Puma Exploration (TSXV:PUM) announced that they discovered a new copper showing grading up-to 6.92% copper in New Brunswick.
As quoted in the press release:
The new copper showing is 50m long by 10m wide and located within the Fournier Group hosting also the main Turgeon Cu-Zn Deposit. The Turgeon Cu-Zn Deposit shows significant copper and zinc mineralization as drilled in hole FT11-04 grading 0.51% Cu and 0.31% Zn over 300.9 meters or in hole FT10-02 grading 1.13% Cu and 0.71% Zn over 108.5 meters.
Puma’s President, Marcel Robillard, said:
The discovery of a new Copper Showing in the same geological setting and only 4 kilometers away from the Main Turgeon Cu-Zn Deposit is very encouraging for finding more Cu-Zn satellite deposits related to the same VMS system.