Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. - Exploration results demonstrate excellent depth potential at Kiena Mine

    VAL-D'OR, QC, Nov. 26 /CNW/ - Drilling targeting the depth extensions of
the S-50 Zone and the Shawkey 22 Zone is returning encouraging results at the
Kiena Mine.
    Results are complete from drill hole U-4317, the first of three deep
holes being drilled from the 910 metre level of the Kiena Mine. These holes
are being drilled to test the S-50 Zone to a depth of approximately 1.3
kilometres, 200 metres below any previous drill intersections. U-4317 returned
3.92gAu/tonne over a core length of 13.0 metres. This intersection has an
estimated true width of 6.6 metres and is located approximately 100 metres
southeast of and 100 metres below the nearest drill hole. These results show
that the zone has good potential at depth. The S-50 Zone provided
approximately 98% of the 1.56 million ounces of gold produced at the Kiena
mine until 2002.

    Table 1 - S-50 Zone Intersections

                                                                   Cut Grade
    Hole    Azimuth     Dip    From    To  Corelength  True Width  (34.28gAu/
    No.    (degrees) (degrees)  (m)    (m)    (m)          (m)       tonne)

    U-4317    132       -53    416.3  421.35   5.05        2.6        2.06
                               432.4  445.40  13.00        6.6        3.92
            including          432.4  442.70  10.30        5.2        4.10

    Please refer to Wesdome's press release from October 15, 2007: "Kiena
Cranks Up Exploration Effort"
(http://www.wesdome.com/documents/WGM_2007_10_15.pdf) for a detailed plan and
section view of the drilling on the S50 zone.
    Partial results are in for the first two holes being drilled to test the
Shawkey 22 Zone at a depth of approximately 330 metres. Hole 141-146 returned
3.04gAu/tonne over a core length of 1.0 metre and hole 141-147 returned
18.06gAu/tonne (8.04gAu/tonne when cut to 34.28gAu/tonne) over a core length
of 7.0 metres. This information will assist the planning of a bulk sampling
program to test the continuity and grade of the 22 Zone. The 330 level access
drift is currently 130 metres from the 22 Zone and is expected to arrive near
year end. The company interprets this zone to be an array of flat ladder veins
hosted by a vertically dipping feldspar porphyry sill and its immediate
country rocks. Previous drilling has traced the structure at shallow depth
over a strike length of 700 metres.

    Table 2 - Shawkey 22 Zone Intersections

                                                                  Cut Grade
    Hole       Azimuth     Dip      From      To    Corelength    (34.28gAu/
    No.       (degrees) (degrees)    (m)      (m)      (m)          tonne)

    141-146       30       -75     380.25    381.25    1.0          3.04
    141-147       30       -75     300.80    307.80    7.0          8.04

    It is encouraging to see a persistent and well altered and mineralized
system carrying visible gold at Shawkey. Wesdome will be displaying core
samples from these drill holes at the Quebec Exploration conference held in
Quebec City from November 27-29, 2007.
    This release was prepared by Paul Arscott, P.Geo and Chief Geologist,
Kiena mine in his capacity as a Qualified Person within the meaning of
National Instrument 43-101. Assay work is performed by fire assay methods at
the Kiena mine assay laboratory. In addition to internal duplicates, standards
and blanks the geology department inserts blind standards and blanks at a
frequency of one in twenty samples to monitor quality control.

    Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. is an established Canadian gold producer with
mining operations and development projects in Wawa, Ontario and Val d'Or,
Quebec. The Company has 97 million shares issued and trades on the TSX
Exchange under the symbol "WDO".

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obligation to update any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of
new information, future events or results or otherwise. There can be no
assurance that forward-looking statements will prove to be accurate, as actual
results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in
such statements. The Company undertakes no obligation to update forward
looking statements if circumstances, management's estimates or opinions should
change, except as required by securities legislation. Accordingly, the reader
is cautioned not to place undue reliance on forward-looking statements.

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For further information:

For further information: Rowland Uloth, President, Donovan Pollitt, VP
Corporate Development; 8 King St. East, Suite 1305, Toronto, ON, M5C-1B5, Toll
Free: 1-866-4-WDO-TSX, Phone: (416) 360-3743, Fax: (416) 360-7620, Email:
invest@wesdome.com, Website: www.wesdome.com

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