GOLD EXPLORATION: Trelawney to take bulk sample from Dorset

ONTARIO - Toronto-based Trelawney Mining and Exploration is seeking needed permits and looking for a contractor to ...

ONTARIO — Toronto-based Trelawney Mining and Exploration is seeking needed permits and looking for a contractor to extract a bulk sample from the Dorset gold property near Wawa. The project is a joint venture of Trelawney (53%) and owner MetalCorp (47%) of Toronto, with Trelawney as the operator.

 

The Dorset property consists of 992 hectares adjacent to Wesdome's producing Eagle River gold mine. The 43-101 report of October 2007 provided an initial indicated resource estimate (using a 0.50 g/t Au cutoff) of 780,000 tonnes grading 1.42 g/t Au containing 40,000 oz of gold. The inferred resource is 4.76 million tonnes grading 1.19 g/t Au containing 180,000 oz.

 

The Trelawney website (www.TrelawneyMining.com) is under construction, but the MetalCorp site at www.MetalCorp.ca contains additional information about the Dorset project.

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