Gold Mineralization

Three zones of gold mineralization located proximal to a gabbro sill complex cutting the south-central portion of the Martiniere property have been discovered to date. Each of the known gold zones -- Martiniere West, Central and East -- remain open for expansion in all directions and have been tested to only very shallow vertical depths.

The Martiniere West Zone consists of three sub-parallel shear hosted quartz-carbonate vein systems which have been traced by drilling to date over a strike length of between 220 and 430 metres and to a maximum vertical depth of 130 metres below surface. The MWZ remains open in all directions and will be a prime target of the winter 2011 drill program on the Martiniere property.

The Martiniere Central Zone, originally discovered by Cyprus while testing and airborne conductor, is a complex vein-breccia zone comprised of several steeply plunging gold bearing structures. Gold mineralization is hosted both by a quartz-carbonate vein-breccia zone in quartz-eye bearing "basalts" parallel to the contact with a mafic intrusion and in vein zones within the mafic intrusion. Drilling to date has tested this zone to a depth of approximately 130 vertical metres and it remains open down-plunge to the NNW.

Discovered by the final drill hole of the 2007 drill program, the most recent drill program on the Martiniere Property, the Martiniere East Zone features a very broad zone of anomalous gold mineralization with a 28.40 metre core zone grading 2.30 g/t gold. Individual assay intervals within the anomalous zone range from just under 0.1 g/t to a high of 41.40 g/t gold. The Martiniere East Zone is associated with an I.P. anomaly which increases in scale and intensity to the east where it remains untested. One hundred and eighty metres to the NW the original drillhole on the property -- MD-95-02 -- hosts an 85 metre wide zone of anomalous gold mineralization associated with a parallel I.P. anomaly which remains open in all directions. Both areas will receive additional testing and geophysical coverage during the winter 2011 campaign.

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