MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd.
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MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd.

August 25, 2010 08:00 ET

MacDonald Mines Exploration Update, Including Assays, from Summer Program on its VMS and Nickel Targets in James Bay Lowlands

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(Marketwire - Aug. 25, 2010) - MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd. (TSX VENTURE:BMK) ("MacDonald" or the "Company") is pleased to provide assays from its summer exploration program, which provided higher grades and greater widths of both copper and zinc than intersected in previous drilling. In addition, a comprehensive update outlining exploration activities on the Butler Property, formerly known as the McNugget Property, is provided below. The Butler Property is located within the southern portion of the emerging "Ring of Fire" area exploration play in the James Bay Lowlands region of Northern Ontario.

Summer Exploration Program

The summer exploration program utilized both bore hole and ground geophysics, combined with a continually developing geochemistry database to direct the drilling. Based on this exploration data it would appear that there are 3-4 separate sources for the mineralization intersected within the Butler Property. The combined efforts of the technical and field personnel in conjunction with the aforementioned geological, geochemical and geophysical tools being employed are assisting MacDonald as it strives to vector-in on these sources.

The grade of mineralization intersected in the summer drill program is higher for both copper and zinc and the widths are also greater than those intersected in drilling completed in 2004, 2006, 2008 and earlier in 2010. Based on alteration mineralogy, geochemical vector analysis and 3-D geophysical modeling, it appears that the higher tenor of VMS mineralization from the latest drill results is still peripheral to the source.

The data obtained from the recently completed summer exploration on Butler 3 (refer to the Company's June 22, 2010 and July 6, 2010 news releases at www.macdonaldmines.com), which utilized these new protocols, highlights a fold-nose structure in Butler 3 target area that is considered to host the most prospective VMS mineralization on the Butler Property (as outlined below in this press release).

Exploration Overview

An overview of MacDonald's exploration activities to date is currently being completed by Robin Chisholm, P.Geol. of Taiga Consultants Ltd. The overview will be a collaboration with all MacDonald's consulting geologists and geophysicists including incorporation of their comments and reports. Initial analysis indicates that the primary conductors of interest on a number of targets have not been intercepted and remain open.

The VMS geological and geochemical interpretation on the Butler Property (primarily Butler 3) being conducted by Robin Chisholm and Craig Scherba has certainly benefited due to their role and participation as part of the exploration team responsible for the discovery of the Bisha VMS and gold deposit in Eritrea, one of the world's largest VMS deposits.

Latest Drilling Verifies Four Target Zones Containing Massive Sulphides

The latest diamond drill program was comprised of 19 drill holes totaling 4,033 metres and tested a series of Airborne Electro-Magnetic (AEM) conductors. The AEM conductors were then subsequently either re-interpreted or were re-surveyed using detailed ground based Crone Surface Time-Domain and Borehole Pulse EM systems. Drilling investigated a series of four target areas within the highly prospective Butler Volcanic-associated Massive Sulphide (VMS) mineral camp as well as one area, the "Butler 5" zone for Ni-Cu-PGE located on the east side of the property.

The main focus of the recent drill program was to explore in the vicinity of previous positive VMS drill results using down-hole EM surveys in historical diamond drill holes to identify conductors adjacent to or at greater depths than those sampled by the airborne EM survey.

The results were encouraging because off-hole Pulse EM anomalies were identified in a number of holes and the anomalies were tested by drilling resulting in intersections of semi-massive to massive sulphide being returned on Butler 1, Butler, 2, Butler 3 and Butler 4 target areas within the north limb and west limb of the Butler Mineral camp. Four holes drilled within the Butler 5 area of the south east limb did not return significant results. Please refer to the map on our website showing the 5 Principal Base Metal Occurrence Areas on Butler.

(http://www.macdonaldmines.com/images/stories/pdf/mcnugget_vms_areas.pdf)

Butler 3 - VMS Target

Holes MN10-126 and MN10-131 (from completed summer program) were drilled on the Butler 3 "fold-nose" area located immediately south of the Butler Camp. The target is located west of the north limb where the favourable horizon rotates from an E-W strike to an N-S strike direction.

Current drilling was completed immediately west of nine previously completed drill holes. The current drilling targeted off-hole anomalies interpreted from the down-hole Crone Pulse EM survey, completed in drill-hole MN06-19. Target selection was also guided by a limited Crone surface survey.

