BCM Resources Corporation (TSX-V: B) is pleased to announce the acquisition of additional mineral claims adjacent to two of its promising molybdenum properties in NW British Columbia.
An area of 931 hectares adjacent to the South Lorne Concession on the east was added to cover an area of intense iron oxide staining observable along the creek from the air. This red area is along strike from the known mineralization in the South Lorne Concession, with results from preliminary sampling (summer 2006) running up to 0.061% Mo, and 899 ppm Cu.
An additional 1,122.26 hectares surrounding the Shan property were acquired to cover potential related mineralization outside the current concession, especially north of Shannon creek. Work done by Rio Tinto Canada in 1980 indicated additional mineralization north of Shannon creek, with mineralized outcrops and anomalous molybdenum values in soils.
Lindsay Bottomer P.Geo., who is a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-01, has reviewed the technical content of this news release. The surface sample assays were done at ACME Analytical Laboratories Ltd.
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