Metanor Resources Inc. (TSX.V-MTO) has provided this update on the current drilling program at its Bachelor project.
Two significant drill holes intersected 11.11 g/t gold over 13.44 metres and 8.04 g/t gold over 7.92 metres at their Bachelor Lake mine in Quebec.
Please see Metanor’s website for the full new release with a table of summarized intersections: www.metanor.ca as this is just an excerpt.
“Metanor is continuing with the underground drilling program of the “Main”, “A” and “E” (called before A-1) veins, from various levels of the mine. As mentioned in the April 29th and June 6th 2013 press releases, the drilling completed in the western extension of the deposit was used to locate the offset of the “Main” vein west of the “E” vein. Additional drillings and the development of a drift confirmed the mineralization at that location. A new drill station is being developed and will be completed very shortly on level 12. This station will allow Metanor to further explore this western extension between level 13 and 11.”