MN10-126 (from completed summer program) averaged >0.6% Cu over 26.71m included two high grade zones of >3% Cu over 2m and a second zone of 3m grading >1% Cu. Zn values over the 26 metre interval were 0.35%.

Hole ID From To Interval (m) Cu ppm Zn ppm
MN10-126 26.00 27.00 1.00 120 149
MN10-126 27.00 28.00 1.00 248 1510
MN10-126 28.00 29.00 1.00 254 1220
           
MN10-126 36.69 37.80 1.11 55 664
           
MN10-126 138.43 139.43 1.00 <1 157
MN10-126 139.43 140.43 1.00 24 121
MN10-126 140.43 141.43 1.00 28 77
MN10-126 141.43 142.43 1.00 1 108
MN10-126 142.43 143.43 1.00 125 5200
MN10-126 143.43 144.43 1.00 111 4880
           
MN10-126 203.85 204.85 1.00 1250 5790
MN10-126 204.85 206.26 1.41 10700 8810
MN10-126 206.26 207.26 1.00 23700 6580
MN10-126 207.26 208.26 1.00 36700 9210
MN10-126 208.26 209.26 1.00 5550 4330
MN10-126 209.26 210.30 1.04 7300 1060
MN10-126 210.30 211.32 1.02 5590 2530
MN10-126 211.32 212.32 1.00 1530 882
MN10-126 212.32 213.32 1.00 2320 2700
MN10-126 213.32 214.50 1.18 4810 11400
MN10-126 214.50 215.50 1.00 1780 6700
MN10-126 215.50 216.50 1.00 1710 4390
MN10-126 216.50 217.60 1.10 6820 6380
MN10-126 217.60 218.60 1.00 2240 423
MN10-126 218.60 219.60 1.00 127 249
MN10-126 219.60 221.32 1.72 1710 1070
MN10-126 221.32 222.67 1.35 9550 6160
MN10-126 222.67 223.70 1.03 10100 2970
MN10-126 223.70 224.70 1.00 10200 873
MN10-126 224.70 225.70 1.00 7090 4040
MN10-126 225.70 226.90 1.20 3230 2720
MN10-126 226.90 228.20 1.30 2420 3270
MN10-126 228.20 229.56 1.36 3670 764
MN10-126 229.56 230.56 1.00 933 200

MN10-131 averaged over the last 19.93 metres >2.0% Zn and 0.31% Cu. This includes a zone of >5% Zn over 7m (from completed summer program).

Hole ID From To Interval (m) Cu ppm Zn ppm
MN10-131 45.79 46.82 1.03 63 408
           
MN10-131 48.79 49.85 1.06 324 1260
MN10-131 49.85 50.85 1.00 41 313
MN10-131 50.85 51.84 0.99 157 1490
           
MN10-131 75.04 76.04 1.00 1090 554
MN10-131 76.04 77.04 1.00 1470 584
MN10-131 77.04 78.04 1.00 1310 798
           
MN10-131 177.23 177.90 0.67 34 119
MN10-131 177.90 178.90 1.00 32 377
MN10-131 178.90 179.90 1.00 16 237
MN10-131 179.90 180.90 1.00 17 9880
MN10-131 180.90 182.25 1.35 143 23000
MN10-131 182.25 183.32 1.07 369 1830
MN10-131 186.75 187.75 1.00 23 252
MN10-131 187.75 189.00 1.25 274 3760
MN10-131 189.00 190.00 1.00 121 221
MN10-131 190.00 191.45 1.45 238 599
MN10-131 191.45 192.60 1.15 458 13100
MN10-131 192.60 193.60 1.00 251 1770
           
MN10-131 206.20 207.20 1.00 222 267
MN10-131 207.20 208.20 1.00 835 1990
MN10-131 208.20 209.20 1.00 3890 16700
MN10-131 209.20 210.20 1.00 975 87100
MN10-131 210.20 211.20 1.00 1750 62600
MN10-131 211.20 212.20 1.00 3420 87600
MN10-131 212.20 213.20 1.00 7100 26900
MN10-131 213.20 214.20 1.00 5230 61500
MN10-131 214.20 215.20 1.00 9740 24700
MN10-131 215.20 216.20 1.00 4640 1070
MN10-131 216.20 217.20 1.00 1240 1310
MN10-131 217.20 218.20 1.00 726 6190
MN10-131 218.20 219.13 0.93 966 572
MN10-131 219.13 220.13 1.00 667 788
MN10-131 220.13 221.13 1.00 1070 1490
MN10-131 221.13 222.13 1.00 1680 1710
MN10-131 222.13 223.13 1.00 5360 2500
MN10-131 223.13 224.13 1.00 2420 5680
MN10-131 224.13 225.13 1.00 3690 7170
MN10-131 225.13 226.13 1.00 3410 1970
MN10-131 226.13 227.13 1.00 3840 5670
MN10-131 227.13 228.13 1.00 650 211

