SASKATCHEWAN – Claude Resources
of Saskatoon has excellent assays from drilling at the Santoy gold mine, part of the Seabee complete 125 km northeast of La Ronge. The deepest hole to date in the Santoy Gap returned 43.28 g/t Au (uncut) or 30.54 g/t (cut) over 1.15 metres true width at 675 metres below surface.
Claude has also confirmed by drilling results the up-dip continuity at Santoy Gap. The best assay there was 31.10 g/t Au (uncut) or 11.08 g/t (cut) over 7.06 metres true width. The company says that these results are consistent with underground development sampling and will be included in the year-end resource update.
The next step is a 6,000-metre deep drilling program at Santoy. An underground drilling chamber has been completed from which to explore the system to depths of 1,100 metres.
A detailed table of recent drill results is included in the Oct. 19, 2015, news release posted at ClaudeResources.com