Past diamond drilling returned significant intervals of copper and gold mineralization
Kaizen Discovery Inc. (TSXV: KZD; otherwise “Kaizen” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce its intention to restart exploration activities at its 100%-owned Aspen Grove Project, located in southern British Columbia, Canada.
In 2015, Kaizen completed a 6,389-metre diamond drill program targeting the Ketchan porphyry copper-gold prospect at the Aspen Grove Project. This was followed by an additional 4,009 metres of diamond drilling in 2016. These drill programs returned significant intercepts of copper and gold mineralization, including several higher-grade zones (refer to Kaizen’s news releases dated November 3, 2015 and October 5, 2016).
The 100%-owned Aspen Grove Project
The Aspen Grove Project is located in southern British Columbia, near the city of Merritt. The Project is approximately 112 km2 (11,237 ha) in area and covers part of an extensive belt of porphyry copper-gold mineralization hosted by Early Triassic Nicola Group volcanic rocks and Late Triassic to Early Jurassic intrusions. Several zones of copper-gold mineralization have been identified by exploration to date, with most work conducted at the Ketchan prospect.
Please see Kaizen’s news release for full details.