Frontera Copper Corporation

Frontera Copper Corporation

May 12, 2009 18:18 ET

Frontera Continues to British Columbia

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - May 12, 2009) - Frontera Copper Corporation ("Frontera") has continued its corporate jurisdiction from the federal jurisdiction of Canada to the Province of British Columbia (the "Continuance"). The Frontera shareholders sought to continue Frontera to British Columbia in order to permit the appointment of a greater number of directors who are not Canadian residents. The British Columbia Business Corporations Act (the "BC Act") does not require any directors to be Canadian residents. Pursuant to section 305 of the BC Act, after the Continuance: (i) the property, rights and interests of Frontera before the continuation continue to be the property rights and interests of Frontera; (ii) Frontera continues to be liable for all of its existing obligations; (iii) an existing cause of action, claim or liability to prosecution against Frontera is unaffected by the Continuance; (iv) a legal proceeding being prosecuted or pending by or against Frontera may be prosecuted or its prosecution continued; and (v) a conviction against, or a ruling, order or judgment in favour of or against, Frontera continues to be enforceable by or against Frontera. Copies of Frontera's constituting documents after the Continuance, consisting of its Notice of Articles and Articles, are available on SEDAR.

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