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Duluth Metals Announces 34.5 feet at 2.82% CuEq from Twin Metals New Drilling Results
Published : June 09, 2011
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TORONTO, June 9, 2011 /CNW/ - Duluth Metals Limited ("Duluth Metals") (TSX: DM) (TSX: DM.U) is pleased to announce assay results for 15 holes drilled on the Nokomis Deposit, one of four qualified resources on the Twin Metals Project in northeastern Minnesota. Drilling results continue as expected, with highlights showing higher grade assays from the Eastern, Central and Western Area higher grade zones, as well as two above average holes (Mex-208, 209) approximately 300 metres north-west of the Eastern Area. Four holes (Mex-197, 199, 201, 203) drilled outside of the Central Area, together with Mex-208 and 209 drilled outside the Eastern Area, confirm expansion to the previously released higher grade areas.

In and outside the Eastern Higher Grade area, drilling highlights include:

    -   Mex-210 returned 94.5 feet of 0.708% copper, 0.219% nickel, 3.0 g/t
        silver and 1.145 grams per tonne (g/t) Total Precious Metals (TPM
        = Platinum+Palladium+Gold) (Cu Equivalent* of 1.82%),
        including a 59.5 foot section of 0.895% copper, 0.282% nickel, 3.6
        g/t silver and 1.510 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 2.34%), as well as
        a 34.5 foot section of 1.054% copper, 0.341% nickel, 4.3 g/t silver
        and 1.887 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 2.82%).

    -   MEX-205 intersected 100.0 feet of 0.737% copper, 0.193% nickel, 2.6
        g/t silver and 1.198 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.79%) including a
        25 foot section of 0.985% copper, 0.253% nickel, 3.3 g/t silver and
        1.509 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 2.33.

    -   Mex-209 intersected 281.0 feet of 0.735% copper, 0.210% nickel, 2.6
        g/t silver and 0.667 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.64%) including a
        155.0 foot section of 0.834% copper, 0.242% nickel, 3.0 g/t silver
        and 0.747 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.86), and including a 60.0
        foot section of 1.001 % copper, 0.302% nickel, 3.6 g/t silver and
        0.938g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 2.27).

    -   MEX-204 intersected 130.5 feet of 0.598% copper, 0.159% nickel, 2.1
        g/t silver and 0.998 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.47%) including a
        65 foot section of 0.776% copper, 0.214% nickel, 2.8 g/t silver and
        1.324 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.95)

In and outside the Central Higher Grade area, drilling highlights include:

    -   Mex-199 returned 272.0 feet of 0.597% copper, 0.177% nickel, 2.0 g/t
        silver and 0.798 grams TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.44%), including a
        55.0 foot section of 0.823% copper, 0.300% nickel, 2.4 g/t silver and
        0.938 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 2.10%).

    -   MEX-203 intersected 60.0 feet of 0.714% copper, 0.178% nickel, 3.5
        g/t silver and 1.521 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.84%) including a
        30.0 foot section of 0.836% copper, 0.192% nickel, 4.8 g/t silver and
        1.943 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 2.15).

    -   MEX-201 intersected 44.0 feet of 0.613% copper, 0.208% nickel, 2.2
        g/t silver and 1.453 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.82%) including a
        40.0 foot section of 0.632% copper, 0.210% nickel, 2.2 g/t silver and
        1.487 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.85).

    -   MEX-196 intersected 181.0 feet of 0.473% copper, 0.127% nickel, 1.9
        g/t silver and 0.704 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 1.14%) including a
        30.0 foot section of 0.898% copper, 0.245% nickel, 3.1 g/t silver and
        1.538 g/t TPM (Cu Equivalent* of 2.24).

*Note - Copper Equivalent is based on US metal prices of: Copper - $1.75/lb, Nickel - $7.00/lb, Cobalt - $10.00/lb, Gold - $600/oz, Platinum - $1,100/oz, Palladium - $350/oz and Silver - $8.50/oz, and the methodology with metallurgical recoveries, refining costs and other charges being considered for all metals in accordance with the Net Smelter Return Factors contained in the January 22, 2008, NI 43-101 Scoping Study produced by Scott Wilson RPA.

"The drilling program of our joint venture company, Twin Metals Minnesota LLC (Twin Metals), continues to confirm the continuity, scale, and grades expected in this deposit. Within the larger in-fill drilling program, the expansion and verification of areas identified as higher grade will allow the Twin Metals team to evaluate economic optimization through mine sequencing", stated Vern Baker, President of Duluth Metals. "The early utilization of higher grade ore will be a major consideration for planning. The drilling and the potential economic benefits of early sequencing of 'high grade zones' make an outstanding project look stronger with every hole."

