Prospecting work to start on K2 northeast area IP anomalies
Montreal, Quebec, Canada –Dios Exploration is very pleased to report that prospecting teams are mobilizing for northeastern K2 property prospecting of significant induced polarization IP anomalies in volcanic rocks south of small gabbro plug series, 9-10 km SW of Patwon gold discovery. A diamond drilling campaign is planned for mid-September.
M.J. Girard, President of Dios, stated:“We are looking forward to prospecting and drilling these IP anomalies as we know for a fact that some of them are associated with pyrite and chalcopyrite with known gold-copper-silver occurrences and almost no pyrrhotite has been observed up to now on Badji for instance. The recent line-cutting will also be very useful for this work“
Wholly-owned K2, James Bay Eeyou Istche, Quebec, is hosted in same geological formation as is underlying Azimut’s Elmer property north of major Opinaca fault .
The Board granted 1,150,000 5-year stock options at $0.10 per share under Director Employee Stock Option Plan. This release was reviewed by MJ Girard M.Sc. P.Geo and 43-101 Qualified Person.
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Contact information :
Marie-José Girard, P. Geo M.Sc., 43-101 QP
Tel. (514) 923-9123