Gravity West acquires land

Gravity West Mining Corp. has announced that it has completed the transfer of the Saint Urbain Iron and Titanium Property claims into its name. As per the option agreement dated 31 July 2008, the company completed necessary documentation and formalities to facilitate transfer of 33 mineral claims covering approximately 1,917.25 hectares in two separate claim blocks located south of Saint Urbain in Quebec, Canada. The company staked 152 more claims covering 8,832.74 hectares on the adjoining lands to the existing claims. This additional staking has brought the size of the Property to 10,749.99 hectares. The purpose of additional land staking was to cover more strategic ground underlain by favourable anorthosite-ferrodiorite rocks which are one of the major sources of the world’s titanium minerals supplies. Gravity West is planning an intensive exploration program for 2008-09 which includes airborne and ground geophysical surveys, ground prospecting sampling and mapping, trenching and diamond drilling. Based on the exploration results, various metallurgical tests will be carried out on the drill core and bulk samples from trenches.
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