SAN FRANCISCO, CA–(Marketwired – June 26, 2017) – The acquisition of the Toughnut Project in British Columbia would provide strategic access to the Silver King Shear Zone adjacent to the explorer’s existing properties.
Company included in article: Prize Mining Corp.
Prize Mining Corp. (TSX VENTURE: PRZ), a junior miner that holds the Kena-Daylight project in southeastern British Columbia, just announced that it has signed an option agreement to acquire a 100% interest in the Toughnut property, which is contiguous to the west side of Daylight. The company is taking a district-wide approach to the area.
According to Prize Mining Corp., “the 1,010 hectare Toughnut claims strategically cover over 3.5km strike length of the Silver King shear including most of the mineralized land between Prize’s main Starlight-Daylight block and Prize’s Sand block to the northwest.”
Feisal Somji, president and CEO of Prize Mining stated, “This is a strategic acquisition for Prize Mining as we now control what we believe to be the most significant part of the mineralized Silver King shear zone. This parcel of land will play an important role in this summer’s exploration program as we prepare to drill this fall.”
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