Symbol: CNG - TSX.V
VANCOUVER, April 28 /CNW/ - With a very aggressive exploration program
currently underway, Canadian Mining (CNG) has made impressive strides in
advancing its San Bernardo Project in the Alamos mining district of Sonora
Mexico since acquiring it in March 2008. Given today's economics for precious
and base metals coupled with low cost recovery of ore in relation to other
prominent global mining areas, it makes sense for CNG to actively assemble
technical teams to get San Bernardo drill-ready as soon as possible.
Further to the Company's April 14, 2009 news release; CNG is pleased to
report the completion of the extended grid survey on the Company's Raquel 3B
concession which runs contiguous to the Company's Raquel 3 concession located
on its San Bernardo Project. The history of the properties and extensive
geological and geophysical analysis indicate the presence of a large anomaly.
Under the supervision of Mine Rock Group and civil engineer Guillermo
Salazar Salido the grid was completed by a legal survey crew and determined
the absolute locations required for the additional 3D Induced Polarization
(IP) and Resistivity Survey.
Mr. Ray Paquette CEO announces SJ Geophysics Ltd. www.sjgeophysics.com an
industry leader in geophysical modeling and computer analysis will conduct a
3D IP on the Raquel 3B to expand the geophysics already known from SJ's
previous survey conducted on the property's past-producing El Gochico mine
located on the Company's Raquel 3 concession previously mined by Penoles from
1981 to 1985. This geophysical report is available in its entirety on the
Company's web site.
The 10 kilometer road from San Bernardo to the El Gochico mine has been
significantly upgraded making transportation of crews, mobilization and
de-mobilization of equipment more efficient and cost effective.
Canadian Mining is a well-diversified company with stable management and
an excellent potential for growth. The Company is engaged in the exploration
and development of precious and base metals in the Alamos Mining District in
Sonora, Mexico, the Bullard Mining District in Arizona and the exploration,
development and production of industrial minerals in Canada.
For more information please visit the Company's website,
On behalf of the Board
Ray Paquette CEO
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that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts
responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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