September 19, 2001

Trading Symbol CDNX: CCB
US SEC Exemption No. 82-3378

RICHMOND, BC - Mr. Terence A. Ibbetson, President of CON-SPACE Communications Ltd., (CDNX:CCB), announced today that the Company's employees have been working long hours to supply communication products to help the rescue efforts currently going on in New York and Washington DC.

"We are all saddened by the events in New York and Washington yet proud that our company in Richmond can play a role in assisting rescue workers to search for victims," said Ibbetson. "The job these people have to do is tough, heart wrenching, and very dangerous so if our equipment does its job and contributes to the efficiency and safety of Rescuers, then we have done our part."

CON-SPACE designs and manufactures Specialized Communication Equipment and has been on high alert since last Tuesday manufacturing Rescue Communication Kits and Victim Locator Kits for immediate shipment to Rescue Teams at the World Trade Center and the Pentagon. Kurt Wanner and Scott Balutis, who represent the Company in New York, hand delivered Victim Locator Kits, to the disaster site. They worked through the night training and helping Rescuers to search for victims utilizing the Company's Rescue Probe to penetrate rubble into voids where victims may be and stimulate two-way communication using its built-in microphone and speaker.
"We are very proud of our organization," said Ibbetson, "Kurt and Scott put themselves in danger and went far beyond what was expected and our staff in Richmond worked long hours and gave up their weekend to get product out to where it was needed." Ibbeston further added that he wanted "this news release to recognize the efforts of all the company's employees and associates, and to thank them for their dedication and loyalty."

For more information, please call Jim Swanson, Investor Relations, CON-SPACE COMMUNICATIONS LTD., (604) 244-9323, (800) 755-2528 in the U.S., or by e-mail [email protected]. "Forward-looking" statements in this release involve risks and uncertainties associated with, among others, economic, industry conditions, technological development, and competition and should not be relied upon as actual results may differ materially from those projected.

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