The new near surface, high grade gold zone at the Gladiator project returned 27.4 g/t. (Image: Bonterra Resources)
QUEBEC – Vancouver-based Bonterra Resources has discovered a new near surface, high grade gold zone north of its Gladiator gold project. The zone returned 27.4 g/t gold over a length of 7.0 metres.
The mineralization is located 200 metres north of the most northerly Gladiator zone at a depth of less than 100 metres.
The characteristics of the new zone are very similar to the Gladiator gold deposit and the company’s current geological model, says Bonterra. That model consists of parallel veins or zones, open both along strike and at depth. Follow-up drilling is planned.
Bonterra will do 70,000 metres of drilling at Gladiator this year. Expect an updated resource estimate in Q4 2018.
More detailed information is posted at www.BonterraResources.com.