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Samples From 3 Areas Reported 4-7% Flake Graphite

July 20th, 2015 – Toronto, Ontario – Matica Enterprises Inc. (MMJ – CSE) (39N – Frankfurt) (MQPXF – OTC) (“Matica” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that its wholly owned subsidiary Ravenline Exploration Ltd. (“Ravenline”) has completed systematic field work and prospecting and has evaluated its suite of graphite projects near Reno, Nevada, collectively known as the Grumpy Lizard Project. These initial studies have demonstrated the presence of flake graphite in concentrations up to seven percent in areas controlled by the Company. Polished thin sections as prepared by Wagner Petrographics of Linden, Utah were provided to Larry Garside M.S.Geo. for microscopic examination. Mapping and sampling have confirmed three distinct target zones in the area, all with confirmed presence of flake graphite. Two of the selected target areas lie within 60 km of the Gigafactory battery plant being built in Reno, and the third lies about 180 km away. Other zones have been eliminated as Ravenline further refines its area of future exploration. The Company is very encouraged by these results and will continue to evaluate lands selected for further work based on geological mapping, sampling and petrographic studies conducted by Larry Garside M.S.Geo. Ravenline is planning further exploration including an airborne electromagnetic survey map to outline the key target zones.

Some of these prospects are in the Austin area, near but distinct from sites in which US Bureau of Mines publications have noted the presence of graphite seams. Some are peripheral to a major carbonaceous hornfels complex in which previous work has documented only low grade amorphous graphite but a large volume of carbon-enriched protolith. The key target environments are peripheral to a large, coarse grained granitic complex in carbon-rich bands intercalated with barren more silica-rich beds.  Graphite flake size is closely related to local styles of deformation and proximity to the granitoid contact.  The Ravenline work program has documented the first known flake graphite documented to date in this region. 

Matica Enterprises CEO, Boris Ziger states: “These initial results are very encouraging and confirm that we are in the right area for flake graphite. Matica’s resource subsidiary, Ravenline, hopes to establish itself as a low cost producer and more importantly, a low transportation cost producer in a region that seems destined to become a new hub of high tech manufacturing, with flake graphite as one of its essential raw materials.”

This disclosure and the technical information herein have been prepared by David Bending, M.Sc., P.Geo., a Qualified Person  pursuant to NI 43-101.  Mr. Bending is a Matica shareholder and consultant to the company.

In addition to the Grumpy Lizard project, Ravenline’s Buckingham Graphite project is comprised of 22 claims in Buckingham Township in the Grenville Province in south-western Quebec, a well-known historic graphite producing area. Buckingham and adjacent Lochaber townships have been the scene of much exploration activity with discoveries of large flake graphite. Large flake graphite can be used to produce high value spherical graphite for use in Li-ion batteries like the type used to power electric automobiles.

About Matica Enterprises Inc.

Matica Enterprises currently holds a fifty percent interest in THC Dispensaries, Inc (“THCD”), a Nova Scotia applicant under the Marijuana for Medical Purposes Regulation (“MMPR”). THC Dispensaries has received a “Ready To Build” letter from Health Canada and is awaiting a pre-licence inspection by Health Canada as a requirement for becoming a Licensed Producer under MMPR. This brand new, free standing marijuana growing operation sits on 20 acres of land in the town of Antigonish, NS.  For more information on Matica Enterprises please visit the website at: www.maticaenterprises.com.

 

On behalf of the Board of Directors

MATICA ENTERPRISES INC.

Boris Ziger, CEO & Chairman

 

The Company’s filings are available for review at www.sedar.com and www.thecse.com.

 

For further information, please contact Boris Ziger, Chief Executive Officer, at:

Telephone: 416-304-9935

E-mail: info@maticaenterprises.com

Website: www.maticaenterprises.com

 

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