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Pure Gold Mining (TSXV:PGM) announced final drill results from its 2014 exploration program at the Madsen Gold project in Ontario. Results included an intercept of 7.0 grams per tonne of gold over 9.0 meters, including 26.6 grams per tonne over 2 meters, 35 meters below surface.

Pure Gold Mining (TSXV:PGM) announced final drill results from its 2014 exploration program at the Madsen Gold project in Ontario. Results included an intercept of 7.0 grams per tonne of gold over 9.0 meters, including 26.6 grams per tonne over 2 meters, 35 meters below surface.

As quoted in the press release:

Pure Gold completed a total of 6,895 metres from 26 exploration drill holes in 2014 and has been successful in discovering high-grade mineralization in the Fork Zone, McVeigh Ramp and Austin target areas (see news releases dated October 23 and October 29, 2014 for previous results). All drilling in 2014 was conducted utilizing oriented core to help identify structural and stratigraphic controls on mineralization.

Pure Gold president and CEO, Darin Labrenz, said:

Our exploration drilling in 2014 has delivered high-grade intercepts in several target areas, while leading to an improved understanding of geology and structural controls on mineralization over the 50 square kilometer land package at Madsen. Pure Gold’s comprehensive 2014 field program has highlighted the potential of gold-bearing structures in the Fork Zone and Russet South target areas to host high grade mineralization. We look forward to drill-testing these targets in our upcoming winter drill program.

Click here to read the Pure Gold Mining (TSXV:PGM) press release

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