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GOLD: Metanor intersects 41.6 g/t south of Bachelor mine



QUEBEC – Metanor Resources of Val d’Or, Que., began drilling in September on level 11 to the south from the main workings of the Bachelor gold mine 90 km northeast of Lebel-sur-Quevillon. The work intersected the Moroy structure, and assays from the first two holes confirm a pair of veins 50 metres apart.

The headframe of the Bachelor gold mine in Quebec. (Image: Metanor Resources)

Metanor will continue testing the Moroy structure looking for more good results. So far, hole MY17-001 from 302.1 to 304.1 metres returned 4.6 g/t gold. The best result came from the second intersection of hole MY17-002 from 327.6 to 328.2 metres returned 20.4 g/t and the second intersection from 375.3 to 376.5 metres tested 41.6 g/t gold.

Underground drilling continues to probe below level 14 to intersect the Main vein at depth.  Three holes in this area returned these results: 8.4 g/t over 11.9 metres, 8.1 g/t over 2.7 metres, and 6.7 g/t gold over 8.5 metres.

More information about the Bachelor mine is available in the most recent corporate presentation at www.Metanor.ca.