NORTHERN ONTARIO – GLR RESOURCES of Kirkland Lake, Ont., has received assays from drill holes at its property near Kakabeka Falls in Conmee Twp. A total of 10 holes totalling 729.5 metres were drilled to follow up a high-grade intercept in the surface showing area, and averaged 7.0 metres of 0.458% Mo including 2.0 metres of 1.172% Mo.
The latest drill program tested a total strike length of 100 metres to shallow depths. The longest intersection was 3.0 metres, which assayed 0.227% Mo. The best assay was 0.537% Mo over 1.14 metres. Mineralization appears to occupy a transitional zone between upper tonalite and lower granodiorite intrusive phases, says the company.
For further information, contact GLR president and CEO Robert Kasner at 705-567-5351 or visit www.GLRResources.com.