- Landore Resources reports the completion of a mineral potential investigation on the Junior Lake nickel-copper-PGE project in Ontario.

Landore retained the services of RPA Inc. (RPA) independent engineers of Toronto, Canada, to review and report on the Mineral Potential of the Junior Lake Nickel-Copper-PGE Project. Chief executive Bill Humphries said: "This report on the Mineral Potential of the Junior Lake property by independent engineers, together with the recently completed geophysical review by a recognized geophysicist in the nickel exploration field, has confirmed the significant value of the Junior Lake project. In addition the above reviews have established the high potential of the B4-7 and VW nickel deposits for continued growth, and have identified substantial potential for further discoveries in the surrounding property."

Overall, RPA is of the opinion that there is excellent exploration potential remaining in many areas of the Junior Lake Property and that more work is warranted. A preliminary economic study that investigates minimum tonnage and grade requirements at a various metal prices is needed to prioritize on-going exploration activities. In general, RPA's opinion is that future exploration activities should focus on increasing the existing resources and discovering new deposits.

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