The mineralization recently intersected consisting of semi-massive sulphide is believed to represent the type of copper stringer zone characteristically seen underlying the base of a VMS deposit. The company is encouraged by this result because it points to the presence of a well developed VMS system proximal to holes 126 & 131 within the property. The company also believes that additional down-hole geophysics and 3D geological and geochemical modeling is merited and that work of this type will likely yield additional targets to test within this zone.

The recent drill results have further reinforced and validated earlier conclusions in regards to similarity of the geologic setting between the Butler 3 and the Mattagami minerals camps. This conclusion is based on the limited number of drill holes completed on this target and so the geologic picture is likely to be modified as more information is collected.

Butler 4 - VMS Target

A total of five drill holes were completed on the Butler 4 target area located six kilometers south of the Butler Camp. The Butler 4 area is characterized as an AEM conductor roughly one kilometer long separated into two sub-areas of highest conductivity. The AEM data was reinterpreted and new targets were selected in this target area. A total of five drill holes were completed on this target, two of which were drilled in the northern sub-zone and three in the south sub-zone. Significant but low grade mineralization was intersected in the northern sub-zone in MN10-116 and MN10-123. MN10-116 includes a 3.19m zone of >3% Cu. MN10-123 includes a 2.6m one with >1.3% Cu (from completed summer program).

Hole ID From To Interval (m) Cu ppm Zn ppm
MN10-116 41.48 42.07 0.59 38 87
MN10-116 42.07 43.00 0.93 1710 1300
MN10-116 43.00 43.81 0.81 2160 1430
MN10-116 43.81 44.81 1.00 2310 5970
MN10-116 44.81 45.81 1.00 1900 1150
MN10-116 45.81 46.81 1.00 3970 8420
MN10-116 46.81 47.81 1.00 26500 6140
MN10-116 47.81 48.81 1.00 22700 44000
MN10-116 48.81 50.00 1.19 15600 42500
MN10-116 50.00 50.43 0.43 831 2890
MN10-116 50.43 51.43 1.00 3260 17500
MN10-116 51.43 52.43 1.00 205 581
MN10-116 52.43 53.43 1.00 68 192
MN10-116 53.43 54.43 1.00 545 380
MN10-116 54.43 55.43 1.00 155 223
MN10-116 55.43 56.43 1.00 206 249
MN10-116 56.43 57.43 1.00 22 164
MN10-116 57.43 58.43 1.00 41 353
MN10-116 58.43 59.35 0.92 38 164
MN10-116 59.35 60.35 1.00 161 186
MN10-116 60.35 61.20 0.85 282 453
MN10-116 61.20 62.00 0.80 31 137
MN10-116 62.00 63.00 1.00 103 544
           
MN10-123 16.30 17.30 1.00 6910 80
MN10-123 17.30 18.30 1.00 1100 80
MN10-123 18.30 19.30 1.00 2880 121
MN10-123 19.30 20.30 1.00 256 88
MN10-123 21.36 22.36 1.00 7700 236
MN10-123 22.36 23.36 1.00 2060 54
MN10-123 23.36 24.38 1.02 1630 99
MN10-123 24.38 25.00 0.62 1020 79
MN10-123 25.00 25.82 0.82 2610 390
MN10-123 25.82 26.82 1.00 4040 1070
MN10-123 26.82 27.82 1.00 1780 277
MN10-123 114.53 115.12 0.59 1140 381
MN10-123 115.12 116.17 1.05 9290 1480
MN10-123 116.17 117.17 1.00 9520 1150
MN10-123 117.17 118.17 1.00 3860 1970
MN10-123 118.17 119.17 1.00 2570 1040
MN10-123 119.17 120.17 1.00 1470 4580
MN10-123 120.17 121.17 1.00 2230 3430
MN10-123 121.17 122.20 1.03 2240 7000
MN10-123 122.20 123.30 1.10 14200 24700
MN10-123 123.30 124.30 1.00 6330 2160
MN10-123 124.30 124.80 0.50 14100 2560
MN10-123 124.80 125.80 1.00 200 251
MN10-123 125.80 126.30 0.50 85 144

In general the results indicate that the sulphide bearing horizon thought to be a continuation of that seen in the Fold Nose is also mineralized in copper and zinc within the Butler 4 Limb. The results are sufficiently encouraging that the target merits additional ground and bore-hole geophysics and 3D geologic modeling.

