Myriad Enters into Consulting Services Agreement

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Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – July 5, 2024) – Myriad Uranium Corp. (CSE: M) (OTCQB: MYRUF) (FSE: C3Q) (“Myriad” or the “Company“) is pleased to announce that it has entered into a consulting services agreement dated as of June 27, 2024 with Walk the Street Capital Inc. (“WTS Capital”), pursuant to which WTS Capital will provide media content strategy, creation, and dissemination services.

Myriad’s CEO Thomas Lamb commented: “The Copper Mountain Uranium Project, which saw massive exploration spend by Union Pacific during the 1970s, has the potential to be one of Wyoming’s largest uranium projects. Now that Myriad has the strategic investors it needs to help propel the Company and a significant exploration program is planned, it’s time to communicate the Company’s exciting potential. WTS has developed a strong plan to help us do that. We look forward to working with them.”

The initial term of the agreement is for 60 days starting on July 1, 2024, and may be renewed with the mutual written agreement of the parties. During the initial term, WTS Capital will be paid $74,500 for the services to be provided. WTS Capital is arm’s length to Myriad, and to Myriad’s knowledge, except for 60,000 Myriad common share purchase warrants exercisable at $0.30 which are held by a principal of WTS, WTS Capital and its principals do not own any Myriad securities. WTS Capital can be contacted at 405 Ridge Rd N, Ridgeway, Ontario L0S 1N0; Tel: (905) 321-1470;

About Myriad Uranium Corp.

Myriad Uranium Corp. is a uranium exploration company with an earnable 75% interest in the Copper Mountain Uranium Project in Wyoming, USA. Copper Mountain hosts several known uranium deposits and historic uranium mines, including the Arrowhead Mine which produced 500,000 lbs of eU3O8. Copper Mountain saw extensive drilling and development by Union Pacific, which developed a mine plan and built a leach pad for one of the deposits at Copper Mountain. Operations ceased in 1980 before mining could commence due to falling uranium prices. Approximately 2,000 boreholes have been drilled at Copper Mountain and the project area has significant exploration upside. Union Pacific is estimated to have spent C$117 million (2024 dollars) exploring and developing Copper Mountain, generating significant historical resource estimates which are detailed here. The Company’s presentation can be viewed here.

Myriad also has a 50% interest in the Millen Mountain Property in Nova Scotia, Canada, with the other 50% held by Probe Metals Inc., and an 80% interest in uranium exploration licences in Niger. For further information, please refer to Myriad’s disclosure record on SEDAR+ (, contact Myriad by telephone at +1.604.418.2877, or refer to Myriad’s website at

Myriad Contacts:
Thomas Lamb
President and CEO

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