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Beitrag14/74, 20.11.09, 15:12:56 
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Candente Gold, Agoracom remind investors of placement


2009-11-16 11:51 ET - News Release

An anonymous director reports

IMPORTANT NEWS PRIVATE PLACEMENT OPPORTUNITY

Candente Resource Corp.'s spin-off, Candente Gold Corp., arranged a private placement as reported in Stockwatch on July 8, 2009. As of the time of writing this notification, gold is once again on the move as the gold spot price is $1,132.30. While these types of opportunities are typically reserved for the financial elite (brokers, fund managers and institutions), Agoracom is once again breaking down barriers for the benefit of all Agoracom members and retail investors.

Security offered: 40-cent units with one common share and one-half of one warrant -- each whole warrant can be combined to purchase a further common share at 60 cents on or before 24 months from closing.

Size of the offering: Up to $10-million.

Industry: Gold exploration company.

To particpate: To learn more and participate in this private placement, visit Candente's profile on the Agoracom website.


This private placement opportunity is being brought to you by Agoracom Capital, a wholly owned subsidiary of Agoracom Investor Relations. Agoracom Capital has been retained by Candente Gold to assist with its capital-raising efforts. Agoracom Capital is being compensated by Candente on a commission basis.

The net proceeds of the offering will be used to finance exploration activities and for general working capital purposes.

As the units are being issued through private-placement exemptions, the common shares and warrants comprising the units will be subject to a four-month hold period from the date that Candente Gold becomes a reporting issuer in one or more jurisdictions in Canada.
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RTRS-RAYMOND JAMES RAISES CANDENTE RESOURCE CORP <DNT.TO> TO OUTPERFORM FROM MARKET PERFORM
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Candente closing Candente Gold financing Dec. 17


2009-12-16 21:09 ET - News Release

Mr. Joanne Freeze reports

CLOSING FIRST TRANCHE OF $6.8 MILLION AND LISTING OF CANDENTE GOLD CORP.

Candente Resource Corp. and Candente Gold Corp. is closing, on Dec. 17, 2009, the first tranche totalling $6,855,930 of the previously announced private placement offering of common shares of Candente Gold. A second tranche will close next week.

Candente Gold is scheduled to start trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol of CDG on Jan. 4, 2010. Candente Resource will change its name to Candente Copper Corp. and will distribute to its shareholders one common share of Candente Gold for every five common shares of Candente Resource held as of Dec. 31, 2009. This is in accordance with the plan of arrangement, details of which are contained in the June 16, 2009, and July 8, 2009, news releases of Candente Resource and Candente Gold (see Stockwatch).

The financing comprises units which consist of one common share in the capital of Candente Gold and one-half of one share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant will be non-transferable and exercisable for a period of 24 months (until Jan. 5, 2011) to purchase one additional share at a price of 60 cents per share.

Candente Gold will pay to certain agents assisting with the financing a cash commission equal to 6.5 per cent of the gross proceeds from the sale of the units they each make pursuant to the financing, together with broker warrants to purchase that number of units that is equal to 6.5 per cent of the aggregate number of units they sell pursuant to the financing. Each broker's warrant is exercisable for a period of 24 months to purchase one additional share at a price of 60 cents per share.

All shares issued pursuant to the financing will be subject to a four-month hold period to May 5, 2010.

Insiders have purchased 5.8 per cent of the units issued pursuant to the first tranche of the financing.

The net proceeds of the financing will be used to finance exploration and development activities on Candente Gold's El Oro property in Mexico, its portfolio of earlier-stage gold-silver properties in Peru and for general corporate purposes.

At El Oro, 20 veins have been discovered to date and there is excellent potential to discover more veins. Many of the known veins have no surface expression due to a cover of younger volcanic rocks. Most of the past exploration and mining development have been conducted on only two of the veins. Historic mining operations produced eight million gold equivalent ounces from an average vertical extent of 150 to 250 metres within two veins, and there is strong indication that the gold and silver mineralization continues at depth. The El Oro mineral systems are similar to those in other mines in Mexico, such as Pinos Altos, Fresnillo and Guanajuato, where gold and silver occur over 600 to 900 metres vertically.

