Canada Zinc Metals Corp. (TSXV:CZX) received drill assay results from several holes completed on select targets at its flagship Akie property during the 2013 field season.
Canada Zinc Metals Corp. (TSXV:CZX) received drill assay results from several holes completed on select targets at its flagship Akie property during the 2013 field season. The company’s two main goals during the period were to drill 4,000 meters at Akie and finish an airborne Versatile Time Domain EM geophysical survey over the whole Kechika Regional claim package.
As quoted in the press release:
Results have now been received for the first four drill holes of the program, including drill hole A-13-104 which tested the down-dip extent of the North Lead Anomaly. The North Lead Anomaly is defined by a large lead anomaly that measures approximately 200 metres by 1,000 metres long, with lesser internal barium, arsenic and iron anomalies. This anomaly is partially attributed to a nodular barite showing along a ridge and a massive sulphide lens enriched in lead that was intersected in drill hole A-96-24; located approximately 2.5 kilometres to the northwest of the Cardiac Creek deposit. Drill hole A-96-24 intersected a 0.8 metre thick interval of massive pyrite, galena and sphalerite mineralization directly overlying the debris flow present at the Gunsteel Formation/Road River Group contact. This interval graded 11.6% Zn and 9.05% Pb (“NI 43-101 Technical Report for the Akie Zinc-Lead-Silver Project, British Columbia, Canada” dated April 27, 2012, with an effective date of March 14, 2012).