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Montreal, Quebec, Canada – February 10, 2022 – Glen Eagle Resources Inc. (“Glen Eagle”) (TSXV:GER) announces an increase in production capacity from 100 to 150 tons per day by adding a third shift at Cobra Oro gold processing plant in Honduras; a wholly owned subsidiary of the Company.

The increase is in line with the ramp-up operation that started in late summer 2021 under the supervision of Karl Trudeau, COO of Glen Eagle. This increase in throughput is also made possible by onboarding additional ore providers capable of supplying the required tonnage to reach the 150 tpd mark.

Combined with the current ore grade being processed, the Company is confident to generate substantial cash flow from its operations for the coming months.

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For more information, please contact:
Jean Labrecque
Glen Eagle Resources Inc
2075 Victoria Street, Suite 201
St-Lambert, Quebec

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