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GOLD: Vior drills new zone north of fault at Mosseau



Outcrop at Vior’s Mosseau gold property. (Image: Vior Mining Exploration)

QUEBEC – Vior Mining Exploration Co. has drilled a new gold zone north of the Kiask River Fault at its Mosseau property 22 km east of Lebel-sur-Quevillon. The new zone was intersected by hole MO-17-10 targeted at an IP anomaly about 800 metres northwest and on trend with the KC-1 surface showing.

The discovery hole intersected 1.13 g/t gold over 14.5 metres, including 2.93 g/t over 4.5 metres, including 7.41 g/t over 0.9 metre. True thicknesses are yet to be calculated.

Hole MO-17-11, drilled 100 metres east of the KC-1 showing and along the same IP axis, cut 0.46 g/t gold over 6.5 metres.

Vior says the discovery of this new zone opens a prospective area with a minimum strike length of 900 metres and open in all directions.

The company acquired 100% of the Mosseau property in 2017. More information is included in the latest corporate presentation at www.Vior.ca.