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Canada One Mining Corporation (PK)

Canada One Mining Corporation (PK) (COMCF)

0.0143
0.0003
( 2.14% )
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Current Price
0.0143
Bid
0.011
Ask
0.0229
Volume
1,000
0.0143 Day's Range 0.0143
0.0052 52 Week Range 0.0665
Market Cap
Previous Close
0.014
Open
0.0143
Last Trade
1000
@
0.0143
Last Trade Time
09:37:46
Financial Volume
$ 14
VWAP
0.0143
Average Volume (3m)
35,446
Shares Outstanding
134,973,497
Dividend Yield
-
PE Ratio
-6.90
Earnings Per Share (EPS)
-0
Revenue
-
Net Profit
-390k

About Canada One Mining Corporation (PK)

Sector
Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels
Industry
Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels
Headquarters
Vancouver, British Columbia, Can
Founded
1970
Canada One Mining Corporation (PK) is listed in the Misc Nonmtl Minrls, Ex Fuels sector of the OTCMarkets with ticker COMCF. The last closing price for Canada One Mining (PK) was $0.01. Over the last year, Canada One Mining (PK) shares have traded in a share price range of $ 0.0052 to $ 0.0665.

Canada One Mining (PK) currently has 134,973,497 shares outstanding. The market capitalization of Canada One Mining (PK) is $1.89 million. Canada One Mining (PK) has a price to earnings ratio (PE ratio) of -6.90.
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COMCF Discussion

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Renee Renee 11 months ago
Canada One Mng Corp reinstated to the OTC. (fka ANGUF) changed to COMCF

https://otce.finra.org/otce/dailyList?viewType=Additions
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Renee Renee 2 years ago
ANGUF: inactive security. FINRA deleted symbol:

https://otce.finra.org/otce/dailyList?viewType=Deletions
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Renee Renee 7 years ago
Anglo-Canadian Mining Corp. changed to Canada One Mining Corp.:

http://otce.finra.org/DLSymbolNameChanges
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locksflooring locksflooring 7 years ago
What a joke ANGUF is!
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Renee Renee 8 years ago
ANGUF one for 10 reverse split:

http://otce.finra.org/DLSymbolNameChanges
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CaptainCanada CaptainCanada 11 years ago
Agreed, great reward potential here, anglo has great properties containing copper, gold, uranium, graphite, silver so on ...and in near areas to large miners <<<take-over?, buy out?>>>> buy a few here folks imo
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CaptainCanada CaptainCanada 11 years ago
The location of this latest drill hole sits between the two holes drilled last year, and is only 4km away from Copper Mountain's mill. This kind of proximity offers a glimpse of Anglo-Canadian as a possible takeout target, or even as a much larger JV partner for a future competitor for the Copper Mountain partnership. However the Princeton property is only one of a few assets that Anglo-Canadian has in its stable. The junior explorer also boasts two gold properties called Stirrup Creek and the Zeus, each with future sleeper flagship potential.

In the meantime, work is set to continue on the Princeton claims. Given the attention that Copper Mountain receives, staying on top of its flagship at Princeton is Anglo-Canadian's top priority.

http://www.vantagewire.com/companies/anglo-canadian-mining-corp-ura-vn/?j2_module=stockDetail&j2_storyID=178860&j2_selected=news&j2_symbol=URA.VN&j2_region=US
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locksflooring locksflooring 11 years ago
5 Year chart looks Great! LMFAO !
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gsfl gsfl 11 years ago
You are certainly entitled to your opinion but Copper Mountain doesn't think so. According to the markets all miners are a joke but those of us who understand what is going on knows better and have the patience to wait for our day to come, which is a lot sooner than most understand.
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locksflooring locksflooring 11 years ago
ANGUF IS A JOKE!
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gsfl gsfl 11 years ago
With the agreement with Copper Mountain Mining we are now legit. Let the games begin...
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locksflooring locksflooring 12 years ago
Len needs to wake up!
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gsfl gsfl 12 years ago
Anglo Canadian Mining White River-Dawson News

Preliminary exploration efforts on the Armenius Property in the White River-Dawson District
have identified the potential for precious metal (gold and silver)
mineralization.

Len Harris, President and CEO noted that "The property is immediately
adjacent to a placer operation in Eureka Creek that has been profitably
mined for more than a decade. Although the source of the gold from that
operation is yet to be traced, it is known to occur within altered
sequences that are thought to extend into the property area."

The Yukon Geological Survey has indicated the gold at Eureka Creek has
come from the Armenius property. Historic staking was prompted by
discovery of a quartz ledge or vein of considerable length and width. A
twelve meter shaft was also sunk on the vein that demonstrated gold
occurrences.

Preliminary mapping on the property has identified a large quartz
breccia with localized quartz carbonate veining and limonitic staining.
Geophysical work has also identified three significant magnetic
anomalies. Harris added "Both of these features are conducive to
epithermal gold deposits and now require further investigation. Our
plan is to conduct a soil and trenching program this summer that will
hopefully serve to identify specific anomalous zones and drill
targets." Maps outlining the Armenius property are available on the
Company website under Yukon Gold Projects.

