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Osisko Mining drills 3 new intersects at Black Dog gold-silver-copper project

Drilling at Osisko Mining Inc.'s Black Dog gold-silver-copper discovery in Quebec expanded the property through three new intersections, according to a Jan. 18 release.

The company's drill program at Black Dog in the township of Barry intersected 3.90 g/t of gold and 7.54 g/t of silver over 6.3 meters at 650 meters east of the discovery hole.

Osisko also intersected 4.69 g/t of gold and 12.19 g/t of silver over 2 meters at 630 meters east-southeast of the discovery hole and 5.69 g/t of gold, 47.5 g/t of silver and 1.87% copper over 2.7 meters at 50 meters west of the discovery zone.

The company is targeting extensions of Black Dog and nearby anomalies. It also plans additional drilling for the immediate area to determine true width.

Osisko noted that the property is located 14 kilometers southwest of its Windfall Lake project.