Brunswick Exploration (TSXV: BRW) is undertaking a 26 hole drill program in its quest to find lithium at its Mirage Project, found in the Eeyou Istchee-James Bay region.
The program will consist of an aggregate 5,000 metres of drilling under a phase one program, which is intended to test continuity and widths of six spodumene-bearing pegmatite dykes that are known to be present on the property. The dykes lay along a 2,500 metre strike.
Separately, the company reported that it has identified additional spodumene-bearing outcrops 4.5 kilometres to the northeast of the centre of the known dyke field. Mineralized dykes are now known to be present over a length of 6.0 kilometres, with mineralized boulders extending a further 2.7 kilometres to the southwest, with mineralization remaining open in all directions.
The main dyke field currently measures 2,700 metres by 850 metres, while the new discovery currently has a length of at least 175 metres, with the width presently unknown.
“This new discovery confirms the up-ice potential and there remains substantial more prospecting to be done on the property in the coming weeks. Drilling will start by testing the six most significant dykes identified to date, and we expect that the next few months will be extremely exciting for BRW shareholders,” commented CEO Killian Charles.
The Mirage Project is one of sixty projects that Brunswick has in the region while it takes efforts to discover lithium. The company indicates that its holdings as a whole contain over 250 pegmatites that are over 500 metres in strike, with hundreds of additional targets yet to be fully explored.
The exploration program at Mirage meanwhile follows the company dropping assets across three provinces as it moves to refocus its efforts solely on the James Bay region, given the recent success seen by other operators in the area.
Brunswick Exploration last traded at $0.93 on the TSX Venture.
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