Gold and silver mineralization extends over significant lengths and widths within the veins and also occurs in irregular high-grade (bonanza) zones, which pinch and swell both vertically and laterally.

Joanne Freeze, president and chief executive officer, comments, "We believe the El Oro property has the potential to host several million ounces of gold and silver in both vertical and lateral extensions to known veins, as well as possible undiscovered veins."

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Beitrag11/74, 31.12.09, 10:05:43 
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December 31, 2009
Closing Financing of $9 Million and Listing of Candente Gold Corp.
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Dec. 31, 2009) - Candente Resource Corp. (TSX:DNT)(BVLAC:DNT)(WKN:GW4) ("Candente Resource") and Candente Gold Corp. ("Candente Gold") are pleased to announce the closing on December 30th of three tranches totalling $9,028,130 in the previously announced private placement offering of common shares of Candente Gold (the "Financing").

Exploration will commence in January on the El Oro property in Mexico. A program of underground drifting and drilling will target extensions to high-grade ("bonanza") shoots in the San Rafael Vein, which produced in excess of 4 million ounces of gold and 44 million ounces of silver historically from the uppermost 150 to 250 metres. The El Oro veins are believed to be similar to those in other mines in Mexico, such as: Pinos Altos, Fresnillo and Guanajuato, where gold and silver occurs over 600 to 900 metres vertically.

Candente Gold will start trading on the TSX under the symbol of "CDG" on January 4th, 2010 (the Ex-Distribution Date). Candente Resource will change its name to Candente Copper Corp. on December 31st, 2009. "Shareholders of Record" of Candente Resource as at the close of business on Wednesday, January 6, 2010 (the "Record Date"), will be issued one common share of Candente Gold for every five common shares of Candente Resource held as of the Record Date. In order to be a Shareholder of Record on the Record Date, Candente Resource shares must be acquired by December 31st 2009. This is in accordance with the Plan of Arrangement details of which are contained in the June 16th 2009 and July 8th, 2009 news releases of Candente Resource and Candente Gold.

A total of 22,570,325 units have been sold in the Financing. Each unit consists of one common share in the capital of Candente Gold ("Share") and one-half of one share purchase warrant ("Warrant"). Each whole Warrant will be non-transferable and exercisable for a period of 24 months (until January 4th 2012) to purchase one additional Share at a price of $0.60 per Share.

All Shares issued pursuant to the Financing will be subject to a four month hold period to May 5, 2010. Insiders have purchased 4.4% of the units issued pursuant to the Financing.

Candente Gold has paid to agents assisting with the financing a total of $294,138 in cash commissions and 735,345 in Broker warrants which equal 6.5% of the gross proceeds from the sale of the units the finders each made pursuant to the Financing, together with broker's warrants to purchase that number of units that is equal to 6.5% of the aggregate number of units they sold pursuant to the Financing. Each broker's warrant is exercisable for a period of 24 months to purchase one additional Share at a price of $0.60 per Share.

The net proceeds of the Financing will be used to fund exploration and development activities on the El Oro gold-silver property in Mexico, Candente Gold's portfolio of earlier stage gold-silver properties in Peru and for general corporate purposes.

Mark Pryor, Pr.Sci.Nat., Independent Consultant and Joanne C. Freeze, P.Geo., President and CEO, are the Qualified Persons as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and have reviewed and approved the contents of this release.
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Beitrag9/74, 12.02.10, 10:31:57 
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February 11, 2010
Candente Copper Announces Private Placement
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 11, 2010) -

NOT FOR DISTRIBUTION TO UNITED STATES NEWS WIRE SERVICES OR DISSEMINATION IN THE UNITED STATES

Candente Copper Corp. (TSX:DNT)(BVLAC:DNT)(WKN:GW4) (the "Company") is pleased to announce that it has appointed Raymond James Ltd. to lead a syndicate which includes Cormark Securities Inc. (collectively the "Agents") to sell by way of private placement on a "best efforts" basis, approximately C$5,000,000 of units of the Company (the "Offering").

