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#Tue Oct 29, 2019
Alto Recovers High Gold Grain Counts from Glacial Till Samples at Mud Lake, Beardmore-Geraldton Gold Belt, Ontario

 Vancouver, B.C., October 29, 2019. Alto Ventures Ltd. (ATV: TSX-V) is pleased to announce results from 40 surface glacial till samples collected on its 100% owned Mud Lake gold property during the 2018 and follow up 2019 field seasons. The Mud Lake property is located in the Beardmore-Geraldton gold belt in Ontario and adjacent to the Ishkoday property which is being actively explored by Laurion Mineral Exploration Inc.

Gold grains were recovered from 38 of the 40 samples processed and 37 of them contain one or more grains described as "pristine". Pristine grains are delicate pieces of free gold that are generally interpreted to have been derived from sources close to the sampling sites. Four samples contain over 50 gold grains each including numerous pristine grains; one sample collected in 2019 contains 429 gold grains of which almost 96% of the gold grains are described as pristine.

To date, there are 12 known surface gold occurrences associated with the northeast striking Mud Lake Shear Zone (MLSZ) which has been traced for six km on the property (Figure 1). Historical results include 50.6 g/t Au and 19.81 g/t Au in surface grab samples as well as 3.39 g/t Au over 6.1 m and 7.25 g/t Au over 1.0 m in separate drill holes. Prospecting in 2019 discovered a major shear zone straddling the southeastern contact between the felsic Coyle Lake Intrusive and the intermediate metavolcanic rocks and trending parallel to sub-parallel to the MLSZ. Very little exploration work has been completed to explore this newly discovered shear zones, but it was observed in some outcrop areas that the shear zone is over 50 m wide.

Samples which contain high gold grain counts cluster near the southwest corner of the property and bring focus to the southwest end of MLSZ where past exploration was limited only to trenching (South Trench in Figure 1). The 2019 sample with the 429 gold grain counts was collected east from the MLSZ and near the newly discovered shear zone, suggesting there may be a gold bearing source in bedrock up ice from the sample site. This is a new target and opens the area for additional exploration as thus far only a few till samples were collected to test for gold glacial dispersion along this shear zone.

"We are very pleased by these results from Mud Lake because they confirm that the MLSZ is an excellent, under-explored exploration target. The 2019 work has also identified a new structure that could be potentially gold bearing but has not been explored previously. We are further encouraged by the potential of the Mud Lake property as it lies adjacent to the Ishkoday project from which Laurion Mineral Exploration continues to report encouraging results from their extensive summer exploration program. These are all positive indicators for Alto’s properties in the Beardmore-Geraldton gold belt” stated Rick Mazur, Alto’s CEO and Director.

Figure 1 Gold in Glacial Tills and Gold Occurrences

Quality Assurance/Quality Control

Alto's field crews collected a total of 40 till samples during the 2018 and 2019 summer sampling programs using hand shovels. Sampling included hand-digging of pits and then screening the till through a 6 mm screen until a nominal 10 kg of the screened material was obtained. Depth of sampling varied from 0.15 m to 1.5 m depending on availability of till. The screened till samples were shipped to Overburden Drilling Management (ODM) in Ottawa, Ontario. The samples were processed for gold grain counts and grain descriptions by ODM as ODM is the industry pioneer and global leader in heavy mineral geochemistry and indicator mineral exploration. Details of the sample processing protocol and quality control can be obtained from ODM and their website www.odm.ca.

Alto's President Mike Koziol, P. Geo. has supervised the field programs and reviewed the contents of this news release. He is a qualified person under the provisions of National Instrument 43-101 and approves the technical data and conclusions in this news release.

About Alto Ventures Ltd

Alto Ventures Ltd. is an exploration and development company with a portfolio of highly prospective Canadian gold properties. The Company is active in the Abitibi greenstone belt in Quebec on the Destiny gold property and is exploring in the Beardmore-Geraldton gold belt in Ontario. In Manitoba, the Company is focused on the gold and base metals potential of the highly prospective but relatively under-explored Oxford Lake property.

