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Highland Copper Reports Additional High Grade Intersections at Keweenaw Copper Project, Michigan

Highland Copper Company Inc. (HI.V) today released results for 52 additional diamond drill holes from the 543S chalcocite deposit at the Keweenaw copper project in Michigan.

"The internal continuity of high grade copper intersections in individual drill holes and the unusual length of the lower grade intersections continue to be impressive," said Dr. Ross R. Grunwald, PhD, Vice President, Exploration for Highland.

The 2012 drill holes are within an area of 101 historic diamond drill holes called the 543S sulphide deposit, a zone of chalcocite mineralization that was explored from 1973-1977 and briefly in the mid-nineties.

Highland's objective is to verify the non-compliant historic drill results with compliant assay data by reducing the historic drill hole spacing and twinning selected historic holes to establish a resource estimate compliant with NI 43-101. Resource modeling is expected to begin in early 2013.

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