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Alamos Provides Exploration Update and Announces Results of Annual General Meeting

Friday, June 04, 2010

Alamos Provides Exploration Update and Announces Results of Annual General Meeting06:00 EDT Friday, June 04, 2010TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - June 4, 2010) - Alamos Gold Inc. (TSX:AGI) ("Alamos" or the "Company") announces exploration results from ongoing drilling programs at its Mexican and Turkish properties. The Company also announces the voting results of its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders that was held on June 2, 2010.Mulatos Exploration UpdateAt the Mulatos Project in Mexico, three reverse-circulation ("RC") and one core drill rig have drilled over 26,500 metres ("m") in 138 holes since the beginning of the year with a focus on San Carlos, the Puerto del Aire ("PdA") Extension, and the Mulatos Pit. Figure 1 at the end of this press release identifies the location of these projects.San CarlosA total of 9,920 m of drilling in 48 holes has been completed at San Carlos in 2010. Drilling continues to focus on upgrading established inferred mineral resources to the measured and indicated categories, expanding the known limits of the mineralized system, and further defining the zones of high-grade gold mineralization.Notable new assay results include: - 10SC072 9.90 m grading 14.71 grams of gold per tonne ("g/t Au") - 10SC080 21.34 m grading 1.27 g/t Au - 10SC081 16.75 m grading 6.41 g/t Au - 10SC086 13.72 m grading 3.06 g/t Au - 10SC088 19.82 m grading 2.11 g/t Au - 10SC091 22.86 m grading 1.18 g/t Au Holes 10SC072, 10SC081 and 10SC086 were targeting lateral extensions of the San Carlos high-grade gold zone and these drill results demonstrate both the continuity and robustness of the zone. The other drill intercepts outlined above are representative of the lower-grade main zone that envelopes the high-grade zone.The San Carlos mineralized zone, as defined by the distribution of silica alteration, is both stratabound and structurally controlled, extends for at least 400 m along strike from the Mulatos River, is up to 300 m wide, and up to 100 m thick.The high-grade mineralization, which is also both structurally- and stratigraphically-controlled, is at least 270 m long. The western portion of this high grade zone is primarily structurally controlled and forms a zone up to 45 m wide and 75 m thick. The eastern portion of this zone, which is principally stratabound, is up to 90 m wide and 20 m thick.Additional assay results and drill hole collar data are presented in tables 1 and 2, respectively. Drill hole locations for the San Carlos program are presented in Figure 2.Puerto del Aire ExtensionAt the PdA Extension, the drill program continues to focus on expanding the mineralized zone to the northeast and infill drilling a recently discovered high-grade zone. A total of 10,425 m in 32 holes has been completed at the PdA Extension this year.Notable new assay results include: - 10PA204 13.3 m grading 4.08 g/t Au - 10PA213 10.7 m grading 4.69 g/t Au Drill hole 10PA204 is a follow-up drill hole located 100 m east of drill hole 10PA192 (18.3 m grading 2.70 g/t Au) and it is interpreted to represent a lateral extension of the high-grade zone intercepted in 10PA192. Also of notable interest is the identification of additional barren mafic dykes in the area, which are interpreted to be spatially related to high-grade mineralization at San Carlos.Drill hole 10PA213 is noteworthy as it is believed be a 100 m southern extension of the high-grade zone initially encountered in drill hole 09PA144 (50.3 m grading 10.06 g/t Au).Relevant assay results and drill hole collar data received during the quarter are presented in tables 3 and 4, respectively. Drill hole locations for the PdA Extension program are presented in Figure 3 at the end of this release.Agi Dagi and Kirazli Exploration and Development UpdateDrilling at the Company's Agi Dagi and Kirazli projects on the Biga Peninsula of northwestern Turkey started on March 20, 2010 and is progressing well. A total of 4,500 m in 27 drill holes have been completed using four core rigs. Drilling has primarily focused on collecting representative samples for metallurgical and geotechnical testing purposes from the Agi Dagi property.Notable recent assay results include: - 10AD354 19.0 m grading 1.06 g/t Au - 10AD355 72.5 m grading 0.87 g/t Au - 10AD359 28.0 m grading 1.93 g/t Au - 10AD361 48.8 m grading 2.89 g/t Au - 10AD364 50.2 m grading 4.20 g/t Au - 10AD366 14.8 m grading 5.02 g/t Au Metallurgical, geotechnical, and infill drill holes are generally confirming expected grades and thicknesses, while some infill holes, such as 10AD359 and 10AD364, are significantly exceeding