For more details regarding the Company’s projects, please visit our website at www.altoventures.com.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD,

Richard J. Mazur, P. Geo.,
CEO

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

For further information contact:

Mike Koziol,
President and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Unit 7 -- 1351C Kelly Lake Rd
Sudbury, ON., P3E 5P5
Tel: 705-522-6372
Email:

Rick Mazur,
CEO and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Suite 615-800 W. Pender Street
Vancouver, BC, V6C 2V6
Tel: 604-689-2599
Email:

 
#Wed Jul 24, 2019
Alto Drills 11 Sonic Holes at Destiny

 Vancouver, B.C., July 24, 2019. Alto Ventures Ltd. (ATV: TSX-V) is pleased to announce completion of the 11 sonic drill hole orientation program on its Destiny project in Quebec. The program is in part a follow-up to the compilation work done by Alto this past winter (see Alto news release dated February 27, 2019) and tests a number of analytical methods to determine if gold mineralization can be discovered using glacial dispersion overburden sampling techniques. The sonic holes were drilled down-ice from the currently known mineralized zones as well as down-ice from several of the new targets identified during the extensive compilation of data earlier this year (see Figure 1).

In addition to the overburden sampling, each of the holes was drilled into bedrock to determine the bedrock geology.

Because this orientation program is mainly sampling glacial tills, a number of analytical methods are being tested to determine which is most suitable as a potential screening tool for gold mineralization. Therefore, results from the holes are not anticipated until the third quarter of this year.

Destiny Gold Project, Quebec

The Destiny project hosts the DAC Gold Deposit*, one of several mineralized zones along a six km segment of the Despinassy shear which splays from the regionally extensive Chicobi Fault in the Abitibi subprovince. The DAC Deposit has Indicated Mineral Resources of 10.8 million tonnes at an average grade of 1.05 g/t gold and Inferred Mineral Resources of approximately 8.3 million tonnes at an average grade of 0.92 g/t gold using a 0.5 g/t gold cut-off grade. The estimated contained ounces in the Indicated category are 364,000 plus 247,000 ounces in the Inferred classification. At a cut-off grade of 1.0 g/t gold from approximately 15 metres below surface to a depth of 400 metres, the DAC deposit was estimated to include 3,858,800 tonnes at an average grade of 1.71 gpt Au Indicated (212,310 contained ounces gold) and 2,521,400 tonnes at an average grade of 1.53 gpt Au Inferred (124,390 contained ounces gold). The gold mineralization is open to depth and along strike.

*The Resource Estimates for the DAC Deposit were calculated consistent with guidelines set out in National Instrument 43-101 and filed on Sedar on March 7, 2011. Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves and by definition do not demonstrate economic viability.

Figure 1 Location of sonic drill holes and gold targets

Alto's President, Mike Koziol, P. Geo. is a qualified person under the provisions of National Instrument 43-101 and approves the technical data and conclusions in this news release.

About Alto Ventures Ltd

Alto Ventures Ltd. is an exploration and development company with a portfolio of highly prospective Canadian gold properties. The Company is active in the Abitibi greenstone belt in Quebec on the Destiny gold property and is exploring in the Beardmore-Geraldton gold belt in Ontario. In Manitoba, the Company is focused on the gold and base metals p otential of the highly prospective but relatively under-explored Oxford Lake property. For more details regarding the Company's projects, please visit our website at www.altoventures.com.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD,

Richard J. Mazur, P. Geo.,
CEO

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

For further information contact:

Mike Koziol,
President and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Unit 7 -- 1351C Kelly Lake Rd
Sudbury, ON., P3E 5P5
Tel: 705-522-6372
Email:

Rick Mazur,
CEO and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Suite 615-800 W. Pender Street
Vancouver, BC, V6C 2V6
Tel: 604-689-2599
Email:

 
#Thu Jun 27, 2019
Alto Commences Sonic Drilling At Destiny

 Vancouver, B.C., June 27, 2019. Alto Ventures Ltd. (ATV: TSX-V) is pleased to announce the commencement of a 10 sonic drill hole orientation study on its Destiny project in Quebec. The study is in part a follow-up to the compilation work completed by Alto this past winter (see Alto news release dated February 27, 2019) and tests a number of analytical methods to determine if gold mineralization can be discovered using glacial dispersion overburden sampling techniques. The sonic holes will test the glacial dispersion from the currently known mineralized zones and several of the new targets identified from the extensive compilation of data completed earlier this year.

