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Eskay Mining Corp. (ESKYF) – Extending the Strike Length at TV-Jeff

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Wednesday, August 10, 2022

Eskay Mining Corp. (ESKYF)
Extending the Strike Length at TV-Jeff

Mark Reichman, Senior Research Analyst, Natural Resources, Noble Capital Markets, Inc.

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New VMS discovery at the Jeff North target. Eskay Mining announced the discovery of a new volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) center at the Jeff North target in addition to recent drill intercepts of polymetallic mineralization in two areas along the TV-Jeff corridor within its Consolidated Eskay VMS Project. With four drill rigs deployed, the company has completed approximately 15,600 meters of diamond core drilling to date, or approximately 52% of the 30,000 meters planned to be completed in 2022.

District-scale potential. The TV-Jeff VMS corridor is shaping up to be another large VMS complex with sulfide mineralization along multiple fault structures with intense hydrothermal alteration of volcanic rocks. The discovery of Jeff North extends the strike length of the known TV-Jeff VMS corridor to 3.7 kilometers. Anomalous geochemical results from soil samples collected indicate mineralization potentially extends another two kilometers further north from Jeff North….

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