Serengeti Expands Potential of South Zone at Kwanika

Serengeti Resources reports the additional results from this summer’s exploration program at the Company’s Kwanika property in British Columbia.

Two new mineralized intercepts from drilling on the South Zone indicate that the South Zone extends to considerably greater depth than has been previously noted. The drilling has also shown that the South Zone, which abuts against a fault on the west side, the “West Fault”, is open to the south and east as well as to depth. More drilling is underway to expand the South Zone.

The results include a deep intercept grading 0.43% copper, 0.02 g/t gold, 2.0 g/t silver and 0.049% molybdenum (0.80% copper equivalent) over 65.5 meters in hole K-136 and in hole K-124, 0.36% copper, 0.01 g/t gold, 1.4 g/t silver and 0.007% molybdenum (0.43% copper equivalent) over 58 meters. The intercept from hole K-124 is additional to the previously reported 242.5 metres of mineralization.

Drill Holes K-09-124, K-09-129 to K-09-137 Significant Analytical Results

Hole

From (m)

To (m)

Interval (m)

Copper %

Gold g/t

Silver g/t

Mo %

Copper Equiv. %*

Gold Equiv. g/t*

Zone

Orientation (dip/azimuth)

K-124

259.5

622.0

362.5

0.35

0.04

1.7

0.014

0.49

0.84

South

Vertical

Incl. 259.5**

502.0

242.5

0.41

0.05

2.1

0.018

0.58

1.00

And 564.0

622.0

58.0

0.36

0.01

1.4

0.007

0.43

0.73

K-136

412.0

440.0

28.0

0.09

0.00

0.6

0.008

0.15

0.26

South

-65º / 90º

502.0

677.5

175.5

0.26

0.01

1.1

0.024

0.44

0.76

Incl. 524.0

589.5

65.5

0.43

0.02

2.0

0.049

0.80

1.37

And Incl. 660.0

677.5

17.5

0.33

0.01

0.8

0.003

0.36

0.63

K-130

80.0

82.0

2.0

0.17

0.22

1.6

0.017

0.43

0.74

East

-60º / 270º

K-132

91.8

97.9

6.1

0.47

0.14

0.9

0.003

0.58

1.00

North

-65º / 90º

K-133

Incl. 140.3

249.1

108.8

0.04

0.01

0.1

0.000

0.05

0.08

North

Vertical

K-129, 131, 134, 135, 137 indicated NSV

*Copper and Gold Equivalent calculations use metal prices of US$1.75/lb for copper, US$12/lb for molybdenum, US$700/oz for gold and US$12.50/oz for silver and both assume metallurgical recoveries and net smelter returns of 100%. Copper (Cu) EQ = Cu% + (Mo% x 12/1.75) + (Au g/t x 12.86/22.06) + (Ag g/t x 0.23/22.06). Gold (Au) EQ = Au g/t + (Cu % x 38.60/22.5) + (Mo% x 264.72/22.5) + (Ag g/t x 12.50/700).
** Previously Reported.

“The drilling reported on here adds size and depth to the South Zone and clearly indicates major expansion potential to the south and east.” stated President and CEO David Moore. “Hole K-136 in particular has returned excellent grades adjacent to the West Fault on the South Zone. Recent geological and geophysical modeling has traced this newly identified fault six kilometers to the south, opening up a large area for future exploration. We are very encouraged by the newly demonstrated potential at depth in the South Zone as indicated by holes K-124 and K-136. We are currently drilling several additional holes testing this potential.” added Moore.

