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Field teams are busy on the ground at Winsome’s flagship project Cancet, investigating known targets generated from the company’s gravity and magnetic surveys.
Winsome Managing Director Chris Evans, who has been in Quebec for the past month, said the now melted snow in Canada allowed for field exploration work to ramp up.
The field teams have set up camp at Cancet and will be there for at least the next three months.
“In about a month, another team will be mobilised to Cancet to strip back and map the known mineralisation in the area where we have just drilled which will give us further clues on the best place for our next drilling campaign,” he explained.
Drill testing on possible areas of mineralisation at Cancet is expected to start in the Canadian Autumn.
Earlier in the month, Mr Evans and Winsome’s Canadian General Manager Carl Caumartin joined geological field teams on the ground at the company’s latest acquisitions – Mazerac and Decelles -where exploration work is .
“With extensive historical gold exploration done in the region, we’ve enlisted a geologist to go through government databases to discover what surveys have already been done. This will hopefully provide us with further targets to explore when we send another team back to the area in early winter.”
While in Quebec, Mr Evans introduced a representative from the Quebec Department of Energy and Natural Resources to the Cancet and Adina projects and explored some other prospective sites in the region.
“We will also plan to divert one of the Cancet field teams to Adina as we had some really promising results from a radio spectroscope we used in the area which was able to highlight .”
Mr Evans was also one of more than 17,000 people who attended the renowned PDAC 2022 Convention in Toronto last week.
The hugely popular mineral exploration and development convention was a great opportunity to promote Winsome and update investors on the company’s plans and latest news.
While in town, he caught up with The Market Herald’s Perth-based journalist Sonia Madigan and updated her on the company’s latest ASX announcement which revealed high grades of lithium up to 5.6% Li2O have been detected near-surface in initial assay results at Cancet.
The next batch of assay results are expected to be released next month.