Kenrich explores near Stewart, B.C.

Kenrich Mining (KRC-V) is carrying out a $1.6-Million exploration program on the Corey polymetallic property in northern British Columbia.

Plans call for an airborne geophysical survey to be flown over the eastern half of the property, to be followed by reconnaissance and geological work.

Work was to have begun in mid-April, but poor weather caused delays.

The property is 10 km south of the Eskay Creek gold-silver mine of Homestake Mining (HM-N) and Prime Resources (PRU-T).

Kenrich plans to focus on polymetallic massive sulphide targets hosted in felsic volcanic units, similar to those found at Eskay Creek.


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