(Toronto, January 18, 2024) Osisko Mining Inc. (TSX: OSK “Osisko” or the “Corporation”) is pleased to provide the following corporate updates on the Corporation’s activities for 2024.
Grid Power Arrives at Windfall
The 85 km long 69 kV hydro-electric power line built, owned and operated by the Waswanipi Cree First Nation has been completed on schedule, and grid power has successfully been connected to the Windfall Project. The use of hydroelectricity at the Windfall Project marks the switching over from diesel generated electricity to operate the camp and underground infrastructure and will significantly reduce both power costs and greenhouse gas emissions at the site.
Regional Exploration Program
Osisko has begun a 35,000 meter drill program on the Urban-Barry properties as part of its 70% earn-in option with Bonterra Resources Inc. (please see Osisko’s news release dated September 25, 2023). The program will initially focus on the Moss showing, located five kilometres south-west along strike from the Windfall gold deposit, where an historical intercept of high-grade mineralization in prior Bonterra drilling has been interpreted by Osisko’s exploration team to potentially represent the Lynx mineralized system seen at the Windfall Project.
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