Bearing Receives Flume Drill Results from Ryan Gold

Bearing Receives Flume Drill Results from Ryan Gold 
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 11/07/12 -- Bearing
Resources Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:BRZ) ("Bearing", or the "Company")
reports that partner Ryan Gold Corp. ("Ryan Gold") has provided the
Company with drill results from the nine diamond drill hole (2,307m)
program on the Flume Property, Yukon, where Ryan Gold is in the
process of earning a 51-per-cent interest from the Company. 
The Flume property lies approximately 60 kilometres southwest of
Dawson City in the Yukon Territory and is in the heart of the
gold-rich 10-Mile River placer district. Ryan Gold completed soil
sampling programs in 2010 and 2011 and a detailed magnetic and
radiometric airborne survey in 2010. 

Summary of Flume Drill Hole Results
Hole (#)      (UTM)   (UTM) (degrees) (degrees)  FROM     TO Interval  (g/t)
                                                   (m)    (m)      (m)     
FL12-001    547694 7037166       132       -50 180.00 181.00     1.00  1.23
FL12-002    547903 7036932       131       -50       No Significant Results
FL12-003    548353 7036552       131       -50  82.30  83.00     0.70  1.42
                                                89.50  90.30     0.80  1.04
                                                92.00  93.00     1.00  2.25
FL12-004    548589 7036308       132       -50       No Significant Results
FL12-005    548806 7036087       131       -50       No Significant Results
FL12-006    549336 7036125       132       -50  32.00  34.00     2.00  5.76
FL12-007    549470 7035599       129       -50  67.00  68.20     1.20  1.11
                                                74.50  75.30     0.80  1.42
                                               185.50 186.62     1.12  1.57
FL12-008    548405 7036300        45       -50  97.50  99.50     2.00  1.35
FL12-009    548354 7036484        45       -50  49.00  50.00     1.00  0.74

Ryan Gold reports, "Results of the soil geochemical surveys and the
airborne magnetic survey have revealed an approximately 2.5 km long
northwest trending soil anomaly, greater than 100 ppb Au, that is
coincident with magnetic structural features. Smaller gold-in-soil
anomalies are also present in the northern area near the confluence
between the Ten Mile and Flume Creeks. The larger southern anomaly
was the focus of the 2012 diamond drill program, with all nine holes
spaced over the anomaly. Seven of the holes were drilled in alignment
of the main soil anomaly, while the final two (FL12-08 and FL12-09)
were oriented with a north-easterly azimuth in order to intersect the
structures highlighted in the geophysics, thought to be regional
scale fault zones. Drilling revealed complex geology consisting of
highly strained meta-sediments, high grade metamorphic rocks,
intrusive dykes and volcanic horizons. Although sulphide
mineralisation was common throughout the core, this seems to be a
late stage overprinting and was not associated with gold
mineralisation. The assay results are now being studied in tandem
with the core logs to try and better understand the controls on the
gold mineralisation." 
Ryan Gold further reports that "In total 2,906 drill core samples
from Flume have been sent for geochemical analysis. Drill cores for
assaying were taken at a maximum of three metre intervals in the
weathered zone, but predominantly at 1 metre intervals. Drill core
was cut with a diamond saw with one-half of the core placed in sealed
plastic bags. Sealed plastic sample bags were placed in a security
sealed bag and delivered to ALS Chemex ("ALS Chemex") in Whitehorse,
Yukon Territories. Here the entire sample was crushed passing minus
2mm, from which a 250g split of the crushed sample was pulverized
passing minus 75 micron. Pulp samples of 100g were shipped to ALS
Chemex Vancouver where the samples were analysed for gold by fire
assay using a 50g aliquot with an ICP finish. An additional 0.5g
sample analysed by aqua regia digestion was analysed for gold and an
additional 51 elements with an ICP-MS finish." 
"As part of Ryan Gold's QA/QC procedures, internationally recognised
standards, duplicates and blanks were inserted into the sample
batches. ALS Chemex is an ISO 9001 registered laboratory and has a
quality control program in place which includes the insertion of
standard, blank, and duplicate samples, as well as conducting repeat
analyses. The exploration program was supervised by Andy Randell,
Acting Chief Geologist of Ryan Gold. Ian Gendall, Pr.Sci.Nat., is
providing his expertise as the qualified person within the definition
of that term in NI 43-101." 
Ryan Gold's Option Agreement 
Under the terms of the agreement, Ryan Gold has the right to earn a
51% interest in the Flume property by incurring $1.5 million in
qualified expenditures over a four year period, which has been met,
and making cash payments of $500,000 ($175,000 paid). If the earn-in
is achieved, Ryan Gold would further have the option to increase its
share to 65% by spending an additional $5 million and making further
staged cash payments totalling $500,000 by the end of year seven. RGC
would then have the option of increasing its share to 75% by the end
of year nine by completing a feasibility study and making a cash
payment of $1 million. 
Bearing's Underlying Agreement with Freeport-McMoRan of Canada
Limited ("Freeport") 
Bearing may earn a 100% interest in the Flume property from Freeport
by making cash payments totalling $225,000 ($75,000 paid) and by
spending $500,000 on exploration work within 4 years (completed).
Freeport retains a 2% NSR royalty of which one half can be purchased
for a sum of $1,000,000. Freeport also retains the right to share in
the proceeds derived from the sale or option of the property to a
third party in the amount of 25% of the proceeds. 
Robert Cameron, P.Geo., President and CEO of Bearing, and who is a
qualified person within the context of National Instrument 43-101,
has reviewed this news release. 
About Bearing Resources 
Bearing is a Canadian based precious and base metal exploration
company with projects located in British Columbia, the Yukon and
Mexico. Bearing is exploring at the approx. 40,000 hectares Mapimi
gold-silver project located in the Altiplano Region of eastern
Durango, Mexico. The Company's Mount Polley and October Dome
copper-gold projects are located in British Columbia near Imperial
Metals Corporation's ("Imperial") Mt. Polley copper-gold mine and
includes a production royalty on the Boundary property, with
Imperial. In the Yukon, the company has three projects optioned out
including the Flume Project where Ryan Gold Corp. has been granted a
right to earn up to 75% interest. 
Robert Cameron, President & CEO 
For further information please visit Bearing's website at 
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applicable Canadian securities legislation. Such forward-looking
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respect to potential future and exploration potential of anomalies
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among others, the actual prices of commodities, the factual results
of current exploration, development and mining activities, changes in
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those factors disclosed in documents filed from time to time with the
securities regulators in the applicable Provinces of British Columbia
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Bearing Resources Ltd.
Robert Cameron
(604) 682-5546 
Bearing Resources Ltd.
Paul Reinhart
(604) 488-4907
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