The net proceeds from the Offering will be used to fund feasibility-related work on the Canariaco Norte copper deposit, exploration and development of the Company's Canariaco Sur and Quebrada Verde projects, and general corporate purposes.

The common shares and warrants comprising the units and the common shares issuable upon exercise of the warrants will be subject to a four-month hold period under applicable Canadian securities laws. Closing is expected to be on or about March 2, 2010.

The Offering is being made in all provinces of Canada, via private placement in the U.S. in accordance with certain exemptions under the U.S. Securities Act, and other jurisdictions as may be determined between the Company and the Agents, and is subject to the approval of regulatory authorities. The securities offered have not been registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements. This press release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy nor shall there be any sale of the securities in any State in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful.

About Candente Copper

Candente Copper (TSX:DNT) is developing the 7.7 billion pound feasibility stage Canariaco Norte copper deposit in northern Peru, exploring the company's portfolio of copper projects throughout Peru, and pursuing prospective copper projects in the Americas.

On behalf of the Board of Candente Copper Corp.

Joanne Freeze, CEO & Director
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Candente increases private placement to $6-million

2010-03-03 21:50 ET - News Release

Ms. Joanne Freeze reports

CANDENTE COPPER INCREASES SIZE OF PRIVATE PLACEMENT

Purchasers have subscribed for approximately $6-million of units of Candente Copper Corp. to be sold by way of private placement. This is an increase from the $5-million originally announced in the company's press releases in Stockwatch of Feb. 11 and Feb. 16, 2010.

Due to the size of the offering, the rules of the Toronto Stock Exchange require that the company obtain shareholder approval for the total shares issuable under the offering that represent more than 25 per cent of the number of the company's currently issued and outstanding shares.

As a result, each subscriber will receive no less than 78 per cent of their allocation by the sale of units, with the remaining units sold to each subscriber pursuant to special warrants which will be subject to approval by the shareholders of the company at its annual and general meeting planned for May 14, 2010.

Each special warrant will be convertible into one unit, the terms of which are the same as those of the original subscription units. Each unit consists of one common share in the capital of the company and one-half of one share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant is exercisable for a period of 36 months from closing at a price of 50 cents per share. The special warrants, the common shares and warrants comprising the units, and the common shares issuable upon exercise of the warrants, will all be subject to the same four-month hold period under applicable Canadian securities laws. Closing is expected to be on or about March 9, 2010.

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Beitrag7/74, 09.03.10, 17:34:48 
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Candente Copper Completes $6.2 Million Financing

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - March 9, 2010) -

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Candente Copper Corp. (TSX:DNT)(BVLAC:DNT)(WKN:GW4) is pleased to announce the closing of its previously announced private placement of 12,938,011 Units ("Units") and 4,856,187 Special Warrants ("Special Warrants") for total proceeds of C$6,227,969.

"We are very pleased to have funding in place to resume significant exploration and development work on our copper projects in Peru," said Sean Waller, P. Eng., Candente Copper's President. "Since the release of our positive Preliminary Economic Assessment report in 2008 we have identified a number of factors which we believe will improve the economics of the Canariaco Norte copper project. 2010 will be a very exciting year for Candente Copper."

The Units and Special Warrants were sold for a price of C$0.35 each. Each Unit consists of one common share in the capital of the company and one half of one share purchase warrant ("Warrant"). Each whole Warrant will be exercisable for a period of 36 months from the date of closing to purchase one share at a price of C$0.50 per share. Each Special Warrant will be exercisable for one Unit at no additional cost to the holder providing shareholder approval for the exercise of the Special Warrants is obtained at the company's annual general meeting, scheduled for May 13, 2010, or at any adjournment of such meeting.

