Torr Metals Inc. (TSXV: TMET) has completed an assignment agreement for a 100% undivided interest of 13 under-surface crown grants covering ~2.3 sq. km beneath the company’s Dalvenie mineral occurrence located on Torr’s 100% owned Latham Copper-Gold Project, British Columbia.
The Dalvenie Zone is ideally situated 30 km south of the town of Dease Lake in northwest BC and is road-accessible through ~2.0 km of gravel road leading west from Highway 37.
The Dalvenie Zone is highly prospective for epithermal and porphyry-style mineralisation as it parallels a regional copper-gold porphyry trend that includes the Company’s Gnat Pass copper porphyry deposit ~eight km to the north.
Torr’s highway-accessible 689 sq. km Latham Copper-Gold Project is located within the prolific Golden Triangle region of northern BC.
“The acquisition of the Dalvenie Zone crown grants provides a potential km-scale copper-gold-silver exploration target within the Latham Project that Torr plans to better define with the near-term completion of our historical data compilation,” President and CEO, Malcolm Dorsey, said.
“As at our Gnat Pass copper-porphyry deposit the Dalvenie Zone is ideally situated adjacent to Highway 37, providing unparalleled accessibility and substantial exploration upside to our upcoming 2022 field programme.”
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