Brixton Metals says a drill hole at its Camp Creek porphyry target at its Thorn project in northwest British Columbia intersected 235.9 m of 0.8% copper equivalent within 967.7 m of 0.40% copper equivalent, Kallanish reports.
The highest-grade copper intersection in that drill hole was 1.02% over 40.0 m, the company says. The Camp Creek porphyry is one of the two top priority drill targets at the project. The copper-dominant porphyry mineralisation at Camp Creek r…
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