Butler 2 - VMS Target

A total of four drill holes were completed on the Butler 2 target area located two kilometres east of Butler Camp. The Butler 2 Target is an area of high AEM conductivity roughly 1.2 kilometres long. The data was reinterpreted and a new target identified in the western portion of the target area. Significant results were returned from drill holes MN10-115,124,129 over a strike length of 200 metres.

MN10-129 includes a 3.52m zone of >3.5% Zn and >0.21% Cu (from completed summer program).

Hole ID From To Interval (m) Cu ppm Zn ppm
MN10-115 72.05 73.50 1.45 184 450
MN10-115 121.71 122.71 1.00 1260 22100
MN10-115 122.71 123.71 1.00 3410 7640
MN10-115 123.71 124.71 1.00 2340 4800
           
MN10-124 16.44 17.44 1.00 71 227
MN10-124 97.50 98.50 1.00 2920 7240
MN10-124 98.50 99.50 1.00 3350 2280
MN10-124 99.50 100.50 1.00 989 299
           
MN10-129 67.37 68.50 1.13 41 212
MN10-129 71.00 72.22 1.22 224 245
MN10-129 72.22 73.22 1.00 3300 56700
MN10-129 73.22 74.52 1.30 3030 15000
MN10-129 74.52 75.80 1.28 1990 130
MN10-129 75.80 76.80 1.00 4470 162
MN10-129 76.80 77.80 1.00 50 71
MN10-129 102.50 103.50 1.00 447 128

Butler 1 - VMS Target

The Butler 1 target area located three kilometres east of Butler Camp on the North-east corner of the property forms an area of high AEM conductivity roughly 1.6 kilometers long. The Target is made up of two sub-zones of highest conductivity within the E-W oriented limb. The target was tested by three drill holes with one completed in the west sub-zone and two in the east sub-zone. An exploratory diamond drill hole MN10-118 was drilled to a depth of 310m in the easternmost portion of the target area. Chalcopyrite and sphalerite mineralization were identified within disseminated, semi massive and massive sulphides consisting dominantly of pyrite-pyrrhotite over an interval of 62m (from completed summer program).

