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Canada Zinc Metals Corp. engages in the exploration and development of mineral properties in Canada. It holds a 100% interest in the Akie Property, a zinc-lead-silver property covering 6,400 hectares located north-northwest of the Mackenzie town in northeastern British Columbia; and 233 claims comprising approximately 78,526 hectares located in the Kechika Trough region. The company was formerly known as Mantle Resources Inc. and changed its name to Canada Zinc Metals Corp. in September 2008. Canada Zinc Metals Corp. was incorporated in 1988 and is based in Vancouver, Canada.

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Canada Zinc Metals Corp. Announces Additional Drill Results from the Cardiac Creek Deposit, Akie Property

Canada Zinc Metals Corp. announced the company has received assay results from the final two diamond drill holes of the 2014 exploration program on the Cardiac Creek deposit. The Akie property is the Company's exploration project and host to the Cardiac Creek SEDEX Zn-Pb-Ag deposit. The Akie property is located approximately 260 kilometres north-northwest of the town of Mackenzie, in northeastern British Columbia, Canada. The Company completed 8 HQ diamond drill holes on the Cardiac Creek deposit, totaling 2,855 metres. The drilling focused on targets along the up-dip, northwest and southeast areas of the deposit with the objective of expanding the boundary of the internal high grade core as well as expanding the overall perimeter of the deposit. A total of 715 sawn core samples, including industry standard QA/QC samples, were taken and submitted to Acme Labs in Vancouver BC, an ISO 9001 and 17025 certified assay and geochemical analytical lab. No systematic issues were identified during the QA/QC process and as part of its QA/QC program the Company will send a select number of samples to an independent laboratory for confirmation purposes. Results from the first six holes of the program were announced August 20th, 2014 and September 2nd, 2014. The Company has now received assays from the last two drill holes; A-14-117, and A-14-120. Drill hole A-14-117 targeted the up-dip and southeast edge of the internal high grade core of the deposit with a pierce point located approximately 85 metres up-dip from hole A-14-116 and along strike of the high grade hole A-11-96, which returned 10.01% combined Zn + Pb and 12.43 g/t Ag over 5.3 metres (true width). An extensive package of mineralisation representing the Cardiac Creek Zone was intersected from 327.83 to 369.49 metres with 4 distinct intervals of sulphide mineralisation interbedded with minor shale and chert. The mineralised intervals consist of thickly bedded sulphides comprised of laminated pyrite, sphalerite with minor barite and galena. Towards the base of the zone the bedding becomes poorly defined and the sulphides become more mottled in appearance, a general indication of higher grade material. The zone is underlain by a thin pyritic sulphide bed and debris flow and limestone of the Paul River Formation. The hole was completed at a depth of 387.10 metres in calcareous siltstone of the Road River Group. The hole returned 3.93% combined Zn+Pb and 5.33 g/t Ag over a true width of 15.38 metres, from a downhole depth of 346.00 to 367.80. Included within this extensive envelope of mineralisation are intervals of higher grade zinc, lead and silver mineralisation that are outlined in the table below. This includes 9.03 metres (true width) of combined 4.63% Zn+Pb and 6.15 g/t Ag, from 355.00 to 367.80 metres and 5.72 metres (true width) of combined 6.39% Zn+Pb and 8.49 g/t Ag from 361.38 to 369.49 metres. A total of 7 individual samples with an aggregate true thickness of 3.98 metres exceeded 5% zinc (ranging from 5.55% Zn to 9.27% Zn) illustrating the high grade nature in the core of the deposit at this elevation. Drill hole A-14-120 targeted the northwest edge of the deposit following up on the mineralisation intersected in hole A-14-112 (which returned 6.91% Zn+Pb and 8.02 g/t Ag over a true width of 7.87 metres as reported August 20, 2014), with a pierce point located approximately 100 metres down-dip. The proximal facies was intersected from 406.05 to 421.32 metres and was underlain by the Cardiac Creek Zone from 421.32 to 428.75 metres. The mineralisation is represented by thickly bedded pyrite with minor nodular barite in the proximal facies grading to pyrite with bands of grey sphalerite and minor galena within the Cardiac Creek Zone. Intense localized quartz-carbonate veining is present along the upper and lower contacts of the mineralisation suggesting that the bulk of the Cardiac Creek Zone has been displaced. Nearby down-dip drill holes A-07-46 and A-10-74 do not display this veining indicating that there does not appear to be any disruption to the Cardiac Creek Zone at depth. The zone is underlain by mineralisation representative of the distal facies and the debris flow of the Paul River Formation. The hole was completed to a depth of 461.47 metres in calcareous siltstone of the Road River Group. The best intercept from the zone returned 4.59% combined Zn+Pb and 6.90 g/t Ag over a true width of 1.27 metres from a wider mineralised interval of 12.98 metres (true width) of combined 1.59% Zn+Pb and 3.22 g/t Ag.

