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TerraX earns 100% interest in Stewart gold-copper property in Newfoundland; winter drill program planned to test high-grade epithermal mineralization at Forty Creek showing and possible core of porphyry system at Camp Pond, SW of Stewart showing

November 15, 2012

Frankfurt: TX0

VANCOUVER, Nov. 15, 2012 /PRNewswire/ – TerraX Minerals Inc. (TSX.V: TXR; Frankfurt: TX0) has now completed its work obligations and, as a result, has made the
final payment due under its option agreement whereby it can acquire a
100% interest in the Stewart gold-copper property in Newfoundland,
subject to a 2% NSR and the issuance of a further 175,000 shares by
April 2014.  TerraX intends to follow up on the positive exploration
results from this summer’s field work by diamond drilling newly defined
targets at the main Stewart porphyry target and at the high grade Forty
Creek epithermal Au-Ag showing.

The Stewart target consists of a large (6 km x 1.4 km) porphyry style
alteration zone (Stewart Porphyry Target) defined by surface mapping,
trenching, channel sampling, Titan IP surveying and drilling. At Forty
Creek, 2 km to the northeast of the Stewart alteration zone, epithermal
Au-Ag mineralization has been identified by prospecting and sampling;
grab samples included 59 g/t Au and 2,290 g/t Ag recovered in 2010, with a sample this summer returning values of 48.8 g/t Ag and 1,990 g/t Ag.


Soil and lake sediment sampling in 2012 at the Stewart porphyry target
extended the multi-element anomaly (Au-Cu-Mo) to the southwest under
the Camp Pond.  This area is 1.5 km southwest of previous drilling
conducted by TerraX in 2011 (ST11-01 with 111m @ 0.11 g/t Au, 0.05%
Cu). The soil and lake sediment sampling combined with other geological
and geophysical work have all strongly suggested that the Stewart
porphyry alteration zone continues to the southwest under this lake
(see maps on our web site at www.terraxminerals.com).  As a result of this work, TerraX feels that the core of the Au-Cu
porphyry system at Stewart may be under Camp Pond, which has its
eastern shore 250 meters southwest of the original Stewart showing.
TerraX intends to drill up to 1,200 meters under Camp Pond to test this
interpreted extension to the porphyry mineralization.


Mechanical stripping/trenching completed on the Forty Creek high grade
epithermal system this summer conclusively confirms that the original
high grade angular boulders discovered in 2010 are virtually in place,
with the trenches exposing in-situ, sub-parallel quartz veins similar
in appearance to the boulders and providing strike and dip orientation
to guide future drilling on these veins. As well, numerous other
angular boulders of mineralized quartz were noted in the vicinity.  A
map showing sample locations at Forty Creek is available on our web
site at www.terraxminerals.com.  It is now thought that a series of en echelon quartz veins is present
at Forty Creek with grades as high as 59 g/t Au and 2,290 g/t Ag and 48.8 g/t Ag and 1,990 g/t Ag reported in grab samples. TerraX’s drill plan at Forty Creek calls for a
series of shallow holes crossing the vein structures and totalling
approximately 600-800 meters of drilling.

The Stewart property is comprised of 242 claims totaling 60.5 sq. km,
located 30 km north-northeast of the town of Marystown on the Burin
Peninsula, which is part of the Avalon Terrane. The Avalon Terrane
hosts several epithermal/porphyry gold-copper deposits, including the
past-producing Hope Brook deposit in Newfoundland.

TerraX Minerals Inc. is also one of the major landholders of prospective ground in the
burgeoning Marmion Batholith gold district near Atikokan, Ontario, host
to Osisko Mining Corporation’s (TSX: OSK) Hammond Reef gold deposit
which contains a National Instrument 43-101-compliant global inferred
resource of 530.6 million tonnes at 0.62 grams per tonne Au (10.52
million ounces gold). The Osisko Technical Report on this project is
available on SEDAR. TerraX is actively exploring three wholly-owned
gold exploration projects, the Sunbeam-Pettigrew, Central Canada and
Blackfly properties, all of which are located within 20 km of the town
of Atikokan, 180 km west of Thunder Bay, and are within 19 km of the
Hammond Reef gold deposit.

The technical information contained in this news release has been
verified by Dr. Tom Setterfield, P.Geo., who is a Qualified Person as
defined in “National Instrument 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for
Mineral Properties.”

On behalf of the Board of Directors

Joseph Campbell, P.Geo

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actual events to differ materially from current expectation. Important
factors – including the availability of funds, the results of financing
efforts, and the results of exploration activities – that could cause
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forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information,
future events or otherwise.

SOURCE TerraX Minerals Inc.

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