Go Metals intersects wide intervals of nickel and copper sulphides

Go Metals Corp. has announced that nickel and copper sulfides have been visually identified at all five zones from the first ever drilling at the 100% owned HSP Nickel-Copper PGE Project, Quebec, Canada (the “Property”). The program has completed 1,250 metres of drilling to date and initial samples have been sent for analysis at an independent laboratory to be assayed for nickel, copper, platinum, and palladium content.

Program Initial Highlights:

  • 5 targets with confirmed visual nickel-copper mineralization all beginning near surface
  • Drilling intersected wide intervals of mineralization in 5 zones and all remain open to depth
  • Massive and semi-massive mineralization total of 21 metres in HSP-DDH-22-02
  • Disseminated mineralization intercept of 175 metres in HSP-DDH-22-04
  • Established consistent preliminary structural orientation of mineralized zones

Commenting on the results, Go Metals geophysical consultant Steve Balch summarized, “The AirTEM survey is responding to the more massive sulphide intersections within the extensive intervals of disseminated sulphide. The results from this maiden drill program are very encouraging and really open up the property as the targets were very widely spaced. The assay results within the disseminated sections will be particularly important as that is where the size of the project will ultimately be determined.

Scott Sheldon, President of Go Metals, says: “Initial logging of the core at HSP shows we are on to something exciting. Drilling has revealed wide zones of nickel-copper sulphides with excellent correlation to all the EM targets. Recent staking by the company covers 25-kilometres of additional untested strike length on the major regional contacts which appear to be controlling the emplacement of the nickel-copper sulphide mineralization.



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