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    GOLDEN HOPE MINES (GNH.V): Explorer in Quebec mit bald 1 Mio.+ Unzen Gold ? (Seite 20)

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    reini81
    schrieb am 05.03.11 15:42:40
    Beitrag Nr. 191 (41.152.787)
    04.03.2011 23:11
    BRIEF-Golden Hope Mines gives operations update
    March 4 (Reuters) - Golden Hope Mines Ltd:

    * Announces bulk sample results from Bellechasse-Timmins

    * Says was also successful in broadening the surface area of the T1 zone

    * Was successful in demonstrating that T1 zone, 88e zone yield significantly

    higher average gold grades than indicated

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    Steines
    schrieb am 10.03.11 15:25:20
    Beitrag Nr. 192 (41.178.398)
    Golden Hope Mines Completes Winter Drilling and Releases Further Drill Results from the 88 Zone

    Golden Hope Mines Limited GNH

    3/10/2011 7:30:00 AM
    TORONTO, Mar 10, 2011 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX News Network) --


    Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX VENTURE:GNH)(OTCQX:GOLHF) is pleased to announce that it has completed its 2011 winter diamond drill campaign on the Bellechasse-Timmins gold deposit on the Bellechasse Belt of Southeastern Quebec.

    Between November 22, 2010 and February 8, 2011, the company completed 3,455 metres of drilling in 11 holes. The programme tested the on-strike and down-dip extensions of the T1 Zone, the Ascot/Road Zone, and T2 zones.

    All drill holes intersected the highly prospective quartz veined diorite. Visible gold was observed in holes BD2010-146, BD2011-152, 153, 154, 155 and 156. Visible gold was also observed in multiple locations in holes BD2011-152, 153 and 154.

    The visible gold occurrences are shown on the up-dated preliminary drill compilation map which can be viewed on the companys web site at www.goldenhopemines.com/exploration....chase_timmins_gold/maps/. A more detailed interpretation awaits receipt of assays. These holes are logged and sampled and 2451 samples sent for assay.

    Golden Hope is also pleased to report further assay results from its 2010 gold exploration campaign at the Bellechasse-Timmins gold deposit in southeastern Quebec. The results reported are from nine holes drilled in the area%2
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    Steines
    schrieb am 10.03.11 15:28:10
    Beitrag Nr. 193 (41.178.424)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.178.398 von Steines am 10.03.11 15:25:20Golden Hope Mines Completes Winter Drilling and Releases Further Drill Results from the 88 Zone

    Golden Hope Mines Limited GNH

    3/10/2011 7:30:00 AM
    TORONTO, Mar 10, 2011 (Canada NewsWire via COMTEX News Network) --


    Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSX VENTURE:GNH)(OTCQX:GOLHF) is pleased to announce that it has completed its 2011 winter diamond drill campaign on the Bellechasse-Timmins gold deposit on the Bellechasse Belt of Southeastern Quebec.

    Between November 22, 2010 and February 8, 2011, the company completed 3,455 metres of drilling in 11 holes. The programme tested the on-strike and down-dip extensions of the T1 Zone, the Ascot/Road Zone, and T2 zones.

    All drill holes intersected the highly prospective quartz veined diorite. Visible gold was observed in holes BD2010-146, BD2011-152, 153, 154, 155 and 156. Visible gold was also observed in multiple locations in holes BD2011-152, 153 and 154.

    The visible gold occurrences are shown on the up-dated preliminary drill compilation map which can be viewed on the companys web site at www.goldenhopemines.com/exploration....chase_timmins_gold/maps/. A more detailed interpretation awaits receipt of assays. These holes are logged and sampled and 2451 samples sent for assay.

    Golden Hope is also pleased to report further assay results from its 2010 gold exploration campaign at the Bellechasse-Timmins gold deposit in southeastern Quebec. The results reported are from nine holes drilled in the area of the 88 diorite.

    Assay results have been received and the preliminary compilation of data completed for BD2010-120, 122, 123, 126, 127, 128, 129, 134, and 138. The results are summarized below.

