by 1 Grey Fox
0--2--3"; they are not now found here; and in his ledger, Feb, 7th, 1743, Hezekiah Stratton has credit "by 1/2 a Catt skin 0--1--4+"; of course, a wild-cat, for Stratton was a sergeant in the old French war, and would not have got credit for hunting less noble game.
In addition to ongoing drilling at the Black Fox mine, the Company currently has three drills working at the Grey Fox
property with a fourth being added next month.
Brigus announced an initial resource estimate from Grey Fox
in December 2011.
The films announced for restoration in 2001 are Phillip Borsos's The Grey Fox
(1983), Gilles Carle's La Vrai Nature de Bernadette (1972) and the animated short The Loon's Necklace, produced in 1948 by Crawley Films and the first film to win Best Picture at the inaugural Canadian Film Awards in 1949.
s Canadian/French coproduction of Louis Malle's Atlantic City, 1980, and Peter O'Brian's production of Phillip Borsos's The Grey Fox
(released in 1983) stand out as exceptions that proved the general rule that the tax-shelter films made between 1978 and 1982 were horrible, terrible and never to be seen again.
Its support ranges from early and forgotten films like Le Soleil des autres (Jean Faucher, 1968)--the first CFDC-supported feature--and Love In a 4 Letter World (John Sone, 1970), to the first works of David Cronenberg (Crimes of the Future, 1970) and such enduring films as Goin' Down the Road (Don Shebib, 1970), The Act of the Heart (Paul Almond, 1969), A Married Couple (Allan King, 1969), Paperback Hero (Peter Pearson, 1973), The Apprenticeship of Duddy Kravitz (Ted Kotcheff, 1974), Le Vieux pays ou Rimbaud est mort (Jean Pierre Lefebvre, 1977), The Grey Fox
(Phillip Borsos, 1983), Loyalties (Anne Wheeler, 1986), Life Classes (William D.
A revisionist western in the tradition of Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, The Grey Fox
is set in a mythic, nostalgic Canada where manners receive respect, where order is preferable to law and fair play is more important than self-promotion.
Brigus" or the "Company") (NYSE MKT: BRD; TSX: BRD) is pleased to announce that exploration drilling on the southern portion of the Black Fox Complex confirms a new multiple horizon gold zone within the Grey Fox
South gold mineralized corridor located approximately 400 metres to the east and running sub-parallel to the 147 Zone.
It is an exciting time for Brigus as the Black Fox Mine continues to ramp up, development of the Grey Fox
Mine begins, and other growth opportunities emerge.
Three drill rigs are testing high potential gold targets at the Black Fox Complex including: the Contact Zone, the Historic Gibson Deposit, the Gibson Shear, the School House Zone, the Hislop North Zone and the new Grey Fox
South target recently identified from the positive results from drill hole GF10-115.
The deepest Grey Fox
drill hole # GF09-58 intersected the main mineralized Contact Zone lens at 222 m below surface and graded a weighted average of 10.
Writing the music for The Grey Fox
was wonderful and perilous.