The C$1,699,665 in gross proceeds from the sale of the Special Warrants has been deposited into escrow to be held in trust pending shareholder approval. On the first business day following receipt of shareholder approval, each Special Warrant will automatically be exercised to acquire one Unit. If shareholder approval is not obtained, all of the funds held in escrow will be returned to the subscribers. The Special Warrants, the shares and Warrants comprising the Units, and the shares issuable upon exercise of the Warrants, are all subject to the same four-month hold period (ending July 10, 2010) applicable under Canadian securities law.

In connection with this offering, Candente Copper has paid a 6% cash commission and issued 649,895 broker/finder warrants ("Broker Warrants") and 239,224 special broker/finder warrants ("Special Broker Warrants") on all of the brokered portions of the offering and on part of the non-brokered portion of the offering. Each Broker Warrant is exercisable for a period of 36 months from closing to purchase one share at a price of C$0.45 per share. Each of the Special Broker Warrants will automatically be exercised to acquire one Broker Warrant upon receipt of shareholder approval, and will expire if shareholder approval is not obtained.

The net proceeds of this financing will be used for exploration and development of Candente Copper's Peruvian copper projects and for general corporate purposes.

On behalf of the Board of Candente Copper Corp.

Sean Waller, P.Eng., President & Director
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Beitrag6/74, 15.03.10, 00:22:55 
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Candente Copper Corp. DNT-TSX

RATING STRONG BUY 1
Target Price (6-12 mths) (C$) 1.50
Closing Price (C$) 0.38
Total Return to Target 295%

Event
We reiterate our STRONG BUY rating and are increasing our target price to C$1.50 (prev. C$1.00), using an expanded P/NAV multiple of 0.20x (prev. 0.10x).
Action
We recommend buying DNT shares. Our view is supported by the potentially world-scale project in Cañariaco Norte (7.7 bln lbs of Cu), exploration upside at Cañariaco Sur and Quebrada Verde and potential to optimize the project.
Analysis
Mechanical update. We are lowering our NAV to C$7.64 (prev. C$10.01) to account for the issuance of 12,938,011 units and potential issuance of 4,856,187 special warrants for gross proceeds of C$6.2 mln. Each unit and special warrant was sold for C
.35. Each unit consists of one DNT common share and one half of one share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant will be exercisable for a period of 36 months from Mar-09-10 to purchase one share at a price of C
.50/shr. Shareholder approval is required for the special warrants, which are automatically exercisable into units, at the AGM scheduled for May-13-10.
Developing theme and focus. In our view, as demand for above ground metal continues to increase, attention will soon turn to undeveloped Cu resources. DNT is well positioned to reap the benefits of this, in our opinion.
Inefficient market. In our view, recent M&A activity in the sector suggests that DNT's depressed valuation is not sustainable. Despite deficiencies with Chariot Resources' (CHD-TSX, UNDERPERFORM, price:
.65) "feasibility" study among other issues, CHD received an arguably above-average bid price by an Asian company. How high? If CHD's bid price metrics were applied to the slightly earlier stage DNT project, a valuation range of between C$2.90 to C$3.17 per DNT share could be implied. Our target price for DNT is based on a conservative but realistic P/NAV multiple of 0.20x which is in-line with liquidity-adjusted, risk-adjusted development company target multiples.
Valuation
Candente trades at a P/NAV of 0.05x vs. the peer group of copper development companies at an average of 0.82x.

