GreenLight stakes The Shear Mine Gold occurrence, historic assays 17.14g/t Au                          New Brunswick, Cana...
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GreenLight stakes The Shear Mine Gold occurrence, historic assays 17.14g/t Au
New Brunswick, Canada

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GR.v Stakes the Shear Mine - 17.14 g/t Au

  1. 1. GreenLight stakes The Shear Mine Gold occurrence, historic assays 17.14g/t Au New Brunswick, Canada ___________________________________________________________________________________ (OTCBB: PRZCF) (FRANKFURT: PHO) (TSXV : GR)VANCOUVER, British Columbia – November 10, 2011 – GREENLIGHT RESOURCES INC.(TSXV.GR), is pleased to announce that the Company has acquired by staking a further 2,400 acresadjacent to its Otter Lake property in northern Charlotte County, New Brunswick. GreenLight previouslyannounced an option agreement with Portage Minerals Inc. (RKX - CNSX) and Rockport Mining Corp.to acquire a 50% interest in the 4,160 acre Otter Lake property. The new staking increases GreenLightscontiguous land position to 6,560 acres.The newly acquired lands which are 100% owned by GreenLight are situated 15 km east of the MtPleasant Zn (zinc), In (Indium), W (tungsten), Mo (Molybdenum), Bi (Bismuth) deposit. Located on theproperty is the Pender Brook Fault Zone which hosts the Shear Mine occurrence. This is an old shaft(1868 vintage) that was sunk on a 30 cm wide quartz vein carrying pyrite, magnetite and minorchalcopyrite. Historical assays from the time the shaft was sunk assayed up to 17.14 g/t (grams per ton)Au and subsequent sampling returned 9.6 g/t Au and 60 g/t Ag. The mineralization here is associatedwith a wide silicified, sericitic shear zone within the Pender Brook Fault.Assays cited above have been taken from previous assessments reports. Readers are warned that"historical records" referred to in this release have been examined but not verified by a "Qualified
  2. 2. Person". Further work is required to verify that the historical assays referred to in this release areaccurate.Patrick Forseille, P. Geo., a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 is responsible for the technicalinformation contained in this release.On Behalf of the board of directors“Chris Anderson”Christopher R Anderson,CEO – PresidentInvestor RelationsJohn CurleEmail: IR@GreenLightResources.comRead about GreenLight Resources Inc.: http://greenlightresources.com/corporate-overview/Read Disclaimer: http://greenlightresources.com/legal-disclaimer/Facebook: http://facebook.com/GreenLightResources | Twitter: @GreenLightRes | Myspace:http://myspace.com/518719311 Suite 888 – 888 Dunsmuir Street Vancouver, B.C., V6C 3K4

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