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Eastfield Resources Ltd. has commenced the fall exploration program at the Kilometre 26 gold-nickel project, located in central British Columbia, approximately 55 kilometres northwest of Fort St. James.

 The program, conducted by Oroandes Resource Corp., will attempt to define targets for a possible drill program in 2011. The current work includes a ground-based induced polarization (IP) and magnetometer survey, line cutting, soil sampling, prospecting, and rock sampling. Crews are on site and should complete the exploration over the next few weeks. The work program includes the completion of six line kilometres of new grid with soil sampling and geophysics to cover the full 30 kilometres of control grid.

Eastfield is also awaiting the results of microprobe work being undertaken to identify what sulphide minerals or alloys may be present in Kilometre 26 rocks where analytical results indicate that nickel contents vary between 0.15 per cent and 0.24 per cent (see Eastfield’s news release in Stockwatch of Oct. 14, 2010).

The current work will assist with examining the project ground for both the nickel target potential and epithermal hot springs gold potential along the regional Pinchi fault structure. First Point Minerals Corp. and Cliffs Natural Resources Inc. have made an important nickel discovery at the Decar property located approximately 30 kilometres to the west of the Kilometre 26 project. Both properties are located in similar geological settings of the Cache Creek terrane hosting serpentinized ultramafic rocks. The Kilometre 26 project is currently 5,645 hectares in size, has good access by a major industrial road, and recent logging has established a network of roads across the project.

Oroandes has the option to earn a 60-per-cent interest in Kilometre 26 from Eastfield by spending $1,575,000 on exploration, issuing 275,000 shares and making $107,500 in payments by Sept. 25, 2013.

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