Osisko Metals Mining News

Osisko Metals drills 13 metres of 19% zinc+lead at Pine Point

The company has released additional assay results from 145 drill holes completed at the Pine Point zinc-lead camp.

Osisko Metals tests pre-concentrating sorters

Two technologies were tested – x-ray transmission sorting and dense media separation.

Osisko Metals cut 9.4% Pb+Zn over 12 metres at Pine Point

The company has received assay results from 127 drill holes.

Quebec pension fund boosts share position in Osisko Metals

The Quebec pension fund has been a strategic partner and shareholder in the junior since 2014.

Osisko Metals intersects more shallow, high-grade at Pine Point, NWT

The company intends to update a portion of its inferred resource to the indicated category before the end of the year.

Osisko Metals re-analyzes Key Anacon, seeks greenfield targets

The company has applied an innovative geological analysis of the Key Anacon deposit and the Bathurst Mining Camp, and pinpointed 10 new greenfield exploration targets.

Osisko cuts 9.15% Zn+Pb and 0.54% Cu at Key Anacon

Osisko Metals considers the exploration potential to be high both at Key Anacon and adjacent properties it owns.

Osisko Metals releases more high-grade drill results from Pine Point

Jeff Hussey, describes Pine Point as “unique among its peer group,” because of the rarity of open-pit zinc assets.

Osisko Metals offers 2018 highlights, 2019 outlook

Last February the company acquired Pine Point Mining and initiated the largest active drill program in the Northwest Territories.

Osisko Metals releases Pine Point inferred pit resource

Next year Osisko plans to test the brownfield mineral potential along the entire 65-km Pine Point trend.

Osisko cuts 13% zinc and lead in Titan zone at Key Anacon project

The same hole also intersected a separate copper rich zone.

Osisko drills multiple high grade zones at Key Anacon

The Key Anacon project includes two known Bathurst type volcanogenic massive sulphide deposits – Main and Titan. They occur in the same stratigraphic horizon that hosted both the Brunswick No.12 and No.6 zinc-lead deposits.