Drilling to Commence on the Mill Village Gold Project, Nova Scotia
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TORONTO, Nov. 5, 2012 /CNW/ – Canuc Resources Corporation (“Canuc” or
the “Company”) (TSXV:CDA) is pleased to announce that diamond drilling
is scheduled to commence on its Mill Village gold property located
outside of Liverpool, Nova Scotia by mid November. A minimum of 1,000
metres will be drilled on two main target areas developed during the
2012 exploration season, the Hornet and 667 grids respectively.
The Hornet grid was established approximately 350 – 800 meters due west
of the historic Thompson and Gold Eagle workings in an area highlighted
by a northwest trending break in the ground geophysics (VLF).
Historical results indicating anomalous gold and tungsten in rocks,
soils and glacial tills were validated in 2011 and 2012 in conjunction
with geological mapping and prospecting. This work assisted in better
defining the stratigraphic trends and potential structural framework in
Due south and west of the Hornet grid is the more extensive 667 grid
covering the Goddard occurrence, an area highlighted by extensive
quartz boulders, historic pits and trenches all reportedly associated
with native gold. Poorly explored in the past despite anomalous gold in
soils (Seabright, 1985), this area was expanded on, prospected and soil
sampled in more detail. Till sampling by Canuc returned gold grains in
the till, mostly coincident with the previously defined gold in soil
During May 2012, 19.475 kilometers of induced polarization (I.P.)
surveying was conducted over portions of both the Hornet and 667 grids
defining 20 significant individual I.P. anomalies distributed along
four linear trends oriented NE-SW. The geophysical data was further
reviewed and up to 7 first-priority diamond drill holes were
recommended by Gerard Lambert, P. Eng, Consulting Geophysicist.
Upon compilation of the 2012 exploration information and geophysical
data, 11 holes have been selected for the first round of drilling with
8 holes to be drilled on the Hornet grid and 3 on the 667.
Mr. Bruce Hudgins, P. Geo is the designated Qualified Person pursuant to
National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators
for this press release and has reviewed and approved the technical and
scientific disclosure contained herein.
Canuc is a junior mining company with its principal exploration
properties located in Ecuador and Nova Scotia. Canuc’s main holding is
an approximate 85% interest in the Nambija Gold deposit located in
south-eastern Ecuador. According to records obtained from the Central
Bank of Ecuador, it is estimated that, to date, nearly 3 million ounces
of gold have been produced using the most primitive of mining and
milling recovery processes from the Nambija area.
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from those indicated in such forward-looking statements include changes
in the prevailing price of gold, the Canadian-United States exchange
rate, grade of ore mined and unforeseen difficulties in mining
operations that could affect revenues and production costs. Other
factors such as uncertainties regarding government regulations could
also affect the results. Other risks may be set out in Annual Reports.
SOURCE Canuc Resources Corporation