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Beitrag144/144, 24.08.07, 17:30:44  | EWX - Osisko Mining WKN: 121433
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Beitrag143/144, 26.08.07, 21:20:13 
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Cool Cool besser als der sehr gut informierte User viena von WO kann ich es auch nicht
formulieren, deshalb zitiere ich mal:
".....
Nachdem einige mit OSISKO jetzt knappe 5.000 % verdient haben,
kommt die Frage nach dem noch vorhandenen Potential der Firma.
Vorab: Osisko hat bisher ca. 2% des gesamten Geländes bebohrt und bisher 6,5 Millionen Unzen nachgewiesen.
Mit Beginn des Monats Juli dürften nochmals 1,5 bis 2 Millionen Unzen nach 43-101 hinzukommen, sodaß wir in Nordamerika eine stattliche Größe darstellen.
Ich erwarte in den kommenden Monaten folgende Milestones, die ich aus Berichten der Firma und von Aussagen der Company ableite:
1. Erhöhung der nachgewiesenen Unzen auf mindestens 8 Millionen.
2. Vertrag über Ankauf des East Amphi Gebietes (aus alten
Schätzungen kann man ein zusätzliches Potential von ca.
2 Mio Unzen erwarten.)
3. Die Umsiedlung der ca. 250 Häuser von Malartic wird begonnen.
4. In 2007 wird die 10 Mio Unzen Grenze nach 43-101 überschritten.
5. Bei einem Kurs von ca. 8 can. Dollar werden sich einige Giganten
der Branche zu Übernahmegesprächen einfinden.
6. Die brasilianische Liegenschaft Castelho dos Sonhos wird
mit einem JV-Partner vorangetrieben.(Dieses Gebiet wird z.Z.mit
NULL bewertet ,obwohl man 2004 schon von über 1 Million Unzen
sprach.
7. In 2009 geht die größte Mill Nordamerikas- die für ca. 35
Millionen in Auftrag gegeben wurde- in Produktion!

In 2008 erwarte ich einen Kurs von 12 can Dollar
aufgrund der Faktenlage mit weit über 13 Millionen Unzen
nach 43-101. .."
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Beitrag142/144, 27.08.07, 12:41:28 
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Cool Cool damit avanciert Osisko Exploration neben Aurelian zu den größten Goldexploren i.Moment, wobei man sagen darf, Osisko hat den Vorteil der politischen Sicherheit, dafür niedrigere Gehalte - ist allerdings bei OpenPit auch nicht das Problem.
Hier gehts um Tonnage........
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Beitrag141/144, 27.08.07, 13:58:49 
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Osisko Outlines New Mineralized System at Malartic
Mineralization in Western Porphyry Zone could extend over 1200 metres Shocked Very Happy
MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Aug. 27, 2007) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK)( (FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce that results from a drill hole collared at the northwestern limit of the Canadian Malartic property, combined with preliminary compilation work on the recently acquired East Amphi property, indicates potential for a new, significant gold mineralized system in the Malartic camp, separate and distinct from the Canadian Malartic deposit.

Drilling in the 1980's on the Western Porphyry Zone, located approximately 1300 metres northwest of the western end of the Canadian Malartic deposit, outlined a mineralized system consisting of at least seven sets of mineralized auriferous quartz veins hosted by porphyry dyke swarms and volcanic rocks. The mineralized vein system is located within the Cadillac Break and was outlined over an area measuring 200 metres by 500 metres. The veins sets, however, were too narrow and intermittent to be of economic interest and little porphyry material was assayed outside of the vein sets.

Richmont Mines drilled a single inclined hole (FX06-01) at the southeastern limit of the system in 2006 and systematically assayed all drill core. This hole intersected 128.2 metres averaging 0.63 g/t Au (from 21.5 to 149.7 metres), all within porphyry. The porphyry dyke swarm continues beyond the Western Porphyry Zone in a southeastern direction for 700 metres, onto the Canadian Malartic property where it reaches the Malartic town limits. Osisko drilled a single inclined hole into porphyry (CM07-1011) at the town limits, i.e. 700 metres southeast of FX06-01, which returned 238.3 metres averaging 0.64 g/t Au (from 171.9 to 410.2 metres). In both holes, the porphyry contains few quartz veins and is relatively homogenously mineralized with 1 to 3 percent disseminated pyrite.

These results suggest potential for a large, low grade, porphyry-hosted gold system similar to that of the F Zone porphyry at Canadian Malartic. Geological compilation suggests that the entire porphyry swarm measures approximately 1200 meters in length, is 200 to 250 metres wide on surface, and that the swarm merges and expands into a single large intrusion that is 400 metres wide at a depth of 200 meters. It is worth noting that CM07-1011 stopped in mineralization, and that there has been no historical drilling in the Western Porphyry Zone designed or analyzed to test for a large tonnage, low grade gold deposit.

Osisko is now designing a reconnaissance drill program in order to test the bulk tonnage potential of the new mineralized zone. A series of holes collared along fences spaced two hundred metres apart will be drilled in the fall of 2007.

Commenting on the new discovery, Sean Roosen, President of Osisko stated: "We are very encouraged with ongoing exploration results on our property package in the Malartic camp and the potential it offers for low grade, bulk tonnage gold resources. The Western Porphyry Zone looks very promising and should it be mineralized throughout its 1200 metre length, we are obviously looking at potential for another significant gold resource, above and beyond what we are developing at the Canadian Malartic deposit. This zone offers a significant opportunity to outline new resources for Osisko and we are looking forward to continued exploration in this area".

In other developments, Osisko wishes to announce that The Board of Directors has approved an increase in the stock option program to a total of 13,400,000 from the previous maximum of 11,100,000 grantable options. The increase is to allow the Company to recruit and retain key individuals for the development of the Canadian Malartic Project.

The Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas are being evaluated for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. An updated NI 43-101 compliant, inferred gold resource estimate on the main deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report was filed on SEDAR on August 17, 2007. Mr. Robert Wares, P. Geo. and Executive Vice-President of Osisko, is the Qualified Person responsible for the technical information reported in this news release.
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Beitrag140/144, 05.09.07, 04:30:19 
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Cool Cool gestern Gap-schluß bei 5 Can$ erfolgreich geschafft; auf zu alten/neuen Höhen!

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Beitrag139/144, 07.09.07, 14:11:49 
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Sep 07, 2007 08:00 ET
Osisko Recruits Experienced Mine Development Team

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Sept. 7, 2007) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK) (FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce that it has completed the recruitment and appointment of the following key individuals who will form the core of its mine development group for the Canadian Malartic gold project.

Vice President Engineering and Construction: Mr. Luc Lessard, P. Eng.

Luc Lessard, has been appointed Vice President Engineering and Construction effective October 1, 2007. Mr. Lessard is a graduate of Laval University with a Bachelor of Applied Science in Mining Engineering and is a member of L'Ordre des Ingenieurs du Quebec. He has more than 20 years of progressive experience in mining development and operations, and has participated in several greenfield and brownfield mine construction and development/expansion projects in Quebec and South America. Mr. Lessard is currently Vice President Engineering and Construction with IAMGOLD Corporation. Mr. Lessard will be responsible for overseeing Osisko's Canadian Malartic feasibility study and subsequent construction and development of the project.

Vice President Sustainable Development: Mr. Jean-Sebastien David, M.Sc.

Jean-Sebastien David has been appointed as Vice President Sustainable Development with direct responsibilities for environmental aspects, health and safety, permitting and community relations. Mr. David has a B. Sc. in Geology and a Masters Degree in Project Management from the Universite du Quebec a Chicoutimi. Mr. David has held various positions in mining operations and in the environmental sector with large and medium size companies. He is currently General Manager - Sustainable Development with a large intermediate gold producer and will be joining Osisko in October.

Vice President Legal Affairs and Corporate Secretary: Mr. Andre Le Bel, LL.B.

