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Pitchstone reports reports that summer exploration activities have begun in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan.
Geophysical surveying consisting of ground gravity and DC-resistivity surveys was completed at Wolverine during January to April, 2010 in preparation for a diamond drilling program that has now commenced. This first phase of drilling consists of four drill holes totaling 1,280 meters that […]

Pitchstone reports reports that summer exploration activities have begun in the Athabasca Basin, Saskatchewan.

Geophysical surveying consisting of ground gravity and DC-resistivity surveys was completed at Wolverine during January to April, 2010 in preparation for a diamond drilling program that has now commenced. This first phase of drilling consists of four drill holes totaling 1,280 meters that tests two target areas. All exploration on the Wolverine property is being funded by JOGMEC. Other work planned for the summer in the Athabasca basin includes drilling at three other properties: Gumboot, Johnston Lake and Candle.

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