August 28, 2008 Four Holes Now Complete on Clone Gold Prospect
Canasia Industries Corp. has been notified by the operator of the Clone Gold Prospect that the first four holes have now been finished and the drill has been moved to pad#2, which is targeting the S-2 zone. The Clone Gold Prospect is located in the prodigious Eskay Creek/Stewart Region of British Columbia and is approximately 20 kilometers (12 miles) SE of the town of Stewart, BC and the Canadian-Alaskan border. Graeme Sewell, a director of Canasia, stated, "This project is moving ahead as planned. Management is optimistic regarding this prospect that lies in a historically productive mining region. Not only is this prospect moving forward, but several other projects are also expected to be advanced in the coming weeks and months." Management will be presenting at the Hard Assets Conference in Las Vegas, NV on September 9-10 at Mandalay Bay Convention Center, booth number 407. Management encourages shareholders and potential shareholders to attend the conference and meet management in person.
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