Talisker Resources Ltd. (“Talisker” or the “Company”) [CSE:TSK | OTCQB:TSKFF] is pleased to announce the initiation of Phase 2 exploration on the Lola and Dora Projects in south central British Columbia. The Company will concurrently initiate the drill permitting process on these projects in anticipation of a successful Phase 2 exploration program.
The Lola Project consists of four free staked claim blocks totalling 4,949 hectares and is located approximately 36 kilometers northwest of Lillooet. Preliminary mapping and rock sampling (assays pending) have identified multiple northwest trending structures (see map) with low to intermediate sulphidation characteristics. Historical data shows a strong geochemical signature of epithermal pathfinders Hg, Sb and Ag, typical of high level (above potential “bonanza” zone) epithermal systems.
A soil sampling program will begin in September 2019 consisting of approximately 1,400 samples on NE-SW trending lines at 50 meters sample spacing and 200 meters line spacing to evaluate the full extent of the Lola structures and aid in drill targeting.
The Dora Project located 23 kilometers southwest of Merritt was recently optioned by Talisker (see June 18, 2019 press release) and consists of six claim blocks totalling 374.01 hectares surrounded by Talisker’s claims. Historical soil samples identified a N-S trending strongly silicified rhyolite dome with stockwork of chalcedonic silica veins. Historical trench samples over the rhyolite identified multiple zones of mineralization with local gold values up to 7.8 g/t associated with silica veining. Talisker has initiated a soil sampling program on E-W trending lines, which includes 747 samples. Sample spacing is 50 meters on the E-W line, 100 meters on the N-S line covering the entirety of the claim group. Detailed mapping of the Dora project was completed in early August, outlining two more prospective rhyolite units.
“We are accelerating these projects directly to drill phase based on the exceptional expression of veining and alteration observed at surface,” commented Terry Harbort, President & CEO of Talisker, who added, “The soil programs will assist us with delineating drill targets and defining the footprint of these projects. In parallel we will be aggressively following up on our recently generated stream sediment anomalies to quickly advance to drill stage.”
Talisker has scheduled an update call for interested parties at 12:00 pm ET on Thursday, August 29, 2019 hosted by Terry Harbort, President & CEO. To participate, click on the following link – call in details will be available once you log in – https://www.gotomeet.me/talisker-resources.
About Talisker Resources Ltd.
Talisker Resources Ltd. is a junior resource company involved in the exploration and development of projects in British Columbia, Canada. Talisker’s projects consist of several early to advanced stage projects including in south central BC, the Spences Bridge Regional Program, a 230,261 hectare land package comprising the Company’s Spences Bridge, Blustry Mountain, Lola and Remington properties, that together cover ~85% of the Spences Bridge Gold Belt as well as the Tulox Property and the WCGC Properties. The Toodoggone projects located in the prolific Golden Triangle include the past producing Baker Gold/Silver Project, the Shasta Mine and Baker mill infrastructure and equipment, the Chappelle (Baker and Multinational Mines) Property, the Mets Lease and the Bot Property.
For further information on this press release, please contact Terry Harbort, Chief Executive Officer of Talisker at email@example.com.
Luis Arteaga M.Sc. P.Geo. Exploration Manager for Sable Resources and the Company’s Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 has reviewed and approved the technical information in this news release.
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