QUEBEC – Vancouver-based Integra Gold Corp. is pleased with the assays from recent drilling at its Lamaque property in Val d’Or. Drilling on the C4 structure returned 35.51 g/t Au over 3.80 metres. Drilling on the C5 structure returned 12.33 g/t over 2.10 metres (all uncapped).
“Infill and expansion drilling on the C4 and C5 structures continue to underline the resource expansion potential at Triangle beyond the recently disclosed resource estimate update, said Integra president and CEO Stephen de Jong.
Using a 0.3 g/t cut-off, the company said earlier this month that the property contains 5.4 million indicated tonnes grading 6.78 g/t Au and containing 1.18 million oz of gold. The inferred resource contains another 6.19 million tonnes grading 6.81 g/t Au and containing 1.35 million oz. On its own, the Triangle zone contains 737,590 oz in the indicated category and 1.00 million oz in the inferred category.
Drilling at the C4 structure also included 14.06 g/t Au over 4.40 metres in one of the C splay structures about 40 metres into the footwall. Step out drilling at C5 also intersected 6.33 g/t over 4.50 metres. Near surface drilling at the C1 and C1-20 splay structures returned, respectively, 10.53 g/t over 3.85 metres and 13.12 g/t over 7.20 metres.
To view the full assay results table, go to www.IntegraGold.com/i/pdf/2016_Composites_Compilation_Triangle_vUse_NR_29NOV2016.pdf.