Britannica Resources Corp.: McKenzie Break Initial Drill Results
Friday, September 21st, 2007
Britannica Resources Corp. is pleased to announce initial drill results from the McKenzie Break Project, located 35 kilometres north of the city of Val d’Or, Quebec.
During the period of June 15th, 2007 to August 15th, 2007, Britannica completed an initial diamond drilling campaign on the McKenzie Break Project. A total of 13 holes, MK-07-109 to MK-07-119, including 110B and 113B, were located on geological and geophysical targets, for a total of 2178.5 linear meters. The drilling program was oriented at detailing and extending the main gold bearing structures already known on the block of claims recently acquired from Wesdome Gold Mines (see news release, January 30, 2007).
Significant Gold Intersections
Hole, From m, To m, Width m, Grade g/tAu
MK-07-109 92.3 93.7 1.4 5.96
149.5 150.0 0.5 1.56
163.6 165.0 1.4 2.02
MK-07-112 30.8 34.4 3.6 8.14
Including 30.8 32.4 1.6 17.15
154.0 155.5 1.5 2.75
These results are principally centered on zone #4, which is dipping 15 degrees to the northeast. The drilling was conducted to intersect the gold mineralized structure at 90 degrees, therefore the core lengths are fairly close to true width.
All drill holes from the initial diamond drilling campaign on the McKenzie Break Project have been logged, split, sampled and sent to the lab for assaying. Britannica will release further results when they become available.