A map illustrating the location of the 15 drill holes reported in this press release can be found on the Company website under this press release at www.duluthmetals.com.

A more detailed summary of the assay results for MEX-196 to 210 inclusive can be found in the table below. True width is estimated at about 90% of core length.

                                                   COP-                 CuEq
                             FROM     TO    LENGTH  PER  NICKEL TPM(xx)  *
    HOLE        ZONE        (feet)  (feet)  (feet)  (%)    (%)   (g/t)   (%)
    MEX-196  at 0.3% Cu       3887    4068    181  0.473  0.127  0.704  1.14
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3933    3963     30  0.898  0.245  1.538  2.24
              cut-off

    MEX-197  at 0.3% Cu       4252    4269     17  0.489  0.148  2.647  2.03
              cut-off

    MEX-198  at 0.3% Cu       3587    3692    105  0.636  0.207  1.091  1.67
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3627    3692     65  0.757  0.250  1.401  2.03
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       3747    3772     25  0.401  0.097  0.507  0.89
              cut-off

    MEX-199  at 0.3% Cu       4036    4308    272  0.597  0.177  0.798  1.44
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4043    4078     35  0.715  0.192  1.103  1.73
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4138    4178     40  0.722  0.153  1.001  1.56
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4213    4238     25  0.593  0.190  0.826  1.51
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4253    4308     55  0.823  0.300  0.938  2.10
              cut-off

    MEX-200  at 0.3% Cu       3557    3755    198  0.741  0.191  0.809  1.63
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3567    3737    170  0.775  0.201  0.865  1.71
              cut-off
             including        3602    3627     25  0.971  0.256  1.142  2.17

    MEX-201  at 0.3% Cu       4230    4274     44  0.613  0.208  1.453  1.82
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4234    4274     40  0.632  0.210  1.487  1.85
              cut-off

    MEX-202  at 0.3% Cu       3212    3237     25  0.682  0.189  1.440  1.81
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3212    3232     20  0.734  0.201  1.523  1.94
              cut-off

    MEX-203  at 0.3% Cu     3992.5    4068   75.5  0.664  0.165  1.377  1.70
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3998    4058     60  0.714  0.178  1.521  1.84
              cut-off
             including        4008    4038     30  0.836  0.192  1.943  2.15

    MEX-204  at 0.3% Cu     3212.5    3343  130.5  0.598  0.159  0.998  1.47
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3218    3283     65  0.776  0.214  1.324  1.95
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu     3408.5    3423   14.5  0.626  0.139  0.900  1.40
              cut-off

    MEX-205  at 0.3% Cu       3117    3132     15  0.331  0.077  0.169  0.63
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       3172  3323.5  151.5  0.646  0.163  1.002  1.53
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3172    3272    100  0.737  0.193  1.198  1.79
              cut-off
             including        3197    3222     25  0.985  0.253  1.509  2.33

    MEX-206  at 0.3% Cu       3763    3778     15  0.415  0.085  0.744  0.96
              cut-off

             Total
    MEX-207  Mineralized      3484    3698    214  0.434  0.111  0.459  0.96
             Interval
             at 0.5% Cu       3484    3503     19  0.549  0.161  0.670  1.31
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       3538    3648    110  0.533  0.129  0.558  1.15
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3538    3598     60  0.650  0.153  0.721  1.40
              cut-off

             Total
    MEX-208  Mineralized      2557    2787    230  0.466  0.135  0.583  1.10
             Interval
             at 0.3% Cu       2557    2617     60  0.655  0.212  0.886  1.64
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       2557    2607     50  0.708  0.228  0.975  1.78
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       2672    2767     95  0.468  0.122  0.546  1.06
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       2702    2732     30  0.605  0.148  0.635  1.30
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       2977    2997     20  0.508  0.059  0.567  0.91
              cut-off

    MEX-209  at 0.3% Cu       2192    2473    281  0.735  0.210  0.667  1.64
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       2192    2347    155  0.834  0.242  0.747  1.86
              cut-off
             including        2217    2277     60  1.001  0.302  0.938  2.27
             at 0.5% Cu       2362    2473    111  0.652  0.176  0.602  1.44
              cut-off

