News Release: March 3, 2009

Announces 2008 RESULTS FOR PEACE RIVER COAL

Vancouver, B.C. March 3, 2009 - NEMI Northern Energy & Mining Inc. (TSX: NNE.A) (“NEMI” or the “Company”) announces today the 2008 operating results for the Peace River Coal Limited Partnership. The Company holds a 12% interest in the partnership. Peace River Coal commenced commercial production of high quality coking coal in January 2008 at its Trend Mine in British Columbia. Revenue from coal sales for the year was C$150 million with a net income of C$1 million. Total coal production for the year was 772,000 tonnes of which 632,000 tonnes were metallurgical coal and 140,000 tonnes were thermal coal. The average price achieved for 2008 was US$194 per tonne FOB for the coal product mix of metallurgical and thermal coal sales.

Peace River Coal is near to completing a C$104 million capitalisation programme to acquire and operate its own mining equipment fleet. By carrying out its own mining operations, Peace River Coal expects to increase production and significantly reduce its operating costs per tonne.

NEMI Northern Energy & Mining Inc.

P. C. DEVLIN, President

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