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ARIUS Announces Third Quarter Fiscal 2007 Financial Results
Date:10/12/2007

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Cash provided by (used in):

Operating activities:

Loss for the period (2,761,874) (1,469,728) (29,581,295)

Items not involving cash:

Amortization of:

Property and equipment 108,151 85,426 1,163,788

Deferred costs - 14,364 55,055

Leasehold inducements (10,371) - (45,781)

Loss on disposal of equipment - - 23,532

Write-off of leasehold

improvements - - 86,349

Leasehold inducement - - 89,148

Non-cash stock-based

compensation 266,197 31,456 1,486,216

Accretion of convertible

debentures - 120,903 429,905

Loss on extinguishment of debt - - 782,143

Services received for common

shares - - 400,024

Write-off of investment - - 20,000

Interest expense paid in

common shares - - 140,032

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(2,397,897) (1,217,579) (24,950,884)

Change in non-cash operating

working capital items 638,007 (110,711) 4,041,306

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(1,759,890) (1,328,290) (20,909,578)

Financing activities:

Issue of shares, warrants and

units, net of issuance costs - - 38,281,778

Issuance of convertible bridge

loan, net
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