PacificOre Mining (TSXV:PC,OTCQX:APAFF,FWB:NWN) announced that the Magnetometric Geophysical Survey carried out by Geosig over the Lac Dore Vanadium-Iron-Titanium Deposit confirms the existence of the 2.6 km long and 200 m wide magnetic anomaly. This anomaly corresponds to the main Lac Doré Fe-Ti-V deposit which was the object of the SNC-Lavalin’s 2002-2003 resource calculation (non NI-43-101).

As quoted in the press release:

Dr. Christian Derosier, P. Geo., PacificOre’s Consulting Geologist and Qualified Person for the Lac Dore and Lac Dore North Vanadium-Iron-Titanium Projects reports that the survey confirms the presence of the 2.6 km long and 200 m wide magnetic anomaly which corresponds to the main Lac Doré Fe-Ti-V deposit which was the object of the SNC-Lavalin’s 2002-2003 resource calculation (non NI-43-101). In addition, it has now been noted from PacificOre’s recent survey that from line 2000E, a further 50 to 100m wide south branch originates from the main mineralized body and shows a SE trend before turning to the NE and running parallel to the main mineralized body.

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