expectations in terms of gold grade. Drilling results are also demonstrating the continuity of the mineralized zones within the established mineral resources. The metallurgical, geotechnical, and geological data collected from the 2010 drill program will be incorporated into the combined pre-feasibility study for the Agi Dagi and Kirazli properties, which is expected to be completed during the first half of 2011.Relevant assay results and drill hole collar data received during the quarter are presented in tables 5 and 6, respectively. Drill hole locations from the Agi Dagi program are presented in figures 4 and 5 at the end of this press release.Alamos Gold Inc. Announces Results of Annual General Meeting of ShareholdersThe Company announces voting results of its Annual General Meeting of Shareholders held on Wednesday, June 2, 2010. Matter Voted On Outcome --------------- ------- To set the number of Directors at seven Approved The election of seven Directors Approved To appoint auditors and to authorize the Directors to fix their remuneration Approved The Company also announces the following change: - Mr. John Van De Beuken did not stand for re-election to the Board of Directors. QA/QC ProgramsMulatos exploration programs are conducted under the supervision of Ken Balleweg, B.Sc. Geological Engineering, M.Sc. Geology, Registered Professional Geologist, Alamos' Mexico Exploration Manager. Agi Dagi and Kirazli exploration programs are conducted under the supervision of Dominique Fournier, B.Sc. Geology, PhD. Geology, Registered Professional Geologist, Alamos' Turkey Exploration Manager. Both are Qualified Persons as defined by National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators. Strict sampling and QA/QC protocol are followed, including the insertion of standards, blanks, and duplicates on a regular basis. Sample intervals are usually 1.0 to 1.5 m. Mulatos samples are sent to ALS Chemex Inc. in Hermosillo, Mexico for sample preparation and then to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada for analysis. Agi Dagi samples are sent to Acme Analytical Laboratories in Ankara, Turkey for sample preparation and then to Vancouver, British Columbia, Canada or Santiago, Chile for analysis. Analytical method is fire assay with atomic adsorption finish and gravimetric finish for individual samples with a gold concentration greater than 3.0 g/t Au. Composites presented in the assay results tables include intervals at greater than 0.5 g/t (Mulatos) or greater than 0.2 g/t Au (Agi Dagi and Kirazli) over a 3-m minimum width, no assays are cut unless indicated.About AlamosAlamos is an established Canadian-based gold producer that owns and operates the Mulatos Mine in Mexico, and has exploration and development activities in Mexico and Turkey. The Company employs nearly 500 people in Mexico and Turkey and is committed to the highest standards of environmental management, social responsibility, and health and safety for its employees and neighbouring communities. Alamos has over US$157 million cash on hand, is debt-free, and unhedged to the price of gold. Alamos' common shares are traded on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol "AGI".Cautionary NoteNo stock exchange, securities commission or other regulatory authority has approved or disapproved the information contained herein. This News Release includes certain "forward-looking statements". All statements other than statements of historical fact included in this release, including without limitation statements regarding forecast gold production, gold grades, recoveries, waste-to-ore ratios, total cash costs, potential mineralization and reserves, exploration results, and future plans and objectives of Alamos, are forward-looking statements that involve various risks and uncertainties. These forward-looking statements include, but are not limited to, statements with respect to mining and processing of mined ore, achieving projected recovery rates, anticipated production rates and mine life, operating efficiencies, costs and expenditures, changes in mineral resources and conversion of mineral resources to proven and probable reserves, and other information that is based on forecasts of future operational or financial results, estimates of amounts not yet determinable and assumptions of management. Exploration results that include geophysics, sampling, and drill results on wide spacings may not be indicative of the occurrence of a mineral deposit. Such results do not provide assurance that further work will establish sufficient grade, continuity, metallurgical characteristics and economic potential to be classed as a category of mineral resource. A mineral resource which is classified as "inferred" or "indicated" has a great amount of