Maudore Begins a Drilling Campaign on its Laflamme Property
MONTREAL, Feb. 26, 2014 /CNW Telbec/ – Greg Struble, President and CEO
of Maudore Minerals Ltd. (“Maudore” or the “Corporation“) (MAO: TSX-Venture; MAOMF: US OTC; M6L: Frankfurt Exchange) reports that Maudore’s subsidiary, Aurbec Mines
Inc. (“Aurbec“) has commenced a diamond drilling campaign on its Laflamme property,
to test high-priority targets located along a gold trend identified
during the 2013 work program. The Laflamme property is located about 25
kilometres northwest of the town of Lebel-sur-Quévillon and about 30
kilometres east of the Sleeping Giant mine and mill in Quebec. The
exploration program is being conducted by Midland Exploration Inc. (“Midland“), who is current operator of the Laflamme joint venture.
This drilling program, totaling about 1,000 metres in five (5) drill
holes, will test three helicopter-borne VTEM-type electromagnetic
anomalies as well as the depth and northeast strike extensions of the
Notting Hill showing, where a wide gold-bearing zone was intersected in
2013 grading 0.34 g/t Au over 25.56 metres, including an interval at
3.12 g/t Au over 1.5 metres.
The three VTEM targets to be tested during this campaign (EM-09, EM-17
and EM-18) are all located along the favourable gold trend. Anomaly
EM-09 is located about 1.5 kilometres southwest of the Comtois NW
showing discovered by Maudore, who reported grades of 71.7 g/t Au over
1.2 metres and 0.80 g/t Au over 40.80 metres about 12 kilometres
northwest of the Comtois gold deposit (see Maudore press release dated
June 6, 2012). Anomalies EM-17 and EM-18 are respectively located about
2 kilometres and 4 kilometres northeast of the Notting Hill showing, in
a flexure zone bordering an intrusion.
The Laflamme property covers more than 50 kilometres of favourable
stratigraphy and structures with potential for orogenic gold,
volcanogenic massive sulphides (Cu-Zn), and magmatic Ni-Cu-PGE deposits
associated with ultramafic rocks. This property was acquired in 2008
based on the presence of significant gold, copper, and zinc anomalies
in till, identified under the Octave project jointly led by the
Ministère des Ressources Naturelles et de la Faune (MRNF) and the
Geological Survey of Canada (GSC).
The Laflamme project comprises 682 claims covering a surface area of
about 359 square kilometres and is a joint venture between Midland and
This press release was prepared by Mario Masson, Vice-President of
Midland. Kevin R. Kivi, P.Geo. of KIVI Geoscience Inc., who is
Maudore’s Chief Consulting Geologist and a Qualified Person under
Regulation 43-101, has changed the press release to fit Maudore’s
format, and approves its technical content.
Maudore is a Quebec-based junior gold company in production, with mining
and milling operations as well as more than 22 exploration projects.
Five of these projects are at an advanced stage of development with
reported current and historical resources and mining. Currently, gold
production is ramping up at the Sleeping Giant mine. The Company’s
projects span some 120 km, east-west, of the underexplored Northern
Volcanic Zone of the Abitibi Greenstone Belt and cover a total area of
1,570 km², with the Sleeping Giant Processing Facility within trucking
distance of key development projects.
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including, without limitation, financial related risks, unstable gold
and metal prices, operational risks including those related to title,
significant uncertainty related to inferred mineral resources,
operational hazards, unexpected geological situations, unfavourable
mining conditions, changing regulations and governmental policies,
failure to obtain required permits and approvals from government
authorities, failure to obtain any required approvals of the TSXV or
from shareholders, failure to obtain any required financing, failure to
complete any of the transactions described herein, increased
competition from other companies many of which have greater financial
resources, dependence on key personnel and environmental risks and the
other risks described in the Company’s continuous disclosure documents.
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SOURCE Maudore Minerals Ltd.