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August 31, 2005
All eigth trenches over magnetic highs revealed magnetite-sulphide skarn mineralization, with Cu values up to 0.9%, Au to 145 ppb, Ag to 12.4 ppm, Zn to 0.4% and Pb> 2.52%. A program of diamond drilling on the anomalous zones is being designed at present. In September 2004, Dr. Kenneth M. Dawson, Ph.D, P.Geo completed a review of past exploration of the Brassie Creek Polymetalic Skarn deposit, consolidating exploration data obtained during past projects undertaken by the Company and previous holders of the mineral claims. He concluded that past exploration had served to delimit anomalous areas and identify polymetallic skarn and manto mineralization with elevated precious metal content and good economic potential.
April 2, 2004
Christopher James Gold Corp and Craigmont Mines Joint Venture have agreed on a working alliance to explore and develop properties located near Merritt, British Columbia. The Christopher James has granted Craigmont an option to explore and develop its Brassie claim’s magnetite resource and Craigmont simultaneously has granted the Christopher James an option to explore and develop its Craigmont claim’s copper, base metal and precious metal potential. Together the Christopher James and Craigmont will examine the potential to further develop the Christopher James’s Big Kidd gold-copper-silver resource in a way that could utilize Craigmont’s existing licenses and permitted lands for any milling or processing.
May 31, 2003
Craigmont Mines and the company worked together to gather and analyze sample material from two locations on the property. The purpose of the sampling and analysis was to answer whether magnetite from the Brassie claims meets the threshold standard required by customers Craigmont Mines supplies, which indicated positively.