Skyharbour Resources Ltd.
TSX VENTURE : SYH
PINKSHEETS : SYHBF

Skyharbour Resources Ltd.

September 09, 2014 15:29 ET

Skyharbour AGM Held-Six Directors Re-Elected

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwired - Sept. 9, 2014) - Skyharbour Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SYH)(PINKSHEETS:SYHBF) (the "Company") - The Company is pleased to report that all resolutions put forward by management and the Board of Directors at the Annual General Meeting were ratified by the shareholders of the Company, including the re-election of each of Jordan Trimble, James Pettit, Donald C. Huston, Donald G. Myers, Amanda Chow and Richard Kusmirski as Directors of the Company.

About Skyharbour Resources Ltd.:

Skyharbour Resources Ltd. is a uranium exploration company and the operator of the Western Athabasca Syndicate which controls a large, geologically prospective land package consisting of five properties (287,130 hectares or 709,513 acres) in the Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan. $6,000,000 in combined exploration expenditures over the next two years is planned on these properties, $5,000,000 of which is being funded by the three partner companies. Skyharbour also owns a 100% interest in the Way Lake Uranium project on the east side of the Basin which hosts an NI 43-101 compliant inferred resource totaling 7.0 million pounds of U3O8 at 0.03% and 5.3 million pounds of ThO2 at 0.023%. The Company has 57 million shares outstanding with insiders owning over 20% of the outstanding shares. Skyharbour's goal is to maximize shareholder value through new mineral discoveries, committed long-term partnerships, and the advancement of exploration projects in geopolitically favourable jurisdictions.

To find out more about Skyharbour Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:SYH) visit the Company's website at www.skyharbourltd.com.

SKYHARBOUR RESOURCES LTD.

Jordan Trimble, President and CEO

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