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Avalon Ventures Ltd.

December 22, 2008 14:56 ET

Avalon Ventures Ltd.: Summer Drilling Program Produces Best Results to Date From Lake Zone REE Deposit, Thor Lake, NWT

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Dec. 22, 2008) - Avalon Ventures Ltd. (TSX:AVL) (the "Company") is pleased to announce assay results from the final 31 holes drilled in July, August and September, 2008 on the Lake Zone Rare Earth Element ("REE") deposit on its 100% owned Thor Lake Rare Metals project located near Yellowknife, NWT. These holes were designed to define the southern, eastern and western margins of the deposit, and follow-up on the very encouraging results obtained from the two most southerly holes drilled last winter (L08-97, 98) in an effort to define the richest part of the deposit for development planning purposes. While limits to the economic grade REE mineralization were defined on the eastern margins of the deposit, the southern and western extensions remain wide open. The recent drilling in these parts of the Lake Zone has produced some of the best results to date, in terms of both grade and thickness of the REE mineralization, and will be further explored this winter.

In particular, drill hole L08-118, near the southeastern margin of the deposit, returned the highest combination of width and grade encountered to date with the virtually the entire hole intersecting potentially economic grade mineralization averaging 1.6% TREO over 185.4m with 12% of the TREO consisting of the more valuable HREO. TREO is defined as the sum of all 14 REE plus yttrium, expressed in oxide form and HREO is defined as the heavy rare earth elements from europium to lutetium plus yttrium as oxides. The high grade Basal Zone in this same hole produced some exceptional grades of 3.71% TREO with 36% HREO over 8.0 metres or 2.71% TREO with 34% HREO over 17.4 metres. Widths reported are believed to approximate true thickness.

Other highlights include two holes, L08-117 and L08-129, drilled 90 and 150 metres respectively south of previously-announced hole L08-98. Hole L08-117 intersected another very broad interval of Basal Zone mineralization averaging 1.9% TREO with 23% HREO over 45.10m including 16m averaging 2.66% TREO with 22% HREO. Hole L08-129 intersected a 22m interval in the Basal Zone averaging 2.25% TREO with 30% HREO. This attractive part of the Basal Zone remains open to the south for potential expansion. This potential is supported by historical airborne magnetic data which indicates a magnetic anomaly similar to that associated with the known Lake Zone deposit extending over a broad untested area for about 1 km to the south.

A complete compilation of significant assay results and hole locational data is provided in Tables 1 and 2 below. An updated drill hole location plan, preliminary block model and illustrative cross section can be found in the Corporate Presentation at www.avalonventures.com. The cumulative drilling on the Lake Zone since August, 2007 totals 16,640 metres in 85 drill holes.

As previously reported, the higher grade sub-zone, called the Basal Zone, forms a gently dipping tabular sheet situated near the base of the mineralized envelope. The Basal Zone is notable for its relatively high proportion of the more valuable heavy rare earth elements Europium through Lutetium ("HREE"). For example the above-mentioned 8m interval in L08-118 contained 8m of 5800ppm (5.8 kg/tonne) neodymium oxide, 1728ppm (1.7kg/tonne) dysprosium oxide and 283 (0.28kg/tonne) terbium oxide (Table 3). The Lake Zone mineralization also contains high levels of other rare metals notably tantalum, niobium, zirconium, and gallium, which may prove to be valuable by-products of REE production. Assay highlights for these elements from the recent drill holes are summarized in Table 4 below.

Average REE oxide prices over the past 3 years (FOB China basis) are US$20.50/kg for neodymium oxide, US$88.55/kg for dysprosium oxide and US$573/kg for terbium oxide. Prices for some of the rare earths have softened recently in response to reduced demand associated with the global economic slowdown, but none have seen the precipitous price drops experienced by many of the base and precious metals. In fact, one light REE (Lanthanum) has actually increased in price over the past 10 months from US$5.65 to US$8.00/kg today, peaking at US$9.60/kg in June, 2008.

Lake Zone REE Resource Estimate

The interim REE resource estimate for the Lake Zone, which was to be based on all the drilling results received by July 31, 2008, and that the Company had anticipated disclosing earlier this fall, unfortunately could not be completed on schedule. This was due to slow assay turnaround, capacity issues with our technical consultants, and some initial technical challenges in modeling the Basal Zone resource as a distinct sub-zone of the deposit. Consequently, the plan to release an interim resource estimate has now been abandoned. With all the results from the summer drilling program now being available, work will continue toward preparing a comprehensive resource estimate incorporating all of the available data, as well as results from some of the historic holes, where quarter core could be re-assayed. This work is targeted for completion by mid-January, 2009.

