VANCOUVER — Osisko Metals (TSXV: OM; US-OTC BWMXF) has assembled a large land package in New Brunswick’s historic Bathurst mining camp, where it intends to apply modern analytical techniques to historical data.
In addition, Osisko Metals has staked 430 km2 in Quebec that includes what it calls “the largest surficial zinc anomaly in eastern Canada.”
The company emerged in late May when junior Bowmore Exploration joined the Osisko Metals group following a 3-to-1 share consolidation. The newly branded, leaner vehicle is now helmed by Bathurst veteran geologist Jeff Hussey, while former Bowmore president Paul Dumas has shifted into the CFO role at Osisko Metals.
Osisko Mining (TSX: OSK) co-founders Robert Wares and John Burzynski have also joined the board of directors.
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