By John Rubino
Canadian explorer Dolly Varden controls 163 square kilometers of land in the southern tip of British Columbia’s Golden Triangle, just above the high-grade Brucejack and Eskay Creek gold mines. Its two main deposits are Dolly Varden and Homestake Ridge.
The past few years’ drilling has found 60 million ounces of silver and nearly a million ounces of gold.
More recent drilling has been stellar. Below are some results released on January 30 for the Homestake Ridge deposit. Grades are high and widths are wide for both gold and silver, with a bit of copper (Cu) as icing on the cake.