Renforth Resources completes Parbec prospecting

Ms. Nicole Brewster reports


June 21, 2018 – Renforth Resources Inc. has released results obtained during its recent surface prospecting program at Parbec, where the company met its main objective in the program, locating the historically mapped diorite body and determining it to be a gold-bearing magnetic diorite. Historical trenches in the northwest of the property were also rediscovered during a prospecting traverse, and the porphyry within these returned gold grades. These trenches are located on strike approximately 370 metres from the western edge of the 2016 Parbec Resource and approximately 190 metres from the westernmost hole in the recent drilling, PAR-18-80. The Island trenches were revisited and sampled, returning gold. Samples obtained in each location demonstrate the presence of mineralized gold systems.


  • Gold-bearing magnetic diorite system intersected on surface south of Cadillac break;
  • Historically mapped diorite body proven gold bearing;
  • Mineralized historical trenches rediscovered in extreme northwest of property;
  • Additional gold-bearing sample obtained in Island trenches discovery area.




Description                                         Sample     Type   Assay


Weakly silicified leucodiorite,

non-magnetic, 5% medium disseminated pyrite        1408902     Grab    1.04

Magnetic, massive diorite,

5% medium disseminated pyrite                      1408908     Grab    0.55

Quartz feldspar porphyry with

quartz-tourmaline veining and mixed sulphides      1408963     Grab    0.54

Quartz feldspar porphyry with

quartz-tourmaline veining and mixed sulphides      1408964     Grab    0.58

Quartz feldspar porphyry with

quartz-tourmaline veining and mixed sulphides      1408966     Grab    0.38

Potassium-altered magnetic diorite

with tourmaline veining                            1408971  Channel    0.36

Silicified intermediate volcanics

with quartz veining, fine disseminated pyrite      1408985     Grab    4.52

Technical information in this press release has been reviewed and approved by Francis Newton, PGeo, OGQ No. 2129, and Mark Wellstead, PGeo, each being a qualified person pursuant to the guidelines of National Instrument 43-101.