Gold Bullion Development Corp. (TSX-V: GBB; OTC: GBBFF) reported today on the recently-completed Phase 3 Drill Program results from their property located along the Cadillac trend in North-Western Quebec, 5 km south of the city of Rouyn-Noranda . Just under 80 kilometres (78,414 metres) have been drilled since December 2009 confirming extensive mineralization potential on the Granada Property. Gold Bullion’s originally-defined LONG Bars zone of 600 metres long by 300 metres wide, striking east-west and dipping approximately 50° to the north, has been increased 6 fold to approximately 1500 metres long by 750 metres wide. With the documentation of an historic hole: 90-01, the mineralization in this area, north of the current exploration, extends to a depth of approximately 700 metres and remains open in all directions and at depth. Highlights include 1.12g/t Au over 304.36 metres including a 23.55 metre interval grading 5.46 g/t Au.
Gold Bullion Releases Significant Historic Hole With Granada Drilling Update