Andre Le Bel is a graduate of Laval University (B.Sc. A., Consumer Studies) and holds a Bachelor of Laws (LL.B. Civil Law) from the Universite de Sherbrooke. He is a member of the Quebec Bar Association and has more than 10 years of experience in the administration of natural resource companies. Andre is currently Vice President Legal Affairs for an intermediate gold producer and will be joining Osisko in October.

Manager - Mining: Mr. Paul Johnson, P. Eng.

Mr. Paul Johnson holds a Bachelor of Science Mining Engineering degree from Laval University and is a member of L'Ordre des Ingenieurs du Quebec. Mr. Johnson has more than 25 years of progressive experience in large-scale open pit mining operations both in Quebec and internationally. Mr. Johnson will be responsible for the development of the mining plan, selection of open pit equipment, supervision of mining and equipment maintenance operations. He joins Osisko in late September.

Manager - Mineral Processing: Mr. Denis Cimon, P. Eng.

Denis Cimon brings to Osisko more than 20 years of professional experience in design and operating of large gold extractions plants. Mr. Cimon is a graduate of Laval University with a Bachelor of Science Mining Engineering degree (Mineral Processing) and a Masters of Science degree (Mineral Processing). He is a member of L'Ordre des Ingenieurs du Quebec. He will be directly responsible for overseeing the design of the mill, selection of processing equipment and mill and tailings operations. Mr. Cimon was recently involved in the design, start-up and successful operations of the Rosebel Mine in Suriname. He joins Osisko in mid-September.

Sean Roosen, President and CEO of Osisko stated: "We are extremely pleased to have this highly experienced group of Quebec-based mining professionals join Osisko. Their broad, in-depth experience with building and operating large open pit mines will help accelerate our feasibility study and our objective of subsequent project development for the Canadian Malartic Project. Osisko's expanding team has wide experience in Quebec and relationships with contractors, consultants, government authorities and mine operating personnel - all of which we believe will help ensure the ultimate success of the Project."

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $90 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration drilling campaign on the Canadian Malartic deposit and surrounding property. An updated NI 43-101 complaint, inferred gold resource estimate on the main deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report is available on SEDAR.
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Sep 11, 2007 08:00 ET
Osisko Awards Contracts for Feasibility
MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Sept. 11, 2007) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK) (FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce that it has awarded contracts for the overall feasibility, metallurgical design, engineering, open pit geotechnical investigations and tailings impoundments for the Canadian Malartic Project to BBA Inc. ("BBA") and Golder Associates ("Golder").

Based in Montreal, Quebec, BBA is a specialized mining engineering company with a group of highly qualified metallurgists, and mining, civil/structural, mechanical, electric and automation engineers with experience in the design and operation of high-tonnage, low-grade gold mining and processing projects. With over 350 employees, the mining and metallurgy group is located in Montreal.

Under the supervision of Luc Lessard, recently appointed Vice President of Engineering and Construction for Osisko (see Osisko press release dated September 7, 2007), the Feasibility Project Manager for BBA will be David Runnels, P.Eng., who has over 35 years experience in the process design and engineering management of mineral processing plants, and whose experience encompasses large open pit mines such as Omai, Troilus, Rosebel and El Pachon. Mr. Runnels and the BBA team have a strong prior working relationship with Mr. Lessard and other members of Osisko's recently appointed mine development team.

Golder has been awarded the contract for open pit geotechnical investigation and design of the tailings storage facility for the Canadian Malartic Project. Project Director for Golder will be Michel Julien, Senior Engineer from Golder's Montreal office, under the supervision of Luc Lessard from Osisko. Golder has a long history of involvement in mine waste management projects in Quebec and particularly in the Malartic area, with involvement in the East Malartic mine site dating back to the 1960's. Golder planned and designed the expansion of the East Malartic tailings basin for the Lac Minerals Doyon and Bousquet mines and was involved in the tailings facility up until the property was eventually sold by Barrick Gold Corporation in 2003. Subsequently Golder has been engaged by the Quebec Government in auditing the site.

Sean Roosen, President and CEO of Osisko, stated: "The Company is very pleased that we have been able to attract this highly experienced group of mining professionals to assist in the progression of our Canadian Malartic project towards feasibility. The combination of BBA's strong team and their prior close working relationship with Osisko's new mine development team, along with Golder's experience and in-depth familiarity with Malartic, should add up to a close-knit group that has a proven track-record of working very well in the past in the feasibility, development, commissioning and mining stages of other successful large open pit gold mines. We anticipate these newly awarded contracts will help accelerate our feasibility study and subsequent project development of the Canadian Malartic Project."

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $80 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling campaign on the property. An updated NI 43-101 complaint, inferred gold resource estimate on the main deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report is available on SEDAR.



For more information, please contact

Osisko Exploration Ltd.
John Burzynski
Vice-President Corporate Development
514-735-7131
www.osisko.com

or

Daniel Boase
Investor Relations
416-742-5600
Toll Free: 1-866-580-8891
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Beitrag137/144, 12.09.07, 07:34:26 
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Osisko drills 158.1 m averaging 2.29 g/t Au at Malartic


2007-09-11 17:15 ET - News Release

Mr. Robert Wares reports

OSISKO INTERSECTS 158 METRES AVERAGING 2.29 G/T AU AT CANADIAN MALARTIC

Osisko Exploration Ltd. has released new results from the 30-metre-by-30-metre infill drilling program at its 100-per-cent-owned Canadian Malartic gold property. Highlights from holes CM07-999 through to CM07-1100 are summarized below and include intersections that were either longer or better grade than expected, as well as new mineralized intersections in areas where barren rock was anticipated. All other results from the infill program, including sterilization holes immediately outside the deposit, are in line with expectations and continue to confirm the integrity of the geological and grade model for the deposit.

Intercepts that produced better-than-anticipated results include 158.1 m averaging 2.29 grams per tonne Au (CM07-999), 47.8 m averaging 3.04 g/t Au (CM07-1055) and 277.0 m averaging 1.22 g/t Au (CM07-1091). Details from nine selected holes are in the attached table.


Hole No. Section From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au g/t

CM07-999 3580E 1.7 159.8 158.1 2.29
including 53.5 64.0 10.5 13.31

CM07-1041 3444E 16.5 35.4 18.9 4.94

CM07-1055 3642E 18.2 66.0 47.8 3.04
including 31.0 49.5 18.5 5.53
and 130.5 235.0 104.5 1.20

CM07-1056 3730E 182.0 211.4 29.4 3.58

CM07-1060 3702E 128.1 256.5 128.4 1.29

CM07-1065 3580E 58.5 218.5 160.0 1.95
including 83.5 106.0 22.5 8.06
and 242.0 302.4 60.4 0.70

CM07-1068 3674E 28.5 47.0 18.5 1.60
and 109.5 206.5 97.0 1.73
including 184.0 194.5 10.5 12.46

CM07-1073 3642E 5.5 59.0 53.5 2.26
including 11.5 15.8 4.3 17.10
and 83.5 164.0 80.5 2.45
including 127.0 130.0 3.0 25.46

CM07-1091 3502E 2.5 279.5 277.0 1.22


New drill intercepts from areas that were not known to contain mineralization include 36.2 m averaging 3.14 g/t Au (CM07-1019) and 48.5 m averaging 3.01 g/t Au (CM07-1094). Details from the seven holes that intersected new mineralization are in the attached table.


