Form 8-K NOVAGOLD RESOURCES INC For: Feb 28

February 28, 2022 7:31 AM EST

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Exhibit 99.1

 

 

 

DONLIN GOLD ANNOUNCES FINAL ASSAY RESULTS FOR 2021 DRILL PROGRAM

 

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE NUMEROUS HIGH-GRADE GOLD INTERCEPTS COUPLED WITH IMPORTANT GRADE CONTINUITY

 

2022 PROJECT BUDGET IS LARGEST IN OVER A DECADE

 

February 28, 2022 – Anchorage, AK – Donlin Gold LLC (“Donlin Gold”), owned 50:50 by Barrick Gold Corporation (“Barrick”) (TSX: ABX) (NYSE: GOLD) and NOVAGOLD RESOURCES INC. (“NOVAGOLD”) (TSX, NYSE American: NG), is pleased to report the release of the final set of assay results from the 2021 drill program. The remaining assay results for the 22 partial drill holes reported in previous releases and complete assay results for the final 21 drill holes of the 2021 drill program are reported below.

 

Comprehensive 79-hole, 24,264-meter 2021 drill program produced multiple high-grade gold intercepts. The results support the existing global resource estimate, the recent modelling concepts, and strategic mine planning work
With extensive communication and the application of health and safety protocols, COVID-19 cases at site during 2021 were minimal and there were no lost-time incidents
With the largest project budget in more than a decade, the owners have a plan in place to advance the Donlin Gold project up the value chain in 2022 and position the project to be able to proceed with the preparation of an updated feasibility study, subject to Donlin Gold LLC Board approval
Donlin Gold partnered with local communities in 2021 to provide support and resources in health and safety, environmental management, training and education, as well as cultural initiatives in the Yukon-Kuskokwim (Y-K) region
Additional State permits for the project were received at the end of 2021 – the Alaska Department of Fish and Game issued two Special Area Permits required for pipeline facilities. In December 2021, the Alaska Department of Environmental Conservation approved a third extension of the air quality permit

 

Statements by the Owners

 

Barrick President and Chief Executive Mark Bristow said, “It is encouraging to see a significant drill program for 2022 to further increase our understanding of the ore body, driven by our knowledge gained from the 2021 drill program. This year’s drilling campaign will focus on the potential upside of the Acma pit at depth, where there is still limited drilling, focusing on the upside for the pit. We will also focus on grid drilling on Lewis and Divide as we also look to un constrain the pit with additional at depth targets. This significant program for 2022 will help guide us on future drill targets and the path forward with the project.”

 

Greg Lang, NOVAGOLD’s President and CEO, said, “The 2021 drill campaign finished strong with some high-grade intercepts and some of the best drill results for an open-pit gold project industrywide. The increased level of activity, with approximately 65 people on site for the 2022 field season and three of four drill rigs operating at Donlin Gold, continues to build momentum and excitement for the future of the project. It is invigorating to have drills turning for the first winter program in years. We are grateful to our Native Corporation partners at Calista Corporation (“Calista”) and The Kuskokwim Corporation (TKC), as well as to our contractors, suppliers, local and State partners, who have supported the project and worked with us to reach these important milestones. With activities well laid out for the year ahead, our combined experienced team will continue to advance Donlin Gold up the value chain.” 

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Dan Graham, General Manager of Donlin Gold added, “The expanded 2021 drill program was a success because of the incredible work by the Donlin Gold team, Calista and TKC, and our collective dedication to the highest standards of safety, social responsibility, and environmental stewardship. We are grateful that, even while expanding the 2021 drill program mid-summer, COVID-19 cases at site were minimal and there were no lost-time incidents. Once built, the Donlin Gold project is expected to provide significant benefits for the Y-K region and the State of Alaska for generations to come.”

 

2021 Drill Program Advances Project Knowledge and Lays Foundation for Larger 2022 Program

 

The 2021 drill program was completed in September with 79 holes drilled for a total of 24,264 meters. The final set of assay results released today includes assays for 21 complete holes and 22 partial holes, encompassing the remaining approximate 8,500 meters of length drilled. The primary objective of the 2021 drill program was to validate recent geologic modeling concepts to support future feasibility work and test for extensions of high-grade zones.

 

The original 2021 drill program was expanded by 13 drill holes to improve our understanding of the structural controls on mineralization. This additional drilling has been instrumental in supporting our updated ore domaining approach and will be expanded in 2022. The drill program included confirmation and extension drilling that focused on further testing of orebody continuity and structural controls, as well as data collection for geotechnical and geometallurgical purposes.

 

The success of the expanded 2021 drill program delivered excellent drill results facilitated by our efficient and effective onsite team with great attention to the health and safety of our workforce. During the 2021 drill program season, 70 percent of Donlin Gold direct hires were Alaska Natives from 20 Y-K communities. Out of approximately 171,310 hours worked, we recorded four cases of COVID-19 at the Donlin Gold project site. The affected individuals fully recovered. Credit must go to all our dedicated partners, in particular Calista and TKC, as well as other Tribal groups in the Y-K region who share the objective of protecting community health and safety. Donlin Gold continues to implement strict COVID-19 mitigation protocols to keep employees, their families, contractors, and members of the community safe and healthy.

 

Once the 2021 drill data has been incorporated into an updated resource model, it is anticipated that the owners will determine updated mining schedules and life of mine business plans prior to shifting to an updated feasibility study, subject to a formal decision by the Donlin Gold LLC Board to proceed.

 

Five of the top intervals received from the final set of 2021 assay results released today include:

 

DC21-2017 intersected 19.00 m grading 18.23 g/t gold starting at 144.53 m drilled depth, including a sub interval of 14.31 m grading 23.49 g/t gold starting at 144.53 m drilled depth;
DC21-1994 intersected 77.56 m grading 3.51 g/t gold starting at 262.56 m drilled depth, including a sub interval of 7.91 m grading 12.39 g/t gold starting at 322.94 m drilled depth;
DC21-2015 intersected 43.01 m grading 5.04 g/t gold starting at 27.16 m drilled depth, including a sub interval of 5.99 m grading 11.81 g/t gold starting at 29.22 m drilled depth;
DC21-2019 intersected 28.23 m grading 4.40 g/t gold starting at 156.26 m drilled depth; and,
DC21-1998 intersected 45.83 m grading 3.04 g/t gold starting at 103.55 m drilled depth.

