Golden Goose extends Lac Levac strike length to 750 metres with multiple hits of over 1% nickel



    MONTREAL, Feb. 13 /CNW Telbec/ - Golden Goose Resources Inc. (TSX-V: GGR)
(the "Company") is pleased to report that it has received the results for the
final six holes of its 2007 drilling program at Lac Levac. These results
include multiple intersection grading over 1% nickel from the newly-discovered
eastern extension of the NISK-1 anomaly(*), which has now been traced along a
strike length of 750 metres. The Lac Levac property is wholly-owned by Golden
Goose and lies 216 km north of Chibougamau in the James Bay area of northern
Quebec.
    "The eastern extension is continuing to generate strong results," noted
Jean-Marc Lacoste, President of Golden Goose. "Of particular interest is Hole
46-07, the deepest hole drilled on that area in 2007, which intersected
11.0 metres of 1.04% nickel. This strengthens our conviction that the depth
extension of the NISK-1 anomaly is a high-potential target."
    The NISK-1 anomaly remains open at depth and along strike in both
directions. Definition drilling on both the main area and the eastern
extension has resumed following the Christmas break, as part of the 2008
drilling program of about 10,000 metres.
    The latest and final results for the 2007 drilling program are as
follows. Previously-reported results are also shown below for reference:

    
    Hole           From      To  Length      Ni     Cu     Co      Pt     Pd
    No.              (m)     (m)     (m)      %      %      %    (g/t)  (g/t)
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Main area (drilling recommended in July 2007 43-101 report)
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    24-07        120.20  130.70   10.50    0.92   0.48   0.07    0.02   0.49
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    52-07        351.00  355.00    4.00    1.03   0.41   0.08    0.06   0.47
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Eastern extension (newly discovered)
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    16-07        240.30  244.30    4.00    0.85   0.29   0.05    0.04   0.54
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    17-07        141.30  144.30    2.00    0.43   0.02   0.02    0.01   0.09
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    46-07        261.50  272.50   11.00    1.04   1.09   0.06    0.27   0.64
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    48-07        118.00  121.00    3.00    1.26   0.36   0.08    0.13   0.49
            And  140.50  143.50    3.00    0.55   0.08   0.04    0.05   0.38
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Holes 49-07 and 50-07 intersected minor mineralization (less than 2 m
    thickness at a cutoff grade of 0.4% Ni).
    Holes 33-08 and 51-08 will be drilled in 2008.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------

    Previously-disclosed results:

    Fall 2007 Program
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    Hole           From      To  Length      Ni     Cu     Co      Pt     Pd
    No.              (m)     (m)     (m)      %      %      %    (g/t)  (g/t)
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Main area (drilling recommended in July 2007 43-101 report)
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    19-07        284.50  286.50    2.00    0.45   0.11   0.02    0.04   0.32
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    22-07         23.00   27.50    4.50    0.89   0.25   0.07    0.04   0.87
            And   42.00   44.00    2.00    1.71   0.17   0.10    0.03   0.24
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    25-07        227.50  246.00   18.50    1.22   0.63   0.07    0.20   1.37
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    26-07         29.00   29.50    0.50    2.47   0.63   0.12    0.05   0.62
            And   35.00   36.00    1.00    0.96   0.06   0.07    0.05   0.51
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    28b-07       340.00  342.00    2.00    0.41   0.19   0.01    0.04   0.22
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    29-07        256.00  259.00    3.00    1.30   0.51   0.08    0.01   1.11
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    30-07        150.50  158.50    8.00    0.90   0.30   0.07    0.19   0.84
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    31-07         75.05   77.55    2.50    0.72   0.39   0.04    0.37   0.34
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    32-07         23.70   25.70    2.00    1.60   1.59   0.09    0.47   0.52
            And   16.50   18.20    1.70    0.74   0.25   0.04    0.24   0.12
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    39-07         58.50   61.00    2.50    0.77   0.38   0.04    0.20   2.67
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    40-07        243.50  247.00    3.50    0.70   0.21   0.04    2.64   1.59
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    41-07        121.00  133.50   12.50    0.56   0.43   0.03    0.14   0.85
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    42-07        238.00  240.50    2.50    0.76   0.32   0.05    0.17   0.49
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    43-07(1)     233.50  243.50   10.00    0.65   0.75   0.03    0.04   0.29
      Including  239.50  243.50    4.00    1.30   0.64   0.07    0.02   0.49
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    45-07        183.10  186.10    3.00    0.81   0.81   0.05    0.30   1.27
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    47-07        153.70  161.70    8.00    1.03   0.72   0.05    0.91   3.24
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Holes 19-07, 23-07, 27-07 and 38-07 intersected minor mineralization
    (less than 2 m thickness at a cutoff grade of 0.4% Ni).
    (1) The zone was extended to include a zone of high copper grades.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Eastern extension (newly discovered)
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    34-07        239.20  249.70   10.50    0.73   0.25   0.05    0.08   0.48
      Including  239.20  244.70    5.50    1.01   0.34   0.07    0.11   0.74
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    35-07         50.65   55.65    5.00    0.85   0.50   0.05    0.09   0.80
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    36-07        134.40  137.40    3.00    0.61   0.54   0.04    0.05   0.55
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    37-07        235.50  238.50    3.00    0.77   0.40   0.05    0.27   0.67
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Hole 44-07 intersected minor mineralization (less than 2 m thickness at a
    cutoff grade of 0.4% Ni).
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Holes 18-07, 20-07 and 21-07 showed no significant mineralization.
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Spring 2007 program
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    04-07        125.40  132.40    7.00    1.05   0.49   0.07    0.20   1.53
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    05-07        187.00  190.00    3.00    1.36   0.52   0.06    0.44   1.03
            And  192.00  209.50   17.50    1.48   0.42   0.09    0.26   1.10
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    06-07        154.50  156.00    1.50    1.08   0.35   0.07    0.09   0.79
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    07-07        106.70  108.70    2.00    1.17   0.28   0.07    0.23   0.94
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    08-07        129.00  133.00    4.00    1.07   0.31   0.07    0.04   0.76
            And  118.00  121.00    3.00    0.63   0.11   0.04    0.08   0.25
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    09-07        188.30  190.30    2.00    0.84   0.61   0.04    0.19   0.54
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    10-07        177.40  179.40    2.00    0.62   0.05   0.03    0.11   0.33
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    13-07        158.00  160.50    2.50    1.69   0.77   0.09    0.14   1.19
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    15-07         61.80   63.30    1.50    0.43   0.73   0.02    0.13   0.65
    -------------------------------------------------------------------------
    Holes 01-07, 02-07, 03-07 were drilled on the "C" anomaly and showed no
    significant mineralization.
    Holes 11-07 and 14-07 were cancelled.
    Hole 12-07 showed no significant mineralization.
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    Analyses were done by Accurassay Laboratories, Thunder Bay, Ontario. All
    samples are tested using a full scan ICP following an Aqua-Regia
    digestion. Ore grade samples are then reanalyzed by atomic absorption. Pt
    and Pd are tested by Fire Assay using lead collection.
    

    A map of the Lac Levac property showing the best drill results to date
    can be found at:

    http://www.goldengooseres.com/pages/en/levac_results_07

    The 2007 drill data is being used to update the NI 43-101-compliant
evaluation report and resource estimate dated July 2007, which showed the
NISK-1 anomaly to contain an indicated resource of 516,000 tonnes at 0.89%
nickel, 0.39% copper, 0.06% cobalt, 0.79 g/t palladium and 0.14 g/t platinum
and an inferred resource of 734,000 tonnes at 0.89% nickel, 0.34% copper,
0.06% cobalt, 0.77 g/t palladium and 0.14 g/t platinum.
    The Lac Levac drilling programs are planned and supervised by
Marc-Antoine Beaupré, a geological engineer and the qualified person as
defined by National Instrument 43-101. He has approved the contents of this
press release.

    (*) Previously called the INCO anomaly. Golden Goose has decided to
    assign Cree names to the Lac Levac anomalies; "nisk" means "goose" in
    Cree.

    ABOUT GOLDEN GOOSE RE

SOURCES Golden Goose Resources Inc. is a Canadian public company listed on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol GGR. The Company is principally engaged in mineral exploration and acquisition and has a portfolio of gold and nickel-platinum group metals properties in Ontario and Quebec. The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

For further information:

For further information: Golden Goose Resources Inc.: Jean-Marc Lacoste,
1-888-928-4667, Fax: 1-888-494-5371, lacoste@goldengooseres.com; Renmark
Financial Communications Inc.: Barry Mire, bmire@renmarkfinancial.com; James
Buchanan: jbuchanan@renmarkfinancial.com, (514) 939-3989, Fax: (514) 939-3717,
www.renmarkfinancial.com; Qualified Person under NI 43-101: Marc Antoine
Beaupré, Ing., (888) 928-4667, Fax: (888) 494-5471, www.goldengooseres.com

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