South Zone Drilling (K-124, and K-135 to 137): Shallow drilling prior to Serengeti’s exploration suggested a limited resource that required more testing. Serengeti’s recent work has indicated the potential for expansion is wide open. Vertical drill hole K-124, the upper portion of which was previously reported (see NR 2009-08 dated August 26, 2009) was deepened and as noted above an additional mineralized interval grading 0.36% copper, 0.01 g/t gold, 1.4 g/t silver, 0.007% molybdenum (0.43% copper equivalent) over 58.0 meters was intersected. The overall mineralized intercept in K-124 now grades 0.35% copper, 0.04 g/t gold, 1.7 g/t silver, 0.014% molybdenum (0.49% copper equivalent) over 362.5 meters. K-136, an angle hole drilled from the west, drilled though the West Fault and then encountered a 175.5 meter mineralized interval to the bottom of the hole at 677.5 meters, including an interval assaying 0.43% copper, 0.02 g/t gold, 2.0 g/t silver, 0.049% molybdenum (0.80% copper equivalent) over 65.5 meters. Due to orientation and deviation of the drill hole, the intercept in K-136 lies on the same section as K-124.

K-135 which was unmineralized was a west-directed angle hole drilled from the collar of K-124 and helped define the West Fault. K-137 was drilled off the north end of the South Zone and was not mineralized.

North Area Drilling (K-131 to 134): Hole K-131, 132, 133 were drilled in the vicinity of previously reported hole K-08-122 which intersected 0.42% copper, 0.06 g/t gold, over 76.2 meters, approximately one kilometer north of the Central Zone resource. These three recent holes demonstrate that the K-122 area is structurally complex, with the best interval, 0.47% copper, 0.14 g/t gold occurring over 6.1 meters in hole
K-132 and a broad zone of anomalous copper intersected in K-133. Hole K-134 which was drilled off the north east end of the Central Zone was unmineralized.

East Area Drilling (K-129 and K-130): Two holes were drilled in the north-east quadrant of the property, with K-130 encountering a narrow mineralized interval grading 0.17% copper, 0.22 g/t gold over 2 meters immediately below unexpectedly deep overburden. K-129, drilled 1.4 kilometers to the south did not intersect significant mineralization.

Drill Program Summary Drilling has now been completed on Serengeti’s Osilinka property and results will be released when available. Drilling has now resumed at the South Zone at Kwanika, after which the drill will be moved to test attractive targets on the Choo and Mil properties.

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Drilling at Zymo Copper-Gold Project Significantly Expands Mineralized Zone

Eastfield Resources and Canadian Gold Hunter are pleased to announce that results have been received from the recently completed drilling program on the Zymo copper-gold property 45 kilometres west of Smithers, BC. Four holes were drilled at the Hobbes Zone and one hole tested a showing in the FM Zone. All holes intersected mineralization.

Three holes (ZY-09-13, 15, 16) drilled at the Hobbes zone were each 100 m step-outs to the west and resulted in extending the zone which now measures over 600 m in an east-west direction and remains open-ended. The most westerly hole, ZY-09-16 intersected the longest interval of mineralization to date indicating potential for extension to the west and south. Hole ZY-09-14 was a vertical hole drilled at the site of previously released holes ZY-08-9 (72.0 m of 0.72% copper and 0.54 g/t gold) and ZY-08-10 (57.0 m of 0.43% copper and 0.32 g/t gold) and confirmed that mineralization continues to greater depths at this location where a mineralized interval of 273 m was intersected. A summary of significant results is as follows:

HOLE ID FROM (m) TO (m) INTERVAL (m)* Cu (%) Au (g/t)
ZY-09-13 3.0 428.0 425.0 0.15 0.09
including 255.0 381.0 126.0 0.20 0.15
ZY-09-14 3.0 276.0 273.0 0.23 0.15
including 9.0 108.0 99.0 0.36 0.25
including 33.0 93.0 60.0 0.44 0.30
ZY-09-15 33.0 441.0 408.0 0.21 0.11
including 87.0 153.0 66.0 0.33 0.20
including 297.0 318.0 21.0 0.31 0.18
ZY-09-16 30.0 369.0 339.0 0.23 0.13
including 139.0 330.0 171.0 0.31 0.18
including 201.0 279.0 78.0 0.41 0.26
ZY-09-17 9.0 42.0 33.0 0.13 0.11

(*Intervals are core lengths and true widths may be less than reported here.)

