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Happy Creek receives five-year drill permit for Silverboss Project

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Global Mining Review,

Happy Creek Minerals Ltd. has announced that it has received a five-year drill permit for the Company’s Silverboss Project located in the South Cariboo region of British Columbia.


  • The 100% owned Silverboss Project is a 110 km2 group of contiguous mineral claims surrounding the historic Boss Mountain molybdenum-silver mine that produced from 1963 – 1983.
  • Silverboss is highly prospective for copper, silver, gold, and molybdenum, as well as nickel and PGM metals.
  • The five-year permit for Silverboss allows for up to 30 drill holes, trenching, access trails, and related work.
  • The field programme at Silverboss is set to commence in late June.

Happy Creek, President and CEO Jason Bahnsen commented, “Our exploration programme for 2024 is commencing at Silverboss with fieldwork to commence in June. The 2024 exploration programme at Silverboss follows up on the large IP anomaly identified in 2012 around the historic Silverboss shaft and adit area. The Company is also currently reviewing exploration plans for its other projects, including the Hel-Art-DL gold, Fox tungsten and Highland Valley copper projects.”

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