LONGUEUIL – Reunion Gold Corporation (TSX-V: RGD) announced assay results from its recently completed 2020 drilling program on the Crique Filon prospect within the Boulanger Project in French Guiana.
The 2020 drilling program consisted of 13 diamond drill holes for a total core length of 2,000 meters. The objective of the program was to expand the footprint of gold mineralization interpreted as being hosted in multiple parallel shear deformation zones within the so-called Doyle Trend at the Crique Filon prospect. The drill program partially tested three of the identified deformation zones. Visible gold was logged in two drill holes.
Carlos Bertoni, Reunion’s Acting CEO, stated: “During the past 12 months, our knowledge of the Boulanger gold mineralization has evolved tremendously. We now know that the mineralization is contained in several shear zones within a deformation corridor. We also understand that these shears are identifiable by geophysics, geochemistry, surface sampling and diamond drilling. The 2021 program will seek to expand the current shears’ footprint and gain further insight into the mineralization controls using the knowledge gained this year to define other high priority targets. We also plan to explore other prospects, like Devez, where historical drilling cut interesting intersections”.
Mr. Bertoni added: “The exploration team recently completed this successful exploration program at Boulanger under very trying circumstances due to the Covid-19 pandemic. The Company put in place strict protocols and the program was completed without any infection being reported by the employees and contractors.”
The Boulanger Project is located 60 km by paved road to the south of Cayenne, the capital city of French Guiana and is accessible by all-weather roads.
Reunion Gold Corporation is a gold explorer with a portfolio of projects in Guyana, Suriname and French Guiana, all located in the Guiana Shield, South America.
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