Confederation Minerals Ltd. (TSX VENTURE: CFM.V) ( announces that it has engaged Frontline Communications Investor Relations Inc. of Toronto, Ontario to provide consulting services regarding formulating plans and budgets for the enhancement of the Company’s image and the distribution of corporate information, preparing corporate presentations and other materials designed to inform shareholders of corporate activities and prospects, meeting short and long term financial requirements and fund raising.  The engagement is initially for a term of three months commencing on February 1st, 2011 and expiring on May 1st, 2011 and may be renewed at the option of the Company by giving 30 days written notice prior to the expiry of the initial term.  The engagement may be terminated on 30 days notice.  The Company has agreed to pay Frontline $4,000 per month and has granted it 200,000 options at $0.45 per share.   Frontline Investor Relations Inc. is a private Toronto-based firm, specializing in investor relations, corporate communications and market awareness services and is controlled by Leo Karabelas.  Utilizing its extensive database of investment professionals and close personal relationships, Frontline has assisted numerous companies in achieving its marketing initiatives.  Mr. Karabelas has been consulting to public companies since 2003.
In addition to the stock options mentioned above Frontline Communications Investor Relations Inc. and Leo Karabelas own shares of the Company but are not insiders and are at arm’s length to the Company.

Confederation Minerals is an active junior exploration company with a focus on Potassium and Gold exploration targets

On behalf of the Board of
Confederation Minerals Ltd.

Lawrence A. Dick, Ph.D., P.Geo,
President and CEO

Lawrence A. Dick, Ph.D., P.Geo
Confederation Minerals Ltd.
President and CEO
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