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Press Release: November 30, 2017
Crystal Lake Mining Corp. has provided an update on a technical work program, located near the Emo project, Northwestern Ontario.
Crystal Lake Mining Corp is pleased to report progress with the Emo Project in the Rainy River Region of Northwestern Ontario. Regional and property scale magnetic data coupled with historic data have been used to better identify targets. A geological model of the EL1 patent has been prepared by Ronacher McKenzie Geoscience using historic information from company records, recent exploration results (2015 drilling and geophysical data) and data from the public domain. This information is being evaluated and a strategy to target beneath and laterally adjacent to the known near-surface mineralization is being developed.
A plan of drilling coupled with surface and borehole geophysical surveys will be implemented and commencing early in 2018. The objective of the work is to test the roots of the known near-surface mineral zone, and establish whether the breccia-hosted styles of disseminated and net-textured sulfide extend into a root zone of massive sulfide mineralization.
The technical information in this Press Release (the “Technical information”) has been approved by Dr. Peter C. Lightfoot, a Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101 (“NI 43-101”). Certain Technical Information in this Press Release has previously been disclosed by Crystal Lake in its public disclosure record. Readers should refer to Crystal Lake’s full public disclosure record at www.sedar.com.
About the Company
Crystal Lake Mining Corporation is a mineral exploration/development company focused on creating value through the exploration and development of its British Columbia and Ontario mineral properties.
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