Copper Reef Mining Corp. (CSE:CZC) announced “encouraging” results from kimberlite indicator mineral sampling completed this fall at the C2, C3 and B1 properties, located at its Saskatchewan-based Pikoo diamond project.
As quoted in the press release:
The 28 Till samples collected were sent to Charles Fipke’s lab C.F. Minerals Research Ltd. of Kelowna, where they underwent various methods of separating and collecting kimberlite indicator minerals. A total of 982 kimberlite indicator minerals were visually picked and from that total, 60 kimberlite indicator minerals were verified by microprobe analysis from 20 of the 28 samples collected. Management believes these preliminary results, especially those on the C2 and northern C3 properties are significant and warrant further till sampling and ground examination.
The C2 and C3 properties are located north of the Hanson Lake Highway 10 km east of the village of Deschambault. The B1 property lies north of Pelican Narrows, Saskatchewan. Till samples were collected to search for a suite of the unique ‘indicator’ minerals that are often key elements of diamondiferous kimberlite intrusions.
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