Access to the area is excellent. High quality placer roads extend to
the property area and the property is also traversed by an extensive
network of trails system that will be used to facilitate exploration
efforts.
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gsfl gsfl 12 years ago
Princeton Copper Gold Drill Program Results
Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. (โ€œAnglo Canadianโ€ or the โ€œCompanyโ€) (TSX Venture: URA) is pleased to announce results from its Princeton Copper Gold Project located near Princeton, B.C. The Company has received the final assay from its 2010/11 drill program, the last hole being PR- 11-22. This drill hole was completed at -70 degrees northward toward the Copper Mountain intrusive to a depth of 229 meters. Results from this hole are as follows:

Hole PR-11-22
Depth(meters) Intersection(meters) % Copper
27-38 11 0.1
64-70 6 0.5
194-208 14 0.16

This hole was drilled 50 meters east of vertical drill hole PR-11-21 which contained a 38 meter section grading 0.564% Copper, and west of drill hole PR-11-16 that produced 4 meters of 0.289% Copper and 40 meters of 0.197% Copper, as previously announced on November 2, 2011 and December 7, 2011. Holes 20 to 22 are located 50 meters apart in the Combination Zone. Discussions with Copper Mountain staff have led to the decision to drill future holes at -50 degrees, generally north, towards the Copper Mountain intrusive / Nicola Volcanic contact. Most historic drilling by the Company has been vertical.
The Company has a permit to complete an additional 15,000 meters of drilling which will take place as weather permits. Additional geologic mapping and geophysics are planned for the upcoming season, with drill holes planned to follow-up 3D chargeability anomalies. In addition, the majority of Company claims covering 2200 hectares adjoin the Copper Mountain claims.
The company employs a quality assurance/quality control program that employs introduction of certified analytical standards and blanks as well as secure sample chain of custody of samples from drill to laboratory. Technical information contained in this news release was reviewed by James Turner, P. Geo, a qualified person as defined under National Instrument 43-101.
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. ("Anglo Canadian" or the "Company") (TSX
Venture: URA) is pleased to announce drill results from the Princeton
Copper Gold Project located near Princeton, BC in close proximity to
the Copper Mountain Mine. Drill assays have been received for 3 of 4
holes. All results have been processed by Acme Labs in Vancouver, BC.
Results from these first 3 holes are as follows:

PR-11-21 was drilled -50 degrees northward toward the intrusive for a
total length of 206.4 meters and contained the following:


Holes PR-11-19 and PR-11-20 were anomalous to highly anomalous and
below 0.1% copper.

Holes PR-11-19 was drilled in the Haul Road zone, and holes PR-11-20,
21 and 22 were drilled in the Combination zone. Hole 19 was drilled 1.5
km's from hole 20. The grid area hosting the 3D-IP/Mag survey covers 1
km by 2.5 km's and is the focal area of drilling. The Company claims
cover approximately 2200 hectares most of which adjoin the Copper
Mountain claims. The company has also received approval for an
additional 15,000 meter drill program at Princeton which is expected to
commence early in 2012, as previously announced on November 30, 2011.

The company employs a quality assurance/quality control program that
employs introduction of certified analytical standards and blanks as
well as secure sample chain of custody of samples from drill to
laboratory. Technical information contained in this news release was
reviewed by David St. Clair Dunn, P. Geo, a qualified person as defined
under National Instrument 43-101.

About Anglo Canadian Mining Corp.

Anglo Canadian Mining is a junior mineral exploration company with
copper, gold and uranium properties in Quebec, Colorado, British
Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its
projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS

"Len J.Harris"
Len J. Harris, President
T: 604 669 6807 Toll Free: 866 488 3838
E: len@anglocanex.com
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Additional Drill Holes Completed and Permits received for 2012 Drill Program at Princeton Copper Gold Project

Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. (โ€œAnglo Canadianโ€ or the โ€œCompanyโ€) (TSX Venture: URA) is pleased to the completion of 4 additional drill holes at the Princeton Copper Gold Project located near Princeton, BC and in close proximity to the Copper Mountain Copper mine. Total meters drilled during this phase were 966 meters, with all drill holes having been logged, split, and sent to Acme Labs for analysis. All four holes were collared in the volcanics and drilled northward toward the contact with the intrusive. This contact zone has been proven at Copper Mountain and on Anglo Canadian claims to be the optimum areas hosting copper mineralization.
Holes PR-11-19, PR-11-20 and PR-11-21 were drilled at -50 degrees, with Hole PR-11-22 drilled at -70 degrees. Assay results are expected on these four holes in Quarter 1 2012. A comprehensive report covering the 2010/11 drill programs is near completion and awaiting assays from these 4 holes. This report will serve both as the assessment report and a guide to future drill programs. In addition, the Company has filed and received approval for an additional 15,000 meter drill program at Princeton. The 2012 exploration program is expected to commence in early 2012.
About Anglo Canadian Mining Corp.
Anglo Canadian Mining is a junior mineral exploration company with copper, gold and uranium properties in Quebec, Colorado, British Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
Nice to see it Rise today!
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
Thanks again Lowjack!
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Lowjack Lowjack 13 years ago
What I would like to see is them drill two deep holes 25M either side of line of site between copper mountain and [Diamond drill hole Pr-11-18, drilled on Anglo Canadian's (the company's) Princeton property, intersected 102.72 metres grading 0.138%
copper from surface.] These holes should be drilled at `50* and end just below the property line.

