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Copper Mountain confirms deeper New Ingerbelle potential

Two holes drilled by Canadian miner Copper Mountain Mining to test the depth extent of its New Ingerbelle deposit, near Princeton, British Columbia, have returned better-than-reserve grades and confirmed mineralisation extends below the pit design.

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Copper Mountain has reported higher-than-reserve grades at depth at New Ingerbelle

The first hole returned 585m grading 0.51% copper-equivalent, comprising 0.33% copper, 0.21 grams per tonne gold and 0.45g/t silver, including a higher-grade interval of 213m at 0.75% Cu-eq.