VANCOUVER, British Columbia: Bell Copper Corporation ("Bell Copper" or the "Company") (TSXV: BCU) is pleased to announce that it has initiated a comprehensive 3681 line-kilometer geophysical survey of its Granduc Mine property located near Stewart, B.C. This new airborne EM survey will be conducted by Ontario-based Aeroquest Limited using that company's advanced AeroTEM 3 system. The helicopter-borne survey will use tighter line spacing than previous surveys for improved resolution of conductive and magnetic targets and it will take advantage of the AeroTEM 3's improved depth of penetration. The survey will cover the entirety of Bell's property in the district, including Crown Claims on the Granduc Mine site, the surrounding Silver Leduc claims recently acquired from Teuton Resources, and the northerly Pearson claims covering Eskay Mine type sediments. Results from the survey are expected early next year, and they are expected to produce drill targets to complement upcoming Granduc delineation and exploration drilling.Dr. Timothy M. Marsh, PhD, P.E., and the Company's VP Exploration, a Qualified Person in the sense of NI43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical content of this press release.About Bell CopperBell Copper is focused on the exploration and development of copper assets in the Americas through internal efforts and via strategic partnerships.More information on Bell Copper: www.bellcopper.netOn behalf of the Board of Directors of Bell Copper Corporation"Brian Leeners"Brian Leeners, CFO & DirectorFor further information please contact the Company Tel: 604 669-1484 or email: email@example.comNEITHER TSX VENTURE EXCHANGE NOR ITS REGULATION SERVICES PROVIDER (AS THAT TERM IS DEFINED IN THE POLICIES OF THE TSX VENTURE EXCHANGE) ACCEPTS RESPONSIBILITY FOR THE ADEQUACY OR ACCURACY OF THIS RELEASE.
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