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The company said it believes that drilling is successfully tracking a major mineralizing fluid pathway towards the heart of this high-grade system.

Sun Metals (TSXV:SUNM) has announced that drilling into a new extension of the Canyon Creek Skarn zone at its Stardust project in north-central British Columbia has returned the thickest and richest mineralization ever intersected at the project.

The company said it believes that drilling is successfully tracking a major mineralizing fluid pathway towards the heart of this high-grade system.

As quoted in the press release:

Diamond drill hole 18-SD-421 intersected 36.50 metres of mineralization, grading 3.89 percent copper, 4.47 grams per tonne (g/t) gold and 84.6 g/t silver. This includes higher grade intervals of 5.55 metres grading 6.28 percent copper, 7.01 g/t gold and 202.1 g/t silver and a second interval of 6.80 metres grading 8.52 percent copper, 11.17 g/t gold and 162.0 g/t silver. Downhole from this intercept, drilling intersected another zone of skarn alteration with visible sulphide mineralization. Assays from the lower section of the mineralized skarn extension are pending.

Click here to read the full Sun Metals (TSXV:SUNM) press release.

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