ALIX RESOURCES CORP. is pleased to announce that it has submitted coal permit applications encompassing approximately 91,054 acres adjoining North American Gem’s acquisition announced today (May 14, 2008), west of Hudson Bay, Saskatchewan.
This highly prospective area is highlighted by the recent discovery by Goldsource Mines Inc. (Goldsource), in western Saskatchewan and now the discovery of a 4 meter coal intercept by a private company, Adamas Minerals Corp., which is currently on a rush assay to Loring Laboratory out of Calgary, Alberta. This is the same Laboratory that Goldsource had used and was chosen to maintain assay continuity.
President Mike England states, “This new discovery by Adamas, roughly 80-100 km southeast of the first discovery by Goldsource, indicates to us that there is tremendous potential in the whole region. We are extremely excited to enter into this region in the mining friendly province of Saskatchewan and look forward to furthering its potential.”
The company will provide further information when it becomes available regarding these coal permits that have been forwarded to the government of Saskatchewan’s permitting office. The time frame will be determined by the permitting office. Alix Resources has submitted funds in trust to the Saskatchewan permitting office.
For further information we invite you to visit us at www.alixresources.com.
Alix is a junior mineral exploration company focused on acquiring and developing potential world-class properties in North America.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Michael England, President
Alix Resources Corp.
(604) 683-3995 or Toll Free: 1-888-945-4770
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Source: Alix Resources Corp.