TSXV: SKP OTCQX: STKXF
CALGARY, Jan. 19, 2012 /CNW/ - (TSXV: SKP) (OTCQX: STKXF) announces the
commencement of the Induced Polarization survey (IP Survey) at our
Angelina property located at the east end of the Rice Lake gold belt in
A winter IP program was selected in order to more precisely define the
Halfway Lake structures associated with the occurrence of anomalous
gold values encountered in drill core as described in our press release
of November 29, 2011. The anomalous gold values occur in an area where
the volcanic and sedimentary units are characterized by folding into a
Z-shaped structure along an axis that strikes northwest with an
apparent dextral offset. Gold and silver mineralization is associated
with quartz veins that contain pyrite and chalcopyrite in structures
that strike southeast, south-southwest and southwest and dip steeply to
the east. The veins are 2-10 m in width and are located at the contact
between the magnetic gabbro to the east and the andesite and
chert-siltstone to the west. These structures and their associated
sulphide minerals should respond to the IP geophysical technique.
The IP survey will commence on January 24th. Field operations are expected to take approximately two weeks. It is
expected that results should be available in time to launch a winter
Kristopher J. Raffle, P. Geol., APEX Geoscience Ltd. is a qualified
person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 and is responsible for
the preparation and approval of the technical information disclosed in
this news release. This press release has been reviewed by Daniel A.
Beauchamp, B.Sc., P.Geol., StrikePoint Gold's Qualified Person under
National Instrument 43-101.
Richard A. Boulay, Chairman
On behalf of the Board of Directors.
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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.
SOURCE StrikePoint Gold Inc.
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