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Radisson aims to show high-grade at depth

With an expanded C$6 million financing underway, Radisson Mining Resources is looking to complete a 20,000m drilling programme at its O’Brien gold project at Cadillac in Val d’Or, Quebec, Canada, follow up on high-grade results achieved in 2018 and move towards a resource update in early 2020.

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Exploration manager Richard Nieminen at 36E, Cadillac, Quebec, Canada

O'Brien is the site of an abandoned mine which produced about 600,000oz at a grade of 15 grams per tonne between 1926-1957, making it one of the highest-grade mines in Quebec.