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December 10, 2012
16:36 EDTREERare Element announces drill results from Bear Lodge property
Rare Element Resources is pleased to announce rare earth element assay results from 21 drill holes completed during the ongoing 2012 drilling program at the company's 100% owned Bear Lodge property, located in northeastern Wyoming, USA. The current drilling continues to demonstrate that the Bear Lodge resource is one of the highest grade total rare earth oxide deposits in the world, and now also highlights the significant value of the content of combined Critical Rare Earth Oxides. Dr. Jim Clark, Vice President of Exploration for Rare Element Resources, states "The additional results from our 2012 drilling confirm and expand the quality and continuity of the Bull Hill REE deposit, where the company expects to significantly increase the Measured and Indicated resources in preparation for its upcoming definitive Feasibility Study. At the same time, work continues on the development of an Indicated resource at Whitetail Ridge, which is slated for inclusion in the definitive Feasibility Study. The zones of heavy rare earth element (Eu, Tb, Dy, and Y) enrichment continue to expand at Whitetail Ridge, Carbon, and Taylor. The most recent drill results include some of the thickest intercepts and elevated concentrations yet encountered at Whitetail Ridge, Carbon, and Taylor."
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August 24, 2015
18:01 EDTREERare Element files Canadian preliminary shelf prospectus
Rare Element Resources announced that it has filed a preliminary short form base shelf prospectus with securities regulatory authorities in the provinces of British Columbia, Alberta and Ontario to replace the company's short form base shelf prospectus previously filed in July, 2013. Upon the company filing and receiving a receipt for its final short form base shelf prospectus, from the securities regulatory authorities in the Qualifying Jurisdictions, the company will be able to offer and sell, from time to time in one or more public offerings in the Qualifying Jurisdictions, up to the equivalent of $50M of debt, equity, or other securities of the company during the 25-month period that the Canadian Shelf, including any amendments thereto, remains effective.

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