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Monday, 01 August 2016 04:46

NB Drilling Update

We are pleased to report a native copper intersection in our 2016 drill core. Our drill program is ongoing until approximately the end of August. This material was in the first ‎hole. 
Robert Fisher, CEO
Robert Fisher, CEO of Leaf and Stone Resonance Services Ltd., is pleased to announce the successful completion of a trenching program in June 2016.  We have successfully tested our targets that were chosen through the use of our proprietary MRC technology combined with the geophysics program that we completed in April 2016.
The trenching targets produced the sample pictures that are displayed on our website.  We have submitted approximately 40 samples for assay today that will be tested for silver, gold and copper as well as other elements.  Our trench samples had copper mineralization including native copper, malachite, bornite, cuprite and chalcocite.  Geologists have now confirmed that we have identified a porphyry structure on our claims. 
From this data, we are excited to announce our upcoming drill program that will commence on July 25, 2016 and run through most of August.    We have contracted Lantech Drilling of Dieppe, NB to perform our core drilling on our New Brunswick claims.  We are looking forward to receiving the core and submitting it for analysis.
Friday, 24 June 2016 15:59

NB Copper Claim Expanded Staked Claims

With the interest we have created in this area, we thought it prudent to stake additional available lands so we control the whole geological structure that may support additional mineralization.  We now have direct ownership of approximately 76 square km of mineral claims versus the 46 square km that we had owned.


Robert Murray has staked a large additional amount so he now controls 253 square km of land in this area.  This increases our total land under control to 329 square km versus the 102 square km that we used to control.


We are pleased to work with the New Brunswick government in our work in this area.







Please check out this article as a reference for our MRC technology.

Tuesday, 08 March 2016 17:40

Soaring Eagle claim Update

IP survey work is in progress on Soaring Eagle claim block. 

Wednesday, 20 January 2016 17:56

Gold Rush!! - Integra Gold Corp

Wednesday, 25 November 2015 18:18

Oak Island NMR

Tuesday, 17 November 2015 18:10

Native Copper Samples with NB Copper


Mr. Russell Crosby, our contract project geologist, has the following comments on our
first drill hole in our six hole program at St Martins, New Brunswick.  
Leaf and Stone Resonance Services Ltd predicted the presence of native copper and gold
at the site known as the Henry Lake Site 16 Molecular Resonance Coupling (MRC)
anomaly.  Native copper and gold have been found at this site in Neoproterozoic fold‐
thrust belt rocks (referenced in the 2003 news release included below).  
Recently received assay results for gold in DDH HL16‐15‐01, are clearly and very strongly
anomalous for gold at this location – with samples grading up to almost 0.5 grams per
tonne (422 ppb over 0.23m from 195.30 to 195.53m).  True width is unknown. Although
no visible gold was seen, for it may be very fine‐grained and/or located within another
mineral species, this nevertheless bodes very well for the future discovery nearby of
higher gold grades when additional drilling is done.   The possibilities here are open‐
ended because this is the first time gold has been shown to occur in bedrock at this
location and, so far, in only one drill hole.  
Some of the highest gold values seem to correlate with the visible native copper
occurring in some of the samples, although the highest value may or may not be
associated with any visible copper, as no native copper was visually evident in the
sample.  Copper results are pending and more samples have been prepared from the
Henry lake hole as well as the next three holes at the Soaring Eagle location, for shipping
The copper/gold occurrences clearly come after the initial emplacement of the host
rocks and appear to be related to the subsequent alteration the rocks have undergone.  
The former Gordex Gold producer at Cape Spencer NB is located 32 kilometers to the
southwest of the Henry Lake claim and DDH HL16‐15‐01.  Almost 5,000 ounces of gold
was extracted during the late 1980s.  There the gold occurs as tiny grains in zones along
the borders of quartz veins in the Caledonian rocks of southern New
Brunswick.   Therefore it should come as no big surprise that gold is now being found at
a location 32 km northeast along this trend, as is alluded to in the following excerpt
from The Northern Miner of Apr 28 – May 4, 2003, Volume 89, Number 10:  
“In the Neoproterozoic Avalon terrane of the extreme south (rocks that are the equivalent of
Newfoundland’s Avalon Peninsula), several high‐grade occurrences are found associated with a
fold‐thrust belt in the Cape Spencer area, south of Saint John.  The fold‐thrust belt is related to
the collision of the Meguma against the southern margin of the Avalon.  “There is a lot of ground
to the northeast of the past‐producing Cape Spencer mine that is prospective,” says [Malcolm]
McLeod, [former district geologist with the NB government.”
The gold is expected to be a by‐product of processing copper and reduce the associated
costs of mining copper if and when a suitable resource is established.
Russell Crosby, M.Sc., P.Geo.
Wednesday, 12 March 2014 16:40

Locating Pipelines

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