Tri Origin pinpoints gold anomalies

Tri Origin Exploration (TOE-V) has outlined gold geochemical anomalies at its Red Lake Extension property, 10 km southeast of the Red Lake mine in northern Ontario.

Four anomalous areas have been defined, the most widespread of which comprises 1,500 by 800 metres. This anomaly is defined by 19 overburden samples, which assayed 80-183 parts per billion gold (background varied from 1-40 ppb gold).

The three other areas are defined by a grouping of at least four anomalous samples. Spot highs (up to 2,093 ppb gold) require further definition.

More than 800 “humus” soil samples were taken at 50-metre-spacings along tie-lines spaced 400 metres apart.

The 88-sq.-km property would appear to cover a major contact between mafic volcanic rocks with intermediate-to-felsic volcanic rocks (an extension of the Red Lake greenstone belt), as well as a large, 3-by-7-km felsic-to-intermediate intrusion.

Follow-up ground geophysics will be carried out later this month, following which drilling will test gold targets.


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