Cartier Resources defines three new anomalies at Cadillac

Cartier Resources Inc. {TSX.V: ECR} confirm positive geophysical test results on their Cadillac Extension project in the Abitibi Greenstone belt, Quebec.

These results have also detected three new anomalies.


Cartier Resources Inc. {TSX.V: ECR} has received positive geophysical test results on the Cadillac extension project, situated 135 kilometers east-northeast of Val d’Or. The results of the OreVision technology calibration test line, completed over the poly-metallic copper-zinc-silver (Cu-Zn-Ag) Langlade deposit, has helped outline the geometry and position of the favourable horizon that hosts the mineralisation. These results have also detected three new anomalies, associated with sulphides, of which one is situated along the extension of the Langlade deposit.


The OreVision technology measures resistivity and chargeability of the rocks down to a depth of 600 mettrs. These results, when compared with results obtained from the laboratory characterization of the host rocks and the mineralisation targeted on the property, help locate with good precision the position of anomalies associated with sulphides present on the property. The robust nature of the targets is supported by the magnetic signature and diamond drill hole data.


Philippe Cloutier, president and chief executive officer, commented: “Now that we have calibrated the instruments to detect what we are looking for, we are planning surveys over parts of the property with a high potential for discovery of deposits.”


For more information on the Cadillac extension project visit the company’s website.


Quality assurance/quality control


The scientific and/or technical information presented in this press release has been reviewed and approved by Dr. Gaetan Lavalliere, PGeo, PhD, and vice-president for Cartier. Mr. Lavalliere is a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.