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VANCOUVER, July 4 /CNW/ - Canadian Mining Company Inc. (the "Company") is
pleased to report that a NI 43-101 has been completed by Dr. Pat O'Hara on its
Arizona Bullard Pass Project. Between February 2007 and June 2008 an
Orientation Survey was conducted on its Bullard Pass Property. This study
included geological mapping to determine the reliability of previous work,
lithogeochemical sampling to determine if precious and base metal
mineralization existed within veins and to guide the interpretation of the
soil geochemical samples, and a VLF-EM analysis to determine if geophysical
modeling of conductor locations in the past is reliable.
The results of the Orientation Survey were positive in that the
lithogeochemical samples collected in the North Hill area just within the
patented claims and the soil geochemical results indicated that mineralization
exists within shear zones on the property and that blind and hidden
mineralization could be detected on the property.
Based on these positive results the unpatented claims were staked and the
Arizona state mineral rights were acquired. The Phase One soil geochemical
survey on a 120 meter (400 foot) grid covered most of the mineral rights
acquired by Canadian Mining on the property. Numerous anomalous areas were
identified, and three of the anomalous areas were selected for a 60 meter
(200 foot) Phase two soil sampling program. The results in each of the three
60 meter grid areas were positive with large anomalous areas identified.
A five thousand foot drill program has been designed to test portions of
each of the anomalies to determine the depth to the detachment fault and if
disseminated mineralization is present at depth.
Dr. Pat O'Hara the Company's qualified person recommends that the Phase 1
exploration drilling project be conducted in late 2008.
On behalf of the Board
Please see our web site for additional details: www.canadianmining.ca.
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responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
For further information:
For further information: Mr. Ray Paquette, (604) 684-3301