The results from this portion of the Phase 3 diamond drilling show that the historical drilling in the 'D' Zone either did not intersect this significant volcanogenic massive sulphide mineralization or for some reason this high-grade Copper-Zinc mineralization was not reported in the historical drill logs. This discovery significantly expands the D Zone mineralization and indicates that similar mineralization may extend along strike and downdip.
Four mineralized zones were drill tested during the Phase 3 drilling campaign. It is evident from the drilling results that the D and G zones may be continuous and that more drilling is required to fully test their strike and downdip extensions. It is also evident from the 2021-22 drilling results that the D and G zones are considerably larger than previously documented and that the historical drilling either did not fully intersect these zones or did not report significant assay results. Thus, there is good potential for expanding the dimensions of these and other zones within the Main Mine area.
York Harbour Metals Inc. (TSXV: YORK) (OTC Pink: YORKF) (FSE: 5DE0) (formerly Phoenix Gold Resources and TSXV: PXA & OTC Pink: PGRCF) is an exploration and development company focused on the 100%-owned York Harbour Copper-Zinc-Silver Project, a mineral property located approximately 27 km from Corner Brook, Newfoundland. The Company plans to continue drilling the strike and depth extents of Main Mine area and test the other massive sulphide targets, like the No 4 Brook showing, while focusing on gaining access to the 400-level and Sea Level adits.
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