In addition to the overburden sampling, each of the holes will be drilled into bedrock, from 1.5 to 3.0 m below the overburden, to determine the bedrock geology.

Destiny Gold Project, Quebec

The Destiny project hosts the DAC Gold Deposit*, one of several mineralized zones along a six km segment of the Despinassy shear which splays from the regionally extensive Chicobi Fault in the Abitibi subprovince. The DAC Deposit has Indicated Mineral Resources of 10.8 million tonnes at an average grade of 1.05 g/t gold and Inferred Mineral Resources of approximately 8.3 million tonnes at an average grade of 0.92 g/t gold using a 0.5 g/t gold cut-off grade. The estimated contained ounces in the Indicated category are 364,000 plus 247,000 ounces in the Inferred classification. At a cut-off grade of 1.0 g/t gold from approximately 15 metres below surface to a depth of 400 metres, the DAC deposit was estimated to include 3,858,800 tonnes at an average grade of 1.71 gpt Au Indicated (212,310 contained ounces gold) and 2,521,400 tonnes at an average grade of 1.53 gpt Au Inferred (124,390 contained ounces gold). The gold mineralization is open to depth and along strike.

In February, 2019 Alto completed a compilation of all drill, geophysical and geochemical data available for the project to determine if there are targets on the Destiny property that when drilled could significantly increase the gold resources on the project. In addition to the Gap and Darla zones, the compilation work has identified three target areas for follow up drilling (see Figure 1).
  • Target 1 is located 800 m west of the DAC Deposit and is interpreted to lie along the western extension of DAC mineralization. This area was drilled previously by two holes, one of which intersected several intervals of anomalous gold. From the compilation work and interpretation of geology, it is believed that these holes stopped short of the main DAC target horizon and further drilling is required.
  • Target 2 comprises Zones 20 and 21, located three km east of the DAC Deposit. These were sparsely tested by drilling and mineralization in both zones remains open on strike to the east and west and to depth.
  • Target 3 is located approximately 500 m south of the DAC Deposit and is interpreted to be along the folded extension of the DAC mineralization. Previous drilling was limited to only two holes 300 m apart, and each intersected intervals of anomalous gold values.

Figure 1 Destiny Project - Location of target areas for future diamond drilling to increase the gold resources on the property

In addition to gold, the Destiny property has high potential for VMS type deposits as indicated by the presence of airborne VTEM anomalies and the large number of previous drill holes at the DAC Deposit that intersected significant copper, zinc and lead mineralization associated with an exhalite unit containing semi-massive and massive sulphides (see Alto news releases dated February 18, 2010, April 12, 2010). Grades up to 5.79% copper, 3.42% zinc, 1.21 g/t gold and 117.0 g/t silver were intersected over 0.7 m core length at the DAC Deposit.

*The Resource Estimates for the DAC Deposit were calculated consistent with guidelines set out in National Instrument 43-101 and filed on Sedar on March 7, 2011. Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves and by definition do not demonstrate economic viability.

Alto's President, Mike Koziol, P. Geo. is a qualified person under the provisions of National Instrument 43-101 and approves the technical data and conclusions in this news release.

About Alto Ventures Ltd

Alto Ventures Ltd. is an exploration and development company with a portfolio of highly prospective Canadian gold properties. The Company is active in the Abitibi greenstone belt in Quebec on the Destiny gold property and is exploring in the Beardmore-Geraldton gold belt in Ontario. In Manitoba, the Company is focused on the gold and base metals potential of the highly prospective but relatively under-explored Oxford Lake property. For more details regarding the Company's projects, please visit our website at www.altoventures.com.


