The funded C$45 million program will once more step out past the four-kilometre-long Part 1 grid drilling space, which has been liable for producing the majority of the high-grade gold mineralization to this point.
This system may even embrace any extra infill drilling of the Part 1 LP Fault grid drilling space which may be required and also will goal growth and infill drilling of the Hinge, Limb and Arrow zones that had seen much less exploration exercise in latest quarters.
Moreover, the subsequent part of drilling will check new regional targets at Dixie.
Ongoing drilling continues to intersect high-grade and bulk tonnage gold mineralization on the LP fault.
Nice Bear says the gold in high-grade domains is mostly seen as free gold in quartz veins and silica-sulphide substitute zones. Disseminated mineralization with excessive grades can be seen with decrease grade envelopes (the LP fault) and are appropriate for bulk tonnage mining.