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genau so aber der kurs stand dieses jahr auch schon monate lang zwischen 1,40 und 1,10 und somit über ipo preis
Angeblich ist der Deal schon abgeschlossen, die vollen 14 mio + überzeichnung. Inkl. 4 mio von pierre lassonde. Das wäre stark und ohne warrants und der kurs hat nichtmal gezuckt
TORONTO, Oct. 18, 2018 - Integra Resources Corp. (“Integra” or the “Company”) (TSX-V:ITR; OTCQX:IRRZF) is pleased to announce that it has increased the size of its previously announced non-brokered offering of special warrants (the “Non-Brokered Offering”) to approximately $5,500,000.

The closing of the Non-Brokered Offering is subject to conditions, including approval of the TSX Venture Exchange (the “Exchange”).

The net proceeds from the Non-Brokered Offering will be used to fund exploration and development expenditures at the DeLamar Project and for general corporate purposes.
Integra Intercepts Highest Grades to Date at Florida Mountain Including 20.44 g/t AuEq Over 3.04 m Within a Larger Zone Grading 5.23 g/t AuEq Over 21.33 m

November 8, 2018 6:00 AM|GlobeNewswire|About: IRRZF

Press Release Highlights:

Exploration drilling at Florida Mountain continues to demonstrate high-grade nature of the gold (“Au”)-silver (“Ag”) deposit with intercept of:
IFM18_001A, 5.23 grams per tonne (“g/t”) gold equivalent (“AuEq”) over 21.33 meters (“m”) intercepted in the Trade Dollar – Black Jack Vein including 20.44 g/t AuEq over 3.04 m
High grade intercept lies roughly 200 m beneath current inferred resource boundary, indicative of future exploration potential
Wider, lower grade disseminated gold-silver mineralization encountered in drilling helping to confirm the current inferred resource:
IFM18_004, 0.57 g/t AuEq over 46.78 m
With the H1 2019 drill program now fully funded by the close of the recent successful financing, drilling to resume at Florida Mountain in H1 2019
Drilling currently ongoing at the DeLamar Deposit, further testing the Sullivan Gulch and Sullivan Knob Targets

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 08, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Integra Resources Corp. (IRRZF) (the “Company” or “Integra”) is pleased to announce the remaining drill results from Integra’s 100% owned Florida Mountain Gold-Silver Deposit (“Florida Mountain”), located 5 kilometers (“km”) east of Integra’s DeLamar Deposit in southwestern Idaho. A total of 2,920 meters (“m”) was completed in 9 drill holes at Florida Mountain during the 2018 drill campaign, designed to test both the low-grade disseminated mineralization and select high-grade veins on the Deposit. While these results signify the end of the 2018 Florida Mountain drill campaign, one exploration drill remains active on Integra’s neighbouring DeLamar Deposit and will remain active throughout the winter. Drilling is scheduled to continue in H1 2019 at Florida Mountain.

George Salamis, President and CEO of Integra Resources, stated, “The assay results announced today from Florida Mountain highlight some of the immense potential of the Deposit to host high-grade gold-silver mineralization, well beneath the current inferred resource model.”

Mr. Salamis added, “These latest results from the Florida Mountain Deposit outline a significant high-grade gold-silver intercept located roughly 200 meters down-dip beneath the current pit-constrained inferred resource shell, showing the Trade Dollar - Black Jack Vein to be open for expansion. Both the discrete vein hosted mineralization as well as the more disseminated bulk style gold-silver potential at Florida Mountain continues to excite our exploration team, who look forward to returning with drill rigs in the Spring of 2019. Over the coming winter months, drill core from this recently completed program will be incorporated into the ongoing metallurgical testing program. In addition, detailed logging and digitizing of the abundant historical records currently in Integra’s possession will help to shape the 2019 drill program and drive further resource expansion potential. This high-grade intercept further underscores the need for Integra to conduct more drilling down-dip and on extension as we look to return to Florida Mountain in the first half of 2019.”

