Globetech Ventures Corp.
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Globetech Ventures Corp.

March 29, 2006 09:30 ET

Globetech Ventures Corp.: Molybdenum and Gold on Gladys Lake Property

VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(CCNMatthews - March 29, 2006) - Further to the news release of December 9, 2005, Globetech (OTCBB:GTVCF) company geologist John Kowalchuk, P. Geol. reports that the Gladys Lake Property contains molybdenum and gold targets. Although Globetech has recently focused on the molybdenum potential at Gladys Lake, the company will also evaluate the potential of gold mineralization peripheral to the molybdenum bearing stock. Both gold and molybdenum are trading at new levels. Molybdenum was at a low of $2.20 pound in 1992 and peaked at June 30, 2005 to $37.22 per pound. Molybdenum presently trades in a range from $23.00 to $25.00 per pound. Gold has been increasing from $420 per ounce a year ago crossing the $500 per ounce threshold in December 2005 and presently trades in the plus $560.00 range per ounce.

The Gladys Lake molybdenite deposit lies about 2 to 3 kilometres south of the west end of Gladys Lake approximately 50 kilometres northeast of the town of Atlin, British Columbia. The deposit received extensive work by Amax Explorations Ltd. in 1970 and 1971 when geological and soil geochemical surveys, trenching and 726 metres of diamond drilling were completed.

In the same general area, some 28 kilometers from the Gladys Lake Property, Adanac Moly Corp. have recently announced the completion of a feasibility study on their Ruby Creek property capable of producing 68 million pounds of molybdenum over a 6-year period. The Ruby Creek property is located 22 kilometres northeast of Atlin.

Davenport, Lincoln and Consolation creeks draining the ridge hosting the molybdenum mineralization are all staked for placer gold. Minfile reports for these placer deposits that only small amounts of gold were recovered however much of the gold was reported as coarse gold. In fact, the original lode claims (Lett 1 to 6) staked by the prospector were to cover suspected gold mineralization. In 1990, Waratah Investment Corporation recovered anomalous gold in soil samples peripheral to the molybdenite bearing stock. A total of ten soil samples ranging from 26 ppb gold to 1,010 ppb gold were taken from two lines north and south of the molybdenum mineralization.

The property is underlain by a sequence of sediments of the Late Paleozoic Cache Creek Group. These rocks are intruded by small bodies of Late Mesozoic alaskite. The alaskite consists of a ring-dyke complex exposed at higher elevations and a large stock-like body at depth. Roughly centered about the alaskite is a quartz vein stockwork zone lying within a larger zone of weakly to intensely altered rocks. The wallrock alteration zone is characterized by pervasive weak to intense degrees of bleaching and silicification with attendant development of sericite occurring along fractures and disseminated along margins of quartz veins.

Quartz veining occurs widespread throughout the alteration zone with sedimentary rocks and alaskite. Veins commonly range from 1/8 in to 3/4 in wide and are relatively continuous and sharp walled. The quartz vein stockwork zone is roughly centered about the alaskite ring dyke complex. Sulphide minerals recognized on the property include pyrite, molybdenite, chalcopyrite and pyrrhotite. Very minor amounts of scheelite and wolframite have been observed.

The geochemistry survey completed by AMAX in 1970 produced an anomalous target 1200 m (4000 feet) by 800 m (2700 feet). This soil geochemical anomaly outlines the trace of the main molybdenum mineralization in the quartz stockwork zone.


Casey Forward, President

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