Premier Gold drilling adds value at Mexico mine

Premier Gold Mines Ltd. [PG-TSX; PIRGF-OTC] on Thursday November 21 released impressive drill results from its 100%-owned Mercedes Mine in Sonora, Mexico where the company is completing a 42,000-metre exploration and delineation core drilling program.

The update comes just 24 hours after Premier announced the signing of a long-term relationship agreement with three local First Nations in relation to the development of the company’s Hardrock gold project in northwestern Ontario, which is held through a 50% stake in the Greenstone property joint venture.

The joint venture continues to advance this project towards a construction decision.

Premier Gold is a gold producer as well as an exploration and development company with a focus on properties in Canada, the United States and Mexico. Premier is aiming to emerge as a low-cost, mid-tier gold producer via its two producing gold mines, South Arturo and Mercedes, and through future mine development opportunities at Hardrock and McCoy-Cove in Nevada.

Mercedes is a 2,000 tonnes-per-day underground gold-silver mine located in Sonora State, northern Mexico, about 250 km northeast of Hermosillo. As of December 31, 2019, proven and probable gold reserves stood at 395,000 ounces at a grade of 3.63 g/t.

The project also hosts proven and probable silver reserves of 2.72 million ounces grading 25.05 g/t.

Mercedes produced 68,719 ounces of gold and 309,165 ounces of silver in 2018.

Several exploration targets exist on the project that the company has identified to extend the mine life.

In keeping with that strategy, the 2019 drilling campaign is focused on delineating new mineral resources in the Lupita Extension area as well as confirming potentially important discoveries at the San Martin and Neo areas.

On Thursday, the company said drilling highlights from the Lupita Extension area include 8.9 metres of 9.41 g/t gold and 34.15 g/t silver, as well as 3.6 metres of 7.96 g/t gold and 31.69 g/t silver.

“Our Lupita Extension and San Martin drill program has emerged as an important contributor to the future of Mercedes,” said Premier Executive Vice-President Stephen McGibbon. “With true widths approaching three metres and grades well in excess of 2019 production grades, each new result is quickly adding to the value of this operation.”

On Thursday, Premier Gold shares eased 3.5% or $0.07 to $1.90. The shares are trading in a 52-week range of $1.39 and $2.55.

The Lupita discovery outcrop hosts a three-metre wide silicified vein of typical low-sulphidation epithermal textures and diagnostic green quartz. The Lupita Extension drill program was designed to expand the Lupita resource to the west.

After a successful Phase 1 program of 18 drill holes at a 60-metre spacing, Phase 2 was launched in May 2019 on a 30-metre grid, aiming to create indicated mineral resources by the end of this year.

The Phase 2 drill program at Lupita Extension continues to delineate high-grade areas and successfully expand the mineralization 300 metres to the west, where it remains open for expansion. Development to access the Lupita Extension is planned for the first half of 2020.

San Martin is a target located 600 metres to the west of Lupita. It was discovered with an intercept of 1.5 metres of 5.56 g/t gold in the first hole in May 2019. Two new intercepts recently drilled at San Martin continue to expand high-grade mineralization with 1.4 metres of 15.80 g/t gold and 69.00 g/t silver in drill hole L19-457D and 4.6 metres of 10.3 g/t gold and 57.65 g/t silver in drill hole L19-496D.

The company said more delineation is planned for 2020. The aim is to upgrade mineralization to an indicated mineral resource. Given a spacing of less than 60 metres of drilling at San Martin during 2019, a portion of the mineralization will warrant inclusion into mineral resources at year end.

Premier Gold recently achieved a key milestone by declaring commercial production at its El Nino Mine on the South Arturo Project in Nevada.

Premier holds a 40% interest in the South Arturo Project, which is located on the prolific Carlin Trend in Elko County, Nevada. South Arturo is a joint venture with Barrick Gold Corp. [ABX-TSX, NYSE], which owns the remaining 60%.

South Arturo produced 20,980 ounces of gold and 12,649 ounces of silver in 2018 from stockpiled material. Future production is expected to come from two additional developments underway at the property, including the Phase 1 open pit and El Nino underground mine.

GoGold Resources shares up on Mexican drill results

GoGold Resources Inc. [GGD-TSX] shares rallied Wednesday November 20 on news of drilling results from the company’s Los Ricos Project in Jalisco State, Mexico.

