“We obviously like the results. And they’re consistent with what we expect on the Beattie. The Beattie is one component of this cyanide-porphyry structure starting from the west—then you have adjacent and contiguous with that the Donchester, Central Duparquet, Dumico and the Duquesne. So, as Clifton Star drilled almost 100,000 metres, and now Osisko with 123,000 metres, it’s pretty well confirming what we expect. Before the year’s out we’re looking forward to the remaining results in the Donchester, which in the past has given us higher values and wider widths.
“We’re obviously very sanguine about our chances going forward. And I stress that we are looking for a open pit scenario as well as an underground scenario.”
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