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Northern Tiger Resources Reports Additional Assay Results at 3Ace Property, Yukon Intersects 3.15 g/t over 27.9 metres, including 45.22 g/t over 1.3 metres

Northern Tiger Resources Inc. (“Northern Tiger” or the “Company”) (NTR: TSX-V) is pleased to announce that assays have been received for an additional twelve diamond drill holes from the 3Ace Property in the southeast Yukon. Assays have now been reported for 20 of the 29 holes completed to depth in the 2011 drill campaign. Assays are pending for five additional Main Zone holes and for two scout holes at each of the North Zone and the road showing prospects.

Key results from the twelve holes being reported include:

  • 3A-11-18 — 1.25 g/t gold over 30.5 metres, including 3.11 g/t gold over 6.8 metres
  • 3A-11-28 — 1.15 g/t over 23.0 metres, including 6.45 g/t over 1.0 metre
  • 3A-11-32 — 3.15 g/t over 27.9 metres, including 45.22 g/t over 1.3 metres

“Drilling continues to demonstrate the continuity of the Main Zone,” says Greg Hayes, President of Northern Tiger. “We have also observed visible gold in six of the seventeen Main Zone holes reported so far this year – an encouraging indicator of the strength of the mineralizing system at 3Ace.”

Main Zone Holes 3A-11-18, 28 and 32 are step-back holes, and all three holes intercepted significant gold mineralization and continue to demonstrate the down-dip continuity of the Main Zone. Hole 3A-11-20a is an in-fill hole that also intersected the mineralized zone. Hole 3A-11-21 was drilled roughly parallel to the strike of the mineralized structure, primarily to obtain additional information on the geometry of the Main Zone stratigraphy. Hole 3A-11-24a, a 50 metre step out to the south of Hole 3A-10-02, did not intercept any significant mineralization, and the Main Zone is interpreted to be either off-set or terminated by a fault at this location. The Main Zone continues to be open along strike to the north and down-dip.

Six scout holes from three separate set-ups tested a small portion of the Green Zone West geochemical anomaly. All six holes intercepted narrow zones of relatively low-grade gold mineralization. The Green Zone West mineralization intercepted in these initial drill holes does not adequately explain the scale and tenor of the soil anomaly and further drill testing is warranted.

Maps showing drill hole locations and intercepts will be posted on the Company’s website at

Significant intercepts include:


Hole # Dip Azimuth Zone Interval
3A-11-18 -60o 270o Main 97.8 — 99.0 1.2 7.50
108.0 — 109.6 1.6 3.64
145.0 — 175.5 30.5 1.25
Including 168.7 — 175.5 6.8 3.11
279.0 — 281.0 2.0 1.87
3A-11-20a -60o 270o Main 99.0 — 115.3 16.3 0.52
136.2 — 138.0 1.8 0.65
3A-11-21 -60o 190o Main 70.0 — 72.0 2.0 0.58
92.7 — 94.7 2.0 1.09
119.2 — 125.0 5.8 0.68
182.5 — 183.5 1.0 0.68
3A-11-24a -65o 270o Main No significant intercepts
3A-11-28 -60o 270o Main 48.4 — 50.5 2.1 0.59
89.0 — 112.0 23.0 1.15
Including 101.0 — 102.0 1.0 6.45
Including 107.4 — 108.5 1.0 4.87
130.0 — 132.0 2.0 2.16
147.3 — 149.0 1.7 2.70
222.0 — 226.9 4.9 0.78
3A-11-32 -60o 270o Main 87.1 — 115.0 27.9 3.15
Including 100.1 — 101.4 1.3 45.22
Including 110.0 — 111.0 1.0 12.76
123.0 — 128.4 5.4 0.57
189.0 — 191.5 2.5 0.63
238.0 — 239.0 1.0 2.05
3A-11-22 -60o 245o Green 48.6 — 50.6 2.0 0.72
3A-11-23 -75o 245o Green 155.2 — 157.9 2.7 3.00
3A-11-25 -85o 245o Green 147.2 — 150.0 2.8 0.83
3A-11-26 -60o 160o Green 13.5 — 15.0 1.5 0.81
3A-11-27 -75o 160o Green 296.2 — 301.3 5.1 0.62
3A-11-30 -75o 160o Green 97.0 — 98.3 1.3 0.64
360.0 — 361.0 1.0 0.61


  • Holes 3A-11-20 and 3A-11-24 were lost due to difficult ground condition. The holes were steepened and re-drilled as 3A-11-20a and 3A-11-24a. Hole 3A-11-29 was lost due to difficult ground conditions and was not re-drilled.
  • Reported intersections are drilled thicknesses, as true widths have not yet been determined.