    As reported on February 15, 2011, approximately 55% of the holes completed in the 88 Diorite show visible gold in the core. This suggests that the primary gold distribution is similar to that of the T1 Zone. The bulk sampling programs of 2009/10 and 2010/11 have both demonstrated that there is a significant increase in grade through larger samples.

    "We are very encouraged by the preliminary drill results from the winter drill campaign. We are especially encouraged by the continued occurrence of visible gold in the core as it provides us with initial evidence of the potential expansion of some of the known zones including T1 and T2 at Bellechasse-Timmins.

    We are also very pleased with the drill results from the 88 diorite. The bulk sample data from the 88 zones reported on March 4, 2011 provided us with further evidence of the potential of the 88 zones. Additional exploration drilling will provide the required data to further evaluate the currently known eight mineralized zones" states Frank Candido, President, Golden Hope Mines Limited.

    Holes BD2010-122 and BD2010-123 were drilled to the southwest of the 88 diorite to outline the limits of the intrusive. Hole BD2010-126 tested for the northwestern extension of the 88 diorite. BD2010-120 and BD2010-129 were drilled to test the northeastern extent of the 88 diorite.

    Hole BD2010-126 (179.0 metres) was completed to test for the northwestern extension of the 88 diorite and intersected volcanoclastic rocks of the Etchemin Formation. The hole intersected a broad zone of brecciated siliceous volcanoclastics (possible fault) and returned low Au assay results.

    Hole BD2010-120 intersected diorite with quartz veins over a core length of 57.5 metres from 15.6 to 73.1 metres. The highest assay value from within this zone of veining(the northeast extension of the 88G Zone) is 4.36 g/t Au over a core length of 1.0 metre from 49.0 to 50.0 metres (estimated true thickness of 0.58 metres).

    Hole BD2010-129 intersected 32.05 metres of quartz veining in diorite from 116.55 to 148.6 metres southeast of the 88H Zone. An assay of is 1.72 g/t Au over a core length of 1.0 metres (estimated true thickness of 0.58 metres) was returned from 130.0 to 131.0 metres.

    Holes BD2010-127 and 128 tested the northern portion of the 88 diorite. Hole BD2010-127 (434.0 metres) intersected quartz veined diorite between 73.6 to 434.0 metres with visible gold observed in the core at 385.7 metres. This hole intersected the northeastern extension of the 88A Zone (0.58 g/t Au over a core length of 21.0 metres between 212.0 and 233.0m (estimated true thickness of 9.58 metres). Within this intersection individual one-metre intervals assayed up to 3.85 g/t Au.

    Hole BD2010-128 (245.0 metres) intersected quartz veined diorite between 52.45 and 138.45 metres and also from 190.55 to 195.6 metres, with visible gold observed in the core at 54.15 metres. The interval from 108.0 to 111.0 metres averaged 1.16 g/t Au over a core length of 3.0 metres (estimated true thickness of 1.21 metres). and appears to be from a previously unknown zone.

    Samples taken from intervals with visible gold in holes BD2010-127 and 128 returned low assay results (<0.08 g/t Au).

    Hole BD2010-134 (186.6 metres) tested the up dip projection of the quartz veining that hosted visible gold in hole BD2010-127 and shows quartz veined diorite between 110.17 and 161.93 metres. Anomalous Au assay results up to 1.33 g/t Au over a core length of 2.0 metres (estimated true thickness of 1.15 metres) from 128.0 to 130.0 metres were returned from the sampling.

    Hole BD2010-138 (253.0 metres) tested the Soil Gas Hydrocarbon geochemical anomaly located north of the Ascot/Road Zone. This hole intersected 98.75 metres of quartz veined diorite but returned no significant assays.

    This drilling has extended the 88A Zone and the 88G Zone to the northeast, and has identified two potential gold mineralized zones, one corresponding to the intersection in BD2010-129 and the second corresponding to the visible gold in BD2010-127 and anomalous gold in hole BD2010-134. Additional drilling is required to evaluate these new zones.

    The company has posted a complete table of the drill results as well as cross sections from the drill holes on its web site at http://goldenhopemines.com/explorat....se_timmins_gold/results/.

