“The encouraging results of the initial underground drill program combined with the sampling and mapping, have provided excellent targets for the upcoming follow-up drill program. We are excited to advance and further define the resource potential at
The Company expects to commence up to 4,350 meters, 14 drill holes exploratory surface drill program. The program is proposed to target the known mineralized mantos and structures with the holes drilled at angles to cross multiple zones in each hole. The commencement of the surface drill program is subject to timely environmental permitting but is anticipated to begin in
Furthermore, to promptly commence the follow-up drilling of the initial results, the Company is considering the option of an underground core drill program. The program will commence only if appropriate drill rig is secured sufficiently prior to the start of the surface program. The anticipated underground drilling is an up to 1,600 meters, 14 holes program targeting mantos and structures. Some of the same mantos and structures from the surface program can be drilled from underground. The results of the underground drilling may preclude drilling of duplicative surface holes.
Further updates will be forthcoming as drilling processes are confirmed and assay results are received.
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Although the Company believes many of its properties have promising potential, its properties are in the early stages of exploration. None have yet been shown to contain proven or probable mineral reserves. There can be no assurance that such reserves will be identified on any property, or that, if identified, any mineralization may be economically extracted.
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