Building Opportunity through Mineral Exploration and Development
PJX is a mineral exploration company focused on building shareholder value and community opportunity through the exploration and development of mineral resources with a focus on gold. Our primary properties are located in the historical mining area of Cranbrook and Kimberley, British Columbia.
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PJX has 4 gold, silver and base metal (zinc, lead, copper) properties in the Cranbrook area of British Columbia. Gold discoveries on the large Dewdney Trail and Zinger Properties and zinc-lead-silver mineralization on the Vine Property are the primary focus of exploration for the company. Zones with gold, silver, zinc, lead or copper mineralization will also be explored to develop targets on the Eddy, West Basin and DD Properties.
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- Toronto, Ontario – August 19, 2019 – PJX Resources Inc. (“PJX” or “the Company”) is pleased to announce that recent drilling intersected a zone with multiple layers of massive sulphide mineralization on the Vine Property in the historical Sullivan Mine District near Cranbrook, British Columbia Canada. “Hole VA19-48 intersected 4 […]
Three-dimensional Modelling Supports Potential Down Plunge Extension of High-grade David Gold Zone on PJX Resources’ Gold Shear PropertyToronto, Ontario – July 24, 2019 – PJX Resources Inc. (“PJX”) is pleased to announce that 3-D Modelling of historical drilling in Leapfrog suggests that the High Grade David Gold Zone has an apparent plunge or rake to the north (see https://pjxresources.com/3-D_Model_David_Gold_Zone.jpg). This potential north plunge to the mineralization has […]
Geophysics Suggests Potential Massive Sulphide Body May Be Offset Approximatley 100 Metres From Recent Drill Hole On PJX Resources’ Vine PropertyToronto, Ontario – May 23, 2019 – PJX Resources Inc. (“PJX”) is pleased to announce that interpretation of down-hole Electromagnetic survey data combined with Magnetotelluric (MT) geophysics suggests that the source of a large MT anomaly may offset approximately 100 metres from the recently completed hole drilled to test the […]