Duncan Park Holdings has contracted Chibougamau Diamond Drilling of Quebec to begin the diamond drilling program at the Red Lake, Ontario properties in early August.
The plan of the ongoing program is to drill three holes in the south-eastern Dome property and then six holes adjacent to north McManus claims, based on the suggestions of the consulting geologist, Mr. Gordon Yule.
The company has planned to perform this drilling program at the Dome property for examining a chargeability anomaly having a strike length of 300 m and breadth of 75 m, which was discovered by the geophysical work of Abitibi. It will also drill test two additional IP generated anomalies.
The McManus claims are drilled to primarily analyze a structural zone bearing sulphide at the joint between mafic volcanic rocks in the Chukuni deformation zone trending North-West and the Howey Diorite and to drill holes in order to examine further targets found by the geophysical report.
The regulatory approvals and due diligence have been completed relating to the definitive deal for the McManus property.