The company said that all intersections are within a flat lying tabular-style deposit known as K-32 and all intercepts are located above 42 metre depths.
Osisko Metals (TSXV:OM) has announced assay results from 14 drill holes completed in the East Mill zone in the Pine Point mining camp.
According to the release, drill hole EM-18-PP-140 intersected 13.91% percent zinc and 7.56 percent lead (21.47 percent zinc-lead) over 9.98 metres and hole EM-18-PP-152 intersected 4.22 percent zinc and 2.56 percent lead (21.47 percent lead-inc) over 8.20 metres.
As quoted in the press release:
All intersections are within a flat lying tabular-style deposit known as K-32 and all intercepts are located above 42 metre depths.
The historical K-32 deposit currently measures 410 metres in strike length with an average mineralized width of approximately 65 metres. It occurs within the East Mill zone that hosts eight historical deposits containing unclassified historical resources reported by Cominco. The K-32 deposit is located along the main haulage road, 3.9 kilometres to the east of the existing electrical sub-station and former mill site. The East Mill zone extends 7.6 kilometres to the east of the electrical substation and is adjacent to the main haul road along its entire length.