MALARTIC, Quebec Hoping to have success similar to its neighbour Agnico-Eagle’s Lapa property, QUEENSTON MINING has been drilling its Pandora gold project. Five holes totalling 2,676 metres were recently completed by Queenston and continued to interest the Contact zone. The highlighted results including 7.6 g/t Au over 3.5 metres, 7.1 g/t over 3.6 metres, 3.9 g/t over 6.1 metres, and 2.4 g/t over 9.0 metres.
Queenston is encouraged by these intersections and has commissioned a new geological interpretation of the Pandora property. Initial results indicated that the structural corridor and favourable horizon that hosts the Contact zone on the Lapa claims continues onto the Pandora property for 4 km. This horizon occurs along the Cadillac Break in Piche Group volcanic rocks near the southern contact of the Cadillac Group sediments. The drilling results to date have outlined three areas on the eastern portion of the Pandora property that display significant Contact-zone-type mineralization. These include the Lapa, Keel and Central Contact zones. A longitudinal section of the Pandora mineralization is available at www.queenston.ca.