Tocvan develops Mexican gold-silver project


Progress on investment Calgary-based Tocvan Ventures has announced the completion of data compilation and surface evaluation of the company’s San Ramon Prospect within the El Picacho gold-silver project in Sonora, Mexico.


“The data clearly shows that San Ramon is a high-priority target showcasing mineralization from surface to a minimum depth of 60-meters, over a 500-meter trend and open in all directions,” said Brodie Sutherland, the miner’s chief executive, as quoted in a statement.

“Past work has de-risked this target as we know mineralization extends to depth from historic drill logs. The high-grade gold and silver seen at surface and recorded from the underground workings confirms a robust system is present. Follow-up grid drilling of the area will be a priority for El Picacho’s development,” according to Sutherland.