• JKS Resources (JKS) has completed its maiden drill program on its Sowchea Property in B.C.’s Omineca Mining Division
  • The drill program is spread across 12 holes totalling 272 metres. Due to the overburden being more significant than anticipated, the company completed fewer drill holes due to the length required to reach the bedrock
  • Assays were delivered to the independent laboratory and results will be reported when received
  • JKS Resources Inc. (JKS) is unchanged, trading at C$0.32 per share at 11 am ET

JKS Resources (JKS) has completed its maiden drill program on its Sowchea Property.

The drill program is spread across 12 holes totalling 272 metres. Due to the overburden being more significant than anticipated, the company completed fewer drill holes due to the length required to reach the bedrock.

Assays were delivered to the independent laboratory and results will be reported when received.

JKS Resources is engaged in the exploration of mineral properties, focusing on gold. It holds an interest in the Sowchea Property, which consists of three mineral claims covering approximately 22.8 sq. km. in the Omineca Mining Division of Central British Columbia. JKS also holds an option to acquire a 100 per cent interest in the Sowchea Property.

JKS Resources Inc. (JKS) is unchanged, trading at C$0.32 per share at 11 am ET.

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