September 7th 2017 | by Canadian Mining
Canadian Mining Corp. Announces Expansion Of Bullard Pass Property
Canadian Mining Corp. (TSXV: “CNG”) (“Canadian Mining” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce the recent expansion of its 100% owned Bullard Pass Property (“Bullard”).
The initial 22-claim package in three distinct blocks totalling 454 survey acres has been increased to 171 claims in one large claim block, now totalling 3,420 survey acres. Expansion of the Bullard was completed through ground staking of BLM land initiated by the Company.
The newly acquired ground provides the Company with a large land position covering historic work in the region. Management is currently compiling and reviewing historic data and planning a fall work program in anticipation of a drilling campaign.
Additional updates on the bullard pass property are expected to be announced in the coming weeks.
About Canadian Mining Corp.
Canadian Mining Corp. is a junior exploration and development company. It is focused on creating shareholder value through the advancement of its assets which include the Bullard Pass Property in Arizona. The Bullard Pass Property consists of 171 unpatented claims in one large block totalling 3,420 acres. The claims are 100% owned by Canadian Mining of Arizona Inc. a wholly owned U.S. subsidiary of Canadian Mining.
Simultaneous with the Bullard Pass development, the Board of Directors is actively reviewing and pursuing new opportunities for project generation and continued financing.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Brian G. Thurston, President
For further information please contact:
Brian G. Thurston
Canadian Mining Corp.
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