Canada Nickel discovers multiple palladium-platinum zones at Crawford Project
The new East Zone discovery has only been tested for 1.7 km of its overall 2.6-km interpreted strike length, and the original Main Zone remains open to the west and at depth.
Mark Selby, Chairman and CEO, said, “We are very pleased with both the new nickel and multizone palladium-platinum discoveries from our first step-out holes at Crawford. These new holes have also yielded both the most promising palladium plus platinum (2.6 g/t across 7.5 metres) intersection and highest-grade nickel zone intersections to date (0.42% nickel and 0.2 g/t palladium plus platinum across 55 m). With more-than-1.5-kilometre extensions to both the PGM Zone and nickel zones and assays pending from another nine holes, which have the potential to further extend the mineralization identified to date, we look forward to continued success as we unlock more targets at our original Crawford property.