BCM Resources Corporation
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BCM Resources Corporation

January 05, 2007 00:05 ET

BCM Resources Corporation; Shan Drill Results: 112.7 m of 0.107% Molybdenum

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - Jan. 5, 2007) - BCM Resources (TSX VENTURE:B) is pleased to report the complete assay results from the phase one drill program on the Las Margaritas prospect, in the company's Shan claim group located 20 km NE of Terrace, British Columbia. The 20-hole program drilled a total of 3,550 metres and tested an area 750 m east-west by 400 m north-south. Initial results were reported in the News Release of November 30, 2006.

All holes intersected molybdenum mineralization and the following table details the significant higher grade intercepts:



Table of Intercepts
Hole Grade % Mo Width (m) From To
LM007 0.107 122.8 29.2 141.9 including 36.6 m of 0.183%
LM001(i) 0.118 59.7 17.9 77.5 including 20.8 m of 0.189%
0.189 20.8 17.9 38.7
LM003(i) 0.096 22.2 43.1 65.3
0.088 11.2 80.8 92.0
LM002 0.076 28.0 19.5 47.5 including 12 m of 0.109%
0.074 20.2 66.8 87.0
LM014 0.076 28.3 1.5 29.7 including 2.5 m of 0.534%
0.107 29.2 47.3 76.4 including 5 m of 0.368%
LM020 0.075 25.8 5.2 51.0 including 11 m of 0.115%
LM004 0.069 18.0 71.5 89.5
LM010 0.066 21.3 104.0 125.3
LM021 0.234 6.5 7.8 14.3 including 2.3 m at 0.634%
0.070 14.0 60.0 74.0 including 2 m in 0.246%
0.061 16.0 102.0 118.0
LM006 0.069 19.1 163.3 182.4
(i) previously released


The bulk of the mineralized intersections are hosted in altered granodiorite. Significant mineralization also occurs within roof pendants and included slabs of intermediate volcanic rocks. Superimposed ESE and NNE steeply dipping structures appear to control some of the better grade intervals.

Seventeen of the twenty holes drilled tested a new zone of mineralization (Las Margaritas Zone) not explored by previous drilling. The remaining three holes (#8, #20 and #21) were located in the Camp Zone which received limited drilling in the 1960s.

The results of the Phase One program are highly encouraging. The newly recognized Las Margaritas Zone remains open in all directions. Compilation of historic data including underground work in the 1930s suggests that mineralization may extend for at least 500 metres to the north and to depths of 500 meters below the surface of the Las Margaritas zone.

Phase two drilling is anticipated to begin in the New Year and will include infill drilling, deeper drilling, and testing other potentially mineralized areas.

All assays reported in this release were carried out at Acme Analytical Laboratories in Vancouver, B.C.

A map showing drill hole locations is posted on the Company's website: www.bcmresources.com.

Qualified Person:

Lindsay Bottomer P.Geo., who is a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-01, has reviewed the technical content of this news release.

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