- Landore Resources has confirmed that drilling has intersected a significant new gold zone at its Junior Lake property in Ontario, Canada.

It said drilling in December intersected a wide zone of gold mineralisation close to surface including 31.29 metres at 1.12 grams per tonne (g/t) in drill-hole 0415-517. Higher grade intersections within the zone include 3.70 metres 4.21g/t gold in drill-hole 0415-518.

Landore completed a follow up drill programme in February consisting of 5 NQ diamond drill holes for a total of 564 metres (0416-519 to 523) as 50 metres step-outs to the above drill holes, all of which have intersected similar lithological units. Results are pending and will be reported when available. This new gold zone is located approximately midway along a 2.7 kilometre long, east-west trending, MaxMin geophysical anomaly (MM-7) at the western end of which is located the historical BAM gold zone discovered by Landore in 2003. MM-7 has not previously been drill tested.

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