Unexplored Zone Shows Signs of Significant New Gold Mineralization

Unexplored Zone Shows Signs of Significant New Gold Mineralization

We are pleased to present an explanation of significant Tertiary sill- and Cretaceous Aspen Formation-hosted gold intercepts drilled during 2015–2016 at its Kilgore Gold ProjectThese gold intercepts define a significant, previously unrecognized and under-explored target that collectively delineate a broad zone of gold mineralization, now known as the “Aspen Corridor,” which underlies the existing Kilgore Deposit. Dimensions of the corridor, as currently defined by the drill results, are approximately 460-metres-long by 120-metres-wide, and from 60- to 135-metres-thick. Mineralization remains open to the northwest and southeast and at the bottom of many holes.

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History and Trends of the Top Gold Rich Countries in The World

History and Trends of the Top Gold Rich Countries in The World

The Gold Rich Countries charts remained stable for several centuries. Back in the mid-1900s, four countries –South Africa, the United States, Canada and Australia, dominated gold production worldwide. South Africa was the world's largest gold producer of the group, which together accounted for more than half of the world’s gold output.

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