Kintavar Exploration provided an update on its 100 percent owned stratiform copper Mitchi project in Quebec, Canada.
Kintavar Exploration (TSXV:KTR,FWB:58V), provided an update on its 5,000 meter diamond core drilling program at the 100 percent owned stratiform copper Mitchi project in Quebec, Canada.
As quoted from the press release:
“We are very pleased with the drilling program to date. Our geological interpretation from this summer is being confirmed which is a major advantage for any future mining development and the lab results will validate that. Sub horizontal stratiform mineralization from surface is a major advantage of the Sherlock area where we have demonstrated mineralization on surface for over 1km by 400m across. Next objective would be to demonstrate the same at the Elementary zone with drilling in January, where we see mineralization for over 1.5km long. The entire Mitchi project shows an amazing size potential and we are looking forward to the assays from the ongoing drilling program in the comings months which will provide the necessary information to start developing the resource model of the Sherlock area.” comments Kiril Mugerman, president & CEO of Kintavar.