CANTEX DRILLING UNDERWAY! In November!

Kelowna, Canada – October 31, 2016 – Cantex Mine Development Corp. (CD: TSXV) (the
“Company”) The Company is pleased to announce that drilling is underway on its North Rackla Project
in the Yukon.
Drilling is currently testing the newly discovered eastern silver-lead-zinc-copper massive sulphide zone.
Specifically, the southwestern extension of the massive sulphide zone is presently being tested. Though
this zone has not been trenched, composite gossan samples collected from sub-outcrop gossan samples
returned grades of up to 314 g/t silver, 13.85% lead, 18.7% zinc and 1.97% copper.
The technical information and results reported here have been reviewed by Mr. Chad Ulansky P.Geol.,
a Qualified Person under National Instrument 43-101, who is responsible for the technical content of
this release.
Signed,
Charles Fipke

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Just a word to the wise – diamond drilling above treeline 100km northwest of Keno Hill in November just might not be the best idea. Every day gets shorter and darker and colder. Maybe very, very cold. Lucky for them they have the great Al Doherty along to help!

One thought on “CANTEX DRILLING UNDERWAY! In November!

  1. From the November 15th release, doing some back-of-the-envelope sections, it sounds like they’ve intersected a steeply dipping structure (~72 degree dip), with three drill holes, and a paltry ~8.6m wide separation across the zone. Also the Superdave Showing on the property is a quartz-carbonate-(pyrite-chalcopyrite-galena) vein that yielded similar results from surface specimen samples collected back in the day. 15 m wide interval sounds pretty good though, if they can be blessed by the assay gods!

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