December 05, 2007
Induced Polarization Survey Expanded at Pardo
|News Release 07-23|
Endurance Gold Corporation (EDG - TSX.V) is pleased to announce that a geophysical crew has re-mobilized to the Pardo Property, to complete an additional 26 line-kilometres of induced polarization ("IP") surveys on a recently expanded grid. The new survey will extend coverage to a total area of 3500 metres by 2000 metres within an 800 hectare target area where gold mineralization exceeding 0.5 grams per tonne has been identified in outcrops of the flat lying basal conglomerate horizon. The IP technique has proven to be extremely effective in defining heavily pyritic zones, with which gold mineralization is spatially associated. Drilling during 2007 returned gold values to 1.67 gpt over 8.4 metres from surface, associated with pyritic zones in the Proterozoic aged quartz pebble dominant conglomerate horizon.
The new results, in conjunction with historic data and still pending humus and rock geochemical data, will assist in the planning of an aggressive diamond drilling program in the spring of 2008. The Pardo property covers 2,864 hectares, only a small portion of which has been drill tested to date.
Duncan McIvor, P. Geo., is the Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101, and is responsible for the content of this news release.
ENDURANCE GOLD CORPORATION
/s/ Duncan McIvor
President and Chief Executive Officer
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Duncan McIvor (604) 682-2707, or Jeffrey Wilson, Corporate Communications (604) 868-0225, or visit our website at www.endurancegold.com.
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