|Finally some news re drilling in Nevada.Not exactly exciting||Sam Dan||10/12/21 9:35 AM|
|Management finally gives us an update on drilling||Sam Dan||09/14/21 9:47 AM|
|LET THE GAMES BEGIN. Now we will see||Sam Dan||08/05/21 3:30 PM|
|And now the game begins! The results will||Sam Dan||08/05/21 11:21 AM|
|OUR WAIT IS OVER. FINALLY, APPROVAL RECEIVED SO||Sam Dan||06/30/21 7:06 PM|
|TO ME, THE NEWS OF THIS AGREEMENT SHOULD||Sam Dan||03/10/21 1:05 PM|
|OUT OF THE BLUE A VERY INTERESTING NEW||Sam Dan||03/09/21 5:43 PM|
|Management provides an update to explain why drilling||Sam Dan||11/18/20 6:23 PM|
|Management continues to increase the size of their||Sam Dan||09/22/20 12:01 PM|
|A very lengthy, detailed list of DHR drilling||Sam Dan||08/31/20 10:35 AM|
|Management rewards insiders and employees before hoped for||Sam Dan||08/24/20 8:45 PM|
|Listening to CNBC last evening, They were rhapsodizing||Sam Dan||07/28/20 10:55 AM|
|PP confirmation. Shows major participation by insiders. usually||Sam Dan||07/24/20 10:01 AM|
|Everything now in place to begin the necessary||Sam Dan||07/20/20 8:31 AM|
|Finally. a fixed PP to provide the money||Sam Dan||06/29/20 2:14 PM|
|More moves by management to prepare for drilling||Sam Dan||06/03/20 9:13 AM|
|A further update from management. Shows a significant||Sam Dan||04/08/20 11:34 AM|
|Only thing management could do.||Sam Dan||03/13/20 10:32 AM|
|Management has published a review of the potential||Sam Dan||03/04/20 2:39 PM|
|First tranche of Financing completed||Sam Dan||02/26/20 9:31 AM|
|Management releases news regarding further results of drilling||Sam Dan||02/10/20 11:41 AM|
|Not surprised management would raise funds to develop||Sam Dan||02/03/20 6:07 PM|
|Promising initial results from Discovery||Sam Dan||01/21/20 7:11 PM|
|A major discussion from management regarding past exploration||Sam Dan||01/09/20 11:56 AM|
|Finally management is moving forward on attempts to||Sam Dan||11/26/19 10:05 AM|
|Signs that management is serious about exploring||Sam Dan||11/16/19 1:07 PM|
|Finally a definitive report on the Nevada property.||Sam Dan||11/12/19 9:09 AM|
|Completion of PP||Sam Dan||10/31/19 5:15 PM|
|Major release by management re developing Nevada project||Sam Dan||10/15/19 1:53 PM|
|Well that didn't last long!!||Sam Dan||10/09/19 10:26 AM|
|FINALLY A PROJECT TO BE DEVELOPED||Sam Dan||09/24/19 7:42 PM|
|I know I am talking to myself on||Sam Dan||02/16/19 4:09 PM|
|DISCOVERY HARBOUR AMENDS CALDERA EXTENSION PROPERTY ACQUISITION TERMS,||Sam Dan||12/20/18 4:58 PM|
|DISCOVERY HARBOUR EXPANDS CALDERA, NEVADA PROPERTY,||Sam Dan||08/16/18 5:36 AM|
|Discovery Harbour amends debenture, proposes rollback||Sam Dan||06/23/17 5:44 PM|
|Further update from DHR properties in two separate NRs||Sam Dan||06/21/17 6:49 PM|
|DISCOVERY HARBOUR PROVIDES UPDATE ON CALDERA PROJECT AND||Sam Dan||06/13/17 5:20 PM|
|A financing by major shareholder Director Richard Gillam||Sam Dan||04/07/17 3:20 PM|
|NEW PRESIDENT/CEO hope it helps.||Sam Dan||03/15/17 7:21 PM|
|DISCOVERY HARBOUR ENTERS EXTENSION TO THE AGREEMENT TO||Sam Dan||02/27/17 8:47 PM|
|Its disappointing that no one is posting on||Sam Dan||06/09/15 5:35 PM|
|Obviously management is gearing up for drilling. The||Sam Dan||05/20/15 9:25 AM|
|DISCOVERY HARBOUR ANNOUNCES NEW COPPER TARGETS DEFINED AT||Sam Dan||05/19/15 3:48 PM|
