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 September 16, 2010
Burnt Hill Sampling Results Received

 Toronto, September 16, 2010 -- Cadillac Ventures Inc. (TSXV-CDC) ("Cadillac" or the "Company") is pleased to announce results from the recently completed prospecting and exploration program on the Burnt Hill Property, a 51% owned tungsten and tin project located near Boisetown, New Brunswick comprised of 661 claims under one claim group over a land area of 10,576 hectares. The four areas sampled in the recently completed program, Tin Hill, McLean Brook, 2 ½ Mile Brook and Todd Mountain are each located some distance from the historical mine site, as can be seen in the map image below.


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The former Burnt Hill Mine has the resource estimate stated below by P&E Mining Consultants Inc. in the "Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Burnt Hill York County New Brunswick Canada" from August 2009 and filed on Sedar.

 

 

INDICATED

 

 

INFERRED

 

 

TONNES

WO3
(%)

MoS2
(%)

SnO2
(%)

TONNES

WO3
(%)

MoS2
(%)

SnO2
(%)

 Open Pit

245,000

0.530

0.012

0.012

38,000

0.413

0.008

0.008

 Underground

216,000

0.440

0.011

0.007

552,000

0.543

0.009

0.013

 Total

461,000

0.489

0.012

0.010

590,000

0.535

0.009

0.013

Notes:
  1. Mineral resources which are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. The estimate of mineral resources may be materially affected by environmental, permitting, legal, title, taxation, sociopolitical, marketing, or other relevant issues.
  2. The quantity and grade of reported inferred resources in this estimation are uncertain in nature and there has been insufficient exploration to define these inferred resources as an indicated or measured mineral resource and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in upgrading them to an indicated or measured mineral resource category.
  3. This press release may use the terms "Measured", "Indicated" and "Inferred" Resources. United States investors are advised that while such terms are recognized and required by Canadian regulations, the United States Securities and Exchange Commission does not recognize them. "Inferred Mineral Resources" have a great amount of uncertainty as to their existence, and as to their economic and legal feasibility. It cannot be assumed that all or any part of an Inferred Mineral Resource will ever be upgraded to a higher category. Under Canadian rules, estimates of Inferred Mineral Resources may not form the basis of feasibility or other economic studies. United States investors are cautioned not to assume that all or any part of Measured or Indicated Mineral Resources will ever be converted into Mineral Reserves. United States investors are also cautioned not to assume that all or any part of an Inferred Mineral Resource exists, or is economically or legally mineable.

Tungsten
Tungsten is the 2nd hardest element, has the highest melting point and is considered to be a strategic metal with numerous industrial and military applications. Tungsten has been deemed a critical raw material by the EU and Japan with approximately 80% of the world supply coming from China. However, recent power cutbacks in China combined with the continued reduction of licensed export amounts which began in 2007 has been affecting the price of tungsten. Additionally, with Chinese exports declining, the banning of mining in three districts of the Democratic Republic of Congo where tungsten is produced, and recently passed U.S. legislation relating to conflict minerals, it is possible that a shortfall in the supply of tungsten may develop. Metal Bulletin, a premium business information service for metal and steel professionals globally, in a Sept. 10th 2010 article titled "Tungsten prices up in Europe on diminishing Chinese supply", states "With so few supply sources outside of China, there is now a very real possibility that there will not be enough material to maintain even present production levels, let alone if the market improves and demand climbs further."

The areas investigated by the Company's recently completed prospecting and exploration program on the Burnt Hill Property are described below.

