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BASE METAL EXPLORATION – More high grades cut at Lac Levac

QUEBEC - Montreal-based GOLDEN GOOSE RESOURCES has hit multiple high-grade nickel, copper and palladium intersectio...


QUEBEC – Montreal-based GOLDEN GOOSE RESOURCES has hit multiple high-grade nickel, copper and palladium intersections at its Lac Levac project in the James Bay area. All seven recent holes intersected the target and returned results that are interpreted as a continuous zone, said the company. The best nickel grade was 2.3% over 2.0 metres as part of a 5.0-metre intersection grading 1.94% Ni in Hole 56-08. The company also intersected 4.44% Cu and 2.64 g/t Pd over 1.0 m in Hole 61-08.

Last year’s resource estimate included 516,000 tonnes at 0.89% Ni, 0.39% Cu, 0.06% Co, 0.79 g/t Pd and 0.14 g/t Pt. There is also an inferred resource of 734,000 tonnes at 0.89% Ni, 0.34% Cu, 0.06% Co, 0.77 g/t Pd and 0.14 g/t Pt. A new NI-43-101 report is due shortly.

A map of the Lac Levac property showing the best drill results to date can be found at www.GoldenGooseRes.com/pages/en/levac_results_07.


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