February 8, 2011 - Vancouver, British Columbia: Calibre Mining Corp. (TSX-V: CXB) (the “Company” or “Calibre”) announces that, further to the news release of January 31, 2011, all of the 9,325,000 warrants have been fully exercised at a price of $0.15 per warrant and the Company has received total proceeds of $1,398,750. The proceeds will be used to fund a 2,500 metre drill program on the Riscos de Oro gold-silver epithermal vein system, for regional exploration and for general working capital.
Calibre Mining Corp. is an aggressive TSX Venture Exchange listed company (TSX.V: CXB) that is focused on the acquisition, exploration and development of gold, silver and copper deposits in Central America. Major shareholders of Calibre include Sun Valley Gold and Yamana Gold Inc.
Calibre Mining Corp.
Signed “Robert Brown”
Robert D. Brown, B.Sc., MBA
President and CEO
For further information contact:
Mark Carruthers – Vancouver, Canada
604 681 9944
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