Canasil intercepts up to 36.7 g/t Au and 1,010 g/t Ag at Nora

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Nora project map. Image credit: Canasil.

(Kitco News) – Canasil Resources (TSX-V: CLZ, DB Frankfurt: 3CC) announces “very high-grade” gold and silver results from two additional drill holes at the Nora silver-gold project in north-central Durango State, Mexico.

Core drill hole NRC-20-06 returned three mineralized intercepts with the highest gold and silver values from the six drill holes drilled to date on the Candy vein.

Highlights include 1.00 m with 19.49 g/t gold and 620 g/t silver for 2,033 g/t Ag Eq, and 0.50 m with 36.70 g/t gold and 1,010 g/t silver for 3,671 g/t AgEq.

The six drill holes completed to date along 500 metres of the 3-kilometre traced strike of the Candy vein structure have consistently intersected significant gold-silver mineralization.

President and CEO Bahman Yamini commented: “The very high-grade gold and silver values returned from NRC-20-06 are extremely encouraging and exceed expectations from a first drill program at the Nora project.”

The Nora project is located approximately 200 km north-west of the City of Durango, with good access and infrastructure. The geological setting is a Tertiary-aged volcanic flow-dome complex. Gold-silver mineralization is hosted within two structurally-controlled epithermal veins, Candy and Nora.

Canasil is a Canadian mineral exploration company with a strong portfolio of 100% owned silver-gold-copper-lead-zinc projects in Durango and Zacatecas States, Mexico, and in British Columbia, Canada.

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