Canada Silver Cobalt Works Inc. is redeveloping the past-producing, high-grade silver-cobalt Castle Mine in northern Ontario’s Silver-Cobalt District. The mine was previously profitably operated by Agnico Eagle for 10 years 1979-1989 until silver prices dropped to the US$6/oz level when mining was stopped. Canada Silver has unique underground access for exploration and bulk sampling to the mine where it has discovered rich silver-cobalt veins not known or mined previously. CCW also has discovered an exceptionally high-grade silver vein system known as the Robinson Zone located 1.5 km east of the mine where drill intercepts have hit up to 70,000 g/t silver with a maiden resource estimate 8,582 g/t silver (250.2 oz/ton) for an initial total 7.6 million oz silver. The Company has begun a 50,000 m drill program in and around the Robinson Zone and an update to the resource estimate. Other plans include the construction of an exploration ramp down to the Robinson Zone at the 500-m level, additional exploration underground at the Castle Mine, the processing of historic tailings near the mine into a silver concentrate, and the construction of a 600 t/d mill on the property. CCW also owns the Temiskaming Testing Labs assay and bulk sampling facility in Cobalt, Ontario and the past producing Beaver and Violet mines.