Fjordland Acquires Eight Gold-Copper Properties

- March 3rd, 2010

Fjordland Exploration reports its recent updates on the successes at their Woodjam project & has acquired eight properties, south Cariboo region, British Columbia to be prospective for copper-gold, porphyry-type deposits.
The properties (Boss, Canim, Coffee, Hazel, Howard Lake, LaHache, Moffat and Tisdall), consist of 45,100 hectares, and are located within the prolific Quesnel Terrane, between Imperial Metals’ Mount Polley […]

Fjordland Exploration reports its recent updates on the successes at their Woodjam project & has acquired eight properties, south Cariboo region, British Columbia to be prospective for copper-gold, porphyry-type deposits.

The properties (Boss, Canim, Coffee, Hazel, Howard Lake, LaHache, Moffat and Tisdall), consist of 45,100 hectares, and are located within the prolific Quesnel Terrane, between Imperial Metals’ Mount Polley gold-copper mine in the northwest and Canim Lake in the south, an area encompassing approximately 50 km in length and 40 km in width. One of the claim groups comprising the Hazel group is surrounded by Imperial’s Mount Polley property. A map of the new properties is available at http://www.fjordlandex.com/galleries/woodjam2.html.

Tom Schroeter, President of Fjordland says:

“The rejuvenation or reactivation of numerous large open-pit and/or underground porphyry-hosted copper-gold projects heralds a new era of development and exploration for these types of deposits in British Columbia. Fjordland is well positioned for discovery with a commanding land position in this well-endowed part of the world.”

For complete press release, click here.

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