    MEX-210  at 0.3% Cu     3338.5    3433   94.5  0.708  0.219  1.145  1.82
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu
              cut-off       3338.5    3398   59.5  0.895  0.282  1.510  2.34
             including      3338.5    3373   34.5  1.054  0.341  1.887  2.82

    (xx)TPM = Total Precious Metals (Platinum+Palladium+Gold)
    Note: g/t = grams per tonne

Complete gold, platinum, palladium and silver assays for MEX-196 to 210 inclusive are as follows:

                                                          PLAT-  PALLA-
                             FROM     TO    LENGTH GOLD   INUM   DIUM  SILVER
      HOLE      ZONE        (feet)  (feet)  (feet) (g/t)  (g/t)  (g/t) (g/t)
    MEX-196  at 0.3% Cu       3887    4068    181  0.098  0.189  0.417    1.9
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3933    3963     30  0.240  0.416  0.882    3.1
              cut-off

    MEX-197  at 0.3% Cu       4252    4269     17  0.284  0.841  1.523    2.1
              cut-off

    MEX-198  at 0.3% Cu       3587    3692    105  0.114  0.252  0.725    2.0
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3627    3692     65  0.138  0.327  0.937    2.4
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       3747    3772     25  0.103  0.107  0.298    1.5
              cut-off

    MEX-199  at 0.3% Cu       4036    4308    272  0.100  0.207  0.491    2.0
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4043    4078     35  0.139  0.289  0.675    2.8
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4138    4178     40  0.120  0.243  0.639    2.5
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4213    4238     25  0.113  0.250  0.463    1.9
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4253    4308     55  0.122  0.242  0.574    2.4
              cut-off

    MEX-200  at 0.3% Cu       3557    3755    198  0.109  0.199  0.501    2.4
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3567    3737    170  0.115  0.213  0.536    2.5
              cut-off
              including       3602    3627     25  0.190  0.259  0.693    2.8

    MEX-201  at 0.3% Cu       4230    4274     44  0.151  0.399  0.903    2.2
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       4234    4274     40  0.156  0.408  0.923    2.2
              cut-off

    MEX-202  at 0.3% Cu       3212    3237     25  0.193  0.380  0.867    2.8
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3212    3232     20  0.193  0.406  0.924    3.1
              cut-off

    MEX-203  at 0.3% Cu     3992.5    4068   75.5  0.186  0.355  0.836    3.1
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3998    4058     60  0.211  0.385  0.925    3.5
              cut-off
              including       4008    4038     30  0.280  0.469  1.194    4.8

    MEX-204  at 0.3% Cu
              cut-off       3212.5    3343  130.5  0.107  0.272  0.619    2.1
             at 0.5% Cu       3218    3283     65  0.143  0.363  0.819    2.8
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu     3408.5    3423   14.5  0.148  0.230  0.522    2.7
              cut-off

    MEX-205  at 0.3% Cu       3117    3132     15  0.026  0.043  0.100    1.2
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       3172  3323.5  151.5  0.118  0.267  0.617    2.4
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3172    3272    100  0.144  0.315  0.739    2.6
              cut-off
              including       3197    3222     25  0.192  0.375  0.941    3.3

    MEX-206  at 0.3% Cu       3763    3778     15  0.123  0.183  0.438    2.4
              cut-off

    MEX-207  Total
             Mineralized      3484    3698    214  0.062  0.132  0.265    1.4
             Interval
             at 0.5% Cu       3484    3503     19  0.075  0.198  0.398    1.5
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       3538    3648    110  0.080  0.160  0.318    1.8
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       3538    3598     60  0.107  0.205  0.409    2.0
              cut-off

    MEX-208  Total
             Mineralized      2557    2787    230  0.084  0.151  0.348    1.6
             Interval
             at 0.3% Cu       2557    2617     60  0.118  0.227  0.541    2.5
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       2557    2607     50  0.129  0.251  0.596    2.6
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       2672    2767     95  0.083  0.143  0.320    1.7
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       2702    2732     30  0.094  0.154  0.387    2.3
              cut-off
             at 0.3% Cu       2977    2997     20  0.096  0.139  0.333    2.3
              cut-off

    MEX-209  at 0.3% Cu       2192    2473    281  0.095  0.181  0.391    2.6
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu       2192    2347    155  0.110  0.188  0.450    3.0
              cut-off
             including        2217    2277     60  0.153  0.228  0.558    3.6
             at 0.5% Cu       2362    2473    111  0.081  0.185  0.336    2.3
              cut-off

    MEX-210  at 0.3% Cu     3338.5    3433   94.5  0.164  0.298  0.683    3.0
              cut-off
             at 0.5% Cu     3338.5    3398   59.5  0.205  0.393  0.912    3.6
              cut-off
             including      3338.5    3373   34.5  0.267  0.491  1.129    4.3

    Note:    g/t = grams per tonne
    -----

The Twin Metals Project now covers over 25,000 acres of land/mineral interests and consolidates the largest base and precious metal land position in Minnesota. This extensive land position provides Twin Metals with the platform to plan and develop one the world's largest nickel-copper-PGM deposits within a new emerging mining belt in Minnesota, USA.

