QUEBEC – Vancouver-based Integra Gold Corp. continues to cut bonanza grades – more than 435 g/t – at its Lamaque South gold project in Val d’Or. As these extremely high grades are reported, the company says that step out drilling continues to extend the C structures both laterally and at depth in the Triangle deposit.
Separate holes have assayed 437.06 g/t Au over 1.0 metres in the C6 structure, 77.83 g/t over 3.1 metres in C1, and 18.00 g/t over 6.5 metres in C2.
“The bulk of the Triangle mineralization is hosted within a series of sub-parallel, steeply dipping, stacked C structures which demonstrate a high degree of periodicity and continuity. We are encouraged by the discovery of additional C type structures below the known limits of the Triangle deposit and are awaiting results from a number of deeper holes which were designed to test the extent of gold mineralization between 1,000 metres and 1,500 metres vertical depth,” said Integra president and CEO, Stephen de Jong in a news release.
Integra plans to drill about 90,000 metres at Lamaque South this year with the aim of defining and further expanding the Triangle deposit. There are several other deposits on the property. Together they contain 1.16 million oz of gold in 5.35 million indicated tonnes grading 6.78 g/t Au and 1.03 million oz in 4.55 million inferred tonnes grading 7.03 g/t Au.
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