uncertainty as to its existence and economic and legal feasibility. It cannot be assumed that any or part of an "indicated mineral resource" or "inferred mineral resource" will ever be upgraded to a higher category of resource. Investors are cautioned not to assume that all or any part of mineral deposits in these categories will ever be converted into proven and probable reserves.Any statements that express or involve discussions with respect to predictions, expectations, beliefs, plans, projections, objectives, assumptions or future events or performance (often, but not always, using words or phrases such as "expects" or "does not expect", "is expected", "anticipates" or "does not anticipate", "plans", "estimates" or "intends", or stating that certain actions, events or results "may", "could", "would", "might" or "will" be taken, occur or be achieved) are not statements of historical fact and may be "forward-looking statements." Forward-looking statements are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties which could cause actual events or results to differ from those reflected in the forward-looking statements.There can be no assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from Alamos' expectations include, among others, risks related to international operations, the actual results of current exploration activities, conclusions of economic evaluations and changes in project parameters as plans continue to be refined as well as future prices of gold and silver, as well as those factors discussed in the section entitled "Risk Factors" in Alamos' Annual Information Form. Although Alamos has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. Cautionary Note to United States Investors Concerning Estimates of Measured, Indicated and Inferred Resources: This press release uses the terms "Measured", "Indicated", and "Inferred" resources. United States investors are advised that while such terms are recognized and required by Canadian regulations, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission does not recognize them. "Inferred Mineral Resources" have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence, and as to their economic and legal feasibility. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an Inferred Mineral Resource will ever be upgraded to a higher category. Under Canadian rules, estimates of Inferred Mineral Resources may not form the basis of feasibility or pre-feasibility studies. United States investors are cautioned not to assume that all or any part of Measured or Indicated Mineral Resources will ever be converted into Mineral Reserves. United States investors are also cautioned not to assume that all or any part of a Mineral Resource is economically or legally mineable.To view the Figures associated with this release, please visit the following links: http://www.alamosgold.com//Theme/Alamos/files/PressReleases/20100604/20100604_Figure01.JPGhttp://www.alamosgold.com//Theme/Alamos/files/PressReleases/20100604/20100604_Figure02.JPGhttp://www.alamosgold.com//Theme/Alamos/files/PressReleases/20100604/20100604_Figure03.JPGhttp://www.alamosgold.com//Theme/Alamos/files/PressReleases/20100604/20100604_Figure04.JPGhttp://www.alamosgold.com//Theme/Alamos/files/PressReleases/20100604/20100604_Figure05.JPGhttp://www.alamosgold.com//Theme/Alamos/files/PressReleases/20100604/20100604_Figure06.JPG Table 1: San Carlos - Select Composite Intervals(1) Include intervals at greater than 0.5 g/t Au over a 3 metres minimum width, no assay cut (unless indicated) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Drill Hole Drilling Total Depth Assay (g/t Number Method(2) (m) From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Au) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC071 RC 275.91 166.16 173.78 7.62 0.58 251.52 266.77 15.25 0.88 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC072 Core 254.60 164.80 174.70 9.90 14.71 Inc. 166.32 172.40 6.08 23.49 190.40 193.50 3.10 0.55 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC073 RC 282.01 246.95 256.10 9.15 0.91 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC074 RC 213.41 172.26 181.40 9.14 0.70 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC075 RC 274.39 175.30 178.35 3.05 4.83 237.80 245.43 7.63 0.93 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC076 RC 288.11 227.13 237.80 10.67 0.90 263.72 268.29 4.57 0.73 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC077 RC 274.39 195.12 198.17 3.05 0.72 201.22 207.32 6.10 0.66 221.04 224.09 3.05 0.81 239.33 243.90 4.57 0.59 246.95 250.00 3.05 0.76 253.05 257.62 4.57 0.79 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC078 RC 300.30 213.41 227.13 13.72 0.83 231.71 237.80 6.09 1.56 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC080 