White Tiger Provides Property Project Updates
November 14, 2012
West Vancouver, British Columbia – November 14, 2012 – White Tiger Mining Corp. (the “Company” or “White Tiger”) is pleased to provide the following updates on its current joint venture property projects:
Marshall Lake Property Project, Ontario
Further the Company’s news release of October 4, 2012, White Tiger wishes to advise that it has now received the assay results from its recent drilling program on the “RM Zone”. The Company is currently reviewing and analyzing the assay results and expects to report such results shortly. At that time, the schedule for the resumption of drilling will also be announced.
Norton Lake Property Project, Ontario
Additionally, the Company is pleased to report further results on its Norton Lake pyroxenite-hosted massive sulphide property, which property has an NI 43- 101 Compliant Measured and Indicated Resource of 2.2 million tonnes grading 0.67% Nickel (at a cut-off of 0.3% Nickel), 0.61% Copper, 0.03% Cobalt , and 0.46 grams per tonne Palladium. The Norton Lake property is located 50 km northeast of the town of Fort Hope and 413 km northeast of Thunder Bay, Ontario.
In September 2012, Caracle Creek International (“CCI”) of Toronto and Dr. Mark Fedikow of Mount Morgan Resources Ltd. were commissioned to perform an initial Mobile Metal Ions (“MMI”) orientation soil survey over the Norton Lake deposit. This survey was successful in establishing the characteristic nickel, copper, cobalt soil MMI response over the Norton Lake main zone. Further to this, CCI was commissioned to perform a more wide ranging MMI soil survey in order to test three target areas within the Norton Lake property. The three target areas were selected by the Company because they exhibited similar coincident total field magnetics and multi-channel TDEM (time domain electromagnetics) anomalies on airborne geophysical surveys as the Norton Lake deposit.
The Company is pleased to announce that one of the three targeted areas returned very encouraging MMI survey results. Specifically, the Norton Lake eastern zone returned elevated nickel, copper and cobalt with the best MMI values being concentrated in the southern part of the grid. An elongate zone of anomalous nickel and copper values measuring approximately 600 metres by 100 metres extends in an east-west direction, coincident with airborne geophysical anomalies. The MMI geochemical signature is of higher amplitude than that of the orientation survey over the Norton lake deposit itself. As a result, the Company is planning a preliminary exploration drill program to determine the targets’ significance.
This news release has been reviewed and approved by Mr. Gordon Gibson, P.Geo., who is acting as the Company’s Qualified Person for the Marshall Lake and Norton Lake property projects, in accordance with regulations under