ONTARIO – About 235 km northeast of Thunder Bay, Landore Resources
of London, UK, has drilled a significant new gold zone at its 100% owned Junior Lake property.
Last December a wide zone of near surface mineralization returned 1.12 g/t Au over 31.29 metres. Another hole hit a higher grade intersection – 4.21 g/t Au over 3.70 metres – within the zone. Follow up drilling in February 2016 intersected similar lithological units, and assays are pending.
[caption id="attachment_1003713739" align="alignright" width="300"] New gold zone discovered by Landore at its Junior Lake property.
Landore says the new gold zone lies near the middle of a 2.7 km long, east-west trending, MaxMin geophysical anomaly, referenced as MM-7 and not previously drilled. The western end of the anomaly is located in the BAM gold zone discovered by Landore in 2003.
Landore will remain active at Junior Lake. A trenching and channel sampling program is planned for MM-7. The property also contains two nickel-copper deposits, B4-7 and VW. A review of the borehole EM data and a prefeasibility study of B4-7 are planned.
Additional information is available at www.Landore.com