Then hope you hit something more significant to warrent further drilling. At that grade its almost not worth getting unless you have a much richer target.
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
These were all "hit or miss" exploration holes... and they all intersected some "respectable/prospective" mineralization... 3 holes cut 4-6 meters of virtually 0.3% Cu... this means that once URA starts to undertake "follow-up drilling" on these initial holes, they will cut through the ore-bodies more precisely and thus longer intercepts and/or higher Cu-grades are VERY likely! And even today's news stated that CUM is advising URA on how to drill the deposits meaning that they follow the drilling and inspect the CORE !! This means, CUM must be quite interested in what URA is doing at the CuMtn-BORDER meaning that they as well may think there may be a deposit as well on the URA-Princeton property. Now(!) URA is drilling further holes with the INPUT from CUMs geologists meaning CUM knows how to the Copper Mountain Porphyries as CUM drilled tens of thousands of meters already in the past years. Thus, I suspect that the next holes will be "discovery holes" showing much longer intercepts of Cu-grades with more than 0.3%. Hence, I expect a take-over attempt or JV by CUM (or someone else)before the publication of the next holes that are being drilled at -50degrees as per CUMs "advise".http://www.stockhouse.com/Bullboards/MessageDetail.aspx?p=0&m=30340598&l=0&r=0&s=URA&t=LIST
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Intersects 102.72m of 0.138% Cu from Surface at
Princeton Copper Gold Project


Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. ("Anglo Canadian" or the "Company") (TSX
Venture: URA) is pleased to announce the receipt of mineral assays from
its Princeton Copper Gold project located near Princeton, B.C. The
Company completed 6 holes at the mineralization hosted by
Triassic-Jurassic Nicola Group island arch volcanic assemblages and
co-magmatic monzonite to diorite plutons. All holes were located in the
company's Haul Road Zone, located two kilometres south from the Copper
Mountain Rifle and Oriole zones, and in close proximity to the Copper
Mountain mill.

Diamond drill hole Pr-11-18, drilled on Anglo Canadian's (the
company's) Princeton property, intersected 102.72 metres grading 0.138%
copper from surface. This hole is located in the Combination Zone on
the company's property approximately 22 km south of Princeton, B.C. and
4.0 km. south of Copper Mtn. Mines Ltd. 36,000 tonne per day mill and
mining operation. The present cut-off grade at Copper Mtn.'s operation
is 0.1% copper. Assay results from this drill program are as follows:


Pr-11-18 was drilled to 319 metres with the final assay being 0.336%
copper at the bottom of the hole.

Hole Pr-11-15 was drilled in the Haul Road Zone, located approximately
1.7 km. west of the Combination Zone. Pr-11-16 was drilled vertically
approximately 50 metres east of Pr-11-18. Hole Pr-11-17 was an
extension of Pr-11-6, which intersected 19.5 metres of 0.71% copper
from 124 to 148.15 and 3 metres of 0.93% copper from 248 to 251 metres.
This hole is located approximately 50 metres east of Pr-11-16. This 70
metre extension was drilled mainly in intrusive rocks.

Discussions with Copper Mtn. staff have led to the decision to drill
future holes at -50°, generally north, towards the copper mtn.
intrusive / Nicola Volcanic contact. Most historic drilling completed
by the Company to date has been vertical.

Four more holes, totaling 1,000 metres, are planned for this month. One
will be drilled near Pr-11-15 in the Haul Road Zone and three holes
will be drilled near Pr-11-18 in the Combination zone. The grid area
hosting the 3D-IP/Mag survey covers 1 km by 2.5 km's and is the focal
area of drilling. The Company claims cover approximately 2200 hectares
most of which adjoin the Copper Mountain claims.

The company employs a quality assurance/quality control program that
employs introduction of certified analytical standards and blanks as
well as secure sample chain of custody of samples from drill to
laboratory. Technical information contained in this news release was
reviewed by David St. Clair Dunn, P. Geo, a qualified person as defined
under National Instrument 43-101.
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
Lowjack Thank You ! I will get back to you hopefully Monday if I can get some answers from Management!
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Lowjack Lowjack 13 years ago
chalcocite and bornite are 80%-60% copper respectively! How many holes have they drilled around this one? Looks to be plenty of iron sulfide as well. The question is are they on the magma pool or are they still looking for it?
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Completes Two Additional Mineralized Drill Holes
in High Chargeability Target Area
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Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. (TSX-V: URA) (the "Company") is pleased to
announce the completion of holes 14 and 15 at its Princeton Copper Gold
Property located 22 km south of Princeton B.C. The property adjoins the
Copper Mountain mine along its southern boundary and lies close to the
proposed Super Pit. These recent drill holes are focused on the first
of three high chargeability areas within the property.

