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GOLD EXPLORATION NEWS Juby Target of 2,000-Metre Drill Program

LARDER LAKE, Ont. TEMEX RESOURCES of Toronto has a 2,000-m, eight-hole drill program underway on its Juby gold pr...


LARDER LAKE, Ont. TEMEX RESOURCES of Toronto has a 2,000-m, eight-hole drill program underway on its Juby gold project. The current program will test the depth of higher-grade gold mineralization intersected in previous drilling. Infill drilling on the eastern margin of the Juby Main zone will also continue.

Temex purchased a 100% interest in the Juby claims from INMET MINING in June 2002. The property is situated in the Abitibi Subprovince of the Canadian Shield, along the western extension of the Cadillac-Larder Lake Break. Gold mineralization in the Juby Main zone is widespread and disseminated, hosted within highly altered Timiskaming-style metasediments and intrusions. The higher-grade zone is localized within brecciated and silicified intrusive rocks. Temex is hoping that the widespread nature of the mineralization and favourable geology along a major fault zone, will make Juby a significant project. Neil Pettigrew has been hired as project geologist. More results from Juby and Temex’s other projects are available at www.temexcorp.com.

Temex also wishes to inform stakeholders that its offices have moved to 141 Adelaide St. W., Suite 1000, Toronto, Ont., M5H 3L5. The phone number remains 416-862-2246.


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