The Twin Metals Project is currently in the pre-feasibility phase. Separate consulting engineering firms are being engaged for both the overall pre-feasibility study and an updated resource report. AMEC E&C Services Inc. from Reno, Nevada has been engaged to review and prepare a comprehensive updated NI 43-101 Resource Report on the expanded Twin Metals Project which now includes the Twin Metals and Franconia properties.

For the 2010-2011 Drill Program, half core samples are being prepared at ALS Chemex Ltd. laboratories in Thunder Bay and then shipped to its analytical facilities in Vancouver. Samples are being analyzed for Au, Pt, and Pd using a standard fire assay with an ICP finish and for 27 other elements using a four acid (near total) digestion and a combination of ICPMS and ICPAES. ICP over limits were re-analyzed using sodium peroxide fusion, acid dissolution followed by ICPAES. The remaining half core samples are being stored in Minnesota.

David Oliver, P. Geo. and Twin Metals Site Manager is the Qualified Person for this press release, in accordance with NI 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators, and is responsible for the technical content and quality assurance of the exploration data and analytical results.

About Duluth Metals Limited

Duluth Metals Limited is committed to acquiring, exploring and developing copper, nickel and platinum group metal (PGM) deposits. Duluth Metals has a joint venture with Antofagasta plc on the Twin Metals Project, located within the rapidly emerging Duluth Complex mining camp in north-eastern Minnesota. The Duluth Complex hosts one of the world's largest undeveloped repositories of copper, nickel and PGMs, including the world's third largest accumulation of nickel sulphides, and one of the world's largest accumulations of polymetallic copper and platinum group metals. Aside from the joint venture, Duluth Metals retains a 100% position on approximately 31,000 acres of mineral interests on exploration properties adjacent to and nearby the Twin Metals Minnesota LLC joint venture.

About Twin Metals Minnesota LLC

Twin Metals Minnesota LLC is a joint venture company, which is 60% owned by Duluth Metals and 40% by Antofagasta plc. The joint venture's principal asset is called the Twin Metals Project, located within the Duluth Complex mining camp in north-eastern Minnesota. The Twin Metals Project now covers over 25,000 acres of land/mineral interests and includes four NI 43-101 compliant Mineral Resources: the Spruce Road Deposit; the Nokomis Deposit; the Maturi Deposit, and the Birch Lake Deposit. (Franconia held an undivided 70% interest in the Birch, Spruce and Maturi properties and has exercised its option to increase its interest to 82% by agreeing to fund all of the carried interest of its joint venture partner through to commercial production.) For more information on Twin Metals Minnesota LLC, go to: www.twin-metals.com.

This document may contain forward-looking statements (including "forward-looking information" within the meaning of applicable Canadian securities legislation and "forward-looking statements" within the meaning of the US Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995) relating to, among other things, the operations of Duluth, the environment in which it operates, timing and amount of capital expenditures, results of exploration and mine development, the availability of funding to Duluth and timing of geological reports. Such statements are based on operations, estimates, forecasts and projections. They are not guarantees of future performance and involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that are difficult to predict and may be beyond the control of Duluth. A number of important factors could cause actual outcomes and results to differ materially from those expressed in forward-looking statements, including those set forth in the annual information form under the heading "Risk Factors" and in the other public filings of Duluth. Consequently, undue reliance should not be placed on such forward-looking statements. In addition, all forward-looking statements in this press release are given as of the date hereof. Duluth disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, save and except as may be required by applicable securities laws.

For further information: Mara Strazdins, Director of Corporate Communications, Telephone: (416) 369-1500 ext. 222, Email: mstrazdins@duluthmetals.com; Vern Baker, President, Telephone: (651) 389-9990, Email: vbaker@duluthmetals.com; Webpage: www.duluthmetals.com

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Duluth Metals est une société d’exploration minière de nickel et de palladium basée au Canada.

