• Mink Ventures (TSXV:MINK) has reported base metal assay results from a summer sampling program at its Warren project
  • The project spans 1,010 hectares of land in Whitesides Township near Timmins, Ontario
  • In total, 20 reference grab samples were taken
  • Shares of Mink Ventures are unchanged at C$0.20

Mink Ventures (TSXV:MINK) reported base metal assay results from a summer sampling program at its Warren project in Ontario, highlighting a total of 20 reference grab samples taken.

In a news release, the Toronto-based company said sampling efforts confirmed the presence of extensive zones of mineralization.

Additionally, Mink Ventures said prospecting, sampling and a geological evaluation of known mineralized zones A, B and C were completed during the summer months to accurately locate the most prospective zones of mineralization for drilling.

“These results continue to affirm our interest in the base metal potential of this project. Our team has confirmed mineralization at surface in A, B and C zones over significant areas. We recently secured additional ground in the same geological package to the north and east, which further enhances the potential of this project,” Natasha Dixon, CEO of Mink Ventures, said in a statement.

The sampling efforts confirmed the current highest priority target is the A Zone where approximately 120 metres of the zone is exposed in a series of trenches in outcrop.

The Warren patents host three known zones with copper, nickel, and cobalt mineralization; these have been designated A, B and C.

Mink Ventures said it expects to begin a drill program at the Warren project in December.

Mink Ventures is focused on exploring for battery metals in Ontario.

Shares of Mink Ventures are unchanged at C$0.20.

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