Brigadier Gold Announces Drill Results From Larder Lake Project
Tuesday, November 27th, 2007
Follow up to first quarter 2007 drilling that intersected up to 5.31 g/t gold in Albert Kokotow Zone
Brigadier Gold has announced results from a 2,021.5-metre drill program at its Larder Lake Project, located approximately five km south of the Town of Larder Lake in Ontarioâ€™s prolific Kirkland Lake-Larder Lake gold camp. Of the 13 holes drilled during this program in the Albert Kokotow and McCrea Zones, 10 holes intersected gold mineralisation, grading up to as much as 3.440 g/t in the McCrea Zone.
This drilling was designed to vertically and laterally extend intersections in holes B-07-04 and B-07-05 drilled in the first quarter of this year. Hole B-07-04 intersected 5.31 g/t gold over 2.35 metres from 31.35 metres to 33.7 metres, and hole B-07-05 cut 2.79 g/t gold over 8.3 metres from 82.5 metres to 90.8 metres, including 5.11 g/t over 1.5 metres. In total, the Company drilled 19 holes totalling 2,886.6 metres during 2007.
â€œWith the drilling and surface work in 2007 we have considerably enhanced our understanding of gold mineralization on the Larder Lake project,â€ said President and CEO Herb Kokotow. â€œOur goal in 2008 is to continue to drill both Albert Kokotow and McCrea with the intent to expand the length and depth of mineralisation of the alteration zones and, conditions permitting, to explore the M-Island Zone to the north where grades up to 18.9 g/t gold have been intersected.â€