The latest results are from 10 new diamond drill holes. Highlights include drill hole LRGG-19-056, which returned 26 metres of 2.97 g/t gold equivalent, including 4.0 metres of 14.16 g/t gold equivalent from 296.0 to 325.0 metres. This is the second deepest hole to be drilled at Los Ricos to date, the company said.

GoGold shares advanced on the news, rising almost 7% or $0.04 to 64 cents. The shares are currently trading in a 52-week range of 19 cents and 80 cents.

GoGold is a Canadian-based silver and gold producer with operations in Mexico. Having recently sold a 2% royalty on the Santa Gertrudis Mine for US$12 million to Metalla Royalty & Streaming Ltd. [MTA-CSE; MTAFF-OTCQB; X9CP-FSE], GoGold’s key asset is the Parral Tailings Project in Chihuahua, Mexico.

Back in March, 2019, the junior acquired the rights to an agreement that provides it with the option to acquire a 100% interest in Los Ricos, which consists of 29 concessions and covers over 22,000 hectares. The property is home to several historical mining operations and is located roughly 100 km northwest of Guadalajara.

GoGold has said 65 historical drill holes were completed between 2003 and 2004. The majority intercepted mineralization near surface. The numerous historical workings date as far back a Spanish colonial times, but mainly date back to the early 20th century when Marcus Daly Jr., the son of the founder of Anaconda Copper Co., and James Watson Gerhard developed it into a modern mine, producing up to 500 tonnes of ore per day. The mine closed in 1930, about a year after the stock market crash.

On August 22, 2019, GoGold entered into various agreements worth $7.1 million to accelerate the acquisition of the 29 concessions, replacing a previous option deal that has been terminated. Under the concession agreements, 5 of the 29 concessions were to be transferred to GoGold, the remaining concessions were to be transferred at a rate of 5 concessions every five months.

The new option agreements required GoGold to pay $500,000 in cash upon signing, and pay $3.2 million cash in installments over 24 months. It must also deliver over 9 million common shares in equal numbers over 24 months.

It is on the first five acquired concessions that GoGold is current conducting its drill program.

On Wednesday, GoGold said results from drill holes 56 and 61 (LRGG-19-061), which intersected 18 metres of 0.80 g/t gold equivalent from 324.4 to 349.2 metres, shows the project continues to be open at depth with strong mineralization.

“We still see a broader mineralized zone of over 20 metres at these depths which may be amenable to deeper bulk mining and also shows a high-grade core within these broader zones which may represent underground mining targets,” said GoGold President and CEO Brad Langille.

In mid-October, 2019, GoGold said it completed the Phase I diamond drilling program consisting of 10,000 metres of HQ size diamond drill core. The program began in March 2019. Phase II has started and a third drill machine was added to the program.

The core drilling program is focused on defining the mineralized halo around the historical high-grade ore shoots as defined by the underground workings and the 65 historical reverse circulation drill holes on the property. The program has now been expanded for additional testing along the 3.2 km of the Los Ricos mineralized zone.

Exclusive Company Introduction – Mon 18 Nov, 2019

Vizsla Resources – Introducing this new exploration Company in Mexico

Vizsla Resources (TSX.V:VZLA) is a new exploration Company that recently consolidated a land package in Mexico that has never been explored by a public company before. Since silver stocks continue to outperform general precious metals stocks I thought now would be a good time to introduce the Company. Mike Konnert, President and CEO of Vizsla joins me to outline the historic mining at the project and the exploration plans moving forward. Drilling is planned to commence on this project by the beginning of next year.

This is a general overview of the Company and strategy so if you have any additional questions please email me at Fleck@kereport.com.

Click here to view the full Vizsla corporate presentation.

Argonaut Gold facing blockade in Mexico; production continues

Argonaut Gold Inc. [AR-TSX; ARNGF-OTC] said Tuesday October 29 it is dealing with an illegal blockade at its El Castillo Mine in Mexico. The company has a legal and binding agreement with the Atotonilco ejido (Aboriginal group) that was signed and recognized by both the Atotonilco ejido and the Mexican government in 2012 and runs through 2022.

Argonaut said it understands that certain members of the Atotonilco ejido are seeking to amend the binding agreement in a manner that is inconsistent with the existing agreement and law. The company said it is attempting to work with the Atotonilco ejido and the government to resolve this issue in a mutually satisfactory manner.

