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Jameson receives further Crown Mountain approvals

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Jameson Resources has received approval from the British Columbia Ministry of Energy & Mines to conduct further exploration at its Crown Mountain project. The approval allows the company to undertake additional resource definition and/or coal quality sample collection over the North and South blocks.

Jameson will undertake a “feasibility gap study” over the Canadian winter to see if the further exploration work is necessary. Any such work would occur next summer.

“Having this new permit in-hand removes the risk Jameson would be unable to conduct any needed additional exploration,” the company said in a statement.

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