Rockcliff Metals Corporation has found an indicated copper grade increase of 26pc at its Tower Copper Project, the company noted in an update to its earlier reporting.
The project, located in Manitoba, Canada now contains a copper grade indication that has risen to 4.69pc from 3.73pc, as well as a zinc grade that rose by 26pc to 1.32pc from 1.05pc. Rockcliff also confirmed that the indicated contained copper metal content increased by 19pc to 106.1mn lbs from 89.2mn lbs. Indicated ore volume however, decreased by 5pc to 1.03mn mt from 1.08mn mt.
Alistair Ross, Rockcliff’s president and chief executive officer, noted that additional drill assay results are forthcoming, which could yield more pleasant surprises.