November 26, 2007
Brigadier Gold Corp - Press
Brigadier Gold Announces Drill Results From Larder Lake Project
Follow up to first quarter 2007
drilling that intersected up to 5.31 g/t gold in Albert Kokotow Zone
TORONTO, ONTARIO-(Nov. 26,
2007) - Brigadier Gold Limited ("Brigadier" or the
"Company") (TSX VENTURE:BRG) today announced results from a 2,021.5 -metre drill program at its
Larder Lake Project, located approximately five kilometres south of the
Town of Larder Lake in Ontario's prolific Kirkland Lake-Larder Lake gold
camp. Of the 13 holes drilled during this program in the Albert Kokotow and
McCrea Zones, 10 holes intersected gold mineralization, grading up to as
much as 3.440 g/t in the McCrea Zone.
This drilling was designed to vertically and laterally extend intersections
in holes B-07-04 and B-07-05 drilled in the first quarter of this year. Hole
B-07-04 intersected 5.31 g/t gold over 2.35 metres from 31.35 metres to
33.7 metres, and hole B-07-05 cut 2.79 g/t gold over 8.3 metres from 82.5
metres to 90..8 metres, including 5.11 g/t over 1.5 metres. In total, the
Company drilled 19 holes totalling 2,886.6 metres during 2007.
"With the drilling and surface work in 2007 we have considerably
enhanced our understanding of gold mineralization on the Larder Lake
project," said President and CEO Herb Kokotow. "Our goal in 2008
is to continue to drill both Albert Kokotow and McCrea with the intent to
expand the length and depth of mineralization of the alteration zones and,
conditions permitting, to explore the M-Island Zone to the north where
grades up to 18.9 g/t gold have been intersected."
Albert Kokotow Zone
A total of 16 holes were drilled into the Albert Kokotow Zone during 2007. Significant
Historic Drill intersections in Albert Kokotow Zone (1995 and 2002)
The gold occurrences in both the Albert Kokotow and McCrea Zones are
associated with red alteration zones believed to be related to syenite
intrusion and hematization. The lengths of the intersections are impressive
although at this time true widths are uncertain. A general northeasterly
trend to the mineralization has been established over a length of over 250
metres. Ankerite (iron carbonate) and accretionary pyrite is
observable in the mineralized zones.
The McCrea Zone lies 1,600 metres north of the Albert Kokotow Zone and was
tested by three holes as part of the current program, all of which
intersected gold mineralization. Significant results are:
The McCrea zone has been traced by trenching along a length of 300 metres.
These holes tested it over a length of 43 metres. There appears to be
continuity between the intersections which are at approximately 30 metres
vertical depth. True widths are estimated to be about 70% of those reported
in the above table.
The Company is in the process of establishing its 2008 winter drill program
which will test the Albert Kokotow and McCrea Zones and, if ice conditions
permit, to also drill the M-Island occurrence where visible gold has been
observed. Deeper drilling of Albert Kokotow drilling from the ice of Larder
Lake and drilling east to west is under consideration. Most of the drilling
so far in Albert Kokotow Zone has been west to east because of
topographical restraints but it is believed that drilling towards the west
may be preferable for the next phase of drilling.
Exploration of the Larder Lake Project is supervised by L.G. Hobbs, P.Eng.,
Brigadier Gold's Project Geologist and a qualified person under National
Instrument 43-101. Mr. Hobbs has reviewed and approved the contents of this
This press release includes certain "Forward-Looking
Statements." All statements, other than statements of historical fact,
included herein, including without limitation, statements regarding
potential mineralization and reserves, exploration results and future plans
and objectives of Brigadier, are forward-looking statements that involve
various risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such
statements will prove to be accurate and actual results and future events
could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements.
Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from
Brigadier's expectations are disclosed under the heading "Risk
Factors" and elsewhere in Brigadier's documents filed from
time-to-time with regulatory authorities.
The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed, and does not accept
responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
For more information, please contact
Brigadier Gold Limited
President & CEO
(905) 707-1520 (FAX)
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