Canadian Orebodies Inc. (TSX-VCORE, would like to highlight a recent article written by Pinnacle Digest on the developments in the Hemlo area. The following are excerpts from the full article, a link to which is provided at the bottom.
Something is Happening at Hemlo:
Two weeks ago Pinnacle Digest wrote about Canadas four most significant gold camps and how their historic discoveries came to be. The fourth camp we highlighted in that report was Hemlo, located in northwestern Ontario, near the town of Marathon. And although it is the youngest of the four majors, with the discovery hole coming in 1981, its three mines have extracted more than 22 million ounces of gold to date. For reasons we will soon get into, many geological experts agree Hemlo has been less explored than Canadas other three major gold camps, which include Timmins, Red Lake and Kirkland Lake.