The Zymo property is underlain by an alteration/sulphide system of over 8.0 km long and 2.0 km wide which hosts several mineralized targets including the Hobbes and FM. Fill-in soil geochemical sampling was carried out on the URC target which lies 1.5 km west of the Hobbes Zone and confirmed a 1.5 km long coincident copper-gold anomaly. This target is beyond the end of the geophysical grid and prospecting found no outcrops however a sample of mineralized float returned 0.33% copper and 0.22 g/t gold. This target further expands the discovery potential for the property.

CGH has the option to earn a 60% interest in the property by completing exploration expenditures of $4 million over five years. CGH may earn an additional 10% interest by completing a feasibility study and an additional 5% by arranging mine financing for Eastfield.

G.L. Garratt, P.Geo., who is a qualified person within the context of National Instrument 43-101, has read and takes responsibility for this news release. Bob Johnston, P. Geo., also a qualified person within the context of National Instrument 43-101, supervised the project work in the field. Analysis was performed by Acme Analytical Laboratories, a certified facility in Vancouver, BC, using multi-element (ICP-MS) Aqua Regia Digestion (1D) procedures, with gold and silver values determined using fire assay procedures.

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Mt. Milligan Receives Mines Act Permit From British Columbia Government

Robert Pease, President and CEO of Terrane Metals is pleased to announce that the Company has received a Mines Act Permit (the “Permit”) from the Province of British Columbia for its Mt. Milligan Copper-Gold Project (the “Project”). Receipt of the Permit followed a comprehensive and detailed review led by the Mining and Minerals Division of the BC Ministry of Energy, Mines and Petroleum Resources.

Robert Pease, President and CEO of Terrane stated: “Receipt of the Permit is another key milestone for Mt. Milligan. This Permit, together with other approvals that are now under review, including the Canadian Environmental Assessment Act approval anticipated in Q4 2009, will allow us to proceed with the Project and create sustainable value for the region.”

The Permit is the key approval for construction and operations activities on the mine site, and allows mine site construction activities to commence upon receipt of timber cutting and fisheries approvals.

About Terrane Metals Corp.

Terrane Metals Corp. is an exploration and mine development company focused on the development of the Mt. Milligan copper-gold and Berg copper-molybdenum-silver projects in British Columbia, Canada. Goldcorp Inc. (GG: NYSE; G: TSX) owns a 59% equity interest in Terrane on a fully diluted basis.

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Terrane Defines New Copper-Gold Porphyry Targets At Mt. Milligan

Robert Pease, President and CEO of Terrane Metals is pleased to report results for an Induced Polarity “IP” ground geophysical survey at its 100%-owned Mt. Milligan Copper-Gold Project, British Columbia, Canada.

The survey was designed to prioritize 12 airborne geophysical anomalies identified in a June 2008 1,452 line-km HeliGEOTEM magnetic-electromagnetic survey. The IP surveys were carried out on two large exploration grids peripheral to the main mineralized zones at Mt. Milligan. Reported IP survey results demonstrate that five of the HeliGEOTEM anomalies have coincident chargeability anomalies and display signatures similar to those found at the MBX and Southern Star Zones at Mt. Milligan.

Mt. Milligan exploration and associated sampling and quality control protocols are directed and supervised by Darren O’Brien, P.Geo., Vice President — Exploration, Terrane Metals Corp., who is a Qualified Person as defined under National Instrument 43-101.

SOUTH GRID

Three of the five targets were identified on the 33.6 line-km South Grid and are within 2 km of the Southern Star Zone. The priority “D3” chargeability anomaly is +200 metres wide and dips moderately to the southwest for +1,000 metres. It encircles a magnetic high and sits within a well-defined 2 km long by 1 km wide copper and gold-in-soils geochemical anomaly. In spite of historic drilling in the area and intersections of low grade porphyry-style copper-gold mineralization, the D3 anomaly remains untested as it sits some 150 metres below these holes. In addition, it is projected to subcrop in an area that was not drill tested.

