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Precious Metals

  • Success: Sitka Gold Identifies Alpha Gold as a Strong Carlin-Type Alteration System

    With five more drill holes from its ongoing summer drill program at its Alpha Gold project in Nevada, Sitka Gold Corp. (CSE:SIG, FRA:1RF) has found further evidence of a strong Carlin-type alteration system. Assays are now available from the first two drill holes in the current program. In particular, drill hole AG21-05 (the second drill hole of the summer program by continuous count) is raising high expectations, although the drill did not even penetrate to target depth. AG21-05 encountered highly fractured rock along its entire length in Devonian shale and then encountered karst cavities below. This caused the drill pipe to get stuck and the hole was eventually abandoned at 430 feet (131 meters). However, the last 40 feet (12.19 meters) of drilling returned an average value of 0.41 g/t gold in the upper part of the Horse Canyon Equivalent unit (Figure 2).

  • Goliath Resources: Further drill intercepts point to high continuity of Surebet Zone

    Drill hole by drill hole and drill site by drill site, Goliath Resources (TSXV: GOT; FRA: B4IF) confirms the high continuity of mineralization along the entire Surebet polymetallic gold-silver zone at its Golddigger project in British Columbia's Golden Triangle. All 23 diamond drill holes completed to date, now totaling 4,391 metres, have intersected significant widths of quartz-sulphide veins along the entire 1,000 metre strike length. To date, only assays from the first three drill holes, GD21-01 to -03, from the Cliff drill site are available. For the remaining 20 drill holes, Goliath is still awaiting results from the laboratory. However, even so, the known drill intercepts provide a great deal of structural information that will allow a better understanding of Surebet.

  • Success: P2 Gold drills 1.15 g/t gold equivalent over 140 metres at Gabbs

    P2 Gold Inc. (TSXV: PGLD; FRA: 4Z9) reports encouraging results from its first proprietary drill holes at the advanced Gabbs copper-gold project on the Walker Lane trend in Nevada. Hole GBD-001 intersected 1.15 g/t gold equivalent (0.81 g/t gold and 0.30% copper) over 140.67 meters, including 39.32 meters grading 2.71 g/t gold equivalent (2.12 g/t gold and 0.51% copper).

  • Tembo Gold signals its return with a strong jump in share price

    After a long period of inactivity - long-suffering shareholders would probably say: after a long sleep - the shares of the Tanzanian gold explorer Tembo Gold (TSXV: TEM; FRA: T23A) came violently back to life last week. Around 3.2 million shares were traded from a standing start, and the share price rose by more than 40 percent. Measured against the total trading volume of the past 6 months (11.4 million shares), almost one third of the volume was traded in the past three trading days. The closing price was quoted at CAD 0.215, while the average price over the past six months was CAD 0.156.

  • Goldplay triggers acquisition of high-grade gold and copper projects!

    When first started to talk about Goldplay Mining (WKN A3CNY4 / TSXV AUC), the company already had two legs to stand on: the Scottie West project in the Canadian province of British Columbia and various copper and gold projects in Portugal. Only recently, Goldplay had then reported a significant acquisition in Portugal - and is now acquiring further promising land in British Columbia as well!

  • P2 Gold Reports 2.63 g/t Gold over 45.85 Meters at BAM Project

    BAM. That's actually the name of the P2 Gold Inc. (TSX-V:PGLD; FRA: 4Z9) Golden Triangle in northwestern British Columbia. But "BAM!" also onomatopoeically describes very well the results of the first three holes drilled to test the newly discovered Monarch gold zone on the project. The best drill hole returned 2.63 g/t gold over 45.85 meters right off the bat, including 9.20 meters of 7.3 g/t gold. Mineralization in the 45 degree inclined hole started very near surface from drill meter 5.35 and extended to drill meter 51.2.

  • Goliath Resources: Assays confirm 35.72 metres at 6.37 g/t gold equivalent

    Goliath Resources (TSXV: GOT; FRA: B4IF) is exceeding expectations: After 13 successful drill holes into the Surebet Zone polymetallic quartz-sulphide vein system at the Golddigger Project in British Columbia, the company today presented assay results from the first three holes. The most spectacular hole is the third drill hole (GD21-003).

  • Canadian fund manager significantly increases its stake in Matador Mining!

    It had been a bit quiet around our Newfoundland gold explorer Matador Mining (WKN A2DKV4 / ASX MZZ) over the summer, until the Australian company recently presented the first, excellent drill results from its Cape Ray project. A major Canadian asset manager seems to have taken this as an opportunity to significantly increase its stake in Matador.

  • Goliath Resources meldet 35,72 Meter mit 6,37 g/t Gold-Äquivalent

    Goliath Resources (TSXV: GOT; FRA: B4IF) übertrifft die Erwartungen: Nach 13 erfolgreichen Bohrungen in das polymetallische Quarz-Sulfid-Adersystem der Zone Surebet auf dem Golddigger Projekt in British Columbia hat das Unternehmen heute die Analyseergebnisse der ersten drei Bohrungen präsentiert. Das spektakulärste Loch ist die dritte Bohrung (GD21-003).

  • Why Greenland? Why Conico? Why now?