|Letter to shareholders from President||Sam Dan||05/06/15 8:51 AM|
|DISCOVERY HARBOUR ANNOUNCES CLOSING OF SALE OF 51%||Sam Dan||04/27/15 10:53 AM|
|Any body still access this Board??||Sam Dan||03/25/15 5:04 PM|
|DHR announcing a funding move.||Sam Dan||02/12/15 6:20 PM|
|Easier read from DHR||Sam Dan||01/26/15 11:52 PM|
|Finally results of drilling in Nevada released today-looks||Sam Dan||01/26/15 5:35 PM|
|Important that "Ring of Fire infrastructure is completed||Sam Dan||11/19/14 10:19 AM|
VANCOUVER, Jan. 15, 2014 /CNW/ - Discovery Harbour Resources Corp. (TSXV:DHR) ("Discovery" or the "Company") and its partners, Northern Shield Resources (TSXV:NRN) ("Northern Shield") and Great Lakes Resources LLC ("Great Lakes"), a private company, announce that the Fall 2013 exploration program, which was initiated on October 4, 2013, at their Wabassi Project in Northwestern Ontario ended onDecember 5, 2013 and final assay results from drilling have been received.
As reported in the press release dated December 11, 2013, the program had a planned budget of Cdn $1.5 million which was funded by Discovery and Great Lakes and was designed to complete detailed geophysical surveys and approximately 2,800 meters of drilling (see Discovery News Releases dated October 11, 2013, November 14, 2013 and December 11, 2013).
Ground and Bore Hole EM (electromagnetic) surveys were completed on 5 separate grids and drilling of both surface-derived and bore hole EM targets was completed on 3 targets within the Wabassi Project for a total of 7 holes, comprising an actual total of 2,881 meters of drilling for an approximate total expenditure of Cdn $1.65 million.
The best result was drill hole 13WA-43 where mineralization graded 4.88% Zn; 0.6% Cu; 18.9 g/t Ag and 0.183 g/t Au from 314.7m to 328.95m (14.22m) on Anomaly "E". Other drill holes did not generally intercept significant mineralization. However, where drilling failed to explain the targeted geophysical responses, volcanic lithologies, typical hosts to VMS style mineralization, were intersected. Additionally, down hole pulse EM surveys conducted during this program identified a number of off hole anomalies that have sufficient intensity and size to merit ranking as priority targets for future drill testing.
The targets that were tested are all priority geophysical responses from airborne and ground electromagnetic and magnetic surveys. The results for each target are described below.
Anomaly "Q" - Drill holes 13WA-46 (approximately 284m) & 13WA-47 (approximately 257m)
Two holes, spaced approximately 225m apart, along the axis of the conductor, were drilled at Anomaly Q. However the anomaly was not satisfactorily explained and therefore bore hole (down hole) pulse EM surveys were conducted from top to bottom of each of holes 13WA-46 & 47. The results of these two down hole surveys indicate that moderate to strong conductors reside off-hole (approximately 35m to 50m) in each of holes 13WA-46 & 13WA-47. Anomaly Q remains as a priority drill target at Wabassi.
Anomaly "E" - Drill holes 13WA-43 (approximately 362m), 13WA- 44 (approximately 563m), 13WA-45 (approximately 356m) & 13WA-49 (approximately 820m)
The planned objective of this phase of drilling at the Anomaly E VMS discovery was to test the continuity of the mineralization, both laterally, along strike and vertically to a depth of at least -500m.
