Canada Silver Cobalt Works to Conduct Advanced Airborne Survey for Targeting at Castle Mine Silver Project in Northern Ontario

Canada Silver Cobalt Works to Conduct Advanced Airborne Survey for Targeting at Castle Mine Silver Project in Northern Ontario

Canada Silver Cobalt Works Inc has announced its plans to conduct an airborne Multi-Parameter Airborne Survey System (M-PASS) over the expansive sections of its Castle Mine silver project in Northern Ontario. Developed by geoscientists and data scientists at ALS GoldSpot Discoveries, the survey will incorporate advanced technologies including a triaxial magnetic gradient magnetic/VLF platform, a 2048 channel radiometric sensor, high-precision LiDAR sensor, and high-resolution cameras capable of producing four-band imagery.

Scheduled for the week of June 25th, the survey will cover approximately 32.8 square kilometers around the Castle Mine area, encompassing the company’s entire property. This undertaking holds significant importance for Canada Silver Cobalt Works as it will provide crucial data for the implementation of high-quality artificial intelligence (AI) and machine-learning-based drill targeting at the Castle property. The aim is to complement the already successful discovery of high-grade silver-cobalt veins at the site.

Matt Halliday, the CEO of Canada Silver Cobalt Works, expressed the significance of this survey, stating, “This is an important step for the company as it will provide the additional data we need for high-quality AI and machine-learning drill targeting at the Castle property to complement the high-grade silver-cobalt vein discoveries we have already made there.”

The Castle property boasts a comprehensive database of drilling, geophysics, and geochemistry data accumulated from past mining activities, as well as recent trenching and drilling operations spanning over 60,000 meters. The M-PASS survey will add the missing component required to achieve high-quality machine learning targeting, enhancing the company’s exploration efforts.

Notably, Canada Silver Cobalt Works recently made a significant discovery of a major high-grade silver vein system at Castle East, located 1.5 kilometers from its 100%-owned, previously producing Castle Mine in the renowned silver-cobalt mining district of Northern Ontario. To expand the size of the deposit, the company has completed a 60,000-meter drill program, and an update to the resource estimate is currently underway.

With the forthcoming M-PASS survey over the Miller Lake Basin claims, Canada Silver Cobalt Works aims to further optimize its exploration and targeting strategies, utilizing advanced technologies and data-driven approaches to unlock the full potential of the Castle Mine silver project.

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