Canasil Files Technical Report for Brenda Gold-Copper Project Located in the Kemess-Toodoggone District, British Columbia, Canada
November 15, 2017
Vancouver, November 15, 2017 - Canasil Resources Inc. (TSX-V: CLZ, DB Frankfurt: 3CC, “Canasil” or the “Company”) announces that it has filed a Technical Report for the Company’s 100% owned Brenda Gold-Copper Project, located in the Kemess-Toodoggone District, British Columbia, Canada. The Brenda project will be the “property of merit” for the planned spin-off of the Company’s BC projects into a separate company, Canmine Minerals Inc. (“Canmine”). A Special Meeting of Shareholders is planned for December 12, 2017, to consider the spin-off transaction, which was previously announced on July 26 and October 24, 2017, and which is subject to approval by the TSX Venture Exchange.
The Brenda project covers 4,450 hectares (44.5 Sq. km.) located 15 km northwest of the AuRico Metals Inc. (“AuRico Metals”, TSX:AMI) Kemess Underground and Kemess East deposits in a region recognized for hosting porphyry gold and copper deposits. The Company has undertaken systematic exploration programs on the Brenda project including satellite imaging, geological mapping and surface sampling, airborne and ground geophysical surveys and 12,000 metres of core drilling in 65 drill holes intersecting widespread gold-copper mineralization. These programs have identified additional unexplored targets for hosting gold-copper mineralization within the project area that are recommended for further exploration, including deeper sensing airborne and ground geophysics followed by drilling.
The report containing details of these programs titled “NI 43-101 Technical Report on the Brenda Gold-Copper Project” dated September 12, 2017 (the “Technical Report”) is available on SEDAR (www.sedar.com), and on the Company’s website (www.canasil.com). The Technical Report was prepared for Canasil by Robert A. (Bob) Lane, MSc, PGeo, of Plateau Minerals Corp. Mr. Lane is a Qualified Person as defined under National Instrument 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects
There appears to be significant interest from larger mining companies in the Kemess-Toodoggone region. On November 7, 2017, Centerra Gold Inc. (“Centerra TSX:CG”) announced the acquisition of AuRico Metals in a cash transaction for C$310 million (Centerra/AuRico Metals news release Nov. 7, 2017). Furthermore, Amarc Resources Ltd. (“Amarc” TSXV:AHR) has entered into a farm-in agreement with Hudbay Minerals Inc. (“Hudbay” TSX: HBM) on Amarc’s Joy project, located immediately adjacent to the north and east of the Brenda project, providing for Hudbay to earn 50% interest through expenditures of $20 million before December 31, 2020 (Amarc news release August 22, 2017).
Canasil is a Canadian mineral exploration company with a strong portfolio of 100% owned silver-gold-copper-lead-zinc projects in Durango and Zacatecas States, Mexico, and in British Columbia, Canada. The Company’s directors and management include industry professionals with a track record of identifying and advancing successful mineral exploration projects through to discovery and further development. The Company is actively engaged in the exploration of its mineral properties, and maintains an operating subsidiary in Durango, Mexico, with full time geological and support staff for its operations in Mexico.
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