CanAsia Industries Corporation
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CanAsia Industries Corporation

July 02, 2008 03:01 ET

Canasia Industries Corporation: Samples Now at Lab for Analysis

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - July 2, 2008) - Canasia Industries Corporation ("Canasia") (TSX VENTURE:CAJ)(OTCBB:CANSF)(FRANKFURT:45C) wishes to announce that all samples on the Jumbo Prospect have now been submitted to Acme Analytical Laboratories Ltd. for analysis. The operator has notified Canasia that they expect to have results in approximately two weeks. Graeme Sewell, a director of Canasia stated, "We are pleased at the pace this prospect is moving along. This prospect holds potential for a new discovery and we hope to have additional information regarding this prospect back from the lab shortly. Management also anticipates receiving additional comfort letters from the Saskatchewan Government regarding additional coal staked in June as well as receiving complete final results from the VTEM shot over the Copper/Gold prospect at Reed Lake shortly."

The Jumbo property consists of three claims (approximately 630 hectares), which cover a north-striking shear zone that cuts an intrusive feldspar porphyry phase of the Nelson batholith. The shear zone hosts an epithermal mineralized zone, with a number of showings exposed along the access road. The mineralization was explored by past operators through three short adits, all of which are now collapsed and covered. Production from the Jumbo property between 1973 and 1983 totaled 53 tonnes, yielding 22,930 grams silver, 531 grams gold, 2,665 kilograms lead and 1,891 kilograms zinc.

Mineralization on the Jumbo property consists of silver-bearing galena, sphalerite, chalcopyrite and gold in the form of electrum associated with iron-carbonate and quartz in epithermal veins. In 1981, two truckloads mineralized material were shipped to the Trail smelter for testing. The first truck load assayed 0.368 ounce per ton gold, 6.25 ounces per ton silver and 3.8% lead. The second load assayed 0.412 ounce per ton gold, 7.1 ounces per ton silver and 4% lead.

The property is situated just east of the Enterprise mine and west of Timber Creek on the west side of Kokanee Glacier Park. The Enterprise mine (owned by others) has produced at least 12,274 tons, which averaged 95 ounces per ton silver, 16.5% lead and 21.9% zinc.

Readers should note that the information on historic work performed on the property disclosed on this release was completed prior to implementation of National Instrument 43-101, therefore, the results spoken of do not comply with modern reporting standards and should not be relied upon until such time as additional work is completed on the property.

Richard Walker, PGeo, the qualified person under National Instrument 43-101 for this project, has approved the technical content of this news release relating to the Jumbo project.

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Graeme Sewell, Director

Canasia Industries Corporation

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