March 22, 2010
Sidon Acquires 5,200 Contiguous Acres in Direct Vicinity of the Windfall Lake Discovery in Quebec
SIDON INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES CORP. (SD-TSXV; SY7- FWB; SIDNF-OTCBB) Sidon International Resources Corp. wishes to announce that it has acquired approximately 2100 contiguous hectares, “the Windfall Prospect” (approximately 5,200 acres) in the direct vicinity of the recent discovery on the Windfall Lake Property by Eagle Hill Exploration. Eagle Hill announced intercepts of 19.61 g/t Au over 33 m at the Windfall Lake Prospect (March 10, 2010). Sidon’s “Windfall Prospect” is located in the Abitibi mineralized belt of Northern Quebec. This area between Val d'Or and Chibougamau is known for its gold and copper production and excellent infrastructure for exploration and mining.
Kamal Alawas, President of Sidon reports, "This is a region that has garnered substantial interest recently with the significant drill results announced by Eagle Hill and the recent press release by Metanor Resources to increase the capacity of the mill is due in part to ‘the continuing remarkable results of the 20,000-metre drilling campaign on the Barry property…the Barry open pit is located 10 kilometres from the Windfall property.’ Management feels that region of Quebec may turn into a world class mining district and is optimistic about the potential impact on the growth of Sidon this prospect may hold going forward.”
Sidon International Resources is a junior exploration company with interests in lithium and potash properties in Alberta, gold prospects in the Stewart mining camp of BC and coal prospects in Saskatchewan.
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