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25.03.07 20:41:28
Galore Resources ein kleiner kanadischer Wert. Galore exploriert hauptsächlich in Nordamerika. Hat für 2007 ein aggressives Bohrprogramm geplant. Einfach auf die Watchliste legen.

Share Structure (Post Financing)
Reserved Trading Symbol: GRI
Requested Listing: TSX Venture
Projected Shares Issued (Post IPO): 18,217,501
Fully diluted (Post IPO): 30,580,001
Warrants: 10,562,500 @ $0.40-$0.60
Options: 1,800,000 @$0.40
Working Capital (Post IPO): $3,000,000
Work Capital (Fully diluted): $8,780,000

2007 Program
March Airborne over drill targets
April Data compilation
Satellite imagery analysis
2006 sample analysis
May 2400-metre drilling program
June Drilling continues
July - October Ongoing program to further identify
additional drill targets
Further exploration on newly outlined
epithermal gold potential

http://www.galoreresources.com

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10.04.07 07:30:36
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA, Mar 28, 2007 (CCNMatthews via COMTEX News Network) --

Galore Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:GRI) announced today that it has arranged a non-brokered private placement with the MineralFields Group of $2 million (CDN) consisting of 4,210,526 flow-through units priced at $0.475. Subject to regulatory approval, each unit will be comprised of one flow-through share and one-half of a non-flow-through warrant. Each whole warrant will be exercisable into one common share at a price of $0.75 in the first year after closing, and at a price of $1.25 in the second year after closing. All securities issued in conjunction with this financing will be subject to a four month hold period.

In conjunction with the financing, Limited Market Dealer Inc. will be paid a cash finders fee of 5% of the subscription proceeds and broker's compensation options for non-flow-through units equal to 10% of the units sold. The options will be exercisable at a price of $0.475 per unit for a period of 24 months from date of closing. Each unit will be comprised of one non-flow-through share and one-half of a non-flow-through warrant. The warrant will be on the same terms as the subscribers' warrants.

"This is another important milestone in our early history," said Michael Byrne, Galore's president. We look forward to working with MineralFields Group as we continue to develop our Taseko Lake holdings in southwestern BC and proceed with our planned acquisition program."

Galore recently completed its Initial Public Offering in mid-March of this year, raising $2.7 million. To find out more about Galore Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:GRI), visit our website at www.galoreresources.com.

The newly announced financing is subject to TSX acceptance.
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17.04.07 23:18:53
4/16/2007 6:15:37 PM ET News Release Index


FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE April 16, 2007 GALORE CLOSES $2 MILLION FINANCING WITH MINERALFIELDS

Vancouver, BC - Galore Resources Inc. (GRI-TSX-V) announces that it has closed its non-brokered private placement offering to raise Cdn $2 million, first announced on March 28, 2007. The total number of securities issued to the MineralFields Group in the financing consisted of 4,210,522 flow-through units priced at $0.475.

Each unit consists of one flow-through common share and one-half of one non-flow-through share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant is exercisable into one common share at a price of $0.75 in the first year after closing, and at a price of $1.00 in the second year after closing.

The company may elect to give thirty days written notice to the holders of warrants, stating that the expiry time of the warrants is accelerated if, within one year of closing of the private placement, the common shares of the company trade for thirty consecutive trading days at or above a trading price of $1.15 per common share, or, if during the second year following closing, the common shares of the company trade for thirty consecutive trading days at or above a trading price of $1.40 per common share.

A finder�s fee was paid to Limited Market Dealer Inc., consisting of $97,500 cash and a broker�s compensation option to purchase 410,525 non flow-through units at $0.475 per unit for a period of two years from closing. Each of these non-flow through units are exercisable into one common share and one-half of one share purchase warrant. The warrants have the same terms as the warrants issued in the private placement.

The securities issued by the Company in connection with this offering are subject to a statutory hold period which expires on August 13th, 2007.

About MineralFields and Pathway
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22.04.07 21:44:59
GALORE CLOSES $2 MILLION FINANCING WITH MINERALFIELDS

April 20, 2007 11:48:00 AM

Galore Resources Inc. (GRI-TSX-V) announces that it has closed its non-brokered private placement offering to raise Cdn $2 million, first announced on March 28, 2007. The total number of securities issued to the MineralFields Group in the financing consisted of 4,210,522 flow-through units priced at $0.475.

Each unit consists of one flow-through common share and one-half of one non-flow-through share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant is exercisable into one common share at a price of $0.75 in the first year after closing, and at a price of $1.00 in the second year after closing.