    Wars are rarely fought for lofty goals. Usually it is about tangible things, i.e. hard-core economic interests, political power or even raw materials. Even the so-called war on terror, which the Western alliance waged in Afghanistan for twenty years, was ultimately about access to the country's raw materials

  • Sitka Gold looks to follow in Victoria Gold's footsteps in the Yukon

    Opinions are divided on yesterday's update from Sitka Gold (CSE :SIG; FRA:1RF) from its RC Gold project in the Yukon: how should the 318 meters of 0.45 g/t gold be assessed? Is that okay, satisfactory, sufficient or insufficient? The first reaction of many quick readers - and in the end we all are - might have been disappointment, because although the reported intervals are longer, the gold grades are significantly lower than in the first Discovery drill holes on the Saddle and Eiger target zones. As a reminder, values from last year were 100.8 meters at 0.82 g/t gold in the best hole, DDRCCC20-002.

  • Conico hits next bull's eye on second Ryberg target

    The Cu-Ni-Co-Pd-Au Ryberg project in East Greenland is increasingly revealing its huge potential and gigantic dimensions. Also on the second target at Ryberg, the Sortekap prospect, Conico Ltd. (ASX: CNJ; FRA: BDD) has hit the bull's eye with its first drill hole SODD001. The 236.7-meter drill hole targeted an IP anomaly measured in 2020. The drill hole confirmed the presence of sulfide mineralization at the target depth. Meanwhile, the second drill hole, SODD002, has commenced. It is again targeting the IP anomaly and is located 350 m south of SODD001.

  • Goliath Resources Lands Next Hit at Polymetallic Surebet Zone!

    The winning streak continues as the seventh hole drilled by Goliath Resources (WKN A2P063 / TSXV GOT) to test the Surebet zone at its Golddigger project in British Columbia's "Golden Triangle" has once again returned a very thick interval - 48.2 meters* - of extensive quartz sulphide veins, traced some 600 meters north of the North of Cliff drill site.

  • AIS Resources: Values for pathfinder minerals at Toolleen are off the chart

    Around gold deposits often exists mineralisation with particularly high values of so-called pathfinder minerals. In the region around the famous Fosterville gold mine of Kirkland Lake in the Australian state of Victoria, antimony has proven to be the most important pathfinder mineral. High antimony values have always been a strong sign that high-grade gold mineralization is close at hand. This is the backdrop against which to read AIS Resources Limited's (TSX: AIS; FRA: 5YHA) recent announcement on pathfinder minerals at its Fosterville-Toolleen project about 10 kilometers east of Fosterville. IE, the measured antimony values exceed the norm and are so exceptionally high that AIS management took the precaution of checking with the laboratory again as to whether there was a measurement error. The laboratory ruled this out after checking again.

  • Goliath Resources hits the mark again on 600-meter step-out drill hole

    Goliath Resources' (TSXV: GOT; FRA: B4IF) Surebet discovery is growing rapidly in all directions. In a step-out drill hole 600 meters from the first drill site, the sixth drill hole overall on the project has also intersected a significant interval of mineralization. The reported drill intercept with quartz-sulfide veins is 61.5 meters long. Significantly, this is the first drill hole from a new drill pad (North Pad) located 600 meters from the first drill pad (Cliff Pad). The results from this "step-out drill hole" provide further evidence of the robustness of the Surebet zone. They further suggest that the Surebet Zone mineralized package may have high continuity. Based on portable XRF measurements, drill hole GD21-006 encountered up to 326 g/t silver, 1.2% copper, 7.16% zinc and 6.77% lead

  • EnviroLeach secures offtake agreement with global metals trader

    The technology by EnviroLeach Technologies (CSE:ETI; FRA: 7N2) has what it takes to become a new standard for environmentally friendly hydrometallurgical extraction of precious metals in both the mining and e-waste sectors. The concept is apparently also convincing established players in the industry!

  • P2 Gold: The founding team of Pretium Resources wants to do it again

    The name of P2 Gold Inc. (TSX-V: PGLD; FRA: 4Z9) contains, for the initiated, a tongue-in-cheek reference to a well-known role model whose name also begins with "P": Pretium Resources, in a sense the "P1 Gold." Pretium (NASDAQ/TSX: PVG), now a gold producer, has a market capitalization of CAD 2.3 billion. Joe Ovsenek and his team have played a big part in making that so.

  • Excellon Resources to more than triple drilling program at Silver City in 2021

     Following successful test drilling last year, Excellon Resources Inc. (TSX:EXN, EXN.WT; NYSE:EXN; FRA:E4X2) plans to follow up with more than three times as much drilling this season at its Silver City project in Saxony. The company plans to drill a total of 12,000 meters, up from 3,700 meters last year. At that time, Excellon had drilled 16 test holes along a 24-kilometer strike and confirmed extremely high-grade silver values in some cases near historic mines. This year, the company plans to focus on four priority targets: Grey Wolf, Reichenbach, Bräunsdorf and Peter Vein. The relevant drilling permits have now been received. (see Figure 1)

  • Great expectations: AIS Resources Starts Drilling on Fosterville-Toolleen Gold Project

    Australia's Fosterville Mine, owned by Kirkland Lake (TSX:KL), is considered one of the best addresses for high-grade gold deposits in the world. The mine may have played no small part in the Canadian gold producer's phenomenal resurgence since 2015. Fosterville is rightly considered an exceptional project: after decades of successful production, the mine still has 2.6 million ounces of resources with average grades close to one ounce.

  • Sitka Gold Corroborates Carlin Hypothesis at the Alpha Gold Project

    Sitka Gold Corp. (CSE: SIG) (FSE: 1RF) has confirmed through fine chemical analysis 4 primary pathfinder elements from the two drill cores on its Alpha Gold Project in Nevada. These are the same elements that are typically found in Carlin-type gold deposits.