Premier Gold Provides Hardrock Update; Fell 9% To Near Year Lows Friday
PREMIER GOLD MINES LIMITED (PG.TO), which fell 9% and close to a year low $1.57 on Friday, announced additional high-grade results from ongoing drilling at the company's Trans-Canada Property in Northwestern Ontario. Drilling has discovered a parallel gold-bearing horizon within 250 metres of surface and continues to confirm extensions to several horizons. New highlight intercepts include:
400.53 grams per tonne gold (g/t Au) across 5.0 metres (m) in hole HR156 including 2,000 g/t Au across 1.0 m drilled to upgrade resources in the deeper portion of the pit shell within the HGN-Zone.
A new zone(s) was discovered (North Wall Zone) to the north of the primary resource area in the condemnation program. Early results include 132.32 g/t Au across 3.9 m (3.86 oz/t gold across 12.8 feet) in hole HR155; and 13.96 g/t Au across 6.0 m and 1.52 g/t across 17.0 m in hole HR157 contained within a conceptual pit shell design.
3.80 g/t Au across 22.0 m in hole HR142, a step out hole in the western portion of the conceptual open pit resource area.
20.22 g/t Au across 4.5 m in the Fortune Zone in hole HR143 drilled to upgrade resources from Inferred to Indicated within a larger conceptual open pit shell.
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