“At this time, leaching and gold absorption operations are continuing and metal production has not been impacted,” the company said in a press release, Tuesday.

On Tuesday, Argonaut shares eased 3.9% or $0.085 to $2.04. The shares are currently trading in a 52-week range of $1.18 and $2.87.

Argonaut is aiming to create the next quality mid-tier gold producer in the Americas with production of between 300,000 and 500,000 ounces.  Its Mexican operations include the Castillo Complex in Durango and its La Colorada Mine in Sonora.

The El Castillo Complex is made up of the El Castillo and San Agustin mines which share infrastructure and resources. Back in March, 2018, Argonaut Gold reported a 74% increase in contained gold ounces at El Castillo, where reserves now stand at 40.8 million tonnes, grading 0.40 g/t, containing 522,000 ounces of gold.

That compares to a previous update in December, 2016, when reserves stood at 22.4 million tonnes, grading 0.42 g/t gold, containing 300,000 ounces.

That amounts to an increase of 18.4 million tonnes, or 74% in contained gold ounces.

It said the increase was largely achieved through the addition of the San Juan concessions that were recently acquired from Fresnillo PLC [FRES-LON], a Mexico-based precious metals company.

In addition, the latest update returned maiden reserves at both La Colorada and San Agustin. It is worth noting that Argonaut outlined 220,000 ounces of gold in the measured and indicated resources category at El Castillo, thus highlighting the potential for reserve additions through future upgrades of material that is currently in the resource category.

At La Colorada, the company continues to demonstrate its ability to consistently replace the ounces it depletes annually through mining due to successful exploration programs.

Aside from El Castillo and the La Colorada Mine, Argonaut’s portfolio includes a basket of advanced stage exploration projects. They include San Antonio in Baja. Argonaut reaffirms its commitment to treat all local ejidos fairly and work with its local communities in an open and transparent manner for the benefit of all stakeholders.

Telson to restart Campo Morado, shares rally

Telson Mining Corp. [TSN-TSXV, SOHFF-OTC, TSGN-Frankfurt] shares rallied Friday after the company said it will restart operations at its Campo Morado mine in Guerrero, Mexico. It said the decision was prompted by improved relations within the local community and a better market for zinc.

“We are pleased that we have achieved conditions to restart productive operations in Campo Morado. The mine is ready to produce mill feed for more than two years without new underground development,’’ said Telson CEO Antonio Berlaga in a press release.

Telson shares rallied on the news, rising almost 8% or $0.01 to 14 cents on October 25, 2019. The shares are trading in a 52-week range of 12.5 cents and 50 cents.

Since it moved to suspend mining operations at Campo Morado in August, 2019, under force majeure conditions, Telson has been without cash flows resulting in non payment under a loan agreement dated June 12, 2018 with the mine’s former owner Nystar Canada (Holdings Ltd.)

The company said it decided to suspend operations for two key reasons.

As a result of certain activities in the vicinity of Campo Morado, the company said it was concerned about the health and welfare of the workforce. The company went on to explain that following an extended scheduled shut down for maintenance work, the company experienced a work stoppage at the mine. “A significant portion of Campo Morado’s current local work force and trucking companies, including their drivers have advised that they are unable to continue providing services to the Campo Morado mine as they claimed concerns with the relationship with the local community.

The second reason for the suspension decision was the substantial decline in the price of zinc, which had a negative impact on the mine’s profitability.

“Neither of these issues alone would have necessarily led to the decision to curtain operations at Campo Morado, however, Telson’s management and board of directors believe that the company’s focus in an improving gold market should be to complete construction of the company’s Tahuehueto gold mine in Durango, State, Mexico,’’ Telson said in a press release on August 14, 2019.

Tahuehueto is Telson’s flagship asset and once in production will shift the market’s perception of Telson form primarily a base metals producer to a gold producer, the company said.

Campo Morado is an underground multi-metal mine with infrastructure, installations, and equipment capable of processing 2,500 tonnes of ore per day. Telson acquired a 100% interest in the Campo Morado mine from Nystar in June, 2017. Commercial production was declared in May, 2018.

