September 30, 2021
Renforth Resources Inc. (CSE – RFR) (OTCQB– RFHRF) (FSE-9RR) (“Renforth” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that summer prospecting in the southwestern part of the Huston area within the wholly owned ~260 km2Surimeau District Battery Metals property returned an assay of 1.9% Ni, 1.38% Cu, 1170ppm Co and 4 g/t Ag, within a grab sample taken from strongly foliated diorite with patchy oxidation on the weathered surface. A grab sample is selected by the geologist and may not be representative of the property as a whole. In this instance, the diorite sampled hosts a quartz vein with trace pyrite, as can be seen in the pictures below. The vein did not return significant nickel values.
The previously unexplored Huston area is located approximately 18km NW of the Victoria West area of the Surimeau property. The ~5km long Victoria West area was the site of recent drilling by Renforth, delivering visible sulphides in the core, with assays still awaited.
This Huston result obtained by Renforth is considered notable by management as it is the first documented occurrence of nickel in this area, which is largely entirely unexplored with the exception of a limited drill program in the general area by Hecla in the 1980s, which was focused on gold. Renforth will have the geological team revisit this area later this fall, after hunting season closes, before snow is on the ground.