Osisko Metals Intersects 5.10 Percent Zinc-Lead Over 8.45 Metres at Pine Point

- June 8th, 2018

Osisko Metals has announced assay results from an additional 13 shallow drill holes completed along the East Mill Zone trend in the K-35 and L-35 deposit areas at its Pine Point project in the Northwest Territories.

Osisko Metals (TSXV:OM) has announced assay results from an additional 13 shallow drill holes completed along the East Mill Zone trend in the K-35 and L-35 deposit areas at its Pine Point project in the Northwest Territories.

According to the press release, drill hole EM-18-PP-107 intersected 4.95 percent zinc and 0.16 lead lead over 4.50 metres. Also warranting mention is hole EM-18-PP-106 that intersected 10.69 percent zinc-lead over 4.50 metres.

As quoted in the press release:

The reported drilling was focused on the area located 1.1 kilometres northeast of the L-35 and L-36 deposit areas reported previously and compliments previous results for the K-35 deposit. Near-surface mineralization was intersected above 46 metres vertical depth, with multiple mineralized intercepts reported in 3 drill holes.

All three deposits are within the East Mill Zone which is a 7.6-kilometre trend that extends towards the east from the electrical substation area. The core of the K-35 deposit hosts unclassified historical resources reported by Cominco of 0.86 million tonnes grading 3.67 percent zinc and 1.12 percent lead.

Click here to view the full Osisko Metals (TSXV:OM) press release.

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