Interra Copper Releases First Assays From Thane Copper-Gold Property

Interra Copper (CSE: IMCX) this morning revealed initial assay results from the 2021 drill program at the firms flagship Thane Property in North Central British Columbia. A total of three drill holes were released this morning.

The drill results come from the first program conducted by Interra on the property, and consisted of 12 holes across a total of 2,783 metres of drilling in aggregate. All three holes intersected both copper and gold mineralization.

Highlights from the results include:

  • TH21-01: 0.14% copper over 5.07 metres, or 0.23% copper equivalent
  • TH21-02: 14.90 metres of 0.17% copper, 0.05 g/t gold, 0.6 g/t gold, or 0.36% copper equivalent
  • TH21-05: 18.53 metres of 0.09% copper, 0.05 g/t gold, 0.6 g/t silver, or 0.16% copper equivalent

The three holes reported this morning came from the northern portion of the Cathedral Zone. Drilling at the zone was focused on testing an IP anomaly 600 square meters in size, as well as on surface outcrops of copper-gold.

“This drill program represents the first ever drilling at the Cathedral Area and the first significant drilling on the Thane property. We view these as highly encouraging results – targeting the first of five identified highly-prospective bulk-deposit style copper-gold targets on the project, and furthering our thesis that we are in proximity to a potentially larger porphyry system,” commented CEO Jason Nickel on the results.

Interra Copper last traded at $0.115 on the CSE.

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