Drill Hole Summary

Drill Hole 11-PR-14 was collared 500 meters east of hole # 11-PR- 13.
This hole cut 505 meters of altered Nicola Volcanics with 2% to 5%
pyrite and chalcopyrite, occasional one to six meter diorite dykes and
two larger crowded feldspar porphyry dykes. Alteration ranges from
moderate propylitic to potassic alteration in the form of pervasive
secondary biotite.

Drill Hole 11-PR-15 was collared 230 meters north west of hole #
11-PR-13. This hole was mineralized from near surface to 270 meters.
The hole cut 270 meters of mixed Nicola Volcanics and sediments.
Within the package of rocks are altered ( sericite, potassium feldspar
and secondary biotite) mineralized rocks. This hole also cut three
mineralized sections of 52 meters (16 - 68 meters) 14 meters (72 - 86
meters) and 156 meters (114 - 270 meters). Mineralization consists of
pyrite, pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite, chalcocite and bornite. Some
argillaceous sections contain a high percentage of pyrite and
pyrrhotite with fine grained chalcopyrite and trace specularite. They
also contain thin sulphide veinlets containing chalcopyrite.

Both holes have been logged, split and shipped for analysis to Acme
Labs in Vancouver. Assays will be reported when received.

Drilling continues to focus on areas in close proximity to the Copper
Mountain open pit mine, which recently shipped its first shipment of
concentrate to Japan.

The company employs a quality assurance/quality control program that
employs introduction of certified analytical standards and blanks as
well as secure sample chain of custody of samples from drill to
laboratory. Technical information contained in this news release was
reviewed David St. Clair Dunn, qualified persons as defined under
National Instrument 43-101.
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
Yes ANGUF is still listed Grey But the Canadians Know this Already since, I brought it up to the CEO!
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Not that I am aware of...

They own a great piece of land next to Copper Mountain that is looking like a continuation of the same. Like any penny stock it is speculative and it's not a place to put any capital that you may need in the next year or two. It, like so many others, is a long term buy and hold.

I never recommend buying in all at once but allocating your capital and buy in over a 3 to 6 month time period. But, you may know all this already... Good luck
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
Is Anguf a Scam!
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Commences Drilling at Princeton Copper / Gold
Project

Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. (TSX-V: URA) (the "Company") is pleased to
announce the initiation of a six hole drill program to test three new
targets established by the recent 3D IP / Mag geophysical survey. The
main focus will be on a large, high chargeability target identified by
the survey. Two additional new targets will also be tested within the
same area. Each hole is expected to be drilled to a target depth of
between 350 m and 500 m, depending on mineralization encountered.
Drilling will be performed by LDS Diamond Drilling of Kamloops BC under
the supervision of David S. Dunn, P.Geo.

The company has completed a number of programs designed to help in
defining the drill locations. Since June of 2009, a number of
initiatives have been completed at the Princeton Project: a 25 km 3-D
IP and ground magnetic surveys, established baseline and completed road
improvements, completed soil sampling program, and drilled several
holes to test the mineralization hosted by Triassic-Jurassic Nicola
group island-arch volcanic assemblages and co-magmatic
monzonite-to-diorite plutons. This next drill program will continue to
assist in the definition of a potential resource.

The majority of areas to be tested lie closest to the Copper Mountain
Mining proposed superpit. Copper Mountain Mining recently started
milling and stockpiling ore, and held an official mine opening ceremony
on August 18, 2011.
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Name Change and Option Grant

Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. (TSX-V: URA) (the โ€œCompanyโ€) is pleased to announce it has changed the company name from Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp to Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. to better reflect the ongoing activities with its base metals projects, specifically the Princeton Copper Project. With this name change there will be no change in the CUSIP or ISIN stock identification numbers.
The Company would also like to announce the granting of 500,000 stock options to directors and consultants, under the terms of the company stock option plan.
This option grant is subject to TSX Venture exchange approval.
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
I spoke with the CEO about paying a little money to get off the Grey Market as we see we are still grey.
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
I don't understand the point of your post. What are you saying?
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
This puts a Hurting on ANGUF here in the States ! http://www.otcmarkets.com/stock/ANGUF/quote
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Geophysical Survey produces Positive Results at Princeton Co pper / Gold Project

Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: URA) (the โ€œCompanyโ€) is pleased to announce the completion of a 25 line kilometer 3D IP & ground magnetic survey at the Princeton Copper / Gold Project located near Princeton, B.C. Both surveys were conducted with 100 meter spacing and stations at 12.5 meter intervals. This area lies contiguous with the Copper Mountain Mining claims, and is located 2.5 km from the proposed superpit within the Copper Mountain project area. The data is being evaluated and an interpretation report is expected prior to the end of the second quarter. The purpose of these surveys is to identify potential drill targets within the survey area. Other areas of the Companyโ€™s large land position will be the subject of geophysical surveys in the future. The surveys were conducted by S.J. Geophysics
th Ltd. of Delta, B.C., and were previously announced on April 11 , 2011.

A limited E.M. survey was conducted over the area drilled last fall and this spring. This will also be evaluated and new drill targets established.

