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Brixton Metals drills 24m of 187 g/t Silver, including 10m of 356 g/t Ag, including 2m of 1077 Ag at Langis Project

May 6, 2021

Brixton Metals Corporation has announced further high-grade silver results from its exploration program at its wholly owned Langis Project located in the Cobalt Camp of Ontario. The fall/winter 2020-2021 program consisted of a total of 18,453.35m of NQ core over 163 holes. This news release includes the last 14 unreleased holes, LM-21-240 to LM-21-253, which were focused in the Shaft 6 area.


  • LM-21-242 drilled 3m of 1341 g/t Silver, 0.06% Cobalt from 128m depth
    • including 1m of 2060 g/t Silver, 0.06% Cobalt
  • LM-21-245 drilled 24m of 187 g/t Silver, 0.02% Cobalt from 131m depth
    • including 10m of 356 g/t Silver, 0.02% Cobalt
    • including 2m of 1077 g/t Silver, 0.04% Cobalt
  • A large nickel anomaly is emerging based on all drilling at the Langis Project
    • LM-21-233 drilled 68m of 14.3 g/t Ag, 0.12% Ni, 0.01% Co, 0.1% Zn
    • including 6m of 78 g/t Ag, 0.23% Ni, 0.02% Co, 1% Zn

Chairman and CEO of Brixton, Gary R. Thompson stated, “The recent fall/winter program was very successful in identifying new silver bonanza zones near the old workings and was highlighted by broad zones of silver-cobalt mineralization. We are in the process of modelling these results to further define next steps for the project with a primary goal of moving a number of targets into a maiden resource category. The nickel mineralization appears to be wide open and we believe it warrants further exploration.”

Click here for link to Figure 1. Location Maps of the Recent Drilling, Langis Project:

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