• InZinc Mining (IZN) is outlining details of an upcoming exploration program at its Indy Project in British Columbia
  • The Vancouver company’s fully-funded, two-phased program will follow-up on discovery of nickel-cobalt-copper mineralization intersected last year
  • Drilling will also target several new geochemical anomalies highlighted in the area
  • The project is located 100 kilometres southeast of Prince George in central British Columbia
  • InZinc Mining (TSXV:IZN) is unchanged, trading at $0.03 at 9:30 am ET

InZinc Mining (IZN) is outlining details of an upcoming exploration program at its Indy Project in British Columbia.

The Vancouver-based mineral exploration company’s fully-funded, two-phased program will follow-up on the discovery of nickel-cobalt-copper mineralization intersected last year.

Drilling will also target several new new geochemical anomalies highlighted in the area.

The wholly-owned project is located 100 kilometres southeast of Prince George in central British Columbia.

The upcoming program will also focus on large, untested zinc targets identified by previous geochemical and geophysical surveys.

The first phase will focus on five targets, three thought to contain nickel-cobalt-copper and two zinc targets.

The second phase will drill priority targets outlined in in the first phase, as well as elsewhere on the property.

The company will commence Phase 1 exploration in mid-June with Phase 2 drilling anticipated in July-August.

Exploration expenditures are eligible for a 30-percent rebate under British Columbia’s Mineral Exploration Tax Credit.

InZinc also holds equity and royalty interests as part of its portfolio of active North American base metals and precious metals projects.

The company owns a significant equity investment in American West Metals which is advancing multiple North American base metals projects.

InZinc Mining (TSXV:IZN) is unchanged, trading at $0.03 at 9:30 am ET.

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