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WCB Resources Ltd.

TICKER: WCB:TSX.V

WCB Resources Ltd. is focused on the exploration and development of the Tier 1 Misima Island project in Papua New Guinea. WCB's strategy is to build shareholder value through the exploration and development of the Misima Island copper-gold project. The Company is an aggressive minerals exploration and development company that brings together a strong, interdisciplinary and proven management team with the ability to take a project from discovery right through to operation.


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The Gold Report Interview with Bob Moriarty (10/29/14) "WCB Resources Ltd. is drilling in Papua New Guinea on a gold-copper porphyry, and the company will come out with drill results shortly. The stock is pretty cheap. WCB Resources could have big potential." More >

The Gold Report Interview with Bob Moriarty (2/12/14) "I went to Papua New Guinea and saw what appears to be a very large, high-grade porphyry system owned by WCB Resources Ltd., which had been in production until 10 years ago. Papua New Guinea and Indonesia are home to six out of the 10 biggest copper-gold projects in the world, right there on the Ring of Fire. And all of them are high grade." More >

Brent Cook, Exploration Insights (2/2/14) "For $9M over four years, WCB Resources Ltd. can earn a 70% interest in the Misima Island copper-gold project in Papua New Guinea. . .there is good evidence of a deeper copper-gold porphyry under the old Misima mine. While drilling may be deep and expensive, that area has been elephant country, historically speaking."

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