 

Earlier assay results from the 2021 drill program were disclosed in media releases on September 2 and December 1, 2021
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Drill-hole collar locations and five of the top intervals since December 1, 2021 are shown in Figure 1; and a longitudinal section view of the ACMA and Lewis Deposits is shown in Figure 2
Drill-hole orientations, depths and significant intervals are shown in the Appendix at the end of this release, in Tables 1, 2, and 3

 

In Partnership with Local Communities, Donlin Gold Provided Extensive Support to the Y-K Region

 

Donlin Gold worked with its Alaska Native partners, Calista and TKC, as well as other key representatives of Y-K communities, to support health and safety, environmental management, training and education, and cultural initiatives in the Y-K region.

 

Some of these initiatives included: i) the sponsorship of the Calricaraq (“to practice good health”) team from the Yukon-Kuskokwim Health Corporation to travel to area villages to support residents and families who have lost loved ones to suicide – a heightened challenge in remote villages, especially during the COVID-19 pandemic; ii) sponsoring and participating in the Lower Kuskokwim School District’s annual College and Career fair, held virtually this year due to Covid, with 42 vendors and 100 students in attendance; iii) partnering with KSKO Radio to purchase and distribute hand-held radios for five middle Kuskokwim villages, expanding the reach of public radio to communities where internet connectivity is lacking; and iv) collaborating with 26 villages throughout the Y-K region in the fourth annual “In It For The Long Haul” backhaul project last summer to remove 180,000 pounds of hazardous and electronic waste – the most waste ever removed in a single season since the project inception.

 

Donlin Gold 2022 Project Budget is Largest in Over a Decade

 

The 2022 budget for Donlin Gold LLC (on a 100% basis) is set at $60 million, split equally by the two owners. It is the largest project budget in more than a decade and is designed to update geologic modelling and interpretation work for an updated resource model and includes engineering activities for use in an updated project feasibility study. Approximately 34,000 meters of in-pit, and below-pit drilling is planned under the current scope, as well as support for fieldwork and permitting for the Alaska Dam Safety Certifications, environmental studies, and external affairs efforts.

 

The owners will continue to advance the Donlin Gold project as they have done for many years in a financially disciplined manner with a strong focus on engineering excellence, environmental stewardship, a strong safety culture, and active community engagement.

 

About Donlin Gold

 

The Donlin Gold project is located in Alaska, the second largest gold-producing state in the U.S. With approximately 39 million ounces of gold grading 2.24 grams per tonne in the measured and indicated mineral resource categories (100 percent basis)1, Donlin Gold hosts one of the largest and highest-grade undeveloped open-pit gold endowments in the world. The planned pits in which the existing resources are sited occupy only three kilometers of an eight-kilometer mineralized belt, which itself is located on less than five percent of Donlin Gold’s land position. Current activities at Donlin Gold are focused on the drill program, optimization efforts, community outreach, and advancing the remaining State permitting actions.

 

Donlin Gold supports the Alaska Native communities both surrounding the project and within the State as a whole. This commitment underpins Donlin Gold’s approach to developing the project and is also reflected in the way in which the asset itself is held. An important factor that distinguishes Donlin Gold from most other mining assets in Alaska is that the project is located on private land designated for mining activities five decades ago. Donlin Gold has entered into life-of-mine agreements with Calista, which owns the subsurface mineral rights and some of the surface land rights, and TKC, a collection of 10 village corporations, which owns most of the surface land rights, and is committed to providing employment opportunities, scholarships to Calista and TKC Shareholders, and preferential contract considerations to Calista and TKC. These agreements also include royalties which are subject to a revenue-sharing structure established in the Alaska Native Claims Settlement Act of 1971, which resolved Alaska Native land claims and allotted 44 million acres of land for use by Alaska Native Corporations. Additionally, our long-term commitment to economic development in the Yukon-Kuskokwim region is exemplified by Donlin Gold’s support of TKC’s initiative to launch energy and infrastructure projects in middle Kuskokwim villages. These partnerships, activities, and programs are illustrative of the commitment to sustainable and responsible development of the Donlin Gold project for the benefit of all stakeholders.

 

 

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1 Donlin Gold data as per the 2021 Technical Report (as defined herein). Donlin Gold measured resources of approximately 8 Mt grading 2.52 g/t and indicated resources of approximately 534 Mt grading 2.24 g/t, each on a 100% basis, of which Barrick and NOVAGOLD each own 50%. Exclusive of mineral reserves, Donlin Gold possesses measured resources of approximately 1 Mt grading 2.23 g/t and indicated resources of approximately 69 Mt grading 2.44 g/t. Mineral resources have been estimated in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 – Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”).

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FIGURE 1 Drill Hole Collar Locations

 

Depicted grid system is based on NAD83 UTM zone 4N coordinates. Longitudinal Section View orientation below taken at A – A’ orientation depicted above.

 

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FIGURE 2 Longitudinal Section View of the ACMA and Lewis Deposits

 

 

QA/QC Procedures

 

The QA/QC procedures for the 2021 Donlin Gold project drill program and sampling protocol were developed and managed by Donlin Gold and overseen by Barrick and NOVAGOLD. The chain of custody from the drill site to the sample preparation facility was continuously monitored. All samples are HQ-diameter core. Approximately 94% core recovery was achieved during the 2021 drill program. Core was logged, cut, and sampled at site by Donlin Gold employees. Samples were primarily collected on one- to two-meter lengths. Sampled half-core was crushed in Bureau Veritas’ Fairbanks, Alaska sample preparation facility. Crushed samples were sent to a Bureau Veritas lab in either Vancouver, British Columbia or Juneau, Alaska for pulverizing and gold assays and pulverized splits to an ALS Limited lab in Vancouver, British Columbia for multi-element analysis. At least 14 quality control samples (four standards, four coarse blanks, two pulp blanks, two coarse duplicates, and two pulp duplicates) were inserted into each batch of 80 samples. The review of the quality control samples did not indicate any bias or error. There are no known factors that would materially affect the accuracy or reliability of the drill program data referred to in this media release.

