Dunnedin Ventures Begins Strategic Review of 100% Owned Trapper Gold Copper Project

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October 26, 2016 / TheNewswire / Vancouver, BC, Canada. – Dunnedin Ventures Inc. (TSXV:DVI) today announced it has initiated a technical and strategic review of the Company’s 100% owned Trapper project located in the Sutlahine area of northern British Columbia.  Highlights include:

  • 100% owned by Dunnedin covering a gold-rich copper porphyry complex
  • 40 square kilometre land package adjacent to Brixton Metals Corp.’s (TSX-V: BBB, “Brixton”) Thorn property
  • Circular mineralized “Ring Zone” with over 10 kilometres of strike surrounding a porphyry centre, with gold-rich polymetallic mineralization drilled across 2.2 kilometres, and associated surface copper porphyry showings
  • Reconnaissance 42 drill hole, 8580 metre program completed in 2011 includes visible gold flanking copper porphyry in drill core, including 34.11 m of 1.71 g/t gold

“The Trapper project has seen $4 million of exploration work, which generated excellent gold drill results and surface copper porphyry showings, but is outside of our primary focus on diamond exploration at the Kahuna project in Nunavut,” said Chris Taylor, Dunnedin’s CEO, “The property overlies an unusually gold-rich porphyry copper complex including drill-ready copper porphyry and gold-rich semi-massive sulphide stockwork.  Dunnedin is conducting a comprehensive review of this 100% owned project to determine how best to unlock its value for shareholders.”

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