Northern Superior Resources (TSXV: SUP) reported the discovery of eight gold-bearing structures and alteration zones at its Ti-pa-haa-kaa-ning gold-silver-copper project located in northwestern Ontario.
In a press release, the miner said the discoveries represent a critical and important advance in defining bedrock-hosted high-grade gold mineralization, necessary to yield the unique world-class gold grain-in-till dispersal apron and high-grade boulders defined and recovered within the Big Dam area, one of the three management zones into which the property has been subdivided.
According to Northern Superior, the structures have the potential to host economic deposits of gold because they have elevated gold values in widths of up to 20 metres, mineralized alteration envelopes with widths up to 30 metres, and a strike length of up to 2 kilometres, defined by tying mineralized structure to geophysical signature.
“To be clear, the drill core assays reported here do not reflect the anomalous gold grain-in-till values or the high-grade gold boulder assays previously reported for the Big Dam area,” T.F. Morris, Northern Superior’s president and CEO, said in the media statement.
“It is very important to put into context the size of this core program relative to the target area.
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