During fiscal 2018, the mine produced 39,363 tonnes of zinc concentrate with average grades of 44.87% zinc, 1.40 g/t gold, 409 g/t silver, and sold 39,332 tonnes of zinc with an average grads of 41.9% zinc, 1.29 g/t gold, 367.9 g/t silver, generating total sales of US$35.4 million. In addition, the mine produced 7,311 tonnes of lead concentrate, grading 26.24% lead, 2.60% copper, 6.31 g/t gold, 734 g/t silver and sold 7,566 tonnes of lead concentrate, generating total sales of US$5.6 million.

On Friday, Telson said all necessary steps are being taken to restart mining and milling operations at the project commencing immediately with transporting for delivery and sale of lead and zinc concentrates stored on site to the port of Manzanillo.

“Over the next four weeks, the mine will be taken out of care and maintenance and brought back to production such that the company anticipates initiating full mining and processing operations near the beginning of December 2019,” the company said.

With the addition of new reagents, Telson said it hopes to increase the gold and silver recovery in flotation concentrates. The ultimate goal is to transition Campo Morado from being a base metal producer into a silver and gold precious metal producer such as it historically was.

Meanwhile, the lack of cash flow has resulted in a non payment under a loan agreement with Nystar. This has resulted in Nystar issuing to the company a notice of default and demand for payment. Telson’s outstanding debt under this loan agreement, including principal and interest is approximately US$6 million.

Telson said it has attempted to contact Nystar to discuss this situation and seek abeyance of any protential default proceedings. “Once Campo Morado is put back into commercial production, Telson expects to be able to recommence outstanding payments to Nystar and in the meantime is exploring other financing alternatives,’’ the company said.

Company Updates From Management – Fri 11 Oct, 2019

Riverside Resources – Thoughts on Machine Learning to Isolate Targets and Updating Mexico Projects

There has been a lot of talk and news recently regarding exploration companies using a form of machine learning or AI to generate targets on projects. John-Mark Staude, President and CEO of Riverside Resources (TSX.V:RRI & OTCQB:RVSDF) joins me discuss how Riverside is using this technology as part of a more comprehensive exploration strategy. We also get an update on the work done under the BHP exploration alliance and the precious metals projects in Mexico.

Click here to visit the Riverside website and read up on the full portfolio of projects the Company holds.

Vizsla soars 78% on Copala-Panuco option news

By Peter Kennedy

Vizsla Resources Corp.’s [VZLA-TSXV] shares were up by almost 80% Wednesday October 9 following a resumption of trading that came after the company said it had received conditional approval from the TSX Venture Exchange to acquire Canam Alpine Ventures Ltd., a company that holds underlying options on the Copala-Panuco silver district in Sinaloa, Mexico.

The October 8, 2019, announcement comes almost one month after Vizsla said it had entered into a definitive share purchase agreement to acquire an option over the consolidated mineral rights, infrastructure and processing facilities comprising the large-scale Copala-Panuco precious metals camp.

“Panuco is one of the best opportunities I’ve ever seen in my career,” said Vizsla Chairman Craig Parry. “We have option over one of the largest, most important historic mining districts in Mexico – consolidated for the first time ever in history.”

Vizsla is a company that was formed to acquire metal projects in Canada and Mexico. Its portfolio includes the 20,265-hectare Blueberry Project, which lie on a copper-porphyry trend southwest of Houston, British Columbia.

Following the resumption of trading on Wednesday, Vizsla jumped 78% or 21 cents to 48 cents on volume of almost 1.96 million. The shares were previously trading in a 52-week range of 13 cents and 33 cents.

Under a definitive share purchase agreement dated September 13, 2019, Vizsla has pledged to acquire all of the outstanding shares of Canam Alpine Ventures Ltd., which holds options to acquire a 100% interest in the Panuco mining concessions and related infrastructure and processing facilities.

“Upon closing of the transaction, we are very excited to investigate the high-grade potential of the prolific Copala-Panuco silver district,” said Vizsla President and CEO Michael Konnert.

The Panuco district has been producing since the 1500s, but has never seen systematic modern exploration due to fragmentation of ownership. Vizsla has the option to explore the 10,500-hectare district and may elect to purchase the existing production infrastructure onsite, including a mill, tailings, power, road and over 35 kilometres of workings.

In a September 17, 2019 press release, Vizsla said active and historical surface mapping implies that there is more than 75 kilometres of cumulative vein strike on the property and more than 31 active historic mines within the veins. Historic production from these mines has not been recorded.

