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GOLD: Integra receives Triangle zone underground exploration permits

QUEBEC – Vancouver's Integra Gold Corp. has received the provincial permits to develop an underground exploration decline for the Triangle zone, part of the Lamaque gold project, in Val d'Or.



QUEBEC – Vancouver’s Integra Gold Corp. has received the provincial permits to develop an underground exploration decline for the Triangle zone, part of the Lamaque gold project, in Val d’Or.

Surface preparation has already begun. As soon as the site is cleared, a road will be built from the Triangle zone to the Sigma mill. Integra has asked for bids for construction of an electric line, surface preparation, road building, portal excavation, garage and office/dry construction, as well as underground development.

The Lamaque gold project includes the former Lamaque and Sigma mines as well as the Sigma mineral processing plant. Production could come as early as the middle of next year.

Using a 3.00 g/t cut-off, Integra has estimated the project has indicated resources of 4.66 million tonnes grading 7.1 g/t Au and containing 1.06 million oz of gold in six zones. There are also 1.22 million inferred tonnes grading 8.4 g/t Au and containing 330,990 oz of gold.

Please visit IntegraGold.com for additional information about the Lamaque gold project.