Chieftain Identifies Exploration Targets at Tulsequah Chief and Big Bull Deposits

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Chieftain Metals Corp. (CFB.TO) has completed the first phase of an extensive five-month geological, geochemical and geophysical re-interpretation of the exploration potential associated with its Tulsequah Volcanogenic Massive Sulphide project in northwest B.C.

In excess of five decades of exploration data were compiled and analyzed, including almost all of the historic drilling, geological mapping, soil sampling, trenching and geophysical surveying (mostly composed of Induced Polarization ( IP ) and magnetic surveys) from both the original Tulsequah property and its adjacent region.

The company intends to advance exploration activities in the Banker-Sparling area of the property, in which no appreciable exploration work has been conducted since 1994.

CFB shares were off a penny at $1.53.

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