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Winshear's CDN $0.25 Per Share Return of Capital and Due Bill Trading Schedule

November 6, 2023

Winshear Gold Corp. (TSXV: WINS) (‘Winshear’, the ‘Company’, or the ‘Claimant’) reports that, further to TSX Venture Exchange policies, the following dates are applicable to the Return of Capital payment to shareholders of CDN $0.25 per common share announced on October 26, 2023:     

RECORD DATE                            Thursday November 23, 2023    
PAYMENT DATE                           Friday December 8, 2023    
DUE BILL PERIOD                        Wednesday November 22, 2023 to Friday December 8, 2023, inclusive    
EX-DISTRIBUTION DATE             December 11, 2023    
DUE BILL REDEMPTION DATE   December 12, 2023    

The CDN $0.25 per common share Return of Capital payment is payable on December 8, 2023 to shareholders of record as of the close of business on November 23, 2023. The common shares of the Company will commence trading on a “due bill” basis effective from the opening on November 22, 2023 until December 8, 2023 inclusively.  Sellers of the shares from November 22, 2023 to and including December 8, 2023 will not be entitled to the distribution. The shares will commence trading on an ex-distribution basis effective at the opening on December 11, 2023.

About Winshear Gold Corp.
Winshear Gold Corp. is a Canadian-based minerals exploration company advancing the Gaban Gold Project in the Puno region of Peru. Gaban is a possible hard-rock source for the modern-day alluvial gold rush underway in the Madre de Dios basin downstream. 

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“Richard D. Williams”
Richard Williams,  CEO 

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