A $1.5 million winter drilling program, financed with the proceeds of the recently completed flow-through private placement, is scheduled to commence in February, 2009. The main objectives of this program will be further exploration of the southern extensions of the deposit for additional high-grade mineralization and in-fill drilling to better define the deposit and increase the confidence level on the known resource in support of the prefeasibility study to be completed in 2009. The drill contract is currently being tendered and given the dramatic slowdown in activity in the industry, management is optimistic that a reduction in the average all-in drilling costs and faster assay turnaround will be achieved in 2009.

Metallurgical Process Development Work

Metallurgical testwork to determine optimal recovery methods for the REE and other rare metals is continuing at SGS Minerals, Lakefield, metallurgical facility ("SGS") under the supervision of Mr. John Goode, P.Eng. REE mineral concentrates produced in preliminary flotation tests are now being utilized in bench scale hydrometallurgical testwork, targeted for completion in early, 2009. This data will assist in the determination of potential operating costs for a process plant which will, in turn, be applied in the resource estimate to identify appropriate cut-off grades.

Quality Control

A rigorous QA/QC program was implemented for all of the program samples to ensure high quality data. Analytical standards were prepared from crushed rejects of historical Lake Zone drill core samples, and then analyzed at five separate laboratories to determine an average value. These standards were then routinely inserted into the sample batches to monitor analytical data. All drill core was split on site, sampled in 2m intervals and shipped to Acme Laboratories facility in Yellowknife for sample preparation. Acme then shipped pulverized splits from all the samples to its laboratory in Vancouver, BC. Duplicates and other check samples are being analyzed at ALS Chemex Laboratories, Vancouver, BC.

All samples are being analyzed at both laboratories by lithium metaborate/tetraborate fusion and dilute nitric acid digestion, followed by whole rock and 45 element multielement ICP analysis. Details of the factors used to calculate rare earth oxides are posted on the Company website along with complete analytical data. Drilling operations were performed by Peak Drilling Ltd. of Courtenay B.C. under the supervision of J.C. Pedersen, P.Geo., Senior Geologist. The Company's Vice-President, Exploration, Dr. William Mercer, Ph.D., P.Geo. provided overall direction on the project.

About Avalon Ventures Ltd.

Avalon Ventures Ltd. is a Canadian junior mineral exploration and development company, with a primary focus on rare metals and minerals with high technology applications related to electronics, energy efficiency and a cleaner environment. Avalon currently holds a portfolio of five such projects, including three that are at, or close to, the feasibility stage. Shares Outstanding: 67,649,748. Cash resources: approximately $10.0 million.

To find out more about Avalon Ventures Ltd., please visit our website at www.avalonventures.com. This news release is available on the Company's official on-line investor relations site for investor commentary, feedback and questions. Investors are invited to visit the "Avalon Ventures" IR Hub at http://www.agoracom.com/ir/avalon. In addition, investors are invited to e-mail their questions and correspondence to AVL@agoracom.com or phone Don Bubar, P.Geo. President, at 416-364-4938. Mr. Bubar and Dr. Mercer are the Qualified Persons responsible for the technical content of this news release.

This news release contains forward-looking information. This forward-looking information includes, or may be based upon, estimates, forecasts, and statements as to management's expectations with respect to, among other things, the size and quality of the Company's mineral resources, progress in development of mineral properties, demand and market outlook for metals and future metal prices. Forward-looking information is based on the opinions and estimates of management at the date the information is given, and is subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking information. These factors include the inherent risks involved in the exploration and development of mineral properties, uncertainties with respect to the receipt or timing of required permits and regulatory approvals, the uncertainties involved in interpreting drilling results and other geological data, fluctuating metal prices, the possibility of project cost overruns or unanticipated costs and expenses, uncertainties relating to the availability and costs of financing needed in the future and other factors. The forward-looking information contained herein is given as of the date hereof and the Company assumes no responsibility to update or revise such information to reflect new events or circumstances, except as required by law.



