Gravity West Mining Corp.
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Gravity West Mining Corp.

September 18, 2007 09:00 ET

Gravity West to Acquire Additional 21,250 Acres of Sibley Basin Uranium Rights

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Sept. 18, 2007) - Gravity West Mining Corp. (TSX VENTURE:GRW) is pleased to announce it has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with Cascadia International Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:CJ) to enter into a formal agreement whereby Gravity West and Cascadia will exchange reciprocal rights to explore each other's mineral properties in the Sibley Basin, Ontario, for specific metals.

Gravity West will explore Cascadia ground for uranium and Cascadia will explore Gravity West ground for nickel. No additional consideration is to be exchanged with respect to the exchange of exploration rights.

This new agreement brings Gravity West's Sibley Basin uranium landholdings to 71,930 acres or over 112 square miles, including a 100% interest in 50,680 acres. Cascadia's property is located on the northernmost of the three east-west greenstone belts crossing the Sibley Basin and is considered highly prospective for uranium. Gravity West already holds most of the central belt, while RPT Uranium dominates the southern belt. These greenstone belts could have the same potential as the Wollaston Belt under the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, which hosts most of the uranium deposits in the province.

The MOU calls for Gravity West and Cascadia to share aerial survey and geological data, as well as share some exploration expenses. Aerial surveys have already been completed on both companies' properties. Either party will have the right to bring in a joint venture partner. A 2% NSR will be maintained by either party on each deposit found on their titled ground by the other party.

Gravity West's direct neighbour to the south, RPT Uranium (TSX VENTURE:RPT) recently announced a 10,000-metre drill program focusing on the Split Rapids area, near the Black Sturgeon fault zone, focusing on several clusters of uranium-bearing veins along a 900-metre-long Archean iron formation. RPT's recent highlights in the area include 1.50 metres of 2.99 per cent U3O8 (hole BS05-30), 0.72 metre of 4.68 per cent U3O8 (hole BSE07-03) and 6.35 metres of 0.222 per cent U3O8 (hole BSE07-31). Drilling continues.

Gravity West's 50,680 acres of 100% owned ground, the Gull Bay properties and the Voltaire Lake properties, includes an eight-kilometre-long section of the Black Sturgeon fault zone extending northward from RPT Uranium Corp.'s ground, directly onto Gravity West ground.

Livio Susin, Gravity West president points out that: "In addition to our substantial current ground position, we are very pleased to expand our presence in the Sibley Basin. RPT Uranium's most recent results suggest the that the uranium potential of the Sibley Basin has been greatly enhanced."

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

Livio Susin, President and Director

Forward-Looking Statements:

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