Preliminary interpretation of the IP chargeability and resistivity inversions show chargeable anomalies on three areas of the grid. The largest and strongest is on the western portion of the grid and has dimensions of approximately 1.2 km x 500 m and is chargeable from surface to about 250-300m depth. There are coincident resistivity and magnetic anomalies in this area. Volcanics and sediments containing disseminated pyrite, pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite are mapped here. The newly constructed road showing described below occurs here.

A second anomaly occurs coincident with the drill section in which hole No 6 occurs. The chargeability anomaly extends to the north towards Copper Mountain`s Reifel Zone. In 3D, the anomaly trends under an intrusive sill that is mapped there.

A third chargeability anomaly occurs on the south-eastern part of the grid. These anomalies represent areas of disseminated sulphide mineralization and might be copper ore bodies
similar to those at the Copper Mtn. mine. The company plans to drill test these anomalies.
The results of the EM survey are not available at this time.

Recent road improvement work conducted by Copper Mountain Mining on roads transgressing the Company property has exposed some 100 meters of mineralization on the company's claims. Copper mineralization is present and samples are being sent for analysis. Copper Mountain Mining intends to use this road to haul copper concentrate to shipping facilities.
David S. Dunn, P. Geo, is the qualified individual under NI 43-101 for the contents of this press release.

About Anglo -Canadian Uranium Corp.
Anglo Canadian Uranium is a junior mineral exploration company with uranium, copper, and gold properties in Quebec, Colorado, British Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com
The Company has recently announced a name change to Anglo Canadian Mining Corp. pending TSX Venture Exchange approval.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS
โ€Len J.Harris" Len J. Harris, President
T: 604 669 6807 Toll Free: 866 488 3838 E: len@anglocanex.com
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dimckll dimckll 13 years ago
are they going ahead with the development of the copper mine? when will it start producing copper? I thought it was supposed to be online in June/July of this year . . .
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Initiating 3D IP Survey at Princeton Copper / Gold
/ Palladium Project
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Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: URA) (the "Company") is pleased to
announce the signing of a contract to conduct a 3D Induced
Polarization and Magnetic survey at our Princeton Copper / Gold /
Palladium project located near Princeton, B.C. SJ Geophysics of Delta,
BC will conduct the survey, which will consist of a minimum of 25 line
kilometres. This area lies contiguous with the Copper Mountain Mining
claims, and is located 2.5 km from the Oriole zone within the Copper
Mountain project area. SJ Geophysics will also conduct an experimental
EM survey over the area drilled by the Company. The survey is part of
a focused program to test the mineralized contact with volcanics and
the Copper Mountain intrusives. This contact zone hosts most of the
mineralization found elsewhere in the Princeton area and is most
prominent on the Copper Mountain Project. This IP, Mag and EM survey
will provide more insight on the location of the contact zone which
hosts the majority of the mineralization.

The survey is designed to investigate alkaline porphyry style
mineralization found on a drill section which includes holes PT10-01,
02 and 06, as previously reported on January 31 and March 28, 2011.
Hole PT10-06 produced a high grade section of 2.0 metres of 4.08 % Cu
at a depth of 125 metres and 0.71 % Cu over 19.5 metres in a vertical
hole; and Holes 1 and 2 produced 50 metres of 0.154 % Cu and 47.5
metres of 0.18% Cu respectively. These results demonstrate the Road
showing hosts important copper mineralization and further drilling is
planned to verify its' limits.

Recent results announced by Copper Mountain Mining indicate the
porphyry system carries to depth and hosts thicker intervals and higher
grades of copper. Copper Mountain uses a 0.15% Cu cut-off, and has
reported 518,600,000 tonnes grading 0.31% Cu for a Measured and
Indicated Cu Resource of 3,226,000,000 pounds, and has 390,700,000
tonnes grading 0.23% Cu for an Inferred Cu Resource of 1,758,200,000
pounds.

The company employs a QA/QC program that employs introduction of
certified analytical standards and blanks as well as secure sample
chain of custody of samples from drill to laboratory. Technical
information contained in this news release was reviewed by Jim Turner,
P.Geo., and David St. Clair, P.Geo., who are Qualified Persons as
defined under National Instrument 43-101.
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: URA) (the "Company") is pleased to
announce the receipt of drill hole PT10-06 from the Princeton Copper /
Gold / Palladium project located near Princeton, B.C. This hole is in
close proximity to holes 1&2 (previously released January 31, 2011) and
is part of a focused exploration program designed to target porphyry
style mineralization hosted by Triassic Nicola Group island-arc
volcanic assemblages and co-magmatic monzonite to diorite plutons at
the Road and West (1km west) surface showings. Results from the
remaining nine (9) holes will be released in Quarter 2.

Results from Hole PT10-06 are as follows:



Hole PT10-06 was logged by Richard Culbert, P.Geo., Phd.

Hole PT10-06, was drilled vertical (-90°), between holes 1&2 (figure 4
below) and completed to a depth of 251 metres. The first drill hole of
the program, PT10-01, was drilled southerly at -45° and completed to a
depth of 200 metres. The second drill hole, PT10-02 was collared about
50 m north of PT10-01 and drilled northerly at -45° to a depth of 205.0
metres. Both drill holes targeted the interpreted mafic
volcanic-intrusive contact, known to host copper and precious metal
mineralization in the nearby Copper Mountain deposit.

