C2C Gold Corporation Inc.

C2C Gold Corporation Inc.

April 01, 2009 15:01 ET

C2C's Gold Production to Increase in Ecuador

QUEBEC CITY, CANADA--(Marketwire - April 1, 2009) - Yves Gagnon, president of C2C Gold Corporation Inc. (TSX VENTURE:CCN) (the "Company" or "C2C"), is pleased to announce that the Joint Venture, 50% owned by C2C, that is operating the Paraiso-Pambil mine located in Ecuador has received specialized milling equipments sent from Canada on the mine site last week.

These specialized milling equipments representing a global investment of over 500 000 $ will help modernizing the actual milling infrastructure to boost its efficiency and its production output by upgrading the technological level of the milling process, which is part of C2C's contract commitments to boost the productivity of the Paraiso-Pambil Complex.

As a result of these improvements, the total gold production from the Paraiso-Pambil Mine-Mill Complex is expected to increase significantly in the next few months as soon as the installation will be completed.

The Paraiso-Pambil mine and mill complex is presently operating uninterrupted, 7 days a week under the Joint Venture Management and with C2C's professional people improved technique upgrades.

About C2C

C2C is an active gold producer working in southwestern Ecuador.

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