Canstar Resources Inc.: Mary March Adjudication Hearing Delayed
The directors of Canstar Resources Inc. announce that the Adjudication Board hearing on the Mary March property dispute, scheduled for September 15th, has been postponed until mid-November. The actual date has not yet been set but will be announced as soon as the company is advised.
The reason for the postponement is because the lawyer representing the Newfoundland and Labrador Mining Recorder was injured in an unfortunate accident and is unable to participate.
Even though this is extremely disappointing to the Canstar directors, as it will undoubtedly be to shareholders, the Board continues to maintain a most positive attitude with regard to the resolution of the dispute in Canstar’s favour.
Canstar Resources is a junior exploration company focused on base and precious metal exploration in eastern Canada. In addition to the CBS Project, the Company owns property in the Buchans area of Newfoundland and the McFauld’s Lake area of the James Bay Lowlands of Ontario, proximal to the high-grade nickel-copper-PGE discovery of Noront Resources. The McFauld’s Lake property comprises 70 claims covering 1,120 hectares of the McFauld’s Lake volcanic belt, and is under an option-joint venture agreement with United Reef Limited. In addition to these two properties, Canstar holds a 100% interest in the Shrimp Lake and Tahoe Lake VMS/gold properties north of Red Lake, Ontario, a 75% interest in the Slate Bay copper-gold project in Red Lake’s “Mine Trend”, and a 100% interest in the Miminiska gold property near Pickle Lake, Ontario. The Company currently has 59.9M shares issued and outstanding, which trade on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol ROX.