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The news was discussed and dumbed down by Dr. Quinton Hennigh to me in this video.
• Core Assets’ 2021 VTEM Geophysical Survey detects an extensive (5km x 4.2km) magnetic and corresponding resistivity high, coinciding with a causative, potassically-altered and Cu-Mo-bearing granodiorite located adjacent to the Fe-Cu-Au Skarn Target (Figures 1-3).
• A large-scale and untested conductivity anomaly is coincident with the Llewellyn Fault Zone (LFZ), traceable along the entire length of Hoboe Creek (Figure 2).
• Strongest conductivity highs residing along the LFZ persist to depths of up to 500m (Figure 2).
• Cu and Au values in surficial rock samples collected from the Laverdiere Project, as well as the Cu content reported from historic drilling, show increases in overall grade with increasing proximity toward the North LFZ Conductivity Anomaly and the Llewellyn Fault (Figure 4).
• High-grade Fe-Cu-Au skarn mineralization delineated from prospecting and historic drilling between the South and North adits at Laverdiere is currently traceable for 800m along surface, to 300m at depth, and remains open in all directions.
• The LFZ represents a regional, crustal-scale structure that remains untested by deep diamond drilling at Laverdiere, and is spatially and temporally related to porphyry, skarn, and epithermal-type mineralization along its entire length in NW BC (>170km).
• Interpretations of geophysical data from the Silver Lime Skarn-CRD-Porphyry Project is currently underway and details will be presented prior to drill mobilization to high priority targets there.
Core Assets’ President and CEO Nick Rodway comments, “The Laverdiere Project is what initially attracted us to the Llewellyn Fault area. We can see a clear correlation between geophysical data, historic drilling, and surficial geochemical data indicating the right geological ingredients are present for a major discovery at Laverdiere. We are very excited to begin drilling these large-scale geophysical anomalies along the Llewellyn Fault as part of our aggressive 2022 summer drill campaign across the Blue Property.”