Harte Gold (TSX: HRT; US-OTC: HRTFF) has identified five new anomalies within 15 km to the east and west of its Sugar deposit in northern Ontario that may host both gold and volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits (VMS), the company says.
“This property just never ceases to uncover more surprises,” says Stephen Roman, Harte’s president and CEO.
Helicopter magnetometer (MAG) and time domain electro-magnetic (HTEM) surveys across the Sugar property, 80 km east of the Hemlo gold camp, pinpointed the targets, and the company is calling the strongest conductor to the west of the Sugar deposit the Eagle Zone.
“It looks very exciting,” Roman says. “It’s a big target, at least 650 metres long, and oh, probably 20 or 30 metres wide. There is a lot of chalcopyrite and sphalerite on surface so I think it’s obviously a good base metal VMS-type target.”
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