Kintavar Exploration (TSXV: KTR) has found a new mineralization zone at its Mitchi copper project in Quebec, after following a field of marble and calc-silicate boulders containing copper mineralization.
The new zone, called Irene, is 550 metres north of the project’s main mineralized zone – Sherlock – and contains similar grades and mineralization, the company says.
Kintavar says it has found a near surface and folded sedimentary system on the eastern part of its project area that has many of the characteristics of a sediment-hosted, stratiform, copper type deposit.
The property, 300 km north of Montreal, is in the northwestern part of the Central metasedimentary belt of the Grenville geological province.
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