In a news release, Kennady Diamonds announced the latest drill results from the 100 percent-controlled Kennady North diamond project located in Canada’s Northwest Territories. Kennady Diamonds CEO Patrick Evans commented: “Delineation drilling at the Kelvin kimberlite continues to return excellent results. The focus of the drilling was to delineate the lower areas of the Kelvin pipe at the north end of the current geological model. Holes 43a and 43b retuned significant intercepts beyond the current model. We have now arranged for a larger fourth drill rig to be brought to site to facilitate further exploration/delineation drilling to extend the strike of the Kelvin pipe.” Mr. Evans added: “We are also very pleased with the progress of the exploration/delineation drilling at the Faraday 2 kimberlite, which has now extended the strike of the Faraday 2 pipe to approximately 240 meters." The details are available by following the link.