Canamex Resources Corp.

Canamex Resources Corp.

February 07, 2012 10:30 ET

Canamex Adds Video Content to Website

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 7, 2012) - Canamex Resources Corp. (TSX VENTURE:CSQ)(PINKSHEETS:CNMXF)(FRANKFURT:CX6) reports that it has added video content to its corporate website The videos have been launched to provide viewers with an enhanced understanding of the Company's two gold exploration projects: Aranka North in Guyana, South America, and Bruner in Nevada.

Aranka North Gold Exploration Project

While conducting a survey of its Aranka North property in December of last year, Company CEO Greg Hahn recorded highlights of the trip. "Very few of us have been to Guyana, so we thought it would be helpful to provide a visual tour of the working environment," stated Hahn. "We wanted to obtain a real understanding of the logistics, so we traveled to Aranka North using surface transportation. As viewers will note, the rivers in Guyana are an integral part of the country's transportation system. River access will support the first three phases of this year's exploration program: enhanced stream sediment and pan concentrate sampling of the four large gold anomalies identified in our January 17, 2012 news release, which is presently ongoing; grid soil sampling of the central portions of the gold anomalies; and auger drilling of the gold-in-soil anomalies. By the time we are ready to commence diamond drilling, we will have upgraded the eight kilometre ATV trail from the Barama Road to the Company's central camp along the Waini River to a road capable of handling truck traffic. The Barama Road leads to a port facility on the Essequibo River capable of supporting our logistical needs."

Bruner Gold Exploration Project

The 3D visualization model of the historic resource area at the Bruner Project portrays the grade distribution in the historic drilling area where we inherited more than 40 holes drilled into the deposit. The model is very helpful in identifying trends in the deposit, places where there are insufficient data and where additional drill holes are needed within the deposit areas to connect zones of higher grade, and where there may be undrilled extensions to the deposits. This represents the first effort in bringing this historic resource area up to NI 43-101 reporting standards. "It is important to note that Canamex is the beneficiary of drilling done by other companies in the late 1980s and early 1990s, including Newmont Mining, Miramar Mining, Viceroy Gold, Kennecott, and Glamis Gold," continues Hahn. "This gives us a significant advantage as we move the project forward. The first phase of the 2011-2012 drilling program at Bruner is nearing completion, and we hope to have assay results available for release by the end of February."

"We thank you for your interest in and support of Canamex, and look forward to providing you with further updates in the near future," concludes Hahn.

Gregory A. Hahn, C.PG, Chairman and CEO of the Company, (CPG#7122), is the Qualified Person who has reviewed the content of this press release for compliance with NI 43-101 reporting requirements.


Gregory A. Hahn, Chairman and CEO

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