Hole No. Section From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au g/t

CM07-1019 3380E 89.0 125.2 36.2 3.14

CM07-1034 3350E 8.5 26.5 18.0 2.57
and 54.5 72.5 18.0 2.81
and 87.5 134.0 46.5 1.08

CM07-1046 3230E 46.0 65.5 19.5 0.90
and 96.7 121.0 24.3 2.24

CM07-1094 4215E 201.0 249.5 48.5 3.01
including 230.0 233.0 3.0 38.80

CM07-1096 4215E 95.5 113.5 18.0 2.72

CM07-1097 4215E 72.5 125.0 52.5 0.79

CM07-1100 4277E 47.0 101.0 54.0 1.27


Drill holes CM07-1019 and -1034 are located west of the P zone and data now suggest that this zone plunges to the southwest. Drill hole CM07-1046 is a western extension of the F zone mineralization. Drill hole CM07 -1094 represents a depth extension to known mineralization, whereas drill holes CM07-1096, -1097 and -1100 represent new mineralized extensions in the area of the Gilbert zone.

Following a review of the 30-by-30 metre infill drill program, the company has elected to increase the current program from 150,000 metres to a total of 185,000 metres. The infill program is designed to collect data for a measured and indicated (M&I) resource estimate on the main portion of the deposit between lines 3140E and 4580E. This represents a distance of 1,440 metres, which is 77 per cent of the known 1,860-metre length of the deposit. The infill program has been increased in order to better define the higher grade envelope (greater than one g/t Au) in the core of the deposit, increase accuracy of the underground stope model and include the extension of the deposit between the Gilbert zone and section 4580E. As a result of the increased infill program, Osisko now plans to release the M&I resource estimate in second quarter 2008.

The Canadian Malartic gold deposit is still open to the southeast between lines 4400E and 4760E. Osisko is currently drill testing the southeastern extension to the Gouldie zone, located 700 metres southeast of the deposit. Eleven drill rigs are currently active on the property, and an additional four rigs will be added to the program by mid-October.

All NQ core assays were conducted using standard 50 g fire assaying-AA finish at ALS Chemex laboratories in Val d'Or, Que. Reported weighted averages were calculated using a minimum of 0.40 g/t Au over successive maximum intervals of 20 metres with no upper cut-off of individual assays.

Robert Wares, PGeo, and executive vice-president of Osisko, is the qualified person responsible for the technical information reported in this news release.
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mal etwas aus WOanders geliehen - der Thread dort ist voll von kompentenen Leuten zu Osisko!

Die Aktionärsstruktur sieht folgendermaßen aus:

Institutional: 33 Mio Shares
Management&Insiders 54 Mio Shares
Float : 44 Mio Shares

Vergleich mit anderen:

Viceroy........ 14,50$..53....Mio Shares 3 Mio Unzen....232..$/Unze
Virginia........ 15,53$..48,2.Mio Shares 2,7 Mio Unzen..250..$/Unze
Cumberland... 8,85$..80....Mio Shares 4 Mio Unzen.....171..$/Unze
Osisko........... 5,50$.156...Mio Shares 8,4 Mio Unzen....93..$/Unze
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OSISKO EXPLORATION LTD
Osisko Acquires East Malartic Mill Complex
9/12/2007
MONTREAL, QUEBEC, Sep 12, 2007 (MARKET WIRE via COMTEX News Network) --

Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: OSK)(FRANKFURT: EWX) is pleased to announce that it has completed the acquisition of the East Malartic Mill Complex located in Malartic, Quebec.

The East Malartic Mill, last operated by Barrick Gold Corporation in 2002, has been on "care and maintenance" since the termination of processing of ore from the former Bousquet Mine in the same year. At that time the complex had a milling capacity of up to 3,000 tonnes per day. The mill equipment was professionally placed in a stand-by state at the time of closure so that the mill could be restarted with minimal rehabilitation work. Osisko acquired the mill complex from the Government of Quebec and the town of Malartic under a private sale agreement and is now 100% owner of the mill complex and all ancillary buildings on the site. The company is currently using the former East Malartic administrative offices as its Canadian Malartic project headquarters.

Osisko has no current plans to rehabilitate and restart the current mill. The company, however, will review all possible options regarding its integration and potential uses for the currently developing Canadian Malartic project. In late 2006 Osisko signed a purchase agreement for the procurement of a new 38 foot SAG mill and two 24 foot ball mills with rated daily capacity of between 25,000 to 40,000 tonnes per day. This new equipment is scheduled for delivery to the Canadian Malartic site in early 2009.

Sean Roosen, President and CEO of Osisko stated: "The completion of the acquisition of the East Malartic Mill Complex is another significant step for Osisko, as it allows us to move forward with full use of the former mine site. The facility was left in excellent shape and we have already been able to put the administrative buildings to very good use for the rapidly expanding team at Malartic. Our new Vice President of Mining and Construction, Luc Lessard, and his team will be evaluating the potential uses of the milling equipment as we feel that this acquisition may have significant additional benefits for the company."

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $80 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign on the Canadian Malartic deposit and surrounding property. An updated NI 43-101 complaint, inferred gold resource estimate on the main deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report is available on SEDAR.

Contacts: Osisko Exploration Ltd. John Burzynski Vice-President Corporate Development 514-735-7131 www.osisko.com Daniel Boase Investor Relations 416-742-5600 Toll Free: 1-866-580-8891

SOURCE: Osisko Exploration Ltd.

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Beitrag134/144, 13.09.07, 12:47:16 
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Very Happy Mann o Mann die legen ein Tempo vor............die entsprechenden Kursreaktionen werden kommen! garantiert
habe die letzte News auch mal in Deutsch; die kleinere Mühle kann/wird schon ab 2008 in Produktion gehen können.............wäre ein Megaknaller; die Übernahmephantasie wächst; zumal Osisko im Vergleich stark unterbewertet ist

Osisko erwirbt Mühlenkomplex East Malartic

Die Mühle East Malartic, die zuletzt im Jahr 2002 von Barrick Gold Corporation betrieben wurde, befand sich seit dem Abschluss der Verarbeitung des Erzes aus der Mine Bousquet im selben Jahr in "Wartung und Pflege". Damals hatte der Komplex eine Verarbeitungskapazität von bis zu 3.000 Tonnen pro Tag. Das Mühlenequipment wurde zum Zeitpunkt der Schließung betriebsbereit aufgestellt, damit die Mühle ohne große Mühe wieder gestartet werden konnte. Osisko erwarb den Mühlenkomplex von der Regierung von Quebec und der Stadt Malartic im Rahmen eines privaten Verkaufsabkommens und ist nun zu 100% Besitzer des Mühlenkomplexes und aller Nebengebäude an diesem Standort. Das Unternehmen verwendet zurzeit das ehemalige Verwaltungsbüro von East Malartic als Hauptquartier des Projektes Canadian Malartic.

Osisko hat im Moment noch keine Pläne, die aktuelle Mühle wieder in Betrieb zu nehmen. Das Unternehmen wird jedoch sämtliche möglichen Option hinsichtlich ihrer Eingliederung und ihres potenziellen Nutzens für das Projekt Canadian Malartic, das zurzeit erschlossen wird, überprüfen. Ende 2006 unterzeichnete Osisko ein Kaufabkommen für die Beschaffung einer neuen 38 Fuß SAG-Mühle und zwei 24 Fuß Kugelmühlen mit einer Kapazität von 25.000 bis 40.000 Tonnen pro Tag. Dieses neue Equipment soll Anfang 2009 am Standort Canadian Malartic eintreffen.

Sean Roosen, President und CEO von Osisko, sagte: "Der Erwerb des Mühlenkomplexes East Malartic ist für Osisko ein weiterer wichtiger Schritt, da wir somit durch die Verwendung der früheren Mine Fortschritte machen können. Die Einrichtung wurde in exzellentem Zustand zurückgelassen, und wir konnten bereits die Verwaltungsgebäude für das schnell wachsende Team bei Malartic nutzen. Unser neuer Vice President of Mining and Construction, Luc Lessard, und sein Team werden den potenziellen Nutzen des Mühlenequipments evaluieren, da wir der Ansicht sind, dass dieser Kauf dem Unternehmen große Vorteile bringen wird."