Florida Mountain - Drill Results Summary

The following table highlights selected intercepts from this set of Florida Mountain drill results. The first two reported intercepts were first disclosed in the news release titled “Integra Announces Initial Drill Results From the Florida Mountain Deposit” dated September 24, 2018. The assays from today’s release were sent to the laboratory in a subsequent shipment, hence why they were not disclosed in the previous Florida Mountain news release.
Drill Hole Number From (m) To
(m) Interval
(m) (1) g/t Au g/t Ag g/t AuEq(2)
IFM18_001A
(previously reported) 39.01 56.39 17.38 0.55 75.92 1.45
IFM18_001A
(previously reported) 75.59 87.48 11.89 0.84 2.91 0.88
IFM18_001A 292.00 313.33 21.33 1.90 283.36 5.23
Incl. 311.81 313.33 3.04 7.68 1085.32 20.44
IFM18_004 84.89 131.67 46.78 0.34 19.74 0.57

Downhole thickness; true width varies depending on drill hole dip; most drill holes are aimed at intersecting the vein structures close to perpendicular therefore true widths are close to downhole widths (approximately 80% conversion ratio)
Gold equivalent = g Au/t + (g Ag/t ÷ 85)

To view a cross section of the Florida Mountain deposit please click on the following link:

https://www.integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2572/fm_deposit_cs_8-nov-2018.pdf

To view a plan map of the current drill program, please click on the following link:

https://www.integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2572/florida_mountain_plotter_vuse_pdf.pdf

To view a long section of one historically mined vein at Florida, indicative of grades and strike/dip potential in the district, please click the following link:

https://www.integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2572/florida_mountain_idealized_long_section.pdf

Florida Mountain Deposit Geology

As a well-known low-sulphidation gold-silver epithermal system, the geology of the Florida Mountain Deposit is generally similar to that of the DeLamar Deposit with the important exception that the Late Cretaceous Idaho granodiorite crops out on the flanks of Florida Mountain, and was extensively entered by workings of the historic underground mines. Discrete low-sulphidation epithermal related fissure veins and more widely disseminated mineralized zones are both present at Florida Mountain, and have contributed to past gold and silver production. Florida Mountain exhibits significant exploration upside, remaining open at depth and on strike.

In more recent history, the gold and silver mineralized material from Florida Mountain was processed during the 1990’s at the neighboring DeLamar Mill, with material being transported by truck along a haulage road that Integra currently uses to access the project. Historical mill records show mill recoveries of 95% gold and 75% or better silver, in addition to column leach test studies demonstrating gold recoveries as high as 85% and silver as high as 54%, are indicative of the excellent metallurgical nature of the deposit The existing Florida Mountain metallurgical data demonstrates the potential of both conventional milling and heap leach options for any future development, subject to further studies and assessment that are currently underway.

In February 2018, the Company reported a maiden Florida Mountain Deposit inferred mineral resource employing a 0.3 g/t AuEq cut-off, outlining 36,605,000 tonnes grading 0.57 g/t Au and 14.12 g/t Ag, for a total of 675,000 ozs of Au and 16.6 M ozs Ag, or 871,000 oz AuEq at a grade of 0.74 g/t AuEq.

To view a copy of the full NI43-101 Technical Report outlining the current inferred resource estimate at the DeLamar Project, please click the following link:

https://www.integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2403/ni43-101_delamar_floridamtn_2018.pdf

DeLamar Exploration Ongoing

Though the company has completed its budgeted drilling for the year at Florida Mountain, further exploration work is ongoing at Integra’s DeLamar Deposit, situated 5 km to the west of Florida Mountain. One drill rig remains active, testing a number of targets including Sullivan Gulch and Sullivan Knob, the later representing the highest geophysical induced polarization (“IP”) signature on the property. The exploration program for H1 2019 is now fully funded, following the recently completed financing. Further guidance regarding the 2019 planned exploration program will be released in the coming months.

Sampling and QA/QC Procedure

Thorough QA/QC protocols are followed on the Project, including insertion of duplicate, blank and standard samples in the assay stream for all drill holes. The samples are submitted directly to American Assay Labs in Reno, Nevada for preparation and analysis. Analysis of gold is performed using fire assay method with atomic absorption (AA) finish on a 1 assay ton aliquot. Gold results over 5 g/t are re-run using a gravimetric finish. Silver analysis is performed using ICP for results up to 100 g/t on a 5 acid digestion, with a fire assay, gravimetric finish for results over 100 g/t silver.

