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VanadiumCorp adds 8,531 acres to Lac Dore

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Vanadiumcorp adds 8,531 acres to Lac Dore

 

2014-12-16 16:01 ET – News Release

Mr. Adriaan Bakker reports

VRB 2ND PHASE LAC DORE CLAIM EXPANSION AND APPROVAL

Vanadiumcorp Resource Inc. has conducted a second phase of claim expansion adjacent to its 100-per-cent-owned Lac Dore vanadium project situated near Chibougamau, Que. The project claim expansion consists of 38 map-designated cells spanning 8,531 acres or 21.08 square kilometres. Also, 10 of the 11 posted claims which were pending approval from the initial claim expansion (news release of July 23, 2014) were approved by the government, adding 603 acres or 1.49 square kilometres. The map-designated cells and first 10 staked claims have been approved with the Ministere de l’Energie et des Ressources Naturelles, providing 100-per-cent ownership of all of VanadiumCorp’s Lac Dore project mining claims.

The claim expansion extends VRB mining claims north of the company’s Lac Dore East deposit. This recent title acquisition increases VanadiumCorp’s landholding to a total of 135 mining claims covering 42.5 square kilometres or 17,195 acres. All of Vanadiumcorp’s mining claims at the Lac Dore vanadium project are 100 per cent owned, and free of any royalties or any other encumbrance. An updated project claim map will be available on the Vanadiumcorp website within the week.

This release was approved by Rejean Girard, PGeo. Mr. Girard is a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

 

 

 

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