SOURCE: Diamond Discoveries International Corp.

July 06, 2006 09:55 ET

Diamond Discoveries 2006 Quebec Exploration Program Underway

TORONTO -- (MARKET WIRE) -- July 6, 2006 -- Diamond Discoveries International Corp. (OTCBB: DMDD) is pleased to provide a summary of its initial 2006 Quebec exploration plans. As per the Company's news release of May 8th, 2006, DMDD has entered into an option agreement with Tres-Or Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: TRS) ("Tres-Or") to explore for diamonds on Tres-Or's Quebec property. Tres-Or's Quebec property is located near the town of Notre Dame du Nord, and includes 5 known kimberlites, including 2 discovered by Tres-Or in 2004.

The Timiskaming region of Ontario and Quebec hosts diamond-bearing kimberlites including Contact Diamond Corp.'s significantly diamondiferous 95-2 pipe, and has the potential for discovery of large diamond-bearing bodies, as demonstrated by Tres-Or's large (+ 21 hectare) Lapointe Kimberlite discovery in 2005.

DMDD's initial exploration of the property will focus on 4 target areas as follows:

1.   A priority magnetic target with a signature consistent with a
     kimberlite pipe;
2.   Exploration of satellite pipes and potentially untested phases
     associated with the Guigues kimberlite pipe;
3.   Extension of Tres-Or's ND-63 kimberlite dyke discovery of 2004; and
4.   Exploration of a strong kimberlite indicator mineral train in the
     southern part of the property.
News from these exploration programs will be released as soon as results become available, and further exploration activities on the Quebec project will be announced in the near future.

Harrison Cookenboo,Ph.D.,P.Geo.,Senior Asssociate Geologist with Watts,Griffis and McOuat, and a Qualified Person by the standards of National Instrument 43-101 has reviewed the contents of this news release. Dr. Cookenboo is responsible for the design and the implementation of the field programs. Tres-Or is the project operator.

On Behalf of the Board
"Edward C. Williams"
Mr. Edward C. Williams, Chairman
About Diamond Discoveries International Corp.

Diamond Discoveries International Corp. (OTCBB: DMDD) is a U.S. exploration company with executive offices in Toronto, Ontario. Through its wholly owned subsidiary Diamond Discoveries (Canada) Inc. it controls certain mineral permits in the Torngat Mountains Peninsula, north-eastern Quebec, and is jointly exploring Tres-Or's Notre Dame du Nord properties in the Timiskaming region of northwestern Quebec. The company is focused on exploring for diamonds.

About Watts,Griffis and McOuat

WGM is a firm of consulting geologists and engineers which has served the international mining community since 1962. Due diligence reviews, ore reserve audits and valuation assignments completed in over 120 countries have contributed to the firm's worldwide reputation of excellence.

About Tres-Or Resources Ltd.

Tres-Or Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: TRS) is a Canadian resource exploration company focused on the exploration of diamond and precious/base metal properties in Canada. The properties which the Company owns or which it is currently evaluating for acquisition are located in the traditional mining areas of northeastern Ontario and northwestern Quebec. Tres-Or recently announced the discovery of the largest diamond-bearing kimberlite in Ontario, the Lapointe Kimberlite Pipe. Tres-Or's Quebec projects host 3 kimberlite pipes and 2 kimberlite bodies discovered by drilling. All the Tres-Or projects in the Temagami and Timiskaming regions of Ontario and Quebec have excellent infrastructure to support exploration and development. Roads, power and a qualified workforce are all in close proximity. Tres-Or has signed a historic Diamond Exploration Agreement with the Timiskaming First Nation on traditional territorial lands in Ontario and Quebec. Additional information related to the Company is available at

Forward-Looking Statements

This news release contains discussion of items that may constitute forward-looking statements within the meaning of securities laws that involves risks and uncertainties. Although the company believes the expectations reflected in such forward-looking statements are based on reasonable assumptions, it can give no assurances that its expectations will be achieved. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from expectations include the effects of general economic conditions, actions by government authorities, uncertainties associated with contract negotiations, additional financing requirements, market acceptance of the Company's products and competitive pressures. These factors and others are more fully discussed in company filings with U.S. securities regulatory authorities.

Contact Information

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    Edward C. Williams

    Diamond Discoveries International Corp.
    Remo Niceforo

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