Arctic Star Samples up to 0.96% Nb2O5 from Carbonatite Discovery at the CAP Property, BC

- September 25th, 2017

Arctic Star Exploration (the “Company”) is pleased to report that it is in receipt of analytical results from its summer 2017 exploration program at it’s wholly owned CAP Property, located approximately 80 km northwest of Prince George, B.C. The summer exploration program at CAP focused within an area measuring approximately 3 kilometres by 1 kilometres, … Continued

Arctic Star Exploration (the “Company”) is pleased to report that it is in receipt of analytical results from its summer 2017 exploration program at it’s wholly owned CAP Property, located approximately 80 km northwest of Prince George, B.C.
The summer exploration program at CAP focused within an area measuring approximately 3 kilometres by 1 kilometres, and included four drill holes, geologic mapping and sampling, and prospecting. The program was highly successful, resulting in the discovery of an exposure of carbonatite and related rocks with greater than 90-m strike-length and an estimated thickness exceeding 50 m. To date, the discovery has been tested by only a single drill hole.
According to Jody Dahrouge, P.Geo. and President of Dahrouge Geological (consultant to Arctic Star):

“The discovery of highly anomalous concentrations of Niobium, Phosphate and REO’s at such an early stage in the exploration of the CAP project should be considered highly encouraging.
Future exploration at CAP will follow up on surface samples that contained highly anomalous concentrations of Niobium and which may be related to drill hole CAP17-004.”

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