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Bearing Provides Drill Results From Pedro Gold Project, Mexico

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwired) -- 07/03/14 -- Bearing Resources Ltd. ("Bearing", or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE: BRZ) has received the drill results from Newmont de Mexico, S.A. de C.V ("Newmont"), a wholly owned subsidiary of Newmont Mining Corporation, from its recently completed drill program on Bearing's 100% owned Pedro property in Durango Mexico. Newmont terminated the option agreement on Pedro with an effective date of July 11, 2014.

The drill program comprised 11 drill holes totalling 1,744 metres of which two holes (409 metres) were cored and the remaining drilled by reverse circulation. Areas tested included the HP breccia prospect and its northern extension; a distance of some three kilometres. The best results were encountered in hole LP-013-R that returned a core length of 10.5 metres grading 0.51 grams per tonne gold from silicified conglomerate of the Ahuichila Formation. Details of the recent drilling are presented below. Drill intervals reported are hole lengths and true thickness for hole LP-013-R is estimated to be close to the reported core length. Collar locations are presented at the end of this release. Results for all other holes were low to barren.



Table 1: Significant Intersections (Suffix R-
 reverse circulation, D- core)

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                From        To    Length        Au
Hole             (m)       (m)       (m)     (g/T)
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LP-007-R         4.5      16.5     12.00      0.23
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LP-008-R        33.0      37.5      4.50      0.35
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LP-010-R        31.5      37.5      6.00      0.21
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LP-011-D         4.0       9.6      5.55      0.59
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LP-013-R        51.0      61.5     10.50      0.51
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LP-017-R       144.0     201.0     57.00      0.07
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The HP Breccia prospect is defined by a gold soil anomaly (greater than 40 ppb gold) extending over a 1,800 metre x 600 metre area that coincides with exposed silicified conglomerate of the Ahuichila Formation. Drill results from this area (holes 7 through 15) in large part reflect the results from surface sampling. Gold is mostly associated with the Ahuichila conglomerate with no values being present within the underlying Caracol Formation. No source or feeder system for this stratabound gold has been identified. The northern extension of the HP breccia prospect located 2 kilometres to the north is underlain by volcanic rocks and Aurora Formation limestone and was tested by holes 16 and 17. The Aurora Formation is weakly mineralised throughout with hole 17 returning 57 metres averaging 70 ppb gold. The Company will continue to compile all results received from Newmont including surface geochemistry, geophysics and drilling. Additional targets on this large property have yet to be tested and the property remains in good standing.

QA/QC:

Drill samples and analytical data for the Pedro project were collected under the supervision of Newmont, using industry standard quality assurance/quality control protocols. Core holes began as HQ and were terminated as NQ. For reverse circulation drilling dry sampling was used for approx. 75% or more of drill samples. Dry sampling used a standard rotary cyclone capture with all drill cuttings passing through a 1/8th cut Gilson splitter before bagging for assay. Wet sampling methods were used in intervals with excessive ground water. A multi-stage sampling process was used for these samples including: rig-mounted rotary wet splitter making a 1/8th to 1/16th sample split depending on water quantity, sample bags within stainless steel baskets to catch all material and fluid passing through rotary wet splitter, flocculent was added to sample bags during and after sample collection to retain all solid materials. Wet samples were allowed to dry on-site to a semi-solid consistency. Samples were transported to ALS-Chemex's preparation lab in Zacatecas and gold was analyzed by fire assay and AAS from a 30 g nominal sample weight in ALS Chemex's analytical facilities in Vancouver, Canada.



Table 2: Drill Hole Locations (WGS84 Z13) (Suffix R- reverse circulation, D-
 core)

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                                            Elev.                     Length
Area    Hole ID      Area  Easting Northing   (m) Azimuth Inclination    (m)
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Pedro  LP-007-R     Pedro   584814  2854778  1643       0          90  106.5
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Pedro  LP-008-R     Pedro   584759  2854708  1656       0          90  120.0
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Pedro  LP-009-R     Pedro   584672  2854697  1615       0          90   70.5
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Pedro  LP-010-R     Pedro   585007  2854820  1615       0          90  100.5
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Pedro  LP-011-D     Pedro   585126  2854655  1608      60          70  207.4
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Pedro  LP-012-R     Pedro   585093  2854855  1610       0          90  211.5
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Pedro  LP-013-R     Pedro   585183  2854895  1605       0          90  121.5
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Pedro  LP-014-R     Pedro   584795  2854951  1616      30          60  201.0
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Pedro  LP-015-R     Pedro   584904  2855215  1593     210          60  202.5
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Pedro  LP-016-D     Pedro   583400  2857321  1571     215          60  201.3
                    Norte
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Pedro  LP-017-R     Pedro   583558  2857046  1582     230          60  201.0
                    Norte
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Other Matters:

The Company is currently renegotiating its option on the Flume Gold project.

Robert Cameron, P.Geo., President and CEO who is a qualified person within the context of National Instrument 43-101, has read and takes responsibility for this news release.

About Bearing Resources

Bearing is a Canadian based precious and base metal exploration company with projects located in British Columbia, the Yukon and Mexico. In Mexico the Company owns the Pedro epithermal gold project while in British Columbia the Company has discovered a gold-bearing skarn system on its October Dome property. The Company's Mount Polley project is located in near Imperial Metals Corporation's ("Imperial") Mt. Polley copper-gold mine and includes a production royalty on the Boundary property. The Company also holds interests in projects in the Yukon including the Flume Project in the White Gold District.

BEARING RESOURCES LTD.

Robert Cameron, President & CEO

This news release includes certain "forward-looking statements" under applicable Canadian securities legislation. Such forward-looking statements or information, including but not limited to, those with respect to future exploration programs and venture arrangements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties, and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of Bearing to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements or information. Such factors include, among others, the actual prices of commodities, the factual results of current exploration, development and mining activities, changes in project parameters as plans continue to be evaluated, as well as those factors disclosed in documents filed from time to time with the securities regulators in the applicable Provinces of British Columbia and Alberta. Neither 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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