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Blind Creek granted mining land use permits for Blende zinc-lead-silver project

Blind Creek Resources Ltd. was granted a five-year, class-4 quartz mining land use approval and a two-year land use permit at its wholly owned Blende zinc-lead-silver property in Canada's Yukon Territory by the department of energy, mines and resources.

The five-year permit allows the company to construct a 50-man exploration camp, store fuel on-site, develop and upgrade roads, construct an airstrip and drill up to 400 diamond drill holes on the property.

Under the two-year permit, Blind Creek can use the Wind River Winter Trail to transport equipment and access the property in winter.

The company will soon complete a National Instrument 43-101-compliant maiden mineral resource estimate for the Blende project and will undertake a large exploration program this year.