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD,


Richard J. Mazur, P. Geo.,
CEO

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


For further information contact:

Mike Koziol,
President and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Unit 7 -- 1351C Kelly Lake Rd
Sudbury, ON., P3E 5P5
Tel: 705-522-6372
Email: [email protected]

Rick Mazur,
CEO and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Suite 615-800 W. Pender Street
Vancouver, BC, V6C 2V6
Tel: 604-689-2599
Email: [email protected]
 
#Wed Feb 27, 2019
Alto Provides Update On Gold Projects

 Vancouver, B.C., February 27, 2019. Alto Ventures Ltd. (ATV: TSX-V) is pleased to provide an update on its Destiny project in Quebec, Miner Lake project in Ontario and Oxford Lake project in Manitoba. The Company will feature a booth, number 2622A in the Investors Exchange at the 2019 PDAC Convention in Toronto on Sunday March 3 and Monday March 4, 2019 to provide additional information on these projects.

Destiny, Quebec

The Destiny project hosts the DAC Gold Deposit, one of several mineralized zones along a six kilometre segment of the Despinassy shear which splays from the regionally extensive Chicobi Fault in the Abitibi subprovince. The DAC Deposit has Indicated Mineral Resources of 10.8 million tonnes at an average grade of 1.05 g/t gold and Inferred Mineral Resources of approximately 8.3 million tonnes at an average grade of 0.92 g/t gold using a 0.5 g/t gold cut-off grade. The estimated contained ounces in the Indicated category are 364,000 plus 247,000 ounces in the Inferred classification*. The gold mineralization is open to depth and along strike.

Alto has completed compilation of all drill, geophysical and geochemical data available for the project to determine if there are targets on the Destiny property that when drilled could significantly increase the gold resources on the project. In addition to the Gap and Darla zones, the compilation work has identified three target areas for follow up drilling (see Figure 1).
  • Target 1 is located 800 m west of the DAC Deposit and is interpreted to lie along the western extension of DAC mineralization. This area was drilled previously by two holes, one of which intersected several intervals of anomalous gold. From the compilation work and interpretation of geology, it is believed that these holes stopped short of the main DAC target horizon and further drilling is required.
  • Target 2 comprises Zones 20 and 21, located three km east of the DAC Deposit. These were sparsely tested by drilling and mineralization in both zones remains open on strike to the east and west and to depth.
  • Target 3 is located approximately 500 m south of the DAC Deposit and is interpreted to be along the folded extension of the DAC mineralization. Previous drilling was limited to only two holes 300 m apart, and each intersected intervals of anomalous gold values.
If financing becomes available, selected holes could be drilled on each of these targets during the summer of 2019.


Figure 1 Destiny Project - Location of target areas for drilling to increase the gold resources on the property

In addition to gold, the Destiny property has high potential for VMS type deposits as indicated by the presence of airborne VTEM anomalies and the large number of previous drill holes at the DAC Deposit that intersected significant copper, zinc and lead mineralization associated with an exhalite unit containing semi-massive and massive sulphides (see Alto news releases dated February 18, 2010, April 12, 2010). Grades up to 5.79% copper, 3.42% zinc, 1.21 g/t gold and 117.0 g/t silver were intersected over 0.7 m core length at the DAC Deposit.

Zones of semi-massive and massive sulphide bands and veins containing anomalous base metals were also intersected in a historical drill hole two kilometres northwest of the DAC Deposit. These sulphide intersections were detected by Alto's 2008 VTEM survey. There are numerous other airborne electromagnetic anomalies on the property that have not been drilled.

Miner Lake, Ontario

In October, 2018 the Company completed 1,010 m of diamond drilling in five holes. The program was designed to further test the main East-West mineralized corridor previously drilled by holes MIN11-06 and 07 as well as other targets on the property. This program continued to build on Alto's previous work which identified persistent anomalous gold mineralization in widespread breccia zones hosted by feldspar porphyritic diorite. Gold values greater than 100 ppb (0.1 g/t) were intersected in each of the five holes, including 0.48 g/t Au/15.0 m in MIN18-10; 4.48 g/t Au/1.5 m and 0.36 g/t Au/10.5 m in MIN18-11; 0.94 g/t Au/1.5 m in MIN18-12; and 0.23 g/t Au/23 m in MIN18-14. In 2011, drill hole MIN11-06 returned 0.6 g/t Au/39.2 m including higher grade intercept 4.24 g/t Au/1.5m; mineralization in this hole starts at 9.8 m depth.

