Galaxy Resources Provides James Bay Final Drilling Results

Galaxy Resources Limited (ASX: GXY) has announced the final assays from its 2017 drilling campaign at the James Bay Project (“James Bay “or the “Project “) in Quebec, Canada. In late March 2017, the Galaxy James Bay team commenced a ~33,000m diamond drilling campaign to extend and develop the existing James Bay spodumene resource. The drilling program is now complete and all assays have been received.

All intercepts below are reported downhole.

Mineralized pegmatites outcrop at surface and the drill program has targeted approximately 2,360m of known pegmatite strike and outcrop west of the James Bay Highway. These final results include assays from exploratory drill holes east of the highway which have also retuned economic grades in the pegmatite.

Resource development, an updated recoverable resource estimate and the project feasibility study will focus on pegmatite mineralization west of the James Bay Road. The known pegmatite mineralization east of the James Bay Road, was tested using scout drilling in the recent campaign and will require further confirmatory drilling. An estimated 1,400m of the eastern zone remains untested by drilling.

The resource west of the James Bay Road remains open and mineralized in thick pegmatites, at depths of >350m below surface.


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