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Diamonds announces the results of annual general meeting of Shareholders

Diamonds announces the results of annual general meeting of Shareholders


- Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. ("Mountain Province") announces that the nominees listed in the management proxy circular for the annual general meeting of Shareholders ("Annual Meeting") in a management proposal, were elected Below are detailed results of the vote for the election of directors held at the virtual Annual Meeting on September 14, 2021.


VotesFor your vote.

% For a pity of yen.

VotesWithheldheld Vote VotersWithholdheld.

% Withheld a severance of 80%.

Jonathan Comerford

113 817 178 - 119,817.

99,35% of the population.

739 202, a total of 79.939.

0,65% of the population.

Stuart Brown

75 490 073 75,490,073 - 75 45,409 gm.

65,90% of 65.90 percent of the population.

39 066 307, 306.


Dean Kammers is Dean Chambers's homicide.

80 500 129.


34 056 251 people 34,056,251 men's 251.

29.73% of the total.

Ken Robertson

81 269 699 o'clock ed. 82 229 669 yety.

- 70,944%

33 286, 681 people (3,286) 671 people).

29,06% of the 0-60% share.

Brett Desmond and Brett Demond are both in agreement.

114 044, 241 people - 94 443 74.


512 139 people a day.


Karen Goracke

81,918,830 people 91,918.838.

71,51 %

32 637 550 people (3 32 337 687) a.m.

28,49%, 28.43%, 49%.

Tom Peregoodoff

80 602 909 people are 60 and 608 people.


33 953 471 people have a book.

29,64% of the revenue.

Mr. Peregoodoff submitted his resignation on September 8, 2021, after he had already mentioned in the Company's proxy material his nomination for re-election to the Board as a management nominee. His nomination was put forward and he was re-elected to the board. However, his resignation as a director took effect immediately following his room. In the Annual Meeting, Chairman Jonathan Comerford thanked Mr. Peregoodoff for his valuable contributions to the Company on board committees, as well as in the fields of exploration, operations and business development. The Board has started the evaluation process to find a suitable replacement for Mr. Peregoodoff.

At the annual meeting, KPMG LLP was re-appointed as auditor for the Company at a recurring fee, which would be fixed by the directors.

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About the Company

Diamonds in the Mountain Province Diamondings In the Northwest Territories of Canada, De Beers Canada is a 49% participant. The Gahcho Ku joint venture property is made up of several kimberlites actively being developed, developed and explored for future development. The Company also controls 106,202 hectares of highly prospective mineral claims and leases surrounding the Gahcho Ku mine that include an Indicated mineral resource for the Kelvin kimberlite and Inferred mineral resources Kelvin is estimated to contain 13.62 million carats (Mct) in 8.50 million tonnes (mt), at a grade of 1,60 carams/tonne and 63 cents per cara at its Faraday 2 is estimated to contain 5,45Mct in 2.07Mt at a grade of 2.63 carats/tonne and value of 140$/c. Faraday 1-3 is estimated to contain 1,90Mct in 1.87Mt at a grade of 1,04 carats/tonne and value of 75 $US/carat. All resources estimate are made up of a 1mm diamond size cut-off.

For more information on Mountain Province Diamonds, and to receive news updates by email, visit the Company's website at

Qualified Person Quasified.

The report published in this news release shows that scientific and technical information is being reviewed and approved by Matthew MacPhail, P.Eng., MBA, and Tom E. McCandless, Ph.D. P,Ge The Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.

Regarding to future-looking information, please be cautious on the subject of forward-thinking information. The information contained in this news release contains certain forward-looking statements, and forward incurred information, under applicable Canadian and United States securities laws, such as, the business, operations and the condition of Mountain Province Diamonds Inc. Forward-oriented The information contained herein is forward-looking. For example, "anticipates", "may," "can"," "plans",", ("expects,""targets,"intends" or "potential" / any statement that certain circumstances or Forward-looking statements are based on the opinions and estimates of management at the date the statements were made, and are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties and other factors that could make actual results and outcomes to differ materially from those Many of these assumptions are based on factors and events that aren't under the control of Mountain Province and there's no assurance they will prove true.

Efforts of these forward-looking statements include the development of operation hazards which could be incurred if such protocols were adopted to reduce the spread of COVID-19 and any impact of such protocol on Mountain Province's business

These factors are discussed in more detail in the most recent Annual Information Form of Mountain Province, and in recent MD&A filed on SEDAR, which also provide general assumptions in connection with these statements. The Mountain Province cautions that the foregoing list of important factors isn't exhaustive. Investors and others who use forward-looking statements should carefully consider the above factors, their risks and their uncertainties. Mountain Province believes that the expectations reflected in those forward-looking statements are reasonable, but no assurance can be given that these expectations will be true and such forward forwardlooking statement in this news release should not be unduly relied upon. These statements speak only from the date of this news release.

While Mountain Province has tried to identify important factors that could cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially from those described in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors which can cause actions or events not to be anticipated, estimated or There can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove accurate, as actual results and future events can materially differ from those anticipated in such statements. Mountain Province does not undertake any obligation to update forward-looking statements if circumstances or management's estimates or opinions are subject to change, except as required by applicable securities laws. The reader should not rely on forward-looking statements to avoid unnecessary reliance on the reader. In the event that they involve the mineralization that will occur as the property grows, statements regarding mineral reserve and resource estimates may also be considered forward-looking statements. The extent they include estimates of the mineralsization encountered as soon as it becomes possible Mineral resources aren't mineral reserves and are not viable economically.

Mountain Province may also make changes to its business plans that could affect its results. Mountain Province's principal assets are managed under a joint venture under which Mountain province is not the operator. Mountain Province is exposed to any action or omission made by the operator under its prerogative and/or determinations made under the joint venture's terms. Such actions or omissions might affect the future performance of Mountain Province. Mountain Province is subject to certain limitations in its ability to pay dividends on common stock under its current currency and revolving credit facilities. The dividend declaration is at Mountain Province's discretion, and will depend on Mountain province', the financial results, cash requirements, future prospects, or other factors that are considered relevant by the Board.

SOURCE Mountain Province Diamonds Inc.

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