This is not in the swampy Abitibi territory where you can drill mostly in the winter. Here, you can drill anytime you want. Obviously, you cannot drill from the lakes in the summer but, ground-wise, it’s very stable and solid ground. You have very little swampy area that cannot be accessed in the summer.
The Mitchi property (approx. 30,000 hectares, 100% owned) located west of the Mitchinamecus reservoir, 100 km north of the town of Mont-Laurier. The property covers an area of more than 300 km2 accessible by a network of logging and gravel roads with a hydro-electric power substation located 14 km to the east.
"In our case, we were the first company “pre- Resource Estimate” where the CDPQ took a position more than 10%."
Read the abstract to "Metallogeny of the Grenville Province revisited" Michel Gauthier & Francis Chartrand, 2011.
"First of all, volumes are easier to add up when everything is horizontal than vertical, drilling-wise. Second, our drilling angle was completely wrong. All the drill holes that we drilled in November and December are all vertical."
"From a more macro point of view, there remains a deep disconnect, relatively speaking, between low prices and low inventories of metal held in warehouses. One does not need to spend a great deal of time doing an in-depth analysis of the markets to see the incongruity, just glance at where inventories were for each [base] metal a few years ago, and where they stand now and you will see our concern," said copper consultant John Gross in the Copper Journal Monthly Report published in early January.
StockPulse Productions presents our latest Hidden Treasure, Kintavar Exploration. Allan Barry Laboucan of Allan Barry Reports conducts an in-depth drill-down interview with Kiril Mugerman, president and CEO of Kintavar Exploration, discussing the history and the future of Kintavar and its flagship "Mitchi" project, the latest exploration results, financing, and what's next for 2020.
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