RC 217.99 97.56 118.90 21.34 1.27 147.87 157.01 9.14 1.13 173.78 179.88 6.10 1.37 184.45 187.50 3.05 0.65 207.32 213.41 6.09 1.60 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC081 RC 213.41 111.28 128.05 16.77 6.41 Inc. 111.28 123.48 12.20 8.07 153.96 160.06 6.10 1.25 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC084 RC 91.46 7.62 13.72 6.10 1.59 16.77 22.87 6.10 0.96 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC085 RC 242.38 181.40 184.45 3.05 1.16 189.02 192.07 3.05 2.37 201.22 205.79 4.57 0.61 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC086 RC 86.89 25.91 30.49 4.58 0.57 42.68 51.83 9.15 1.09 62.50 76.22 13.72 3.06 Inc. 70.12 76.22 6.10 6.21 79.27 83.84 4.57 4.49 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC087 RC 91.46 No Intervals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC088 RC 152.44 41.16 60.98 19.82 2.11 64.02 68.60 4.58 3.33 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC089 RC 91.46 No Intervals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC090 RC 91.46 13.72 18.29 4.57 1.03 24.39 27.44 3.05 1.98 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC091 RC 178.35 21.34 25.91 4.57 0.57 30.49 39.63 9.14 0.89 47.26 70.12 22.86 1.18 92.99 105.18 12.19 0.93 115.85 120.43 4.58 1.39 132.62 135.67 3.05 0.62 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC092 RC 60.98 7.62 22.87 15.25 0.98 30.49 33.54 3.05 0.62 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC093 RC 150.91 24.39 33.54 9.15 1.20 38.11 44.21 6.10 1.58 80.79 88.41 7.62 0.58 91.46 96.04 4.58 0.67 147.87 150.91 3.04 2.03 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC094 RC 182.93 33.54 41.16 7.62 0.68 60.98 67.07 6.09 0.58 86.89 89.94 3.05 0.74 121.95 140.24 18.29 0.80 144.82 150.91 6.09 0.65 157.01 160.06 3.05 0.59 163.11 169.21 6.10 1.18 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC095 RC 60.98 No Intervals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC096 RC 91.46 10.67 13.72 3.05 3.64 44.21 59.45 15.24 1.36 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- (1) Due to the exploratory nature of this program and the variable orientations of the high-grade mineralized zones, the intersections presented herein may not necessarily represent the true width of mineralization (2) RC = Reverse Circulation Hole Table 2: San Carlos - Drill Hole Collar Data ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Drill Total Depth Azimuth Dip Easting NAD27-12 Northing NAD27- Hole (m) (degree) (degree) (m) 12 (m) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC071 275.91 0 degrees -75 degrees 722,658 3,172,985 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC072 254.60 0 degrees -60 degrees 722,656 3,173,051 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC073 282.01 0 degrees -67 degrees 722,657 3,172,986 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC074 213.41 0 degrees -90 degrees 722,791 3,172,895 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC075 274.39 0 degrees -50 degrees 722,657 3,172,987 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC076 288.11 0 degrees -80 degrees 722,739 3,173,136 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC077 274.39 0 degrees -50 degrees 722,656 3,172,988 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC078 300.30 0 degrees -60 degrees 722,787 3,172,980 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC080 217.99 0 degrees -68 degrees 722,656 3,173,051 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC081 213.41 0 degrees -45 degrees 722,523 3,173,014 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC084 91.46 0 degrees -45 degrees 722,424 3,173,116 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC085 242.38 0 degrees -60 degrees 722,790 3,172,895 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC086 86.89 180 degrees -45 degrees 722,424 3,173,116 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC087 91.46 0 degrees -50 degrees 722,400 3,173,125 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC088 152.44 0 degrees -50 degrees 722,415 3,173,026 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC089 91.46 0 degrees -50 degrees 722,400 3,173,097 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC090 91.46 0 degrees -90 degrees 722,424 3,173,116 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC091 178.35 0 degrees -70 degrees 722,415 3,173,026 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC092 60.98 0 degrees -50 degrees 722,424 3,173,116 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC093 150.91 195 degrees -45 degrees 722,424 3,173,116 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC094 182.93 0 degrees -90 degrees 722,415 3,173,026 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC095 60.98 0 degrees -45 