Symbol: CNG - TSX.V
VANCOUVER, Feb. 12 /CNW/ - Canadian Mining reports that further to the
Company's release of January 18, 2008 the soil geochemical sampling at the
Bullard Pass on the three previously determined anomalous areas was completed
on February 10, 2008. The 200 x 200 foot grid spacing used in this phase 2
portion of the sampling program covered approximately 770 acres.
A total of 957 samples including quality control samples were collected
by Carlin Trend Mining Services of Elko, Nevada under the on-site supervision
of Dr. Pat O'Hara, the Company's qualified person for the Bullard Pass gold
The collected samples for analysis were transported by Dr. O'Hara to
Skyline Laboratories in Tucson, Arizona on February 11, 2008. Once the Phase 2
analytical results are received in early March 2008 and elemental variables
mapped and interpreted, potential drill targets will be selected.
The Company is conducting its exploration program based on the
detachment-fault related model for precious and base metal mineralization as
it relates to its Bullard Pass Project.
Canadian Mining Company Inc. aims to discover large-tonnage gold deposits
along upper plate structures, or at intersections between these structures
using the detachment fault mineralization model.
Canadian Mining is a diverse company holding excellent prospects in both
precious metals and industrial minerals.
The Company will report progress as it becomes available.
On behalf of the Board
Please see our web site for additional details: www.canadianmining.ca
The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept
responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
For further information:
For further information: Mr. Ray Paquette, (604) 684-3301