Corvus Gold Announces Discovery of New Gold Targets at the Chisna Project, Alaska

- January 18th, 2011

Corvus Gold Inc. (TSE:KOR) announces the discovery of two new gold targets at the Chisna Project in south-central Alaska.

Corvus Gold Inc. (TSX:KOR) announces the discovery of two new gold targets at the Chisna Project in south-central Alaska.

The press release is quoted as saying:

Surface exploration results from work conducted in 2010 has established the Golden Range target, where bedrock values of up to 50.4 g/t gold and soil values of up to 6.5 g/t gold have been found along a 9- kilometre-long zone of extensive gossanous iron carbonate alteration. A second target, known as Southwest Grubstake, has been discovered as a series of parallel quartz-dolomite-barite veins up to 2 metres wide defined over a 600-metre-long trend containing metal values from rock chip sampling of up to 46.5 g/t gold, 17.9 g/t silver, 1.3% lead and 0.19% zinc. These new targets will be further explored in 2011.

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