Yorbeau Resources Inc. said May 30 that the final results from a recent drill program on its polymetallic Caribou property in Quebec filled an undrilled 280-meter gap within the massive sulfide lens on the property.
The program, comprising five drill holes totaling 3,477 meters, was also focused on testing geophysical targets 300 meters west of known mineralization.
Assay highlights include a 2.5-meter interval at 2.9% copper, 6.9% zinc, 0.5 g/t of gold and 44.4 g/t of silver from a depth of 756.1 meters, and a 0.8-meter interval at 6.6% copper, 9.7% zinc, 0.3 g/t of gold and 63.4 g/t of silver from 788.3 meters.
Mineralization remains open at depth.
Yorbeau also reported that drill testing of the geophysical targets did not return significant mineralization and that the conductors were explained by the occurrence of pyrrhotite, an iron sulfide mineral.