SEATTLE (Scrap Monster): Vancouver, B.C.-based NorthWest Copper announced commencement of exploration works at its flagship Kwanika-Stardust Project in central British Columbia. The company is waiting for drilling to begin, as soon as it is given permission to access forestry roads in the region.
The company plans aggressive drilling and exploration activities, which in turn will result in significant advancement of its three major projects- Kwanika-Stardust, Lorraine and East Niv.
The first phase drill program at Kwanika consists of 7,200 metres of diamond drilling. The drilling activities are expected to continue through the fall. The crews are already engaged in preparation activities to begin field work prior to the proposed 2,700 metre phase I drill program at East Niv. The company plans to commence drilling at East Niv in mid-summer. Additionally, NorthWest plans to mobilize crews to its Lorraine Project later during the season.
Peter Bell, President & CEO of NorthWest Copper stated that the company looks forward to its 2021 drilling and field exploration programs with great anticipation. The company will continue to update the market as it advances its flagship projects, he added.