Goldeye Explorations has provided an update on its Weebigee project near Sandy Lake, Northwestern Ontario.

Goldeye has completed the winter drilling program, drilling 23 holes for a total of 2217 metres. The drill has now been shut down and additional supplies, including fuel and core boxes, have been mobilized into Sandy Lake prior to the closing of the winter road.

Minotaur Drilling Inc. has left its drill in Sandy Lake and Goldeye anticipates that drilling will re-commence in May after break-up.

Goldeye continues to compile assay results and project data and will soon release a comprehensive update with new assays, plan maps, drill sections and drill data made available at

Blaine Webster, President and CEO, comments: "The results to date have confirmed the high grade gold potential at Weebigee. We can now see this project gaining momentum, and anticipate a significant amount of drilling ahead of us to move the Knoll Zone to the next level. We will also use our understanding of controls on gold mineralization to examine a number of other nearby showings that have received little to no drilling, similar to Knoll at the start of this year.

This region of Northwestern Ontario has been historically favourable for the development of large gold deposits such as Red Lake and Opapimiskan Lake (Musselwhite). While our focus will remain on drilling in the NW Arm, specifically at Knoll and the newly discovered RvG4, there are numerous other gold and base metal targets which make Weebigee a project with tremendous blue-sky potential."

Goldeye is also pleased to announce that in recent Band Council elections, held in Sandy Lake on March 31, Chief Bart Meekis, Deputy Chief Robert Kakegamic, and six of eight Band Councillors were re-elected for a 2-year term.

Blaine Webster comments: "Goldeye wishes to congratulate Chief Bart Meekis and Deputy Chief Robert Kakegamic on their recent re-election. We would also like to congratulate the six Councillors who were re-elected and the two new Councillors who will be joining Council. We look forward to continuing to work with Chief Meekis, Council and the people of Sandy Lake First Nation to advance the Weebigee project in a mutually beneficial manner."