Hole ID From To Interval (m) Cu ppm Zn ppm
MN10-118 176.78 177.78 1.00 190 76
MN10-118 177.78 178.78 1.00 192 63
MN10-118 178.78 179.78 1.00 186 57
MN10-118 179.78 180.78 1.00 281 60
MN10-118 180.78 181.78 1.00 66 51
MN10-118 181.78 182.78 1.00 41 45
MN10-118 182.78 183.78 1.00 4 42
MN10-118 183.78 184.78 1.00 197 121
MN10-118 184.78 185.78 1.00 4 29
MN10-118 185.78 186.78 1.00 30 43
MN10-118 186.78 187.78 1.00 124 59
MN10-118 187.78 188.78 1.00 63 75
MN10-118 188.78 190.00 1.22 42 65
MN10-118 190.00 191.00 1.00 113 99
MN10-118 190.00 191.00 1.00 127 102
MN10-118 191.00 192.00 1.00 589 107
MN10-118 192.00 193.00 1.00 209 127
MN10-118 193.00 194.00 1.00 59 52
MN10-118 194.00 195.00 1.00 5 72
MN10-118 195.00 196.00 1.00 12 72
MN10-118 196.00 197.00 1.00 5 39
MN10-118 197.00 198.00 1.00 42 54
MN10-118 198.00 199.00 1.00 178 45
MN10-118 199.00 200.00 1.00 38 79
MN10-118 200.00 201.00 1.00 20 45
MN10-118 201.00 202.00 1.00 14 43
MN10-118 202.00 203.00 1.00 383 50
MN10-118 203.00 203.90 0.90 463 52
MN10-118 203.90 204.90 1.00 713 176
MN10-118 204.90 205.90 1.00 13200 4890
MN10-118 205.90 206.90 1.00 2980 265
MN10-118 206.90 207.90 1.00 1410 5830
MN10-118 207.90 208.90 1.00 962 84
MN10-118 208.90 209.90 1.00 7060 90
MN10-118 209.90 210.90 1.00 4420 185
MN10-118 210.90 211.90 1.00 10200 478
MN10-118 211.90 212.90 1.00 2990 261
MN10-118 212.90 213.50 0.60 1730 154
MN10-118 213.50 214.50 1.00 1390 188
MN10-118 214.50 215.50 1.00 186 314
MN10-118 215.50 216.50 1.00 8990 372
MN10-118 216.50 217.50 1.00 3510 213
MN10-118 217.50 218.50 1.00 3130 210
MN10-118 218.50 219.50 1.00 2340 267
MN10-118 219.50 220.50 1.00 984 250
MN10-118 220.50 221.50 1.00 1120 120
MN10-118 221.50 222.50 1.00 4220 334
MN10-118 222.50 223.50 1.00 8600 414
MN10-118 223.50 224.50 1.00 7830 387
MN10-118 224.50 225.50 1.00 670 253
MN10-118 225.50 226.60 1.10 28 319
MN10-118 226.60 227.50 0.90 125 293
MN10-118 227.50 228.50 1.00 207 203
MN10-118 228.50 229.50 1.00 936 278
MN10-118 229.50 230.50 1.00 173 459
MN10-118 230.50 231.50 1.00 5480 13300
MN10-118 231.50 232.50 1.00 2410 9430
MN10-118 232.50 233.50 1.00 1100 475
MN10-118 233.50 234.50 1.00 53 714
MN10-118 234.50 235.50 1.00 3730 4600
MN10-118 235.50 236.50 1.00 3630 15800
MN10-118 236.50 237.50 1.00 172 476
MN10-118 237.50 238.50 1.00 12600 473
MN10-118 238.50 239.50 1.00 344 340
MN10-118 239.50 240.50 1.00 1290 212
MN10-118 240.50 241.50 1.00 1940 857
MN10-118 241.50 242.50 1.00 2860 17800
MN10-118 242.50 243.50 1.00 242 330
MN10-118 243.50 244.50 1.00 298 226
MN10-118 244.50 245.50 1.00 260 2530
MN10-118 245.50 246.50 1.00 400 487
MN10-118 246.50 247.50 1.00 181 271
MN10-118 247.50 248.50 1.00 1290 237
MN10-118 248.50 249.50 1.00 627 21500
MN10-118 249.50 250.50 1.00 620 11400
MN10-118 250.50 251.50 1.00 723 436
MN10-118 251.50 252.50 1.00 353 601
MN10-118 252.50 253.50 1.00 534 565
MN10-118 253.50 254.50 1.00 101 204
MN10-118 254.50 255.50 1.00 132 107
MN10-118 255.50 256.50 1.00 481 645
MN10-118 256.50 257.50 1.00 142 239
MN10-118 257.50 258.50 1.00 432 168
MN10-118 258.50 259.50 1.00 559 266
MN10-118 259.50 260.50 1.00 398 233
MN10-118 260.50 261.50 1.00 25 172
MN10-118 261.50 262.50 1.00 330 164

The geologic sequence is identified by field personnel to be composed of a bimodal felsic and mafic sequence of siliciclastics and volcanic rocks.

Management feels that the target area merits additional ground and borehole geophysical surveys as well as 3D geologic modeling to identify possible extensions to the mineralization seen in MN10-118.

Butler 5 - Nickel Target

The Butler 5 Zone target area is located approximately seven kilometers southeast of the Butler Camp and consists of a series of scattered AEM highs within a two by three kilometer squared area on the east side of the property. Previous drilling in hole MN07-39 intersected disseminated and veinlet Ni-Cu sulphides examination a target on which Dr T. Barrie recommended additional exploration work. A Crone ground survey was completed over a small area around the original "39" discovery drill-hole. A total of four diamond drill holes tested conductors within this area. MN10-122 returned >0.5% Ni over 1m however no significant mineralization was intersected in these boreholes.

Interpretation of the down hole geophysics indicates that the conductors of interest have NOT been intercepted. Further exploration work is planned for the Butler 5 Zone.

