Tres-Or’s Fabre Project (2450 ha) in the Témiscamingue region of northwestern Quebec, covers historical silver-cobalt-nickel, copper, and gold showings within the eastern extents of the famous Cobalt Silver Mining Camp. Tres-Or completed two drill holes (total 205.7 m of NQ core recovered) which were designed to confirm and extend historical silver-cobalt-bismuth drill intersections reported in report GM 532650 of up to 714.5 grams per tonne (g/t) silver, 8.0% Co, and 1.1% Bi on the property. Tres-Or’s two drill holes were located approximately 1.5 km outside the small town of Fabre, Quebec.
Drill hole TRS F002-10 intersected 68.36 grams per tonne (g/t) silver (Ag) over 30 m between 66 and 96 m depth, including 201 g/t Ag over 9 m between 85 and 94 m depth. The richest individual sample was 1510 g/t Ag over 1 m between 90 and 91 m. This sample contains 74% of the total silver from the 30 m interval. Drill hole TRS F001-10 intersected a silver mineralized zone of 3.01 g/t Ag over 35 m between 19 and 54 m, including a richer zone of 7.01 g/t Ag over 5 m between 34 and 39 m. Both holes were drilled from the same surface location angled towards the northeast at azimuth 027. TRS F001-10 was drilled at 45 degree inclination and TRS F002-10 at a 78.5 degree inclination. True widths of the mineralized intervals are unknown, and orientation of the mineralization is yet to be determined.