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GOLD EXPLORATION NEWS Queenston Keen on Pandora and Kirkland Lake

TORONTO QUEENSTON MINING is hunting for gold in both northern Quebec and Ontario.


TORONTO QUEENSTON MINING is hunting for gold in both northern Quebec and Ontario.

At its 100%-owned Pandora prospect 58 km east of Rouyn-Noranda, Que., 10 widely-spaced diamond drillholes have been completed, and all intersected gold mineralization. The area of interest measures 1,350 m along strike and 600 m vertically between 350 and 905 m below the surface. Drilling in the Contact zone returned 3.8 g/t Au over 6.4 m and 7.7 g/t Au over 0.5 m; in the A zone returned 7.3 g/t Au over 3.7 m and 8.2 g/t Au over 0.9 m; and in the North Branch zone returned 7.0 g/t Au over 8.3 m and 2.3 g/t Au over 5.0 m. In total, Queenston has intersected five zones on the property, which lies along the Cadillac Break.

Four holes drilled near Kirkland Lake, Ont., since June 2003 at the wholly-owned Anoki South Zone failed to intersect new significant gold mineralization. That is not to say the South zone is barren; drilling during 2002 returned 67.8 g/t Au over a true width of 2.5 m in one hole. To the north, the Anoki deposit has indicated resources of 1.1 million tonnes grading 4.1 g/t Au.

More diamond drill results can be found at www.queenston.ca.


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