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 July 22, 2010
Berkley Resources De-Lists From The Toronto Venture Exchange

 Berkley Resources Inc. ("Berkley" or the "Company") has announced that, effective July 22, 2010, the company has de-listed its shares from the TSX Venture Exchange (the "TSX-V"). Berkley's shares will now trade on the Canadian National Stock Exchange ("CNSX") under the symbol BKS and the US Pink Sheets under the symbol BRKDF. Berkley announced its new CNSX listing in a news release dated July 21, 2010.

Berkley President and CEO Matt Wayrynen said that de-listing from the TSX Venture Exchange and listing on the CNSX was a strategic move. "For some time we've wanted to diversify," stated Wayrynen. "Our primary motivation for listing on the CNSX was the exchange's flexibility in allowing us to promote growth through new opportunities, which we believe will enhance shareholder value. We were also attracted to the lower costs and streamlined regulations for maintaining a listing. We're very optimistic that this new environment will benefit shareholders."

All major Canadian investment dealers buy and sell shares on the CNSX. For a list of participating firms, please visit the CNSX Dealer List. Berkley share quotes, along with detailed charting, volume, news releases, insider reports and other information, are available anytime on the CNSX Disclosure Hall web page.

Berkley Resources Inc. is a growth-oriented, junior oil and gas company with production, development and exploration assets in Alberta and Saskatchewan, Canada.

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