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Vancouver, B.C., Canada – December 13, 2019 – Mag One Products Inc. (the “Company” or “MOPI”) is pleased to announce that the Company has recently concluded a Sales Purchase Agreement (“Agreement”) with Dundee Sustainable Technologies (DST) for the re-acquisition of a Tailings Technical Report for the Thetford Mines area.  This agreement was initially announced in June 2017.  The current Agreement contains amended terms and conditions.  Specifically, the Agreement involves the reacquisition by Mag One of DST’s NI 43-101 Technical Report prepared by Systèmes Geostat International Inc. on October 15, 2007 called “Resources Estimation of the Nickel Content in Asbestos Mine Tailings, Thetford Mines, Quebec, Canada” after Mag One gave notice to DST of its interest to re-acquire the report. The Agreement also requires that an additional payment be made to DST within 8 months of the date of the Agreement. The Agreement is available on SEDAR with commercially sensitive information having been redacted.

On behalf of the Board, “Gillian Holcroft”, President & CEO.

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About Mag One

Mag One is a technology, processing & production company. Using its game-changing technology, Mag One aims to be the most environmentally friendly & sustainable producer of magnesium (Mg) metal, ultrapure Mg compounds, by-products and vertically integrated co-products.  For further information or questions respecting the Company kindly contact the Company via email at:  Additional information can be found on the Company’s website at or by viewing the Company’s filings at

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