QUEBEC – Integra Gold Corp. of Vancouver has been drilling the No.4 plug deposit and getting good grades of good widths – 16.08 g/t Au over 12.79 metres (including 180.13 g/t over 1.05 metres) and 4.21 g/t Au over 27.55 metres, including 97.6 g/t over 0.60 metres. The No.4 plug is 500 metres north of the Triangle deposit at the Lamaque South project in Val d’Or.
The company noted that the gold mineralization of the No.4 plug consists of thick clusters of flat lying tension veins and high grade, sub-vertical quartz-tourmaline C-type structures, hosted within a dioritic/gabbroic intrusive similar to the host rocks of the Lamaque and Goldex mines. Such insights have Integra geologists updating the resource estimate, and it will be available later this year.
These results came from the company’s late 2015 and 2016 infill drill program of five holes or 2,708 metres at the No.4 plug.
The fall 2015 43-101 study of the Lamaque South project is posted at www.IntegraGold.com.