|Wolverine Exploration Inc. Announces Fall Drill Program on Cache River Copper/Gold Property in Central Labrador|
VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 10, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Wolverine Exploration Inc. ("Wolverine") ( WOLV) is pleased to announce its fall drill program with Innu-Cartwright Drilling Company from Goose Bay Labrador.
Innu-Cartwright is a well-known local drill rig operator and this full size core drill rig will have the ability to extend the full depth of the magnetic anomaly as discovered by the Ground Induced Polarization survey by Abitibi Geophysics. Exact start date of the program is contingent upon completion of funding.
There remains seven anomalous areas to be investigated, most of those are 20 km (12.4 miles) west from the 2011 drilling and are centered in the area of all the surface malachite showings which were previously discovered by Wolverine that produced surface copper samples ranging from 2.4%Cu to 6.4%Cu.
There are four priority one and priority two anomalous targets outlined by Abitibi Geophysics that Wolverine plans to drill in September and October of this year. These anomalies are the only indication that may lead to a possible cause of the malachite in the area and Wolverine is excited about the prospects.
Lee Costerd Wolverine CEO stated: "We are extremely pleased to have such an outstanding crew this year, Ed Montague, senior geologist for Wolverine Exploration, will oversee the program. Mr. Montague was the former government geologist in charge of mineral analysis for all of Labrador on behalf of the Department of Natural Resources. Innu-Cartwright Drilling has first-hand knowledge of the region and is well respected, and the program will also be aided by Luke Rich. We look forward to bringing this large anomalous area to light."
For more information on the geophysics of this property please visit www.wolverineexplorationinc.com.
On behalf of the Board
For further information please contact:
Ronald Jones (778) 297-4409
The Foothills Group
San Jose, CA
1-888-516-7415 (toll free)