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Sunshine Oilsands Ltd. Poll Results of Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders Held on May 7, 2013 (Hong Kong Time) and May 6, 2013 (Calgary Time)

Tuesday, May 07, 2013

Sunshine Oilsands Ltd. Poll Results of Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders Held on May 7, 2013 (Hong Kong Time) and May 6, 2013 (Calgary Time)

11:58 EDT Tuesday, May 07, 2013

HONG KONG, May 7, 2013 /CNW/ - Reference is made to the notice of the Annual General and Special Meeting (the "Meeting" of Sunshine Oilsands Ltd. (the "Corporation") dated March 27, 2013 (the "Notice").

The board of directors (the "Board") is pleased to announce that the resolutions (except for resolution 10 set out below), as set out in the Notice, were duly passed by the shareholders of the Corporation (the "Shareholders") by way of poll at the Meeting held on May 7, 2013 (Hong Kong time) and May 6, 2013 (Calgary time). Computershare Hong Kong Investor Services Limited, the Hong Kong share register of the Corporation, was appointed as the scrutineer for the vote-taking at the Meeting.

The poll results in respect of all the resolutions proposed at the Meeting are set out below:

Class A Common Voting Shares ("Shares")

Ordinary Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting
Rights present
at the Meeting

For

Against

1. To approve the fixing the number of directors of the Corporation at ten (10).

1,446,898,695 (99.997858%)

31,000 (0.002142%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

Ordinary Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting
Rights present
at the Meeting

For

Withhold from voting

2. To elect the following directors for the ensuing year:

(a) Michael John Hibberd

1,360,262,045 (99.859343%)

1,916,000 (0.140657%)

1,362,178,045

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

(b) Songning Shen

1,360,728,045 (99.859391%)

1,916,000 (0.140609%)

1,362,644,045

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

(c) Hok Ming Tseung

1,360,758,045 (99.861593%)

1,886,000 (0.138407%)

1,362,644,045

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

(d) Tingan Liu

1,446,928,695 (99.999931%)

1,000 (0.000069%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

(e) Haotian Li

1,360,758,045 (99.861593%)

1,886,000 (0.138407%)

1,362,644,045

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

(f) Gregory George Turnbull, QC

1,360,758,045 (99.861593%)

1,886,000 (0.138407%)

1,362,644,045

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

(g) Raymond Shengti Fong

1,446,928,695 (99.999931%)

1,000 (0.000069%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

(h) Robert John Herdman

1,446,928,695 (99.999931%)

1,000 (0.000069%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

(i) Wazir Chand Seth

1,436,524,695 (99.280891%)

10,405,000 (0.719109%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

(j) Gerald Franklin Stevenson

1,436,524,695 (99.280891%)

10,405,000 (0.719109%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

Ordinary Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting
Rights present at the Meeting

For

Against

3. To appoint Deloitte Touche LLP as auditors of the Corporation for the ensuing year and authorising the directors of the Corporation to fix their remuneration as such.

1,446,928,695 (99.999931%)

1,000 (0.000069%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

Ordinary Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting Rights present at the Meeting

For

Against

4. To approve certain amendments requested by the Toronto Stock Exchange to the share option scheme of the Corporation approved by the Shareholders on January 26, 2012 attached as Exhibit 1 of Schedule C to the Management Information Circular dated March 27, 2013 (the "Circular").

1,352,090,045 (93.445456%)

94,839,650 (6.554544%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

Ordinary Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting
Rights present
at the Meeting

For

Against

5. To approve certain amendments to the Corporation's Post IPO Share Option Scheme (as defined in the Circular) and Pre IPO Plan (as defined in the Circular) with respect to automatically extending the term of stock options where such term expires within or immediately following a trading blackout period, as more particularly described in the accompanying Circular.

1,444,743,695 (99.848921%)

2,186,000 (0.151079%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

Ordinary Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting Rights present at the Meeting

For

Against

6. To approve the refreshing of the ten percent (10%) mandate under the Corporation's Post IPO Share Option Scheme.

1,338,176,774 (92.483884%)

108,752,921 (7.516116%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

Ordinary Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting Rights present at the Meeting

For

Against

7. To approve the Corporation's Employee Share Savings Plan (the "ESSP") and granting the board a specific mandate to allot and issue, pursuant to the ESSP, a maximum number of new shares equal to one percent (1%) of the issued and outstanding shares as at the date of adoption of the ESSP.

