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OK2 Minerals: How big Could Pyramid be? Comparing it With Other BC Porphyries

June 19, 2017

The Pyramid Project by OK2 Minerals Ltd. (TSX-V:OK | FRA: 1KO) is a road accessible 127km2 project, located 65km north of Dease Lake in NW British Columbia.

The grassroots Cu-Au porphyry exploration project is located within the prolific Quesnel Terrane, home to porphyry Cu-Au mines such as Mt Milligan, Mt Polley, and Gibraltar.

A recent report by Ceasars, an online mining portal specialized in (junior) mining companies, outlines what the Pyramid Project will do this year, along with an analysis of BC’s Golden Triangle Pyramid Zone projects in comparison with OK2 Minerals, and more.

OK2 Minerals (OK.V) has now started what could be one of the most exciting drill programs in British Columbia’s Golden Triangle area. After a very encouraging exploration season in 2016, OK2 has been able to raise more cash and is 100% ready to re-enter the Pyramid project as it plans to start a substantial exploration program. In this report we will provide a review of the 2016 exploration results and why those results increased the confidence in the existence of a large porphyry target at Pyramid.

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