First Point Minerals Corp. (TSXV:FPX) announced it has completed a first pass of widely-spaced exploration drilling at the Wale nickel alloy property in Canada.
As quoted in the press release:
The helicopter-supported drill program tested the 3.6-kilometre-long Eagle Target with 10 core holes totalling 2,764 metres. The objective of this initial drill campaign at Wale is to identify the potential for large zones of nickel-in-alloy mineralization on the property. The holes were drilled from six pads spaced 470 to 1,200 metres apart. The location of some drill holes on ridge lines and talus covered slopes were driven by local, rugged topography, which reaches a maximum elevation of 2,000 metres.