BCM Resources Corporation (TSX-V: B) has acquired an additional 1,346 hectares of mineral claims adjacent to the Shan Property 20 km. northeast of Terrace BC. This brings the total area of the Shan claims to 3,029 hectares at this exciting molybdenum discovery in NW British Columbia.
Recheck samples on two high-grade samples on the Shan Property have yielded molybdenum grades of 0.885% Mo and 0.36% Mo (sample SH130 sub-crop and SH153 float, respectively). These samples were taken during the summer exploration program at the Shan and initially reported in the Company's News Release dated October 12, 2006 as grading greater than 0.2% Mo.
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