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Zenyatta; Drilling on West Pipe Yields Significant New Graphite Results; In-fill Drilling on East Pipe Continues to Intersect Wide Zones of Graphite Mineralization; Metallurgical Drill Hole Intersects Multiple Zones of Graphite Breccia Mineralization over 464 Metres

Thunder Bay, ON 

4 September 2013 

Zenyatta Ventures Ltd. (“Zenyatta” or “Company”) (TSXV : ZEN) is pleased to announce the following results from drilling on the East and West pipes of the 100% owned Albany (Hydrothermal) Graphite Deposit located in northern Ontario, Canada.

In reviewing the latest drill results, Aubrey Eveleigh, President and CEO stated “We are very pleased to see initial drill holes on the West pipe confirming the existence of a second large graphite breccia body.  The West pipe appears to be larger in diameter than the East pipe and closely reflects the circular conductivity anomaly defined by a ground EM (‘electromagnetic’) survey.  Drilling to date on the West pipe has not yet identified the western limit of mineralization.  Additional holes will be required before the overall dimension can be established.” 

To date, 13 holes have been drilled on the West pipe and 25 holes have been drilled on East pipe.  The current drill campaign contemplates an additional 8-10 definition holes on both pipes and 3 large-diameter (HQ) holes on the East pipe to recover a 5 tonne bulk sample for metallurgical test work.  As of the date of this news release, the first metallurgical hole (M01) drilled on the East pipe had intersected multiple zones of graphite breccia mineralization over 464 metres (“m”).  Once these holes are complete, the 2013 drilling campaign will conclude and a NI 43-101 resource statement will be prepared by independent consultants RPA Inc.  A plan map of the current drilling program is available at www.zenyatta.ca.

The following graphitic carbon (‘Cg’) assay results were yielded from holes 25 - 32 drilled on the East and West Pipes:

• Hole 32 (West) yielded 100.3 m @ 3.7% Cg from 119.7 m to 220.0 m within a wider intersection of 260.7 m of graphite mineralization grading 2.1% Cg from 106.8 m to 367.5 m.

• Hole 31 (West) yielded 139.6 m @ 4.1% Cg from 65.0 m to 204.6 m within a wider intersection of   294.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 2.6% Cg from 65.0 m to 359.0 m.

 • Hole 30 (West) yielded 129.0 m @ 3.4% Cg from 63.0 m to 192.0 m within a wider intersection of   229.2 m of graphite mineralization grading 2.6% Cg from 63.0 m to 292.2 m.

• Hole 29 (West) yielded 100.0 m @ 2.8% Cg from 61.0 m to 161.0 m within a wider intersection of   243.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 2.0% Cg from 60.0 m to 303.0 m.

 • Hole 28 (East) yielded 115.5 m @ 6.9% Cg from 94.3 m to 209.8 m within a wider intersection of   269.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.3% Cg from 70.0 m to 339.0 m.

• Hole 27 (West) yielded 47.0 m @ 3.8% Cg from 248.0 m to 295.0 m within a wider intersection of   153.1 m of graphite mineralization grading 1.3% Cg from 183.0 m to 336.1 m.  A gabbroic dyke displaced the graphite mineralization in this hole.

 • Hole 26 (West) yielded 118.4 m @ 3.4% Cg from 100.6 m to 219.0 m within a wider intersection of   217.2 m of graphite mineralization grading 2.4% Cg from 100.6 m to 317.8 m.  Second Zone: 26.1 m @ 3.3% Cg from 410.0 m to 436.1 m.

 Hole 25 (East) yielded 101.7 m @ 5.5% Cg from 62.3 m to 164.0 m within a wider intersection of   150.7 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.9% Cg from 62.3 m to 213.0 m. (All lengths reported are drill intersected core lengths and do not represent true widths).

The East Pipe graphite mineralization is oval-shaped with dimensions of approximately 150 metres (“m”) in a NE-SW direction by 300 m in a NW-SE direction and to a depth of 500 m.  It is showing good vertical continuity and remains open at depth.  The East Pipe consists of a higher grade core of graphite breccia which is typically surrounded by a broad halo of graphite overprinted granite.   Holes 10-24 were previously announced and included here for reference:

• Hole 24 yielded 150.6 m @ 4.8% Cg from 61.0 m to 211.6 m within a wider intersection of   191.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.8% Cg from 61.0 m to 252.0 m.

