Canuc Resources Corporation has announced that diamond drilling is scheduled to commence on its Mill Village gold property in Nova Scotia by mid-November.
A minimum of 1,000 metres will be drilled on two main target areas developed during the 2012 exploration season, the Hornet and 667 grids respectively.
During May 2012, 19.475 kilometers of induced polarization (I.P.) surveying was conducted over portions of both the Hornet and 667 grids defining 20 significant individual I.P. anomalies distributed along four linear trends.
The geophysical data was further reviewed and up to seven first-priority diamond drill holes were recommended by Gerard Lambert, P. Eng, Consulting Geophysicist.
Upon compilation of the 2012 exploration information and geophysical data, 11 holes have been selected for the first round of drilling with eight holes to be drilled on the Hornet grid and three on the 667.
Canuc is a junior mining company with its principal exploration properties in Ecuador and Nova Scotia. Canuc's main holding is an approximate 85% interest in the Nambija Gold deposit in south-eastern Ecuador.