Results from compilation of previous work indicate that mineralization occurs in two parallel structures approximately 500 m apart. Drill holes MIN18-10 to 13 as well as MIN11-06 and 07 were drilled in the "Main E-W Mineralized Corridor" and hole MIN18-14 tested the structure 500 m to the north. Both of these structures are open along strike and to depth.

Prospecting in 2018 located a third area of anomalous gold mineralization a further 500 m north of the northern structure. Several bedrock grab samples returned gold values greater than 100 ppb (0.1 g/t), including one sample that assayed 2.88 g/t Au. This area is still relatively poorly explored but may be indicative of a third mineralized structure occurring parallel to the other two.

Oxford Lake, Manitoba

In December 2018, Alto received a work permit to carry out exploration programs consisting of line cutting, ground geophysics and 3,000 m of diamond drilling. The work permit was issued with certain conditions including a requirement that a heritage resource impact assessment (HRIA) study satisfactory to the Historic Resource Branch of Manitoba Sport, Culture and Heritage be completed before work begins. Requests for quotations were sent out to several archaeological consultants to obtain costs estimates for the HRIA, which is anticipated to be carried out during summer 2019. Alto remains open to working with the Bunibonibee Cree Nation (BCN) to resolve the outstanding issues in order to advance the Oxford Lake Project and plans to engage with the BCN in the future.

Alto had planned a 2017-18 winter program of ground geophysics and approximately 3,000 m of diamond drilling. However, in December, 2017 the Company was advised of last minute challenges to obtaining a work permit for its 2017-18 winter program and decided not to proceed with the planned program during the 2017-18 winter season.

The Oxford Lake property is being explored for iron formation hosted gold mineralization. The Rusty Gold Deposit is hosted by iron formation and has a Historical Resource of 800,000 tonnes averaging 6 g/t gold and containing approximately 154,000 ounces of gold**. In 2012 the Company drilled hole RUS12-03 in the Blue Jay area, another iron-formation gold target approximately two kilometres on trend and to the east of the Rusty Deposit. RUS12-03 intersected two zones of high-grade gold mineralization: Zone One - 2.7 m averaging 6.7 g/t gold including 22.5 g/t gold over 0.5 m and Zone Two - 6.8 m averaging 5.7 g/t gold including 11.7 g/t gold over 1.6 m and 16.5 g/t gold over 1.0 m. Gold mineralization at both the Rusty Gold Deposit and the Blue Jay Zone is open along strike and to depth.

*The Resource Estimates were calculated consistent with guidelines set out in National Instrument 43-101 and filed on Sedar on March 7, 2011. Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves and by definition do not demonstrate economic viability.

**The Historical Resource was estimated in 1990 and a Qualified Person (QP), as defined by NI43-101, has not done sufficient work to classify this historical estimate as current mineral resources. Alto is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources, as defined by NI43-101, and thus the historical estimate should not be relied upon.


Alto's President, Mike Koziol, P. Geo. is a qualified person under the provisions of National Instrument 43-101 and approves the technical data and conclusions in this news release.

About Alto Ventures Ltd

Alto Ventures Ltd. is an exploration and development company with a portfolio of highly prospective Canadian gold properties. The Company is active in the Abitibi greenstone belt in Quebec on the Destiny gold property and is exploring in the Beardmore-Geraldton gold belt in Ontario. In Manitoba, the Company is focused on the gold and base metals potential of the highly prospective but relatively under-explored Oxford Lake property. For more details regarding the Company's projects, please visit our website at www.altoventures.com.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD,

Richard J. Mazur, P. Geo.,
CEO

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

For further information contact:

Mike Koziol,
President and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Unit 7 -- 1351C Kelly Lake Rd
Sudbury, ON., P3E 5P5
Tel: 705-522-6372
Email: [email protected]

Rick Mazur,
CEO and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Suite 615-800 W. Pender Street
Vancouver, BC, V6C 2V6
Tel: 604-689-2599
Email: [email protected]
 
#Thu Dec 6, 2018
Alto Receives Work Permit For Oxford Lake Project, Manitoba

 Vancouver, B.C., December 6, 2018. Further to its news release of November 6, 2017, Alto Ventures Ltd. (ATV: TSX-V) (the "Company") has now received a work permit to carry out exploration programs consisting of line cutting, ground geophysics and 3,000 m of diamond drilling on its Oxford Lake project in Manitoba. The work permit was issued with certain conditions including a requirement that a heritage resource impact assessment (satisfactory to the Historic Resource Branch of Manitoba Sport, Culture and Heritage) be completed before work begins.