NORTH GRID

The two remaining targets — Snell and Mitzi – were identified on the 20.0 line-km North Grid some 4 km northwest of the MBX Zone. The North Grid area has seen limited historic exploration with some prospecting in the 1930’s and a wide-spaced soil sampling grid in 1983.

The Snell chargeability anomaly sits along the western edge of the North Grid. It is 600 metres wide and 2,000 metres long and is coincident with a 500 metre wide and 1,000 metre long magnetic high. The chargeability anomaly is near surface and remains open to the south.

The Mitzi chargeability anomaly is located near the centre of the North Grid and displays a ring-shaped geophysical signature similar to the MBX Zone with a 300 metre wide chargeability halo flanking a +600 metre diameter magnetic high. The anomaly is some 150 to 300 metres below the surface.

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First Phase of 2009 Exploration completed on the Lone Pine Molybdenum Property

Bard Ventures is pleased to provide this update on the 2009 exploration on the Lone Pine Molybdenum Property. The Property is located approximately 15 kilometers northnorthwest of Houston, BC, and is situated in the Omineca Mining Division. The initial phase of compilation of all historic exploration work, geological mapping, soil and rock sampling has been completed.

A grid was established and cut over an area of 1.1 km x 1.0 km with lines at 100m spacing and sample sites every 25m. The location of the grid coverage is over the area to extend the known Alaskite Zone and also cover a favorable geological area for additional molybdenum mineralization identified by the compilation of historic work, geological mapping and the recently completed 3-Dimensional IP and magnetic surveys. The 2009 mapping identified the location of the favorable geological units including new areas of Alaskite and granites hosting molybdenum mineralization. The historic workings of interest, including trenches and drill holes, were all located in the field and surveyed. A total of 480 soil samples were collected at 25m intervals over the newly established grid.

This initial 2009 field program was very successful in locating historical mineralized showings and their location relative to the current grid, locating the margin of the coarse grained granite with the surrounding hornfelsed volcanics along the southern and eastern contacts, the location of mineralized float samples of medium grained granite to the east of the main granite body. Final assay results of the soil and rock samples and interpretation will determine potential drill target locations.

The Lone Pine Property has a calculated measured and indicated resource at a 0.04% Mo cutoff of 110,340,000 tonnes grading 0.083% Mo containing 201,733,000 in-situ pounds of molybdenum. (Please refer to News Release dated January 22, 2009 for full resource disclosure).

The Property has an ideal location for operations with established infrastructure including:

  • Highway 16;
  • a natural gas pipeline;
  • a major hydro power transmission line and transformer sub-station; and
  • is located only 15 kilometers from the CN rail line in Houston, BC.

Bard is earning a 100% interest in the Property under the terms of an option agreement (see News Release dated September 15, 2006). The Lone Pine exploration work is being conducted under the supervision of Qualified Person Jim Miller-Tait, P.Geo., a Director of Bard.

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Serengeti Intersects 0.78% Copper Equivalent over 150 meters in South Zone at Kwanika

Serengeti Resources is pleased to announce the results from the initial five holes drilled in the course of this summer’s exploration program at the Company’s Kwanika property in BC.

The results include a near surface intercept grading 0.51% copper, 0.14 g/t gold, 2.7 g/t silver and 0.024% molybdenum (0.78% copper equivalent) over 150.3 meters in hole K-126. This is the best hole drilled to date on the South Zone which is located approximately two kilometers south of the Central copper-gold Zone at Kwanika, that was the subject of a NI 43-101 mineral resource estimate in March 2009.

