Eloro Resources’ First Drill Hole at the Iska Iska Project’s Central Breccia Pipe Encounters Multiple Mineralized Intercepts including 196 Grams Silver Equivalent/tonne (g Ag eq/t) over 56.2m and containing 343 g Ag eq/t (274 g Ag/t, 0.16% Sn and 0.16 g Au/t) over 27.5m

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Eloro Resources Ltd. (TSX-V: ELO; OTCQX: ELRRF FSE: P2QM) (“Eloro”, or the “Company”) is pleased to provide an update on its Iska Iska silver-tin polymetallic project in Potosi Department, southern Bolivia. To date, the Company has completed 29 diamond drill holes totalling 11,696 metres to test the Huayra Kasa Mine area, Santa Barbara Breccia Pipe (“SBBP”) and Central Breccia Pipe (“CBP”) targets. This press release reports further drilling results from the first drill hole (CDN-01) to test the CBP from the northern radial platform. Figure 1 is a geological plan map showing locations of the drill holes and updated geological interpretation. Figure 2 is a NE-SW geological cross section through the eastern side of the SBBP and the northwest part of the CBP showing location of the main mineralized zone. Table 1 gives significant drilling results and Table 2 lists holes completed with assays pending. Highlights are as follows: read more

Tocvan Reports 92% Recovery of Gold from Preliminary Metallurgical Results

Provides Update on Phase II Drill Program
CSE:TOC, TocVan Ventures, gold, mexico

Tocvan Ventures Corp. (CSE:TOC) (CNSX:TOC.CN) (“Tocvan” or the “Corporation”) is pleased to announce the results of ongoing metallurgical work at its flagship Pilar Gold-Silver Project in Sonora, Mexico. Preliminary results have been received from two composite samples taken from the previously released drill hole JES-20-32. Drill hole JES-20-32 is thought to be representative of the central portion of the Main Zone, which during Phase I drilling in December of 2020 intersected 94.6-meters at 1.6 g/t Au including 9.2m at 10.8 g/t Au and 38 g/t Ag from 57.9 to 152.5 meters.  The samples consisted of a low-grade (0.63 g/t Au) and a medium-grade (1.2 g/t Au) composite to determine the susceptibility of dissolution of gold through cyanide bottle testing. The results show after a retention time of 48 hours, maximum dissolution can be reached of 91% for the low-grade composite and 92% for the medium-grade composite.  A summary of the results are provided in Table 1. Samples were submitted to SGS Laboratories in Durango, Mexico for analysis. read more