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“The Mitchi project is now entering the next stage in its exploration. With the main Sherlock zone well defined and the extensions better understood, our focus is to find and test additional mineralized zones from surface that could have volume potential ultimately leading to multiple open pit targets having minimal strip ratio potential similar to what we see at Sherlock.” commented Kiril Mugerman, President & CEO of Kintavar Exploration.
“The Mitchi property does not lack exploration targets. In fact, the recent identification of the new gold and cobalt trends complement and adds to our traditional copper mineralization. This is very significant for Kintavar as it provides a new range of targets and a new area to explore. Furthermore, we are evaluating higher grade copper targets within trucking distance of Mitchi in order to be able to consider all these zones ultimately under one resource estimate of significant size. The objective would be to advance these new targets to a drilling stage as quickly as possible and to bring them to the level we currently have at Sherlock. The infrastructure and the location of the Mitchi project is its main advantage allowing to work multiple zones in order to build up a large resource.”