This News Release has been reviewed and approved by Dennis Ouellette, B.Sc., P.Geol., a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101. All rock and drill core samples were analyzed by Inspectorate America Corporation of Richmond, British Columbia using 50 gram fire assay and 50-element, 4-acid ICP analysis. Soil and silt samples were also analyzed by Inspectorate, using 30-gram fire assay analysis. When visible gold is noted in drill core samples or regular fire assay values appear abnormally high, the pulp and metallic screen assay method is used to determine the total gold content and gold contents of different size fractions. This is considered industry best practice when dealing with coarse gold mineralization where a nugget effect is suspected. This determination is accepted as the most representative value and is used in the assay database.

Northern Tiger Resources Inc. (NTR: TSX-V) is a Canadian-based resource exploration company focused on gold and copper exploration in the Yukon. The company has a portfolio of gold and copper focused projects in the Yukon, including 3Ace (high-grade gold discovery made in 2010), Sprogge, Sonora Gulch and five properties prospective for Minto-style high-grade copper mineralization. Through its exploration alliance with Capstone Mining Corp.’s wholly owned subsidiary, Minto Explorations Ltd., Northern Tiger benefits from a wide range of experience, knowledge and capabilities from early exploration to mine production.

For further information please contact:
Greg Hayes, President and CEO

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Stina Resources Ltd. has released results from three additional holes drilled on the East anomaly on its 100-per-cent-owned Dime property located 67 kilometres southwest of Dawson City in the South Klondike/White Gold district. DDH-11-09, DDH-11-11 and DDH-11-12 were drilled off the same pad located on trench 15, which returned a five-metre section of 1.049 grams per tonne gold from surface sampling. The holes were collared approximately 30 metres back of the anomalous trench sample. The East anomaly is 2.5 kilometres east of the West anomaly, and was located using auger soil sampling and trenching.

Drill and assay results indicate a northwest-southeast-trending zone of gold mineralization. As with the West anomaly, mineralization is associated with silicified zones and with quartz sulphide veins in a cupola zone at the top of a mafic-poor intrusion. Mineral zones contain elevated pyrite-arsenopyrite mineralization. Drill result highlights are listed in the attached table.

            From      To  Interval      Au 
              (m)     (m)       (m)    g/t

DDH-11-09  76.80   78.30      1.50   0.870
          128.60  130.10      1.50   1.959
DDH-11-11  26.70   28.20      1.50   0.823
           96.00   97.50      1.50   0.960
          117.60  118.90      1.30   1.176
DDH-11-12  19.50   20.30      0.80   1.343
          144.10  144.60      0.50   5.670

DDH-11-12 intersected a quartz sulphide vein at 144 metres that returned the 5.67 g/t Au result and numerous sections of lower grades of 0.1 g/t Au to 0.5 g/t Au. Additional results from the East anomaly will be released shortly.

A rigorous quality assurance/quality control protocol has been put in place. Acme Analytical Laboratories processed core samples at facilities in Dawson and Whitehorse, Yukon. A one-kilogram split is crushed to 80 per cent passing 10 mesh. A second 250-gram split is pulverized to 85 per cent passing 200 mesh. A 30-gram silver-inquart fire assay fusion by ICP-ES methods and a 31-element ICP analysis are completed in Vancouver. Each batch of 36 samples included standards, blanks and duplicates.

R. Allan Doherty, PGeo, is a qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101, and has reviewed and approved this news release.

Results for additional holes will be released shortly after the data are compiled.

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