Lake Shore Gold Corp LSG:CA announced assays from its Thunder Creek Project in Ontario. Results include 4.91 g/t gold over 99.6 metres (including 13.9 g/t over 18.6 metres), 4.24 g/t over 22.3 metres (including 49.3 g/t over 0.5 metres), 6.54 g/t over 23.7 metres (including 19.06 g/t over 3.4 metres), 6.97 g/t over 9.8 metres, 2.24 g/t over 27.1 metres and 13.3 g/t over 13.2 metres (including 82.27 g/t over 1.6 metres).
President/CEO Tony Makuch said, “Drilling results from Thunder Creek continue to demonstrate that the property hosts a very large gold system with considerable potential to support a long-life, low-cost bulk mining operation. The core of porphyry mineralization that we have identified near the 730 Level is similar to those found in world class mines in the Timmins Camp such as the Hollinger and McIntyre deposits. The excellent widths and grades intersected both in the drill holes and the current mine development strongly confirm previous results obtained from surface drilling and provide us with even greater confidence as we continue development along mineralization on the 730 Level at Thunder Creek.”
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