Given the conditions of the permit, and given that the planned work can best be carried out during the winter, Alto does not plan to undertake the work this winter season. The Company will however proceed with the heritage resource impact assessment and continue to engage the Bunibonibee Cree Nation (BCN) on opportunities associated with the project. Alto has in the past retained a number of BCN members and companies for a range of services including line cutting, ground geophysics, ice road maintenance, camp personnel and fuel purchases from the community for the geophysical survey and drill program.

A decision as to whether to proceed with a drill program will be made prior to the winter of 2020.

Alto's President, Mike Koziol, P. Geo. is a qualified person under the provisions of National Instrument 43-101 and approves the technical data and conclusions in this news release.

About the Oxford Lake Project

The Oxford Lake gold property targets Banded Iron Formation ("BIF") associated gold deposits in central Manitoba, approximately 150 km southeast of Thompson. The property includes the BIF hosted Rusty Gold Deposit, with Historical Resources* of 800,000 tonnes averaging 6 g/t gold (approximately 154,000 contained ounces of gold) as well as several other gold occurrences. The Blue Jay gold zone lies on trend and two km east of the Rusty Deposit and it too is associated with BIF. Drilling by Alto in 2012 on the Blue Jay Zone intersected two zones of high grade gold mineralization in hole RUS12-03; Zone One - 2.7 m averaging 6.7 g/t Au including 22.5 g/t Au over 0.5 m and Zone Two - 6.8 m averaging 5.7 g/t Au including 11.7 g/t Au over 1.6 m and 16.5 g/t Au over 1.0 m.

Both the Rusty Deposit and Blue Jay Zone lie along the Carrot River-Rusty-Blue Jay trend, a linear trend of magnetic highs that was traced by Alto's 2011 airborne geophysical surveys for over 30 km but only a few holes were drilled along this trend, including historical hole CR92-2. CR92-2 was drilled 10 km west of the Rusty Deposit in the Carrot River area intersecting 0.98 g/t Au over 3.1 m hosted by 10.3 m wide BIF units.

BIF deposits such as the Musselwhite Mine in Ontario tend to be large and relatively high grade. Past production at the Musselwhite Mine to the end of 2017 was 25.67 million tonnes at an average grade of 5.92 g/t Au (4.88 million ounces of gold). Proven and Probable Reserves to June 30, 2017 were 8.8 million tonnes averaging 6.5 g/t Au (1.85 million ounces) as well as over 8 million tonnes in various Resource Estimate categories (Ontario Geological Survey Resident Geologist Program, March 2018).

*The resource was estimated in 1990 and a Qualified Person (QP), as defined by NI43-101, has not done sufficient work to classify this historical estimate as current mineral resources. Alto is not treating the historical estimate as current mineral resources, as defined by NI43-101, and thus the historical estimate should not be relied upon.

About Alto Ventures Ltd

Alto Ventures Ltd. is an exploration and development company with a portfolio of highly prospective Canadian gold properties. The Company is active in the Abitibi greenstone belt in Quebec on the Destiny gold property and is exploring in the Beardmore-Geraldton gold belt in Ontario. In Manitoba, the Company is focused on the gold and base metals potential of the highly prospective but relatively under-explored Oxford Lake property. For more details regarding the Company's projects, please visit our website at www.altoventures.com.


ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD,


Richard J. Mazur, P. Geo.,
CEO

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.


For further information contact:

Mike Koziol,
President and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Unit 7 -- 1351C Kelly Lake Rd
Sudbury, ON., P3E 5P5
Tel: 705-522-6372
Email: [email protected]

Rick Mazur,
CEO and Director
ALTO VENTURES LTD.
Suite 615-800 W. Pender Street
Vancouver, BC, V6C 2V6
Tel: 604-689-2599
Email: [email protected]
 

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