Alix drills 12.45 m of 0.24% Li2O at Preissac-Lacorne
Alix Resources Corp. has released the results from a 1,300-metre drill program recently completed on the Preissac-Lacorne lithium portfolio. Drilling was performed by Jourdan Resources Inc. which holds an option to earn up to 75 per cent of the project.
The centre of the drill program is 1.5 kilometres northwest of the adjacent Quebec lithium mine owned and operated by North American Lithium. The adjacent mine announced commercial production of spodumene concentrate on June 2, 2017, with production targeted for the Chinese market.
A total of 1,300 metres of drilling were completed in 11 drill holes on the Preissac-Lacorne lithium portfolio.
Spodumene-bearing dikes have been visually identified in all holes other than WL17-02, WL17-03 and WL17-11.
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All samples have been sent to SGS Canada Inc. facilities in Lakefield, Ont., for analysis by inductively coupled plasma methods. These laboratories are recognized by the industry and accredited ISO/MEC 17025 by the Standards Council of Canada. In addition to the quality assurance and quality control (QA/QC) employed by SGS, Jourdan Resources develops a rigorous QA/QC protocol for its operators, including the insertion of analytical standard samples, duplicates and coarse silica blanks on a systematic basis. To determine the QC warning, plus or minus two times standard deviation, and quality control failure plus or minus three times standard deviation were used. QC results did not highlight any significant analytical bias.
Yves Caron, MSc, PGeo, qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical information in this press release.
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