Nighthawk expands drilling at Colomac intercepts 36.10 metres of 1.86 gpt gold (uncut), including 6.75 metres of 5.46 gpt gold
23 March 2020
News Release: TORONTO, March 23, 2020 /CNW/ - Nighthawk Gold Corp. ("Nighthawk" or the "Company") (TSX: NHK; OTCQX: MIMZD) is pleased to report assay results for the ten remaining holes (3,333 metres) of its 110 drillhole (40,834 metre) 2019 drill program (Table 1). Drilling was expanded into the central region of the Colomac Main sill ("Colomac Main"), including less explored portions of Zones 2.5, and 2.0, part of Nighthawk's Colomac Gold Project ("Colomac"), located within its Indin Lake Gold Property, Northwest Territories, Canada. All holes reported intersections of broad and continuous mineralization progressing to new depths within a largely untested area of Colomac Main.
Dr. Michael Byron, President and Chief Executive Officer said, "We have now reported on all of our 2019 program drillholes - our most productive campaign to-date. Drilling on the Colomac Main has continued to demonstrate a consistency in breadth and continuity of mineralization throughout all areas of the deposit. While the central 1-kilometre section of Colomac Main remains largely unexplored, with few holes below 250 metres vertical depth, our current holes have tested the sill well below previous intersections, successfully extending mineralization to new depths.