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drilling program. The drilling contractors
used three diamond core rigs capable of drilling to depths of 1,400 meters. Last year’s exploration at Bornite was “focused on drilling
the extensions of mineralization last drilled by
[Trilogy] in 2013,” the company stated.
In September the company announced
initial results from the first three holes (total-
ing 3,083 meters) at Bornite, saying “the ini-
tial three drill holes show thick and continu-
ous intervals of copper mineralization and
represent up to 300 meter off-sets from the
company’s last round of drill holes completed
in 2013, which shows that the Bornite min-
eralized system continues to significantly
expand.” Specifically, at a cutoff grade of 0.5
percent copper, hole RC17-234 intersected
three mineralized intervals totaling 83. 3 me-
for Trilogy Metals,
looks at an outcrop.
Trilogy Metals Inc.