Renforth Resources Inc. is a Toronto-based diamond and base metals exploration company with significant concessions in and around the McFaulds Lake “Ring of Fire” discovery area of northern Ontario.
Renforth has an option to earn 55% interest in five diamondiferous kimberlites referred to as the Kyle kimberlites: two of which have undergone detail diamond drilling, providing sufficient sample volume for initial diamond content investigations, these are ready for a mini bulk-sampling stage; the remaining three kimberlites were targeted for detail drilling and preliminary diamond content evaluation, where up to 4 tonnes of sample were to be procured. Additional mineral claims lie within ten kilometres of Noront Resources Ltd.’s recent base metal discoveries at its Double Eagle Project.
Exploration Company / Junior MinerDiamond, Copper, Aluminum, Lead, Nickel, Tin, Zinc
Renforth Forms Exploration Target for New Alger Property
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