Crawford, British Columbia
Base Metal

Crawford and Sawyer Block: Aerotem Z1 Off-time


The 960 ha (2,372 acre) property is located within a prominent magnetic halo surrounding the Fry Creek Batholith and covers a small granitic exposure previously documented and exposed at surface. The Humbolt and Rose Pass MINFILE occurrences are located to the southwest and may indicate base metal mineralization associated with proximity to one (or more) Cretaceous intrusions.

An Aeroquest International airborne geophysical survey was completed on the property in 2006 and included EM, magnetic and radiometric data. The data appear to document the relationship between a north-south oriented stratigraphic succession intruded by magnetic (Cretaceous) intrusion. An Aeroquest representative interpreted the anomalies to be consistent with sedimentary lithologies, however, numerous mineralized occurrences comprised of high grade silver-lead-zinc anomalies have been documented within this succession regionally (including the Sawyer property - see below). The “sedimentary” anomalies were identified along the eastern edge of the survey (which was slightly larger than the mineral tenure) and, therefore, an additional tenure was acquired until such time as these anomalies can be evaluated on the ground.

Jasper Mining Corporation, trading symbol: JSP

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June 26, 2006:
JASPER MINING CORPORATION ANNOUNCES COMMENCEMENT OF AEROQUEST AIRBORNE GEOPHYSICAL SURVEY ON CRETACEOUS GRANITE PROJECT