Val-d'Or, Quebec, February 19, 2013, - Knick Exploration Inc. (TSX-V: KNX) is pleased to report that recently completed ground geophysics surveys were successful in locating electromagnetic conductive zones and defining a north-northeast trending structure in the vicinity of the St-Nazaire Copper occurrence situated in the northwest part of Knicks' Trecesson Project. The St-Nazaire occurrence originally discovered in 1987 by Lac Minerals when drill testing various electromagnetic targets assayed 0.94% copper and 5.98g/t silver over 20.7m including 1.82% copper and 10.32g/t silver over 7.6m with associated anomalous zinc and lead values over the 20.7m intersection(GM46725, p.32).
The St-Nazaire occurrence is situated 4.8km north-northeast of the Mallach-2 precious and base-metal occurrence (press release-January 29, 2013). It lies peripheral to the Trecesson Intrusive, is hosted in volcanic rocks and shows similarities to deposits in the Mattagami and Quevillon regions situated 125km north-northeast and 110km east-northeast of the property, respectively.
The Trecesson property presently is comprised of 217 claims covering 92 square kilometers. It is located 12 km from the town of Amos and approximately 65 km north northwest of the city of Val d' Or. The property is traversed by paved and all weather gravel roads making it accessible year round.
Gordon N. Henriksen, P.Geo., Vice President of Knick Exploration, is the Company's qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101. He has reviewed and approved the contents of this press release.
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