RJK Exploration Update: Normetal East Property, Quebec
The program involved line cutting and ground geophysical surveying resulting in the drill testing of three identified targets. All three drill holes explained the geophysical responses with sulphides. In particular, drill hole NE-17-01 contained a 14 meter intersection of massive to semi-massive to disseminated Pyrrhotite, Pyrite with trace Copper sightings from 146 to 160 meters in intermediate (Andesitic) volcanic breccia in the shear zone adjoining a rhyolitic horizon.
Although economic base metal mineralization was not located in this program, the program did define sulfidation near a felsic horizon containing some interesting structural elements which requires a more detailed examination of the immediate area. Additional field work will be conducted with the intent of implementing a second phase drill program. It should be noted that gold values have been found in a similar context in the Aube showing located approximately two kilometers west of the present drilling program.
Jeannot Theberge, PGeo., is the Qualified Person as defined under National Instrument 43-101 standards and has supervised the preparation and approved the scientific and technical disclosure in the news release.
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