Osisko Exploration Ltd. evaluiert zurzeit die Goldlagerstätte Canadian Malartic sowie die angrenzenden Gebiete für einen umfangreichen Tagebaubetrieb mit tonnenweise Schüttgut. Das Unternehmen ist mit einem Barbestand von etwa $ 80 Millionen außerordentlich kapitalkräftig und führt zurzeit auf dem Grundstück ein intensives Definitionsbohrprogramm durch. Eine aktualisierte Inferred Goldressourcenschätzung gemäß NI 43-101 an der Hauptlagerstätte wurde am 5. Juli 2007 veröffentlicht; der vollständige Bericht ist auf SEDAR erhältlich.
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sehr gute Leute kommen dazu - Schrittchen für Schrittchen..........

Sep 20, 2007 17:18 ET
Osisko Corporate Update
MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Sept. 20, 2007) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK)(FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce the appointment of Dr. Serge Vezina to the Board of Directors. Dr. Vezina has more than 40 years of progressive experience in the mining industry and was, until his retirement in June 2006, Vice President of Industrial Engineering and Environment at Cambior Inc. Dr. Vezina is well known within the Canadian mining industry, following a long and distinguished career and having served on various industry associations and government committees, including a term as President of the Quebec Mining Association. He is still active within the mining industry as a consultant and as an adjunct professor at McGill University in Montreal and Laval University in Quebec City. Mr. Rene Branchaud will be resigning from the Board and will remain as legal counsel to the Company.

The Board of Directors of the Company has granted incentive stock options to Dr. Vezina to purchase up to 600,000 common shares of Osisko at a price of $5.46 per share for a period of three years ending September 20, 2010.

Osisko also wishes to announce that, subject to the final approval of the TSX Venture Exchange, the Board of Directors has approved an increase in the number of common shares reserved for issuance under its current stock option plan from 11,100,000 to 13,400,000 shares, as well as the granting of incentive stock options to employees to purchase up to 1,725,000 common shares of Osisko at a price of $5.46 per share for a period of five years ending September 20, 2012. This will bring the maximum percentage of stock options that can be granted to 9.9 per cent of the number of issued shares.

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $80 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign on the Canadian Malartic deposit and surrounding property. An updated NI 43-101 compliant, inferred gold resource estimate on the main deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report is available on SEDAR.
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so, da haben wir es , das Umsiedlungsprogramm ist gestartet - diese Meldung iss Gold wert!!!

Oct 01, 2007 13:46 ET
Osisko Advances Community Relocation Plan


MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Oct. 1, 2007) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK)(FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce that it has entered into agreements to acquire strategic parcels of land in the Town of Malartic, in the new area targeted for the relocation program as outlined by urban planners working with the municipality and the Company. These purchase agreements will allow the Company to proceed with the next stage of planning of the relocation program, which will encompasse moving a number of residences and several institutional buildings from the southern portion of the town located within the area of influence of the planned future Canadian Malartic mine.

Since early 2006, Osisko has engaged in collaborative efforts with the residents, the Town of Malartic, and its professional advisors to identify the most desirable sector for the planning and development of the new neighbourhood. The current urban plan, as designed by consulting firms Devamco and Genivar, has 190 new lots scheduled for development. Furthermore, there is additional land available for future growth in the development area. Included in the program is the modification of a portion of the Malartic golf course to accommodate a new residential section along the northern part of the course.

The Company will begin the first phase of development of the new neighbourhood in October 2007, including the construction of infrastructure for the initial 23 lots. The Company has undertaken this first phase of the development program to demonstrate its commitment to ensuring the continued quality of life of the residents while advancing work towards final feasibility. This first phase of work represents an investment by Osisko of over $2 million towards community development, including acquisitions and development of new infrastructure. This budget will be expanded as the program advances.

Mr. Sean Roosen, President and Chief Executive Officer of Osisko, stated: "On behalf of the Company and the Board of Directors, I would like to take this opportunity to once again thank the residents of the Town of Malartic for their continued support of our project. We see this investment as an opportunity for Osisko to make a significant contribution to the community that will provide tangible long-term benefits to the town and local economy prior to the final feasibility. Osisko and the Town of Malartic have worked together to provide a well thought-out, viable and desirable relocation plan to the residents. It is our goal to make the Canadian Malartic project a significant contributor to the on-going development of the community of Malartic. We are very appreciative of the tremendous efforts and support of the Town Council, the Community Consultation Group and the urban planning and engineering professionals involved in the project. We are now at the point where we have a viable blueprint for relocation and are looking forward to breaking ground in the new neighbourhood."

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $80 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign on the Canadian Malartic deposit and surrounding properties. An updated NI 43-101 complaint, inferred gold resource estimate on the main deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report is available on SEDAR.
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in deutsch:

Osisko entwickelt Umsiedelungsplan weiter

MONTREAL, QUEBEC – 1. Oktober 2007 - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK; FRANKFURT:EWX) freut
sich bekannt zu geben, dass es Abkommen bezüglich des Erwerbes von strategischen Landpaketen in der
Stadt Malartic, im neuen Gebiet des Umsiedelungsprogramms gemäß den Städteplanungsarbeiten der
Gemeinde und des Unternehmens, unterzeichnet hat. Diese Kaufabkommen ermöglichen es dem Unternehmen,
mit der nächsten Planungsphase des Umsiedelungsprogramms fortzufahren, bei der eine Reihe von
Wohnhäusern und mehrere institutionelle Gebäude vom südlichen Teil der Stadt im betroffenen Gebiet der
zukünftigen geplanten Mine Canadian Malartic umgesiedelt werden.

Seit Anfang 2006 bemühte sich Osisko um eine Zusammenarbeit mit den Bewohnern, der Stadt Malartic
und deren professionellen Beratern, um den besten Abschnitt für die Planung und Erschließung eines
neuen Wohngebietes zu identifizieren. Der aktuelle Städtebauplan, der von den Beratungsunternehmen
Devamco und Genivar erstellt wurde, plante 190 neue Grundstücke, die entwickelt werden sollen. Des
Weiteren steht zusätzliches Land für zukünftiges Wachstum im erschlossenen Gebiet zur Verfügung. Das
Programm umfasst die Modifizierung eines Teils des Goldplatzes von Malartic, um eine neue Wohngegend
entlang des nördlichen Teils des Parcours errichten zu können.

Das Unternehmen wird die erste Erschließungsphase der neuen Wohngegend im Oktober 2007 beginnen,
einschließlich der Errichtung einer Infrastruktur für die ersten 23 Grundstücke. Das Unternehmen
führte bereits die erste Phase des Erschließungsprogramms durch, um sein Engagement bei der
Sicherstellung der Lebensqualität der Bewohner zu unterstreichen, während die weiteren Arbeiten von der
endgültigen Machbarkeit abhängen. Diese erste Arbeitsphase bedeutet für Osisko eine Investition von
über $ 2 Millionen in die Gemeindeerschließung, einschließlich des Erwerbes und der Erschließung
einer neuen Infrastruktur. Dieses Budget wird erweitert, sobald das Programm fortschreitet.

Sean Roosen, President und CEO von Osisko, sagte: "Ich möchte diese Gelegenheit nutzen und im Namen
des Unternehmens und des Board of Directors den Bewohnern der Stadt Malartic erneut für ihre
kontinuierliche Unterstützung unseres Projektes danken. Für Osisko ist diese Investition eine Möglichkeit,
einen bedeutenden Beitrag zur Gemeinde zu leisten, der der Stadt und der lokalen Wirtschaft vor der
endgültigen Machbarkeit langfristige Vorteile bringen wird. Osisko und die Stadt Malartic arbeiteten
zusammen, um einen gut durchdachten, umsetzbaren und erstrebenswerten Umsiedelungsplan für die
Bewohner zu erstellen. Es ist unser Ziel, durch das Projekt Canadian Malartic einen wichtigen Beitrag
zur fortlaufenden Entwicklung der Gemeinde Malartic zu leisten. Wir wissen den enormen Einsatz und
die Unterstützung des Projektes durch den Stadtrat, die Community Consultation Group, die Städteplanung
und die professionellen Techniker sehr zu schätzen. Wir sind nun an einem Punkt angelangt, wo wir
einen machbaren Entwurf für eine Umsiedelung erstellt haben und freuen uns bereits auf die Errichtung
einer neuen Wohngegend."