 

Downhole directional surveys were completed on all reported completed holes by Boart Longyear drill operators, and collar surveys were completed on all holes by Professional Licensed Surveyors from Brice Engineering LLC.

 

Each of Bureau Veritas, ALS Limited, Boart Longyear, and Brice Engineering LLC are independent of Donlin Gold, Barrick, and NOVAGOLD.

 

Scientific and Technical Information

 

In mid-2021, NOVAGOLD engaged Wood Canada Limited (“Wood”) to update the Second Updated Feasibility Study on Donlin Gold completed in 2011 (the “2011 Technical Report”). This update resulted in a report titled “NI 43-101 Technical Report on the Donlin Gold Project, Alaska, USA” with an effective date of June 1, 2021 (the “2021 Technical Report”). In 2021, NOVAGOLD also engaged Wood to prepare a Donlin Gold technical report summary in accordance with Subpart 229.1300 of Regulation S-K – Disclosure by Registrants Engaged in Mining Operations (“S-K 1300”) as of November 30, 2021. The resulting report is titled “S-K 1300 Technical Report Summary on the Donlin Gold Project, Alaska, USA” (“S-K 1300 Report”), current as of November 30, 2021. Wood incorporated 2020 costs and new gold price guidance to meet the NOVAGOLD’s reporting requirements. The resultant 2021 Technical Report and S-K 1300 Report showed no material change to the previously reported mineral resources or mineral reserves.

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NOVAGOLD is a registrant with the SEC and is reporting its exploration results, Mineral Resources, and Mineral Reserves in accordance with S-K 1300 as of November 30, 2021. While the S-K 1300 rules are similar to National Instrument 43-101 Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects (“NI 43-101”) rules in Canada, they are not identical and therefore two reports have been produced for the Donlin Gold project.

 

Certain scientific and technical information contained herein with respect to the Donlin Gold project is derived from the 2021 Technical Report and the S-K 1300 Report. Henry Kim, P.Geo., Senior Resource Geologist, Wood Canada Limited; Mike Woloschuk, P.Eng., VP Global Business Development & Consulting, Wood Group USA, Inc.; and Kirk Hanson, MBA, P.E., Technical Director, Open Pit Mining, Wood Group USA, Inc. are the Qualified Persons responsible for the preparation of the 2021 Technical Report, and each is an independent Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 (“NI 43-101”). Wood prepared the S-K 1300 Report.

 

Paul Chilson, P.E., who is the Manager, Mine Engineering for NOVAGOLD and a Qualified Person under NI 43-101, has approved and verified the scientific and technical information related to the 2021 Donlin Gold project drill program, the 2021 Technical Report and the S-K 1300 Report contained in this media release. To verify the information related to the drilling program, he has visited the property in the past year; discussed logging, sampling, and sample shipping processes with responsible site staff; discussed and reviewed assay and QA/QC results with responsible personnel; and reviewed supporting documentation, including drill hole location and orientation and significant assay interval calculations.

 

Octavia Bath, P.Geo., who is a Barrick Mineral Resource Manager and a Qualified Person under NI 43-101 has reviewed and approved the assay results for the Donlin Gold project contained in this media release.

 

Barrick Contacts:

Kathy du Plessis

Investor and Media Relations

+44 20 7557 7738

Email: [email protected]

 

Kevin Annett

CFO, North America

Tel: +1 416-307-3660

www.barrick.com

 

NOVAGOLD Contacts:

Mélanie Hennessey
Vice President, Corporate Communications

 

Tel: +1 604-669-6227 or 1-866-669-6227

www.novagold.com

 

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements

 

This media release includes certain “forward-looking information” and “forward-looking statements” (collectively “forward-looking statements”) within the meaning of applicable securities legislation, including the United States Private Securities Litigation Reform Act of 1995. Forward-looking statements are frequently, but not always, identified by words such as “expects”, “anticipates”, “believes”, “intends”, “estimates”, “potential”, “possible”, and similar expressions, or statements that events, conditions, or results “will”, “may”, “could”, “would” or “should” occur or be achieved. Forward-looking statements are necessarily based on several opinions, estimates and assumptions that management of Barrick and NOVAGOLD considered appropriate and reasonable as of the date such statements are made, are subject to known and unknown risks, uncertainties, assumptions, and other factors that may cause the actual results, activity, performance, or achievements to be materially different from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. All statements, other than statements of historical fact, included herein are forward-looking statements. These forward-looking statements include statements regarding assay results; the anticipated timing of a decision by the Board of Donlin Gold LLC to prepare a feasibility study update; anticipated benefits from the recent drill programs including an improved geological model for Donlin Gold; the work program for the 2022 field season; ongoing support provided to key stakeholders including Native Corporation partners; the potential impact of the coronavirus global pandemic (COVID-19) on the development of Donlin Gold; the potential development and construction of Donlin Gold; the sufficiency of funds to continue to advance development of Donlin Gold; perceived merit of properties; mineral reserve and resource estimates; Donlin Gold’s ability to secure the permits needed to construct and operate the Donlin Gold project in a timely manner, if at all; and legal challenges to Donlin Gold’s existing permits. In addition, any statements that refer to expectations, intentions, projections or other characterizations of future events or circumstances are forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are not historical facts but instead represent the management expectations of Donlin Gold’s, Barrick’s and NOVAGOLD’s estimates and projections regarding future events or circumstances on the date the statements are made.

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Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from expectations include the need to obtain additional permits and governmental approvals; the timing and likelihood of permits; the need for additional financing to explore and develop properties and availability of financing in the debt and capital markets; the spread and impact of COVID-19; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drill results and geological tests and the estimation of reserves and resources; changes in mineral production performance, exploitation and exploration successes; changes in national and local government legislation, taxation, controls or regulations and/or changes in the administration of laws, policies and practices, expropriation or nationalization of property and political or economic developments in the United States or Canada; the need for continued cooperation between Barrick and NOVAGOLD for the continued exploration, development and eventual construction of the Donlin Gold project; the need for cooperation of government agencies and native groups in the development and operation of properties; risks of construction and mining projects such as accidents, equipment breakdowns, bad weather, disease pandemics, non-compliance with environmental and permit requirements, unanticipated variation in geological structures, ore grades or recovery rates; unexpected cost increases, which could include significant increases in estimated capital and operating costs; fluctuations in metal prices and currency exchange rates; whether a positive construction decision will be made regarding Donlin Gold; and other risks and uncertainties disclosed in Barrick’s most recent Form 40-F/Annual Information Form on file with the United States Securities and Exchange Commission (SEC) and Canadian provincial securities and NOVAGOLD’s most recent reports on Forms 10-K and 10-Q, particularly the "Risk Factors" sections of those reports and other documents filed by Barrick and NOVAGOLD with applicable securities regulatory authorities from time to time. Copies of these filings may be obtained by visiting NOVAGOLD’s website at www.novagold.com, Barrick’s website at www.barrick.com, or the SEC's website at www.sec.gov, or at www.sedar.com. The forward-looking statements contained herein reflect the beliefs, opinions, and projections of Donlin Gold, NOVAGOLD, and Barrick on the date the statements are made. Donlin Gold, NOVAGOLD and Barrick assume no obligation to update the forward-looking statements of beliefs, opinions, projections, or other factors, should they change, except as required by law.

