BAIE VERTE, Newfoundland Toronto’s AUROGIN RESOURCES has added two more claim groups to its land package near the former Rambler and Ming mines. The new property is northeast of the Rambler East mine, which is already under option to Aurogin, and may host down-plunge extensions of the East mine or the three adjacent electromagnetic conductors that are scheduled for drilling this fall.
The new claims, which host the same rock formations as Aurogin’s other claims in the area, have been the subject of previous work that has identified the presence of mineralization grading up to 4.1 g/t Au and 4.4% Cu in a 15-meter-wide quartz vein. Several electromagnetic conductors have also been identified on this property. A map of the new property, which is located within 3 km of the existing Rambler mill, can be seen on Aurogin’s web site, www.auroginresources.com.