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Taylor Brook Deposit

 

The Taylor Brook deposit consists of an extensive blanket of pyritic massive sulphides located 11 kilometres northwest of the CNE Deposit and 6 kilometres northeast of the 25 million tonne Heath Steele Mine. A 1995/96 drill program by Stratabound and drilling by previous operators intersected low grade zinc-lead-silver massive sulphide mineralization along a 500 metre strike. Stratabound’s drilling located a higher grade “channel” containing grades of 3% – 8% lead-zinc, indicating good exploration potential for Taylor Brook.

 

The Brunswick No.12 Mine contains perhaps 100 million tonnes of similar non-economic pyritic massive sulphides adjoining its high-grade ore bodies, and inasmuch as Taylor Brook is open along strike and down dip, considerable additional exploration drilling is warranted.

 

Stratabound is seeking a joint-venture partner to further explore this potential.

Last Updated on Wednesday, 03 August 2011 18:41