March 16, 2007 09:31 ET

eResearch Issues Initiating Report on Metco Resources Inc.

TORONTO, ONTARIO--(CCNMatthews - March 16, 2007) - eResearch analysts, Nigel Heath, BBM, CFA, and Bob Weir, B.Sc., B.Comm., CFA, have written an Initiating Report on Metco Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:MKO). Metco Resources is a Quebec-based junior precious and base metals exploration and development company.

In the Report, the Analysts state that, "Metco has a well diversified portfolio of 15 properties in the Province of Quebec, split among five well-known mining "camps", ... Several of the properties hold promising mineral resources with high potential for discovery of base metals and gold-silver precious metals."

The Analysts go on to say, "Metco is working with strong joint venture partners: SOQUEM, IAMGOLD Corporation, and Breakwater Resources, and is negotiating further exploration activities with other parties."

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Metco Resources Inc. paid eResearch a fee of C$18,500 + GST to conduct research on the Company, on an Annual Continuous Coverage basis.

Contact Information

  • Metco Resources Inc.
    Florent Gauthier, P.Eng., President & Chairman
    Direct Line: (514) 875-6279
    Company Telephone: (514) 875-9820
    (514) 954-9673 (FAX)
    Email: or Website:
    Bob Weir, CFA, Director of Research
    (416) 643-7643
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