Qualified Person

The scientific and technical information contained in this news release has been reviewed and approved by E. Max Baker PhD. (FAusIMM), Integra’s Vice President Exploration, of Reno, Nevada, and is a “Qualified Person” (“QP”) as defined in National Instrument 43- 101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.
Integra Resources Announces Drill Hole IDM18-59 Intercepting 2.53 g/t AuEq (1.71 g/t Au and 69.03 g/t Ag) Over 109.73 m in 260 m Step-Out Drill Hole at DeLamar

12:00 Uhr | GlobeNewswire

What you need to know:

Drill hole IDM18-59 intercepted 2.53 g/t AuEq (1.71 g/t Au and 69.03 g/t Ag) over 109.73 m
Drill hole IDM18-59 was collared 400 m from the limit of the current inferred resource boundary and over 260 m from the closest drill hole in the Sullivan Gulch area
Drill hole IDM18-59 ended in mineralization with the last 20 m of the drill hole averaging more than 4 g/t AuEq (4.11 g/t AuEq over 21.34 m)
Mineralization in drill hole IDM18-59 starts at a vertical depth of 275 meters, drilling is now testing for the up-dip extension of the mineralized zone and along strike
Current drill program amended to prioritize expanding on this discovery at Sullivan Gulch and infilling the 260 m wide area between drill hole IDM18-59 and previous drilling
VANCOUVER, Jan. 10, 2019 - Integra Resources Corp. (TSXV:ITR, OTCQX:IRRZF) (the “Company” or “Integra”) is pleased to announce the results from recent drilling at the Company’s 100% owned DeLamar Gold-Silver Project, situated in southwest Idaho, USA, that continue to highlight mineralization well outside of the current inferred resource boundary limits. Step-out drill hole IDM18-59 in the area of Sullivan Gulch adds a further 260 meters (“m”) of strike potential in an area with no previous drilling, opening the zone for further potential resource expansion.

“Drilling at DeLamar continues to show the expansion potential on what is already a large mineral endowment. This is a big system and due to little exploration work ever taking place as a result of the DeLamar Mine being in operation during a period of depressed commodity prices, Integra has been consistently discovering new, large areas of mineralization within a stone’s throw of existing infrastructure,” commented Integra CEO and President, George Salamis.

“The case for future potential resource growth at the DeLamar Project is now stronger than ever given this 260-meter step-out drill hole that hits above average grades, in fact greater than 3 times the average grade of the maiden inferred resource estimate, over a width of 109 meters. This latest drill hole now extends the Sullivan Gulch total strike length by approximately 400 meters outside of the 2018 inferred resource estimate boundary. We are particularly excited by drill hole IDM18-59 as it completely opens up the southeastern strike extension at Sullivan Gulch given that it was collared approximately 260 meters from the closest drill hole. Equally as significant, the intercept bottomed in gold-silver mineralization with a 20-meter run of over 4 grams per tonne gold equivalent, indicating that the zone is potentially thicker than demonstrated by this +100 meter wide intercept.”

DeLamar Deposit: Sullivan Gulch Zone Drill Results Summary

This latest round of drill assays from Sullivan Gulch represents results from two drill holes located to the south of drill results previously disclosed in September, 2018. To view the previous news releases outlining Sullivan Gulch drill results, please click on the following links:

https://integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2580/18-09-18-integra-extends-sullivan-gulch.pdf
https://integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2574/2018-06-25-nr-itr-r3gsz2.pdf
https://integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2568/2018-05-10-nr-itr-ptug69.pdf

The geology intersected in this hole is consistent with the geology intersected in other parts of Sullivan Gulch to the north. The mineralization is largely hosted by porphyritic rhyolite and latite units, capped by a banded rhyolite formation, all of which are Miocene aged. The gold-silver mineralization itself consists of a zone of moderately intense low-sulphidation epithermal veining, clay alteration and related disseminated sulphides (mostly pyrite).

Update on Current Drill Program and Ongoing Resource Estimation Work

Given these recent results, the Company has elected to defer drilling planned for other areas of DeLamar in order to immediately focus on Sullivan Gulch infill and step-out drilling, with the goal of driving further 2019 resource expansion. Management finds it prudent to delay the commencement of the resource estimate update from Q1 2019 to Q2 2019 to allow further drilling in Sullivan Gulch. The amended drill plan is designed to test more of this highly prospective zone, with the goal of potentially including these future drill results in the next resource estimate update and subsequent Preliminary Economic Assessment (“PEA”).

The current drill program at Sullivan Gulch is designed to incrementally enlarge the gold-silver resource on-strike and to confirm the continuity of the zone between IDM18-59 and neighboring drill holes to the northwest. The short adjournment of the resource study will allow the result from IDM18-059, and any other infill and step-out drilling to be conducted in January and February, to be included in the 2019 resource estimate update on the DeLamar Project. This resource update will form the basis of the 2019 PEA, now scheduled for H2 2019.

