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Exploration company begins 100,000 metre drill program in Manitoba

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Rockcliff Metals announced yesterday it had begun phase two of its drill program at its Snow Lake project, a copper and zinc VMS deposit located in Manitoba.

During the 16-month program, the company plans to drill 100,000 meters. The company plans to expand its historical resources and look for new discoveries.

"This marks the first step in implementing our strategy of finalizing sufficient knowledge of several resources that will allow the next steps of choosing the optimal project to take into production at the earliest opportunity," said Rockcliff's President and CEO Alistair Ross.

"Our aim is to begin treating material through our leased mill as soon as possible."

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