IMMC Delayed in Filing 2014 Audited Financial Statements

May 1, 2015 – International Millennium Mining Corp. (TSX-V: IMI) (the “Company” or “IMMC”) announces that the Company was not able to file its annual audited financial statements, management’s discussion and analysis and CEO and CFO certificates (collectively, the “Audited Financial Statements”) on April 30, 2015, as prescribed by National Instrument 51-102 - Continuous Disclosure Obligations. The Company anticipates the filing of its Audited Financial Statements on or before May 22, 2015.

The securities regulatory authorities in the provinces of British Columbia and Alberta, where the Company is a reporting issuer, may issue cease trade orders against the Company for failure to file the Audited Financial Statements within the prescribed time period.

The Company confirms that there are no insolvency proceedings against it as at the date of this news release. The Company further confirms that there is no other material information concerning the affairs of the Company that has not been generally disclosed as at the date hereof.

International Millennium Mining Corp. (TSX-V: IMI) 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. Further information about the Company can be found on the IMMC website (, on SEDAR ( or by contacting Mr. Versfelt, President & CEO of the Company at 604-527-8135.


John A. Versfelt

John A. Versfelt,
President & CEO

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