Canadian miner to launch drilling at copper-gold project

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Progress on investment Vancouver-based Alpha Copper has announced that mobilisation to its Indata copper-gold project has commenced, and began moving the drill rig and excavator to the project site with the aim to execute on the company’s maiden 5,000-metre drilling campaign.


“The Indata project encompasses 3,189 hectares (7,880 acres) and is located 230 kilometers northwest of the City of Prince George and immediately south of the Stardust-Kwanika Project owned by Northwest Copper Corp. The upcoming exploration program while predominantly diamond drilling will also include new grid work and excavator trenching,” the Canadian miner said in a statement. 


“We look forward to reporting on the results at this exciting project in advancing the asset valuation and shareholder value that the copper sector and our Indata project are poised to deliver,” said Darryl Jones, the company’s chief executive