Hole PT 10-06 encountered Nicola group volcanics from 0 to 127 metres,
with a thin 2 m dike (Lost Horse) encountered from 127 to 129 metres.
The copper mountain diorite continues to the end of the hole at 251
metres. Copper mineralization occurs over 19.5 metres starting at
106.5 metres. A thin felsic dike at 124 to 125 metres was not assayed.
This section also contained anomalous amounts of nickel, cobalt and
Molybdenum. A section from 247 to 250 metres near the bottom of the
hole ran 0.93% Cu.

The majority of holes drilled to date have demonstrated copper
mineralization characteristics including Nicola volcanics and
sediments, copper mountain intrusives, lost horse dikes, alteration and
sulphides similar to the Copper Mountain alkaline porphyry system.



The following is a summary of holes logged by David St. Clair Dunn.
P.Geo., Phd:

''In summary, most of the core I logged was fine grained diorite
intrusive or Nicola volcanics, both with varying amounts of propylitic
alteration, minor pyrite and very minor chalcopyrite. This is what you
would expect to see 0.5 to 1.5 kilometres from a copper porphyry ore
body. There were also unaltered, post mineral felsic and lamprophyre
dykes. More importantly, there were two intersections of a highly
altered granitic dyke: Hole 11B 126.9m-137.8m and Hole 12
114.2m-116.1m. These dykes contained abundant pyrite and minor
chalcopyrite in blebs, that is, not on fractures or in stringers. These
two dykes are probably part of the Lost Horse Intrusives that are
intimately associated with ore bodies in the Copper Mtn. mine. All of
this leads me to believe that the company is exploring too high in the
porphyry system and that there could be mineralized bodies similar to
those being developed at the Copper Mtn. mine at depth. Whether it is
better to just deepen some holes down to 1,000 metres or it is best to
first carry out deep penetration IP first is probably the critical
question at this point.''

The above results demonstrate the Road showing hosts important copper
mineralization and further drilling is planned to verify its' limits.
The company intends to complete a 3D-Induced Polarization survey in
conjunction with drilling to further define this exciting
mineralization encountered in the above section.

The company employs a QA/QC program that employs introduction of
certified analytical standards and blanks as well as secure sample
chain of custody of samples from drill to laboratory. Technical
information contained in this news release was reviewed by Jim Turner,
P.Geo., and David St. Clair Dunn, P.Geo., Phd, who are Qualified
Persons as defined under National Instrument 43-101.

About Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp.

Anglo Canadian Uranium is a junior mineral exploration company with
uranium, copper, and gold properties in Quebec, Colorado, British
Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its
projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

"Len J.Harris"
Len J. Harris, President
T: 604 669 6807
Toll Free: 866 488 3838
E: len@anglocanex.com
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
I spoke to Len and explained to him he needs to get rid of the STOP Sign. Maybe he will listen now
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. Announces Ongoing Exploration Efforts
Mar. 16, 2011 (TheNewswire.ca) --

Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. Announces Ongoing Exploration Efforts

Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: URA)(the "Company") is pleased to announce an update on its ongoing exploration efforts that encompasses a broad range of projects including gold, silver, base metal and uranium properties. For the past year and moving forward, the main focus of the company is continued exploration of precious and base metals projects located in British Columbia, Yukon and Quebec.

Mr. Len Harris, President and CEO states; "Anglo-Canadian is extremely excited about the continued results from our ongoing exploration efforts and the prospects we have yet to investigate in the Klondike region in Yukon. We are taking this opportunity to provide a brief update of the direction of our company and our primary focus being exploration of copper, gold and silver.

Princeton Project, British Columbia

The Company recently completed its Phase One drill program which consisted of 12 holes covering 2400 meters adjacent to the former Copper Mountain Mine. Mineralization has been encountered in all drill holes to date with assay results pending. Management is currently developing its Phase Two drill program and will integrate all pending results into a more comprehensive exploration program.

Klondike Properties, Yukon

The Company has completed a series of airborne surveys on its 100% owned properties in the Klondike region known as Armenius, River and YK. Geophysical results identified several large anomalous regions that have promising targets for further evaluation during the 2011 exploration season. The Company will conduct a range of exploration activities on these targets including soil sampling, trenching, prospecting, mapping and IP surveys. In addition, the Company will also conduct further evaluation of its Ore Property, also located in the heart of the Klondike district.

About Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSXV:URA)

Anglo Canadian Uranium is a junior mineral exploration company with uranium, copper, and gold properties in Quebec, Colorado, British Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

"Len J.Harris"

Len J. Harris, President

T: 604 669 6807
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: URA) (the "Company") is pleased to
announce an update on its ongoing exploration efforts that encompasses
a broad range of projects including gold, silver, base metal and
uranium properties. For the past year and moving forward, the main
focus of the company is continued exploration of precious and base
metals projects located in British Columbia, Yukon and Quebec.

Mr. Len Harris, President and CEO states; "Anglo-Canadian is extremely
excited about the continued results from our ongoing exploration
efforts and the prospects we have yet to investigate in the Klondike
region in Yukon. We are taking this opportunity to provide a brief
update of the direction of our company and our primary focus being
exploration of copper, gold and silver.

