Sep. 14, 2009 (TheNewswire.ca) --
Toronto, 14 September 2009. Metals Creek Resources Corp. (TSXV:MEK) (the "Corporation", TSXV: MEK) is pleased to announce that the Corporation has received high grade assay results from its Dogpaw Lake Property, located within the Kenora Mining District, approximately 55 kilometers southeast of the city of Kenora, in Northwestern Ontario. The property consists of 29 unpatented claims and is part of the Corporation's Dogpaw-Stephens Lake Project. A portion of the property is operated through an option agreement with Endurance Gold (OOTC:ENDGF) (TSXV:EDG) (EDG), in which the Corporation has earned a 75% interest in the property by incurring $450,000 in expenditures and issuing 450,000 shares over 2 years.
The property lies within the central portion of the east-west trending Wabigoon greenstone belt and is host to several historic gold occurrences which have seen little exploration. This portion of the Wabigoon greenstone belt is an emerging gold camp with exciting drill intercepts coming from both Houston Lake Mining (TSXV:HLM) (PR: HLM - TSX-V, May 12, 2009) and Rainy River Resources (TSXV:RR) (PR: RR-TSX-V, Jan. 27,2009). Nuinsco's Cameron Lake deposit also lies 12 kilometers southeast of the property along the Cameron lake fault.
The Corporation initiated a prospecting / mapping program in the vicinity of the historic Flint Lake Occurrence to follow up on historic gold assays and determine the lateral extent and orientation of the gold bearing structure. A total of 26 surface grab samples were submitted with assays ranging from 0.034 to 133.2 g/t Gold. The main Flint Lake Occurrence has been traced for over 100 meters of strike length and is open in both directions. Mineralization is hosted within a strongly carbonatized east west trending structure with associated quartz veining and local pyrite mineralization. Visible Gold has been noted within the carbonatized quartz veins. Future work will include additional mapping, trenching, line cutting and ground geophysics (IP) to bring this project to the drill stage.
The Corporation is highly encouraged by this latest round of assays. The Dogpaw Property has only seen limited exploration over the last 20 years with abundant high grade showings requiring further work to advance this project to the drill stage.
All assays were sent to Accurassay Laboratories, an accredited laboratory in Thunder Bay, Ontario. The gold was analyzed utilizing a standard fire assay and an atomic absorption finish.
Michael Macisaac, VP Exploration for the Corporation and a qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101, is responsible for this release, and supervised the preparation of the information forming the basis for this release.
About Metals Creek Resources Corp.
Metals Creek Resources Corp. is incorporated under the laws of the Province of Ontario, is a reporting issuer in Alberta, British Columbia and Ontario, and has its common shares listed for trading on the Exchange under the symbol "MEK". Metals Creek can earn a 50 % interest in the Ogden Gold Property, including the former Naybob Gold mine, located 6 km south of Timmins, Ontario and has a 8 km strike length of the prolific Porcupine-Destor Fault (PDF) that stretches between Timmins Ontario and Val'Dor Quebec. The Corporation is also engaged in the identification, acquisition, exploration and development of other mineral resource properties, and presently has mining interests in Ontario and Newfoundland and Labrador. Additional information concerning the Corporation is contained in documents filed by the Corporation with securities regulators, available under the company's profile at www.sedar.com.
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For further information, please contact:
Alexander (Sandy) Stares, President and CEOMetals Creek Resources Corptelephone: (709)-256-6060fax: (709)-256-6061email: firstname.lastname@example.org
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