Drill Holes K-09-124 to K-09-128 Significant Analytical Results

Hole

From
(m)

To
(m)

Interval
(m)

Copper
%

Gold
g/t

Silver
g/t

Moly
%

Copper
Equiv. %

Gold
Equiv. g/t

Orientation
(dip/az)

K-124

126.6

228.0

101.4

0.05

0.03

0.2

0.033

0.30

0.51

Vertical

Incl. 189.9

196.0

6.2

0.05

0.32

0.0

0.372

2.79

4.78

259.5

502.0

242.5

0.41

0.05

2.1

0.018

0.58

1.00

Incl. 290.3

502.0

211.7

0.44

0.05

2.3

0.019

0.63

1.07

Incl. 423.5

463.0

39.6

0.65

0.07

3.1

0.028

0.92

1.57

K-125

71.8

122.2

50.4

0.23

0.05

1.3

0.005

0.31

0.53

-80º / 90º

Incl. 103.3

122.2

18.9

0.39

0.08

2.6

0.010

0.53

0.91

165.3

186.8

21.5

0.21

0.14

2.0

0.003

0.33

0.57

306.3

363.5

57.2

0.13

0.21

1.7

0.002

0.28

0.49

K-126

77.0

227.3

150.3

0.51

0.14

2.7

0.024

0.78

1.35

-70º / 90º

Incl. 86.2

101.3

15.1

0.78

0.25

1.9

0.025

1.12

1.92

And 121.4

146.1

24.7

0.58

0.25

2.7

0.044

1.06

1.81

And 189.8

197.2

7.5

1.42

0.12

9.0

0.009

1.65

2.82

K-127

64.7

121.3

56.6

0.33

0.09

2.2

0.030

0.61

1.07

-65º / 90º

Incl. 98.9

121.3

22.4

0.45

0.13

3.2

0.061

0.98

1.68

158.7

173.1

14.4

0.19

0.06

1.6

0.002

0.26

0.44

272.7

283.0

10.4

0.72

0.00

3.4

0.021

0.90

1.54

K-128

No significant values

Vertical

*Copper and Gold Equivalent calculations use metal prices of US$1.75/lb for copper, US$12/lb for molybdenum, US$700/oz for gold and US$12.50/oz for silver and both assume metallurgical recoveries and net smelter returns of 100%. Copper (Cu) EQ = Cu% + (Mo% x 12/1.75) + (Au g/t x 12.86/22.06) + (Ag g/t x 0.23/22.06). Gold (Au) EQ = Au g/t + (Cu % x 38.60/22.5) + (Mo% x 264.72/22.5) + (Ag g/t x 12.50/700).

Drill sections and a 3D model can be viewed at www.corebox.net or by following a link on the Company’s website at www.serengetiresources.com

“These new intercepts greatly increase the potential of the South Zone at Kwanika” stated Serengeti’s President & CEO, David Moore. “This drilling indicates that a near surface copper-molybdenum-gold-silver upper zone appears to increase in grade towards a west-bounding fault and is underlain, at least locally, by a significant lower copper-molybdenum-silver zone that remains open to depth. Follow-up drilling is planned in the current program to further test the significance of these zones” amplified Moore.

All of the holes reported on here were drilled testing extensions of the South Zone where prior drilling by Serengeti and by previous explorers has intersected mineralization along 1,800 meters of strike length. The average composite intercept of the fourteen holes drilled previously in the South Zone by Serengeti is 0.36% copper, 0.13 g/t gold, and 0.013% molybdenum over 82 meters. Four of the holes reported here were drilled along 375 meters of strike length on the west side of the South Zone; three of these intersected significant mineralization, with the fourth hole intersecting weaker mineralization. A fifth hole, K-128 was drilled off the north end of the zone and was not mineralized.

K-126: Intersected a 150.3 meter near surface interval grading 0.51% copper, 0.14 g/t gold, 2.7 g/t silver, 0.024% molybdenum (0.78% copper equivalent). This hole was drilled 200 meters west of prior hole K116 which intersected 0.39% copper, 0.10 g/t gold, 2.7 g/t silver, 0.013% molybdenum over 113.7 meters indicating continuity to the mineralized zone.

