Nicola Mining Announces Results Of Reverse Circulation Drilling On 3060-Craigmont Portal Wastepiles

TSX.V: NIM NEWS RELEASE VANCOUVER, B.C. September 26, 2017 – Nicola Mining Inc. (the “Company”) is pleased to announce the results of a Reverse Circulation drill program (“RC Program”). The program was designed to evaluate the copper grade and volume of historical material excavated from underground workings of the Craigmont Mine, located near Merritt, British Columbia. The material is located adjacent to the 3060-Portal (figure 1). Results of the RC Program confirm significant copper mineralization in the material sampled by drilling. A RC drill rig operated by Boart Longyear Ltd. was mobilized to site on July 24 and drilling continued until August 1, 2017. The program was temporarily suspended due to poor air quality resulting from forest fire smoke, which affected the BC Interior this year. The material tested accounted for approximately 65% of the area occupied by the excavated material. Assay results from the drill program are summarized in Table 1. Highlights of the results are: An average grade of 2391 ppm Cu (0.24% Cu) for the first 9 metres of the 29 drill holes. An average grade of 10,322 ppm Cu (1.03% Cu) in Hole P-34 and an average grade of 8632 ppm Cu (0.86% Cu) in Hole P-72. Table 1. Composite of RC Drill Hole Results Hole From To Length Cu_ppm Cu_%   Hole From To length Cu_ppm Cu_% P-22 3 8 5 2713.2 0.271 P-25 1 4 3 1830.0 0.183 P-17 4 8 4 2279.5 0.228 P-25 and 6 9 3 3306.7 0.331 P-24 6 9 3 2003.3 0.200 P-27 0 7 7 3625.7 0.363 P-26 0 7 7 2275.7 0.228 P-31 0 6 6...

Nicola Mining Inc. Enters Into Thirty-Year Ash Disposal Contract

TSX.V: NIM NEWS RELEASE VANCOUVER, B.C. September 18, 2017 – Nicola Mining Inc. (the “Company”) is pleased to announce that it has entered into thirty-year ash management contract (the “Agreement”) with Merritt Operations Services Limited Partnership (“MOSLP”). MOSLP is a partnership backed by a global leader in optimized resource management, focused on supplying the Thompson Nicola Region clean electrical power by operating a sustainable 40-megawatt, biomass-fired power plant energy power plant, located in the city of Merritt, British Columbia.   Nicola Mining Inc. is a junior mining focused on exploration of its wholly-owned New Craigmont copper project and operating its Merritt Mill, which is capable of processing both gold and silver mill feed.   The Company also prides itself on being an environmental conscious miner that values shareholder value, as well as the environment. Under the 30 year Agreement the Company will accept up to 7500 dry tons of ash generated from burning renewable wood, which includes scrap wood from regional lumber mills, for a fee that includes price escalation clauses. The Company will also receive an additional fee for any additional tonnage. The Company plans to place the ash, which will be blended with sand and plant seeds, onto the sandy tailings area to allow growth of vegetation native to the region. The seeding and irrigation from onsite ground wells is expected to facilitate plant growth and mitigate dust. Peter Espig, Chief Executive Officer of the Company, commented, “We are very excited to enter into an agreement with MOSLP, a partnership involving a global leader in renewable energy solutions. We are also excited to enter into a long-term contract that...