GeoMegA Resources Discovers New Gold Outcrop
GeoMegA (TSXV:GMA) has discovered new gold-bearing outcrops on its Anik property in Quebec. Three mineralized outcrops, more than 250 meters apart, show the potential for the corridor.
According to the press release:
A saw sample taken on the new, mechanically stripped outcrop graded 3.16 g/t Au. In addition, two (2) new angular to sub-angular blocks, located 50 meters S-W of the discovery outcrop, graded 2.63 and 2.84 g/t Au. The gold-bearing corridor is located within an important structural zone of the Guercheville/Opawica deformation corridor.
Alain Cayer, Vice-President of exploration, said:
Anik is sending us excellent signals with its various mineralized outcrops and angular blocks near the discovery. We are at the beginning of a new gold discovery. Currently, the best results (7.86 g/t, 8.03 g/t and 10.30 g/t Au) are in altered, highly friable schists. The presence of overburden throughout the gold-bearing corridor makes access to the schists difficult. The work resumes next week to identify the extensions of the mineralized outcrops and identify drilling targets.