Mustang Minerals Corp.

Mustang Minerals Corp.

November 19, 2009 10:15 ET

Mustang and Sagkeeng First Nation Conclude Memorandum of Understanding for Manitoba Nickel Projects

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Nov. 19, 2009) - The Board of Directors of Mustang Minerals Corp., (TSX VENTURE:MUM)(FRANKFURT:NJF)("Mustang") today announced that Mustang and the Manitoba based Sagkeeng First Nation had concluded and signed an Agreement, in the form of a Memorandum of Understanding (MOU) dated November 18, 2009. The Agreement is modeled on the Memorandum of Understanding between the Mining Association of Manitoba and the Manitoba Keewatinowi Okimakanak, Inc., a Manitoba First Nation organization.

The Agreement is the first step in the process of engagement between Mustang and the Sagkeeng to promote greater participation in the mineral industry by the Sagkeeng First Nation as well as greater understanding and co-operation between the Sagkeeng First Nation and Mustang Minerals Corp. – a mineral exploration and development Company focused on responsible and sustainable mineral development. The Memorandum of Understanding is intended to enhance and support the recognition and an enhanced mutual understanding of constitutionally established aboriginal and treaty rights and economic development processes and opportunities within the current regulatory framework for both parties.

Mustang's most advanced project is the Maskwa Nickel project for which a prefeasibility study was completed in May 2008. Since that time Mustang has continued exploration and project development activities at the project. An updated resource estimate was announced October 26, 2009 for the project. Mustang will henceforth call the project the "Makwa" Nickel Project to reflect the Ojibway pronunciation for the word "bear".

Mustang's other exploration interests in southeast Manitoba which are within the Sagkeeng FN traditional land area are the Mayville copper-nickel project and the Irgon lithium-rare earths project.

Ian Ward P.Eng. is the Qualified Person for Mustang Minerals for this release under National Instrument 43-101.

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