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Nov 05, 2008

Manitoba Coal Permits Withdrawn, C$663,000 Refunded

Bitterroot Resources Ltd. (BTT, TSX-V) has withdrawn applications for Quarry (Coal) Exploration Permits covering approximately 26,000 hectares (64,000 acres) in the Province of Manitoba. Today the Mines Branch of Manitoba's Department of Science, Technology, Energy and Mines refunded Bitterroot's deposits totalling $663,000. The Quarry (Coal) Exploration Permit applications were withdrawn to eliminate the associated near-term exploration funding obligations and conserve the Company's cash reserves during this period of unprecedented declines in resource equity markets.

Bitterroot will retain its recently issued Coal Prospecting Permits covering 1,248 hectares (3,084 acres) in eastern Saskatchewan. These permits are located approximately 25 kilometres east of Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan and cover road-accessible occurrences of coal-bearing strata of the Lower Cretaceous Mannville Group.

Bitterroot's management intends to continue funding the Company's share of bulk sampling and exploration expenditures on the Mineral Creek, BC high-grade gold project. Drilling is also continuing on the lands subject to the Cameco uranium joint venture in Michigan.


Michael S. Carr

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