The company may elect to give thirty days written notice to the holders of warrants, stating that the expiry time of the warrants is accelerated if, within one year of closing of the private placement, the common shares of the company trade for thirty consecutive trading days at or above a trading price of $1.15 per common share, or, if during the second year following closing, the common shares of the company trade for thirty consecutive trading days at or above a trading price of $1.40 per common share.

A finder’s fee was paid to Limited Market Dealer Inc., consisting of $97,500 cash and a broker’s compensation option to purchase 410,525 non flow-through units at $0.475 per unit for a period of two years from closing. Each of these non-flow through units are exercisable into one common share and one-half of one share purchase warrant. The warrants have the same terms as the warrants issued in the private placement.

The securities issued by the Company in connection with this offering are subject to a statutory hold period which expires on August 13th, 2007.
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25.04.07 22:47:40
Galore Launches $1.6 Million Taseko Exploration & Drill Program

April 25, 2007 10:47:00 AM

Galore Resources Inc. (GRI-TSX-V) announces its 2007 exploration and drill program on the 48,000 hectare (185 square miles) Taseko Project in southwestern B.C. The company will spend $1.6 million on the gold, copper, and molybdenum targets.

The program will commence in May, with a 2,000 line kilometer airborne magnetometer and electromagnetic survey. The survey will be followed by a program mapping, prospecting and geochemical sampling. A fifteen person, helicopter- supported, exploration crew will be based at the company camp.

In addition to the geophysical targets, the company is compiling and evaluating past exploration data and evaluating these data against alteration patterns, which are defined by a previous geological work and satellite -image analysis.

Targets will be tested by a 2,400-metre drill program, commencing in early July.

The property covers regional structures midway between the former Bralorne gold mine and the Prosperity (Fish Lake) porphyry copper-gold deposit. Eighteen documented mineral prospects are located on the property, which is located 150 kilometers southwest of Williams Lake, B.C. Primary exploration targets are road accessible.

The program is being funded by two recent financings which totaled $ 4,700,000.

To find out more about Galore Resources Inc. (TSX-V: GRI), visit our website at www.galoreresources.com.

GALORE RESOURCES INC.
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11.05.07 22:29:36
Galore Resources Inc. (TSX-V: GRI) has entered into an option agreement with Landmark Minerals Inc. (TSX-V: LML) whereby Galore may acquire a 50% joint-venture interest in Landmark's 100% owned uranium properties and surrounding area located in the Northwest Territories, Canada.

The area of interest, east of Yellowknife, and covered by the Galore-Landmark option agreement is underlain by Archean metamorphic and igneous rocks which are unconformably overlain by Proterozoic continental and marine sandstone, quartzite, conglomerate, and dolomite. Numerous uranium occurrences have been identified by prior programs. Reported grades range from 0.1% to over 6% U3O8. The geological setting is not unlike the Athabasca Basin in Saskatchewan, where the world's largest and richest uranium deposits are found.

Under the agreement, Galore has the right to earn an initial 50% interest in Landmark's existing properties and in all new acquisitions, including third-party claims, which may be obtained by either party within the agreement area enclosing Landmark's existing properties. To date the partners have acquired a total of 230 square kilometers by staking. To exercise the option, Galore is required to issue to Landmark 50,000 Galore shares and spend $2 million on acquisition and exploration costs by October 1, 2009. This includes a 2007 commitment of $600,000, which must be spent by December 31, 2007. Galore has the further right to increase its interest from 50% to 60% in one contiguous claim block of up to 100 square kilometers, at Galore's election, by spending an additional $1 million on the selected claim block within 13 months of earning its 50% interest.

"We are looking forward to exploring our NWT properties with Galore," said Harmen Keyser, president of Landmark. "This agreement leverages our exposure to exploration success and capitalizes on our complementary technical skills."

"This option agreement diversifies Galore's project portfolio, provides us with very attractive uranium plays in an under-explored, highly prospective belt and it gives us access to Landmark's uranium exploration talents" said Michael Byrne, president of Galore. "We are aggressively moving on to the next phase of exploration with detailed airborne geophysical surveys and ground follow-up. These properties have substantial upside in exploration potential for uranium, copper, and several other commodities."

The exploration program will be directed by Galore's vice-president of exploration, Uwe Schmidt, P.Geo., who is the company's qualified Person.

The agreement is subject to regulatory approval.


To find out more about Galore Resources Inc. (TSX-V: GRI), visit our website at www.galoreresources.com.


