DAILY NEWS Oct 30, 2012 5:00 PM - 0 comments

COPPER-PGE EXPLORATION: Wisner project growing near Broken Hammer

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ONTARIO – Wallbridge Mining Co. of Toronto reports that it has found new copper-platinum-palladium-gold occurrences on its 78% owned Wisner joint venture with Xstrata Nickel near Sudbury. One sample, said Wallbridge, assayed 5.59% Cu and 5.39 g/t TPM (Pt+Pd+Au).

The new occurrences extend the Southwest zone trend over 80 metres along an IP geophysics anomaly that includes a 400-metre stretch that has not been drill tested. They are part of a 1.0-km-long trend of mineralization and anomalous geophysics that is along strike from Walbridge’s Broken Hammer Cu-PGE development project.

Wallbridge has defined four drill ready target areas including the immediate discovery upside surrounding the Broken Hammer Cu-PGE deposit, the large trend of anomalous mineralization at the Southwest occurrence, and two other areas with similar geology and geophysical anomalies.

See WallbridgeMining.com for more information about the Broken Hammer project.


Latest discoveries at Wisner project.
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Caption: Latest discoveries at Wisner project.

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