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Sanatana Resources reports first copper results from the Tarn Zone at its Oweegee copper-gold project in BC’s Golden Triangle

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Sanatana Resources Inc. is a mineral exploration and development company focused on high-impact properties in Canada and the Western Pacific.


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Company: Sanatana Resources
Stock Symbol: TSXV: STA
Date Published: Jan 26, 2022
Transcript: Available

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I’m Ebony North for Investmentpitch Media

Sanatana Resources has reported results from rock grab samples from the newly discovered Tarn Zone at its Oweegee Copper-Gold project in British Columbia's Golden Triangle.

The 31,077-hectare Oweegee Dome Porphyry Copper and Gold Project, an underexplored copper gold porphyry system lying within a region that is a proven host for exceptional copper-gold deposits, is located in BC’s Golden Triangle, with Hwy 37 and the northwest transmission line transecting the property.

Oweegee is located approximately 45 kilometers east of Seabridge Gold's giant KSM-Iron Cap porphyry copper-gold deposits as well as Tudor Gold's Treaty Creek gold-silver project, a globally significant concentration of copper and gold.

It is also situated approximately 35 kilometers northeast of Pretium's high grade Brucejack gold-silver mine, which Newcrest Mining recently acquired in a transaction valued at $3.8 billion.

The Tarn zone was discovered at the end of the 2021 Oweegee field program and is located over 8 km north of the known copper-gold showings at the Delta Zone.

The Tarn Zone consists of a strong magnetic anomaly and anomalous copper-gold silt geochemistry and forms the eastern portion of the broader Skowill Prospect area of the 310 square kilometer Oweegee property.

Significant grab samples returned 0.438%, 0.40% and 0.335%, copper, with the highest grade sample also reporting 5.72% zinc.

These are the best of the 13 samples collected from the magnetic anomaly.

Management stated: “These results are highly encouraging for the initial sampling and confirm the Oweegee project hosts multiple mineralizing systems each of which require follow-up study. The magnetic anomaly was initially identified from historic airborne survey data which was truncated by the northern edge of the survey area. An additional 588 line kilometers of airborne magnetic and radiometric surveys were completed in September 2021 which extended the coverage area and revealed additional magnetic anomalies.”

The results of the new airborne survey show the Tarn prospect sits at the head of a tadpole like shaped magnetic high about 1.5 kilometers long with the gossanous ridge forming the tail.

Prospecting crews will be sent to this area during the 2022 field season to further develop this interesting and emerging prospect.

The magnetic survey also revealed several other magnetic centres that could be a response caused by magnetite associated with potassic centres of other porphyry systems or skarns.

These targets will also be highlighted for field investigation in the 2022 season.

The shares are currently trading at $0.14.

For more information, please visit the company’s website, contact Peter Miles, CEO, at 604-408-6680 or by email at

I’m Ebony North for Investmentpitch Media