About Galore Resources Inc.

Galore Resources Inc. is a mineral exploration company based in British Columbia. The company owns and has options to acquire 100% interest in mineral titles to 48,081 hectares (185 sq. miles) covering numerous exploration targets for copper, molybdenum, gold and silver in the Taseko Lakes region in southwest British Columbia.
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13.06.07 18:07:27
Der Report auf sedar ist zwar umfangreich, aber interessant!
Jan 9 2007 / Technical report(s) / PDF / 4187 K
www.sedar.com/DisplayCompanyDocuments.do?lang=EN&issuerNo=00…

Bereits zuvor wurden Gold- und Silber-Samples mit tlws. hohen Graden an Mineralisierung gefunden. Molybdän ebenfalls.

Mal sehen, was die Exploration 2007 so hervorzaubert...
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15.07.07 16:03:37
Galore and Landmark Release Details on Uranium Targets and Exploration Program in N.W.T.

July 12, 2007 9:49:00 AM

Landmark Minerals Inc. (TSX VENTURE: LML) and Galore Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE: GRI) announce the commencement of a uranium exploration program to cover a 220-square-kilometre land position 150 kilometres southeast of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories. The properties are located on the East Arm of Great Slave Lake and are accessible by lake barge from Yellowknife, Hay River, and Pine Point.

Landmark and Galore hold a commanding land position in the Athapuscow basin, an area which is under explored despite favourable geology, known high-grade uranium occurrences, and excellent access. The partners are continuing compilation of an extensive historic database, and have mobilized an exploration crew to carry out a systematic program of prospecting, mapping, and sampling to prioritize drill targets.

A total of six properties, owned 100% by Landmark and subject to an earn-in with Galore, have been staked along a 200-kilometre belt within the Athapuscow Aulocogen. The Athapuscow Aulocogen is a non-metamorphosed, intracratonic, sedimentary basin of mid-Proterozoic age covering an area of 70 x 250 kilometres. The basin contains mostly clastic sedimentary rocks including fluvial sandstone and shale locally containing graphite and bitumen. Dolomite and volcanic sequences are also known. It overlies uranium-enriched Archean crystalline rocks with a regolith, preserved at the unconformity, which contains chemical traps such as graphite capable of reacting with uranium-bearing groundwater to precipitate uranium. The overall geological setting is similar to the Athabasca Basin in northern Saskatchewan which hosts the world's richest large uranium deposits.

Uranium mineralization was first discovered and explored on ground now covered by the Landmark-Galore claims in the 1960's through to the early 1980's. A compilation of previous exploration data has identified multiple exploration targets on the existing properties as follows:

Meridian Lake

The Meridian Lake property covers 36.8 square kilometres near the east end of the East Arm of Great Slave Lake. Reports obtained from the International Atomic Energy Agency in Vienna state that, "Grab assays from trenches on a 120-metre x 335-metre zone show remarkably high grades of 2.6 to 6.7% U3O8." Anomalous values of copper, cobalt, silver, and gold are variably associated with uranium minerals, as well as hematite, graphite, and sulfides. All of the known uranium mineralization is in clastic sediments. The potential for uranium at the underlying unconformity has not been addressed. The regolith at the underlying unconformity was identified in 1969, which was before the significance of regolith-hosted unconformity-style uranium was recognized in the Athabasca Basin.

Toopon Lake

At Toopon Lake, a total of three uranium targets have been identified on the 23-square-kilometre property. Bedrock exposures are dominated by dolomite, sandstone, shale, and felsic tuff. Primary and secondary uranium mineralization reportedly grading from 0.01% to 0.56% U3O8 appears to be stratigraphically controlled.

Union Island

The Union Island property covers 40.6 square kilometers. It is underlain by dolomite, carbonaceous mudstone, and graphitic slates unconformably overlying crystalline basement. Quartz-hematite breccias have been identified at the unconformity. Primary and secondary uranium mineralization in fractured dolomites and slates near the unconformity was tested with 12 drill holes in 1968 and 1981. Results of up to 0.184% U3O8 across an apparent intercept of 1.7 metres and another zone of 0.092% U3O8 across 3.0 metres, including 0.195% across 1.3 metres, have been reported.

Wilson Island

The Wilson Island property covers 61.9 square kilometres, and it is underlain by hematitic sandstone and orthoquartzite. Multiple zones of uranium mineralization identified by prior work programs consist of secondary uranium minerals controlled by a complex set of fractures in hematitic sandstone. Assays of up to 2.17% U3O8 and 125 grams of silver per tonne have been reported.

