One drill hole even returned a ‘bonanza’ intercept of 459 grams per tonne (g/t) of gold (Au) over 2.2 metres (m).
Other high-grade but less emphatic intercepts from Triangle included 71.6g/t Au over 14.8m, 10.8g/t Au over 9.1m and 22g/t Au over 5.8m.
Those results are from 30 of the holes drilled in the recent drilling program, while Integra is still waiting on the results for the remaining 26 holes.
“Impressive drill results like those reported today continue to demonstrate the future potential of Triangle,” said President and chief executive Stephen de Jong.
“Infill drilling within the proposed bulk sample target has exceeded expectations in both grade and thickness, and extensional drilling on deeper structures suggests that Triangle has the potential for further growth.”
Shares in the junior gold explorer closed at C$0.79 on Tuesday.
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