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2008-08-06 09:00:45

Dale Ginn, CEO of San Gold Corporation (TSX-V: SGR), is pleased to report the results of exploration drilling from the 30th level (4500 feet depth) of the Rice Lake Gold Mine. This program was designed to extend known mineralization eastward and to test the unexplored footwall of the host gabbro mine unit. New high grade zones discovered by this program are highlighted by drill hole #07-12 which intersected 6.4 meters of 28 g/tonne in the footwall area and by drill hole #08-18, intersecting...

2008-07-30 09:01:03

Dale Ginn, CEO of San Gold Corporation (TSX-V: SGR), is pleased to report that drilling has extended the newly discovered Hinge #4 zone to depth and along strike to the east. The Hinge #4 zone has now been drill tested between section 0 east and 600 east (feet), and to depths of over 1,200 feet (400 m) demonstrating excellent continuity in both structure and grade. All of the holes listed below contain visible gold within quartz veining displaying clear, sharp contacts with the host...

2008-07-22 09:00:56

Dale Ginn, CEO of San Gold Corporation (TSX-V: SGR), is pleased to report that San Gold has significantly expanded its Timmins, Ontario gold exploration land position with the acquisition of additional properties along the prolific Procupine-Destor fault to the east, south and west of the City of Timmins. The new properties are located in Ogden, Deloro, Shaw, Matheson, Bristol and Carscallen townships. Including the previously acquired Dalton property (See Press Release March 11, 2008),...

2008-06-18 09:00:51

Dale Ginn, CEO of San Gold Corporation (TSX-V: SGR), is pleased to report that drill hole #GS-08-37, designed to test and to extend the Hinge deposit to depth encountered 16.8 g/tonne (0.49 oz/ton) over 16.6 meters (54.3 ft) including a high grade interval of 48.4 g/tonne (1.41 oz/ton) over 4.3 meters (14.0 ft). Hole #37 represents the deepest drill hole in the Hinge deposit to date. Results from drill hole # GS-08-37 are summarized below: Hole # From To Length...


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