Hole 13WA-43 was planned to prove that three conductors, located approximately 325 vertical meters below surface, are attributable to VMS-style mineralization. Drilling intersected stringer zone pyrite, pyrrhotite & chalcopyrite mineralization and alteration in the footwall, beneath the main sulfide body from approximately 283.15m to 314.7m (approximately 31.55m). A zone of continuous semi-massive and massive sulfide mineralization (pyrrhotite-pyrite-sphalerite-chalcopyrite) was intercepted in 13WA-43 as predicted. As reported by ALS Chemex, assays from 314.7m to 328.95m indicate 14.22m @ 4.88% Zn; 0.6% Cu; 18.9 g/t Ag and 0.183 g/t Au, including, 324.05m to 328m (3.95m) @ 17.3% Zn; 0.983% Cu; 30 g/t Ag and 0.2 g/t Au.
These intercepts exhibit that the zinc-copper-silver-gold mineralization residing at shallower depths in the core portion of Anomaly E, continues at least -257 vertical meters below surface. Additional down hole EM surveying is warranted to determine if this mineralization continues at depths below hole 13WA-43.
Hole 13WA-44 was designed to test surface pulse EM responses located at vertical depths of -450m to at least -650 m. No semi-massive or massive sulfides were encountered and the deep conductor was not explained. Footwall alteration and copper stringer zone mineralization (pyrrhotite-pyrite-chalcopyrite) was encountered from approximately 448.1m to 505.8m (57.7m). This approximate 57.7m section of copper stringer zone ranged from 0.26% Cu with assays reporting highs of 1.2% Cu from 465.25m to 465.75m (0.5m) and 2.5% Cu from 504.8m to 505.8m (1m).
Consequently, a bore hole EM survey was performed in 13WA-44. This survey produced a strong off-hole response, interpreted to be located approximately 35m to the southwest of this hole. The response occurred from approximately 505m to 535m.
Holes 13WA-45 and 49 did not explain the targeted conductors and further work is required to determine the conductor source. Assays from hole 13WA-45 did not indicate anomalous base or precious metalmineralization. However, hole 13WA-49 did intercept 7.3 g/t Au associated with a quartz-tourmaline vein. This intercept was assayed from 539.87m to 540.87m (1 meter interval / 1 sample). The conductors present in this portion of Anomaly E remain as priorities to test.
Another objective of this program was to explain the ground PEM targets generated from the surveying ofAnomaly "C" which consists of 3 separate conductive zones, C1, C2 and C3. One of these zones, "C1" was drill tested in 2010 (10WA-18) and successfully intercepted weak to moderate zinc-copper-silver mineralization contained within a gabbro-norite of the Wabassi Intrusion and not in typical volcanic lithologies that are host to VMS systems globally.
Drill hole 13WA-48 explained the conductor as it intercepted pyrrhotite with minor sphalerite, chalcopyrite and silver as disseminations and net-textured mineralization in the gabbros from 171m to 226m (55 m). These gabbros are believed to be part of the younger Wabassi Intrusive Complex and, during intrusion into the volcanic stratigraphy, may have incorporated pre-existing VMS mineralization.
Regional Targets - Ground Surveys / Drill Site Preparation
In addition to the ground surveys already mentioned above, pulse EM and magnetic survey data were collected over Anomalies M, N1 and A3. The results of the EM surveys over these zones indicate that:
Please note that the drill intercepts reported do not represent true thickness or width of the mineralized intervals. Additional drilling is required to determine true dimensions of the mineralization described.
All geochemical analyses were performed by ALS Chemex in Vancouver, BC. ALS Chemex has an arms's length relationship with Discovery, Great Lakes and Northern Shield.
Trace level gold was analyzed using the Chemex Au-ICP-21 analytical method, a 30 gram fire assay with ICP-AES finish and the high grade gold assay used the Chemex Au-Gra-21 method, a 30 gram fire assay with Gravimetric finish. Samples were analyzed for base metals by four acid digestion and ICP-AES.
Michael J. Senn, a licensed professional geologist and director of Discovery, is the Qualified Person for Discovery as described in National Instrument 43-101 and is responsible for and has approved the technical contents of this release.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DISCOVERY HARBOUR RESOURCES CORP.
President, CEO and Corporate Secretary