Bonaventure Enterprises Inc.

White Knight Resources Ltd.

White Knight Resources Ltd.

April 07, 2006 06:00 ET

Bonaventure Enterprises Inc. and White Knight Resources Ltd.: Consultant Study Defines 300,000 Ounce Gold Equivalent Inferred Resource at New Pass Project

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - April 7, 2006) -

Bonaventure Enterprises Inc. (TSX VENTURE:BVT)(PINK SHEETS:BVTEF) ("Bonaventure") and White Knight Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:WKR) ("White Knight") have received a mineral resource report on the New Pass project compiled by Sam S. Arentz III, P.E. of Sierra Environmental Engineers, Inc., Reno, Nevada. The report was prepared using NI 43-101 guidelines and standards and is identified as an addendum to the NI 43-101 report filed on SEDAR. The New Pass property is optioned from White Knight with Bonaventure able to earn up to a 60% interest in the property.

According to the Arentz report the mineral resources of the New Pass exploration project in Churchill County, Nevada, are characterized as an Inferred Mineral Resource of:

11,500,000 short tons 0.0226 Au opt 0.2214 Ag opt 0.0262 AuEq opt

This is equivalent to approximately 300,000 ounces of in place gold equivalent inferred resources.

Only that portion of the resource thought to be accessible by open pit was included in the above number. No attempt was made to separate an oxide from a sulfide resource pending in-fill drilling to provide a more defined deposit.

A total of 160 drill holes spaced from less than 50 feet apart to 300 feet apart were used in the study. The following details the methodology used by Mr. Arentz in his study:

1. The cutoff grade is 0.01 AuEq opt (equivalent gold expressed in troy ounces per short ton).

2. Isolated intercepts of 5 feet with cutoff grades above 0.01 AuEq opt were ignored unless the combined weighted average grade of that interval and any two adjacent intervals is greater than 0.01 AuEq opt.

3. Where 5 foot assay data was missing the missing data was replaced with the values of the lower of the two adjacent values. Where multiple adjacent intervals are missing data, each missing interval was assigned a zero value.

4. That drill holes shown in cross section are interpreted as being centered and on-line with the other drill holes in said cross section except those holes drilled perpendicular to the section.

5. The vertical and horizontal extent of any drill hole or drill holes is limited by the following:

a) Half the distance to the next drill hole or combinations of drill holes.

b) Intercepts less than 20 feet in thickness shall not extend more than 75 feet in any direction from the drill hole and may not influence the adjacent cross section if drill holes influence that section.

c) Intercepts greater than 20 feet in thickness shall not extend more than 150 feet in any direction from the drill hole and may not influence the adjacent cross section if drill holes influence that section.

d) The average grade of the intercept was construed as pertaining to the entire area of influence as described in 5 abc above.

6. The relevant drill hole intercepts, thicknesses and grades were used to calculate a weighted average grade for gold and silver, thickness and length for sections 100 feet apart. The total tonnage for each section was determined using 13 cubic feet per short ton. A gold to silver ratio of 60 to 1 was used to determine gold equivalency for silver.

The study not only indicates the inferred metal content of the area drilled, but also will be very helpful in picking locations for in-fill drilling.

Based upon the results of Bonaventure's Phase I exploration drilling program, the resource appears to be open-ended. Bonaventure plans extensive testing north of the current drill grid to further expand the resource. In the few holes that tested this area, gold/silver mineralization was located in tuffaceous volcanics as well as sediment inferring an additional host rock. This exploration program will begin in late spring/early summer subject to weather conditions.

Bonaventure has in place a rigorous QA/QC program consistent with National Instrument 43-101 and using best industry practice. ALS Chemex Labs of Reno, Nevada is responsible for all of Bonaventure's assaying.

Mr. Arentz's full report will appear shortly on the companies' websites at and and will be filed by SEDAR.

Qualified Person

These results have been prepared under the guidance of geologist Richard Kern, Vice-President Exploration of Bonaventure, who is designated as the Qualified Person with the ability and authority to verify the authenticity and validity of this data.

About Bonaventure Enterprises Inc.

Bonaventure Enterprises Inc. is a Canadian based resource and exploration company traded publicly under the symbol BVT on the TSX-VE Exchange and BVTEF on the OTC Bulletin Board. The Company holds 100% of the mining properties including Goldfield, Cottonwood, Jet and Northern Lights. The Company also has an option agreement with White Knight Resources (TSX:WKR) to acquire up to 60% interest in the New Pass (Eureka, NV) and Squaw Creek (North end of the Carlin Trend) Properties. The Company's mission is the discovery and development of economic, multi-million ounce gold deposits through the exploration of high quality projects, located primarily in Nevada. Bonaventure Enterprises Inc. is an exploration company with a substantial portfolio of exploration projects prospective for gold and silver. Bonaventure Enterprises Inc.'s website is Investor information, call (604) 718-2800, FAX (604) 718-2808.

About White Knight Resources Ltd.

White Knight is an exploration company active in finding and exploring mineral prospects. The Company has been exploring Nevada since 1993 and currently controls the second largest land holding in the Cortez Trend. Its property portfolio includes 18 properties (over 60,000 acres), sixteen of which are located in the Cortez Trend. A drill program of 70,000+ feet has been recently completed. The Company anticipates a similar program for 2006. For more information visit the website at or contact Kareen McKinnon at (604) 681-4462.


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