degrees 722,455 3,173,117 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10SC096 91.46 0 degrees -45 degrees 722,455 3,172,117 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Table 3: Puerto del Aire Extension - Select Composite Intervals(1) Include intervals at greater than 0.5 g/t Au over a 3 metres minimum width, no assay cut (unless indicated) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Drill Hole Drilling Total Depth Assay (g/t Number Method(2) (m) From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Au) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA190 RC/Core 364.05 291.10 295.10 12.25 0.74 310.30 315.20 4.90 0.76 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA193 RC/Core 395.05 328.57 339.21 10.64 1.09 345.29 349.85 4.56 0.80 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA198 RC/Core 335.65 No Intervals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA204 RC/Core 481.30 426.30 439.60 13.30 4.08 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA206 RC/Core 440.95 395.95 403.85 7.90 1.10 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA207 RC 309.45 No Intervals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA208 RC 213.41 135.67 140.24 4.57 0.58 179.88 182.93 3.05 0.58 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA209 RC 321.65 No Intervals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA210 RC 163.11 No Intervals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA211 RC 211.89 No Intervals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA212 RC 342.99 300.30 310.98 10.68 0.91 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA213 RC 358.23 233.23 237.80 4.57 0.77 243.90 254.57 10.67 4.69 257.62 260.67 3.05 0.76 269.82 289.63 19.81 1.13 306.40 309.45 3.05 0.72 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA214 RC 318.60 No Intervals ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA215 RC 344.51 283.54 286.59 3.05 1.08 312.50 318.60 6.10 0.58 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA216 RC 321.65 312.50 315.55 3.05 0.55 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- (1) Due to the exploratory nature of this program and the variable orientations of the high-grade mineralized zones, the intersections presented herein may not necessarily represent the true width of mineralization (2) RC = Reverse Circulation Hole Table 4: Puerto del Aire Extension - Drill Hole Collar Data ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Drill Total Depth Azimuth Dip Easting NAD27-12 Northing NAD27- Hole (m) (degree) (degree) (m) 12 (m) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA190 364.05 330 degrees -60 degrees 722,112 3,171,662 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA193 395.05 330 degrees -80 degrees 722,254 3,171,898 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA198 335.65 150 degrees -77 degrees 722,129 3,171,821 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA204 481.30 150 degrees -60 degrees 722,659 3,172,089 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA206 440.95 150 degrees -80 degrees 722,659 3,172,090 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA207 309.45 330 degrees -60 degrees 723,123 3,172,102 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA208 213.41 0 degrees -90 degrees 723,194 3,172,319 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA209 321.65 0 degrees -90 degrees 723,006 3,172,200 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA210 163.11 150 degrees -60 degrees 723,011 3,172,403 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA211 211.89 330 degrees -60 degrees 723,152 3,171,593 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA212 342.99 330 degrees -80 degrees 722,627 3,171,797 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA213 358.23 0 degrees -90 degrees 722,017 3,171,797 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA214 318.60 0 degrees -90 degrees 722,041 3,171,747 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA215 344.51 0 degrees -90 degrees 722,092 3,171,891 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10PA216 321.65 0 degrees -90 degrees 722,041 3,171,983 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Table 5: Agi Dagi - Select Composite Intervals(1) Include intervals at greater than 0.2 g/t Au over a 3 metres minimum width, no assay cut (unless indicated) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Drill Hole Drilling Total Depth Assay (g/t Number Method (m) From (m) To (m) Interval (m) Au) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-354 Core 119.20 0.00 19.00 19.00 1.06 23.50 35.50 12.00 0.70 41.50 57.50 16.00 0.82 70.00 76.00 6.00 0.63 89.50 101.60 12.10 0.95 113.20 117.30 4.10 3.12 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-355 