New polymetallic mineralisation trend at Juggernaut’s Empire property

Monday 19th February 2018, 17:00 (CET).

Extensive porphyry-style alteration and gold-silver-polymetallic mineralised veins and breccias have been discovered at Juggernaut’s Empire property

The newly discovered Inca Trend is located in the world class geological terrane of northwestern British Columbia; this significant discovery was made as a result from rapid glacial and snowpack recession in the region. Inca is drill ready and is in close proximity to excellent infrastructure and has road access. The Rockstar discovery zone within Inca measures 1000 x 550 m with 450 m of vertical relief and remains open in all directions (VIDEO).

Rockstar is located within the newly discovered 5.5 Km long Inca Trend that contains widespread bedrock polymetallic mineralisation and potassic alteration indicating a large porphyry feeder source at depth and provides for multiple strong drill targets for the planned inaugural 2018 drill program.

A state of the art, high resolution ground IP geophysical survey is planned early on to outline the widespread surface mineralisation in the subsurface and define additional drill targets both at depth and along strike. This survey will augment the many high-grade bedrock discoveries that are the focus of the inaugural drill program on Empire.

MiningIR caught up with CEO Dan Stuart at this year’s VRIC who described the property in more detail:

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