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Sanatana to start drill program at its Jackfish property, northern Ontario

The Jackfish Property is located on the northern shores of Lake Superior, 75 km west of Hemlo and 20 km east of Terrace Bay. Map: Sanatana Resources
The Jackfish Property is located on the northern shores of Lake Superior, 75 km west of Hemlo and 20 km east of Terrace Bay. Map: Sanatana Resources
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Simon Matthis - 19 Mar 2018

Sanatana Resources intends to undertake a 1,500 m drill program to test anomalous geochemical and structural targets with potential for gold and base metal mineralization on its Jackfish property, Northern Ontario. These drill targets arise from combining recently completed inversion modelling of geophysical data and property wide geochemical results and geological observation

Peter Miles, President and CEO, stated:

“Since assembling the property package in June last year, the Company has swiftly taken the Jackfish property from a collection of isolated and seemingly disparate gold showings held by separate claim holders, to a single project developing a regional framework to make sense of the separate styles of mineral showings and past mines and form a coherent exploration strategy to work towards discovery of economic significance.

The planned initial drill program will begin to test these ideas, with success leading to further drilling and other exploration activities on this target and the many other targets remaining to be tested on the property.”

Sanatana Resources Inc. is a mineral exploration and development company that has optioned the Jackfish gold property in northwestern Ontario.

 

 

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