KINCORA COPPER - FORMER PRESIDENT & CEO OF OYU TOLGOI CAMERON MCRAE APPOINTED TO ADVISORY BOARD

Vancouver, BC – February 27th, 2014 – Kincora Copper Limited (the “Company”, “Kincora”) (TSXV:KCC) is pleased to announced the appointment of Mr. Cameron McRae to Kincora’s Advisory Board.

Mr. McRae was most recently President and Chief Executive Officer of Oyu Tolgoi, Rio Tinto’s Country Director for Mongolia, and has over thirty years of mining industry experience. He has broad experience across multiple mineral sectors, held three CEO positions of operating mining companies, led successful M&A projects and was involved in the landmark merger of RTZ plc and CRA Ltd that created the Rio Tinto Group. In his last role Mr. McRae oversaw over US$6 billion investment and the successful commencement of commercial production from Oyu Tolgoi, a world-class copper porphyry deposit.  Mr. McRae was responsible for all aspects of the project including safety, strategy, operations and growth initiatives.

Mr. McRae will assist management and the Board of Kincora with stakeholder relations (including Government, industry, community, and social groups), discussions with investors (including potential strategic groups), and provide general advice (including continued exploration, potential development and M&A activities), as the Company looks to advance activities at its wholly owned Bronze Fox copper porphyry project.

Kincora recently announced some highly encouraging results from one of the most active copper exploration programmes in Mongolia during 2013. Bronze Fox is one of the most advanced, prospective and youngest exploration licenses in the South Gobi copper porphyry belt, located approximately 140km along the Oyu Tolgoi mineralisation trend and 40km from Tsagaan Suvarga.

Mr. McRae who remains based in Mongolia, has today been appointed Executive Chairman to SkyPath Partners LLC, an advisory, strategic consulting and principal investment firm based in Ulaanbaatar. Mr. McRae will be a foundation director of a new Mongolia institute liaising with the business associations and the Government of Mongolia in the development of the nations business environment and policy.

Commenting on today's announcement, Sam Spring, President and CEO of Kincora, said:

"We are very excited to have Cameron join us and being able to benefit from his extensive experience, relationships and networks in the industry, particularly those built overseeing Oyu Tolgoi, the largest single mining investment project in northeast Asia, and in his recently appointed positions.  We believe Cameron will complement our existing teams skill set, in-country networks and proactively add-value as we look to advance our Bronze Fox copper project.

Cameron McRae commented:

"Kincora’s team and activities provides a unique opportunity and natural fit for me. I am enthusiastic to be assisting in the continued advancement of the Company’s activities in Mongolia and copper prospects in the South Gobi region. Bronze Fox is possibly the most advanced and prospective exploration project in that region with a strong existing team in place.”

The Company will grant to Mr. McRae, in accordance with the Company’s stock option plan and ensuring a portion of compensation is consistent with Kincora’s long-term success, options to purchase up to an aggregate of 725,000 common shares exercisable on or before February 27th, 2018 at a price of $0.105 per share.
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