Brunswick Exploration Ltd, a premier Canadian junior exploration company, has just announced that it has extended the strike length of its MR-4 High-Grade Mineralization Zone to 600 meters. This exciting news provides further support for their recently announced gold and base metal discovery at the Mirage project.
Brunswick made the discovery at the project back in early 2020, which was causing quite a stir within the mineral exploration community due to its promising early results. The company has been working hard to expand the high-grade zone, and the efforts have paid off. It has now confirmed that the zone has a strike length of 600 meters.
The Mirage project is situated in the northern part of Chibougamau in Quebec, Canada. It boasts a significant gold bearing rock, one that contains varying grades of precious metals. Situated within a 1.3 km long mineralized corridor, Brunswick already has plans to further explore this exciting discovery.
This announcement has quickly gained attention in the industry, with many potential investors taking interest. It is further evidence that there is a viable gold resource in north Quebec and Brunswick’s discovery is clearly worth further exploration.
Brunswick Exploration’s next step is to conduct further drilling to further define the gold resource and establish a mineral resource estimate. It plans to continue working on defining the scope of the mineralization and further develop the resources associated with the recently extended gold zone.
This exciting news could be a major jumping point for Brunswick Exploration Ltd, giving it the potential to make its mark as a leading exploration company in the mineral exploration industry. It is certainly an interesting development in the world of mineral exploration and one worth paying attention to.