Symbol: CNG - TSX.V
VANCOUVER, June 15 /CNW/ - Mr. Ray Paquette is pleased to announce the
second phase 3D Induced Polarization (IP) Survey on the Company's extended
Raquel 3B concession on its San Bernardo Project, Alamos Mining District,
Sonora, Mexico has identified an anomaly of significant interest. The 3D IP
unveils the bigger picture of the San Bernardo potential.
SJ Geophysics www.sjgeophysics.com has supplied a detailed interpretation
of the data collected during the May 2009 geophysical survey which states "the
newly acquired region outlines a significant east-northeast striking IP
anomalous zone. The survey grid is situated on a known mineralized zone called
the El Gochico mine that was mined by Penoles during the 1980s." The 2008
Induced Polarization survey highlighted an anomalous chargeable body on the
northern edge of the geophysical survey. This survey was extended in 2009 to
further delineate the feature and to confirm its validity. The merged inverted
results indicated a couple of new resistivity lineaments, as well clearly
defining that the anomalous body is a real chargeability feature. The El
Gochico grid now indicates two interesting chargeability zones for further
exploration detailing: the south-central and the northern zone.
The south-central chargeability anomalous zone coincides with the known
skarn mineralization associated with the El Gochico Mine. As a result, this
zone is the first priority target area for drilling to confirm the known
mineralization as well as to investigate a further chargeability feature at
The new northern chargeability zone situated in the extension zone is
clearly a large anomalous feature. Exploration will commence in two stages,
starting with some detailed geological work and drilling of the defined
targets. The completion of each phase of exploration brings Canadian Mining
closer to defining a resource of economic value.
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.
The entire report (3D IP San Bernardo 2009) can be viewed at
On behalf of the Board
Ray Paquette CEO
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For further information:
For further information: Ray Paquette, CEO, Info@canadianmining.ca,