DUMONT discovers five collapse features at Redwall Uranium Property, Arizona Strip, Arizona



    (DNI : TSX-Ven, DG7 : Frankfurt)

    TORONTO, Dec. 10 /CNW/ - DUMONT Nickel Inc. (DNI:TSX-Ven, DG7:FSE) is
pleased to announce that, based on field verification work completed in
November, it has discovered five collapse features at its Redwall Uranium
Property, Arizona Strip, Arizona. The features are believed to be surface
manifestations of buried collapse structures which could be breccia pipes.
    Exploration of the Redwall Property commenced soon after its acquisition
announced in July, 2007. The Property is located in the Arizona Strip region
which is a well known corridor across northwest Arizona hosting
uranium-bearing solution-collapse "breccia pipes" which typically manifest as
subtle circular surface features or saucer shaped depressions. Over 20 million
pounds of U(3)O8 were mined from the area during the 1970's-1980's from high
grade breccia pipes ranging 0.5%-0.8% U(3)O8, representing some of the highest
grading uranium deposits in the USA.
    Based on initial work completed in September, DUMONT identified a number
of circular photo-anomalies on the Property which are possible manifestations
of buried breccia pipes (see press September 26, 2007). More detailed,
airphoto and remote imagery interpretation completed during October identified
an aggregate of 43 circular targets for ground follow-up, of which 28 targets
were examined by DUMONT field crews during November, leading to the discovery
of five collapse features. Based on surface geologic disturbances, the
collapse features discovered are believed to be surface expressions of buried
collapse structures which could be breccia pipes. The five collapse features
discovered have diameters ranging 100m to 200m.
    Field verification of the 15 remaining targets identified for ground
follow-up is in progress and scheduled to be completed by Christmas.
    To date, nearly 200 surface samples have been collected from the Property
and sent for analysis, and approximately 11 line kilometers of radiometric
surveying have been completed.
    Expectations are that, once all field verification work has been
completed and lab results are received, subsequent field work will rely on
drilling of the collapse features discovered to determine whether they are
uranium bearing breccia pipes. Future work may also be augmented with
geophysical surveys in advance of the contemplated drilling.

    The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
    responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

    DUMONT is a mineral exploration company with operations in Ontario, Utah,
Nevada and Arizona. DUMONT is Operator of the Utah Joint Venture which
controls approximately 15 square miles of mineral properties across the
historic Clifton-Gold Hill gold-silver-copper Mining District. DUMONT is
assembling a portfolio of uranium exploration projects across established US
historic mining districts. DUMONT holds one of the most prospective land
positions in the Attawapiskat diamond area in the James Bay Lowlands, Ontario,
with a carried interest in the Dumont Joint Venture exploring the area through
Metalex Ventures Limited and others under the direction of Mr. Charles Fipke.
All of DUMONT's properties are being actively explored either directly by
Dumont or via joint venture.

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For further information:

For further information: DUMONT Nickel Inc., Shahe Sabag, President &
CEO, or Denis Clement, Chairman, (416) 595-1195, email ir@dumontnickel.com;
visit www.dumontnickel.com

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