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GOLD EXPLORATION – Hislop project yields 6.49 g/t

ONTARIO - STROUD RESOURCES of Toronto reports that the best intersection from recent drilling at its Hislop project...


ONTARIO – STROUD RESOURCES of Toronto reports that the best intersection from recent drilling at its Hislop project 100 km east of Timmins was 6.49 g/t Au over 5.11 m. The intersection was from the northern limit of the established resources.

The high assay came from a hole that is part of the 22-hole program planned this year and next. Hole 3355, from which the highest grade was recorded, included a section grading 14.95 g/t over 0.92 m. Other assays were 4.68 g/t Au over 1.40 m and 3.28 g/t Au over 1.90 m.

Work at the Hislop property was first done in the 1940s by Hollinger Mines. Stroud acquired the property in 1984 and worked it with a partner for a few years, but has since acquired a 100% interest in the claims.

Information about the local and regional geology of the Hislop project is available at www.StroudResourcesLtd.com.


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