Canada Zinc Metals Corp. Announces New High Grade Drill Results from the Cardiac Creek Deposit, Akie Property

Canada Zinc Metals Corp. announced that the company has received the assay results from the first two diamond drill holes of the 2014 exploration program on the Cardiac Creek deposit. The Akie property is the Company's 100% owned exploration project and is host to the Cardiac Creek SEDEX Zn-Pb-Ag deposit. The Akie property is located approximately 260 kilometres north-northwest of the town of Mackenzie, in northeastern British Columbia, Canada. The Company completed 8 HQ diamond drill holes on the Cardiac Creek deposit, totaling 2,855 metres. The drilling focused on targets along the up-dip, northwest and southeast areas of the deposit with the objective of expanding the boundary of the internal high grade core as well as expanding the overall perimeter of the deposit. A total of 715 sawn core samples, including industry standard QA/QC samples, were taken and submitted to Acme Labs in Vancouver BC, an ISO 9001 and 17025 certified assay and geochemical analytical lab. Results have been received from the first two of eight drill holes, A-14-111 and A-14-112. Drill hole A-14-111 targeted the up-dip edge of the internal high grade core of the deposit with a pierce point located along strike of holes A-07-49 and A-08-54 and up-dip of hole A-10-73B, with an average separation of approximately 75 metres. The hole intersected a well-developed proximal facies zone of thickly bedded, laminated pyrite and nodular barite mineralisation overlying the Cardiac Creek Zone from 301.60 to 302.94 metres. The Cardiac Creek zone, intersected from 305.44 to 351.41 metres, is characterized by thickly bedded pyrite, sphalerite and galena-rich sulphide mineralisation interbedded with siliceous black shale of the Gunsteel Formation. Higher grade sections of the zone are marked by an increasing concentration of silver grey sphalerite and galena within pyritic-rich sulphide beds and a transition from well-defined bedding planes to a more mottled appearance. The hole returned 5.58% combined Zn+Pb and 9.80 g/t Ag over an extensive true width of 34.75 metres, from a downhole depth of 305.44 to 351.41 metres. Included within this significant envelope of mineralisation which represents the Cardiac Creek zone are intervals of high grade zinc, lead and silver mineralisation that are outlined in the table below. This includes 9.44 metres (true width) of combined 10.18% Zn+Pb and 10.54 g/t Ag, from a downhole depth of 317.85 to 330.34 metres. A total of 11 individual samples with an aggregate thickness of 7.40 metres exceeded 10% zinc (ranging from 10.5% zinc to 18.1% zinc) illustrating the high grade nature in the core of the deposit at this elevation.

Canada Zinc Metals Corp. Provides Update on Drill Program at Akie Property

Canada Zinc Metals Corp. announced that the company's 2014 Akie delineation drill program, designed to test the perimeter and up-dip sections of the Cardiac Creek deposit, on the Akie property, has been completed. Eight drill holes totaling 2,935 meters of HQ drill core were completed and the Cardiac Creek target zone was intersected in each drill hole. A total of 715 sawn core samples, including industry-standard QA/QC samples, were taken and submitted to Acme Labs in Vancouver BC, an ISO 9001 and 17025 certified assay and geochemical analytical lab. Results are pending and the Company anticipates having all results in-hand by the end of Fall.

 

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