    A copy of the map and table may also be obtained by contacting Sasha Asgary of Golden Hope Mines at 514-750-8218.

    The company uses Activation Laboratories Limited in Ancaster Ontario for all assays. Actlabs is accredited to the international standard of ISO 17025 for gold analysis. All of the drill core samples sent to the Actlabs undergo initial Fire Assay treatment. Due to the presence of visible gold, any initial results over a selected threshold Au are re-assayed using total pulp metallic treatment. The Golden Hope procedure requires crushing, pulverizing and sieving the entire sample of approximately two kilograms. This company protocol can lead to delays in both receiving and reporting assay results.

    James E. Tilsley, P.Eng is acting as the qualified person (QP) for Golden Hope in compliance with National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed the technical contents of this release.

    About Golden Hope Mines Limited: Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Southeastern Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit www.goldenhopemines.com.
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    Fantomas96
    schrieb am 18.03.11 01:02:50
    Beitrag Nr. 194 (41.228.085)
    James West , Midas Letter, Abschnitt über Golden Hope Mines :

    http://www.midasletter.com/subscribers/MidasLetter_Premium_M…


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    DerRohstoffbulle
    schrieb am 19.03.11 00:36:21
    Beitrag Nr. 195 (41.235.018)
    danke für den link... ;)
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    reini81
    schrieb am 22.03.11 17:08:58
    Beitrag Nr. 196 (41.248.684)
    TORONTO, March 22 /PRNewswire/ - Golden Hope Mines Limited (OTCQX:GOLHF) is pleased to provide an exploration update on all of its targets in Southeastern Quebec, Canada.

    Since August 2009, the company's main focus has been the exploration of the Bellechasse Belt, an approximately 18 kilometre (km) belt that includes the Bellechasse-Timmins gold deposit. The Bellechasse-Timmins Gold deposit remains the company's main focus for the upcoming Spring 2011 exploration season.

    The company has simultaneously advanced a number of exploration targets outside the Bellechasse Belt and plans to further explore these targets in the 2011 exploration season.

    The Bellechasse Belt
    (Summary of previously reported data; March 1, 2010, September 22, 2010, January 20, 2011, February 15, 2011, March 4, 2011)

    The Bellechasse Belt currently includes three main areas;

    -- Bellechasse-Timmins (incl.; T1, T2A, T2B, 88, Ascot/Road)
    -- The Beland anomaly (approx. 6.2 kms southwest of
    Bellechasse-Timmins)
    -- The Laval's Mountain geochemical anomaly (approx. 9.2 kms north
    of Bellechasse-Timmins)

    Between April 13, 2010 and February 8, 2011 Golden Hope drilled a total of 74 holes or 18,442.10 metres on the Bellechasse Belt. 65 holes totaling 16,395.1 meters were drilled in the area of Bellechasse-Timmins, 3 drill holes totaling 633.0 metres at the Beland anomaly and 6 drill holes totaling 1,414.0 metres to test the Laval's Mountain geochemical anomaly. All diamond drill core has been logged and sampled with the samples sent to Activation Laboratories in Ancaster, Ontario. All drill holes have been surveyed.

    Some of the highlights from the Bellechasse-Timmins area drill results reported in 2010 include the following holes from the T1 Zone, the T2A and T2B zones;

    -- BD2010-124 4.98 grams per tonne (g/t) of gold (Au) over 13
    metres (7.41 metres estimated true thickness) on gold zone T1
    -- BD2010-125 7.57 g/t Au over 10 metres (7.31 metres estimated
    true thickness) in gold zone T2B
    -- BD-2010-132 2.03 g/t Au over 4 metres (1.69 metres estimated
    true thickness) in gold zone T1
    -- BD-2010-132 4.63 g/t Au over 3 metres (1.26 metres estimated
    true thickness) in gold zone T2B
    -- BD-2010-133 9.05 g/t Au over 9 metres (3.80 metres estimated
    true thickness) in gold zone T2A

    These results were reported on January 20, 2011 and represent highlighted assay values for 4 holes out of a total of 12 holes.

