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GOLD: Probe dips into high grade at Borden project

ONTARIO – Toronto-based Probe Mines continues to intersect high grades during the infill drilling program at its Borden gold property near Chapleau. The company has already estimated a pit constrained resource that contains more than 4.3...



ONTARIO – Toronto-based Probe Mines continues to intersect high grades during the infill drilling program at its Borden gold property near Chapleau. The company has already estimated a pit constrained resource that contains more than 4.3 million oz of gold.

Now hole BL14-583 has returned 7.0 g/t Au over 39.4 metres. Included in the intersection are 28.5 metres at 9.1 g/t and 16.0 metres at 12.4 g/t. Hole BL-14-584 returned 5.1 g/t Au over 34.8 metres including 12.6 metres at 11.4 g/t. And a third infill hole, BL14-582, returned 3.5 g//t Au over 30.1 metres including 14.1 g/t over 2.9 metres and 4.4 g/t over 7.2 metres.

Probe Mines says these three holes demonstrate increasing grades at shallow depth to the northwest end of the high grade zone. Winter drilling is now underway.

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