 

 

 

 

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APPENDIX

 

TABLE 1

Drill Hole Orientations* and Depths for Non-ACMA Grid Holes

 

Hole Azimuth (°) Inclination (°) Depth (m)
DC21-1952 349 74 319.7
DC21-1953 302 70 222.5
DC21-1954 353 60 480.4
DC21-1955 128 56 313.3
DC21-1956B 335 65 315.3
DC21-1957 281 66 223.7
DC21-1958 332 54 350.2
DC21-1959 356 59 483.1
DC21-1960 351 60 214.9
DC21-1961 164 59 291.4
DC21-1962 231 58 289.3
DC21-1963A 188 71 224.9
DC21-1964 349 56 469.5
DC21-1965 191 72 225.3
DC21-1966 346 79 150.0
DC21-1967A 330 55 350.2
DC21-1968 162 46 177.7
DC21-1969 282 56 549.9
DC21-1970 272 63 306.0
DC21-1971 160 57 274.5
DC21-1972 345 62 349.9
DC21-1973 350 60 255.1
DC21-1974 309 68 206.7
DC21-1975 141 57 322.8
DC21-1976 274 60 502.3
DC21-1977 3 68 350.2
DC21-1978 29 61 324.9
DC21-1979 355 58 274.9
DC21-1980 353 66 353.0
DC21-1981 282 84 254.8
DC21-1982 356 58 224.9
DC21-1983A 350 66 400.1
DC21-1984 23 66 443.0
DC21-1985 168 49 249.9
DC21-1986 276 70 399.9
DC21-1987 345 66 399.9
DC21-1988 153 56 279.2
DC21-1989 7 64 349.9
DC21-1990 346 69 342.3
DC21-1991 165 59 322.5
DC21-1992 340 61 349.9

 

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Hole Azimuth (°) Inclination (°) Depth (m)
DC21-1993A 321 63 409.4
DC21-1994 293 66 504.1
DC21-1995 155 62 279.8
DC21-1998 352 58 326.9
DC21-1999 154 57 422.9
DC21-2000 341 64 438.9
DC21-2001 9 65 299.9
DC21-2002 333 57 214.9
DC21-2003 341 67 403.0
DC21-2004 137 58 300.1
DC21-2005 346 58 245.4
DC21-2006 339 65 249.9
DC21-2007 354 67 434.8
DC21-2008 9 74 200.0
DC21-2010 145 58 303.3
DC21-2013 142 57 276.2
DC21-2017 347 67 316.4
DC21-2019 230 64 275.2

 

TABLE 2

Drill Hole Orientations* and Depths for ACMA Grid Holes

Hole Azimuth (°) Inclination (°) Depth (m)
DC21-2009 334 60 289.3
DC21-2011 331 57 280.1
DC21-2012 331 61 272.5
DC21-2014 333 59 274.9
DC21-2015 333 58 270.1
DC21-2016 330 57 249.9
DC21-2018 335 60 264.9
DC21-2020 334 59 260.0
DC21-2021 334 57 254.8
DC21-2022 336 59 254.5
DC21-2023 334 58 248.1
DC21-2024 330 58 258.8
DC21-2025 334 56 252.4
DC21-2026 334 59 244.8
DC21-2027 333 56 268.8
DC21-2028 342 60 245.1
DC21-2029 332 56 245.1
DC21-2030A 333 60 239.9
DC21-2031 336 57 260.3
DC21-2032 333 56 240.5

 

* Note that azimuth and inclination values vary as each hole progresses. The stated values are hole averages, rounded to the nearest degree.

 

 

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TABLE 3

2021 Donlin Gold Significant Assay Intervals

 

Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-1952 ACMA 50.15 68.65 18.50 1.90 Reported 9/2
DC21-1952   117.90 134.95 17.05 3.19 Reported 9/2
DC21-1952   229.35 246.05 16.70 1.60 Reported 9/2
DC21-1952   252.05 273.35 21.30 3.07 Reported 9/2
DC21-1952   TOTAL   73.55 2.47  
DC21-1954 Divide 43.06 63.51 20.45 1.46 Reported 9/2
DC21-1954   75.35 81.95 6.60 4.34 Reported 9/2
DC21-1954   90.07 97.60 7.53 3.04 Reported 9/2
DC21-1954   118.60 147.22 28.62 1.81 Reported 9/2
DC21-1954   151.25 158.98 7.73 1.65 Reported 9/2
DC21-1954   267.65 272.80 5.15 2.94 Reported 9/2
DC21-1954   285.80 296.80 11.00 3.71 Reported 9/2
DC21-1954   353.46 359.84 6.38 2.87 Reported 9/2
DC21-1954   427.42 431.14 3.72 3.16 Reported 9/2
DC21-1954   TOTAL   97.18 2.39  
DC21-1955 ACMA 70.45 74.45 4.00 3.06 Reported 9/2
DC21-1955   110.55 125.21 14.66 4.51 Reported 9/2
DC21-1955   179.58 182.58 3.00 4.91 Reported 9/2
DC21-1955   218.66 224.00 5.34 7.06 Reported 9/2
DC21-1955   TOTAL   27.00 4.84  
DC21-1956B Divide 7.83 21.01 13.18 2.49  
DC21-1956B   31.01 59.74 28.73 3.16  
DC21-1956B   95.05 110.30 15.25 4.79 Reported 12/1
DC21-1956B   190.97 208.90 17.93 2.53 Reported 9/2
DC21-1956B   260.50 275.66 15.16 2.20 Reported 9/2
DC21-1956B   TOTAL   90.25 3.05  
DC21-1957 ACMA 139.92 142.92 3.00 22.25 Reported 9/2
DC21-1957   TOTAL   3.00 22.25  
DC21-1958 Divide 22.46 30.30 7.84 2.07 Reported 9/2
DC21-1958   108.18 119.70 11.52 3.27 Reported 9/2
DC21-1958   132.80 136.40 3.60 1.69 Reported 9/2
DC21-1958   210.10 223.93 13.83 5.55 Reported 9/2
DC21-1958   260.56 266.87 6.31 1.36 Reported 9/2
DC21-1958   288.31 294.44 6.13 1.28 Reported 9/2
DC21-1958   TOTAL   49.23 3.11  
DC21-1959 Divide 44.75 48.75 4.00 2.76 Reported 9/2
DC21-1959   199.66 213.88 14.22 4.92 Reported 9/2
DC21-1959   279.20 284.07 4.87 1.45 Reported 9/2
DC21-1959   361.20 369.37 8.17 1.48 Reported 9/2
DC21-1959   378.85 403.29 24.44 14.65 Reported 9/2

