From an insider

GGI is hitting thick intervals of exceptionally high-grade Nickel-Copper massive sulphides…12 m in hole 9 at over 6% Ni and almost 3% Cu, and above that a 32-m zone of almost 1% Ni and 0.70 Cu…40-meter intersections to the west in the historic zone…hole 14 was 16.75 m of massive sulphides (what else on either side of that?)…so these are NOT small intercepts, and in the massive sulphides the grades are absolutely world class…Lightfoot already said it’s rare to even find a 4.8-m interval of better than 7% Ni in an established Nickel camp – top few percent of global intervals, he said…the massive sulphide intervals keep getting wider, even in the historic zone…when they hit the motherlode, wow, there will be nothing like it…

Comment by Jon – BMR — December 6, 2017 @ 6:10 am