Cogitore Resources has reported the results of a 50 m step-out hole, hole SC-72, which was drilled to the east of the high-grade "34" Zinc Zone.
The hole SC-72 intersected 2.5% Cu, 8.7% Zn, 0.7 g/t Au and 100 g/t Ag at depths between 418.5 m and 465.8 m and length of 47.3 m, which includes zinc-rich top, 1.7% Cu, 17.0% Zn, 1.3 g/t Au and 76 g/t Ag at depths between 421.1 m and 434.7 m and length of 13.6 m including copper rich core and 5.1 % Cu, 9.7 % Zn, 0.4 g/t Au and 196 g/t Ag at depths between 434.7 m and 448.0 m and length of 13.3 m.
The results are obtained as weighted averages of separate assays. Massive sulphides are observed up to 35 m which is enclosed within top and bottom layers of stringer-type mineralization. The true massive sulphide thickness has been calculated to be 95% to 100% of the core length. The intersection under surface occurs at a depth of about 370 m.
Hole SC-72 was drilled to understand the stratigraphical relation of high-grade "34" Zinc Zone is whether to Central Lens or West Lens. The zinc-rich top of Hole SC-72 shows that the Zinc Zone is connected to West Lens.
The Scott Lake project is situated at Chibougamau mining camp in Quebec, which is well connected through land and air transport. The key hydro transmission lines and forestry roads pass through the Scott Township. Chibougamau was one among the largest copper producing districts in Canada through the years 1950 and 1960.