U.S. Canadian Minerals, Inc. announces that the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary, Noble Technologies Corp (“Noble”), has secured both a Building Permit and a temporary Business License from Storey County, Nevada (the “Permits”). The Permits allow Noble to commence the assembly of the equipment that is essential to the efficient execution of Noble’s business plan, specifically the processing, smelting and refining of precious and base metal ore bearing concentrates for third party mine owners and operators in the American southwest. The Permits require Noble to assemble the processing equipment on a basis which is consistent with the plans prepared and submitted by Noble and approved by the Storey County Building Department. The Permits are also subject to certain conditions cited by the Storey County Fire Department. Upon completion of the assembly on a basis consistent with Storey County permitting requirements and prior to the commencement of operations, Noble anticipates receipt of both a Certificate of Occupancy and a Business License from the County. In conjunction with this work, Mark Kersey, the Vice President and Chief Financial Officer of the Company, is working with Nevada State officials to secure the air quality, water, mining and mercury permits required for Noble’s 31,000 square foot processing plant to become fully operational.