Duluth Metals est en développement de projets de nickel, de palladium, de cobalt, de cuivre, d'or, de platine et de plomb en USA, et détient divers projets d'exploration au Canada.

Son principal projet en développement est BIRCH LAKE en USA et son principal projet en exploration est NOKOMIS au Canada.

Duluth Metals est cotée au Canada, aux Etats-Unis D'Amerique et en Allemagne. Sa capitalisation boursière aujourd'hui est 63,1 millions CA$ (50,9 millions US$, 44,8 millions €).

La valeur de son action a atteint son plus haut niveau récent le 31 décembre 2007 à 4,07 CA$, et son plus bas niveau récent le 31 octobre 2014 à 0,06 CA$.

Duluth Metals possède 141 880 000 actions en circulation.

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12/01/2009(Nokomis)43-101 Preliminary Assessment Report Confirming Positive Eco...
04/12/2008(Nokomis)continues to receive wide significant mineralized intersecti...
25/11/2008New Ni 43-101 Preliminary Economic Assessment Confirms Highe...
22/07/2008(Nokomis)Receives Ni 43-101 Report On Interim Nokomis Deposit Resourc...
02/04/2008(Nokomis)Cuts New High Grade Zone Below Nokomis Deposit
11/03/2008Expands Strategic Land Position by Over 350 Percent
14/02/2008(Nokomis)Continued Drilling Expands Nokomis Deposit
Communiqués de Presse de Duluth Metals Limited Inc.
16/12/2014commences mailout of management information circular for arr...
03/12/2014Granted Interim Order For Arrangement
10/11/2014completes initial tranche of private placement with Antofaga...
03/10/2014(Minnesota Project)Files NI 43-101 Pre-feasibility Study Technical Report on th...
02/06/2014Annual General Meeting to be Held at 10:00 AM EDT June 9th a...
26/02/2014Announces Increased Tonnage, Metal Content and an Upgraded M...
04/09/2013Announces High Grade Nickel Intercepts Indicative of New Con...
06/08/2013Announces Discovery Immediately Southeast of Teck's Mesaba P...
18/06/2013Announces 2013 Annual Shareholders' Meeting Voting Results
07/06/2013Annual General Meeting to be Held at 10:00 AM EDT June 13th ...
10/04/2013Announces Closing of CDN $30 Million Convertible Debenture F...
16/10/2012Announces Mobilization of a Third Drill Rig on Exploration ...
01/10/2012announces closing of US$10 million loan financing with A...
13/06/2012Announces New AMEC NI 43-101 Technical Report Confirming Sig...
14/05/2012(Minnesota Project)Highlights 116.5 feet of 1.32 g/t Total Precious Metals and ...
23/04/2012Announces 30 feet of 2.11 g/t Total Precious Metals and 94 f...
21/03/2012Announces Twin Metals Frame-of-Reference for Bechtel Led Pre...
17/01/2012Announces 40 feet of 2.67 g/t Total Precious Metals on Lates...
31/08/2011Completes Transfer of Franconia Minerals Assets into Twin ...
18/08/2011Information Bulletin Re Dividend of Special Warrants to its ...
02/08/2011Commences Drilling Program on Platinum Targets on the Land ...
28/07/2011Announces Dividend of Special Warrants of Duluth Exploration...
09/06/2011Announces 34.5 feet at 2.82% CuEq from Twin Metals New Drill...
07/06/2011Annual and Special Meeting to be Held June 15th at One King ...
03/03/2011Franconia Minerals Shareholders Approve Arrangement with Dul...
09/08/2010Last Week's Events
08/06/2010Annual And Special Meeting To Be Held At The Toronto Board O...
18/11/2009Nominated for Mining Journal's Exploration Award
30/10/2009Confirms 12 Million Indicated Ounces And 6 Million Inferred ...
18/08/2009Hole Hits Mineralization 900 Meters Southwest Of Defined Bou...
16/06/2009expands exploration land holdings in the Duluth Complex
10/09/2008Progress Report On The Nokomis Deposit
14/08/2008Continues Infill Drilling On The Nokomis Deposit
21/05/2008Announces Early Warrant Exercise
25/03/2008 Presents At John Tumazos Very Independent Research, Llc Met...
04/03/2008 Hits Higher Grade Mineralization In Eastern Area
19/02/2008options key infrastructure land parcel
05/09/2007new drill results confirm increased mineralization to Nokomi...
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