Tin Hill Sampling Results
There is an approximately 2 acre cleared and washed area at the top of Tin Hill exposing an anastomosing swarm of quartz veins that pinch and swell (.5 to 2 metres wide) alternating with greissen zones (up to 10 metres wide) covering an area approximately 100 metres wide. Abundant coarse wolframite and cassiterite crystals as large as ¾" in size were noted in each of the quartz veins. The mineralization was hosted in both the quartz and the surrounding greissen zone. The quartz veins were traced into the bush for approximately 75 meters to the east and west of the cleared area but were lost in the dense bush and thick overburden. This area was sampled where exposed mineralization was accessible, and a total of 40 samples were taken from this area. Based upon the results received, the continuity of the vein swarm until lost in overlying vegetation, and the location of Tin Hill proximal to the historic Burnt Hill Mine, management believes this prospect warrants further follow up. The results of the 40 samples collected are presented below;

Location

Sample

Sn %

W %

Tin Hill

TH-10-01

0.00354

0.0098

Tin Hill

TH-10-02

0.004

0.0522

Tin Hill

TH-10-03

0.00053

0.043

Tin Hill

TH-10-04

0.00327

0.00621

Tin Hill

TH-10-05

0.00084

0.00183

Tin Hill

TH-10-06

0.00028

0.00331

Tin Hill

TH-10-07

0.00219

0.00104

Tin Hill

TH-10-08

0.00031

0.00261

Tin Hill

TH-10-09

0.152

0.00478

Tin Hill

TH-10-10

0.278

0.00422

Tin Hill

TH-10-11

1.07

0.0147

Tin Hill

TH-10-12

0.0034

0.0316

Tin Hill

TH-10-13

0.0106

0.212

Tin Hill

TH-10-14

0.417

0.0265

Tin Hill

TH-10-15

0.003

0.293

Tin Hill

TH-10-16

0.00775

1.04

Tin Hill

TH-10-17

0.00572

0.319

Tin Hill

TH-10-18

0.00165

0.0782

Tin Hill

TH-10-19

0.0171

0.357

Tin Hill

TH-10-20

0.756

4.69

Tin Hill

TH-10-21

0.0364

0.378

Tin Hill

TH-10-22

0.00191

0.928

Tin Hill

TH-10-23

0.00242

0.0307

Tin Hill

TH-10-24

0.263

0.0579

Tin Hill

TH-10-25

0.00881

0.0343

Tin Hill

TH-10-26

0.00184

0.345

Tin Hill

TH-10-27

0.00744

0.0938

Tin Hill

TH-10-28

0.00382

0.172

Tin Hill

TH-10-29

0.00046

0.232

Tin Hill

TH-10-30

0.0005

0.0256

Tin Hill

TH-10-31

0.00078

0.00944

Tin Hill

TH-10-32

0.0054

0.16

Tin Hill

TH-10-33

no sample

no sample

Tin Hill

TH-10-34C

0.0112

0.104

Tin Hill

TH-10-35

0.622

0.0146

Tin Hill

TH-10-36

0.643

0.018

Tin Hill

TH-10-37

0.135

0.0102

Tin Hill

TH-10-38

0.00085

2.89

Tin Hill

TH-10-39

0.00714

0.0492

Tin Hill

TH-10-V3

1.49

0.0164



MacLean Brook
Several historic trenches were identified that coincide with previous mapping work available at the government mining office. Near the bottom of Trench #2 an outcropping quartz vein was identified containing coarse wolframite crystals. Several samples of this material were taken for assay. A previously undiscovered wolframite bearing quartz vein was identified approximately 300 meters south of the Maclean Brook showing, this new vein was exposed in a new gravel road bed. This was sampled for assay. Geologists were unable to determine the strike extent of this new quartz vein due to thick overburden in this area. A total of 11 samples were taken on the Maclean Brook quartz veins, results are as follows;

