October 15, 2009 Red Pine Exploration Inc. has acquired a gold property located in the Dore, Swayze and Rollo Townships. The property lies within the south central Swayze greenstone belt, southwest of Timmins, Ontario, Canada. The “Charlie Mortimer” Project lies immediately contiguous to Red Pine’s 100% owned Abitibi-West Property, and consists of 19 claim blocks (37 claim units) and covers over 550 hectares of prospective geology along the Mortimer/Kenty gold trend. Red Pine’s 100% owned Abitibi-West Property, which immediately abuts the Charlie Mortimer Project, which in itself is a significant land package (372 claim units totaling 5,952 hectares). The addition of the Charles Mortimer Project brings the company’s total land package to 409 claim units, covering approximately 6,502 hectares.
May 21, 2009 Red Pine Exploration Inc announced that its 2009 summer exploration program is presently underway with the commencement of a 925 line-kilometre airborne geophysical survey. Magnetometer, VTEM, and radiometric airborne surveys are being carried out over selected blocks on Red Pine's Abitibi-West property located southwest of Timmins, Ontario in the south central Swayze greenstone belt. The current 2009 survey will penetrate considerably deeper than past surveys and will provide position-accurate continuous data that will be useful in following up potential gold and base metal targets on the Abitibi-West Property.
July 31, 2007 The first phase of exploration consisted of aggressive prospecting program focusing on anomalous areas as defined by Ontario government geophysical, geological and regional geochemical surveys. The program will also identify the extent of outcrop exposure on the property. The second phase of exploration followed up on anomalous rock samples with geological mapping, trenching, channel sampling and blasting. Anomalous areas that merit subsurface investigation was surveyed using geophysical techniques to aid in designing a diamond drill program to test the subsurface environment. It is anticipated that the first phase of diamond drilling would consist of approximately 2,000 meters.