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11.64 meters channel intersection grading 1.82% Nickel, 0.29% Copper and 0.04% Cobalt

On January 26th, 2015 St-Georges announced that it had received chemical assays results  from its wholly owned “Julie” Nickel-Copper-Cobalt Project on the Quebec North Shore near the deep sea port town of Baie-Comeau.   The project covers approximately 4,860 hectares or 48.6 km².

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On December 29th, 2014 St-Georges announced that it had received chemical assays results with initial results that included

8.49 meters channel intersection grading 1.71% Nickel, 0.271% Copper and 0.0347% Cobalt

  -including 3.62 meters grading 2.07% Nickel, 0.31% Copper and 0.04% Cobalt.  

All results reported on December 29th originated from a 70 meters by 56 meters surface mineralized zone referred to as “T1”.

On January 13, 2015, the Company announced that:

The mineralized zone was encountered over 584 meters along strike, coinciding with a magnetic conductor that is on a South-West to North-East trend for an approximate total length of 13 km on the Julie property. A portable drill hole located 211 meters to the east of the T1 Zone yielded these results:

1.17% Nickel, 0.132% Copper and 0.0269% Cobalt over 40 cm from surface.  …

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Located 142 km  northwest of the deep sea port town of Baie-Comeau and accessible by  paved and logging roads. The Julie project is the main active exploration project for St-Georges.

 

  • New kilometric exploration targets with similar geological DNA as the Voisey’s Bay Discovery (low-magnetic mineralized conductor in leucotroctolite and troctolite geological settings).

 

  • 3,735 line-km of airborne magnetic geophysical survey with 100m spacing completed in 2011.

 

  • Standing Exploration Agreement with the Innu First Nation Tribe of Pessamit to work on their Ancestral Territory.