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
including   386.79 393.29 6.50 33.52 Reported 9/2
DC21-1959   TOTAL   55.70 8.22  
DC21-1960 ACMA 27.74 39.93 12.19 4.55 Reported 9/2
DC21-1960   138.20 147.68 9.48 2.52 Reported 9/2
DC21-1960   TOTAL   21.67 3.66  
DC21-1961 Lewis 158.29 173.69 15.40 1.25 Reported 9/2
DC21-1961   275.54 281.28 5.74 42.24 Reported 9/2
including   275.54 280.28 4.74 50.76 Reported 9/2
DC21-1961   TOTAL   21.14 12.38  
DC21-1962 Lewis 159.71 193.08 33.37 5.21 Reported 9/2
DC21-1962   201.08 229.92 28.84 5.39  
including   216.90 220.90 4.00 16.18  
DC21-1962   TOTAL   62.21 5.29  
DC21-1963A ACMA 114.30 155.27 40.97 10.54 Reported 9/2
including   117.24 132.20 14.96 22.22 Reported 9/2
DC21-1963A   167.22 171.22 4.00 1.73 Reported 9/2
DC21-1963A   TOTAL   44.97 9.76  
DC21-1964 Divide 75.11 83.10 7.99 3.11 Reported 9/2
DC21-1964   93.10 100.70 7.60 1.40 Reported 9/2
DC21-1964   110.65 148.50 37.85 6.28 Reported 12/1
including   110.65 118.60 7.95 15.99 Reported 12/1
including   143.37 146.50 3.13 10.21 Reported 12/1
DC21-1964   161.50 167.25 5.75 2.96 Reported 12/1
DC21-1964   219.68 237.35 17.67 5.06 Reported 9/2
DC21-1964   255.59 304.70 49.11 4.88 Reported 9/2
including   275.00 278.30 3.30 25.25 Reported 9/2
DC21-1964   379.76 385.00 5.24 1.95 Reported 9/2
DC21-1964   TOTAL   131.21 4.80  
DC21-1965 ACMA 143.64 146.85 3.21 6.42 Reported 9/2
DC21-1965   151.41 172.21 20.80 8.30 Reported 9/2
including   166.12 171.16 5.04 11.48 Reported 9/2
DC21-1965   TOTAL   24.01 8.05  
DC21-1966 Lewis 83.00 89.00 6.00 30.80 Reported 9/2
DC21-1966   TOTAL   6.00 30.80  
DC21-1967A Divide 32.81 36.78 3.97 3.28 Reported 9/2
DC21-1967A   77.72 86.00 8.28 2.68 Reported 9/2
DC21-1967A   111.13 117.15 6.02 1.59 Reported 9/2
DC21-1967A   202.15 208.80 6.65 5.53 Reported 9/2
DC21-1967A   256.37 268.34 11.97 2.70 Reported 9/2
DC21-1967A   298.99 304.95 5.96 3.15 Reported 9/2
DC21-1967A   TOTAL   42.85 3.10  
DC21-1968 Lewis 33.70 36.75 3.05 13.39 Reported 9/2
DC21-1968   TOTAL   3.05 13.39  

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-1969 ACMA 125.67 140.95 15.28 3.52 Reported 12/1
DC21-1969   175.35 233.20 57.85 2.22 Reported 12/1
DC21-1969   252.30 287.37 35.07 2.68 Reported 9/2
DC21-1969   295.80 320.84 25.04 2.36 Reported 9/2
DC21-1969   326.84 354.00 27.16 7.97 Reported 9/2
including   330.40 343.79 13.39 14.88 Reported 9/2
DC21-1969   400.51 448.29 47.78 9.00 Reported 9/2
including   401.43 407.41 5.98 18.07 Reported 9/2
including   414.41 426.39 11.98 13.85 Reported 9/2
including   442.63 448.29 5.66 11.25 Reported 9/2
DC21-1969   457.80 467.56 9.76 1.62 Reported 9/2
DC21-1969   477.00 480.41 3.41 2.53 Reported 9/2
DC21-1969   TOTAL   221.35 4.55  
DC21-1970 ACMA 8.50 14.50 6.00 2.40 Reported 9/2
DC21-1970   20.37 33.40 13.03 3.57 Reported 9/2
DC21-1970   41.40 49.08 7.68 11.61 Reported 9/2
including   44.88 49.08 4.20 18.92 Reported 9/2
DC21-1970   69.70 161.72 92.02 7.75 Reported 9/2
including   70.70 73.90 3.20 29.16 Reported 9/2
including   81.90 84.91 3.01 14.01 Reported 9/2
including   104.85 108.50 3.65 12.50 Reported 9/2
including   146.03 151.21 5.18 33.74 Reported 9/2
DC21-1970   173.19 192.34 19.15 12.57 Reported 12/1
including   179.19 191.34 12.15 17.28 Reported 12/1
DC21-1970   199.30 222.31 23.01 2.53 Reported 12/1
DC21-1970   TOTAL   160.89 7.22  
DC21-1971 Lewis 10.30 24.34 14.04 2.70 Reported 9/2
DC21-1971   54.27 66.15 11.88 4.47 Reported 9/2
DC21-1971   128.86 139.97 11.11 4.41 Reported 9/2
DC21-1971   242.75 251.08 8.33 2.14 Reported 9/2
DC21-1971   263.68 267.63 3.95 1.51 Reported 9/2
DC21-1971   TOTAL   49.31 3.32  
DC21-1972 Lewis 142.08 149.95 7.87 12.03 Reported 9/2
including   142.08 146.89 4.81 17.59 Reported 9/2
DC21-1972   174.77 177.87 3.10 3.06 Reported 9/2
DC21-1972   247.40 259.40 12.00 5.68 Reported 9/2
DC21-1972   TOTAL   22.97 7.50  
DC21-1973 Lewis 4.42 12.04 7.62 2.07 Reported 9/2
DC21-1973   22.00 37.00 15.00 3.58 Reported 9/2
DC21-1973   61.50 65.15 3.65 18.87 Reported 12/1
DC21-1973   96.58 109.58 13.00 8.59 Reported 12/1
including   100.58 104.90 4.32 20.72 Reported 12/1

