Cartier Cuts 24.5 g/t Gold Over 3.0 Meters on Benoist Project

Cartier Cuts 24.5 g/t Gold Over 3.0 Meters on Benoist Project 
VAL-D'OR, QUEBEC -- (Marketwire) -- 11/05/12 -- Cartier Resources
Inc. (TSX VENTURE:ECR) ("Cartier") announces additional drill results
from recent drilling that confirm the continuity at depth of the
Pusticamica gold deposit (refer to press release dated September 18,
2012), on the Benoist project. The new results increase the volume of
the gold mineralized zone. 
Additional sampling in drill Hole Pu-12-01 yielded 24.5 g/t gold over
3.0 meters(i) at a depth of 475 meters and is included within a
mineralized envelop that grades 0.9 g/t gold over 134.0 meters. This
new gold intersection, along the depth extension of the Pusticamica
Gold-Bearing Zone, is situated over 200 meters from historical
drilling and is located 27 meters from a high grade intersection
recently announced grading 9.3 g/t gold over 3.0 meters included
within an interval grading 0.6 g/t Au over 73.0 meters. 
"This project acquisition completed in March 2012 now shows greater
reward potential for Cartier investors since the results of our first
drill programme confirm that the Pusticamica Gold-Bearing Zone is
wide, continuous and opens at depth. The programme was aimed at
better defining and increasing the volume of the gold-bearing
mineralization of the deposit." commented Philippe Cloutier,
President and Chief Executive Officer. "These two new high grade
intersections, each 3.0 meters wide, demonstrate the continuity of
the gold mineralization at depths over 475 meters. The 2012 objective
has been reached and the team is confident in planning the 2013
programme with the aim of further growing this project." added Mr.
The Benoist project is situated 65 km north-east of the town of
Lebel-sur-Quevillon, 25 km from the Bachelor Mine in Desmaraisville
and 30 km from the Nyrstar's Gonzague-Langlois Mine. 
Table of Diamond Drill Results 

Drill Hole                From             To         Length      Gold (Au)
                           (m)            (m)            (m)          (g/t)
PU-12-01                 572.0          706.0          134.0            0.9
including                660.0          663.0            3.0           24.5
PU-12-02                 572.0          645.0           73.0            0.6
PU-12-02                 675.6          678.6            3.0            9.3
Pu-12-03                 711.5          714.0            2.5            2.3
Pu-12-03                      Additional assays pending                    

(i) : The 24.5 g/t Au / 3.0 m includes 70.8 g/t Au / 1.0 m by
gravimetric finish. 
About Cartier 
The company's objective is to operate a dynamic process which will
allow it to develop and maintain a balanced portfolio of mining
projects ranging from exploration to resource definition, development
and production. Its VISION is to develop the company's current and
future assets into mineral production with a schedule consistent with
its human and financial resources and respecting sustainable
development practices. 
Quality Assurance / Quality Control 
The exploration program and the technical information presented in
this press release have been reviewed and approved by Mr. Philippe
Berthelot, P. Geo., and Senior Geologist-Exploration for Cartier. Mr.
Berthelot is a qualified person as defined by National Instrument
43-101. Cartier has implemented and adheres to a strict Quality
Assurance / Quality Control program which includes mineralized
standards and blanks for each batch of samples. Assay samples are
taken from drill core sawed in half with one half sent to a
commercial laboratory and the other half retained for future
reference. Analyses are performed by AGAT laboratories, Mississauga,
Ontario, an accredited laboratory. 
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Philippe Cloutier
President and CEO
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