October 24, 2019
Montreal, Quebec – Currently drilling for the first time south of ROBINO gold showing on large AU33 gold project in James Bay, DIOS EXPLORATION hits some 80 m of fractured brecciated altered tonalite with 2-3 % disseminated pyrite, that is some 50 m of mineralized magmatic hydrothermal breccia with significant hydrothermal alterations, adjacent to 30 m of fractured altered tonalite with 2 % pyrite. Gold is directly associated with fine pyrite on wholly-owned AU33. Nearby outcrops had returned high gold values: 94.9 grams per ton, 13.3 g/t, 7.4 g/t, 4.5 g/t and 37.6 g/t for instance. See Sept. 4 press release. There is a lot of gold in the system and focus is to look for significant concentrations.
The target is a good northeast striking ground induced polarization anomaly south of Robino Breccia supported by clustered anomalous gold-in-soils of 26, 17 & 13 ppb gold, at a wide low circular magnetic contact.
Robino is located 3.5 km north of Heberto Gold zones: road accessible Au33 property hosts several gold occurrences, strongly controlled by altered north-northwest and north-east structures, including Heberto zones (2.13 g/t gold over 23 m; 2 g/t gold over 22 m; 3.65 g /t gold over 13 m (1.15 g/t on 64 m); 5.2 g/t over 5 m) and CLN shear (2 g/t gold over 11 m (3.26 g/t gold over 6 m)), also a northeast subsidiary structure. This release was reviewed by M.J. Girard, M.Sc. Geo, 43-101 QP.
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