Public Consultation - May 23, 2017

PUBLIC CONSULTATION: LAMAQUE SOUTH, TRIANGLE DEPOSIT

Integra Gold Corp. would like to invite the population of Val-d’Or to a public consultation meeting regarding the Triangle Deposit of Integra’s Lamaque South project. This session, required by law as part of the application for a mining lease for the Triangle Deposit, will be held on:

May 23, 2017, starting at 7:00 pm

Congress Center - Hotel Forestel

1001, 3rd Avenue East, Val-d’Or

Detailed documentation of the entire project will be made available to the public on the company’s website as of the 21st of April 2017 at 20:00 (https://www.integragold.com/en/). In the meantime, stakeholders may submit their questions or comments for the public meeting before May 21 to the following e-mail address: question.commentaire@integragold.com. Following the public meeting, stakeholders will be able to return written comments by June 22nd to the same address. This consultation is consistent with the provisions of section 101.0.1 of the Mining Act (M-13.1). It should be noted that to date, Integra Gold has completed 4 information-consultation phases concerning the Lamaque South project and that a follow-up committee is in place.

PROJECT DESCRIPTION

The Lamaque South - Triangle Deposit project is currently in the underground exploration phase. This gold project is located approximately 3 km southeast of Val-d’Or in Quebec, Canada. Current surface infrastructure includes various buildings, power and natural gas lines, various pipelines, a portal, and waste/mineralized-material piles. Based on the results of ongoing underground exploration and a bulk sample program in 2017, the Company will make a decision on advancing the project towards a potential production decision. During the underground exploration and bulk sample program, underground work may result in approximately 1,600 tons of mineralized material per day. The mineralized material from the bulk sample will be transported by truck to a local milling complex for processing. Based on the results of the bulk sample and underground work, the Company may advance the projects towards a production decision at which point mineralized material will be transported to and processed at Integra Gold’s Sigma Milling Complex. Based on the 2017 PEA, the proposed mine plan at the Triangle Deposit could produce more than 100,000 ounces of gold per year and create approximately 285 jobs.

Any guidance given in relation to timing of construction and eventual commercial production is subject to the Company being sufficiently satisfied with the results of the bulk sample and underground exploration program which it anticipates completing in the fourth quarter of 2017.