1.Shares of Candente Copper (TSX: T.DNT, Stock Forum), Joanne Freeze’s Peruvian prospector, are rising sharply. As stated earlier this week (and for more than a year now in Ticker Trax), Candente shares are probably the cheapest thing on the planet if you believe copper will become a valid money proxy. (We here at home intend to start storing grade-A copper cathode sheets in our garage.) Raymond James just boosted its price target to $1.50 for Candente shares. The company just raised $6.2 million, and I ran into Joanne Freeze this week in Toronto. She was swapping financing stories at the Haywood lakeside dinner with another copper chopper and geologist from Canada’s Serengeti Resources (TSX: V.SIR, Stock Forum), David W. Moore. In the Raymond James update just issued today, analyst Tom Meyer says part of his Candente reasoning has to do with a Hong Kong firm’s bid for copper project developer Chariot Resources (TSX: T.CHD, Stock Forum) – a subject we here at Ticker Trax addressed more than a week ago. Mr. Meyer notes Candente Copper’s depressed stock price “is not sustainable.” (Literally, I prefer to put it differently, as in, “Candente’s stock price can sustain a market value of three times what it is now.”) Tom Meyer goes on to write that Chariot received an above-average bid price from a small Hong Kong investment fund that, were its metrics applied to a slightly earlier stage Candente Copper project, comes in at a value range of “between $2.90 to $3.17 per DNT share.” Candente’s Cañariaco Norte project in Peru has as much as 7.7 billion pounds of copper. Candente Copper is a Ticker Trax Planetary Prospect. Mr. Meyer is one of the braver analysts in copper land, and for that we say bravo
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Candente Copper names Thicke VP, exploration

2010-07-19 07:13 ET - News Release

Mr. Sean Waller reports

CANDENTE COPPER APPOINTS MICHAEL THICKE AS VP EXPLORATION

Candente Copper Corp. has appointed Michael Thicke, MSc, PGeo, as vice-president, exploration.

Mr. Thicke has 30 years of global exploration experience, and is a recognized expert on porphyry copper systems. He has extensive experience in porphyry exploration in South America as district geologist for Rio Algom (now BHP Billiton), in Chile, where he was a key member of the team that discovered the large-scale Spence porphyry copper deposit. Mr. Thicke and his fellow exploration team members were awarded the prestigious Prospector of the Year Award by the Prospectors and Developers Association of Canada for this discovery in 1998. The Spence deposit commenced production in 2006.

More recently, Mr. Thicke was a senior member of BHP Billiton's global porphyry exploration group, leading teams for the exploration and evaluation of porphyry copper deposits.

Mr. Thicke will be based in Vancouver, where he joins Sean Waller, president, and Joanne Freeze, chief executive officer, as a key member of the Candente Copper management team. "We are very pleased to have such an experienced and successful porphyry copper expert join Candente Copper to lead our exploration team," stated Mr. Walle
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Candente Canariaco Norte to produce 85,000 tpd

2010-07-22 04:55 ET - News Release

Mr. Sean Waller reports

CANDENTE COPPER PROVIDES AN UPDATE ON THE CANARIACO NORTE PRE-FEASIBILITY STUDY

Candente Copper Corp. has released an update on the Canariaco Norte copper project prefeasibility study. A number of significant improvements to the project have already been identified and selected for inclusion in the prefeasibility study, including an increase in production rate from 75,000 to 85,000 tonnes per day, the identification of a process for the reduction of arsenic in the concentrate to non-penalty levels and the initiation of discussions to use a proposed new port near Eten as a shared concentrate shipping facility.

Under the guidance of AMEC Americas Ltd., various trade-off studies have been undertaken. Two key studies are now complete, and technical development options have been selected which are expected to significantly improve the project economics.

The first study assessed various process plant capacities, and, based on the results, the production rate will be increased to 85,000 tonnes per day. This is a 13-per-cent increase over the 75,000-tonne-per-day plant capacity specified in the 2008 SRK preliminary economic assessment (PEA), and is estimated to result in a corresponding increase in annual copper production. The increase in plant throughput will be achieved by optimizing the PEA grinding circuit design, including increasing the size of the secondary ball mills and increasing the projected plant availability by 2 per cent, which reflects current industry experience. The impact on the capital cost of the grinding circuit due to these changes is expected to be minimal, as the sizes of the primary crusher and semi-autogenous grinding (SAG) mill remain unchanged from what was specified in the PEA.

In the second study, AMEC has assessed the various processing technologies currently available to reduce the content of arsenic in the copper concentrate to non-penalty levels, and it has proposed utilizing a concentrate roasting process offered by Outotec Oyj of Finland. This process technology is currently being supplied by Outotec to Codelco, for a similar application at its new Ministro Hales mine in northern Chile. As part of the current metallurgical testwork, samples of Canariaco Norte flotation concentrate will be submitted to Outotec for testing to confirm the applicability of its process to the concentrate.

