Kivalliq Energy Corp. Announces Change of Corporate Secretary
Apr 29 13
Kivalliq Energy Corp. announced the appointment of Ms. Brenda Nowak as Corporate Secretary, effective immediately. As Corporate Secretary, Ms. Nowak will be responsible for legal and regulatory compliance activities and assisting with equity financings, joint ventures and general corporate/commercial work. Ms. Nowak has over 16 years of work experience in the securities legal industry, including working with International Northair Mines. Prior to these positions, Brenda was a paralegal with DuMoulin Black LLP and held positions with Nexus Venture Capital Lawyers and Aber Diamond Corporation. This appointment comes with the departure of Ms. Blair Lockhart as Corporate Secretary.
Kivalliq Energy Corp. Drills New Zone Between Eastern Extension and J4 Zones
Apr 17 13
Kivalliq Energy Corp. announced, as part of Phase 1 of the 2013 exploration program, the discovery of radioactive mineralization associated with a geophysical conductor located between, and along strike from, the Eastern Extension and J4/Ray Zones at the 340,268 acre Angilak Property in Nunavut Territory, Canada. Exploration progress in 2013 to date includes: Five diamond drill holes totaling 584 metres focused on linear geophysical targets between Eastern Extension and J4-Ray resource areas of the Lac 50 Trend. Five of five holes from two sites have intersected anomalous radioactivity. 573 line kilometres of ground resistivity electromagnetic (EM) surveying to prioritize targets in Lac 50 Trend J1 Zone Discovery Radioactive mineralization has been intersected in five of five holes drilled from two drill sites along 150 metres of strike length approximately 800 metres west of the J4 and Ray zones. The new J1 Zone is a one kilometre long EM conductor located along strike of, and midway between, the Eastern Extension and J4 resource areas. The J1 Zone has been intersected at depths between 27.5 and 77.5 vertical metres. Five of five holes from two sites have intersected anomalous radioactivity with values ranging from 130 to 12,000 counts per second ("cps") in down hole widths of 0.2 to 0.5 metres. Mineralization at J1 occurs as narrow carbonate veins in sheared, hematized, sulphidic graphitic tuff within a larger sequence of basalt and gabbro, similar to the lithological units hosting mineralization at J4, Ray and Lac Cinquante. All holes in target areas were drilled northeast with azimuths 26 degrees at inclinations between -45 and -89 degrees. The first phase of 2013 exploration commenced with the mobilization of crews and equipment to the Nutaaq camp in March, with one diamond drill rig now operating. Kivalliq is fully funded to drill high priority targets from March to June and perform geophysical activities in key areas that must be completed before ice break-up. As part of the Phase 1 program, Kivalliq intends to drill approximately 3000 metres of NQ core, with one diamond drill rig, on advanced targets within the Lac 50 Trend and new targets such as Dipole and VGR located on the western side of the Angilak Property. Pending results and subject to capital market conditions, Kivalliq will continue the second phase of the proposed 2013 Exploration Program at Angilak, announced February 5 and revised on April 2, 2013. Half-spilt core samples from holes drilled at the Angilak Property, with anomalous radioactivity levels between 130 and 12,000 cps measured to date, will be sent to Saskatchewan Research Council Geoanalytical Laboratories ("SRC") for analysis. The SRC facility operates in accordance with ISO/IEC 17025:2005 (CAN-P-4E), General Requirements for the Competence of Mineral Testing and Calibration laboratories and is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada. Kivalliq's quality assurance and quality control procedures include the systematic insertion of blanks and standards into the drill core sample string. Chemical assay results from this drill program will be reported by Kivalliq upon receipt. Natural gamma radiation in drill core was measured in counts per second using a hand-held Radiation Solutions Inc. RS-121 scintillometer or RS-230 spectrometer. Kivalliq cautions that scintillometer readings are not directly related to uranium grade and are only used to indicate zones of radioactive material. Jeff Ward, P.Geo, President of Kivalliq and a Qualified Person for Kivalliq, has reviewed and approved the scientific and technical information contained in this release.
Kivalliq Energy Corp. Presents at AGORACOM Online Uranium Conference, Mar-21-2013 through Mar-22-2013
Mar 19 13
Kivalliq Energy Corp. Presents at AGORACOM Online Uranium Conference, Mar-21-2013 through Mar-22-2013. Presentation Date(s): Mar-21-2013. Mar-22-2013.