UPDATE Wait for the assays.
Mr. Ian Graham of Discovery reports
DISCOVERY HARBOUR REPORTS THE COMPLETION OF THE FALL, 2013 DRILLING PROGRAM AT THE WABASSI BASE-PRECIOUS METAL PROJECT, NORTHWEST ONTARIO
The fall exploration program, which was initiated on Oct. 4, 2013, at the Wabassi project (owned by Discovery Harbour Resources Corp., and its partners, Northern Shield Resources Inc. and Great Lakes Resources LLC, a private company) in Northwestern Ontario has ended as of Dec. 5, 2013.
This program had a planned budget of $1.5-million, which was financed by Discovery Harbour and Great Lakes, and was designed to complete detailed geophysical surveys and approximately 2,800 metres of drilling (see Discovery news releases dated Oct. 11, 2013, and Nov. 14, 2013).
Ground and borehole electromagnetic surveys were completed on five separate grids, and drilling of both surface-derived and borehole EM targets was completed on three targets within the Wabassi project for a total of seven holes, comprising an actual total of 2,881 metres of drilling for an approximate total expenditure of $1.65-million. The targets that were tested are anomaly Q (two holes totalling 541 metres), anomaly C (one hole totalling 239 metres) and anomaly E (four holes totalling 2,101 metres).
Samples are being assay tested at ALS Minerals laboratory located Timmins, Ont., which lab has an arm's-length relationship with the company, Northern Shield and Great Lakes. The assay results from this fall 2013 program will be reported once all the results have been received.
Michael J. Senn, a licensed professional geologist, is the qualified person for Discovery Harbour Resources, as described in National Instrument 43-101, and is responsible for and has approved the contents of this release. Great Lakes is a private U.S. company controlled by a director and significant shareholder of Discovery.