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-1973   137.57 146.57 9.00 6.52 Reported 12/1
including   138.57 141.57 3.00 12.07 Reported 12/1
DC21-1973   152.57 156.57 4.00 1.94 Reported 12/1
DC21-1973   164.57 168.57 4.00 1.89 Reported 12/1
DC21-1973   204.60 209.60 5.00 1.61 Reported 9/2
DC21-1973   239.40 243.40 4.00 5.78 Reported 9/2
DC21-1973   TOTAL   65.27 5.44  
DC21-1974 ACMA 18.02 31.05 13.03 4.95 Reported 9/2
DC21-1974   102.50 106.50 4.00 5.23 Reported 9/2
DC21-1974   TOTAL   17.03 5.01  
DC21-1975 Lewis 176.40 182.00 5.60 6.69 Reported 12/1
DC21-1975   193.60 209.79 16.19 4.33 Reported 12/1
DC21-1975   TOTAL   21.79 4.94  
DC21-1976 ACMA 23.44 27.44 4.00 6.63 Reported 9/2
DC21-1976   158.80 167.34 8.54 2.38 Reported 12/1
DC21-1976   183.25 194.25 11.00 2.30 Reported 12/1
DC21-1976   205.65 215.65 10.00 2.27 Reported 12/1
DC21-1976   223.65 229.60 5.95 1.26 Reported 12/1
DC21-1976   251.55 257.50 5.95 3.40 Reported 12/1
DC21-1976   270.35 327.60 57.25 6.87 Reported 12/1
including   288.95 293.00 4.05 18.13 Reported 12/1
DC21-1976   341.60 366.90 25.30 4.77 Reported 12/1
including   342.39 346.00 3.61 12.92 Reported 12/1
DC21-1976   372.85 407.30 34.45 5.54 Reported 12/1
DC21-1976   449.98 474.75 24.77 5.34 Reported 12/1
DC21-1976   TOTAL   187.21 5.13  
DC21-1977 Divide 61.82 65.82 4.00 4.07 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   85.35 90.35 5.00 1.52 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   103.58 113.00 9.42 2.65 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   117.80 130.45 12.65 2.67 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   140.35 150.35 10.00 2.03 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   175.70 179.70 4.00 8.78 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   187.70 198.02 10.32 3.66 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   202.08 206.71 4.63 2.46 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   221.25 228.99 7.74 9.57 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   293.95 300.80 6.85 8.92 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   315.80 329.33 13.53 6.48 Reported 9/2
including   325.33 328.33 3.00 27.33 Reported 9/2
DC21-1977   TOTAL   88.14 4.65  
DC21-1978 ACMA 144.57 164.60 20.03 3.14 Reported 12/1
DC21-1978   240.50 250.30 9.80 12.53 Reported 12/1
including   242.50 249.30 6.80 16.92 Reported 12/1
DC21-1978   TOTAL   29.83 6.23  

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-1979 Divide 4.11 10.52 6.41 3.71 Reported 12/1
DC21-1979   38.40 56.92 18.52 1.43 Reported 12/1
DC21-1979   70.85 78.75 7.90 3.12 Reported 12/1
DC21-1979   100.72 123.85 23.13 7.63 Reported 12/1
including   106.72 111.35 4.63 20.03 Reported 12/1
DC21-1979   165.51 172.85 7.34 2.87 Reported 12/1
DC21-1979   TOTAL   63.30 4.30  
DC21-1980 Lewis 14.44 30.44 16.00 6.78 Reported 12/1
including   20.44 24.44 4.00 14.80 Reported 12/1
DC21-1980   38.04 49.00 10.96 4.30 Reported 12/1
DC21-1980   108.00 114.40 6.40 12.61 Reported 12/1
DC21-1980   138.52 151.56 13.04 3.74 Reported 9/2
DC21-1980   170.22 174.00 3.78 3.59 Reported 9/2
DC21-1980   202.00 206.00 4.00 2.09 Reported 9/2
DC21-1980   264.70 279.50 14.80 2.96 Reported 12/1
DC21-1980   285.40 289.35 3.95 2.25 Reported 12/1
DC21-1980   293.40 305.58 12.18 19.02 Reported 12/1
including   300.29 304.94 4.65 36.53 Reported 12/1
DC21-1980   318.25 343.40 25.15 5.06 Reported 12/1
including   328.57 333.03 4.46 15.88 Reported 12/1
DC21-1980   TOTAL   110.26 6.52  
DC21-1981 ACMA 5.79 33.55 27.76 1.89 Reported 9/2
DC21-1981   38.64 81.24 42.60 1.91 Reported 9/2
DC21-1981   100.50 106.50 6.00 5.93 Reported 12/1
DC21-1981   120.24 126.08 5.84 1.28 Reported 12/1
DC21-1981   169.10 172.13 3.03 2.26 Reported 12/1
DC21-1981   TOTAL   85.23 2.16  
DC21-1982 Lewis 2.44 6.44 4.00 6.46 Reported 12/1
DC21-1982   70.00 93.21 23.21 2.89 Reported 12/1
DC21-1982   167.84 170.86 3.02 14.62 Reported 12/1
DC21-1982   174.93 180.44 5.51 7.01 Reported 12/1
DC21-1982   TOTAL   35.74 4.92  
DC21-1983A Lewis 113.23 124.27 11.04 1.73 Reported 12/1
DC21-1983A   290.00 301.00 11.00 5.42 Reported 12/1
DC21-1983A   305.31 317.31 12.00 2.43 Reported 12/1
DC21-1983A   TOTAL   34.04 3.17  
DC21-1984 Divide 403.50 407.55 4.05 1.24  
DC21-1984   425.87 437.24 11.37 1.92  
DC21-1984   TOTAL   15.42 1.74  
DC21-1985 Lewis 12.95 24.99 12.04 2.94 Reported 12/1
DC21-1985   53.78 58.00 4.22 7.22 Reported 12/1
DC21-1985   62.94 98.30 35.36 3.41  
DC21-1985   126.80 132.89 6.09 3.46  
DC21-1985   TOTAL   57.71 3.60  

