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Canadian International Minerals Up Nearly 20%, Off New Yr High Hit Earlier

Canadian International Minerals Inc. (CIN.V) is up nearly 20% - but off the new year high of 32.5 cents hit earlier - after announcing that a road building and stripping program has commenced on its Deadhorse Creek rare earth element ( REE ) property.

The DHC Property consists of 75 units (1200 ha) in Walsh Township in the Thunder Bay mining division, is approximately 25 km northwest of Marathon, Ontario, and is traversed by Provincial Highway 17 near its southern boundary and the Deadhorse Creek logging road for most of its length north-south.

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