As previously reported, a proposed new port site near the port of Eten has been selected by Candente Copper for a copper concentrate load-out facility. Eten is only 240 kilometres from the Canariaco Norte mine site, whereas the port of Salaverry, which was used in the Canariaco Norte PEA, is 420 km from the mine site. The reduced distance will significantly reduce life-of-mine concentrate transport costs.

The new port near Eten has been proposed by Lumina Copper SAC for development of a concentrate load-out facility for its El Galeno copper project in northern Peru. Very significant positive benefits to both projects are anticipated by the development of a shared load-out facility, and Candente Copper and Lumina have initiated discussions regarding the potential of a shared-use facility.

"We are very pleased with the progress to date, as we have made several very significant improvements to the scope of project development, and we anticipate additional improvements as we continue to develop the Canariaco Norte project through the prefeasibility study," commented Sean Waller, PEng, president of Candente Copper.

The Canariaco Norte copper project prefeasibility study is scheduled for completion in the fourth quarter of 2010.

Mr. Waller and Joanne C. Freeze, PGeo, chief executive officer, are the qualified persons as defined by National Instrument 43-101 for the projects discussed above. They have reviewed and approved the contents of this release. All resources quoted in this release are based on a 0.3-per-cent copper cut-off grade and 60,580 metres drilled in 213 holes to March, 2008.

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Candente Copper Plans Exploration Drilling for 2011-Drill Programs Planned for Canariaco Sur, Quebrada Verde, Arikepay, & Other Peru Properties

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - March 22, 2011) - Candente Copper Corp. (TSX:DNT)(PINK SHEETS:CDOUF)(BVLAC:DNT) ("Candente Copper") is pleased to announce that several porphyry copper-gold targets have been delineated on several of its properties in Peru, and the Company is well financed for exploration drilling in 2011.

Having completed a financing for $30 million on February 17th, 2011, the Company is well funded for the following:

A Definitive Feasibility Study on the Cañariaco Norte Copper Project (approximately $10 to $12M).
Exploration drilling on the Cañariaco Sur and Quebrada Verde targets on the Cañariaco property ($5M).
Exploration drilling on several other targets on properties 100% owned by Candente (minimum $5M), including Arikepay.
"Now that the Pre-Feasibility Study Progress Report has clearly demonstrated the robust economics of the Cañariaco Norte deposit, we are very excited to resume exploration and drilling on the Cañariaco Property, as well as several other priority targets we have defined to date on a number of our other 100% owned properties throughout Peru," commented Joanne C. Freeze, P.Geo., Candente Copper CEO.

"Having Michael Thicke join Candente Copper as VP Exploration after reviewing our portfolio of properties in Peru, has confirmed our view that we hold a number of excellent exploration targets, both adjacent to Cañariaco Norte and elsewhere in Peru."

"The coming year should be an exciting one for Candente Copper, with the potential to discover additional resources at Cañariaco Sur and Quebrada Verde, which could significantly add to the scope of the Cañariaco Norte Project," commented Michael Thicke, Candente Copper VP Exploration. "This, coupled with the drill-ready Arikepay project, the stable of quality exploration properties owned by Candente Copper, and the project generating capacity of the Peruvian exploration team positions us well for additional porphyry deposit discoveries."

Cañariaco Sur

Located 1.5 km south of Cañariaco Norte, Cañariaco Sur contains a discreet, highly anomalous zone of copper, gold and molybdenum in soil geochemistry coincident with IP and ground magnetic anomalies. Very limited previous drilling (5 holes) at Cañariaco Sur intersected porphyry style mineralization, with one of the drill holes intersecting over 350 metres of 0.35% copper, 0.15 g/t gold, and 1.4 g/t silver.

A significant difference has been noted between the mineralization encountered in drilling to date at Cañariaco Sur from that at Cañariaco Norte, namely the higher gold content of >0.1 g/t at Cañariaco Sur versus <0.1 g/t at Cañariaco Norte.

