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  • InZinc Mining Ltd. (IZN) increases its mineral claims at the Indy project for a total of 19,900 hectares
  • Zinc recently acquired the claim by staking an additional six continuous mineral claims at the Indy project
  • The total mineral claims have increased by approximately 75 per cent since January 2021
  • In 2018, near surface, high-grade Sedex-type zinc mineralization was discovered at Indy
  • InZinc has commenced planning for a multi-disciplinary exploration program at Indy in 2022
  • InZinc Mining Ltd. (IZN) is up 9.09 per cent and is trading at $0.06 per share as of 11:40 a.m. EST

InZinc Mining Ltd. (IZN) has increased its mineral claims at the Indy project in central British Columbia for a total of 19,900 hectares.

InZinc recently acquired the claim by staking an additional six contiguous mineral claims, totalling approximately 7,600 hectares at the Indy project.

The recently acquired claims include selective coverage of results from efforts by Noranda Exploration between 1987 and 1990.

The total mineral claims involving the Indy project have increased by approximately 75 per cent since January 2021.

The increase reflects the positive results from 2021 exploration efforts and the compilation of historical exploration in the region.

InZinc’s tenancy of the Indy property now extends along a continuous 29 kilometres trend supported by easy access and nearby infrastructure.

In 2018, near surface, high-grade Sedex-type zinc mineralization was discovered by soil geochemistry and follow-up diamond drilling at Indy.

InZinc has outlined an additional 8.2 kilometres of base and precious metal drill targets on the claim package and remains to be tested.

Additional soil geochemical results from the 2021 exploration program are pending review.

InZinc has commenced planning for a multi-disciplinary exploration program at Indy in 2022.

Details of this program, including the proposed drilling, are expected at the beginning of Q2-2022.

InZinc Mining Ltd. (IZN) is up 9.09 per cent and is trading at $0.06 per share as of 11:40 a.m. EST.

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