Table 1: Drill Hole Locations

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Eleva-
DDH Note E (NAD83) N (NAD83) tion Depth Dip Azimuth Cumulative
(m) (m) (m)
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L08-
110 416,835.88 6,886,607.25 238.31 216.85 -90.00 360 8,941
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L08-
111 416,838.11 6,886,504.80 244.41 201.30 -90.00 360 9,143
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L08-
112 416,819.13 6,886,346.09 242.61 198.25 -90.00 360 9,341
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L08-
113 416,834.03 6,886,219.05 244.02 198.25 -90.00 360 9,539
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L08-
114 416,936.60 6,886,222.89 243.35 192.15 -90.00 360 9,731
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L08-
115 416,830.61 6,886,155.59 243.58 198.25 -90.00 360 9,930
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L08-
116 416,949.46 6,886,099.84 244.19 198.25 -90.00 360 10,128
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L08-
117 417,103.88 6,886,023.47 243.18 205.10 -90.00 360 10,333
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L08-
118 417,524.01 6,886,305.33 241.84 216.55 -90.00 360 10,549
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L08-
119 417,533.72 6,886,529.65 246.16 198.25 -90.00 360 10,748
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L08-
120 417,532.07 6,886,672.42 243.10 198.25 -90.00 360 10,946
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L08-
121 417,551.63 6,887,152.66 241.29 198.25 -90.00 360 11,144
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L08- (i)
122 (ab) 417,465.00 6,887,345.00 242.88 21.40 -90.00 360 11,166
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L08-
417,476.97 6,887,283.06 242.88 109.80 -90.00 360 11,275
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L08-
123 417,404.22 6,886,674.93 238.46 207.40 -90.00 360 11,483
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L08-
124 417,400.08 6,886,571.71 241.59 198.25 -90.00 360 11,681
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L08-
125 417,399.89 6,886,424.66 242.76 195.20 -90.00 360 11,876
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L08-
126 417,284.35 6,886,505.92 241.13 204.35 -90.00 360 12,081
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L08-
127 417,235.41 6,886,671.67 238.04 201.30 -90.00 360 12,282
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L08-
128 417,228.73 6,885,963.61 240.28 213.50 -90.00 360 12,495
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L08-
129 416,952.15 6,885,961.29 240.54 213.50 -90.00 360 12,709
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L08-
130 416,518.77 6,886,370.61 246.04 198.25 -90.00 360 12,907
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L08-
131 416,363.17 6,886,229.11 249.78 244.00 -90.00 360 13,151
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L08-
132 416,206.90 6,886,217.58 247.10 261.65 -90.00 360 13,413
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L08- (i)
133 (ab) 416,200.00 6,886,375.00 238.50 64.05 -90.00 360 13,477
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L08-
134 415,993.89 6,886,376.58 242.31 231.80 -90.00 360 13,709
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L08-
135 416,000.22 6,886,531.74 248.52 210.45 -90.00 360 13,919
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L08-
136 (i) 417,983.00 6,887,313.00 257.50 368.80 -90.00 360 14,288
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Note: Northing and Easting coordinates are in NAD83 (Zone 12) in meters.
(i) equals Surveyed by hand held GPS, otherwise surveyed by registered
surveyor
(ab) equals abandoned