 • Hole 23 yielded   96.3 m @ 5.3% Cg from 83.0 m to 179.3 m within a wider intersection of   179.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.1% Cg from 62.0 m to 241.0 m

. • Hole 22 yielded 137.0 m @ 5.0% Cg from 63.0 m to 200.0 m within a wider intersection of   198.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.5% Cg from 63.0 m to 261.0 m.

• Hole 21 yielded 140.6 m @ 4.8% Cg from 89.0 m to 229.6 m within a wider intersection of   228.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.1% Cg from 63.0 m to 291.0 m.

 • Hole 20 yielded 128.0 m @ 5.5% Cg from 61.0 m to 189.0 m within a wider intersection of   241.5 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.1% Cg from 61.0 m to 302.5 m.

• Hole 19 yielded 110.0 m @ 4.2% Cg from 66.0 m to 176.0 m within a wider intersection of   176.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 2.7% Cg from 66.0 m to 242.0 m.

• Hole 18 yielded 154.0 m @ 4.8% Cg from 133.0m to 287.0 m within a wider intersection of   258.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.1% Cg from 101.0 m to 359.0 m.

 • Hole 17 yielded 67.2 m @ 3.0% Cg from 322.0 m to 389.2 m within a wider intersection of   192.4 m of graphite mineralization grading 1.7% Cg from 236.6 m to 429.0 m.

 • Hole 16 yielded 62.3 m @ 4.2% Cg from 291.0 m to 353.3 m within a wider intersection of   135.3 m of graphite mineralization grading 2.3% Cg from 258.0 m to 393.3 m.

(All lengths reported are drill intersected core lengths and do not represent true widths). • Hole 15 yielded 125.0 m @ 4.6% Cg from 132.0 m – 257.0 m within a wider

intersection of  300.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 2.2% Cg from 60.0 m to 360.0 m. • Hole 14 yielded 186.0 m @ 4.9% Cg from 146.0 m – 332.0 m within a wider

intersection of  426.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.0% Cg from 118.0 m to 544.0 m. • Hole 13 yielded 177.0 m @ 5.3% Cg from 138.0 m – 315.0 m within a wider

 intersection of  219.9 m of graphite mineralization grading 4.5% Cg from 95.1 m to 315.0 m. • Hole 12 yielded 146.0 m @ 5.2% Cg from   95.0 m – 241.0 m within a wider

 intersection of    195.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 4.0% Cg from 90.0 m to 285.0 m. • Hole 11 yielded 84.9 m @ 5.2% Cg from 460.6 m to 545.5 m within a wider

intersection of   203.0 m of graphite mineralization grading 3.0% Cg from 393.0 m to 596.0 m. • Hole 10 yielded 360.8 m @ 5.1% Cg from 49.0 m to 409.8 m.

Graphitic carbon analyses for drill holes 33 through 38 and M01 will be released once received. The following table provides locational data for all holes drilled to date on the Albany graphite deposit.

HOLE-ID

 LENGTH

(metres)