Simpson Island

Two separate properties on Simpson Island cover a total area of 27.4 square kilometres. Small veins containing from background up to 24% U3O8 and 188 grams of silver per tonne have been reported in hematitic sandstones.

Preble Island

Claims covering a total of 34.7 square kilometres enclose over 200 radiometric anomalies identified by Seru Nucleaire in 1979. Various primary and secondary uranium and copper minerals are associated with hematite- and calcite-filled fractures in basalt, conglomerate, and sandstone. Selected surface samples are reported to have assayed from 0.1 to 6.6% U3O8. Two drill holes completed in 1979 failed to reach the pre-Athapuscow unconformity, and did not adequately test the structurally controlled nature of known mineralization exposed on surface.

All of the East Arm properties contain uranium mineralization related to faults and fractures in Athapuscow sediments. Most of the mineralization is dominated by secondary uranium minerals in variably oxidized rocks, and is locally accompanied by enrichments in gold, silver, copper, and zinc. The possibility that the known surficial showings represent uranium minerals remobilized from a deeper primary source, such as uranium along the pre-Athapuscow unconformity, or uranium in a sub-surface reduced zone, has not been adequately tested by prior work programs.

Background

On May 10, 2007, Landmark announced an option agreement with Galore Resources Inc. whereby Galore can acquire a 50% joint venture interest in Landmark's properties. To exercise the option, Galore is required to spend $2 million on acquisition and exploration costs by October 1, 2009, including a commitment of $600,000 by December 31, 2007, and has issued 50,000 shares to Landmark. Galore has the further right to increase its interest from 50% to 60% in one contiguous claim block of up to 100 square kilometres, at Galore's selection, by spending an additional $1 million on the selected claim block within 13 months of earning its 50% interest.

Landmark Minerals is a junior exploration company based in Vancouver, Canada with uranium properties in Newfoundland, New Brunswick, Quebec, Northwest Territories, Yukon, and Alaska. In addition to the NWT alliance with Galore Resources, Landmark is partnered with Ucore Uranium at Bokan Mountain, Alaska and two Newfoundland properties.

ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF LANDMARK MINERALS INC.

Harmen J. Keyser, P.Geol., President

Contacts:
Landmark Minerals Inc.
Harmen J. Keyser, P.Geol.
President
(604) 801-5432
(604) 662-8829 (FAX)
Website:
www.landmarkminerals.com
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23.07.07 02:13:19
Antwort auf Beitrag Nr.: 29.877.810 von snowder am 13.06.07 18:07:27:rolleyes:
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17.10.07 10:27:49
9/19/2007 3:42:11 PM ET News Release Index


