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Fjordland Exploration Inc., an exploration stage company, is engaged in the acquisition and exploration of mineral properties in Canada. It focuses on the discovery of gold, copper, and molybdenum deposits in British Columbia. It has interests in approximately 20 properties. The company has a 100% interest in Tak project comprising 6 properties covering an area of 38,826 hectares in the Cariboo region of central British Columbia; and the St. Mary’s property covering 13,600 hectares in the Iron Range in southeastern British Columbia. The company also has options to acquire a 100% interest in the adjoining Dillard and Dill copper and gold properties totaling 2,592 hectares located north of Princeton. In addition, Fjordland Exploration Inc., in partnership with Serengeti Resources Inc., has interests in the Milligan West property covering an area of 15,736 hectares adjoining Thompson Creek’s Mt. Milligan copper-gold deposits; and is engaged in exploring 8 precious and base metals properties covering an area of 22,367 hectares in the Quesnel Terrane between the Mount Polley and Mt. Milligan mines. The company was incorporated in 1996 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

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Fjordland Exploration Executes a Memorandum of Understanding with Commander Resources

Fjordland Exploration Inc. has executed a Memorandum of Understanding with Commander Resources Ltd. whereby Fjordland has been granted an option to earn a 70% undivided interest in Commander's 100% owned South Voisey's Bay nickel-cobalt project. This large, 180 square kilometre project is located in central Labrador, 80 kilometres south of the 6,000 tonnes per day mine/concentrator operated by Voisey's Bay Nickel Company Ltd., a subsidiary of Vale S.A.

Fjordland Exploration Inc. Announces Unaudited Consolidated Earnings Results for the Second Quarter and Six Months Ended June 30, 2014

Fjordland Exploration Inc. announced unaudited consolidated earnings results for the second quarter and six months ended June 30, 2014. For the second quarter, the company reported gain and comprehensive gain for the period was CAD 46,586 against loss and comprehensive loss of CAD 74,409 for the same period a year ago. For six months, the company reported loss and comprehensive loss of CAD 49,178 against CAD 210,219 a year ago.

Fjordland and Sumac Increase Drilling to 4,500 Metres at Dillard, Southern British Columbia

Fjordland Exploration Inc. reported that the company and Sumac Mines Ltd., a subsidiary of Sumitomo Metal Mining Co. Ltd. of Japan, have increased the planned diamond drilling program for 2014 to 4,500 metres (m), from the originally planned 2,500 m for the Dillard porphyry copper-gold project located between Merritt and Princeton in southern BC. To the middle of August, 2,070 m of trenching was completed at Dillard East, and over 2,500 m of drilling was completed at Dillard West. The additional drilling will test anomalous zones at Dillard East. At Dillard West, six holes totaling in excess of 2,500 m were completed. They targeted areas peripheral to the known mineralization. Copper was noted in all holes; assays are pending. The holes ranged in depth from 451 m to 523 m, except for one that was lost in bad ground at 87 m. The Dillard West target, measuring approximately 1,400 m by 1,200 m, includes coincident induced polarization (IP) chargeability and copper and gold in soils anomalies. Chalcopyrite, pyrite and minor bornite mineralization occurs within altered Nicola Group andesitic rocks and coeval intrusive dioritic rocks. At Dillard East, 2,070 m of trenching in 10 trenches was completed on the 'North', 'Middle' and 'South' areas of coincident soil geochemical and induced polarization anomalies. Assays have been received or 8 of the 10 trenches; all of the trenches are anomalous in copper +/- gold +/- silver. Two targets, one in the 'Middle' and one in the 'South' area have been selected for initial follow-up drilling. Chalcopyrite, pyrite and trace bornite occurs in fractures, in quartz veinlets and as disseminations in dioritic and andesitic rocks. The entire area tested was only a small portion of the 2,000 m by 1,500 m target; several other areas with coincident copper and gold soil anomalies remain to be tested.


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