Cornerstone Reports on Annual General Meeting and Resignation of Director

December 5, 2013 – Vancouver, British Columbia – Cornerstone Metals Inc. (TSX-V: CCC) (“Cornerstone” or the “Company”) held its Annual General and Special Meeting of Shareholders (the “AGM”) on December 2, 2013, at which the following directors were re-elected for the ensuing year – Paul Cowley, Jason Nickel, Courtney Shearer, and Fred Sveinson.

Following the AGM, the board of directors appointed Paul Cowley as President and Chief Executive Officer and re-appointed Rob McMorran as Chief Financial Officer of the Company for the ensuing year.

Subsequently, on December 4, 2013, Courtney Shearer tendered his resignation from the board of directors, due to other commitments.   The board would like to extend its appreciation to Mr. Shearer for his service to the Company.

About Cornerstone Metals Inc.

Cornerstone’s objective is to stage copper and precious metals properties to production in the Americas. The core competence of the Company’s Management and Board is in the exploration, permitting, development, construction and operation of mining projects. Cornerstone recently acquired four large scale copper projects in the prolific copper district in SW USA. Three projects have potential as large footprint, copper oxide deposits. The fourth has potential for a large-scale, copper-rich VMS deposit.

On Behalf of Cornerstone Metals Inc.

“Paul Cowley”

President and CEO

For further information, please contact:

Paul Cowley

Tel: 604-340-7711

Email: pcowley@cornerstonemetals.ca

Website: www.cornerstonemetals.ca

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