Galore Resources Samples 0.31% U308 at Great Slave Lake, NWT

Vancouver, BC- Galore Resources Inc. (TSX-V: GRI) announces the initial results from three of the six joint-venture properties held with Ucore Uranium Inc. in the Great Slave Lake uranium area located 140 kilometres southeast of Yellowknife, NWT.
Uranium analyses have been completed on 122 rock samples collected by Galore from the Union, Simpson and Preble Island properties. Results indicate that the most significant mineralization occurs in two areas on Union Island. One of these very encouraging areas also reports high precious-metal assays.
Of the eight rock-chip and grab samples taken at the northeast end of the Union Island property, five exceed 2,000 ppm uranium with two of these exceeding the uranium analytical limit of 4,000 ppm. These samples also contain silver, ranging from 389 to 2,479 grams per tonne, and gold ranging from 0.11 to 2.4 grams per tonne. The best chip sample, over a length of 1.6 metres, returned 2,652 ppm uranium (0.31% U3O8 equiv), 2,479 grams of silver per tonne and 0.11 grams of gold per tonne.
A highly radioactive zone located on southwest Union Island, returns analyses ranging from 65 to 2,420 ppm uranium. This zone was tested by rock-chip sampling panels, which measure one metre wide by one to two metres long. Forty-two continuous panel samples, a total length of over 52 metres, returned a range of analyses from 65 to 1,380 ppm uranium and a distance-weighted average of 330 ppm uranium.
Included is a continuous nine-metre interval averaging 923 ppm uranium (0.11% U3O8 equiv), which also includes a two-metre interval of 1,086 ppm uranium (0.13% U3O8 equiv) and a four-metre interval of 1,280 ppm uranium (0.15% U3O8 equiv). A second radioactive zone, located 15 metres to the southwest of the main zone, averages 1,013 ppm uranium (0.12% U3O8 equiv) over 4.5 metres and includes a sample of 2,420 ppm uranium (0.28% U3O8 equiv) over 0.5 metres.
The 14 rock samples collected on the Preble Island property confirm earlier reported radioactive anomalies. Samples return anomalous uranium, copper and silver analyses from fracture-controlled centres of radioactivity. Thirty rock samples were collected on the Simpson Island property. Results are weakly anomalous in silver.
Results from the remaining properties, Meridian Lake, Toopon Lake and Wilson Island, are expected shortly. Upon completion of the analytical program, a list of all analyses will be issued and posted on the Galore website.
All samples were analyzed by Acme Analytical Laboratories Ltd. of Vancouver by ICP-MS using a four acid digestion. Over-limit precious metals analyses were re-analyzed by fire assay using a one-assay-ton sample with ICP finish.
About Galore Resources Inc.
Galore Resources Inc. is a mineral exploration company based in British Columbia.
The company?s Great Slave Project, a joint venture with Ucore Uranium Inc., is exploring six uranium properties covering 23,000 hectares along the south shore of the East Arm of Great Slave Lake, NWT. Numerous uranium occurrences have been identified on the six properties. Reported uranium grades range from 0.1% to over 6% U3O8. The area is in the Athapuscow basin, which is similar in geology to that of Saskatchewan?s Athabasca basin uranium district,
The Company also is actively exploring its Taseko Project, which consists of 100% owned, or optioned to be owned mineral titles to 48,081 hectares covering exploration targets for copper, molybdenum, gold and silver in the Taseko Lakes region of southwest British Columbia.
Galore?s Vice President Exploration, Uwe Schmidt, P.Geo., is the qualified person for the Taseko and Great Slave Projects. To find out more about Galore Resources Inc. (TSX-V:GRI), visit our website at www.galoreresources.com.
GALORE RESOURCES INC.
?Ray D. Torresan?
Ray D. Torresan, CEO
Contact:
Ray D. Torresan
#506 ? 595 Howe Street
Vancouver, BC V6C 2T5
PH: (604) 647-2298 gri13.091907
The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.
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28.12.07 11:59:34
Galore Closes Cdn$3.5 Million Financing
Monday December 10, 1:36 pm ET


VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Dec. 10, 2007) - Galore Resources Inc. (TSX VENTURE:GRI - News), announces that it has closed its non-brokered private placement offering of Cdn$3.5 million, announced on November 8, 2007. The total number of securities issued in the financing consists of 7,383,509 flow-through units priced at $0.475.


Each unit consists of one flow-through common share and one-half of one non-flow-through share purchase warrant. Each whole warrant is exercisable into one common share at a price of $0.70 for a period of two years after closing.

The MineralFields Group participated as to 2,115,787 units and Limited Market Dealers Inc. received a compensation option to purchase 211,579 non-flow-through units for a period of two years and $82,209. Other agents options to purchase 387,659 non-flow-through units were also issued to various agents. The non-flow-through units are exercisable to purchase one share and one-half of one share purchase warrant. The warrants have the same terms as the private placement.

The securities issued by the Company in connection with this offering are subject to a statutory hold period which expires on April 5, 2008.

Proceeds will be used to further drill-test Galore's 48,000 hectare gold, copper and molybdenum property located immediately south of the Taseko Mines Prosperity project in southwestern B.C.

Core from a six hole drill program, completed in November 2007, has been submitted to Acme Analytical Laboratories Ltd. in Vancouver for assaying. Results are expected in early 2008.

To find out more about Galore Resources Inc., visit our website at www.galoreresources.com.

About MineralFields and Pathway

MineralFields Group (a division of Pathway Asset Management) is a Toronto-based mining fund with significant assets under administration that offers its tax-advantaged super flow-through limited partnerships to investors throughout Canada during most of the calendar year, as well as hard-dollar resource limited partnerships to investors throughout the world. Pathway Asset Management also specializes in the manufacturing and distribution of structured products and mutual funds. Information about the MineralFields Group is available at www.mineralfields.com.

GALORE RESOURCES INC.

Michael Byrne, President

The TSX Venture Exchange has not reviewed and does not accept responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.



Contact:
Ms. Erica C. Bearss
Galore Resources Inc.
Corporate Communications
(604) 647-2298

Ray D. Torresan
Galore Resources Inc.
Chief Executive Officer
(604) 647-2298
Email: info@galoreresources.com
Website: www.galoreresources.com


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