A complete list of all assays along with a map of all DDH locations completed on the Butler Property is available on MacDonald Mines website at www.macdonaldmines.com.

Complete list of assays link:

(http://www.macdonaldmines.com/images/stories/pdf/2010_spring_summer_assays.pdf)

DDH locations link:

(http://www.macdonaldmines.com/images/stories/properties/mcnugget_spring_summer_ddh_2010.pdf)

On-site Quality Assurance/Quality Control Measures

All diamond drill (half core) samples were collected and sealed on site and shipped under chain of custody supervision to the ACTLABS sample preparation laboratory in Thunder Bay, Ontario. Analyses are performed by ACTLABS laboratories (ISO/IEC 17025 certified) either in Ancaster or Thunder Bay, Ontario. All core samples were selected by the MacDonald Mines qualified site geologist, and were cut in half on site by diamond saw. For security, the remaining half core was then resealed in the original core boxes. Individual half core samples were labeled, placed in plastic sample bags and sealed. Groups of samples were placed into sealed and durable rice bags then shipped out by air transport. Remaining coarse reject portions of all samples remain in storage at the ACTLABS preparation laboratory storage facility at Thunder Bay.

Independent Quality Assurance and Quality Control Protocol

A QA/QC program has been implemented to monitor all assays from the current drilling program. Samples are assembled as batches and are continuously shipped from the site for immediate testing. Included in each batch of samples are certified reference standards (every 20 samples) and blank samples comprised of sterile drill core placed in at random locations (every 20-30 samples).

Quentin Yarie, P.Geo, Vice President of Exploration is the qualified person for the technical data contained within this report. MacDonald Mines has been assisted by the following consultants; Hadyn Butler, P.Geo, Dr. Larry Hulbert, P. Geo, and Dr, Tucker Barrie, P.Geo. Both Robin Chisholm P.Geo, and Craig Scherba, P.Geo. are part of MacDonald Mines operational exploration program.

About MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd.

MacDonald Mines is a mineral exploration company with an established exploration history in the Canadian Northlands. MacDonald Mines has set upon a strategic direction of exploration with particular focus on nickel, chrome, copper and zinc in the "Ring of Fire" area of the James Bay Lowlands of Northern Ontario.

As detailed in the Company's recent press releases, MacDonald Mines has several significant mineral opportunities across multiple properties in the James Bay Lowlands.

On its Butler Property, new volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) mineralization of substance has been discovered. Four VMS mineralized greenstone fold limbs, all of which have now yielded VMS mineralization over a potential cumulative strike length of approximately 20 kilometres, have been identified and the Butler Property has the potential to host a new VMS camp with characteristics similar to those seen at Matagami or Noranda in Quebec.

MacDonald's highly prospective Hulbert-Salo Property contains very conductive and discrete targets within a layered magnetic structure, which is typical of magmatic massive sulphides containing nickel. The Hulbert-Salo appears to have the potential to host a Voisey's Bay-type nickel deposit.

The Company's Big Mac Property exhibits high-priority nickel and copper targets with geological and geophysical signatures similar to the significant chrome discoveries of Freewest and KWG-Spider.

More detailed information about the Company is available on the website at www.macdonaldmines.com.

Cautionary Statement:

The foregoing information may contain forward-looking statements relating to the future performance of MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd. Forward-looking statements, specifically those concerning future performance, are subject to certain risks and uncertainties, and actual results may differ materially from MacDonald Mines plans and expectations. These plans, expectations, risks and uncertainties are detailed herein and from time to time in the filings made by MacDonald Mines with the TSX Venture Exchange and securities regulators. MacDonald Mines does not assume any obligation to update or revise its forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise.

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. No stock exchange, securities commission or other regulatory authority has approved or disapproved the information contained herein.

Contact Information

  • MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd.
    Brent Nykoliation
    Vice President, Business Development
    (800) 818-5442 or (416) 364-4986
    (416) 364-2753 (FAX)
    or
    MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd.
    Quentin Yarie, P.Geo
    Vice President, Exploration
    (800) 818-5442 or (416) 364-4986
    (416) 364-2753 (FAX)
    or
    MacDonald Mines Exploration Ltd.
    Kirk McKinnon
    President & CEO
    (800) 818-5442 or (416) 364-4986
    (416) 364-2753 (FAX)
    info@macdonaldmines.com
    www.macdonaldmines.com