Tudor Gold Corp. (TSXV: TUD) has received further positive drill results for the 2022 exploration programme at Treaty Creek, located in the heart of the Golden Triangle of Northwestern British Columbia.
“We are very pleased to confirm that our step-out and in-fill drilling is progressing extremely well,” President and CEO, Ken Konkin, said.
“We continue to intersect higher gold values within broad mineralised envelopes within the northern aspect of the Goldstorm Deposit.
“Both 300H and CS600 domains yield very consistent gold mineralisation with continued strong copper grades observed throughout the CS600 domain.
“Our geological team was delighted to observe a similar pulse of enriched gold mineralisation within the 300H domain with holes GS-22-145-W1 (2.00 g/t AuEQ over 66.0 m) and GS-22-154 (4.38 g/t AuEQ over 57.0 m)which are approximately 400 m apart.
“These holes also share the similar characteristic of containing a higher-grade core of 8.22 g/t AuEQ over 5.0 m (GS-22-145-W1) and 7.84 g/t AuEQ over 15.0 m (GS-22-151-W1).
“Exploration for the high-grade gold potential in the northern region of the Goldstorm Deposit will be a priority for the 2023 exploration season.
“Additionally, the CS600 domain continues to demonstrate very strong and consistent copper mineralisation with obvious disseminated and veinlet chalcopyrite throughout the CS600 domain with notable addition of disseminated bornite in the deeper portions of the domain.
“There is also a distinct higher-grade of copper mineralization of 0.57% Cu over 99.0 m within a 199.0 m envelope of 0.44% Cu (GS-22-154) in the CS600 domain.
“Drilling is expected to continue well into October as the Goldstorm Deposit remains open in all directions and at depth.”
The Programme at the Treaty Creek property includes an aggressive resource expansion and delineation plan for several areas, including the Goldstorm Deposit and the Eureka and Calm Before the Storm Zones.
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