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News 2005


August 17, 2005

A program of magnetometer and soil geochemical surveys on the Brassie Creek Cu-Au-Ag skarn property near Walhachin, B.C. generated anomalies that were recently trenched by excavator with encouraging results.

Eight trenches arrayed over a north-south distance of 1.5 km exposed polymetallic magnetite skarn mineralization in a limestone member of the Nicola Group in contact with marginal granitic phases of the Guichon Batholith, in a setting similar to that at Craigmont Mine. All trenches over magnetic highs revealed magnetite-sulphide skarn mineralization, with Cu values up to 0.9%, Au to 145 ppb, Ag to 12.4 ppm, Zn to 0.4% and Pb> 2.52%.

A program of diamond drilling on the anomalous zones is being designed at present.

On Behalf of the Board:
Kenneth M. Dawson Ph.D, P.Geo, Director

The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or the accuracy of this release.

For further information contact:
Kenneth M. Dawson, Director (604) 984-0102;