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Osisko Mining drills 5.4 meters at 71.4 g/t of gold at Windfall Lake

Recent drilling at Osisko Mining Inc.'s Windfall Lake gold property in Quebec intersected 5.4 meters grading 71.4 g/t of gold from a depth of 313.3 meters, including a 1.1-meter subinterval grading 242.0 g/t of gold, at the recently discovered Lynx Zone.

The ongoing 400,000-meter program includes definition drilling above the Red Dog intrusion, expansion drilling above and below Red Dog, expansion drilling to the northeast of the main deposit and exploration drilling, according to the company's March 28 news release.

The Lynx Zone, located to the east of the main Windfall deposit, has been defined over a strike length of more than 300 meters and to depths of up to 330 meters to date, with mineralization remaining open laterally and at depth.

Osisko Mining noted that the veins and silicified bands comprising the zone may represent a vein network, with further drilling planned to the southeast.