BonTerra Resources Inc.

BonTerra Resources Inc.

September 29, 2009 06:00 ET

BonTerra Increases Gold Claims, Stewart, B.C.

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 29, 2009) - BonTerra Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:BTR)(FRANKFURT:9BR) (the "Company" or "BTR") is pleased to announce that it has acquired a 100% interest in approximately 3,000 hectares in Stewart, B.C. The 7 claims are contigious to the BTR Willoughby claims which are east of and adjacent to the Red Mountain property of Seabridge Gold. BTR now has a total of approximately 7,400 contiguous hectares of property.

The Stewart area has been the focus of increased staking activity due partly to the recent results from Decade Resources Ltd. ("Decade"), their Montrose gold discovery announced on its Red Cliff property. Decade recently announced (Stockwatch Sept. 3, 2009) drilling results of 7.3 grams per ton of gold across 28.3 metres and 5.78 grams per ton across 28.4 metres and 7.5 grams per ton gold across 32.5 metres; Ascot Resources Ltd. (Stockwatch Sept. 22, 2009) announced drill intercepts including 11 metres of 50 grams per ton. As a result, BTR (Stockwatch Sept. 17, 2009) recently acquired the Long Lake claims which are between the Decade Red Cliff and the Ascot Premier properties. BTR is in the process of commissioning a property report which will compile all the historical work on the Long Lake claims. The Company plans to initiate a work program shortly. The property is located adjacent to Long Lake, 22 km north of Stewart and can be accessed year round.

President, Mitchell Adam states, "The recent drilling succeses and increased staking activity in the region prompted the Company to add to its current claim group. Bonterra now holds two large contiguous exploration properties in the region."



Mitchell Adam, President, Director

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