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Affinor Appoints A World Leader in Vertical Farming Technology to Become Company Spokesperson, Nominates Nick Brusatore to Executive Advisory Board

MONTREAL, CANADA -- (Marketwired) -- 04/14/14 -- Affinor Resources Inc. (the "Company") (CSE: AFI) is pleased to announce the appointment of Nick Brusatore to it's Advisory Board of Directors.

Nick Brusatore is known globally for being a top designer and leader in vertical farming technology. He was the Chairman of the Applied Research Committee for BCIT for several years and was nominated for the AGRI Award of Excellence for Canada in 2012. Nick was a keynote speaker at the International Conference on Marijuana in New York City and the moderator in San Francisco and regularly sits on discussion panels as an expert in this industry.

Nick is the original designer of Terrasphere Systems started in 2001 and currently the major shareholder and designer of Vertical Designs Ltd started in 2010. Nick brings over 14 years experience in AGRI Designs, plant physiology and the manipulation of metabolic pathways to achieve organic chemistry. No current expert or company compares to Brusatore or his ability. It will be hard to compete with the quality and depth of knowledge to automate, industrialize and drive the marijuana markets in Canada and the USA.

Nick recently worked in the Biotech sector growing transgenic Tobacco for a large pharmaceutical giant as well as transgenic Safflower to create insulin's for medical use along with sitting on the board of Abattis Biocueticals as a director for one year. Nick was instrumental in helping strategize and positioning ATT with his connections to in the public markets and installing COO and CFO for the company's meteoric success.

Under the Affinor agreement, the Company is immediately issuing Nick Brusatore ten million shares to prepare and execute the business model and financial plan required for the full scale, mass production of marijuana for medical purposes. Nick Brusatore will also receive an additional five million shares when the Company is granted it's license for production. With an LP in it's final stages of application, Brusatore will set up the production facility that, subject to regulatory approval, will immediately begin producing the highest quality product using his incredibly low cost efficiency model. The Company has granted one million incentive stock options to Mr. Brusatore to purchase common shares of the company. The options are exercisable on or before April 14, 2019 at an exercise price of $0.25 per share. Affinor has agreed to release a ten percent finder's fee, payable in shares, subject to regulatory approval, to Michael Flowerdew for facilitating the agreement with Nick Brusatore.

Sebastien Plouffe, President & CEO, comments: "We are extremely proud to have concluded our agreement with Nick as we believe he is definitely the best in his field. He will add tremendous credibility and unique knowledge to Affinor in helping us to achieve our goal of becoming the leader in the Medical Marijuana and Industrial Hemp industry. Nick has already shown amazing dedication during his collaboration with Affinor. Nick and his private company Vertical Designs Ltd. bought more than ten percent of Affinor on the open market, which shows a huge commitment and his interest in building Affinor as a leading company. I just want to say thank you to Nick for getting so heavily involved with Affinor. I believe the time is now to do this and with Nick involved, we will achieve our goal for the good of our shareholders!"

About Affinor Resources Inc.

Affinor Resources is a diversified publicly traded company on the Canadian Securities Exchange under the symbol ("AFI"). Affinor is focused on the Medical Marijuana industry within North America. Affinor also has a Mineral Exploration division. Affinor is currently working towards becoming a premier Canadian Medical Marijuana and Industrial Hemp company by consolidating fragmented medical marijuana grower facilities and bringing industry expertise to its advisory board.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors


"Sebastien Plouffe"

President & CEO

The CSE has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release


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Sebastien Plouffe
President & CEO
(514) 947-2272
[email protected]

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Vertical Designs Ltd
Nick Brusatore, CEO
(604) 356-0411
[email protected]

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Max Gagne, President
(514) 913-0351
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