CH71 Kimberlite

CH-71 Kimberlite

This was kimberlite was an unnamed dyke that was labelled with a title in 2014.

From the 2015 technical report:

"Data from a 2010 RC drill hole was re-evaluated and, what had previously been referred to as an “unnamed dyke”, was assigned the kimberlite designation, CH-71."

It had 1 RC drill hole in 2010 for a total of 82.60 metres

From the 2011 technical report

"A Hornet RC rig was utilized to test lower priority geophysical anomalies and a total of 1,507 metres was drilled in 50 holes in 35 days. Thirty-four new anomalies were drilled, eight kimberlites (CH-39, 40, 42, 43, 44, 45, 46 & 48), and an unnamed kimberlite dyke were discovered. RC drilling was also completed on five known kimberlites. Four of these kimberlites were tested for diamonds by caustic fusion and all were diamondiferous. The other bodies were not tested as they were deemed to be low interest. Of the four tested, two, CH-44 and CH-45, returned significant results."

It looks like testing was deferred based on the above statement.





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