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-1986 ACMA 16.00 45.50 29.50 4.03  
including   28.00 32.85 4.85 11.88  
DC21-1986   49.53 54.55 5.02 2.64  
DC21-1986   70.60 74.27 3.67 6.26  
DC21-1986   128.10 139.54 11.44 1.57 Reported 12/1
DC21-1986   154.60 158.68 4.08 2.62 Reported 12/1
DC21-1986   177.45 191.11 13.66 2.88 Reported 12/1
DC21-1986   209.85 225.85 16.00 2.96 Reported 12/1
DC21-1986   234.80 244.50 9.70 7.12 Reported 12/1
DC21-1986   251.10 300.80 49.70 3.96 Reported 12/1
DC21-1986   TOTAL   142.77 3.76  
DC21-1987 Divide 58.87 64.80 5.93 3.00 Reported 12/1
DC21-1987   185.49 195.84 10.35 1.88 Reported 12/1
DC21-1987   225.40 230.83 5.43 1.07 Reported 12/1
DC21-1987   TOTAL   21.71 1.99  
DC21-1988 Lewis 131.12 144.70 13.58 1.25 Reported 12/1
DC21-1988   TOTAL   13.58 1.25  
DC21-1989 Divide 135.34 148.60 13.26 5.63 Reported 12/1
DC21-1989   156.16 169.45 13.29 2.82 Reported 12/1
DC21-1989   175.45 192.02 16.57 3.76 Reported 12/1
DC21-1989   TOTAL   43.12 4.04  
DC21-1990 Divide 5.35 9.62 4.27 1.94 Reported 12/1
DC21-1990   45.45 57.30 11.85 6.57 Reported 12/1
DC21-1990   70.66 74.62 3.96 6.06 Reported 12/1
DC21-1990   79.49 83.49 4.00 4.70 Reported 12/1
DC21-1990   100.42 106.95 6.53 1.00 Reported 12/1
DC21-1990   TOTAL   30.61 4.43  
DC21-1991 Lewis 8.20 11.86 3.66 5.11 Reported 12/1
DC21-1991   247.58 251.60 4.02 1.51 Reported 12/1
DC21-1991   257.45 277.56 20.11 1.40 Reported 12/1
DC21-1991   294.74 298.36 3.62 1.62 Reported 12/1
DC21-1991   TOTAL   31.41 1.87  
DC21-1992 Divide 63.89 66.95 3.06 2.89 Reported 12/1
DC21-1992   74.43 97.68 23.25 3.96 Reported 12/1
DC21-1992   124.36 140.72 16.36 2.97 Reported 12/1
DC21-1992   170.65 174.96 4.31 5.58 Reported 12/1
DC21-1992   264.57 281.86 17.29 4.66 Reported 12/1
DC21-1992   TOTAL   64.27 3.95  
DC21-1993A Divide 94.63 111.67 17.04 2.76 Reported 12/1
DC21-1993A   131.37 135.35 3.98 2.18 Reported 12/1
DC21-1993A   229.23 237.20 7.97 1.24 Reported 12/1
DC21-1993A   TOTAL   28.99 2.26  
DC21-1994 ACMA 0.00 33.53 33.53 5.89 Reported 12/1
including   9.24 15.30 6.06 15.22 Reported 12/1

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-1994   237.37 256.84 19.47 3.54  
DC21-1994   262.56 340.12 77.56 3.51  
including   322.94 330.85 7.91 12.39  
DC21-1994   441.86 488.72 46.86 3.28 Reported 12/1
including   453.96 457.96 4.00 12.35 Reported 12/1
DC21-1994   TOTAL   177.42 3.90  
DC21-1995 Lewis 125.33 132.85 7.52 5.32 Reported 12/1
DC21-1995   184.25 191.30 7.05 5.40 Reported 12/1
DC21-1995   195.40 199.33 3.93 1.25 Reported 12/1
DC21-1995   TOTAL   18.50 4.49  
DC21-1998 Lewis 103.55 149.38 45.83 3.04  
DC21-1998   184.80 190.73 5.93 1.38 Reported 12/1
DC21-1998   197.68 201.75 4.07 2.26 Reported 12/1
DC21-1998   265.81 268.94 3.13 1.96 Reported 12/1
DC21-1998   273.75 279.42 5.67 2.14 Reported 12/1
DC21-1998   TOTAL   64.63 2.71  
DC21-1999 Lewis 221.59 226.66 5.07 6.32 Reported 12/1
DC21-1999   314.30 328.00 13.70 2.46  
DC21-1999   358.00 384.40 26.40 4.14 Reported 12/1
DC21-1999   TOTAL   45.17 3.87  
DC21-2000 Lewis 156.97 162.97 6.00 6.65 Reported 12/1
DC21-2000   240.00 245.11 5.11 5.40  
DC21-2000   296.00 302.37 6.37 1.06  
DC21-2000   387.50 393.06 5.56 2.12  
DC21-2000   407.51 411.18 3.67 7.83  
DC21-2000   419.51 434.64 15.13 4.74  
DC21-2000   TOTAL   41.84 4.46  
DC21-2001 Lewis 141.73 145.34 3.61 2.88  
DC21-2001   TOTAL   3.61 2.88  
DC21-2002 Lewis 145.41 152.28 6.87 2.94  
DC21-2002   TOTAL   6.87 2.94  
DC21-2003 Divide 30.18 34.00 3.82 1.45 Reported 12/1
DC21-2003   375.90 388.90 13.00 2.26  
DC21-2003   TOTAL   16.82 2.08  
DC21-2004 Lewis 153.20 162.60 9.40 4.09 Reported 12/1
DC21-2004   TOTAL   9.40 4.09  
DC21-2006 Lewis 112.15 122.15 10.00 2.90 Reported 12/1
DC21-2006   149.70 163.69 13.99 1.57 Reported 12/1
DC21-2006   169.25 183.49 14.24 2.65 Reported 12/1
DC21-2006   TOTAL   38.23 2.32  
DC21-2007 Divide 155.36 170.01 14.65 5.88 Reported 12/1
including   157.40 161.17 3.77 13.97 Reported 12/1
DC21-2007   225.13 234.85 9.72 6.12  
DC21-2007   285.40 297.61 12.21 5.05 Reported 12/1