Table 2: REE assay results summary for drill holes L08-110 to 136

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Drill Hole ZONE From To Width TREO HREO HREO/TREO %
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Complete
L08-110 interval 4.10 106.00 101.90 0.82 0.06 7%
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L08-110 incl 4.10 18.00 13.90 2.32 0.10 5%
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L08-110 and 85.25 100.20 14.95 1.45 0.16 11%
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L08-111 Complete
interval 9.15 116.90 107.75 0.94 0.13 13%
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L08-111 incl 9.15 15.00 5.85 2.59 0.12 5%
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L08-111 and 21.00 31.00 10.00 1.70 0.13 8%
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L08-111 Basal
and Zone 99.00 116.90 17.90 2.12 0.40 19%
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L08-111 Basal
incl Zone 107.00 116.90 9.90 2.96 0.59 20%
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L08-112 No significant values - gap in zone (see L07-62)
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L08-113 Complete
interval 4.05 123.90 119.85 1.17 0.13 11%
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L08-113 incl 80.50 84.00 3.50 2.36 0.18 8%
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L08-113 and 90.00 100.00 10.00 2.62 0.24 9%
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L08-113 Basal
and Zone 106.00 123.90 17.90 1.62 0.26 16%
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L08-114 Complete
interval 5.90 147.70 141.80 0.87 0.12 14%
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L08-114 incl 5.90 17.00 11.10 1.66 0.13 8%
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L08-114 Basal
and Zone 106.00 147.70 41.70 1.22 0.23 19%
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L08-114 Basal
incl Zone 125.00 147.70 22.70 1.51 0.32 21%
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L08-115 Complete
interval 26.90 110.00 83.10 1.18 0.19 16%
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L08-115 incl 71.00 73.00 2.00 3.48 0.51 15%
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L08-115 and 76.10 112.00 35.90 2.04 0.35 17%
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L08-115 and 84.00 92.00 8.00 2.28 0.35 15%
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L08-115 Basal
and Zone 100.00 110.00 10.00 2.79 0.54 19%
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L08-116 Complete
interval 6.25 145.00 138.75 0.93 0.15 16%
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L08-116 incl 6.25 10.00 3.75 1.94 0.15 8%
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L08-116 and 95.00 105.00 10.00 2.02 0.24 12%
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L08-116 Basal
and Zone 118.15 145.00 26.85 1.78 0.44 25%
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L08-116 Basal
incl Zone 125.00 143.45 18.45 1.93 0.49 25%
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L08-117 Complete
interval 33.70 142.60 108.90 1.48 0.26 18%
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L08-117 incl 69.00 74.35 5.35 2.50 0.25 10%
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L08-117 Basal
and Zone 97.50 142.60 45.10 1.90 0.43 23%
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L08-117 Basal
incl Zone 103.00 119.00 16.00 2.66 0.58 22%
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L08-117 Basal
and Zone 131.00 135.00 4.00 2.37 0.65 27%
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L08-118 Complete
interval 8.00 193.40 185.40 1.60 0.19 12%
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L08-118 incl 8.00 19.00 11.00 2.79 0.09 3%
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L08-118 and 33.00 41.00 8.00 2.45 0.14 6%
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L08-118 and 45.15 55.80 10.65 2.97 0.15 5%
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L08-118 Basal
and Zone 176.00 193.40 17.40 2.71 0.93 34%
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L08-118 Basal
incl Zone 182.00 190.00 8.00 3.71 1.35 36%
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L08-119 No significant values - eastern boundary of deposit
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L08-120 No significant values - eastern boundary of deposit
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L08-121 No significant values - eastern boundary of deposit
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L08-122A No significant values - eastern boundary of deposit
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L08-123 No significant values - eastern boundary of deposit
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L08-124 No significant values - eastern boundary of deposit
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L08-125 Complete
interval 9.00 119.00 110.00 1.07 0.09 8%
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L08-125 incl 9.00 27.00 18.00 1.60 0.08 5%
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L08-125 and 37.00 55.80 18.80 1.59 0.12 7%
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L08-126 Complete
interval 6.60 154.00 147.40 1.28 0.18 14%
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L08-126 incl 12.00 20.00 8.00 2.88 0.14 5%
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L08-126 and 86.00 90.00 4.00 3.19 0.41 13%
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L08-126 and 106.00 124.00 18.00 2.63 0.49 19%
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L08-126 Basal
and Zone 150.00 154.00 4.00 2.17 0.65 30%
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L08-127 Complete
interval 2.50 103.00 100.50 1.60 0.18 11%
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L08-127 incl 6.00 8.00 2.00 4.88 0.25 5%
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L08-127 and 23.00 27.00 4.00 2.04 0.17 9%
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L08-127 and 49.00 71.00 22.00 2.25 0.27 12%
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L08-127 Basal
and Zone 61.00 65.00 4.00 2.31 0.59 26%
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L08-128 No significant values - gap in deposit (see 62 and 112)
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L08-129 Complete
interval 8.00 196.10 188.10 0.84 0.15 18%
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L08-129 Basal
incl Zone 171.00 193.00 22.00 2.25 0.67 30%
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L08-129 Basal
incl Zone 171.00 185.00 14.00 2.66 0.79 30%
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L08-130 No significant values - hole abandoned due to ground instability
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L08-131 Complete
interval 76.00 219.60 143.60 1.16 0.18 15%
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L08-131 incl 97.00 103.00 6.00 2.26 0.20 9%
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L08-131 and 126.00 142.00 16.00 2.14 0.20 9%
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L08-131 Basal
and Zone 201.20 219.60 18.40 2.06 0.59 29%
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L08-131 Basal
incl Zone 211.00 219.00 8.00 3.18 0.94 30%
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L08-132 Complete
interval 58.00 245.40 187.40 0.61 0.10 16%
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L08-132 Basal
incl Zone 238.00 245.40 7.40 2.19 0.70 32%
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L08-133 No significant values - abandoned due to unstable ground
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L08-134 Complete
interval 58.00 192.00 134.00 0.93 0.10 11%
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L08-134 incl 60.75 69.00 8.25 2.00 0.13 6%
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L08-134 and 107.00 123.00 16.00 2.01 0.21 11%
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L08-134 Basal
and Zone 174.00 176.00 2.00 2.05 0.53 26%
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L08-135 No significant values - mineralization is dyked out
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L08-136 No significant values - geological step out test
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Notes: TREO equals Total Rare Earth Oxides. HREO equals Heavy Rare Earth
Oxides (europium through lutetium plus yttrium) reported as %.

