‘Big Daddy’ Metallurgical Sample Recovered

13 Oct 2010

Montréal, Canada – October 13th, 2010 – KWG Resources Inc. (“KWG”) advises that it has recovered a bulk sample of more than two tonnes as required for ongoing metallurgical testing, from the Big Daddy chromite deposit. The sample was taken by drilling large diameter HQ core down-dip into the massive domain representing what is believed to be the most intensely mineralized section of the deposit based upon drilling completed in earlier programs. Core recovery operations were completed last week, well under budget due to the very productive drilling operations of Orbit Drilling. The sample is being transported to KWG’s core shack in Thunder Bay for logging and processing and then onward distribution to testing facilities to be determined by protocols adopted from the recommendations of Behre Dolbear a contracted metallurgical consulting group. The bulk sample will be used for test work to determine the deposit’s metallurgical properties and to develop indicated beneficiation parameters. The partners KWG and Spider Resources Inc. continue to plan their joint program for the ongoing exploration at Big Daddy, expected to commence shortly.

M. J. (Moe) Lavigne, P. Geo., Vice-President of Exploration & Development for KWG, is the Qualified Person supervising the proposed program and has approved the contents of this release.


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Bruce Hodgman
Communications Director
Direct: 416-646-1374

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