Galaxy Graphite Corp. Discovers High Grade, Large Flake Graphite on Buckingham Project, Quebec

Galaxy Graphite Corp. Discovers High Grade, Large Flake Graphite on Buckingham 
Project, Quebec 
VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA -- (Marketwire) -- 02/07/13 -- Galaxy
Graphite Corp. (TSX VENTURE:GXY) (the "Company" or "Galaxy") is
pleased to announce that it has received all assay results from its
Fall 2012 mapping and sampling program on the Buckingham graphite
project in Quebec. One sample taken from the property analyzed for
size distribution contains 11.5% Cg, with 54.42% large flakes in
excess of 80 mesh. 
The work program consisted of mapping and sampling, along with ground
geophysics (magnetometer and HLEM). A total of 48 grab samples were
assayed with graphitic carbon contents ranging from background to
11.5%. Three large (greater than 1 kg) samples were analyzed for size
distribution. The graphite is located in marbles in contact with
quartzites and biotite gneiss, and in shear zones within the
quartzites. The graphite mineralization closely follows NNW-SSE and
E-W controlling structures, which are coincident with EM conductors. 
The three samples analyzed for size distribution included one from an
extension of an old mining operation (the Dominion mine) (sample
YS-65D), and two from newly discovered showings (YS-74 and YS-76).
Results are summarized in the following table: 

                         Size distribution analysis                       
                                Sample Number                             
                           YS-65D     YS-74     YS-76   size class        
%Cg                          11.5       1.8       2.0                     
% greater than 100 mesh     63.42     37.89     30.25   medium or greater 
% greater than 80 mesh      54.42     22.43     30.20   large or greater  
% greater than 50 mesh      31.03     11.02     17.31   jumbo             

The geophysical program has outlined several conductive trends which
appear to coincide with graphitic zones mapped in outcrop, and
indicate extensions from the Dominion mine. 
Analytical work was performed by Activation Laboratories of Ancaster,
ON, using Mineral Liberation Analyser (MLA) technology. The
geophysical program was performed by Meegwich Consultants of
Temagami, ON, and consisted of a magnetometer survey using a GEM
Systems GSM-19 magnetometer and an HLEM survey using an Apex MaxMin I
unit. Field mapping and sampling, as well as data compilation and
interpretation, were completed by EarthMetrix Technologies of
Montreal QC. 
A follow-up drill program is now being developed, and will
concentrate mainly on extensions of the old mine workings. 
Chris Healey, President and CEO of Galaxy, commented, "The results of
this field work have clearly demonstrated the potential to discover a
graphite deposit on the Buckingham property, with a substantial
portion of the graphite being of the high demand large-jumbo flake
Buckingham Graphite Property, Quebec: 
The Buckingham Graphite property comprises two former producing
mines, located just east of Buckingham, QC. They are located in the
highly prospective Central Metasedimentary Belt of the Grenville
geological province, host to many active graphite projects. The host
rocks for both deposits are graphitic crystalline marbles, similar to
the host stratigraphy at Timcal's Lac des Iles graphite mine,
currently Canada's only producing graphite mine. The two properties
cover a total of 1,324 Ha on 22 mining claims. 
The Ste-Marie deposit had small scale production in 1865, with a
total reported production of 50 tons of graphite. The mineralization
is hosted in lenticular masses and mineralized veins, within a
crystalline limestone marble. The mineralization results from
carbonitization of organic matter in calcareous sedimentary
formations during the Grenvillian metamorphic event. The graphite
mineralization is typically massive. 
The Dominion mine produced a reported 916 tons of graphite, between
1910 and 1919. The geological setting is very similar to the
Ste-Marie deposit. Flake graphite is reported to be the common form
of graphite in the deposit. 
The property is owned 100% by GXY Graphite Inc, a Quebec corporation
wholly-owned by Galaxy Graphite Inc. 
About Galaxy 
Galaxy Graphite Corp (TSX VENTURE:GXY) is a publicly traded Canadian
exploration company which is focused on exploring and developing
graphite properties, especially in the Grenville geological province
in eastern Canada. In addition, the company is exploring a highly
prospective gold property in northeastern Saskatchewan, Brownell
Alain Moreau (OCG #1298), a Qualified Person as defined by National
Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical content of
this release. 
Chris M. Healey, President and CEO 
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Galaxy Graphite Corp.
Chris M. Healey
President and CEO
(604) 921-1810
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