    Golden Hope has already reported on all of the outstanding drill results from the 2010 exploration season, with the exception of the six holes or 1414.0 metres (LM2010-1 to 6) from the Laval's Mountain geochemical anomaly drilled in late December, 2010 for which it is still awaiting assay results.

    Assay results and final compilation of results are also pending for 11 holes or 3,454.5 metres (BD2010-146 to 150 and BD2011-151 to 156) from the Bellechasse-Timmins area drilled during the Winter 2011 exploration campaign.

    The Winter 2011 exploration drill campaign began on January 11 and was completed on February 8. The company will report these results as soon as they are received and interpreted.

    A table of the combined results is available on the company's web site at www.goldenhopemines.com.

    The company was extremely pleased with the 2010 drill results as a number of important developments resulted from the campaign.

    These developments include:

    -- Extension of the T1 Zone on strike from 110 metres (m) to 130
    metres.
    -- T2A extended from 310 m to 340 metres
    -- T2B extended from 240 m to 290 metres.
    -- Exploration of the 88 Diorite outlined two new zones giving a
    current total of 8 zones with drill-confirmed strike lengths up
    to 100m. These mineralized zones are open along strike and to
    depth.
    -- Intersection of visible gold at the Beland anomaly,
    approximately 6.2 kms southwest of Bellechasse-Timmins.
    -- Tracing the mineralized Ascot/Road Zone for approximately 600
    metres on strike.

    The company is also very encouraged by initial interpretation of the Winter 2011 drill holes. As reported in March 10, 2011, visible gold was observed in three of the holes, BD2011-152, 155, and 156, 85m to 165m on strike northeast of T1 at a vertical depth of approximately 350 metres suggesting further extension of the T1 Zone to the northeast. "As the T1 zone currently represents the company's largest tonnage potential and most delineated zone, this recent development is very exciting" stated Mr. Frank Candido, President of Golden Hope Mines.

    Golden Hope has also identified another target, Sugar Bush, approximately 6 kilometres to the north of Bellechasse-Timmins. This target is drill ready and is scheduled to be tested in the 2011 diamond drill exploration campaign. Other targets along the belt are also being investigated.

    Bulk Sampling

    Golden Hope also completed two very important bulk-sampling programs over the past two exploration seasons.

    In October 2009, the company began a bulk-sampling program at Bellechasse-Timmins with the main focus being the T1 Zone.

    The purpose of the bulk sample program was two-fold:

    -- to further explore the known zones at Bellechasse-Timmins where
    the mineralization comes to surface
    -- to further investigate the nature of the distribution of gold
    in the Bellechasse-Timmins mineralized zones that causes
    diamond drill sampling to considerably underestimate the
    average grade

    On March 1, 2010, the company reported the results of the 2009/10 bulk-sampling program. The company successfully trenched across the strike on the T1 Zone and exposed the mineralized rock at surface. The approximately 720 tonnes bulk sample program yielded an average result of 3.0 g/t Au at T1 Zone.

    This result provided the company with valuable information when comparing the average grade of the drill holes immediately below the trenches. The bulk sample results yielded an approximately 50% increase in grade. The mineralized surface exposure indicates that larger bulk samples from the same mineralized zones are required to establish a higher confidence level in the indicated grade than can be achieved from drill core assays alone.

    The company was unable to expose the mineralized zone at surface on the T2 Zone and therefore the results reported from that zone were not representative of the grade potential.

    On March 4, 2011, the company reported the results from the 2010/11 bulk-sampling program. The company successfully trenched and exposed across the strike a larger portion of the T1 Zone and the 88E Zone in the 88 Diorite.

    Once again the company was successful in demonstrating that both the T1 Zone and the 88E Zone yield significantly higher average gold grades than indicated by assaying diamond drill cores.

    When compiled with the previous bulk sampling completed in 2009/10 by Golden Hope Mines Limited as well as by previous companies (Blackhawk Mining Ltd. and Privex Mines Ltd.) at the T1 Zone, an area of approximately 4120 square metres is outlined at surface by 80 samples (>0.5 g/t Au) that yield an average of 2.84 g/t Au.

