Carlisle Goldfields, a Canadian-based mining & exploration company with silver and gold projects in Ontario and Northern Manitoba, has announced the assay results from its MacLellan Mine Project located near the Town of Lynn Lake in Northern Manitoba.
The assay result from three drilling locations have been released – the MacLellan Mine, Western Extension and the Bruichladdie Zone. In August 2010, an NI 43-101 complaint resource was published on the MacLellan Mine. The recent drill program has gathered data across the project, including the Western Extension in order to determine a compliant resource that the company will publish in the first quarter of 2012.
The Vice President, Exploration of Carlisle Goldfields, Peter Karelse stated that MacLellan Mine Project’s resource development drilling demonstrates the continuity encountered earlier in relatively under-drilled or undrilled areas.
The President of Carlisle, Bruce Reid stated that the results obtained from the recent drill program will considerably add to the quality and critical mass of the project resource once the compilation of the next NI 43-101 compliant resource is complete.
The Western Extension drilling results indicates the continuous resource style mineralization in the east side of the Keewatin River. The exploratory drilling in the Bruichladdie Zone confirms the extension of the MacLellan Resource mineralization style found in an extended strike distance of over 2 kms.