Canuc Resources Corporation Announces First Drill Results at San Javier

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Canuc Resources Corporation announces initial results from the Phase I drill program being conducted on the Company’s San Javier Silver-Gold Project in Sonora State, Mexico. A total of 7 holes have been drilled, testing the Santa Rosa vein (SRV) over a strike length of 430 m northeastsouthwest.
The SRV has been confirmed in all holes for a current strike length of 430 m and is
open to the northeast, southwest and at depth.
Most assays are still pending. Drill hole SJ17-001 intersected the SRV between 161.35 m and 165.70 m depth, yielding a weighted average of 202 g/t Ag, 0.57 g/t Au, 2.66% Pb and 2.57% Zn over 4.35 m. The SRV, and associated hydrothermal breccias, occur within porphyritic, andesitic volcanics. The volcanics are host to epithermal-style sulphide mineralization and late-stage, low temperature quartz +/- barite veining. Narrow, isolated veins occur in various locations above the SRV, yielding values ranging up to: 14.6 g/t Au, 2.45% Zn; 1.15 g/t Au, 368 g/t Ag, 8.97 % Pb, 10.0% Zn; and 1.17 g/t Au, 908 g/t Ag, 2.28% Pb, 3.46% Zn.

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