2017 News Releases

Sudbury, Ontario, November 8, 2017,Northern Superior Resources Inc. (“Northern Superior” or the “Company”) (TSXV: SUP) (OTCQB: NSUPF), is pleased to announce that it has completed evaluation of all geoscientific data derived from the Big Dam area, Ti-pa-haa-kaa-ning (TPK) gold/ silver/ copper property, north-central Ontario. This exercise was critical in defining five high priority gold and silver mineral target areas (see Figure 1). All targets are associated with a large, district scale gold system that strikes at least 35km east to west across the Big Dam and New Growth parts of the TPK property (see Northern Superior press release, December 6, 2011). Thousands of gold grains (most pristine- indicating relative proximity to source) were glacially transported from the surface of the bedrock forming a geologically unique and very large gold grain-in-till dispersal apron (minimum 6km wide, 11km long; see Northern Superior press release, June 21, 2010). Embedded within this apron are several highly anomalous gold and silver-bearing boulder dispersal trains indicating multiple gold and silver targets (see Northern Superior press release, October 18, 2017).

Observations Critical in Defining High Priority Mineral Targets:

  1. identifying and properly measuring the orientation of mineralized shear zones previously undetected within historic drill core;
  2. identifying and establishing the orientation of key structures from the Company’s proprietary airborne magnetic and ground induced polarization surveys;
  3. tying the observations derived from (a) and (b) to the distribution and concentration of pristine gold grains in the gold grain-in-till dispersal apron;
  4. incorporating the gold and silver-bearing boulder dispersal trains into the targeting; and
  5. applying the Company’s general knowledge of gold emplacement mechanisms derived from observations of several gold discoveries already made within this area of the property (Table 1).

A diamond drill program of approximately 12,000m of drilling, or 40 holes (average length 300m), is proposed to test specific gold and silver targets and evaluate past discoveries within these five high priority areas. Northern Superior intends to initially drill Target Area #2, as it is the most prospective of all the targets. Drill priorities may change during the course of the drilling program, pending results.

Figure 1. Distribution of areas associated with high priority gold and silver targets, Big Dam area, TPK.


Press Release Title

Highlighted Discoveries

June 8

Rainy River Resources and Northern Superior Resources Announce Completion of 2012 Drill Program at the Ti-Pa-Haa-Kaa-Ning ("TPK") Project

TPK-12-030: 59.60g/t Au; 92.3g/t Ag; 3.19% Cu; 0.5m
TPK-12-034: 16.15g/t Au; 1.5m
TPK-12-040: 7.85g/t Au; 0.8m
TPK-12-043: 8.85g/t Au; 1.0m

December 6

Northern Superior Resources Inc. Defines the Extension of the Ti-Pa-Haa-Kaa-Ning (TPK) Gold- Bearing Shear Zone onto the New Growth Property, Northwestern Ontario

Defined extension of the gold- bearing shear zone from 6km to 35km east- west across the Big Dam and New Growth areas of the TPK property

April 13

Rainy River and Northern Superior Announce Initial Assays and the Completion of Diamond Drilling at the Ti-Pa-Haa-Kaa-Ning ("TPK") Project

TPK-11-013: 4.74g/t Au, 6.84m
TPK-11-013: 15.52g/t Au;1.50m
TPK-11-013: 33.90g/t Au; 0.5m
TPK-11-014: 3.63g/t Au; 0.8m
TPK-11-015: 10.15g/t Au; 0.4m
TPK-11-015: 3.11g/t Au; 1.74m

February 4

Rainy River and Northern Superior Announce Final Phase I Results and Commencement of Winter Drilling at The Ti-Pa-Haa-Kaa-Ning ("TPK") Project

TPK-10-009: 6.9g/t Au; 0.8m
TPK-10-010: 1.8g/t Au; 2.5m
Incl: 5.1g/t Au; 0.5m
TPK-10-011: 1.0g/t Au; 2.4m
TPK-10-011: 1.5g/t Au, 1.5m
TPK-10-011: 1.6g/t Au, 1.4m

December 13

Rainy River and Northern Superior Discover Gold at Ti-Pa-Haa-Kaa-Ning (TPK) Project 25.9 g/t Au Over 13.5m in TPK-10-004

TPK-10-004: 25.9g/t Au, 13.5m
Incl: 46.0g/t Au; 0.5m
Incl: 139.4g/tAu; 1.7m
Incl: 749.0g/t Au; 0.3m
Incl: 127.0g/t Au; 0.7m
TPK-10-005: 3.8g/t Au; 1.2m

January 6

Northern Superior Discovers New Gold Showing, Gold- Bearing Ductile Shear Zones at Ti-Pa-Haa-Kaa-Ning Gold Project

Grab Sample: 3.34g/t Au
Grab Sample: 8.9g/t Au

August 6

Northern Superior Resources Inc. Provides Update on Ti-Pa-Haa-Kaa-Ning Gold Property

CAN08-021: 1.03g/t Au; 0.5m
CAN08-027: 3.44g/t Au; 0.37m
CAN08-028: 1.105g/t Au; 1.5m
CAN08-030: 3.34g/t Au: 0.5m
CAN08-030: 1.05g/t Au; 1.5m
CAN08-031: 1.335g/t Au; 0.48m

January 21

Northern Superior Reports Historical and Current Gold Assay Results from The Ti-Pa-Haa-Kaa-Ning (Canopener) Project, Northwestern Ontario

Grab Sample: 9.57g/t Au
Grab Sample: 154.1g/t Au
Channel Sample: 42.24g/t Au; 1.27m
Historical DDH: 3.17g/t Au; 1.3m
Historical DDH: 2.25g/t Au; 1.5m
Historical DDH: 3.36g/t Au; 2.59m

Table 1. Summary of press releases highlighting key previous discoveries at the TPK property.

Note:These early discoveries were essential in progressing the exploration program within the Big Dam area to current status: highly prospective drill targets have been identified and are ready to drill.

Dr. T.F. Morris, President and CEO of Northern Superior states: Through the re-evaluation and integration of several layers of geoscientific data, five highly prospective areas (of many), within which gold and silver mineral targets are defined, will be drilled in the upcoming diamond drill program. These areas offer an exceptional opportunity to unlock the gold and silver potential of the Big Dam part of the TPK property. Additionally, Northern Superior looks forward to releasing further information on the highly prospective gold, silver, copper targets in the Annex portion of the TPK property when it becomes available (see Northern Superior press release, October 11, 2017).

About Northern Superior Resources Inc.
Northern Superior is a reporting issuer in British Columbia, Alberta, Ontario and Québec, and trades on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol SUP, and the OTCQB Venture Market under the symbol NSUPF. The Company is currently focused on exploring its 100% owned Croteau Est (Québec) and Ti-pa-haa-kaa-ning (north-central Ontario) properties. Northern Superior is currently looking to option out its other 100% owned mineral properties in Québec and north- central Ontario.

Qualified Person
The Company’s Qualified Person (“QP”) for the TPK property is Ron Avery (P.Geo.). As the QP for the TPK Project, Mr. Avery has approved information disclosed in this press release.

For further information please visit the Company’s website at www.nsuperior.com or contact:

Thomas F. Morris P.Geo., PhD., FGAC
President and CEO
Tel: (705) 525 ‐0992
Fax: (705) 525 ‐7701
e-mail: info@nsuperior.com

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements
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