Preliminary field work on ground held by Pacific Golden Spike Resources (VSE) in the Voisey Bay area of Labrador is turning up sulphide mineralization.
The identified gossan measures more than 2 km in length by 400 metres in width.
Pacific Golden Spike reports that semi-massive pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite have been traced over 600 metres of the gossan’s strike length within a minimum thickness of 5 metres. A second parallel zone of similar mineralization has been located 300 metres to the south. Assays from blasted samples should be available before September.