Renforth Resources Inc. (CSE:RFR) has commenced a drill programme on its wholly owned Surimeau District Property in Quebec.
The company is drilling under visual nickel, cobalt, copper and zinc mineralization intersected in its recently completed trenching at Lalonde and deeper under previous drilled nickel, cobalt, copper and zinc mineralized intercepts in the vicinity of the Victoria stripped area located approximately four km south of Lalonde.
“We are, of course, happy to be drilling again, especially at Lalonde which has no surviving historic drill information,” President and CEO, Nicole Brewster, said.
“Deeper drill data at Victoria will help us in our modelling of the mineralization and our geochemical search for the source, or a greater concentration, of the VMS mineralization we have seen to date.
“With the size of the two mineralized systems we have lots of work to do, as winter arrives our geologists are happy to stay in town and drive to the drill and core shack for this program, developing our knowledge base for these two battery metals mineralized systems in Quebec.”
It is planned that this drill programme will consist of six holes at Lalonde and three holes at Victoria, to total approximately 3000m.
The Renforth crew will log/sample/split the core ahead of their holiday break, the samples will be shipped to Ontario for prep work in an effort to have timely receipt of assay results in the new year. Planned drill holes are depicted below, these may change based upon visual results obtained in the field.
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