November 10, 2008 (Victoria) – Vigil Health Solutions Inc. (“Vigil”) announces the results of operations for the quarter ending September 30, 2008.

Business highlights

• 82% growth in revenue over Q2FYE08 to $1.03 million in Q2FYE09

• 14 projects completed in the quarter compared to 9 in Q2FYE08

• 8% increase in sales bookings for the quarter to $1.16 million

• 51% growth in backlog to $4.14 million

• 54% decrease in losses to $144 thousand, or $0.001 per share

• Secured $80 thousand in National Research Council Canada Industrial Research Assistance Program (NRC-IRAP) funding for research and development of Vigil’s independent living monitoring and alerting system.

“During the second quarter, we achieved 82% year-over-year revenue growth and continued to see sales booking growth.” said Troy Griffiths, President and CEO. “While cautious in the short term given the challenging macro economic conditions, I am very encouraged by these results.”

Financial Results

Revenue for Q2FYE09 was $1.03 million compared to $568 thousand in the period ended September 30, 2007, an increase of 82%. Revenue for FYE09 to date was $1.73 million compared to $1.47 million in the first six months of FYE08, an increase of 18%. There were 22 projects completed in the period compared to 18 in the comparative period of FYE08. Bookings for the quarter were $1.16 million up 8% compared to $1.07 million in Q2FYE08. Bookings for FYE09 to date were up 17% to $2.31 million compared to $1.97 million in the first six months of FYE08.

At September 30, 2008, Vigil had a backlog of approximately $4.14 million (including $1.75 million in deposits and progress billings, recorded as deferred revenue on balance sheet) as compared to approximately $2.75 million (including $851 thousand in deposits and progress billings, recorded as deferred revenue on balance sheet) at September 30, 2007. Management recognizes that in the current financial climate there is a greater opportunity for delays or even cancellations of signed contracts.

The gross margin percentage for Q2FYE09 was 43% compared to 46% for Q2FYE08. The gross margin percentage for FYE09 to date was 44% compared to 49% for first six-months of FYE08. Gross margins are in line with management’s expectations of annual margins of between 42% and 47%. Operating expenses for Q2FYE09 were $585 thousand, up 12% from $523 thousand in the same quarter of the prior year. Operating expenses for FYE09 to date were $1.20 million up 15% from $1.05 million in the same period of the prior year. The increases relate mainly to increased payroll, insurance, and share compensation costs.

Losses for Q2FYE09 were $144 thousand, or $0.001 per share a decrease of 54% compared to $311 thousand or $0.003 per share for the previous year. The decrease in losses reflects the large increase in revenue with stable expenses as well as a foreign exchange gain in the current quarter as opposed to the $40 thousand loss in fiscal 2008. Losses for FYE09 to date were $432 thousand, or $0.004 per share an increase of 9% compared to $398 thousand or $0.004 per share for the previous year. The increase in losses can be primarily attributed to the lower revenue in the first quarter of fiscal 2009 compared to fiscal 2008.