1,352,137,674 (93.448747%)

94,792,021 (6.551253%)

1,446,929,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

Ordinary Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting Rights present at the Meeting

For

Against

8. To approve a proposal for the Corporation to grant to the Board a general mandate to allot, issue and otherwise deal with un issued Shares not exceeding twenty percent (20%) of its issued share capital.

1,348,804,645 (92.543632%)

108,675,050 (7.456368%)

1,457,479,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

Ordinary Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting
Rights present at the Meeting

For

Against

9. To approve a proposal for the Corporation to grant to the Board a general mandate to allot, issue and otherwise deal with un issued Shares not exceeding twenty percent (20%) of its issued share

capital.

1,457,328,695 (99.989640%)

151,000 (0.010360%)

1,457,479,695

The resolution was duly passed as an ordinary resolution.

Special Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting Rights present at the Meeting

For

Against

10. To approve a consolidation of the Corporation's Shares, Class G Shares and Class H Shares, on the basis of one (1) post consolidation share of each respective class for every ten (10) pre consolidation shares of the same class.

281,119,500 (19.428691%)

1,165,810,195 (80.571309%)

1,446,929,695

Class G Shares

Special Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting Rights present at the Meeting

For

Against

10. To approve a consolidation of the Corporation's Shares, Class G Shares and Class H Shares, on the basis of one (1) post consolidation share of each respective class for every ten (10) pre consolidation shares of the same class.

32,850,000 (100%)

0 (0%)

32,850,000

Class H Shares

Special Resolution

Number of Votes (%)

Total Voting Rights present at the Meeting

For

Against

10. To approve a consolidation of the Corporation's Shares, Class G Shares and Class H Shares, on the basis of one (1) post consolidation share of each respective class for every ten (10) pre consolidation shares of the same class.

0 (0%)

15,000,000 (100%)

15,000,000

The proposed special resolution regarding the consolidation of the Corporation's Shares, Class G Shares and Class H Shares, on the basis of one (1) post consolidation share of each respective class for every ten (10) pre consolidation shares of the same class was not passed at the Meeting.

The Board will consider a share consolidation at a future date when conditions are appropriate.

Please refer to the Management Information Circular dated March 27, 2013 for the full text of these resolutions.

As at March 28, 2013 which is the record date for determination of the Shareholders who are entitled to receive the notice of, and to attend and vote at the Meeting, the total number of shares of the Corporation was 2,870,338,161 Shares, 58,890,000 Class G Shares and 22,200,000 Class H Shares, which was the total number of shares entitling the holders to attend and vote for or against the resolutions proposed at the Meeting. There were no restrictions on the holders of the Shares to attend and vote for or against the resolutions proposed at the Meeting. There were no Shares entitling the Shareholders to attend and abstain from voting in favour of any of the proposed resolutions at the Meeting resolutions as set out in Rule 13.40 of the Rules Governing the Listing of Securities on The Stock Exchange of Hong Kong Limited (the "Listing Rules"). No Shareholder was required under the Listing Rules to abstain from voting for approving the resolutions proposed at the Meeting. No parties were indicated in the Circular that they intended to vote against or to abstain from voting on any resolutions at the Meeting.

ABOUT SUNSHINE OILSANDS LTD.

Sunshine Oilsands Ltd. ("Sunshine") (HKEX: 2012; TSX: SUO) is one of the largest non-partnered holders of oil sands leases by area in the Athabasca oil sands region, which is located in the province of Alberta, Canada. Since the Company's incorporation on 22 February 2007, Sunshine has secured over one million acres of oil sands leases (equal to approximately 7% of all granted leases in this area).

The Company's principal operations are the exploration, development and production of its diverse portfolio of oil sands leases. Its principal operating regions in the Athabasca area are at West Ells, Thickwood, Legend Lake, Harper, Muskwa, Goffer, Pelican and Portage. Sunshine's oil sands leases are grouped into three main asset categories: clastics, carbonates and conventional heavy oil.

SOURCE: Sunshine Oilsands Ltd.

For further information:

Sunshine Oilsands Ltd., Mr. John Zahary, President & CEO; Mr. David Sealock, Executive VP, Corporate Operations, (1) 403 984 1446, investorrelations@sunshineoilsands.com

http://www.sunshineoilsands.com

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