Cartier Resources Drilling 50,000-m Across Four Gold Projects in Quebec

Cartier Resources has announced plans for 50,000-m in exploration drilling to be conducted at its Chimo Mine, Benoist, Wilson, and Fenton gold projects in Quebec. The drilling is intended to explore the depth and lateral extensions of known high-grade gold mineralization and expand the dimensions of known deposits on the four properties.
At the formerly producing Chimo mine, two rigs will complete 25,000 m of drilling. One rig will focus on depth and lateral extensions of known mineralization and expand the dimensions of gold zones that have been previously outlined. A second rig will focus exclusively on drilling the depth extension along plunge of the main Chimo gold zone, where the bulk of the ounces were mined. Cartier plans to begin the Chimo drilling in June and to complete it by December.

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