    The results from two trenches across the strike of the 88E Zone yielded 1.85 g/t Au over the entire length of trench 8810B (14.0 metres) with the interval between 6.0 and 12.0 metres averaging 3.37 g/t Au, and an average grade of 2.89 g/t Au over the entire length of trench 8810C (15.0 metres) with the interval between 0.0 and 6.0 metres averaging 6.49 g/t Au.

    Anomalous gold results were returned from the other trenches suggesting that, as is observed at T2A, mineralization cut in diamond drill holes does not necessarily extend to surface.

    The results from the two large bulk-sampling programs completed and previously reported on by Golden Hope demonstrate that the diamond drill sample assay results significantly underestimate the average grade of the zones. These bulk sample results provide the company with important information to aggressively continue its program of exploring and defining the zones that hold the potential for very large tonnage.

    A copy of the map with all of the drill holes including the holes outstanding can be viewed on the company's web site at www.goldenhopemines.com.

    Other Targets in Southeastern Quebec
    (Exploration results from the 2010 Field Season)

    Golden Hope has a number of other targets outside of the Bellechasse Belt and within different geological settings. The company has been advancing these targets through continued exploration since August 2009 and some are now drill ready.

    The FSG Target

    The FSG anomaly is favourable for both gold and base metals mineralization. A soil gas hydrocarbon geochemical survey was completed and the results were reported on October 28, 2009. The results indicate that four areas may be underlain by gold mineralization and three by base metals VMS mineralization.

    2010 Exploration highlights include;

    -- 426 outcrops were prospected and 79 samples sent for
    geochemistry
    -- 12 samples returned gold values ranging from 3 parts per
    billion (ppb) to 180 ppb Au
    -- an anomalous gold zone was identified along the boundaries of
    the same volcanic unit that contains the CouCou showing;
    -- implying that the CouCou mineralized breccia may extend
    farther.
    -- anomalous gold values were also obtained near/along strike the
    FSG Anomaly.

    The FSG target is drill ready.

    The St-Luc (Roux) Target

    The St-Luc (Roux) target is most likely similar to that exposed in the highway rock exposure near Sherbrooke, Quebec and especially seen in some Californian gold deposits where the rock, a listwaenite containing fuschite adjacent to an ultramafic intrusion, carries high gold values.

    2010 Exploration Highlights Include;

    -- Geological mapping and sampling
    -- 153 outcrops were prospected and 20 samples sent for
    geochemistry
    -- several ultramafic to mafic bodies were mapped, including an
    altered listwaenite
    -- one sample returned a copper value of 1390 ppm in a schist next
    to altered and deformed mafic/ultramafic rocks and another
    returned a chromium value of 6940 ppm in a deformed and altered
    ultramafic rock

    The St-Luc (Roux) target is drill ready.

    Chute du Bras

    The Chute du Bras property was acquired in 2008 on the basis of a 21 g/t Au result (grab sample) obtained during an exploration campaign in 1998. In the summer 2008 exploration program, 6 grab samples returned values between 1 g/t Au and 8 g/t Au at Chute du Bras. The company is currently looking for an extension to the showing to improve tonnage potential.

    LG Showing

    Grab samples containing gold values between 1 to 2 g/t Au approximately 4km north-east of Chute du Bras were found in 2009 while mapping for a possible Chute du Bras extension. Further exploration is necessary to uncover the nature and size of the prospect.

    Moose Cliff

    The Moose Cliff prospect was indicated by regional geophysical analyses (Frank Glass, 2008), rock structures, type of rocks and gold-copper anomalies reported in this area by a prospector in the 1990s (Cranbourne showing). An anomalous gold region was identified near the contact between mafic volcanics and hematized mafic volcanic rocks.

    2010 Exploration Highlights Include;

    -- a soil gas hydrocarbon geochemistry survey was completed which
    identified 1 gold anomalous zone and 1 VMS anomalous zone
    -- 225 outcrops were prospected and 27 samples were sent for
    geochemistry
    -- 10 grab samples returned values between 6 to 51 ppb Au
    -- 2 new copper showings were identified: the Einna showing (1520
    ppm copper (Cu)) and the Eilime showing (5200 ppm Cu)

    Talon

    The Talon prospect includes historical nickel and copper prospects on a cross-cutting structure near the contact of ultramafic and basaltic rocks.