Core 143.00 2.70 15.80 13.10 0.45 20.30 23.30 3.00 0.41 33.30 41.00 7.70 0.25 48.80 121.30 72.50 0.87 131.80 134.20 2.40 0.63 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-356 Core 110.60 23.20 26.20 3.00 0.26 38.00 106.10 68.10 0.39 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-357 Core 110.00 50.00 93.10 43.10 0.67 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-358 Core 145.40 5.30 17.80 12.50 1.00 26.60 31.00 4.40 0.26 98.30 128.20 29.90 0.66 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-359 Core 150.50 5.50 8.50 3.00 0.45 26.50 54.50 28.00 1.93 59.00 82.90 23.90 0.63 100.80 103.80 3.00 0.38 106.80 114.00 7.20 0.43 120.30 140.00 19.70 1.08 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-360 Core 154.40 20.70 27.90 7.20 0.41 32.10 59.00 26.90 0.43 72.00 143.60 71.60 0.89 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-361 Core 152.4 37.80 40.80 3.00 0.46 52.20 101.00 48.80 2.89 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-362 Core 113.20 27.30 71.60 44.30 0.58 74.60 86.60 12.00 0.41 89.60 95.80 6.20 0.21 103.30 106.30 3.00 0.28 109.30 113.20 3.90 1.21 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-363 Core 150.10 6.00 19.40 13.40 0.21 25.40 38.90 13.50 0.39 49.00 55.00 6.00 0.25 58.00 77.80 19.80 0.32 83.40 87.90 4.50 0.26 90.90 95.70 4.80 0.23 100.20 129.80 29.60 0.26 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-364 Core 120.00 0.00 50.20 50.20 4.20 54.30 70.50 16.20 0.77 87.50 90.50 3.00 0.60 98.50 103.00 4.50 0.32 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-365 Core 180.00 7.20 20.00 12.80 0.40 23.00 43.50 19.50 0.46 48.50 53.00 4.50 0.34 96.50 110.50 14.00 0.31 116.50 131.30 14.80 0.83 144.50 155.20 10.70 0.53 164.50 179.00 14.50 0.48 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-366 Core 192.6 52.50 55.00 3.00 0.34 61.10 75.90 14.80 5.02 82.90 89.00 6.10 0.80 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-367 Core 140.30 66.70 72.70 6.00 0.73 80.00 83.00 3.00 0.38 105.50 118.80 13.30 0.85 130.00 135.00 5.00 0.56 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-368 Core 194.50 1.50 44.00 42.50 0.70 48.70 109.40 60.70 0.64 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-369 Core 151.10 37.30 47.50 10.20 0.47 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- (1) Due to the exploratory nature of this program and the variable orientations of the high-grade mineralized zones, the intersections presented herein may not necessarily represent the true width of mineralization Table 6: Agi Dagi - Drill Hole Collar Data ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- Easting Northing Total Depth Azimuth UTM35N - UTM35N - Drill Hole (m) (degree) Dip (degree) ED-50 (m) ED-50 (m) ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-354 119.20 310 degrees -78 degrees 495,137 4,413,492 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-355 143.00 130 degrees -60 degrees 495,057 4,413,706 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-356 110.60 130 degrees -60 degrees 494,907 4,413,751 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-357 110.00 130 degrees -60 degrees 497,369 4,415,599 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-358 145.40 130 degrees -60 degrees 497,335 4,415,699 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-359 150.50 133 degrees -60 degrees 495,144 4,413,650 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-360 154.40 210 degrees -80 degrees 495,122 4,413,714 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-361 152.40 130 degrees -55 degrees 497,248 4,415,850 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-362 113.20 20 degrees -80 degrees 495,122 4,413,714 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-363 150.10 150 degrees -60 degrees 494,923 4,413,811 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-364 120.00 0 degrees -90 degrees 495,087 4,413,546 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-366 192.60 130 degrees -59 degrees 497,128 4,415,787 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-365 180.00 218 degrees -58 degrees 495,258 4.413,601 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-367 140.30 130 degrees -60 degrees 495,150 4,413,543 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-368 194.50 130 degrees -60 degrees 495,247 4,413,734 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- 10-AD-369 151.10 130 degrees -60 degrees 494,974 4,413,593 ---------------------------------------------------------------------------- FOR FURTHER INFORMATION PLEASE CONTACT: Alamos Gold Inc. John A. McCluskey President and Chief Executive Officer (416) 368-9932 or Alamos Gold Inc. Jeremy Link Manager, Investor Relations (416) 368-9932 The TSX has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.