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Bralorne Reports Higher Gold Output For March 2014 And Outlines New Mining Block Averaging 12 G/T Gold

Vancouver, B.C. – Bralorne Gold Mines Ltd. (TSX-V: BPM; OTCQX: BPMSF, FSE: GV7) (the “Company”) is pleased to report another month of increased gold output at the Company’s 100% owned Bralorne Gold Mine located near Gold Bridge, British Columbia, Canada. During March 2014, 2,755 tonnes of material was processed through the Company’s 100 ton-per-day mill at an average grade of 9.7 g/t for total gold output of 758.7 ounces. This represents a 41% increase compared to February 2014. In addition, underground development work outlined a new potential mining block with a strike length of 68 metres averaging 12 g/t gold.

Dr. Mathew Ball, President and Chief Operating Officer, stated: “We are very pleased with the significant increase in gold output seen in March, which was the result of higher grade material in the areas being mined. This increased productivity supports our intention to double current mill capacity with the goal of reaching commercial production. We are also pleased to see continued exploration upside in the BK-3 zone, where the new mining block appears to be open to the west.”

Milling Results for March 2014

For the month of March 2014, the company operated 31 days and processed a total of 2,755 tonnes of material grading 9.7 g/t Au. Gold output totaled 758.7 ounces, including 379.9 ounces of gravity recovered gold and 378.8 ounces of gold contained in flotation concentrate. Mill throughput averaged 90 metric tonnes per day operated and gold recovery was 89%. March production was significantly higher than February as a result of higher grade material in the areas being mined (see table below).

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