Kirkland Lake's Foxpoint Resources reports some new ore-grade intersections in its gold exploration work from its surface drilling program.
Two new veins have been discovered on its Lake Shore, Wright-Hargreaves, Teck Hughes properties. The veins were found in the hanging wall of previously known South and 309 veins and the North vein. All are east-west trending and are accessible from the existing ramp at the surface.
The Court vein, a newly-discovered vein located between the Teck-Hughes mine and the Lake Shore mine, has been defined on a pattern of 50-foot drill centres, with an open strike length of 350 feet and a maximum vertical extent of 325 feet defined to date.