Canadian Mining Journal


GOLD: Integra cuts 40.74 g/t on Triangle C5 structure

QUEBEC – Vancouver-based Integra Gold Corp. continues to cut high grades as it drills the Triangle deposit at its Lamaque South project in Val d’Or. Four drills are testing this deposit, and the company has one at the Lamaque Deep target and a sixth rig at a target chosen by the Gold Rush Challenge.

Results from Triangle C5 drilling include 40.74 g/t Au over 11.00 metres at a 3.0 g/t cut-off. This is the widest intercept ever reported on this structure, occurring 50 meters outside the limit of the current resource estimate. The C5 structure is presently known to extend from 475 to 850 metres vertically and approximately 475 metres along strike.

Significant drill results from the Triangle C4 structure, both infill and expansion drilling, include 10.75 g/t Au over 10.45 metres from approximately 75 metres outside the present resource limit using a 5.0 g/t cut-off. Other intercepts included 30.47 g/t Au over 2.90 metres, and 18.12 g/t Au over 4.20 metres (respectively 10.75 g/t, 15.67 g/t, and 13.65 g/t when capped at 34.3 g/t Au).

Integra also said that infill drilling on 25-metre centres in the near surface C2 structure continues to deliver high grades, including 45.78 g/t Au over 6.90 metres and 14.15 g/t Au over 5.80 metres (respectively 19.38 g/t and 14.15 g/t when capped at 34.3 g/t Au).

Take a peek at some drill core by clicking on this link,—Nov-9-1.jpg.