Osisko Exploration Ltd. evaluiert zurzeit die Goldlagerstätte Canadian Malartic sowie die angrenzenden
Gebiete für einen umfangreichen Tagebaubetrieb mit tonnenweise Schüttgut. Das Unternehmen ist mit
einem Barbestand von etwa $ 80 Millionen außerordentlich kapitalkräftig und führt zurzeit auf dem
Grundstück ein intensives Definitionsbohrprogramm durch. Eine aktualisierte Inferred Goldressourcenschätzung
gemäß NI 43-101 an der Hauptlagerstätte wurde am 5. Juli 2007 veröffentlicht; der vollständige Bericht
ist auf SEDAR erhältlich.

Weitere Informationen über:

Mr. John Burzynski
Vice-President Corporate Development
Tel. +1 (514) 735-7131

Daniel Boase
Investor Relations
Gebührenfrei: +1-866-580-8891

www.osisko.com
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juchu so, die nächste Zündstufe wurde gestern gestartet!
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so, ich denke in Kürze werden weiter BE eintrudeln und sicherlich auch weiters über den Gesamtfortschritt; vielleciht auch mal was zum Brasilien-Projekt
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up, daumen Umsiedlung verläuft planmäßig..........was will man mehr
Tuesday October 23 2007 - In the News
The Financial Post reports in its Tuesday edition that mining junior Osisko Exploration is famous because it is moving a whole town in northwestern Quebec to develop a gold project. The Post's Peter Koven and Jonathan Ratner write that at the 2007 Toronto Resource Investment Conference on Monday, spokesman Sylvie Prud'homme said the relocation is going well and the company has already started developing about 25 new lots where the Malartic residents will live. People now know where their homes will be, and Osisko will probably start moving them next spring. About 180 homes will be moved.
© 2007 Canjex Publishing Ltd.
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Very Happy kaum geschrieben schon da:

http://www.marketwire.com/mw/release.do?id=783859

Oct 23, 2007 08:57 ET
Osisko Discovers Extension to Barnat Zone

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Oct. 23, 2007) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK)(FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce that significant mineralization was intersected in DDH CM07-2008, collared 310 metres southeast of the South Barnat Zone. The overall intersection from 9.8 to 113.5 metres, including a barren zone from 49.9 to 71.7 metres, produced an average grade of 1.91 g/t Au over 103.7 metres. The new mineralized zone, hosted in a sequence of mineralized schistose carbonated ultramafic rocks and porphyry dykes, is open along strike to the east and contains intercepts of higher grade material, including 41.8 metres averaging 3.07 g/t Au:




--------------------------------------------------------------------Hole No. From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au g/tCM07-2008 9.8 49.9 40.1 1.73And 71.7 113.5 41.8 3.07including 71.7 77.4 5.7 12.37--------------------------------------------------------------------



The South Barnat Zone is located within the Cadillac fault zone, 1200 metres northeast of the center of the Canadian Malartic deposit. The South Barnat Zone was investigated by Osisko with a series of holes drilled in 2006 (see Osisko press release of August 9, 2006) in which higher grade porphyry-hosted mineralization was intersected in five holes spanning a strike length of 230 metres. Results from those drill holes are again tabled below for reference purposes:



South Barnat 2006 drill results
--------------------------------------------------------------------Hole No. From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au g/tBA06-1004 24.2 71.3 47.1 2.23including 54.0 58.5 4.5 7.89BA06-1005 33.2 100.6 67.4 3.66including 43.0 46.0 3.0 14.6including 73.5 82.5 9.0 10.7BA06-1006 106.2 117.7 11.5 3.56BA06-1007 52.1 109.7 57.6 4.11including 72.2 85.7 13.5 12.4BA06-1008 14.5 128.0 113.5 1.01And 150.5 152.0 1.50 9.63--------------------------------------------------------------------



The mineralized intersection in DDH CM07-2008 is very significant as it occurs along the southeastern strike extension of the South Barnat Zone where it joins an area located immediately north of the old East Malartic mine workings. This suggests potential for near surface mineralization in the South Barnat Zone along a total strike length of 540 metres and potential for further mineralization to the east along the north wall of the past-producing East Malartic mine.

The South Barnat zone is one of several significant exploration targets currently being tested by Osisko in the Malartic camp. Drilling is ongoing in the Southeastern Extension of the Canadian Malartic deposit towards the Gouldie Zone, and the next priority target to be tested in November 2007 is the Western Porphyry Zone, located within the Cadillac fault zone approximately 1000 metres northwest of the Canadian Malartic deposit. The latter is a high priority target with a 1200 metre strike length (see August 27, 2008 press release) hosting potential for a large, low grade, porphyry-hosted gold system similar to that of the F Zone porphyry at Canadian Malartic. Other targets, such as further extensions to the South Barnat Zone, will be in drill tested in Q1 2008.

All NQ core assays reported above were obtained by standard 50 g fire assaying-AA finish at ALS Chemex laboratories in Val d'Or, Quebec. Reported weighted averages were calculated using a minimum of 0.40 g/t Au over successive maximum intervals of 20 metres with no upper cut-off of individual assays.

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $80 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign. An updated NI 43-101 compliant, inferred gold resource estimate on the main Canadian Malartic deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report is available on SEDAR.

Mr. Robert Wares, P. Geo. and Executive Vice-President of Osisko, is the Qualified Person responsible for the technical information reported in this news release.
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sie erwacht wirklich! endlich ....... aber es kann jetzt heftig nach oben gehen und gleich 2 sehr schöne News am Freitga Abend noch_

nummer 1:

Oct 26, 2007 14:18 ET
Osisko Adds Fifteenth Drill Rig at Canadian Malartic - die Zahl muß man sich auf der Zunge zergehen lassen!

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Oct. 26, 2007) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK)(FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce that it has increased drilling capacity and core production on its 100% owned Canadian Malartic gold project in Malartic, Quebec, adding three more core rigs to the project in the month of October. The Company currently has fifteen fully-crewed core drills working on the main deposit and commencing exploration drilling programs on targets in the immediate surroundings.

This newly added drill capacity will allow Osisko to accelerate completion of the ongoing infill drill program by mid-Q1 2008, in anticipation of a Q2 2008 conversion of the main deposit from Inferred to Measured and Indicated status. The additional drills also allow the Company to accelerate exploration drilling on several principal targets outside the main deposit.

Osisko completed over 82,000 metres of core drilling in 2005 - 2006, and is projecting it will complete a total of over 220,000 metres by the end of 2007. With the ability to now carry out at least 20,000 metres of core drilling per month, Osisko plans to aggressively pursue exploration targets over the next 12 months. Exploration drilling is currently ongoing in the Southeast Extension of the main deposit and the Gouldie Zone. New drill programs have been outlined for the recently identified Western Porphyry Zone as well as the South Barnat Zone, and these programs are expected to commence in the month of November 2007.

Sean Roosen, President and CEO of Osisko stated: "In one of the biggest exploration cycles the industry has ever seen, it is tribute to the project team that we now have assembled one of the largest drill fleets of any project in the world. With 12 rigs on site in September we were able to complete over 17,000 metres, bringing our year to date total to about 100,000 metres of NQ core. Our drilling capacity should now meet at least 20,000 metres per month, and this is going to help accelerate the pace of completion of the infill program leading to the Measured and Indicated calculation next spring."

