The Company has started an eighteen hole, 3,000m diamond drilling program that will test the Keller vein along strike and beneath historical drilling for vein-type gold mineralization. The Keller vein is north-northeast and is unusual for the region and suggests less deformation allowing high angle structures to be mineralized. The drilling will test the nearly 1.5 km of strike of the vein system down to a local depth of 200m but mainly focussed along strike around 125m depth. “Anticipated target is a quartz shoot up to 5m wide and less than 200m long with a steep plunge down to 500m with gold grades as good or better then historical average” said Charles Beaudry, Director of Orefinders. This program also planned two holes in the south to test the extension of a mineralized porphyry dyke system where low grade gold halos surround veins making them potential for open pit deposits.