Mr. Richard Kantor reports
CHAMPION BEAR RESOURCES LTD ANNOUNCE 2019 DRILL PROGRAM AT EAGLE ROCK COPPER PALLADIUM PROJECT, NW ONTARIO
Champion Bear Resources Ltd. has started field operations to drill up to 10 infill diamond drill holes on the company's Eagle Rock copper-palladium-nickel-gold-platinum-cobalt project.
As previously reported on Oct. 5, 2018, following the successful closing of an equity offering, Champion Bear intends to drill up to 1,600 metres in this advanced exploration project to complement the 92 drill holes (approximately 14,000 metres) previously drilled by the company. Champion Bear has 100-per-cent ownership in over 33,000 acres of contiguous claims over the project located 65 kilometres south of Dryden, Ont.
Todd McCracken, PGeo, manager of mining of WSP Canada Inc., and Jessica Borysenko, PGeo, of ERS GeoServices, both qualified persons under the meaning of Canadian National Instrument 43-101 -- Standards for Disclosure of Mineral Projects, will be overseeing the exploration program and have reviewed the content of this news release.
About Champion Bear Resources Ltd.
Champion Bear is a mineral exploration company focused exclusively on the historically prospective regions of Ontario. The company's primary targets are platinum group metals, precious metals, polymetallic base metals and pegmatite-hosted tantalum deposits. Champion Bear's aim is to create shareholder value through selective property acquisition followed by focused exploration emphasizing drilling. The company has assembled a large land position in the Dryden and Sudbury areas, totalling over 16,000 hectares.
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