"most stupidest" ROFL, that's classic Warant. "almost travel as the crow flies", except for those pesky trees. hehe
I thought you were a know it all about CQV. I thought you'd know to post this DEC 11 release promising more results in "early 2013" Oh, well I'll just have to post it then.
CANADIAN IMPERIAL VENTURE CORP.
December 11, 2012 Trading Symbol:
TSX Venture Exchange: CQV
Canadian Imperial Venture Corp.
Commences Drilling Program on Little Bear Lake Gold Property, Manitoba
St. John’s, NL: Canadian Imperial Venture Corp. (TSXV: CQV) (“CIVC” / the “Company”) is
pleased to announce the commencement of a 1500 m drill program on the Little Bear Lake Gold
property (“LBL”) in the Maskwa pluton located in southeastern Manitoba. The drill program is
being carried out pursuant to a farm-in agreement (see September 26, 2012 news release),
under which the Company is earning a 55% working interest in the Little Bear Lake property
from Carina Energy, a private mining exploration company based in Toronto, Ontario.
The current program will test the Silver Fox and contiguous Rush Veins. Historical trenching
results for the Silver Fox vein yielded channel sample results of up to 0.90 oz/t (30.9 g/T) gold
over 4 ft (1.2 m) with similar results obtained from other trenches over a strike length of 255 ft
(77.7 m). The wallrock contained up to 0.2 oz/ton (6.9 g/T). The Silver Fox vein is up to 7 ft
wide (2.1 m) at the south end. The narrower parts of the vein yielded grab samples of 7 oz to
10 oz Au/ton (10.5 to 348.5 g Au/T). During 2011 prospecting and sampling, 12 grab samples
from the Rush Vein averaged 6.2 g Au/T with a range from 0.05 to 41.68 g Au/T.
In addition, the Company wishes to report that assaying of previously unsampled core from the
2010-11 Carina drill program on the Treasure Vein continues and results are expected to be
released in early 2013.
Little Bear Lake
The Little Bear Lake claim block in eastern Manitoba, consist of 17 claims, or 2149 hectares.
On the Property, numerous gold-silver bearing veins occur in a parallel linear array trending
NW-SE. The veins themselves are generally narrow and sometimes high grade. They are
comprised of quartz and chlorite, and shearing is commonly evident in the walls. Width of the
shear structures ranges from less than 1 metre to about 18 m. Within these “shear zones”,
white to sugary to glassy quartz veins are commonly thin, but widths to 3 m are reported. Dips
of the “shear zones” are mostly vertical to steep north or south. Gold grades appear to be
directly correlated with percentage of pyrite, galena, sphalerite or chalcopyrite within the host
Many high grade gold and silver assays have been reported from the property since 1928 when
the veins were discovered. Historic grab sample assays range up to 17 oz Au/ton (530 g Au/T);
0.5 to 1 oz Au/ton (15-30 gAu/T) values have often been reported. Historically, there are
reported to be an estimated historic resource of 10,000 tons of hand-cobbed “high grade” quartz
vein material on the property adjacent to historic exploration pits on the veins.
The major veins explored since 1928 have been named Silver Fox, Latwis, Gold Plate, Molson,
Treasure, Black Beaver and Fisher. The Treasure vein appears to be the longest, being
continuous over a strike length of greater than 2,000m where it has been sampled in 90 small