MANITOBA – Toronto-based CROWFLIGHT MINERALS has received the NI 43-101 report on its Bucko Lake nickel deposit in the Thompson Nickel Belt. The study estimates undiluted indicated resources to be 1.82 million tonnes at 2.10% Ni and inferred resources of 1.55 million tonnes at 1.88% Ni (using a 1.5% Ni cut-off grade).
The company intends to continue exploration down to the 2000 level during the first half of 2006. It hopes to add 500,000 to 1.0 million tonnes to the indicated category. The potential of the deposit below 600 metres will be tested from underground diamond drilling stations.
Details from the report, prepared by P&E MINING CONSULTANTS, are available at www.Crowflight.com.