Dear investor:

Larry Phillips, President, and CEO of Compass Gold Corp., is pleased to invite you to join him and our Technical Director, Dr. Sandy Archibald, for a conference call so that they can answer your questions and provide you with a brief update on the Company’s progress and exciting plans for launching the first ever bedrock drilling program on our Sikasso Properties in Southern Mali.

Anyone interested in joining one of the calls is invited to call the appropriate number below, (or refer to these International Dial in numbers) at any of the following times: 9:00 a.m. Eastern Time (Toronto) Monday, Nov 19th  / 9:00 a.m. ET Tuesday, Nov 20th / or 7:30 p.m. ET Tuesday Nov 20th


Australia, Sydney : +1 61 (0) 2 8017 6391

Australia, Melbourne : +1 61 (0) 3 8687 0614

Australia, Brisbane : +1 61 (0) 7 3015 0608

Australia (toll free) : 1 800 720 493

Toronto Local: 416-915-3615

USA /Canada (toll free) 1-855-747-8824

USA 1-605-475-5618

Participant passcode is: 863201

Please let me know if you plan to join us at a particular time, so that I can have an idea of numbers. If you have any other questions, don’t hesitate to contact me.

Kind regards,

Greg W. Taylor

Director – Investor Relations & Corporate Communications

Compass Gold Corp.



President’s Letter to Shareholders

This is a very exciting time for Compass Gold as we are on the verge of commencing the first ever bedrock drilling on four of the 14 bedrock drilling targets identified during Phase 1 of our 2018 Exploration Campaign in Southern Mali. We have waited patiently for an exceptionally heavy rainy season to come to an end. (Here is a link to a recent drone video tour of the site, which shows the residual rain water.

Our team is currently in the field, preparing the drill pads and double-checking the exact locations where the first drill holes will each penetrate up to roughly 100 metres into the bedrock layer below. Each of the first four targets will be examined with 10-15 drill holes for a total cost of roughly $1 million.

Presidents Letter to Shareholders

President’s Letter to Shareholders

Since my last letter we have been reporting on the extensive soil sample and auger drilling results spanning the nearly 1200 sq. km of our Sikasso property in Southern Mali. Tens of thousands of soil samples and thousands of metres of auger drilling have now been completed, analysed and cross referenced by our technical team, using a variety of geological tools, data and independent studies. The exciting result is that we are now ready to commence a focused bedrock drilling program on numerous, high priority targets. By the end of our first year, we will have completed the first bedrock drilling ever performed on the Sikasso Property. This work will begin after the rainy season ends in the coming weeks and once the ground has dried out enough to enable our team and contractors to safely access the first priority target areas on our Ouassada permit.

For those not familiar with the weather conditions to which I am referring, the Sikasso Property is located on the southern edge of the Sahel, or sub-Saharan belt, and is characterized by a subtropical to hot climate with dry and wet seasons. Normally, the rainy season extends from May to October, with an average rainfall of 800-1000 mm, followed by six-months of hot dry conditions. (See the graph and photos below.) Although some limited exploration activity can be conducted year-round, many roads and streams are dangerous or simply impassable during the wet season, and also for some weeks after the rains cease. By all accounts, this latest rainy season has been one of the wettest in the last ten years.

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President’s Letter to Shareholders

Yesterday we released our latest exploration results from our Sikasso Property in Southern Mali. (The full press release can be found here:‐survey‐identifies‐four‐additional‐strong‐shallow‐gold‐anomalies/ )

The work by our exploration team over these past three months has been outstanding. Through extensive soil sampling, they have already identified at least nine large, near-surface gold anomalies ranging in length from 2km to 12 km. It is remarkable that every target zone we have worked on so far has produced significant anomalies.

Our team has also completed more than 27,000 metres of auger drilling below the 12km long anomaly at Ouassada. We expect to receive the assays from that drilling, which reaches to depths of 20 metres, later this month. We are very interested to see those results as they will guide our plans for deeper bedrock drilling starting about mid-year.

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President’s Letter to Shareholders

As your new President and CEO of Compass Gold Corp., I would first like to thank the many individuals who have made this exciting “relaunch” of our company possible. The strong support of our shareholders, the sound guidance of our advisors and the diligent efforts of our management team and directors have all combined to bring us to where we are today; ready to return to Mali and roll out an aggressive gold exploration program on our highly prospective Sikasso properties.

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