Widths in metres are believed to approximate true thicknesses.

Metal to Oxide conversion factors provided at:
http://www.avalonventures.com/projects/rare/thor_lake/



Table 3: Individual REO values for selected high grade subintervals:
Neodymium (Nd), Europium (Eu), Terbium (Tb), Dysprosium (Dy), and
Yttrium (Y) as oxides

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Drill From To Width Y2O3 Nd2O3 Eu2O3 Tb2O3 Dy2O3
Hole ppm ppm ppm ppm ppm
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L08-111 107.00 116.90 9.90 3,076 5,554 138 141 701
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L08-115 100.00 110.00 10.00 2,874 5,129 129 125 632
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L08-116 125.00 143.45 18.45 2,700 3,454 86 102 586
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L08-117 131.00 135.00 4.00 3,503 4,050 117 153 851
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L08-118 182.00 190.00 8.00 8,133 5,815 169 283 1,728
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L08-126 86.00 90.00 4.00 1,996 6,613 149 107 466
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L08-127 6.00 8.00 2.00 942 9,082 120 90 341
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L08-127 61.00 65.00 4.00 3,743 3,463 66 119 735
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L08-129 171.00 185.00 14.00 4,333 4,346 124 173 1,032
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L08-131 211.00 219.00 8.00 5,107 5,203 148 204 1,196
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L08-132 238.00 245.40 7.40 3,780 3,616 106 158 932
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L08-134 174.00 176.00 2.00 2,886 3,690 94 115 625
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Notes:
ppm equals parts per million. 1000 ppm is 1 kg. 10,000 ppm is 1%.
Widths in metres are believed to approximate true thicknesses.



Table 4: Individual rare element values for selected high grade
sub-intervals: Niobium (Nb), Tantalum (Ta), Gallium (Ga), and Zirconium
(Zr) as oxides in ppm.

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Nb2O5 Ta2O5 Ga2O3
Drill Hole From To Width ppm ppm ppm ZrO2 ppm
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L08-110 4.10 18.00 13.90 7,098 329 228 39,993
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L08-111 107.00 116.90 9.90 7,212 785 136 57,583
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L08-113 90.00 100.00 10.00 5,667 358 144 46,127
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L08-114 125.00 147.70 22.70 5,145 446 118 35,019
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L08-115 100.00 110.00 10.00 7,716 584 113 54,151
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L08-117 131.00 135.00 4.00 6,110 620 115 54,356
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L08-118 182.00 190.00 8.00 7,643 780 112 66,015
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L08-126 86.00 90.00 4.00 10,975 544 140 61,342
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L08-127 61.00 65.00 4.00 5,776 361 227 58,123
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L08-129 171.00 185.00 14.00 6,397 665 89 54,619
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L08-131 211.00 219.00 8.00 7,029 822 88 60,897
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L08-132 238.00 245.40 7.40 4,695 643 82 44,491
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L08-134 174.00 176.00 2.00 4,858 537 110 43,287
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Notes:
Ppm equals parts per million. 1000 ppm is 1 kg. 10,000 ppm is 1%.
Widths in metres are believed to approximate true thicknesses.

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