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Project Status

To date, exploration efforts have included a fixed-wing airborne magnetic survey, lake sediment and soil sampling, ground gravity and electro-magnetic surveys, and drilling.

These activities have revealed the following:

A large magnetic anomaly revealed to be 1 km in diameter disrupted the major geological structures. This contour overlaps a portion of the gravity low, an anomaly that extends beyond the inner contour of the EM anomaly.  The strong central portion of the gravity low is 980 m x 640 m in area.

Lake sediment samples bear a kimberlite signature.

A trail of anomalous kimberlitic indicator minerals extends from the lakeshore along the direction of ice movement during the last ice age.

Evidence from these activities as well as an analysis of the drill core (in 2004, 2005 programs) suggests Fishback has the potential to host a cluster of kimberlite events.

More drilling and a budget of approximately $550,000 will be required to test the potential for a world class diamond deposit.  The Company will pursue financing and/or joint ventures to further this project

For detailed information about the Fishback claim areas, including maps, charts, and illustrations of exploration activities and results from the "Big Hole" in Awry Lake, please go to PRESENTATIONS (under SPECIAL section) - an award winning PowerPoint presentation made by GGL CEO Ray Hrkac and three GGL consultants to a 2005 symposium of the IGES in Perth, Australia. 

For more detailed information on Exploration efforts at Fishback, please read GGL’s Financial Reports, Management Discussion and Analysis, for the quarter ended Feb. 28, 2007.

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