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Infill drilling continues to confirm Brucejack

Pretium Resources Inc. Sept. 30 reported the fourth set of results from a more than 40,000-meter underground infill drill program at the Valley of the Kings deposit of its Brucejack gold project in northern British Columbia.

Results continue to confirm the style and grade distribution of the gold mineralization in the area were mining is slated to begin.

The best intercepts from this batch of results include: 74.62 grams of gold per metric ton uncut over 18 meters of hole VU-466; 61.25 g/t gold uncut over 15 meters of hole VU-470; 93.49 g/t fold uncut over 14 meters of hole VU-487; and 32.51 g/t gold uncut over 32.3 meters of hole VU-499.

To date, results from 98 holes (15,813 meters) of the infill drill program for the Valley of the Kings have been reported.

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