Ressources Sphinx and its partner SOQUEM have recently announced the results of the geological surveys that were conducted in three locations soundings the Calumet-Sud Project, in Ile-du-Grand-Calumet. A total of 29 holes were drilled in January along the zone identified in the fall of 2018. It was mentioned that a zinc-rich environment has been found. The drilling results reveal two zinc rich areas near the surface, while the surface work revealed only one in the fall.
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According to the press release issued by Sphinx, the samples were analyzed at the ALS laboratory in Val-d’Or, Quebec. The analysing procedure includes grinding, separation and the use a sodium peroxide with ICP AES finish. Sphinx says it applies the QA / QC program that uphold the industry standard.
The 2019 winter drilling program is being conducted under the supervision of Jeremie Ryan and under the direction of Michel Gauthier,Ph.D. (geothech and director of the Corporation), qualified under the Canadian NI 43-101. The press release was prepared by Normand Champigny, former CEO, current acting executive director and qualified person of the company.