White Tiger Mining Corp.: Drill Hole RMZ11-23 Intersects 62.5 m of 0.60% Copper

- May 3rd, 2011

White Tiger Mining Corp. (CVE:WTC) reports assay results from drill holes RMZ11-23 and RMZ11-24 for its Marshall Lake project.

White Tiger Mining Corp. (TSXV:WTC) reports assay results from drill holes RMZ11-23 and RMZ11-24 for its Marshall Lake project.

The press release is quoted as saying:

The Marshall Lake Property is a copper, silver and gold exploration project located 30 km west of Nakina, Ontario, and is accessible via a good all weather gravel road from Hwy 11 and is 22 km north of the main CNR rail line.

White Tiger Mining’s President and CEO, Ron Coombes says:

“As the RM Zone on the Marshall Lake Property continues to be expanded with significant intercepts of mineralization, it appears that the deposit is near enough to surface to be amenable to low cost open pit mining methods. We are excited with having the entire Marshall Lake geological setting under option and the drilling success that we have had to date certainly warrants more drilling near term. Prior to re-commencing drilling, further IP (induced polarization) work, including downhole geophysics and structural mapping, will be completed. Once all of this data has been compiled and reviewed, the Company is planning to commence an additional $1.0 million drill program, which is anticipated to begin in June. This additional drilling will focus on the continued expansion of the RM Zone with an emphasis on the suspected fold hinge where the mineralization has potential to become thicker and richer. It is our goal to complete enough drilling in 2011 to be in a position to commence preparation of an NI 43-101 resource report on the Marshall Lake Property.”

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