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Great Bear Drills New Near-Surface High-Grade “Yauro Zone” Discovery at Dixie: 10.32 g/t Gold Over 18.20 m; 5.60 g/t Gold Over 25.25 m; and 16.60 g/t Gold Over 6.00 m

Great Bear Resources


Chris Taylor, President and CEO of Great Bear said, “The new high grade Yauro discovery occurs within a  predicted zone of increased structural dilation between the Yuma and Auro discoveries, and is coincident with one of the recently identified geochemical (SGH) anomalies. I would encourage investors to refer to the cross sections provided in Figures 1, 2 and 3 to gain context.  The LP Fault discovery including the Yauro zone are not typical of vein-hosted Red Lake style gold deposits, but are flanked to the north and south by Red Lake style gold-bearing veins at the Hinge/Limb and new North Fault discoveries.  Two drill holes collared 125 metres apart were required to cross what we interpret as a major dilatancy or “blow” along the LP Fault at Yauro.  Finding something this large and high-grade within metres of the surface is one of the most important discoveries on the project to-date.  And like other areas of the LP Fault, the high-grade is flanked by wide intervals of moderate grade gold mineralization that could be very important for the project as it progress to more advanced stages.”

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Phone : 604-646-8354

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