Callinex Mines has completed a total of seven drill holes in three target areas at their Pine Bay Project 16 kilometers east of Flin Flon. They report although the drill holes intersected significant alteration within favorable felsic volcanic rocks no material concentrations of base metal mineralization were identified in these holes. They are currently drilling a hole approximately 125 meters to the south of a discovery hole that intersected 10.3 meters grading 13.1 percent zinc equivalent mineralization including 6 percent zinc, 1.8 grams per tonne gold, 60.4 grams per tonne silver, .7 percent copper and .4 percent lead.
Callinex plans to start a drilling campaign on their New Brunswick properties in May through to July. The drill team will then be mobilized back to the Flin Flon Mining District to start a summer campaign in July at the Pine Bay Project and its newly acquired Big Island Project containing the prospective high grade Tara Deposit.