Henrietta and Town Road Drill Results Summary

In addition to the successful drilling at Sullivan Gulch, the Company has been actively exploring other zones within the DeLamar Deposit, including the Henrietta and Town Road targets. Today’s results highlight strong opportunity for future resource expansion across multiple zones of the DeLamar Deposit.

A new high-grade silver-gold zone was discovered at the Henrietta Target as announced on October 10th, 2018. To view the news release, please click the following link:

https://integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2582/2018-10-10_nr_itr_flq8zlua.pdf


Today’s drill results from drill hole IDM18-067 are situated 320 m to the northeast of the Henrietta high grade discovery hole IDM18-066. Drill hole IDM18-067 completes a fence of 3 holes on a section at Henrietta that is now 340 m wide, and open to further drill testing to the northwest and southeast.

The following table highlights selected intercepts from this tranche of drill results:

Drill Hole
Number From
(m) To
(m) Interval
(m) (1) g/t Au g/t Ag g/t AuEq(2)
IDM18-063
Town Road 0.00 21.34 21.34 0.91 2.31 0.94
IDM18-067
Henrietta 83.82 109.73 25.91 0.51 27.15 0.83
Downhole thickness; true width varies depending on drill hole dip; most drill holes are aimed at intersecting the vein structures close to perpendicular therefore true widths are close to downhole widths (approximately 85% conversion ratio)
Gold equivalent = g Au/t + (g Ag/t ÷ 85)
As drilling to date at Henrietta has highlighted a wide zone of low-grade mineralization that is open to the west and east, further drilling will be conducted in this area in 2019.
Integra Resources Significantly Increases Land Package, Adding Prospective Targets On a 6 km Trend to the Northwest of DeLamar
Thu February 14, 2019 6:00 AM

Press Release Highlights:

Six gold (“Au”) and silver (“Ag”) prospects identified on the Black Sheep trend over 6 kilometers (“km”) long to the northwest of the DeLamar and Florida Mountain Deposits
Several of the Au-Ag soil geochemical anomalies on the Black Sheep trend are more than 1.5 km in length
Geological mapping indicates near-surface, high-level epithermal geology, as evidenced by the presence of sinter, opaline silica, hydrothermal eruption breccias, and amorphous to chalcedonic silica veining
Rock-chip samples of targets in the Black Sheep trend include:
Georgianna Target: Sample 1605001, 1.14 grams per tonne (“g/t”) Au and 300 g/t Ag
Twin Peaks Target: Sample 1605025, 0.86 g/t Au and 47.06 g/t Ag
Twin Peaks Target: Sample 1605020, 1.31 g/t Au and 40.36 g/t Ag
Based on the limited erosion of these epithermal prospects, Integra interprets the productive zone at these targets is 200 m below the present surface. Historical drilling at these prospects above the interpreted productive zone include:
Georgianna Target: Drill hole ABS-01, 0.44 g/t Au and 15.5 g/t Ag over 54.86 m
Milestone Target: Drill hole ABS-03, 0.33 g/t Au and 72.8 g/t Ag over 67.06 m
Lucky Day Target: Drill hole ABS-05, 0.83 g/t Au and 18.5 g/t Ag over 3.05 m

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Feb. 14, 2019 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- Integra Resources Corp. (IRRZF) (the “Company” or “Integra”) is pleased to announce the acquisition of a highly prospective trend of multiple epithermal centers 6 km to the northwest of the DeLamar Project (“DeLamar”), a trend now referred to as the Black Sheep District (“Black Sheep” or the “District”). The District was identified in part during site visits and research by renowned epithermal geologists Dr. Jeff Hedenquist and Dr. Richard Sillitoe. Dr. Sillitoe and Dr. Hedenquist, along with Integra’s exploration team, mapped the area and interpreted the District to have undergone very limited erosion since the mid-Miocene mineralization event, suggesting the productive zone of mineralization is potentially located approximately 200 m beneath the surface. Minimal historical exploration did encounter gold-silver in Black Sheep; however, historic drilling was shallow, less than 100 m vertical on average, and did not enter the theorized productive zone.

