MONTRÉAL – Canadian Metals Inc. (“CME” or the “Corporation“) (CSE: CME) is pleased to report the discovery of Visible Gold and new mineralized occurrences, along the fertile NE-SW Benjamin Rhyolite trend while mapping and prospecting. In addition, both geophysical surveys “Helicopter Borne Magnetic and Time Domain Electromagnetic (TDEM)” and “Induced Polarization (IP)” surveys have been completed and interpretation and target identification are in progress on its GoldStrike Property north of the Bathurst Mining Camp.
Bedrock mapping and prospecting by geologists over the fertile Benjamin Rhyolite with focus on the LG Showing where Visible Gold was discovered in the ‘455’ Vein was completed at end of July. A total of 164 samples were collected and have been dispatched to Actlabs Ltd. for fire assay and lithogeochemical analysis; results are expected by mid to late-September. A structural analysis of the Quartz-Au vein system across GoldStrike property is ongoing with reporting expected by end of October.
A new mineralized rhyolite occurrence “Alyssa W” was found 400m West of the original Alyssa discovery. An IP survey will be carried out as soon as possible over the zone and tested for its economic potential by either trenching and(or) drilling.
The interpretation of the Geophysical surveys both the Mag-TDEM and IP surveys have outlined major structures and Chargeability anomalies associated with mineral occurrences indicating lateral continuity to the mineralized zones. Work is ongoing to define new targets to follow-up.
A new trenching and sampling program is starting on the LG Zone including the 455 Vein to expand and follow-up on the discovery of several new mineralized occurrences of quartz stockwork within the Benjamin Rhyolite in proximity of the original discovery in preparation for a late fall-early winter drill program. A well-defined chargeability anomaly is associated with the LG mineralized zone.
Grab sample positions were recorded with a GPS. Standard industry Quality Assurance and Quality Control (QA-QC) procedures have been implemented to ensure best practices in sampling and analysis of the grab samples. A secure sample chain of custody was also implemented and samples delivered directly to the laboratory in Fredericton in secure tagged bags.
Donald R. Boucher, P Geo., Qualified Persons as defined by NI 43-101 standards of disclosure for mineral projects, has supervised the ongoing programs, prepared, and approved the technical content of this press release.
Stephane Leblanc, President and CEO of Canadian Metals Inc. said: “I am pleased with the ongoing 2022 mapping and prospecting programs on the fertile Benjamin Rhyolite, which continues to deliver exciting new discoveries and look forward to the sample results expected in mid to late September from the laboratory.”
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