K-124: Collared 125 meters north of K-126 intersected what is interpreted to be a lower mineralized zone grading 0.44% copper, 0.05 g/t gold, 2.3 g/t silver, 0.019% molybdenum (0.63% copper equivalent) over 211.7 meter. This lower zone remains open at the bottom of the hole at 502 meters depth and is interpreted to be truncated to the west by a steep west-dipping fault. K-124 was subsequently deepened to a final depth of 642 meters and additional mineralization was observed in the hole to a depth of approximately 620 meters. Assays for this portion of the hole will be reported when available. An upper mineralized zone on this same section was intersected in previously reported hole K-110 and grades 0.27% copper, 0.26 g/t gold, 1.7 g/t silver and 0.007% molybdenum over 239.8 meters.

K-127, K-125: K-127 collared 125 meters north of K-124, intersected a 56.6 meter near surface interval grading 0.33% copper, 0.09 g/t gold, 2.2 g/t silver and 0.030% molybdenum (0.61% copper equivalent) including a 22.4 meter interval grading 0.45% copper, 0.13 g/t gold, 3.2 g/t silver and 0.061% molybdenum (0.98% copper equivalent) and indicates that the better grade zone remains open to the north. K-125 collared 110 m to the south of K-126, intersected several intervals of weaker mineralization and indicates that at least locally, the better grades encountered in K-126 diminish towards the south.

Elsewhere, drilling continues, testing regional targets at the south end of the Kwanika claim block after a break due to elevated forest fire risk. From here the drill will be moved to the Osilinka property, located 35 kilometers north of Kwanika. The planned drill program at Serengeti’s Croy Bloom project, funded by Newcrest Mining, has been deferred for this year due to First Nations’ access issues and the joint venture partner, Newcrest, has been granted an extension to allow time to resolve these issues.

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GGL Diamond Approves Name Change to GGL Resources Corp.

GGL Diamond Corp. (GGL) is pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Wayne Spilsbury to the board of directors. Mr. Spilsbury received his B.Sc. (Honors Geology) in 1973 from the University of British Columbia and his M. Sc. (Honors Geology) in 1982 from Queens University in Ontario. He brings over 35 years experience in mineral exploration and management, including 28 years with Teck Cominco Limited and was their former General Manager, Exploration – Asia Pacific. Wayne has worked throughout Western Canada, the United States, Asia and Australia; he is a Member of the Association of Professional Engineers and Geoscientists of British Columbia and a Fellow of Australasian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy.

Returning directors are Graham Eacott, Nick DeMare, Raymond A. Hrkac and William Meyer. William Boden has stepped down from the board of directors to enable him to concentrate on other companies of which he is a founder. The Company thanks him for his most valuable contributions and we wish him well.

Based on the recommendation of the Board’s Compensation Committee, the directors approved the granting of 4,475,000 options at an exercise price of $0.10 per share exercisable until August 19, 2014. The options were granted to directors, officers, consultants and employees of the Company.

Shareholders voted in favor of the name change to GGL Resources Corp., the appointment of D+H Group LLP as auditors of the Company for the ensuing year, and approved the annual ratification of the Company’s 10% rolling stock option plan.

Private Placement

GGL has had an initial closing of its non-brokered private placement originally announced on July 17, 2009. A combination of flow-through units at a price of $0.06, (changed from $0.08), per unit and non-flow-through units at a price of $0.06 per unit will be sold. Each flow-through unit will consist of one flow-through common share and one half of one non-transferable non flow-through warrant. Each whole warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one non flow-through common share for one year from the closing date at $0.10 per share.

In the initial closing 1,776,000 non flow-through units at $0.06 per unit were placed for gross proceeds of $106,560. Each non flow-through unit consists of one non flow-through common share and one half of one non-transferable common share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one non flow-through common share until August 20, 2012 at $0.10 per share in the first year, $0.20 per share in the second year and $0.30 per share in the third year. The securities have a hold period until December 21, 2009.

