Vancouver, BC: Canadian Mining Company Inc. (TSX.V: CNG), President and CEO, Ray Paquette is pleased to report he has been contacted by Mr. Tom Charles, Inspector of Mines for the area which oversees the Company’s Sun Group Zeolite Project.
Mr. Charles recently visited the Sun Group site and reports that weather conditions are now favorable to ready the site and transport the previously mined inventory of zeolite. The mined zeolite will be delivered to potential customers including an organic orchard in Keremeos, BC where the zeolite will be used as a natural soil enhancement.
Finalizing the reclamation of the site and shipping the available ore to future customers will allow Canadian Mining to ready the site for drilling.
The Sun Group Zeolite Project lies close to highway and infrastructure and has had sufficient work to identify a large zeolite resource. The historic non-compliant potential resource was reported at 46,600,000 metric tonnes at a high cut off CEC value at 100.
Canadian Mining plans a program in coming months to bring this property up to 43-101 compliance, which will result in a reduction in discovery risk and resource estimate risk, and should give investors a higher level of confidence going forward. The overall zeolite market potential is millions of tonnes per year.
On behalf of the Board
Ray Paquette CEO
For further information contact Mr. Ray Paquette 604.684.3301
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