Princeton Project, British Columbia

The Company recently completed its Phase One drill program which
consisted of 12 holes covering 2400 meters adjacent to the former
Copper Mountain Mine. Mineralization has been encountered in all drill
holes to date with assay results pending. Management is currently
developing its Phase Two drill program and will integrate all pending
results into a more comprehensive exploration program.

Klondike Properties, Yukon

The Company has completed a series of airborne surveys on its 100%
owned properties in the Klondike region known as Armenius, River and
YK. Geophysical results identified several large anomalous regions that
have promising targets for further evaluation during the 2011
exploration season. The Company will conduct a range of exploration
activities on these targets including soil sampling, trenching,
prospecting, mapping and IP surveys. In addition, the Company will also
conduct further evaluation of its Ore Property, also located in the
heart of the Klondike district.

About Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp.

Anglo Canadian Uranium is a junior mineral exploration company with
uranium, copper, and gold properties in Quebec, Colorado, British
Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its
projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

"Len J.Harris"

Len J. Harris, President
T: 604 669 6807
Toll Free: 866 488 3838
E: len@anglocanex.com
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. Announces Princeton Phase One Drill Program Complete
Mar. 7, 2011 (TheNewswire.ca) --

Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: URA)(the "Company") is pleased to announce the completion of holes 6 through 12 at the Princeton Copper / Gold / Palladium project located near Princeton, B.C. These seven (7) holes are designed to test the mineralization hosted by Triassic-Jurassic Nicola Group island-arch volcanic assemblages and co-magmatic monzonite to diorite plutons. All holes were located in the Company's Road project area, located 2 km south from the Copper Mountain Rifle and Oriole zones and in close proximity to the Copper Mountain mill.

Each hole was drilled to a depth of 200 meters, with holes 6 through 8 being logged, split and sent for assay. Holes 9 through 12 are in the process of being logged and split, and will be sent for assay upon completion. The Company intends to re-commence the drill program upon receipt of assays from all holes.

The majority of areas to be tested lie closest to the Copper Mountain proposed superpit. Copper Mountain has recently signed debt financing agreements for $322-million to continue the development and construction of the proposed mine to produce 105 million pounds of copper per year by June, 2011.

About Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSXV:URA)

Anglo Canadian Uranium is a junior mineral exploration company with uranium, copper, and gold properties in Quebec, Colorado, British Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
Looks like we could have News next week!
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dimckll dimckll 13 years ago
didn't I read somewhere these guys are going to start production on the copper mine in June or July of this year?
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Phase One Drilling Assay Results for Princeton Project
Jan. 31, 2011 (TheNewswire.ca) --

Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: URA)(the "Company") is pleased to announce the receipt of the first two (2) drill holes from the Princeton Copper / Gold / Palladium project located near Princeton, B.C. These first two holes are part of a focused exploration program designed to target the same porphyry style mineralization hosted by Triassic-Jurassic Takla Group island-arch volcanic assemblages and co-magmatic monzonite to diorite plutons. This drill program was designed to test two surface showings known as the Road and West (1km west) showings. Results from three (3) additional holes at the West showings will be released in Quarter 1. An additional three (3) holes on the Road Showing are being split and logged and will be sent for assay shortly.

The first drill hole of the program, PT10-01, was drilled southerly at -45° and completed to a depth of 200 metres. The second hole, PT10-02 was collared about 50 m north of PT10-01 and drilled northerly at -45° to a depth of 205.0 metres. Both drill holes targeted the interpreted mafic volcanic-intrusive contact, known to host copper and precious metal mineralization in the nearby Copper Mountain deposit.

Results from the Phase one drill program are as follows:


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| || |Cu(%)|Ag(gm)|From(m)|To(m)|
|-------||--------------------------------|
|Hole#1 ||50 m |0.154|1.28 |7.5 |57.5 |
|-------||--------------------------------|
| ||12.5m|0.28 |2.82 |22.5 |35 |
|-------||--------------------------------|
| ||7.5m |0.467|4.3 |27.5 |35 |
|-------||--------------------------------|
| ||35m |0.20 |1.59 |22.5 |57.5 |
|-------||--------------------------------|
| || | | | | |
|-------||--------------------------------|
| || |Cu |Ag |From |To |
|-------||--------------------------------|
|Hole #2||10m |0.435|1.58 |49.5 |59.5 |
|-------||--------------------------------|
| ||30m |0.216|1.41 |37 |67 |
|-------||--------------------------------|
| ||45m |0.173|1.16 |37 |82 |
|-------||--------------------------------|
| ||22.5m|0.235|1.64 |37 |59.5 |
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The above results demonstrate the Road showing hosts important copper mineralization and further drilling is planned to verify its' limits. The company employs a QA/QC program that employs introduction of certified analytical standards and blanks as well as secure sample chain of custody of samples from drill to laboratory. Technical information contained in this news release was reviewed by Jim Turner, P.Geo who is a Qualified Person as defined under National Instrument 43-101.

About Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSXV:URA)

Anglo Canadian Uranium is a junior mineral exploration company with uranium, copper, and gold properties in Quebec, Colorado, British Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

"Len J.Harris"

Len J. Harris, President

T: 604 669 6807

Toll Free: 866 488 3838

E: len@anglocanex.com

Neither 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.

Copyright (c) 2011 Thenewswire.ca - All rights reserved.
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locksflooring locksflooring 13 years ago
Beat me to it !Thanks
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gsfl gsfl 13 years ago
Anglo Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSX-V: URA) (the "Company") is pleased to
announce the resumption of drilling at the Company's Copper / Gold /
Palladium Project located near Princeton, B.C. The Company recently
completed its Phase One drilling program and due to encouraging results
from this program has initiated Phase Two. Drilling will resume on the
Company claims located on the southeast flank of the copper mountain
proposed super pit. In both drill holes PT10-01 and PT10-02 from the
initial drill program, copper mineralization characteristics including
host-rock types, brittle deformation, alteration assemblages and
sulphide and oxide mineralogy is believed to be similar to the Copper
Mountain copper-precious metal porphyry system. All drill core has been
sent to AcmeLabs in Vancouver, B.C. Assay results from these two holes
are expected to be released in Quarter 1.

The first two new holes of Phase Two will be drilled to extend the
mineralized zone discovered in holes # 1 and #2 of the initial
drilling. The area to be drilled lies approximately 2.5 km south /
southeast of the Copper Mountain Oriole and Rifle zones, on the contact
between the Nicola Group Volcanics and the Copper Mountain Stock
Intrusive.

The majority of areas to be tested lie closest to the Copper Mountain
proposed superpit. Copper Mountain has recently signed debt financing
agreements for $322-million to continue the development and
construction of the proposed mine to produce 105 million pounds of
copper per year by June, 2011.


About Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp.

Anglo Canadian Uranium is a junior mineral exploration company with
uranium, copper, and gold properties in Quebec, Colorado, British
Columbia, and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its
projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:
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gsfl gsfl 14 years ago
lol. . . It seems like I am an extension of this damn computer. Always trying to stay ahead of the herd.

Glad someone appreciates it.
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locksflooring locksflooring 14 years ago
Yes and the News is posted by GSFL it seems he gets it before we do.Thanks GSFL
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morley480 morley480 14 years ago
Never mind. Got it.
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morley480 morley480 14 years ago
Are these the same boards, companies and class of shares, or different??

http://investorshub.advfn.com/boards/board.aspx?board_id=16909

TIA.
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gsfl gsfl 14 years ago
Anglo Canadian Closes Second Tranche of Private Placement with MineralFields Group
Jan. 13, 2011 (TheNewswire.ca) --

Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp. ("Anglo-Canadian" or the "Company")(TSX Venture: URA) is pleased to announce it has completed the second tranche of its previously announced non-brokered private placement (the "Private Placement") with MineralFields Group.

The Company has closed the second and final tranche of the Private Placement and has issued an aggregate of 600,000 units ("Units") at a price of $0.25 per Unit for gross proceeds of $150,000. Each Unit consists of one common share and one-half of one common share purchase warrant, with each whole warrant entitling the holder to purchase one common share of the Company for a period of 24 months following the closing of the second tranche Private Placement at an exercise price of $0.35 per share for the first year and an exercise price of $0.40 thereafter.

Limited Market Dealer Inc. received a cash finder's fee of $7,500 representing 5% of the gross proceeds from the second tranche of the Private Placement and received 36,000 warrants exercisable into common shares on the same terms as the warrants issued pursuant to the Private Placement. All securities issued pursuant to the second tranche of the Private Placement will be subject to a statutory four month hold period expiring May 13, 2011.

The proceeds of the second tranche of the Private Placement will be used for general working capital and exploration expenses.

About MineralFields, Pathway and First Canadian Securities ®

MineralFields Group (a division of Pathway Asset Management), based in Toronto, Vancouver, Montreal and Calgary, is a mining fund with significant assets under administration that offers its tax-advantaged super flow-through limited partnerships to investors throughout Canada as well as hard-dollar resource limited partnerships to investors throughout the world. Pathway Asset Management also specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of structured products (NYSE:HZK) and mutual funds (including the Pathway Multi Series Funds Inc. corporate-class mutual fund series). Information about MineralFields Group is available at www.mineralfields.com. First Canadian Securities ® (a division of Limited Market Dealer Inc.) is active in leading resource financings (both flow-through and hard dollar PIPE financings) on competitive, effective and service-friendly terms, and offers investment banking, mergers and acquisitions, and mining industry consulting, services to resource companies. MineralFields and Pathway have financed several hundred mining and oil and gas exploration companies to date through First Canadian Securities®.

About Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp. (TSXV:URA)

Anglo-Canadian Uranium Corp. is a junior mineral exploration company with uranium, copper and gold properties in Quebec, Colorado, British Columbia and Yukon. For more information on the Company and its projects, please visit the website at www.anglocanex.com.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS:

"Len J. Harris"

Len J, Harris, President

T: 604-669-6807

Toll Free: 866-488-3838

E: len@anglocanex.com
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