A Phase I program of 10 diamond drill holes is planned for 2011 to test the continuity and extent of copper and gold mineralization away from that intersected in previous drilling, and to collect sufficient data for an initial resource estimate.

Quebrada Verde

Located 3.5 km south of the Cañariaco Norte deposit, and immediately south-southwest of Cañariaco Sur, Quebrada Verde also contains a discreet, highly anomalous zone of copper, gold and molybdenum in soil geochemistry that is coincident with both IP and ground magnetic anomalies. The soil geochemistry, IP, and ground magnetic signatures are very similar to those observed at Sur. One shallow hole drilled in the 1990s intersected anomalous copper and gold values in altered volcanic rocks, but no drilling has tested the geochemical and geophysical anomalies delineated more recently.

A Phase I program of 5 diamond drill holes is planned to test the geochemical and geophysical anomalies at the Quebrada Verde target.

Arikepay

The Arikepay property covers six claim blocks totalling 4,000 hectares, is road accessible 109 kilometres from the city of Arequipa, and lies 45 kilometres south of the Cerro Verde copper-molybdenum mine in southern Peru.

Highly anomalous levels of copper, gold, and molybdenum ranging from 100 to 1,460 ppm copper, 50 ppb to 2,560 ppb (2.5 g/t) gold, and 0.5 ppm to 143 ppm molybdenum occur in strongly altered and leached volcanic and intrusive rocks. The copper values in the leached rocks are typical of the upper levels of other Andean porphyry copper deposits discovered in Peru, Chile, and Argentina. An apparent zoning of the system with an anomalous molybdenum core flanked by stronger copper and gold values adds to the exploration potential of Arikepay.

The anomalous gold and copper values found at Arikepay are associated with jarosite-goethite stockwork, veins, and disseminations occurring within argillic-phyllic altered rocks. Anomalous molybdenum values are associated with pervasive hematite in zones of silicification, with quartz stockwork zones occurring locally within altered areas. Propylitic alteration occurs south and southwest of the phyllic and silicic alteration, and is characterized by epidote-chlorite-magnetite in stockwork, veins, and matrix-fill in andesitic volcanic rocks.

The phyllic and silicic alteration, which is poorly exposed, covers an area approximately 700 metres north-south by 900 metres east-west, and remains open to the northwest for over 2,000 additional metres under younger gravel cover and to the northeast for approximately 500 metres under recent sand and gravel cover.

Arikepay was explored previously (believed to be in the 1990s), but only a very small area appears to have been drill tested, with the copper and gold anomalies delineated by Candente Copper remaining untested.

Miraflores

Located northeast of Trujillo in northern Peru, this early stage project contains excellent geological and geochemical evidence for the presence of porphyry copper-molybdenum mineralization. Initial mapping and rock sampling shows the presence of mineralized potassic, phyllic, propylitic, and argillic alteration, and quartz stockwork associated with intrusive rocks and breccias.

Mapping and sampling is ongoing in order to better define and characterize the mineralization and alteration prior to any geophysical and/or drilling follow-up work.

Other Exploration

A preliminary evaluation program of Candente Copper's eight other Peruvian porphyry copper properties is being lead by Mr. Thicke and Chief Geologist Ing. Enrique Bernuy. Drill targets are being developed on some of these properties and will be discussed in future news releases.

About Candente Copper

Candente Copper Corp is a TSX and BVL listed mining company focused on exploration and development of base metal mining projects in Peru and Latin America. Candente Copper's flagship project is the 100% owned Cañariaco Norte copper project located in northern Peru's prolific mining district.

The Pre-Feasibility Study Progress Report recently completed on Cañariaco Norte by AMEC Americas Ltd concludes that with a projected annual production of 262 million pounds of copper, 39,000 ounces of gold, and 911,000 ounces of silver over a mine life of 22 years, the Cañariaco Norte project has an after-tax Net Present Value of US$1,063M, and an after-tax Internal Rate of Return of 18.8% using a long term copper price reverting to US$2.25/lb and a discount rate of 8% (Candente Copper News Release 020, March 7, 2011).