However, reportable historic drilling includes a diamond-drill intercept from one of these veins containing 2,235 g/t silver and 9.5 g/t gold over a 4.23-metre true width.

“We see significant exploration potential that, if confirmed, will lead us to exercise our option to acquire the mining and milling operations of the Panuco camp,” Konnert said.

The company said exploration work will commence immediately with a view to be drilling within three months. Vizsla hopes to complete a maiden resource later in 2020.

The company went on to say that several high-grade silver and gold zones have been uncovered and it looks forward to drilling these zones in the coming months.

As previously stated, Vizsla said it will acquire Canam for a total consideration of 18 million common shares. The first 6.0 million will be issued on closing of the acquisition. Another 6.5 million will be issued upon definition of a resource greater than 200,000 ounces of gold equivalent ounces. The final 5.5 million shares will be issued once the options are exercised.

For its part, Canam can exercise the option by completing US$3.4 million in work commitments and making payments of US$43 million over a 72-month period. Once the option is exercised, Canam can then have the rights to the previously mentioned mining infrastructure.

Having completed an oversubscribed private placement June 2019 that raised $1.9 million, Vizsla said it is fully funded to make the first option payment and continue the initial work commitment at Panuco.

Subject to the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange, Vizsla said it will pay a finder’s fee of 750,000 shares to Doug Seaton of Nakusp, B.C. The shares will be paid out in a series of increments. The first 250,000 is payable on signing, a second batch of 200,000 will be paid upon definition of a resource greater than 250,000 gold equivalent ounces, and the final 250,000 shares will be paid once the options are exercised.

Newmont Goldcorp regains access to Mexico gold mine

Newmont Goldcorp Corp. [NGT-TSX; NEM-NYSE] said Wednesday October 9 that a blockade at its Penasquito gold mine in Mexico has been removed and the company has regained access to the mine site.

The move comes after Mexico President Andres Manuel Lopez Obrador warned that his administration “will not allow” community leaders to unreasonably impede the operations of any country’s mining facilities in exchange for money.

“After the dialogue between ejido members of the Cedros community, directors of Newmont Goldcorp and authorities of the [government of Zacatecas], we reached an agreement to free access to the Penasquito Mine and resume their activities,” said Zacatecas Governor Alejandro Tello in a note that was posted on Twitter.

Newmont Goldcorp, in a press release, also confirmed that the illegal blockade has been lifted. “The company continues to work closely with the federal and state governments toward a sustainable, long-term solution, and lifting of the blockade paves the way for the government-sponsored dialogue to resume,” Newmont Goldcorp said.

“Operations at the mine remain temporarily suspended pending further evaluation of the situation on the ground and assurances that the blockade will not be allowed to resume,” the company said.

The Penasquito polymetallic mine is a key asset within the Newmont Goldcorp portfolio. It ranks as the fifth largest silver mine in the world and the second largest in Mexico.  It is located in the northeastern corner of the State of Zacatecas and is wholly-owned by Newmont Goldcorp.

The mine produced 272,000 ounces of gold in 2018 and directly employs more than 6,000 people, while supporting another 20,000 indirect jobs in the region.

However, news that the blockade has been lifted had little impact on Newmont Goldcorp’s share price. On Wednesday, the shares eased 0.69% or $0.36 to $51.64 and now trade in a 52-week range of $40.01 and $54.87.

Holding operations that result from Newmont Mining’s recent US$10 billion takeover of Canadian mining giant Goldcorp, Newmont Goldcorp now ranks as the world’s largest gold producer with forecast production of 6.5 million ounces this year at an all-in-sustaining cost of US$975 an ounce.

In order to protect people, assets, and the long term viability of the mine, operations at Penasquito had been suspended since the illegal blockade began on September 14, 2019, the company said.

It estimates that the blockade impacted Penasquito’s third quarter production by approximately 11,000 gold ounces, 1.7 million silver ounces, 13.7 million pounds of lead and 22.8 million pounds of zinc, and is expected to impact the company’s full-year results for the operation.

Through September 30, 2019, this represents an approximate production shortfall of 11,000 gold ounces, and 51,000 gold equivalent ounces from co-products.

Newmont Goldcorp recently offered $25 million in community investments to resolve a conflict at Penasquito, according to a report by Reuters news service. However, the offer has failed to satisfy activists.

