Globex and Queenston Intersect Wide Gold Zone at Wood-Pandora

Globex Mining Enterprises Inc (GMX.TO) and Queenston Mining Inc (QMI.TO) are pleased to update shareholders on the results of a nine hole 5,601 meter drill program completed on the 50%-50% Wood Pandora joint venture property, located near Cadillac, Quebec.

The drilling was targeting the Cadillac Break beneath the No. 3 Shaft Zone that historically produced from 1939-42 approximately 13,000 oz. of gold from 85,745 t grading 4.7 g/t Au. In 1979 Camflo Mines commenced surface drilling and defined a drill indicated historic resource to a depth of 200 m at the No. 3 Shaft Zone.

The most significant result in the present program is in hole W12-99B which intersected a 41.0 m interval assaying 3.81 g/t Au that includes 32.25 g/t Au over 4.2 m in the Cadillac Group at approximately 450 m below surface. Other key intersections include 16.41 g/t Au over 3.4 m in hole W12-100, 11.73 g/t Au over 1.3.m in hole W12-95, 22.08 g/t Au over 1.0 m in hole W12-97 and 2.81 g/t au over 9.7 m in W12-96. To date only a small number of widely spaced holes have been drilled below a depth of 300 m and over a limited strike length. Properties to the east and west have intersected economic mineralization to depths of 1500 m.

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