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Strait Gold Jumps 17% As Identifies Large Copper-In-Soil Anomaly

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Strait Gold Corporation (SRD.V) went up by nearly 17% after announcing that results of soil sampling have identified a new copper-in-soil anomaly over an area of 1,400 meters north-south and up to 640 meters east-west to the west and north of the known copper mineralized zone at its Alicia property in Peru previously reported in a news release dated August 18, 2011.

Strait Gold President Jim Borland said "Our initial drill results in outcropping skarns demonstrate a robust mineralizing system at Alicia. The extent of the anomalous zone as outlined in soil sampling is also very encouraging for the porphyry potential of the property."

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