Today, Brixton was pleased to announce some results from the Hudson Bay Project located near the Cobalt Camp in Ontario.
Chairman and CEO, Gary R. Thompson stated, “These results conclude our phase one drilling program at the Hudson Bay mine area which clearly demonstrates the potential for high grade cobalt and silver with significant base metals as noted in hole 23 where we encountered 1.38% cobalt. A total of 24 holes for 3150 m were drilled at the Hudson Bay site. One of the HB veins has been drilled for 150 m in strike so far. The Company has moved the drill rig to its Langis silver-cobalt project for drilling which is located about 22 km from the Hudson Bay site.”