VanadiumCorp Resource Inc. (TSX-V: “VRB”) has released the latest assay results for an additional ten drill holes from the Company’s summer-fall 2019 infill and extension drilling program at its Lac Doré Vanadium property, Québec, Canada, as well as new Davis Tube magnetic separation testwork results for 33 additional composite core samples from eight drill holes.
The Lac Doré Vanadium property is located 27 km east-southeast from the city of Chibougamau, in Eeyou Istchee James Bay Territory, Northern Québec. The Chibougamau area is host to several vanadiferous titanomagnetite (VTM) deposits, including the Southwest and Armitage deposits on the adjacent Blackrock property (BlackRock Metals Inc.) and the South and North Zone deposits on the Mont Sorcier property to the North (Vanadium One Iron Corp).
The 2019 drill program targeted the Company’s Lac Doré Vanadium Main prospect where historical drilling and surface channel sampling conducted between 1958 and 2013 have revealed the presence within property limits of massive, semi-massive and disseminated bands of VTM mineralization along a 2-km long by 200-m wide and minimum 200 m deep corridor.
The Lac Doré Vanadium property lies on the southern flank of the Lac Doré anorthosite complex of Chibougamau and straddles the layered magmatic zone, which hosts the VTM mineralization. This layered magmatic zone has been traced by historical geophysics, drilling and mapping over a linear distance of 20 km.