Kiska Metals Corporation KSK:CA announced assay results from the Island Mountain Deposit at its Whistler Project in Alaska. Highlights include 0.73 g/t gold over 87.6 metres (including 1.02 g/t over 55.6 metres), 0.85 g/t over 99.4 metres, 0.68 g/t over 69 metres and 0.53 g/t over 237.4 metres (including 1.17 g/t over 54 metres).
VP Exploration Mark Baknes said, “Island Mountain continues to grow. Our 2010 field mapping shows that breccia bodies extend over a minimum area of 800 by 450 metres and drilling indicates that mineralization is open in all directions. With the receipt of positive preliminary metallurgical results for the Island Mountain mineralization, we can envisage the definition of a second resource to complement the growing resource at the Whistler Deposit.”
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by Ted Niles