Amarc Message From the CEO: September 2022

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Amarc Message From the CEO: September 2022

by ahnationtalk on September 22, 202215 Views

Proactive Commitment to the Global Energy Transition Responsible Mineral Development in British Columbia

September 22, 2022, Vancouver, BC – Amarc Resources Ltd. (“Amarc” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: AHR; OTCQB: AXREF) is pleased to provide a message from its President and CEO, Dr. Diane Nicolson.

“2022 is proving to be a transformative year for Amarc as we work to develop our unique portfolio of high value copper-gold districts in British Columbia, a premier global mining jurisdiction and the heartland for copper production in Canada,” said Nicolson.

“Amarc’s expansive, 100%-owned JOY, DUKE and IKE Districts have been diligently assembled and advanced over a period of years, with each now hosting one or more known porphyry copper deposits and a pipeline of high-potential deposit targets. Perhaps more importantly, these Districts host the type of copper mineralization that major producers seek, with potential for low-cost, bulk tonnage, long-life production.”

“Amarc already has one major mining partner committed to funding non-dilutive exploration at JOY, and we will continue to be both highly selective and strategic with the partnerships we seek for our remaining portfolio of assets in order to maximize value for investors.”

While battery metals, rare earth elements and other high-demand ‘critical minerals’ have commanded news headlines in recent years, Nicolson argues that copper will be the lynch-pin commodity that ultimately determines whether Canada, the United States and countries around the world achieve their ‘net-zero by 2050’ carbon emission goal. For many reasons – including cost, conductivity, ductility and durability – copper is a fundamental and irreplaceable material for electrification and renewable energy applications.

S&P Global1 recently forecast that worldwide demand for copper will grow from 25 million metric tons (MMt) in 2021 to 50 MMt by 2035, a record-high level that will continue to rise to 53 MMt by 2050. Supply shortfalls are predicted to begin in 2025 and persist through the following decade, with the copper supply gap expected to reach an unprecedented 9.9 MMt by 2035.

“With long-term copper supply and demand dynamics like that, I can assure you there’s never been a more exciting or relevant time to be involved in copper exploration in Canada,” Nicolson said, noting the Amarc team has contributed to the discovery and development of multiple copper and copper/gold deposits in recent decades many of which have been, are being or remain be mined.

“Not only are we confident in the quality of our assets and the experience of our team and partners, we’re motivated by the opportunity to contribute to the global effort to achieve ‘net-zero by 2050’ through the responsible development of high value copper deposits right here in British Columbia. Amarc looks forward to sharing our stream of development news in the months and years ahead with both shareholders and new investors.”

1 https://ihsmarkit.com/Info/0722/futureofcopper.html

Qualified Person as Defined Under National Instrument 43-101

Dr. Roy Greig, P.Geo., a Qualified Person as defined under National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical content in this release.

For further details on Amarc Resources Ltd., please visit the Company’s website at www.amarcresources.com or contact Dr. Diane Nicolson, President and CEO, at (604) 684-6365 or within North America at 1-800-667-2114, or Kin Communications, at (604) 684-6730, Email: [email protected]

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF AMARC RESOURCES LTD.

Dr. Diane Nicolson
President and CEO

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