• Strong IP reponses defined over more than two kilometres of strike and associated with anomalies in rock and soil sampling
  • Shallow anomalies in chargeability and resistivity explain the veins and breccias encountered in Champagne RC drilling and historic mining at Mine Hill area 
  • A new geophysical model reveals a detachment structure connecting the Mine Hill mineralization to a larger and more deeply rooted anomaly to northwest

Toronto, ON – February 02, 2021 – Idaho Champion Gold Mines Canada Inc. (CSE: ITKO) (OTCQB: GLDRF) (FSE: 1QB1)(“Champion” or the “Company“) is pleased to report the results of the 2020 induced polarization – resistivity  (IP) survey at the Company’s Champagne Gold Project near Arco, Idaho (“Champagne”). Champion designed the IP survey (See press release dated Oct 15, 2020) to evaluate the subsurface beneath the extensive alteration across the property, which spans more than 26 square kilometres. 

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