Midland Exploration Inc. said Oct. 16 that it discovered a copper-gold-molybdenum-silver system at its polymetallic Mythril property in Quebec's James Bay region.
The system is at least 700 meters long on surface and is open to the east and west. It is interpreted based on outcrops on locally sourced, angular float fields.
Fifty-four new high-grade floats yielded average values of 2.61% copper, 1.25 g/t of gold, 0.13% molybdenum and 28.7 g/t of silver, and maximum values of 13.2% copper, 16.8 g/t of gold, 0.58% molybdenum and 112 g/t of silver.
Midland plans to conduct a geophysical survey in the fall or winter to define mechanical trenching and eventual drilling targets on the discovery.