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Rockcliff Resources Initiates Exploration at Snow Lake Project, Manitoba; Shrs At Yr Lows

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Rockcliff Resources Inc. (RCR.V), which closed Wednesday at a year low 9 cents, announced that exploration work has begun at its Snow Lake Project starting with three separate DPEM geophysical surveys which will be followed by diamond drilling in early 2012. The DPEM surveys will center over the T-3 anomaly located 800m west of the Tower Deposit and over the former producing Dickstone and Spruce Point copper-zinc mines. The T-3 DPEM survey is designed to identify priority drill areas within the known +1000m long anomaly. The surveys at the former copper-zinc mines will locate known historical targets and any additional sulphide conductors in close proximity to existing mine infrastructure. The Snow Lake Project is located within the prolific Flin Flon greenstone belt, host to the largest Paleoproterozoic VMS district in the world.

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