EASTING

NORTHING

ELEVATION

AZIMUTH

DIP

PIPE

ASSAYS

M01

Drilling

682955

5545700

130

332

-85

EAST

Pending

38

Drilling

682809

5545495

130

43

-50

EAST

Pending

37

390

682860

5545547

130

43

-50

EAST

Pending

36

363

682792

5545692

130

45

-50

EAST

Pending

35

522

682751

5545650

130

45

-50

EAST

Pending

34

531

682715

5545700

130

270

-50

WEST

Pending

33

540

682676

5545802

130

225

-50

WEST

Pending

32

459

682600

5545570

130

295

-50

WEST

COMPLETE

31

396

682516

5545845

130

180

-50

WEST

COMPLETE

30

393

682438

5545800

130

135

-50

WEST

COMPLETE

29

423

682392

5545723

130

110

-50

WEST

COMPLETE

28

339

683016

5545768

130

200

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

27

561

682710

5545570

130

295

-50

WEST

COMPLETE

26

618

682395

5545565

130

45

-50

WEST

COMPLETE

25

213

682984

5545799

130

225

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

24

252

682917

5545637

130

45

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

23

270

682845

5545745

130

45

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

22

261

682866

5545706

130

45

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

21

291

682890

5545673

130

45

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

20

303

683016

5545768

130

225

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

19

291

682952

5545830

130

225

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

18

432

682809

5545809

130

120

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

17

509

683200

5545700

130

270

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

16

531

683095

5545894

130

225

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

15

412

682860

5545610

130

45

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

14

668

683090

5545590

130

315

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

13

425

683100

5545700

130

270

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

12

366

683025

5545825

130

225

-50

EAST

COMPLETE

11

684

682955

5545935

130

180

-65

EAST

COMPLETE

10

438

682955

5545800

130

180

-65

EAST

COMPLETE

9

425

682955

5545850

130

180

-65

EAST

COMPLETE

8

365

682955

5545800

130

0

-65

EAST

COMPLETE

7

321

682600

5545570

131

0

-65

WEST

COMPLETE

6

346

682400

5545570

131

0

-65

WEST

COMPLETE

5

326

682955

5545700

130

0

-65

EAST

COMPLETE

4

179

682955

5545700

130

180

-80

EAST

COMPLETE

3

495

682500

5545770

131

180

-56

WEST

COMPLETE

2

528

682500

5545370

131

0

-65

WEST

COMPLETE

1

543

682500

5545570

131

0

-65

WEST

COMPLETE

Nad 83, UTM Zone 16

Analytical Protocol

Samples of half core were packaged and shipped directly from Zenyatta’s core shack at the site to the ALS Minerals facility in Thunder Bay, Ontario, for sample preparation (ALS protocol PREP-31B).  Each bagged core sample is dried, crushed to better than 70% passing 2mm and a 1000g split of the crushed material is pulverized to better than 85% passing 75 microns for assaying. The sample pulps were then shipped to the ALS Minerals laboratory in Vancouver, British Columbia for assay.  ALS Minerals has ISO 9001:2008 and ISO 17025 Accreditation as per the Standards Council of Canada at all of its global laboratories. Graphite assays were obtained using the graphitic carbon by LECO method (ALS protocol C-IR18).  A 0.1g sample is leached with dilute hydrochloric acid to remove inorganic carbon (carbonate).  After filtering, washing and drying, the remaining sample residue is roasted at 425°C to remove any organic carbon. The roasted residue is finally analysed for graphitic carbon using a high temperature LECO furnace with infra-red detection.  The samples were submitted with blanks and certified custom standards inserted into the sample stream to ensure lab integrity.

Mr. Peter Wood, P.Geo., Zenyatta Ventures Ltd., Vice President Exploration, is the “Qualified Person” under National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed and approved the technical information contained in this news release.  This news release may contain forward looking information and Zenyatta Ventures Ltd. cautions viewers that forward looking information is based on certain assumptions and risk factors exist that could cause actual results to differ materially from the expectations of Zenyatta Ventures Ltd. included in this news release. To find out more on Zenyatta Ventures Ltd., please visit website www.zenyatta.ca or contact the Company at zenyatta%23ca|info or Tel. 807-346-1660.   Neither 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. This News Release includes certain "forward-looking statements”, which often, but not always, can be identified by the use of words such as "believes", "anticipates", "expects", "estimates", "may", "could", "would", "will", or "plan" . These statements are based on information currently available to Zenyatta and Zenyatta provides no assurance that actual results will meet management's expectations. Forward-looking statements include estimates and statements with respect to Zenyatta’s future plans, objectives or goals, to the effect that Zenyatta or management expects a stated condition or result to occur, including this News Release. Since forward-looking statements are based on assumptions and address future events and conditions, by their very nature they involve inherent risks and uncertainties. Actual results relating to, among other things, results of exploration, project development, reclamation and capital costs of Zenyatta’s mineral properties, and Zenyatta’s financial condition and prospects, could differ materially from those currently anticipated in such statements for many reasons such as: changes in general economic conditions and conditions in the financial markets; changes in demand and prices for minerals; litigation, legislative, environmental and other judicial, regulatory, political and competitive developments; technological and operational difficulties encountered in connection with Zenyatta’s activities; and other matters discussed in this News Release and in filings made with securities regulators. This list is not exhaustive of the factors that may affect any of Zenyatta’s forward-looking statements. These and other factors should be considered carefully and readers should not place undue reliance on Zenyatta’s forward-looking statements. Zenyatta does not undertake to update any forward-looking statement that may be made from time to time by Zenyatta or on its behalf, except in accordance with applicable securities laws.