“We are excited by the discovery of gold-silver surface showings at Black Sheep. The Black Sheep District, which extends for 6 km to the northwest, includes multiple prospects with typical high-level style epithermal mineralization associated with gold and silver deposits. Extensive soil geochemical anomalies in the District have been mapped with multiple signatures exceeding 1.5 km in length,” noted George Salamis, President and CEO of Integra Resources. “Over the course of the past year, Integra has compiled an extensive database of mineralized surface showings and historical mine workings in the vicinity of DeLamar, including the Black Sheep District. This database work, along with site visits by renowned experts, has identified Black Sheep as a highly prospective area on the periphery of the substantial DeLamar Deposit. Historic grab samples from the 6 km Black Sheep trend demonstrate gold-silver mineralization at surface with limited, shallow historic drilling also intersecting gold-silver mineralization above the interpreted productive zone. As a result of our findings in Black Sheep, and in advance of a more substantial district scale exploration program, the Company has staked approximately 15 square kilometers of additional claims. Management views the DeLamar Project as part of a highly prospective gold-silver epithermal district that has been vastly under-explored in modern times and presents significant blue-sky potential.”

Dr. E. Max Baker, Integra’s Vice President of Exploration, added “To provide scale, the Black Sheep District to the northwest of DeLamar is comparable in geographical size to both the DeLamar and Florida Mountain Deposits combined. The nature of the mineralization and alteration in Black Sheep includes extensive sinter deposits surrounding centers of hydrothermal eruption breccia vents associated with high-level coliform banded amorphous to chalcedonic silica with highly anomalous gold, silver arsenic, mercury, antimony and selenium values. In addition to some preliminary rock chip sampling, Integra completed an extensive soil geochemistry grid over the Black Sheep District showing highly anomalous gold and silver trends over significant lengths.”

To view a map of Integra’s regional prospects and area of focus, please click on the following link:

https://www.integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2572/new_property_-_blacksheep_map.pdf

To view geochemistry maps of the Black Sheep District, please click on the following links:

Au Geochemistry: https://www.integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2572/black_sheep_au.pdf
Ag Geochemistry: https://www.integraresources.com/site/assets/files/2572/black_sheep_ag_vuse.pdf

Summer Sampling and Regional Staking Program

The Company conducted field reconnaissance exploration over several areas northwest of the DeLamar Project during Summer 2018. Historic records from Black Sheep revealed sporadic, small-scale historic mining along with minimal historic drilling. In the early 1900s, miners dug multiple, shallow prospect pits in Black Sheep. Though these prospect pits did encounter gold-silver mineralization, they are interpreted to have been dug too high in the system and did not reach the theorized productive zone. Historic drilling in the area was too shallow and only tested approximately 100 m below surface; however, the Company is encouraged that this historic, shallow drilling did return gold-silver mineralization significantly above the theorized productive zone.

The summer field exploration program in the Black Sheep District included 72 rock chip samples and extensive soil geochemistry. Extensive geological mapping along with review of historical data led the Company to stake 15 square kilometers to the northwest of DeLamar.

Table 1. Historic Drill Table Summary
Prospect Hole ID From (m) To (m) Interval (m) g/t Au g/t Ag g/t AuEq
Georgianna ABS-01 44.20 99.06 54.86 0.44 15.50 0.62
Milestone ABS-03 1.52 68.58 67.06 0.33 72.80 1.19
Lucky Day ABS-05 108.20 111.25 3.05 0.83 18.50 1.05


The historic drill data reported in this release was developed by previous operators of the DeLamar Project prior to the introduction of NI43-101. Historic drill intersections are reported as drilled thicknesses. True widths of the mineralized intervals are estimated to be less than 75% of the reported widths. The historic drill data was sourced from historic reports by various operators’ exploration and production data and reports. Integra Resources is providing this historic data for informational purposes only, and gives no assurance as to its reliability or relevance. Integra Resources has not completed any quality assurance program or applied quality control measures to the historic data. Accordingly, the historic data should not be relied upon.
Gold equivalent = g Au/t + (g Ag/t ÷ 85)

Table 2. Rock Grab Sample Assay Summary
Prospect Sample ID g/t Au g/t Ag g/t AuEq
Georgianna 1605001 1.14 300.00 4.67
Statue 1605016 0.61 2.73 0.64
Twin Peaks 1605025 0.86 47.06 1.41
Twin Peaks 1605026 0.83 49.89 1.42
Twin Peaks 1605020 1.31 40.36 1.78


Follow-Up Regional Exploration in 2019

In 2019, the Company will commence an extensive regional exploration program at Black Sheep. This regional exploration program will include:

Additional rock-chip sampling and prospect scale mapping
A regional airborne magnetic and radiometric survey
Commissioning of the Idaho Geology Department to undertake 1:24,000 scale geological mapping of the DeLamar, Florida Mountain and Black Sheep Districts.

During the second half of 2019, the Company anticipates selective drilling of targets within the Black Sheep District


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