QUEBEC – Integra Gold Corp. of Vancouver has drilled multiple, high grade, steeply dipping gold zones up to 300 metres below the current limit of estimated resources at the Triangle zone. One hole returned 19.30 g/t Au over 8.0 metres and 14.97 g/t over 2.0 metres. Another hole intersected the thickest interval ever reported with 10.73 g/t Au over 16.0 metres.
The Triangle zone is 2 km southeast of the former Lamaque gold mine in Val d’Or.
Said Integra in a news release: “Gold mineralization at the Triangle zone, highlighted by an abundance of quartz-tourmaline veins with minor amounts of pyrite, are now interpreted to be predominantly hosted within a series of parallel, steeper dipping shear structures identified as ‘C’ zones. These high angle structures strike east-west and dip south at angles varying from 55° to 75°. The previously logged and interpreted ‘T’ structures, which dip from 20° to 45° to the south, continue to remain valid in the resource model although these gold bearing structures are now interpreted as second order structures to the more steeply dipping ‘C’ structures.”
Click here to view Triangle section 295400E highlighting the vertical ‘C’ structures.