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BTU Metals Announces Work Program Update at Ontario

Mining News - Published on Wed, 21 Aug 2019

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BTU Metals Corp announced the following update on its ongoing exploration activities at its Dixie Halo project located in Red Lake, Ontario. The Company is currently drilling the eighth hole of the program with 7 holes, totalling approximately 1,300 meters, now complete. Drilling to date has focused on testing IP anomalies near the north central boundary with Great Bear Resources about 1.5 km south of GBR's "Hinge Zone". Select core continues to be logged, sawn and shipped to the lab for assays as the holes are completed.

Among drill targets to be tested is a fence of short holes to test strong, broad IP chargeability anomalies on what appears to be the strike extension of GBR’s newly recognized "LP Fault" structure. This structure hosts high grade gold at several locations along several kilometres and the structure is reported to be 18 km in length. BTU geologists believe the southeastern portion of this fault appears to cross BTU's ground. Other sub-parallel structures have been interpreted to be present or extend on to the Dixie Halo property.

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Posted By : Sanju Moirangthem on Wed, 21 Aug 2019
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