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Douglas Lake Minerals' Appoints World Renowned Geologist Professor David Groves to Its Board of Directors.

VANCOUVER, Canada -- Harp Sangha, CEO/President of Douglas Lake Minerals Inc. (OTCBB:DLKM), announced the company has appointed world renowned geologist Professor David Groves to its Board of Directors. David brings over 35 years of experience working in mining and exploration with a strong focus on gold exploration and geology in Tanzania.

"We believe that Professor Groves will provide considerable added depth to our Board," said Harp Sangha, CEO/President of Douglas Lake Minerals Inc. "His knowledge of mining and exploration in Tanzania is extensive, having consulted to the country's Geological Survey Department. Joining our board is a testament to our accomplishments in Tanzania as he has reviewed the company's business model, portfolio of gold properties, and geological data. We are extremely proud to have him join our Board of Directors."

David graduated with a BSc Honours and PhD, then started his career working for the Geological Survey of Tasmania. In 1972, he joined the University of Western Australia where he progressed to full Professor by 1987. He taught undergraduate classes in field and structural geology and ore genesis/economic geology. From 1987 to 2005, David was Director of both the Centre for Strategic Mineral Deposits and the Centre for Global Metallogeny. During his academic career, Professor Groves authored or co-authored over 500 papers and supervised over 80 PhD, 35 MSc and 120 BSc Honours students. He published widely on Archaean evolution, the nature and genesis of komatiite-hosted Ni-Cu and orogenic gold deposits, global metallogeny and conceptual targeting of mineral deposits.

He has been President of the Geological Society of Australia and the Society of Economic Geologists, and is currently President-Elect of SGA (European Society of Economic Geologists). He has received nine medals for his research, including the Silver Medal of the Society of Economic Geologists and the Geological Association of Canada Medal. David has also been contracted as a consultant to the Geological Survey of Tanzania. He is currently Chairman of Directors and Consultant Geologist to Redstone Resources Ltd., an Australian junior with major ground holdings in the Musgrave Ranges of Central Australia.

About Douglas Lake Minerals, A Royalty-Based Company

Our vision at Douglas Lake Minerals is to focus on exploring and developing gold, copper, nickel, uranium and diamond mining opportunities in Tanzania, a country with vast amounts of undeveloped mineral-rich natural resources. We are exploring and developing our large portfolio of prospecting concessions through royalty-based joint venture partnerships. Our strategy is to provide investors with considerable upside potential while minimizing future shareholder dilution through our royalty partnerships (www.douglaslakeminerals.com).

NOTE: No Exchange has either approved or disapproved the information contained herein. This news release many contain forward-looking statements based on assumptions and judgments of management regarding future events or results that may prove to be inaccurate as a result of exploration

and risk factors beyond its control; and actual results may differ materially from expected results. The Company will not update forward-looking statements as conditions change. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from the Company's expectations are disclosed in the Company's quarterly and other periodic filings with the SEC.
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