Filo Corp. announce assay results from three holes from the Filo del Sol Project. Drillhole FSDH112 intersected 1,036.0m at 0.65% CuEq from 96.0m in the Bonita Zone, including: 472.5m at 1.02% CuEq from 659.5m; Expands high-grade zone first drilled in FSDH091; possible northern continuation of Aurora. Drillhole FSDH114 intersected 1,460.0m at 0.45% CuEq from 92.0m north of the Bonita Zone,including: 1,086.0m at 0.51% CuEq from 312.0m; 210.0m at 0.66% CuEq from 750.0m; 158.0m at 0.70% CuEq from 1,090.0m; 26.0m at 1.22% CuEq from 1,176.0m; Confirms Bonita Zone northern extension. FSDH109 was collared on Section 6800N and drilled to the west at -70o, targeting the outcropping porphyry mineralization on Cerro Vicuña. The hole intersected a late intermineral porphyry and mafic dikes which cut rhyolitic and dacitic country rocks down to 439.7m depth. High-sulphidation copper mineralization cuts the rhyolitic country rock with intense quartz-alunite alteration between 4 and 224m depth with several narrow but high-grade sections within this interval. An interval of potassic alteration, linked to mafic rocks, between 232m and 440m is weakly mineralized, averaging 0.25% CuEq. Below this, an early, quartz-dominant, potassic-altered porphyry was intercepted, characterized by fine quartz-feldspar D-type veinlets bearing low grade copper sulphides of a chalcopyrite-bornite assemblage. The hole ends at 1,227.4 meters with a late intermineral porphyry in potassic alteration. Minor high-sulphidation sulphide veins with Cu-Au mineralization were
cut throughout the porphyry environment. FSDH112 was collared on Section 10500N and drilled towards the west at an angle of -63o. This hole was suspended at a depth of 1,143.1m to be resumed when weather conditions allow, and assays down to 1,132m are reported here. The final 20m averaged 0.78% CuEq (0.70% Cu, 0.09 g/t Au, 1.5 g/t Ag) and the end of the mineralized zone has not yet been reached. Between surface and 659.5m the hole intersected a homogeneous rhyolite interval which is cut by numerous high-sulphidation structures with copper, gold and silver. Two larger intervals of abundant structures are broken out in the table above (96.0 to 126.0m and 535.1 to 556.0m), but the interval is also cut by several smaller structures with grades of 2 ­ 4% CuEq over lengths of 1-3 metres. A sharp increase in grade and consistency of mineralization is seen at 659.5m which is marked by a fault zone which continues to 673.1m and contains abundant pyrite and averages 1.52% CuEq (0.73% Cu, 0.42 g/t Au, 54.8 g/t Ag) over 14.5m. Below the fault, rhyolite continues to a contact with granite at 713m, and the hole entered magmatic-hydrothermal breccia at a depth of 965.1m. Grades increase slightly in the breccia, which is still being drilled at the current end of the hole.