Canadian Orebodies Hits Bonanza Grade Gold

V.CORE, Canadian Orebodies, Gold, Ontario
V.CORE, Canadian Orebodies, Gold, Ontario

Canadian Orebodies (V.CORE) was very quiet over the summer and early fall. Few press releases. No hype. Just prospecting and then an October announcement of a drilling program at the company’s Wire Lake project. As Gord McKinnon put it in this release, “This first phase of drilling is designed to test six target areas, several of which are virgin discoveries made by our prospecting teams over the last two seasons that have never seen any advanced exploration or drilling”. read more

Reunion for Hemlo Alumni: Interview with CEO Canadian Orebodies’ (TSX-V: CORE) Gordon McKinnon

gold, mining, exploration

Today, Canadian Orebodies Inc. (TSX-V: CORE) released results from its fall 2017 Black Raven prospecting program which is indicating a significant discovery of multiple high grade gold bearing vein structures.  The results are validating the company’s strategy of consolidating its land position at Black Raven as it is starting to uncover a new trend in the historic Hemlo mining camp. read more

Canadian Orebodies Intersects 32.4 Metres of 1.4g/t Au, Including 5.0 Metres of 4.2g/t Au at Wire Lake

V.CORE, Canadian Orebodies, gold, Gordon McKinnon

Canadian Orebodies Inc. (the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE:CORE) is pleased to announce the second batch of core assays from its summer drill campaign at the Wire Lake Project. The program consisted of twenty-two holes being drilled (WL-2017-001 to 009, 009A, and 010 to 021) totaling 3,069 metres. read more

Canadian Orebodies Intersects 18.7 Metres of 2.6g/t Au, Including 0.5 Metres of 57.1g/t Au at Wire Lake

V.CORE, Canadian Orebodies, gold, Gordon McKinnon

TORONTO, ONTARIO–(Marketwired – Aug. 21, 2017) – Canadian Orebodies Inc. (the “Company”) (TSX VENTURE:CORE) is pleased to announce the recent completion of its initial drill program and first drill assays from its Wire Lake Project. The program consisted of twenty-two holes being drilled (WL-2017-001 to 009, 009a, and 010 to 21) totalling 3,069 metres. read more