Cascadia International Resources Inc.

Cascadia International Resources Inc.

November 22, 2007 16:39 ET

Cascadia Commences Drilling at Goat Mountain

CALGARY, ALBERTA--(Marketwire - Nov. 22, 2007) -


Cascadia International Resources Inc. ("Cascadia" or the "Company") (TSX VENTURE:CJ) is pleased to report that drilling has commenced on its 100% owned Goat Mountain Molybdenum-Tungsten property in southern British Columbia. The drill program will test 700m long zone of skarn alteration outlined by geological mapping and a detailed ground survey. The 1,500 meter drill program will be completed before Christmas with assays expected in the New Year.

The company is also please to report that it has recently staked approximately 10,000 acres in the Awkward Lake area approximately 175 kms north of Thunder Bay. The area is prospective for Ni-Cu-PGE base metals and exploration on the property is in the planning stages.

The AeroTEM airborne geophysical survey over the Baker Lake Mum property was completed in late October. After reviewing the results of the survey, the Company has decided to return the property to its vendors.

Cascadia is currently reviewing the notice from Gravity West regarding cancellation of the commodity swap agreement between the parties in the Thunder Bay area.

Data gathered at the Norton project located 400 kms northeast of Thunder Bay during the summer exploration program is currently being analyzed so as to plan the drill program.

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Contact Information

  • Cascadia International Resources Inc.
    James G. Evaskevich
    (403) 262-9177