If GGL’s common shares trade on the TSX Venture Exchange at a closing price greater than $0.50 per share for twenty consecutive trading days at any time after four months and one day from the closing date, GGL may accelerate the expiry of the warrants by giving notice to the holders thereof, and in such case the warrants will expire on the 30th day after the date on which such notice is given. GGL may pay a finder’s fee to eligible finders of purchasers of units. Such fees will be paid in non flow-through common shares.

The proceeds from the sale of the units will be used for exploration work on the PGB gold areas and the McConnell property, and for general corporate purposes. The proceeds from the sale of the flow-through shares will be used to incur Canadian Exploration Expense (“CEE”), as defined in the Income Tax Act (Canada). GGL will renounce such CEE to the subscribers effective for the 2009 tax year. Future closings of the private placement are subject to acceptance for filing by the TSX Venture Exchange. The private placement is open until September 9, 2009.

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GGL Resources – Extension and Change to Non-Brokered Private Placement to raise up to $1,400,000

GGL intends to extend by thirty days the financing to raise up to $1,400,000 by way of a non-brokered private placement. To date 1,776,000 non-flow-through units have been sold. A combination of flow-through units at a price of $0.06, (changed from $0.08), per unit and non-flowthrough units at a price of $0.06 per unit will be sold. Each flow-through unit will consist of one flow-through common share and one half of one non-transferable non flow-through warrant. Each whole warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one non flow-through common share for one year from the closing date at $0.10 per share.

Each non flow-through unit will consist of one non flow-through common share and one half of one nontransferable common share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one non flow-through common share for three years from the closing date at $0.10 per share in the first year, $0.20 per share in the second year and $0.30 per share in the third year.

If GGL’s common shares trade on the TSX Venture Exchange at a closing price greater than $0.50 per share for twenty consecutive trading days at any time after four months and one day from the closing date, GGL may accelerate the expiry of the warrants by giving notice to the holders thereof, and in such case the warrants will expire on the 30th day after the date on which such notice is given. GGL may pay a finder’s fee to eligible finders of purchasers of units. Such fees will be paid in non flow-through common shares.

The proceeds from the sale of the units will be used for trenching, sampling and drilling of the PGB gold areas, exploration on the McConnell property, and for general corporate purposes. The proceeds from the sale of the flow-through shares will be used to incur Canadian Exploration Expense (“CEE”), as defined in the Income Tax Act (Canada). GGL will renounce such CEE to the subscribers effective for the 2009 tax year. The private placement is subject to acceptance for filing by the TSX Venture Exchange.

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Lorraine Copper does Private Placement

Lorraine Copper has received subscriptions for a non-brokered private placement agreement, subject to regulatory approval, for the sale of up to 2,000,000 units (each unit comprises one common share and one share purchase warrant) at a price of $0.05 per unit. Each warrant provides for the purchase of an additional common share at a price of $0.10 per share for five years from the date of regulatory approval. The shares issued pursuant to this private placement, and any warrants exercised therefrom, shall be subject to a four-month hold period.

Total gross proceeds of the offering will be $100,000. The proceeds of the offering shall be applied to general working capital.

The company shall pay no fees or commissions on behalf of the placement.

This offering is subject to approval of the TSX Venture Exchange.

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Northgate Minerals Terminates Discussion with Dioro

Northgate Minerals Corporation has confirmed today that it has terminated discussions with Dioro Exploration NL regarding a potential material transaction, as previously disclosed on July 20, 2009.

Northgate continues to evaluate strategic opportunities and targeted acquisitions for growth that will generate value for our shareholders. Northgate Minerals Corporation is a gold and copper producer with mining operations, development projects and exploration properties in Canada and Australia. The company is forecasting record gold production of over 390,000 ounces in 2009 and is targeting growth through further acquisition opportunities in stable mining jurisdictions around the world. Northgate is listed on the TSX under the symbol NGX and on the NYSE Amex under the symbol NXG.

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