Canada One Mining Corp. has kick-started the second phase of exploration at its fully-owned Copper Dome Project in Princeton, British Columbia. The Phase II program encompasses an array of activities including geochemical surveying, sampling, mapping, and hand drilling.
Key features of the project include:
- A comprehensive approach with repeat sampling and expansion of zone sampling.
- Utilization of four-acid digestion assays, detailed core logging, and mapping.
- Intensive surveying in areas such as the Reclamation Zone and Johnson Zone.
Simultaneously, Canada One is meticulously examining data from the Phase I program, especially from the Fryday Creek, Hole Road, and Boundary Road zones. It’s noteworthy to mention that the project shares its vicinity with the Hudbay Minerals Inc. copper mine.
A highlight of the site’s potential is the confirmed mineral reserves, standing at an impressive 702 million tons with a grading of 0.24% copper. This underlines the significant promise the site holds for future copper extraction and processing.