    2010 Exploration Highlights Include;

    -- a soil gas hydrocarbon geochemistry campaign led to identification of 1 gold anomalous zone and 1 VMS anomalous zone. -- 205 outcrops were prospected and 45 samples sent for geochemistry -- 10 samples returned gold values ranging from 5 to 74 ppb Au and 4 returned copper values between 1270 ppm and 7850 ppm. -- 3 new copper showings were identified: the Happy Leaves (7850 ppm Cu) and Parfum d'Ours (1270 ppm and 3680 ppm Cu) showings in ultramafic rocks and the Paradise-A showing (4120 ppm Cu) in red mudshale adjacent to an ultramafic body. -- the presence of a main, larger system that could be the source for the copper (and nickel), with the possibility of a gold-hosting system.

    Since late 2009, Golden Hope has succeeded in expanding the currently known mineralized zones, reported positive results from two large bulk sample programs demonstrating the grade potential of the currently known zones and increased substantially the tonnage potential at Bellechasse-Timmins.

    While there are many challenges that the company must still overcome, especially the fact that we are in an underexplored area of Quebec, and despite a staking rush in the area since mid 2009, Golden Hope Mines is currently the only company within the area with an advanced exploration program. Since September 2010, Golden Hope's share price has been under substantial downward pressure. However, the Company believes that, given its positive exploration results to date, its share price no longer reflects the immediate and long term potential for the deposit.

    The company is well financed and expectations for 2011 are high. Golden Hope is anxiously waiting for the balance of the results from the 2010 exploration campaign as well as the winter 2011 exploration campaign. The company is currently working on its 2011 exploration season plan which it will report to the market as soon as possible.
    James E. Tilsley, P.Eng. is acting as the qualified person (QP) for Golden Hope Mines in compliance with National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed the technical contents of this release. Mr. Tilsley is a consultant to Golden Hope Mines.

    The company uses Activation Laboratories Limited in Ancaster Ontario for all assays. Actlabs is accredited to the international standard of ISO 17025 for gold analysis.

    About Golden Hope Mines Limited:

    Golden Hope is a mineral exploration company that seeks to grow shareholder value through the acquisition, exploration and development of potentially large-scale gold and base metal projects suitable for underground and/or open-pit mining. The company's focus is in Quebec, Canada. The Bellechasse gold project in Southeastern Quebec includes the Timmins 1, Timmins 2 and Ascot gold zones, the new FSG volcanic environment targets and a number of recently claimed ultra basic/serpentine bodies. For further information on Golden Hope Mines Limited please visit www.goldenhopemines.com.

    Forward-Looking Information:

    This release includes certain statements that may be deemed "forward-looking statements". All statements in this release, other than statements of historical facts, that address future production, reserve potential, exploration drilling, exploitation activities, share price potential and events or developments that the company expects are forward-looking statements. Although the company believes the expectations expressed in such statements are based on reasonable assumptions, such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those in the statements. Various factors could cause actual results to differ materially from those in forward-looking statements. These include market prices, exploitation and exploration successes, continued availability of capital and financing, and general economic, market or business conditions. Investors are cautioned that any such statements are not guarantees of future performance and actual results or developments may differ materially from those projected in the forward-looking statements. For more information on the company, investors should review Golden Hope's registered filings at www.sedar.com.

    Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

    Golden Hope Mines Limited
    Frank Candido
    President, Director
    514-750-8218
    416-864-0175 (FAX)
    fcandido@goldenhopemines.com or info@goldenhopemines.com
    www.goldenhopemines.com

    or

    Public Relations Canada:
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    Corporate Communications
    1-866-460-0408

    or

    Investor Relations USA:
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    305-918-7000

    Golden Hope Mines Limited

    CONTACT: Golden Hope Mines Limited
    Frank Candido
    President, Director
    514-750-8218
    416-864-0175 (FAX)
    fcandido@goldenhopemines.com or info@goldenhopemines.com
    www.goldenhopemines.com

    or

    Public Relations Canada:
    Paradox Public Relations
    Corporate Communications
    1-866-460-0408

    or

    Investor Relations USA:
    American Capital Ventures
    Richard Hull
    305-918-7000




    © 2011 PR Newswire
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    Fantomas96
    schrieb am 24.03.11 00:43:27
    Beitrag Nr. 197 (41.256.990)
    Interview with CEO Frank Candido

    http://agoracom.com/ir/GoldenHope/forums/discussion/topics/4…


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    reini81
    schrieb am 31.03.11 21:34:59
    Beitrag Nr. 198 (41.299.998)
    Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 41.256.990 von Fantomas96 am 24.03.11 00:43:27Hallo,

    hab Golden Hope verkauft....

    heute gehts wieder ziemlich runter, wollte nicht mehr zusehen (auf/ab).....gibt ja viele andere Werte....

    Viele Grüße

    reini81
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    supernova1712
    schrieb am 03.04.11 21:48:22
    Beitrag Nr. 199 (41.310.774)
    James West meint:

    Golden Hope Mines Ltd. (TSX.V:GNH) has suffered negative press from individuals who have never set foot on the property but who, unfortunately, have an audience among those ill-equipped to recognize bad information. We're still believers in the 20-kilometer trend theory, as are numerous others in the region that includes a company with management in common with Osisko.

    http://www.theaureport.com/pub/na/9118

    Freundliche Grüße
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    allida
    schrieb am 19.04.11 19:53:31
    Beitrag Nr. 200 (41.391.024)
    PRESS RELEASES 4/19/2011 8:00:00 AM
    Golden Hope Retains SGS Canada Inc. - Geostat and GENIVAR as Independent Consultants to its Bellechasse Gold Project in Southeastern Quebec

    GNH: TSX Venture GOLHF: OTCQX

    TORONTO, April 19 /PRNewswire/ - Golden Hope Mines Limited (TSXV: GNH)(OTCQX:GOLHF) is pleased to announce that it has retained the services of SGS Canada Inc. - Geostat ("SGS") as an independent consultant to its Bellechasse Gold Project in southeastern Quebec.

    SGS will provide Golden Hope with technical assistance with coarse gold sampling and ore body modeling leading to a resource evaluation update by the end of 2011, early 2012.

    SGS has over 25 years of experience in providing the mining industry with computer-assisted ore reserve estimation services using mainly geo-statistical techniques. SGS is known globally as the expert in ore body modeling and reserve evaluation. SGS utilizes the disciplines of geology, statistics, and mining engineering to provide its clients with accurate and timely reserve and modeling solutions.

    SGS is a pioneer in computer-based ore body modeling and resource estimation, providing these services since 1981. SGS has provided modeling and resource estimation solutions to companies involved in the mining of gold and precious metals, base metals, iron ore, coal, uranium, diamonds and industrial minerals.

    SGS produces independent qualification reports for companies worldwide including due diligence audits, technical reports, property evaluation, prefeasibility studies and certification of reserves.

    Golden Hope is also pleased to retain the services of GENIVAR, one of the largest engineering firms in Canada.

    GENIVAR's multidisciplinary team is made up of experienced professionals and technicians with a solid track record in the areas of impact studies, environmental audits, environmental systems implementation and maintenance, water, air and soil characterizations, and environmental monitoring.

    GENIVAR has developed an integrated approach to projects where the Corporation's environmental scientists are involved in the start-up and completion of most projects where environmental considerations are important. GENIVAR will provide Golden Hope with an audit of its environmental compliance in order to meet all legal requirements and obligations as it continues to explore the Bellechasse Gold Belt in southeastern Quebec.

    "We are extremely excited about working with two world class firms such as SGS and GENIVAR. As we continue to move towards delineating a gold resource in southeastern Quebec, having independent and qualified partners such as these will help us in achieving those goals" states Frank Candido, President, Golden Hope Mines Limited.

    On behalf of the Board of Directors; Frank Candido, President and Director