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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA ‐ Providence Gold Mines Inc. (TSXV: PHD) (“Providence” or the
“Company”) is pleased to announce that a soil sampling program completed at its Providence Gold Property
has outlined several gold in soil anomalies. The anomalies occur along a 1300 metre strike length between
the Bonita workings located at the north end of the property and the past producing Providence Gold Mine
located to the south. The Company believes these surface anomalies potentially represent existing and new
gold bearing shoots. Within the trend, soil samples returned values of up to 7.33 g/t Au that are coincident
with the trace of the vein as determined by recently completed surface and underground mapping. The
current surface soil sampling highlights are summarized in the following table:

Total # Soil Samples Collected451
Assays Received To Date451
15‐24 ppb Au39
25‐49 ppb Au18
50‐99 ppb Au9
100‐999 ppb Au14
1000 ppb or 1gm/t Au4
Total # Samples considered anomalous84
7334 ppb Au McCarthy Shaft Area
2456 ppb Au McCarthy Shaft Area
1852 ppb Au Providence Shaft Area
1776 ppb Au Goldwin

John Kowalchuk P.Geo., states, “we are very encouraged with these significant gold in soil anomalies as
they are located along strike between known mineralized shoots and can be easily accessed by diamond
drilling .“

The Company is now sourcing drill contractors for its planned drill program. The Providence Gold Mines
properties are near the town of Tuolumne, California. Access is by a combination of paved and gravel
roads. The two main areas known as the Providence and Consuelo, are on the company’s patented lands.
According to a 1931 newspaper clipping, production from the Providence Mine between 1901‐1912 yielded
ore averaging $18 per ton (gold at $20/ounce) to a total of $3,000,000. Caution to reader: these historical
results have not been verified by the Company and therefore cannot be relied upon.
The Company believes
that past production removed only a portion of the deposit which is recorded as having ceased during
profitable mining operations in 1916.

The Providence vein system comprises a series of parallel steeply‐dipping gold‐bearing quartz veins
emplaced in deformed and metamorphosed layered rocks of the Palaeozoic Calaveras Complex. The veins
contain several steeply‐plunging chutes of higher grade mineralization, at least three of which were the
target of underground mining activity that still remain viable targets for renewed exploration.

This news release has been reviewed and approved by John Kowalchuk BSc., P.Geo ., who is the Company’s
Qualified Person for the Providence Gold Mine property project, as required under NI 43‐101 standards.

“Ronald Coombes”
Ronald Coombes, President & CEO

Telephone: 1‐604‐602‐4935
Facsimile: 1‐604‐602‐4936
Contact: Ronald Coombes
Mobile: 1‐ 604‐ 724‐2369

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

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