Visible pitchblende veins containing 1.19% to 7.92 % U(3)O(8) found at the West Target property

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    TORONTO, Sept. 8 /CNW/ - Uranium City Resources Inc. ("UCR"), is pleased
to report the following assay results from eight grab samples taken at its
West Target property located in the Beaverlodge / Uranium City Mining District
in north-west Saskatchewan.
    Prospecting and drilling work along a NE trend of EM conductors at the
West Target property encountered an area of bedrock extending over several
meters containing visible pitchblende veins of widths of up to 45cm.
    Radiometric prospecting in the surrounding area has now identified
anomalous radioactivity over a wide zone 500m in length by 100m in width along
a NE trending fault structure. This radioactive area includes the Mic showing
previously explored by exploration and mining company Eldorado Nuclear.
Several old trenches and evidence of drilling work (diamond and percussion
drill holes) can be seen throughout this area.
    Eight grab samples were collected in the prospected area from a bedrock
outcrop at the Mic Showing, in an old trench and also along a radioactive
fracture. Seven out of the eight grab samples show high U(3)O(8) values above

    Sample         Sample Type               Description            %U(3)O(8)
    MS-01   Grab sample - Mic showing   Strongly hematized granite      1.19
                                        cut by pitchblende vein and
                                        yellow U-oxides
    MS-02   Grab sample - Mic Showing   Silicified granite away from   0.006
                                        pitchblende veins
    MS-03   Grab sample                 Metasomatic granite cut by      2.92
                                        pitchblende vein and with
                                        yellow U-oxides
    MS-04   Grab sample - old trench    Metasomatic granite cut by      7.92
                                        pitchblende vein and yellow
    MS-05   Grab sample                 Metasomatic granite cut by      2.18
                                        pitchblende vein
    MS-06   Sample over 1m              Strongly hematized granite      2.30
             - Mic showing              cut by pitchblende vein and
                                        yellow U-oxides - Sample
                                        over 1m
    MS-07   Sample over 1m              Strongly hematized granite cut  2.06
             - Mic showing              by pitchblende vein and yellow
                                        U-oxides. Sample over 1m
    MS-08   Grab sample -radioactive    Metasomatic granite cut by      4.44
             fracture                   radioactive fracture
                                        - sample taken over 1m
    Samples were analyzed at Actlabs of Ancaster, Ontario, using the fusion-
    RF method of analysis for ore samples.

    Drilling has now started in this area to define the extension of these
U-rich veins laterally and at depth. In addition, trenching and further
prospecting work is being planned.
    The technical information in this news release has been reviewed by Jim
Kermeen, P. Eng. a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

    Forward looking statements:

    This news release contains certain forward-looking statements. These
forward-looking statements are subject to a variety of risks and uncertainties
beyond UCR's control or prediction and could cause actual events or results to
differ materially from those anticipated in such forward-looking statements.
Although UCR believes that the assumptions inherent in the forward-looking
statements are reasonable, undue reliance should not be placed on these
forward-looking statements.

For further information:

For further information: Malcolm Bucholtz, President & CEO, T: (306)
525-0852, E:

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