Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. (TSX-V: URA) (the "Company") is pleased to announce it has completed the first hole of the 2013 drill program at the Company's 100% owned Princeton Copper Gold Project located adjacent to the Copper Mountain mine near Princeton, British Columbia.
Hole # PR-28-13 was drilled on the Combination zone to a depth of 148 meters (488 ft). Three significant mineralized zones were intersected; the first zone was from 43 - 56 meters; the second zone was from 87 - 118 meters; and the third zone was from 118 -145 meters for a total of 71 meters (231 ft) of mineralization. Each mineralized zone was separated by primarily feldspar dykes. Mineralization consisted of chalcopyrite, pyrite, magnetite and evidence of chalcocite. The Lost Horse Intrusive was evident at three separate intervals and is mineralized with veins, veinlets and disseminated chalcopyrite and magnetite.
All drill core has been logged, split and delivered to Acme Labs Vancouver for analysis. Results will be published upon completion. Drilling is underway on hole PR-29-13, which was set up 50 meters from hole #28, and is designed to test possible depth extension.
The Company has a drill permit to drill 10,000 meters and is currently in the process of completing a private placement financing.
About Anglo Canadian Mining Corp.
Anglo Canadian Mining is a junior mineral exploration company with copper, gold and uranium properties in Colorado, British Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its projects, please visit the website at http://www.anglocanex.com/
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
Len J. Harris, President
T: 604 669 6807 Toll Free: 866 488 3838
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