FORT A LA CORNE, Saskatchewan The five-hole, 1,000-m drill program on the Dizzy kimberlite intersected kimberlite in each hole, reports FOREST GATE RESOURCES. The intersections ranged from 7 m to 97 m long. The Dizzy kimberlite is on the company’s East Side diamond property.
Detailed logging, sampling and assaying will be carried out starting in January 2004. Hole FG03-5, which intersected 97 m of kimberlite, is north of hole FG03-3 and suggests that the next phase of drilling be carried out in a northerly direction. Hole FG03-3 was laid out to repeat hole FG03-1 drilled in June but lost in kimberlite due to drilling problems. Holes FG03, 4, 5, 6 and 7 were drilled 50 m east, north, west and south respectively.
Forest Gate is searching for diamonds in Saskatchewan and precious metals in New Brunswick. A summary of its projects is available at www.forestgate.ca.