12 Nov CopAur Minerals reports results from early exploration activity in BC, Canada
TSXV-listed junior explorer CopAur Minerals has reported results from its 2021 soil programme within the historic T-Bill gold zone at its 100% owned copper-gold project in British Columbia (BC), Canada.
The soil programme was designed to confirm surface mineralisation within the T-Bill gold zone, as well as provide reconnaissance sampling of surrounding prospective areas across the Williams Copper-Gold Project, which is located within the prolific Golden Horseshoe area of North-central BC.
Following completion of the reconnaissance soil and rock sampling programme, the company has announced the discovery of a new North-trending zone of surface mineralisation that extends ~1,000 metres in strike-length and is located ~1.1 km West of historic gold-in-soil anomalies.
Mineralised zone soil samples typically assayed up to 320 ppb gold, with one sample assaying up to 6.88 g/t gold.
“With significant potential extensions now being identified at the T-Bill zone together with a new mineralised trend to the West, the company will have a number of priority targets for future follow-up that remain largely untested by drilling,” said CopAur CEO Jeremy Yasenuik.
The recent completion of a property-wide VTEM airborne geophysical survey will provide additional context for identifying new prospective exploration targets throughout the mostly unexplored 5,159-hectare project.