Since 2005, Newmont Goldcorp said it has invested approximately US$5 billion in Penasquito, including US$420 million in the Pyrite Leach Plant in 2017-2018.

Over the years, Penasquito has enhanced water availability to neighbouring communities through a number of projects including water treatment plants, new wells, pipelines and water trucks, along with 90 other infrastructure and community development projects.

Through a government-sponsored dialogue process, the company said it has offered a number of additional enhancements, including identifying new opportunities for local suppliers to contract with the mine, reviewing existing contracts with local suppliers to ensure there is a balance with all the neighbouring communities, and building and operating permanent infrastructure to replace current water supplementation for San Juan de Cedros.

The company also said it has offered to invest in additional infrastructure and amenities for the Cedros community to further support long-term economic development.

Torex Gold posts record production in Q3

Torex Gold Resources Inc. [TXG-TSX; OTC-TORXF] established a new quarterly gold production record of 138,100 ounces in the third quarter of 2019.

Production from the Morelos Gold Property in Mexico surpassed the previous record, set in the second quarter of 2019, by 21%.

“With the strong year-to-date performance and expectations for production in the fourth quarter of 2019, the company is well on track to achieve full year guidance of 430,000 ounces sold (+/-7%),” the company said in a press release on October 3, 2019.

Torex Gold shares advanced on the news, rising 3.9% or $0.66 to $17.21 on October 3. The shares are currently trading in a 52-week range of $9.83 and $21.91.

The Morelos Gold Property is an area of 29,000 hectares in the Guerrero Gold Belt, located 180 kilometres southwest of Mexico City in Guerrero State, Mexico. The property is four hours by road from Mexico City.

Within this property, the company’s principal assets are the El Limon Guajes (ELG) Mining Complex, which consists of the El Limon, Guajes and El Limon Sur open pits (the ELG Open Pits), The El Limon Guajes underground mine, including zones referred to a Sub-Sill and El Limon Deep (ELD) and the processing plant and related infrastructure.

These operations reached in the commercial production stage in April 1, 2016.

At full production, the mine ranks amongst the largest and lowest cost gold operations in the world with expected life-of-mine (LOM) annual production of 370,000 ounces of gold at a LOM all-in-sustaining cost of US$616 per ounce.

In addition, the Media Luna deposit is an early stage development project that is located on the same concession as The Guajes, El Limon and Sub-Sill deposits. Media Luna is hosted in a magnetic anomaly south of the Balsas River that was discovered in March 2012, and contains an inferred resource of 7.4 million gold equivalent ounces at a grade of 4.48 g/t.

The company issued a Preliminary Economic Assessment for Media Luna in September, 2018. It envisions an underground operation with expected production of 3.9 million ounces of gold equivalent over the life-of-mine at an average all-in-sustaining cost of US$619 per ounce of gold equivalent and an initial capital expenditure of US$496 million.

Meanwhile, production in the third quarter of 2019 beat street estimates due to higher grade and continued high supplementary throughput from the underground Sub-sill deposit.

“I could not be more pleased with the operational results in the third quarter,” said Torex Chief Operating Officer, Jody Kuzenko. “We set ourselves some bold targets on safety and production, and came together as a team to deliver.”

As a result, the company’s total cash balance increased by $52 million in the quarter and total debt was reduced by over $36 million, the company said.

The stellar Q3 results mark a significant change in fortunes for Torex which had to deal with illegal blockades at a key area of the ELG Mine Complex last year.

Hector Astudillo, the Governor of Guerrero State, acted decisively in January 2018, to lift the illegal blockade by the Los Mineros Union and peacefully re-established the rule of law, the company said in a press release.

Published reports said seven Torex Gold employees were kidnapped briefly on Friday (January 26, 2018) and released later the same day prior to a police intervention.

Company Updates From Management – Mon 30 Sep, 2019

SilverCrest Metals – A Comprehensive Overview of the Las Chispas Project

SilverCrest Metals (TSX:SIL & NYSE:SILV) continues to outperform the market by drilling high grade silver results at the Las Chispas Project in Senora Mexico. CEO Eric Fier join me for a detailed look at the Project starting with the historical workings and through to the work already done by the Company over the past three and a half years. We also discuss the growth potential of the resource as the Company has multiple drills onsite.

Please email me with any questions you have for the team at SilverCrest to Fleck@kereport.com.

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