Sale & Purchase Agreement Terminated

New Westminster, BC: International Millennium Mining Corp. (TSX-V: IMI) (the “Company” or “IMMC”) announces that the Sale and Purchase Agreement dated March 5, 2013 (the “Sale Agreement”) between its wholly-owned subsidiary, International Millennium Mining Inc. (“IMMI”) and Silver Reserve Corp. (“SRC”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of Infrastructure Materials Corp. (OTCBB: IFAM; TSX-V: IFM) has been terminated. The Sale Agreement contemplated the sale of the SRC’s underlying interests in the Nivloc, Nevada Property (the “Nivloc Property Interests”) for US$425,000.

With the termination of the Sale Agreement, the Nivloc Property Interests continue to be governed by the Option and Joint Venture Agreement dated February 25, 2011 (the “Nivloc Agreement”) between SRC and IMMI.

International Millennium Mining Corp. is a mineral exploration and development company, engaged in acquiring known smaller mine deposits, such as its Nivloc, Nevada silver-gold mine project, in the Americas, with the goal of advancing the properties to the mining stage. Emerging targets include silver, gold, copper, zinc and lead. The Company’s common shares trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol: IMI and on the Frankfurt Exchange under the symbol: L9J.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD

John A. Versfelt

John A. Versfelt,
President & CEO

Further information about the Company can be found on the IMMC website (www.immc.ca), on SEDAR (www.sedar.com) or by contacting Ms. Sheri Barton: 403-217-5830 This email address is being protected from spambots. You need JavaScript enabled to view it. or Mr. John Versfelt, President & CEO of the Company at 604-527-8135.

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