In anticipation of PDAC, Pancontinental Resources (TSXV:PUC) has shared a corporate update with its shareholders, indicating the work completed to date in 2019, as well as future plans.
In a letter to investors, Pancon President and CEO Layton Croft provided insight into the company’s 2019 drill program at the Montcalm battery and energy metals district in Ontario. “We expect to drill more than 4,000 metres in 10 holes at the Montcalm Project, which is adjacent to the former Montcalm nickel-cobalt-copper mine owned by Glencore,” Croft stated. “These 10 holes target VTEM anomalies were identified and studied in 2018. We expect assay results in March.” Croft also touched upon the plans being made for exploration at the Nova, Gambler and Strachan projects.
At PDAC, Pancon will attend at booth #3010, and will share copies of the latest edition of Resource World Magazine, which has an article titled “Pancontinental focuses on ethical, clean energy materials. Pancon was also recently featured in an article from The Assay, titled “Key Junior Resource Themes in 2019.”