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Kaminak Announces Voting Results of Annual General Meeting

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 05/29/14 -- Kaminak Gold Corporation (TSX VENTURE: KAM) is pleased to announce the voting results of its Annual General Meeting held on May 29, 2014 in Vancouver, British Columbia. Shareholders voted to re-elect the Company's six member Board of Directors (the "Board") as well as to approve its Stock Option Plan and Advance Notice Policy with 40.69% of shares outstanding represented at the meeting.

A summary of voting results relating to the re-election of the Company's Board can be found below.


Name                       Votes "For"     % For  Votes Withheld  % Withheld
Ms. Eira M. Thomas          18,523,928    83.07%       3,775,192      16.93%
Mr. John Robins             18,358,250    82.33%       3,940,870      17.67%
Mr. James Paterson          18,526,853    83.08%       3,772,267      16.92%
Mr. D. Bruce McLeod         18,530,128    83.10%       3,768,992      16.90%
Mr. Richard Hall            22,191,328    99.52%         107,792       0.48%
Mr. Bradley Blacketor       22,175,703    99.15%         123,417       0.85%

In addition, Kaminak shareholders also voted in favour of ratifying and approving:


--  Davidson & Company LLP as the Company's auditors with 42,715,082
    (99.15%) total votes cast "For" and 366,190 (0.85%) total votes
    "Withheld";

--  the Company's rolling stock option plan (the "Option Plan") whereby the
    Company is authorized to grant stock options of up to 10% of its issued
    and outstanding shares, from time to time with 12,865,089 (57.69%) total
    votes cast "For" and 9,434,031 (42.31%) total votes "Against"; and

--  the Advance Notice Policy adopted by the Company on May 31, 2013 with
    16,785,165 (75.27%) total votes cast "For" and 5,513,955 (24.73%) total
    votes "Against".

Kaminak's Board of Directors would like to thank the Company's shareholders for their continued support.

About Kaminak Gold Corporation

Kaminak is exploring the 100% owned Coffee Gold Project, a multi-million ounce, high-grade oxide gold district that is amenable to heap leaching and located in the Yukon Territory, Canada. Since making the initial discovery in 2010, the company has spent $65 million and drilled over 185,000 metres resulting in 16 separate and distinct discoveries and a NI 43-101 Mineral Resource Estimate consisting of an Indicated Resource of 14 million tonnes grading at 1.56g/t Au for 719,000 ounces and an Inferred Resource of 79 million tonnes grading at 1.36g/t Au for 3,434,000 ounces of gold at a base case cut-off of 0.5g/t Au for Oxide and Transitional material and a 1g/t Au cut-off for Sulphide material. 2014 will be another benchmark year for the company as it delivers its first Preliminary Economic Assessment at Coffee and embarks on another aggressive drill campaign.

On behalf of the Board of Directors of Kaminak

Eira Thomas, President and CEO

Kaminak Gold Corporation

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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