Victory Nickel has reported the analytical results from five holes, which is drilled at the "North Limb" nickel-mineralized area in the Minago nickel project.
This project is situated on the Thompson nickel belt that is around 485 km north of Winnipeg in Manitoba.
The company has drilled 6,172 m, totaling 15 holes along 1,600 m of the North Limb. The North Limb is a nickel mineralization domain broadening north from the Nose deposit. The Nose deposit includes all the reported resources from the Minago Project. The host rock and the nickel mineralization existing at the North Limb are similar to the Nose deposit and the North Limb offers a huge target for extending the nickel resource. Besides, the North Limb, the company has executed winter drilling to target the depth expansion and to expand the western part of the near surface of the nickel mineralization domain.
The reported holes have been lapelled at North Limb trend’s south end and expand northward. The company encountered the continuity of nickel between the holes and sections and significant uninterrupted thickness of nickel mineralization including grades analogous to the Nose deposit. All this potential, shallow nickel mineralization has not been integrated in any resource estimate. TSL Laboratories of Saskatchewan has produced all the analytical results.