TORONTO, ONTARIO – MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd., (TSXV:“BMK”) is pleased to announce that a 2,500 meter drill program has commenced on its recently optioned Big Mac property in the James Bay Lowlands. Through the option agreement, WSR Gold Inc. (TSXV:“WSR”) will be the “operator” for the exploration of 701 claim units, totalling approximately 11,200 hectares, in the "Ring of Fire", Webequie District of Northern Ontario, near Noront's prolific nickel-copper discovery. The agreement provides WSR with an option to earn a 75% interest in the BMK Big Mac claims.
Since February 25, 2008 WSR has:
About MacDonald Mines
MacDonald Mines is a TSX-Venture listed, Canadian exploration company with a deep established history in the exploration of base and precious metals. MacDonald Mines is currently focusing its exploration in the Sachigo Greenstone Belt in the James Bay Lowlands of Northern Ontario. With a sizeable land position of 271 claim blocks (3,982 claim units), totaling over 63,700 hectares, and the identification of numerous high-quality targets from its latest airborne, the Company has strategically positioned itself as a long term investment opportunity in the Webequie District of the James Bay Lowlands.
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John Tait, President and Chief Executive Officer, WSR Gold
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