Go Metals begins reverse circulation drill program at Quebec nickel-copper project
Mike EdwardsNews People in Process drilling Go Metals nickel-copper project Quebec
Go Metals Corp. of Vancouver has mobilized the drill to the HSP nickel-copper project, north of Havre-Saint-Pierre on the Côte-Nord of Quebec.
Highlights include the following:
- Completed 200 square kilometres AirTEM survey
- RC drill program based on UTEM ground survey
- Drill targets include Red Mountain, Chamber, and PGE
According to Scott Sheldon, CEO of Go Metals, “the AirTEM airborne survey has completed both the north and south contact extensions of the original HSP block.
“Our focus is now on drilling the UTEM anomalies where we confirmed the presence of highly conductive, west-dipping bodies at both Red Mountain and PGE zones. Drilling into the centre of the conductors perpendicular to the interpreted dip will give the company valuable information on each target.”
Hugues Longuépée, P.Geo., of IOS Geoscientific Services inc., is designated the qualified person for the company as defined in the National Instrument 43-101 and has reviewed the technical information presented within this news release. (The historic sample analytical data disclosed within this release has not been verified.)
Go Metals targets Canadian battery metal projects with its flagship HSP project having multiple nickel-copper sulphide targets within a 400 square kilometre land package north of Havre-Saint Pierre, Quebec in the Nitassinan of the Innu of Ekuanitshit.
The HSP property hosts multiple magmatic sulphide targets within a potential new nickel belt spanning hundreds of kilometres across the Havre-Saint-Pierre anorthosite complex in the Grenville Province.
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