Upper Canada Gold Corporation

September 10, 2010 18:06 ET

Upper Canada Gold Corporation Announces Assay Results From the Dingman Property 2010 Drilling

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Sept. 10, 2010) - Upper Canada Gold Corporation (the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:UCC) announces selected drill hole results from the drill program that commenced in early March 2010 on the Company's 100% owned Dingman Property.

The following assay results, corresponding to the 20th to the 21st drill holes, of a twenty four hole drill program at the Dingman Property are as follows:

Assay Results Received For Upper Canada Gold 2010 Drilling - Dingman Project
DH-ID Section Dip From To Length Au
    (degree) (m) (m) (m) (g/t)
DI-10-11A L75E, 125N -61.0 169.0 214.2 45.2 0.70
  Including:   169.0 172.0 3.0 0.81
      172.8 175.3 2.5 1.94
      180.5 183.0 2.5 1.38
      185.3 188.7 3.4 1.76
      195.7 202.1 6.4 1.07
      202.5 205.7 3.2 0.84
      212.0 214.2 2.2 0.53
DI-10-11B L75E, 125N -46.5 161.2 193.0 31.8 3.17
  Including:   161.2 167.8 6.6 6.06
    Includes 164.5 164.8 0.3 117.41
      170.3 176.3 6.0 7.60
    Includes 170.3 170.7 0.4 80.32
      178.4 181.0 2.6 3.67
      191.0 193.0 2.0 1.04

The true widths of these mineralized zones are approximately 70% of the above Dingman drill intercept widths.

Drill holes DI-10-11A & B were drilled on a section (L75E) where there was little prior information. A small portion of DI-87-07 occurs, as its is oblique to the section, above DI-10-11B and contains erratically distributed gold values above 0.4 g Au/t. Opawica drilled a deep hole (DI-09-15) well below DI-10-11A and intersected 0.62g Au/t over 45.0m.

Drill holes DI-10-12A & B were drilled on this section below DI-10-11A and above DI-09-15. Results from these holes are pending.

Drilling on section L75E encountered a mineralized zone that appears to decrease in grade at depth (3.17 g Au/t over 31.8m to 0.70 g Au/t over 45.2m. The overall widths of the mineralized zone are somewhat less than those encountered on sections to the west and on section L100E 25m to the east. The mineralized zone appears to "pinch" in thickness in section L75E.

The corporation believes that these the above reported drilling has increased the contained mineralization and increased the confidence in the extrapolation of mineralization between drill holes.

The Corporation began drilling on March 5, 2010 and, as of July 9, 2010, has drilled 24 drill holes in 14 drill setups (DI-10-01A to DI-10-13) totaling 6,546 metres. Assays results are pending for eight drill holes. The above drill hole program completes the initial phase of drilling.

The drill program is focused on extending the mineralization beneath the current resource base from approximately 200 m to 300 m below surface. As described further in the Company's NI-43-101 compliant technical report on the Dingman Property dated September 15, 2009 and filed on SEDAR, the indicated resource estimate for the Dingman Property includes a total of 8,801,000 tonnes at 0.97 g/t Au. The inferred resource estimate is a total of 11,301,000 tonnes at 0.98 g/t Au. These resources are based on a 0.40 g/t Au cut-off grade and a capping Au strategy of 30 g/t.

Fire assaying for the Dingman property was completed by AGAT Laboratories of Mississauga, Ontario.

This release has been reviewed by Michael Leahey, [P.Geo.], who is a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101 and is responsible for the drill program.

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward Looking Statements:

Some of the statements contained herein may be forward-looking statements which involve known and unknown risks and uncertainties. Without limitation, statements regarding potential mineralization, resources and expansion of resources, recoveries, exploration results, and future plans and objectives of the Company are forward looking statements that involve various degrees of risk. The following are important factors that could cause the Company's actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward looking statements: changes in the world price of mineral commodities, general market conditions, risks inherent in mineral exploration, risks associated with mine permitting, metallurgy, development, construction and mining operations, the uncertainty of the determination of mineable ounces of gold and copper in pounds or other minerals in pounds, or the future profitability of the Company's projects.

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