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January 25, 2007

2006 Diamond Drilling on Virgin River Uranium Project Returns Highest Grade Thickness to Date

Vancouver, B.C., January 25, 2007 - Formation Capital Corporation (the “Company”, FCO-TSX,) is pleased to provide results as reported to the Company by project operator, Cameco Corporation, from the summer 2006 diamond drilling program at the Centennial Zone of the Virgin River Uranium Project, located within the south-central portion of the Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan. The project is a joint venture formed in 1998 between Formation Capital Corporation’s wholly owned Canadian subsidiary, Coronation Mines Limited and UEM, jointly owned by Cameco Corporation and by AREVA Resources Canada Inc (formerly COGEMA Resources Inc). Coronation Mines Limited owns 2% of the project with a right of first offer to increase its ownership of the project up to 10% and is carried on the project through to $10 million worth of exploration and development. To date, more than $8.4 million has been spent exploring for a large unconformity-type deposit on the project, consequently resulting in the discovery of the Centennial Zone. The Joint Venture is very encouraged with the exploration results and has approved a budget of $3.3 million for 2007 to continue exploration of the project, an increase of 65% over last year’s budget.

The summer 2006 diamond drilling exploration program consisted of four wedge holes (VR020W1, VR022W1, VR-022W2 and VR023W1) and three pilot holes (VR022, 23 and 24) totaling 4,635.9 metres. The program focused on follow-up of the very significant diamond drilling uranium intersections previously reported in the Company’s January 6, and September 19, 2006 news releases. These intersections comprise the “Centennial Zone”, and according to Cameco, the uranium intersections obtained in the Centennial Zone are the most significant ever encountered along the entire Dufferin / Virgin River Trend in more than 25 years of exploration. Including the results of the 2006 program, the Centennial Zone now displays a minimum apparent strike length of 450 m (from L7+50N to L12+00N) and is open along strike to both the north-northeast and to the south-southwest. The Centennial Zone also displays a minimum across strike width of approximately 12 m on L8+00N and approximately 15 m on L8+50N. The zone contains significant uranium contents (up to 18.39% U308) over appreciable widths (up to 19.2 m) yielding grade-thickness products (GT) of up to 47.62. A maximum grade of up to 25.6% U308 over 0.5 m was obtained as portion of the intersection in DDH VR-18W2; thereby clearly demonstrating potential for high grade uranium mineralization. Table 1 is a summary of assay results from the 2006 diamond drilling program:

Table 1: Summary of 2006 Virgin River Centennial Zone Diamond Drill Results
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Note that the grade thickness (GT) product in DDH VR-022W2 (GT=47.62) is the highest obtained to date in the Centennial Zone.

The summer 2006 drilling program included the following;

DDH VR-020W1, a wedge hole completed from DDH VR-020, was designed to test the eastern ‘across-strike’ extent of elevated radioactivity and weak mineralization intersected immediately above the unconformity in DDH VR-020. DDH VR-020W1 intersected favourable alteration and structure in both the Athabasca Group and Virgin River Domain but no significant radioactivity. Both DDH’s VR-020 and VR-020W1 are believed to have undershot (to the west) the expected trace of the Centennial Zone.

DDH’s VR-022, VR-023 and VR-024, ‘pilot’ holes collared on L10+00N, L11+00N and L12+00N, respectively, at 185+00E, were designed to test the geophysical conductor system along strike at 100 m intervals to the grid north of previously known mineralization. All three drill holes intersected significant radioactivity (Table 1).

DDH VR-022W2, designed to test across strike continuity of radioactivity encountered in DDH VR-022 also intersected zones of significant radioactivity (Table 1).

DDH VR-022W1, a wedge hole completed from DDH VR-022, was designed to test the western across-strike extent of elevated radioactivity and weak Athabasca Group hosted mineralization intersected immediately above the unconformity in DDH VR-022. The hole intersected strongly bleached and hydrothermally altered lower Athabasca Group section, but unfortunately, the drill string became sanded above the bottom of the hole and the hole was lost.

DDH VR-023W1 was drilled to test the across strike continuity of radioactivity encountered in DDH VR-023. This drill hole intersected favourable alteration and structure in both the Athabasca Group and Virgin River Domain but did not intersect significant radioactivity.

All uranium assays were carried out by the Saskatchewan Research Council (SRC) of Saskatoon, Saskatchewan. Mr. Dan Jiricka, P.Geo. P.Eng., Senior Geologist for Cameco Corporation is the Qualified Person working directly on the project.

A location map of the project and drill hole location plan map is available on the Company’s website at www.formcap.com. Formation Capital Corporation is very pleased with the progress of this program and looks forward to the 2007 drill program, which is expected to recommence before the end of January 2007.

Formation Capital Corporation is dedicated to the principles of environmentally sound mining and refining practices, and believes that environmental stewardship and mining can co-exist. Formation Capital Corporation trades on the Toronto Stock Exchange under the symbol FCO.

Formation Capital Corporation
“Mari-Ann Green”
Mari-Ann Green
C.E.O.

For further information please contact:
Formation Capital Corporation
1510 — 999 West Hastings Street
Vancouver, B.C. V6C 2W2
604-682-6229
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Email: info@formcap.com - Or visit our Web site at: www.formcap.com

The statements contained in this news release in regard to Formation Capital Corporation that are not purely historical are forward-looking statements within the meaning of the Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995, including Formation Capital Corporation’s beliefs, expectations, hopes or intentions regarding the future. All forward-looking statements are made as of the date hereof and are based on information available to the parties as of such date. It is important to note that actual outcome and the actual results could differ from those in such forward-looking statements. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially include risks and uncertainties such as technological, legislative, corporate, commodity price and marketplace changes.

General Location Map:
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Drill Hole Location Plan Map:
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