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $80 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign. An updated NI 43-101 compliant, inferred gold resource estimate on the main Canadian Malartic deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report is available on SEDAR.
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nummer 2: Oct 26, 2007 16:37 ET es wächst und wächst und wächst
Osisko Outlines New Gold Zone on Golden Valley's CHL Property
New Mineralization in Jeffrey Zone located 3.6 km from Canadian Malartic Deposit

MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Oct. 26, 2007) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK)(FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce that ongoing compilation on the Malartic CHL property, currently under option from Golden Valley Mines Ltd. (GZZ:TSX-V), has outlined a new porphyry-hosted gold mineralized zone (the "Jeffrey Zone"), located approximately 3.6 kilometres east of the center of the Canadian Malartic deposit and 2.1 kilometers east of recently announced drill hole CM07-2008 (see October 23, 2008 press release).

Compilation of historical drilling performed by East Malartic Mines in the 1930's and by Lac Minerals in the 1980's has outlined a zone of disseminated mineralization hosted within the CHL Porphyry intrusion where it comes into contact with the southern edge of the Cadillac fault. Notable historical intersections include:




---------------------------------------------------------Hole No. From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au g/t---------------------------------------------------------EMS-106 139.3 200.4 61.1 0.57---------------------------------------------------------EMS-107 118.2 196.9 78.7 0.62---------------------------------------------------------EMS-110 170.8 205.6 34.8 1.00---------------------------------------------------------G82-01 69.6 94.8 25.2 1.63---------------------------------------------------------G82-02 13.7 88.4 74.7 1.30---------------------------------------------------------G82-03 91.1 169.1 78.0 1.33---------------------------------------------------------G82-05 143.3 216.4 73.1 0.83------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------------



The east-west oriented Jeffrey Zone appears to extend over a distance of 800 meters and have a true thickness from 20 to 60 metres. Several of the historical holes stopped in disseminated mineralization and the system is open to depth beyond 150 meters. The porphyry body, as well as surrounding peripheral dykes that are hosted in volcanic rocks, contain higher-grade shear-hosted vein mineralization at deeper levels, including the following intersections (true widths unknown): 1.5 metres averaging 28.0 g/t Au (DDH EMS-240 from 127.0 to 128.5 metres); 14.0 metres averaging 10.2 g/t Au (DDH EM88-17 from 863.2 to 875.4 metres) and 4.1 metres averaging 9.0 g/t Au (DDH G83-07 from 179.6 to 183.7 metres).

Osisko also wishes to announce that grab samples collected from a waste dump of material derived from the main porphyry intrusion at the past-producing Amphi Mine yielded geologically significant results. The Amphi Mine is located 2.0 kilometres northwest of the center of the Canadian Malartic deposit and the porphyry intrusion formed the footwall of the mined-out ore body. Field observations made in the waste dumps and in the abandoned Amphi open pit indicate that the porphyritic material includes stockworks comprising at least four generations of mineralized, cross-cutting quartz-pyrite veins. One hundred and twenty-five (125) grab samples collected from the surface of the dumps yielded an average grade of 1.15 g/t Au, including 14 samples containing vein material that assayed up to 39.0 g/t Au. Porphyritic material free of veins produced values ranging from less than0.005 to 1.70 g/t Au. Although the results from the grab samples are not statistically significant, they nevertheless indicate potential for near-surface, low grade bulk tonnage mineralization within the Amphi porphyry intrusion. The Amphi porphyry extends for approximately 1.1 kilometers in a northwest direction, it is 50 to 110 metres thick and extends to a minimum depth of 200 metres.

The Jeffrey Zone and the Amphi Porphyry both constitute new, highly favorable exploration targets for low-grade, bulk tonnage mineralization in the Malartic camp. Osisko plans to drill-test these targets in Q1 2008 (total of 2,000 m of drilling on each target). As previously announced, other targets that will be drilled before year end include the Southeastern Extension of the Canadian Malartic deposit as well as the Western Porphyry Zone.

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $80 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign. An updated NI 43-101 compliant, inferred gold resource estimate on the main Canadian Malartic deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report is available on SEDAR.

All grab sample assays reported above were obtained by standard 30 g fire assaying-AA finish at ALS Chemex laboratories in Val d'Or, Quebec. Mr. Robert Wares, P. Geo. and Executive Vice-President of Osisko, is the Qualified Person responsible for the technical information reported in this news release.
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Oct 29, 2007 16:38 ET
Osisko Exploration Ltd. Announces C$75,075,000 "Bought Deal" Financing
TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Oct. 29, 2007) -

THIS NEWS RELEASE IS INTENDED FOR DISTRIBUTION IN CANADA ONLY AND IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES.

Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK) is pleased to announce that it has entered into an agreement with Westwind Partners Inc. as lead underwriter on behalf of a syndicate of underwriters (collectively, the "Underwriters") to purchase, on a bought deal private placement basis, 11,550,000 special warrants of the Company at a price of C$6.50 per special warrant, for aggregate gross proceeds of C$75,075,000. The Underwriters will arrange for purchasers of the special warrants. Each special warrant shall be automatically exercised for no additional consideration to acquire one unit in the capital of the Company, subject to adjustment in certain events, at 5:00pm (Toronto time) on the earliest of (a) the third business day after the date that a receipt is issued by the securities regulatory authorities in a jurisdiction of Canada for the Final Prospectus qualifying the units to be issued upon the exercise of the special warrants and (b) the date that is four months and one day following the closing date. Each unit will consist of one common share and one half of one common share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one additional common share of the Company at a price of C$7.90 for 24 months following completion of the offering.

The Underwriters will have the option to purchase up to an additional 7,700,000 special warrants at the issue price for a period of up to two days prior to closing for additional gross proceeds of up to C$50,050,000.

Osisko plans to use the net proceeds of this financing to fund the exploration and development of the Malartic project. The Underwriters shall receive compensation comprised of cash upon closing of the offering.

The offering is scheduled to close on or about November 15, 2007 and is subject to certain conditions including, but not limited to, the receipt of all necessary approvals including the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange. The securities to be issued under this offering will be offered by way of private placement exemptions in all the provinces of Canada, offshore including in the United Kingdom pursuant to applicable exemptions and in the United States on a private placement basis pursuant to exemptions from the registration requirements of the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended.

The securities being offered have not, nor will they be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, U.S. persons absent U.S. registration or an applicable exemption from the U.S. registration requirements. This release does not constitute an offer for sale of securities in the United States.


The TSX Venture Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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OSISKO RECEIVES APPROVAL FOR

TORONTO STOCK EXCHANGE LISTING

2007-11-13

(Montreal, November 13, 2007) Osisko Exploration Ltd. (OSK:TSX-V, EWX: Deutsche Boerse) is pleased to announce that has received the final approval of the Toronto Stock Exchange (TSX) to list the common shares of Osisko on the TSX. Osisko will have its common shares commence trading on the TSX on Thursday, November 15, 2007 under the symbol OSK. On commencement of exchange trading, Osisko's shares will be delisted and cease trading on the TSX Venture Exchange.



Sean Roosen, President and CEO of Osisko stated: “The move up to the TSX is an important milestone for Osisko as it progresses towards its goal of becoming a mid-tier gold producer with the development of the Canadian Malartic Project. The TSX is a premier global exchange for the mining industry and the TSX listing of Osisko should provide the company with improved liquidity, improved access to capital and broader market exposure”.



Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit in Quebec, as well as adjacent areas, for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $80 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign. The Company expects to close the recently announced $75 milllion bought deal private placement on November 15, 2007.
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Nov 14, 2007 08:43 ET
Osisko Annouces Exercise of Underwriters' Option for C$50,050,000
MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Nov. 14, 2007) - THIS NEWS RELEASE IS INTENDED FOR DISTRIBUTION IN CANADA ONLY AND IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES.

Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK) is pleased to announce that, further to the "bought deal" private placement announced on October 29, 2007, the syndicate of underwriters led by Westwind Partners Inc. (the "Underwriters"), and including National Bank Financial Inc., RBC Capital Markets, BMO Capital Markets, Paradigm Capital Inc. and Pacific International Securities Inc., exercised their option to purchase an additional 7,700,000 special warrants at the issue price for additional gross proceeds of C$50,050,000.

The securities being offered have not, nor will they be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, U.S. persons absent U.S. registration or an applicable exemption from the U.S. registration requirements. This release does not constitute an offer for sale of securities in the United States.


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THIS NEWS RELEASE IS INTENDED FOR DISTRIBUTION IN CANADA ONLY AND IS NOT AUTHORIZED FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWSWIRE SERVICES OR FOR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES.

OSISKO CLOSES C$125 MILLION FINANCING



2007-11-15



(Montreal, November 15, 2007) Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX-V:OSK) is pleased to announce that it has closed its previously announced brokered private placement with a syndicate of underwriters led by Westwind Partners Inc. and including National Bank Financial Inc., RBC Capital Markets, BMO Capital Markets, Paradigm Capital Inc. and PI Financial Corp. (the “Underwriters”). Osisko issued a total of 19,250,000 Special Warrants at a price of C$6.50 per Special Warrant, for aggregate gross proceeds of C$125,125,000.

Each special warrant shall be automatically exercised for no additional consideration to acquire one unit in the capital of the Company, subject to adjustment in certain events, at 5:00pm (Toronto time) on the earliest of (a) the third business day after the date that a receipt is issued by the securities regulatory authorities in a jurisdiction of Canada for the Final Prospectus qualifying the units to be issued upon the exercise of the special warrants and (b) the date that is four months and one day following the closing date. Each unit will consist of one common share and one half of one common share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one additional common share of the Company at a price of C$7.90 for 24 months following completion of the offering. Osisko will use the net proceeds of this financing to fund the exploration and development of the Canadian Malartic gold project.

Sean Roosen, President and CEO of Osisko, stated: “We are extremely pleased with the support that we have received during this financing and would like to thank all involved for their hard work. As a result of this support, our Company will have a very strong balance sheet with more than $200 million in cash resources, placing us in an excellent position to develop the Canadian Malartic gold project”.

The securities being offered have not, nor will they be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to, or for the account or benefit of, U.S. persons absent U.S. registration or an applicable exemption from the U.S. registration requirements. This release does not constitute an offer for sale of securities in the United States.



All statements other than statements of historical fact included herein, including, without limitation, statements regarding future plans and objectives of the company, are forward-looking statements that involve various risks, assumptions, estimates and uncertainties. These forward-looking statements reflect the current internal projections, expectations or beliefs of the Company and are based on information currently available to the Company. There can be no assurance that such forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate, and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. The Toronto Stock Exchange does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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Beitrag120/144, 03.12.07, 08:13:15 
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Mr. John Burzynski reports

OSISKO GEOCHEMICAL TEST WORK RETURNS POSITIVE RESULTS ON CANADIAN MALARTIC ORE

Osisko Exploration Ltd. has provided the results from geochemical analyses on four composite samples of gold mineralization from the Canadian Malartic deposit, which are currently undergoing metallurgical testwork at SGS Lakefield, located in Thunder Bay, Ont. The geochemical results indicate that mineralization at Canadian Malartic is devoid of undesirable contaminants, which is very positive from both a metallurgical and environmental point of view.

Four different samples (approximately 240 kilograms each) representing the four main ore types in the deposit were composited from 80 to 84 rejects selected from drill holes spanning the entire strike length of the deposit. Rejects were selected to approximate bulk average grade of the deposit (about 1.0 gram per tonne (g/t) Au).

Geochemical analyses on the composite samples in the "Geochemical analyses" table indicate that no deleterious elements are present in the deposit (arsenic, bismuth, cadmium, antimony), there are no significant base metals and only minor sulphur present in disseminated pyrite.


GEOCHEMICAL ANALYSES

Element K-CARB Silicified K-CARB Silicified
porphyry porphyry sediments sediments

Au (ppm) 1.10 1.10 1.13 1.08
Ag (ppm) 1.90 3.00 1.00 2.20
As (ppm) less than 30 less than 30 less than 30 less than 30
Bi (ppm) less than 20 less than 20 less than 20 less than 20
Cd (ppm) less than 2 less than 2 less than 2 less than 2
Sb (ppm) less than 10 less than 10 less than 10 less than 10
S (%) 1.02 1.14 1.19 1.96
Cu (ppm) 22 23 51 45
Mo (ppm) less than 5 5 less than 5 11
Pb (ppm) less than 30 less than 30 less than 30 less than 30
Zn (ppm) 43 57 74 80

K-CARB stands for potassic plus carbonate alteration, one part per million is
equal to one gram per tonne.



Metallurgical testwork is continuing and further results will be announced as they become available. Osisko Exploration is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The company is well financed with approximately $200-million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign. An updated National Instrument 43-101-compliant, inferred gold resource estimate on the main Canadian Malartic deposit was released on July 5, 2007, and the full report is available on SEDAR. Robert Wares, PGeo, and executive vice-president of Osisko, is the qualified person responsible for the technical information reported in this news release.
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Beitrag119/144, 03.12.07, 08:13:45 
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Osisko receives Canadian Malarctic test results


2007-11-28 08:33 ET - News Release

Mr. Sean Roosen reports

OSISKO REPORTS POSITIVE PHASE II METALLURGICAL TEST RESULTS

Osisko Exploration Ltd. has received positive phase II metallurgical results from its 100-per-cent-owned Canadian Malartic gold project. The phase II metallurgical program was designed to test direct whole ore cyanidation and cyanidation of flotation concentrate process to assess the gold recoveries of the Canadian Malartic orebody and to evaluate the optimum grind size for best economic gold recovery. Direct whole ore cyanidation reported recoveries from 80 per cent to 86 per cent on samples with a head grade representative of the Canadian Malartic orebody of one gram per tonne gold based on 80-per-cent, minus-200 mesh grind size. Flotation work indicates over 90-per-cent recovery of gold to the primary concentrate at a coarser grind size than the direct whole ore cyanidation route. Overall recovery is still pending.

Phase II metallurgical work regarding hardness and work index has confirmed numbers reported earlier in the National Instrument 43-101 report filed in January of 2007. The work index ranges from 12 to 16 kilowatt hours per ton. Canadian Malartic ore is considered to be abrasive and falls within the moderately hard category.

A phase III detailed metallurgical test program has now been initiated to optimize and fully evaluate the economic and environmental benefits of a flotation concentrate/cyanidation circuit, compared with a direct whole ore cyanidation circuit. The phase III testwork is specifically designed to evaluate the ability to increase throughput using the same grinding circuit equipment. This would reduce unit operation costs, resulting in lower operating costs and increased annual gold production. As both methods are providing robust recoveries, this more detailed test program will provide the economic basis for the final decision on the best recovery method for the Canadian Malartic process facility. Currently it is believed that both methods represent relatively similar capital costs. However, flotation does have advantages in terms of flexibility in handling more varied head grades and ore types. In addition, the flotation/cyanidation process route has potential to increase the production rate due to the benefit of being able to grind to a coarser size distribution.

The phase III detailed testwork should be completed by the end of the first quarter of 2008.

All testwork was carried out on composite samples prepared from fresh NQ core taken throughout the deposit, to provide representative quantities of all ore types and lithologies that would be encountered in potential mining.

Sean Roosen, president of Osisko, commented: "We are very encouraged by the positive results of the phase II work, which confirms the relatively simple metallurgical nature of the Canadian Malartic deposit. The phase III detailed testwork will help us better understand the benefits of a flotation circuit -- this is important to our shareholders and has ramifications beyond the Canadian Malartic deposit. It could provide us with added flexibility to deal with other deposits we may discover on the property, without major changes to the mill or additional capex in the future."

