- Midland (MD) provides exploration update for its detour Québec Gold project in partnership with Probe Metals
- This project in partnership with Probe includes the La Peltrie Option project
- Regional Geochemical programs have identified numerous high-priority gold and gold-copper targets for detailed follow-up in 2021
- Drilling has been allocated for the project over the next 12 to 18 months
- Midland Exploration Inc. (MD) is down 4.76 per cent and is trading at C$0.80 at 2:01 pm ET
Midland Exploration (MD), in partnership with Probe Metals Inc., has provided an update for its 2021 exploration programs on the Detour Québec Project.
This project is located east of the Detour Lake Mine, Ontario and south of the Fenelon Gold project, Québec.
This project in partnership with Probe includes the La Peltrie Option project (100 per cent Midland) and the Gaudet-Fenelon Joint-Venture.
Together, these two projects cover about 70 kilometres of favourable structures in the Detour Trend.
Regional Geochemical programs have identified numerous high-priority gold and gold-copper targets for detailed follow-up in 2021.
Induced Polarization geophysical surveys south of Fenelon/Tabasco area have outlined priority drill targets, survey area now being expanded to cover new geochemical anomalies.
In 2020, regional-scale airborne geophysical and surface geochemical surveys were completed across the entire 70-kilometre strike length of the project, representing the first district-scale exploration program to have been carried out.
The surveys were very successful in identifying numerous high-priority gold anomalies throughout the claim blocks.
Several targets have already been selected for the first phase of follow-up exploration, which is designed to generate drill targets for the 2021 drilling program.
Exploration programs have already commenced and include new ground geophysical surveys and expansion of the geophysical grid in the Gaudet-Fenelon JV area, as well as more detailed surface geochemical sampling to better define other gold anomalies for 2022 exploration programs.
Drilling has been allocated for the project over the next 12 to 18 months, which is expected to commence in late Spring/Early Summer.
Fieldwork has already commenced on the 2021 exploration program, which includes more detailed surface geochemical sampling in the gold-anomalous areas that were identified as well as IP ground geophysical surveys to generate drill targets associated with the gold anomalies.
Midland targets the excellent mineral potential of Québec to make the discovery of new world-class deposits of gold, platinum group elements and base metals.
Midland Exploration Inc. (MD) is down 4.76 per cent and is trading at C$0.80 at 2:01 pm ET.