Location

Sample

Sn %

W %

Mclean Brook

MB-10-01

0.00801

0.0106

Mclean Brook

MB-10-02

0.00145

1.37

Mclean Brook

MB-10-03

0.00154

0.825

Mclean Brook

MB-10-04

0.00203

0.0416

Mclean Brook

MB-10-05

0.00074

0.0137

Mclean Brook

MB-10-06

0.00098

4.98

Mclean Brook

MB-10-07

0.00086

1.11

Mclean Brook

MB-10-08

0.00097

6.46

Mclean Brook

MB-10-09

0.00101

6.53

Mclean Brook

MB-10-10

0.00063

2.51

Mclean Brook

MB-10-11

0.00095

11.5



Todd Mountain
There is a large cleared and trenched area at the top of Todd Mountain that has been identified in the field. Several grab samples of the exposed mineralization were taken. Geologists traversed the area to the NW searching for outcrops and extensions to the known zone. Although there is very thick overburden cover, they were able to uncover several small outcrops and water filled trenches. A total of 14 bedrock samples were taken on Todd Mountain. No significant results were encountered.

2 ½ Mile Brook
The showing consists of 3 - 50 meter long trenches with exposed bedrock which were prospected and sampled. A silicified meta sediment is exposed in each of the trenches that is strongly mineralized with arsenopyrite. This mineralization consists of massive 2 cm wide bands separated by quartz veining or silicified meta sediments. Prospecting was carried out to the East and West of the trenches for approximately 200 meters laterally in each direction. In the prospected area arsenopyrite bearing meta sediments were identified in outcrop and were sampled. There is often a strong association of Au with arsenopyrite mineralization. A total of 13 samples were taken from the trenches and the newly identified mineralized outcrops.

Location

Sample

Sn %

W %

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-01

0.00346

0.163

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-02

0.0672

0.0758

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-03

0.304

0.0514

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-04

0.0124

0.033

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-05

0.0821

0.0945

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-06

0.00029

0.0173

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-07

0.00051

0.0139

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-08

0.00283

0.0143

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-09

0.00016

0.0108

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-10

0.00095

0.0504

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-11

0.0791

0.148

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-12

0.0683

0.0517

2 1/2 Mile Brook

T1/2MB-10-13

0.905

0.0123



The Company believes that results encountered at Tin Hill and McLean Brook warrant further work. As a result, it is intended that a further modest program will be carried out this fall to determine the extent of surface mineralization and the relationship between McLean Brook mineralization and Burnt Hill, if any.

Samples were selected by hand in the field and bagged and tagged under the supervision of either Brian H. Newton P.Geo or Dr. Howard Lahti P.Geo. The samples were personally transported by Mr. Newton to the Ancaster facility of Actlabs for assaying by a multi element processing with code UT 7 which includes tungsten and tin, and 1A2 Au fire assay.

Mr. Brian H. Newton P.Geo, of Billiken Management Services Inc. and a "qualified person" pursuant to NI 43-101 has reviewed and approved the technical information in this press release on behalf of the Company.

About Cadillac

Cadillac is a development-focused exploration company which has the past-producing Thierry Property near Pickle Lake in Northern Ontario, several exploration projects in Spain in joint venture with MATSA and three Canadian exploration projects, located in regions that have been historically active.

The Thierry Property encompasses the past producing Thierry Mine which ceased production in 1982 leaving potentially economic mineralization in situ. In addition to the Thierry mine project, Cadillac wholly owns the New Alger project, a previously productive gold mine, located outside of Cadillac, Quebec, where the Company has entered into a joint venture agreement with Renforth Resources Inc. for a three year $2.5 million exploration program. In Spain, the Company is joint venture partner with Minas de Aguas Tenidas, S.A.U. regarding the exploration of 12 different investigation licenses surrounding the Aguas Tenidas Mine in the Iberian Pyrite Belt of southern Spain. The Pickle Lake Gold project held by Cadillac is a land package contiguous to three formerly productive historic gold mines; this project has been joint ventured to Newcastle Minerals Ltd. The Burnt Hill Project is a 51% owned tungsten tin project located outside of Fredericton, New Brunswick.

For more information regarding Cadillac, please visit our website at www.cadillacventures.com, or call Norman Brewster, President and Chief Executive Officer, at 416 203-7722.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
 
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