(TSX.V: TXR; Frankfurt: TX0) has received the results of fieldwork conducted in September and October on its wholly-owned Stewart gold-copper property in Newfoundland. Results include:
- discovery of the Forty Creek showing, a collection of angular blocks of quartz vein material with local sulphides in the northeastern part of the property. Several blocks up to 1 metre (“m”) across occur within a 200 square m area. A grab sample from one block assayed 59 g/t Au and 2290 g/t Ag. This sample also had the highest values of Pb (>0.5%), Zn (0.44%), Hg, Sb and Se of all the samples collected by TerraX;
- anomalous gold assays obtained over 725 m in soils, with this anomalous zone open for 150 m to the southeast because of the presence of swampy ground that precluded further sampling; and
- the exposed area of hydrothermal alteration at Stewart has now been determined to be larger than originally thought, with a strike length on the order of 6 km, and a width varying from 400 m to 1.4 km.
TerraX Minerals Inc.