StrataGold discovers new gold zones at Tassawini, Guyana



    VANCOUVER, June 11 /CNW/ - Vancouver, BC - StrataGold Corporation
(SGV-TSX) is pleased to report the discovery of three new gold zones within
the Clutch anomaly, at its 100% indirectly owned Tassawini project, Guyana,
with results from 38 additional reverse circulation (RC) holes. StrataGold
completed a total of 15,844.22 metres (m) of RC drilling in four hundred and
sixty four (464) holes in 2007. These results were not included in the
recently announced resource estimate (see news release dated June 10, 2008)
and demonstrate the good potential to identify additional gold mineralization
in close proximity to the existing compliant gold resource areas at Tassawini
and within the numerous untested gold anomalies on the Tassawini property.
Drilling has demonstrated that gold mineralization at Clutch is highly folded
with some holes terminating in mineralization. At this time there is not
enough information to correctly determine true width.

    RC Drill Results - Clutch

    Highlights of the RC drilling from Clutch include F1420 - 1.40 grams per
tonne (g/t) gold over 10.67 m; F1421 - 0.70 g/t over 21.34 m; and F1528 -
1.01 g/t over 12.19 m. Additional near surface gold mineralization in
saprolite was identified in holes F765, F1425 and F1537.

    
    Highlights of RC Results - Clutch:
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    Hole      Total Length (m)     From     To       Width       Gold Grade
                                                                    (g/t)
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    F765          18.98            3.74    17.45     13.71          0.71
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    F771          66.22           17.45    22.03      4.58          1.03
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    F1420         43.36            8.31    18.98     10.67          1.40
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    including                      8.31    14.41      6.10          2.09
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    (*)F1421      40.32           18.98    40.32     21.34          0.70
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    including                     18.98    25.08      6.10          1.68
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    F1425         63.17           43.36    54.03     10.67          0.68
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    F1429         63.17           20.50    25.07      4.57          0.60
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    F1430         37.27           29.65    35.74      6.09          0.65
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    F1528         49.46           35.74    47.93     12.19          1.01
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    F1536         54.03            5.26    12.88      7.62          0.77
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    and                           29.65    32.69      3.04          0.94
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    F1537         29.65            0.00    22.03     22.03          0.30
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    (*)F1540      14.41           11.36    14.41      3.05          0.77
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    (*) Drill hole bottomed in mineralization.
    Holes F1271 - F1274 incl., F1419, 1424, F1427 - F1428 incl., F1431,
    F1433, F1527, F1529, F1530 - F1535 incl., F1538 - F1539 incl., F1542 -
    F1544 incl. and F1546 - F1549 incl., did not return any significant
    intersections.
    

    A complete list of the RC results, including holes with no significant
results and maps pertaining to this news release can be found at
www.stratagold.com
    Gold mineralization was also identified in Trench 26 at Clutch with
results including 0.71 g/t over 35.00 m. This interval included a higher grade
interval of 2.00 g/t over 9.00 m.

    
    Highlights of Trench Results - Clutch:
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    Hole      Total Length (m)     From     To       Width       Gold Grade
                                                                    (g/t)
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    TR25            110           54.00    59.00      5.00          0.42
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    TR26            111           21.00    56.00     35.00          0.71
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    including                     29.00    38.00      9.00          2.00
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    including                     29.00    33.00      4.00          3.47
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    Quality Control and Assurance of Samples

    A rigorous Quality Control and Assurance program (QC/QA) is in place,
using control samples and duplicates, as well as Chain of Custody protocols,
under the supervision of Bill Yeomans, P.Geo., General Manager, Exploration
South America. Tamperproof sample bags with zip lock tags are being utilized
for all of the drill samples. The Tassawini samples were freighted by air in
sealed containers to be analyzed at either ALS Chemex in Vancouver or to the
ACME sample prep facility located in Georgetown, Guyana. The samples prepped
in the ACME's Georgetown facility are air freighted to the ACME analytical
laboratory in Santiago, Chile for analysis. Both ALS Chemex and ACME are
recognized as ISO 9000 registered laboratories. The control samples, blank and
duplicate assay results received for the drilling program demonstrated to
StrataGold that the results are considered reliable.
    Bill Yeomans, P.Geo., General Manager, Exploration South America, has
reviewed and approved the technical information in this press release.

    About StrataGold

    StrataGold is a gold development company focused on the systematic
exploration and development of two advanced-stage gold projects and the BRL
Venture with Newmont in Guyana. To obtain additional information, photos,
project updates and maps pertaining to this news release, please visit:
www.stratagold.com.

    Statement Regarding Forward Looking Statements

    This news release of StrataGold Corporation (the "Company") contains
statements that constitute "forward-looking statements." Such forward-looking
statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors
that may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or
developments in our industry, to differ materially from the anticipated
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"will," "would," "may," "could" or "should" occur. Information inferred from
the interpretation of drilling results and information concerning mineral
resource estimates may also be deemed to be forward looking statements, as
such information constitutes a prediction of what might be found to be present
when and if a project is actually developed. Forward-looking statements in
this document include statements regarding: the Company's expectations
regarding drilling and exploration activities on properties in which the
Company has an interest; and the Company's statements regarding estimates of
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assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate. Actual results and
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the Company's expectations include among others, risks related to fluctuations
in mineral prices; uncertainties related to raising sufficient financing to
fund planned work in a timely manner and on acceptable terms; changes in
planned work resulting from weather, logistical, technical or other factors;
the possibility that results of work will not fulfill expectations and realize
the perceived potential of the Company's properties; uncertainties involved in
the estimation of resources; the possibility that required permits may not be
obtained on a timely manner or at all; the possibility that capital and
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event that management's beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors,
should change.





For further information:

For further information: Terry Tucker, President and CEO, Vanessa
Pickering, Manager, Investor Communications, StrataGold Corporation, Tel:
(604) 696-6601, E-mail: info@stratagold.com, Website: www.stratagold.com

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