The metallurgical testwork for the Osisko Canadian Malartic project has been supervised and reviewed by David Runnels, PEng, of BBA Inc., who is a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101
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Beitrag118/144, 14.12.07, 22:25:50 
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bei aktuell 16 aktiven Rig´s auf dem Feld,
20.000 Bohrmeter / Monat aktuell !!!!!!
2 fast nur noch für Osisko arbeitenden Labore

und dem anstehenden Weihnachtsfest, rechne
ich in der nächsten Woche eigentlich schon noch mit ein
paar Geschenken ala Bohrergebnisse! Smile
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auch ohne "Geschenke" sehr guter Jahresendspurt!!!
zeigt die Richtung in die es 2008 geht! Smile
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Osisko Widens Extension at South Barnat Zone
MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Jan. 25, 2008) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK)(FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce that new mineralization has been intersected in DDH CM07-2030, a scissor hole collared 135 metres south of previously reported DDH CM07-2008, where significant mineralization was intersected in an extension to the South Barnat Zone (see October 23, 2007 press release). The new hole (DDH CM07-2030) intersected 1.89 g/t Au over 111.2 metres. It was inclined 50 degrees to the north towards DDH CM07-2008 (which was inclined 45 degrees to the south), along the same section. The table below outlines detailed intercepts from both holes:




---------------------------------------------------------------------Hole No. From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au g/t---------------------------------------------------------------------CM07-2030 56.5 167.7 111.2 1.89--------------------------------------------------------------------- including 129.0 132.0 3.0 6.96--------------------------------------------------------------------- including 163.0 167.7 4.7 7.15---------------------------------------------------------------------CM07-2008(i) 9.8 113.5 103.7 1.91--------------------------------------------------------------------- including 71.7 77.4 5.7 12.37---------------------------------------------------------------------(i) previously reported



These two holes define a vertical cross-section in which mineralization is located to the north and south of the old Barnat and East Malartic mine workings, largely along the southern edge of the Cadillac fault. The gold mineralization is hosted both in silicified greywackes of the Pontiac Group south of the fault contact and in schistose, carbonated ultramafic rocks and porphyry dykes to the north of the fault contact. The mineralized section defined by these holes occurs along the southeastern strike extension of the South Barnat Zone (initially drill defined by Osisko in 2006 with a series of 5 holes over a strike length of 230 metres). The new drill intersections and further compilation of historical data suggest a true mineralized width of approximately 100 metres along this new extension, and the current minimum strike length of the South Barnat Zone is now 600 metres. Gold mineralization in the South Barnat Zone remains open at depth and to the east along the north and south walls of the past-producing East Malartic mine.

The South Barnat Zone is a separate mineralized zone located approximately 1200 metres northeast of the center of the Canadian Malartic deposit. These significant new results have prompted Osisko management to initiate a definition drill program along the South Barnat zone on 25 metre section spacings. Detailed design of the program and void modeling of the South Barnat, as well as portion of the East Malartic mine workings, will begin immediately. The new program is estimated to comprise a minimum of 50,000 metres of core drilling.

All NQ core assays reported above were obtained by standard 50 g fire assaying-AA finish at ALS Chemex laboratories in Val d'Or, Quebec. Reported weighted averages were calculated using a minimum of 0.40 g/t Au over successive maximum intervals of 20 metres with no upper cut-off of individual assays.

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $180 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign. An updated NI 43-101 compliant, inferred gold resource estimate on the main Canadian Malartic deposit was released on July 5, 2007 and the full report is available on SEDAR.

Mr. Robert Wares, P. Geo. and Executive Vice-President of Osisko, is the Qualified Person responsible for the technical information reported in this news release.
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Osisko Intersects 151 Metres Averaging 2.10 g/t Au at Canadian Malartic
MONTREAL, QUEBEC--(Marketwire - Feb. 7, 2008) - Osisko Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:OSK)(FRANKFURT:EWX) is pleased to announce new results from the 30m x 30m infill drilling program at its 100%-owned Canadian Malartic gold property. Highlights from holes CM07-1101 through to CM07-1250 are summarized below and include intersections that were either longer or better grade than expected from the resource model, as well as new mineralized intersections in areas where barren rock was anticipated. All other results from the infill program, including sterilization holes immediately outside the deposit, are in line with expectations and continue to confirm the integrity of the resource model for the deposit.

Intercepts that produced better-than-anticipated results include 150.9 m averaging 2.10 g/t Au (CM07-1144) and 184.0 m averaging 1.27 g/t Au (CM07-1160). Details from seven selected holes are tabled below:




Hole No. Section From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au g/t
CM07-1109 3580E 216.5 278.5 62.0 1.48 And 302.5 468.5 166.0 0.66CM07-1118 3580E 13.0 168.4 155.4 1.15CM07-1125 4215E 164.5 323.4 158.9 0.97CM07-1140 3610E 36.4 331.6 295.2 0.84 including 91.0 140.0 49.0 1.71CM07-1144 3820E 136.1 287.5 150.9 2.10 including 243.5 279.0 35.5 4.66CM07-1160 3610E 32.0 216.0 184.0 1.27 including 121.4 157.5 36.1 2.38CM07-1161 3610E 47.0 69.5 22.5 3.52 including 65.1 69.5 4.4 10.9



New drill intercepts from areas that were not known to contain mineralization include 43.2 m averaging 2.62 g/t Au (CM07-1112) and 32.5 m averaging 1.41 g/t Au (CM07-1204). Details from the nine holes that intersected new mineralization are tabled below:



Hole No. Section From (m) To (m) Length (m) Au g/t
CM07-1112 3260E 45.3 88.5 43.2 2.62 And 262.0 303.5 41.5 1.36CM07-1126 3230E 52.0 62.0 10.0 1.59 And 113.3 128.0 14.7 0.50 And 150.5 183.5 33.0 1.07CM07-1129 3230E 29.0 35.0 6.0 4.80 And 90.0 105.0 15.0 0.99 And 164.5 190.0 25.5 1.28CM07-1133 3230E 23.5 31.0 7.5 6.49CM07-1135 3200E 74.5 115.0 40.5 0.53CM07-1146 4185E 103.0 146.6 43.6 0.80 And 179.5 228.5 49.0 1.03CM07-1204 3702E 20.0 52.5 32.5 1.41CM07-1242 4430E 307.5 346.0 38.5 1.08CM07-1245 4060E 11.7 37.0 25.3 1.09



Drill holes CM07-1112, -1126, -1129, -1133 and -1135 constitute a western extension to the F zone mineralization. Drill hole CM07 -1242 represents a depth extension to known mineralization, whereas drill holes CM07-1146, -1204 and -1245 represent new mineralized shoots in the south-central portion of the deposit.

The 30 x 30 metre infill drill program is designed to collect data for a NI 43-101 compliant Measured and Indicated ("M&I") resource estimate on the main portion of the deposit between lines 3140E and 4580E. This represents a distance of 1440 metres, which is 77% of the known 1860 metre length of the deposit. Drilling for this infill program has now been completed and core is being logged, sampled and analyzed. Osisko plans to release the M&I resource estimate on this portion of the deposit in Q2 2008. The 30 x 30 metre infill drill program is slated to continue to line 5000E during the remainder of Q1 and during Q2 2008.

All NQ core assays were conducted using standard 50 g fire assaying-AA finish at ALS Chemex laboratories in Val d'Or, Quebec. Reported weighted averages were calculated using a minimum of 0.40 g/t Au over successive maximum intervals of 20 metres with no upper cut-off of individual assays

Osisko Exploration Ltd. is currently evaluating the Canadian Malartic gold deposit and adjacent areas for a large-scale open pit, bulk-tonnage mining operation. The Company is well-funded with approximately $180 million on hand and is carrying out an aggressive definition drilling and exploration campaign on the Canadian Malartic deposit and surrounding property. Mr. Robert Wares, P. Geo. and Executive Vice-President of Osisko, is the Qualified Person responsible for the technical information reported in this news release.

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