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GOLD RESOURCES – New estimate for Bralorne Pioneer mine

BRITISH COLUMBIA - Vancouver's BRALORNE GOLD MINES has released new resource figures based on the current bulk samp...


BRITISH COLUMBIA – Vancouver’s BRALORNE GOLD MINES has released new resource figures based on the current bulk sampling program at the former Bralorne Pioneer mine. The measured mineral resource is 3,425 tonnes at 8.4 g/t Au; the indicated resource is 17,729 tonnes at 11.0 g/t; and the inferred resource is 412,700 tonnes at approximately 10 g/t Au.

Bralorne built a pilot test mill facility to treat the 10,000-tonne bulk sample. The work is being done as part of a feasibility study leading, hopefully, to a decision on full-scale production. In April 2004, the mine poured its first gold bar after being dormant for more than 30 years.

Inquiries may be directed to Barry Mire, bmire@RenmarkFinancial.com, or Charles Descary, cdescary@RenmarkFinancial.com.


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