Corazon Mining Encounters New Lynn Lake Nickel-Copper Conductor

THE DRILL SERGEANT: Corazon Mining (ASX: CZN) achieved initial positive visual results from drilling underway at the company’s Lynn Lake nickel-copper-cobalt sulphide project in Manitoba Province, Canada.

Corazon Miing is drilling nickel sulphide geophysical conductor targets identified by a new exploration tool, a MobileMT geophysical survey, immediately west of the Fraser Lake Complex (FLC)/ Matrix Trend, within the Lynn Lake project area.

The initial drilling program will test at least three targets and comprises approximately 1,600m of diamond core drilling, with follow-up work depending on results.

The first hole FLC2021-24 (#24) has been completed, from which Corazon reported highly encouraging definitive visual evidence of sulphide mineralisation, including nickel and copper sulphides.

“The best sulphide mineralisation was intersected on trend from the main geophysical conductor in the first target area,” Corazon Mining said in its ASX announcement.

“This is a potentially significant discovery at Lynn Lake, opening up a new exploration front that includes multiple geophysical conductors for testing.

“The magmatic sulphide appears of high quality.

“It is dominated by pyrrhotite, with chalcopyrite and pentlandite also observed.

“Assay results from the first hole are expected to be available next month and will provide confirmation of nickel-copper tenor and grade.”