Brunswick Exploration Moves Focus To Hearst Project With 1,000 Metre Drill Program Now Underway

Just days after releasing preliminary results for drilling at the Anatacau West project in Quebec, Brunswick Exploration (TSXV: BRW) is firing up the drill rigs yet again. The latest drilling, however, is set to occur at the firms Hearst Project, found in Ontario.

Brunswick this morning indicated that a drilling a stripping program has began at the property as it looks to test spodumene-bearing pegmatites at the property. Both the Mantis and Firefly pegmatites are set to be tested under the program, as well as the Decoy pegmatite.

Drilling is set to amount to 1,000 metres in aggregate to test the strike extent and depth of the pegmatites. Four holes are planned to occur at Decoy, where the pegmatite contains a known strike of 65 metres, with widths of up to 20 metres.

Stripping meanwhile is targeted for Firely and Mantis, which are found two kilometres to the southwest of Decoy. The pegmatites are said to measure 95 metres by 26 metres, with strike to be determined by the stripping program. Depending upon the success of the stripping program, Brunswick will “rapidly plan drilling” if it is warranted.

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“Concurrent to the planned drilling, we will also begin a major grassroot initiative to identify new pegmatites over an approximately eight-kilometre trend of prospective ground. We are thrilled to officially launch this new exploration program in Ontario and look forward to our next planned drill program at the Hanson Lake Project in Saskatchewan this summer,” commented CEO Killian Charles.

Brunswick Exploration last traded at $0.83 on the TSX Venture.

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