NUNAVUT Edmonton’s COMMITTEE BAY RESOURCES reports great gold grades from drilling at its Three Bluffs property near Baker Lake. Hole 4TB013 intersected 51.34 g/t over 3.29 m and 12.51 g/t over 7.60 m. Hole 4TB18 cut 16.69 g/t over 5.00 metes, and hole 4TB019 cut 17.04 g/t over 13.04 metes. The company believes the mineralization is continuous near surface and open at depths greater than 160 metres.
Committee Bay said that the new holes, combined with information from previous drilling, reinforce the assumption that the widest high-grade zones extend along a shallow plunge to the northeast. Distinct clusters of very coarse gold are known to occur in the translucent or grey quartz veining that overprint sulphides and appear to concentrate in structures along the contact of iron formation and a conformable dacitic volcanic rock. This contact can be traced for well over 3 km along strike in outcrop and drill holes.
The company has posted many pictures of its camp at www.CommitteeBay.com.