Symbol: CNG - TSX.V
VANCOUVER, March 22 /CNW/ - Canadian Mining ("the Company") is pleased to report it has completed 1500' of drilling on area No. 1 the Arizona State land section and area No. 2 the Unity Mine area at its Bullard Pass gold project. The crew is now mobilizing to begin drilling on area No. 3 - the South West area where three 500' holes are planned.
The 1500' of core from the Arizona State land section and the Unity Mine area is presently being cut, logged, photographed and bagged for assaying by Skyline Labs of Tucson, Arizona. Skyline Labs will take charge of the bagged core directly from the logging station and transport it to their facility in Tucson.
Based on the Company's detachment fault model, two extensive enzyme leach protocols were conducted which identified three highly anomalous zones. Due to the vastness of the Bullard Pass gold project, Dr. Pat O'Hara (Canadian Mining's US qualified person) isolated four areas of interest to conduct the Company's 10 hole 5000' drill program.
Assay results will be made public as available and plans for additional work will be developed following a review of the results generated from the drill program.
Canadian Mining's Bullard Pass and El Gochico projects give the Company dual exposure to high world gold and base metal prices with the potential of exceptional returns through extensive exploration and development success.
On behalf of the Board
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SOURCE Canadian Mining Company Inc.
For further information: For further information: Mr. Ray Paquette, (604) 684-3301; Please see our web site for additional details: www.canadianmining.ca