This news release may contain forward-looking statements including but not limited to comments regarding the timing and content of upcoming work programs, geological interpretations, receipt of property titles, potential mineral recovery processes, etc. Forward-looking statements address future events and conditions and therefore involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results may differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements. Candente relies upon litigation protection for forward-looking statements.

CAUTIONARY NOTE TO U.S. INVESTORS

We advise U.S. investors of terms that are not recognized by the United States Securities and Exchange Commission ("SEC"), including "mineral resources", "measured resources", "indicated resources" and "inferred resources". The estimation of measured and indicated resources involves greater uncertainty as to their existence and economic feasibility than the estimation of proven and probable reserves. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that mineral resources in these categories will be converted to reserves. The estimation of inferred resources involves far greater uncertainty as to their existence and economic viability than the estimation of other categories of resources. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that estimates of inferred mineral resources exist, are economically mineable, or will be upgraded into measured or indicated mineral resources. U.S. investors are cautioned not to assume that mineral resources in any of these categories will be converted into reserves.

On behalf of the Board of Candente Copper Corp.

Sean Waller, P.Eng., President & Director

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For more information, please contact

Candente Copper Corp.
John Foulkes
VP Corporate Development
mobile: +1 (604) 614-2999 or local: +1 (604) 689-1957 ext 2
toll free: 1 (877) 689-1964 ext 2
info@candentecopper.com
or
Candente Copper Corp.
Walter Spagnuolo
Manager, Investor Relations
mobile: +1 (604) 306-8477 or local: +1 (604) 689-1957 ext 3
or
Candente Copper Corp.
Nataly Reategui
Investor Relations, Peru
(511) 715-2001 ext 107
(511) 717-1233 (FAX)
nreategui@candente.com
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Candente Copper Commences Feasibility Study on the Canariaco Norte Copper Project

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - April 6, 2011) - Candente Copper Corp. (TSX:DNT)(PINK SHEETS:CDOUF)(BVLAC:DNT) ("Candente Copper") is pleased to announce that it has commenced a Feasibility Study ("FS") on its 100% owned Cañariaco Norte Copper Project in northern Peru. The Feasibility Study is under the direction of AMEC Americas Limited ("AMEC").

A Pre-Feasibility Study Progress Report ("PFSPR") was completed by AMEC on March 11th, 2011 and is available for download from Candente Copper's website at:

http://www.candentecopper.com/s/PeruProjects_Canariaco.asp

"The PFSPR clearly indicates that Cañariaco Norte is an extremely attractive copper project with robust economics and a sound development plan," commented Sean Waller, President of Candente Copper. "It is our objective to continue to de-risk the project by taking the engineering to the next level, which we anticipate will provide the basis to make the decision to proceed to construction. Moving ahead immediately to a FS with the AMEC team is an important factor in maintaining the overall schedule for project development."

Key Aspects of the Feasibility Study

The Feasibility Study will be based on the scope of development presented in the PFSPR, although several aspects will be subject to additional investigation and optimization. The FS will see the level of engineering and economic analysis completed to a significantly higher accuracy level than the PFSPR, with the objective of finalizing the scope of project development, and completing capital and operating costs estimates to an accuracy of plus or minus 15%.

Project aspects that will see additional development and/or optimization include:

Production Rate: The Cañariaco Norte copper deposit may warrant a higher production rate. The production rate will be reassessed to determine the optimum production scenario.

Geotechnical Investigation: Geotechnical drilling and investigations will be completed in the areas of the pit walls, plant site, and tailings management facility.

Metallurgical Test Work: Including variability flotation tests and concentrate roasting tests for confirmation of process design parameters and concentrate specifications.

Concentrate Off-Take: Enter into discussions with smelters for concentrate off-take.

As Candente did during the PFSPR, FS progress updates will be issued as certain milestones are achieved during the Feasibility work program.

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