June 9, 2022
- Victoria Structure hosts central surface mineralization, confirming mineralized strike length at 20km.
- Surface samples of well mineralized calc-silicate rock were obtained east and west of the Victoria stripped area, the same unit as intersected in drilling.
- EM survey continues to deliver mineralization as indicated, this is proof of concept which will aid in follow up field work and drill hole planning.
Renforth Resources Inc. (CSE – RFR) (OTCQB– RFHRF) (FSE-9RR) (“Renforth” or the “Company”) is pleased to update shareholders on the visual results of our recently concluded Spring 2022 prospecting campaign on our wholly owned, 330 km2 Surimeau District Property, endowed with battery metals mineralization in several locations. The district scale property is road accessible, located near Malartic, Quebec, with two hydro electric power lines on the property from generating stations just to the south.
Renforth’s field crew prospected across the entire property, with several targets. All of the targets were visited with samples taken and submitted to the assay laboratory, it is anticipated receipt of results will be several months. The nature of the sulphide mineralization present on the Victoria Structure and at Lalonde allows the recognition of the presence of mineralization in the field, in some instances confirmed by an XRF, the amount of minerals present will be determined by the lab analysis, which will be released once received.
“Our first round of prospecting our district scale Surimeau property this year went very well, our EM survey is proving to be an excellent road map to mineralization. High level observations are presented in this press release, you can appreciate that lots of data has been generated and will be assimilated into our growing project model, with more to come once assays are received. Everything we are learning will be utilized in the next round of prospecting at Surimeau and, eventually, our next drill program. We have new targets for the next round, based on what we learned this round, which we will target as we continue to learn about and develop Surimeau, Quebec’s newest battery metals district” states Nicole Brewster, President and CEO of Renforth.