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  • Tocvan Ventures Corp. (TOC) has completed the latest stage of drilling at its Pilar Au-Ag Project in Sonora, Mexico
  • Seven drill holes were completed, totalling 1,382-meters
  • Tocvan CEO Brodie Sutherland sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the news
  • Tocvan is a natural resource company engaged primarily in the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral properties
  • Tocvan Ventures Corp. (TOC) opened trading at C$0.87 per share

Tocvan Ventures Corp. (TOC) has completed the latest stage of drilling at its Pilar Au-Ag Project in Sonora, Mexico.

Seven drill holes were completed, totalling 1,382-meters.

Tocvan CEO Brodie Sutherland sat down with Daniella Atkinson to discuss the update.

“These initial results are encouraging and suggest the gold recovery of oxide material at Pilar has the potential to be relatively high. Work is underway to validate these results at a certified lab. In the meantime, we await the results of our latest stage of drilling at Pilar which aggressively targeted new areas beyond our Main Zone.” 

Tocvan is an early-stage natural resource company engaged primarily in the acquisition, exploration and development of mineral properties.

Tocvan Ventures Corp. (TOC) opened trading at C$0.76 per share.

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