October 15, 2008 Canasia Receives Initial Coal Permits
Canasia Industries Corporation ("Canasia") has received approval on a portion of the coal permits submitted to the Saskatchewan Ministry of Energy and Resources. This initial approval covers less than 5 per cent of the coal applications listed in the letters of comfort that Canasia has received. Management expects additional applications to be approved in the short term. These permits are located to the northwest of the recent coal discovery made by Goldsource Mines Inc.
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