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Zenyatta Continues to Intersect Wide Zones of Graphite Mineralization

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Zenyatta Ventures Ltd. (ZEN.V) today announced assay results from the first hole (#10) of the current campaign on the 100% owned Albany (Hydrothermal) Graphite Deposit, located in northeastern Ontario, Canada.

Drill hole 10 intersected 360.8 metres of graphite mineralization from 49.0 m to 409.8 m yielding an average grade of 5.1% Carbon ( C ). This represents the widest zone of graphite material intersected to date on the Albany deposit, Zenyatta said in a statement.

Other highlights:

Drill hole 11 intersected 202.0 m of graphite mineralization from 393.0 m to 595.0 m.

Drill hole 12 intersected 195.0 m of graphite mineralization from 90.0 m to 285.0 m.

Drill hole 13 intersected 219.0 m of graphite mineralization from 96.0 m to 315.0 m.

Drill hole 14 intersected 286.9 m of graphite mineralization from 108.8 m to 395.7 m and a second zone of 127.3 m of graphite mineralization from 431.3 m to 558.0 m.

Drill hole 15 intersected 301.9 m of graphite mineralization from 63.3 m to 365.2 m.

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