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-2007   TOTAL   36.58 5.67  
DC21-2008 Lewis 84.87 87.92 3.05 2.49 Reported 12/1
DC21-2008   TOTAL   3.05 2.49  
DC21-2009 ACMA 73.79 82.37 8.58 2.72 Reported 12/1
DC21-2009   141.11 154.06 12.95 3.10  
DC21-2009   167.62 172.49 4.87 1.47  
DC21-2009   185.36 202.02 16.66 7.89  
including   189.50 198.16 8.66 11.09  
DC21-2009   239.99 257.24 17.25 3.70  
DC21-2009   TOTAL   60.31 4.41  
DC21-2010 Lewis 30.12 35.27 5.15 1.69 Reported 12/1
DC21-2010   178.33 186.18 7.85 9.26  
DC21-2010   261.57 265.50 3.93 4.16  
DC21-2010   277.00 280.00 3.00 18.40 Reported 12/1
including   277.00 280.00 3.00 18.40 Reported 12/1
DC21-2010   TOTAL   19.93 7.67  
DC21-2011 ACMA 71.57 80.58 9.01 5.98  
DC21-2011   113.18 123.30 10.12 2.31 Reported 12/1
DC21-2011   131.34 156.74 25.40 3.57 Reported 12/1
DC21-2011   162.00 179.33 17.33 2.22 Reported 12/1
DC21-2011   237.80 248.58 10.78 3.15  
DC21-2011   TOTAL   72.64 3.31  
DC21-2012 ACMA 45.45 50.00 4.55 1.22  
DC21-2012   102.85 115.90 13.05 7.28  
DC21-2012   136.90 153.62 16.72 8.00  
including   148.65 151.65 3.00 22.57  
DC21-2012   166.80 178.62 11.82 2.29  
DC21-2012   190.24 198.60 8.36 3.87  
DC21-2012   216.31 228.83 12.52 2.24  
DC21-2012   262.50 269.52 7.02 3.71  
DC21-2012   TOTAL   74.04 4.70  
DC21-2013 Lewis 37.75 61.68 23.93 3.96  
DC21-2013   70.53 76.50 5.97 11.07  
DC21-2013   85.12 88.50 3.38 1.11  
DC21-2013   113.79 125.08 11.29 2.48  
DC21-2013   200.77 206.04 5.27 4.01  
DC21-2013   215.45 265.66 50.21 1.99  
DC21-2013   TOTAL   100.05 3.14  
DC21-2014 ACMA 37.08 53.69 16.61 2.58  
DC21-2014   71.46 78.77 7.31 2.61  
DC21-2014   106.90 120.70 13.80 3.92  
DC21-2014   131.17 160.94 29.77 3.84  
DC21-2014   218.91 230.38 11.47 6.79  
including   221.98 225.60 3.62 15.69  

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-2014   236.20 239.90 3.70 2.34  
DC21-2014   TOTAL   82.66 3.83  
DC21-2015 ACMA 27.16 70.17 43.01 5.04  
including   29.22 35.21 5.99 11.81  
DC21-2015   104.12 119.54 15.42 4.00  
DC21-2015   129.98 145.54 15.56 2.04  
DC21-2015   188.21 196.00 7.79 3.00  
DC21-2015   211.32 215.34 4.02 1.01  
DC21-2015   235.26 243.30 8.04 2.63  
DC21-2015   TOTAL   93.84 3.82  
DC21-2016 ACMA 104.34 107.76 3.42 3.42  
DC21-2016   124.72 174.65 49.93 2.68  
DC21-2016   179.00 192.15 13.15 1.90  
DC21-2016   208.14 212.60 4.46 2.02  
DC21-2016   223.63 241.10 17.47 3.95  
DC21-2016   TOTAL   88.43 2.81  
DC21-2017 Lewis 9.58 43.71 34.13 5.30  
including   25.25 29.26 4.01 18.36  
DC21-2017   68.29 78.06 9.77 2.35  
DC21-2017   144.53 163.53 19.00 18.23  
including   144.53 158.84 14.31 23.49  
DC21-2017   232.15 235.95 3.80 4.05  
DC21-2017   246.90 265.58 18.68 10.46  
including   257.15 264.50 7.35 20.22  
DC21-2017   TOTAL   85.38 8.91  
DC21-2018 ACMA 18.40 34.00 15.60 6.74  
including   18.92 24.35 5.43 13.00  
DC21-2018   55.00 63.10 8.10 11.43  
including   56.95 62.13 5.18 15.85  
DC21-2018   91.18 109.42 18.24 4.90  
DC21-2018   121.20 127.20 6.00 5.60  
DC21-2018   178.98 182.58 3.60 4.46  
DC21-2018   201.61 207.55 5.94 1.06  
DC21-2018   219.42 230.21 10.79 1.57  
DC21-2018   TOTAL   68.27 5.27  
DC21-2019 Lewis 95.70 105.65 9.95 9.35  
DC21-2019   118.27 145.92 27.65 2.75  
DC21-2019   156.26 184.49 28.23 4.40  
DC21-2019   188.90 192.20 3.30 8.85  
DC21-2019   TOTAL   69.13 4.67  
DC21-2020 ACMA 93.40 98.10 4.70 5.54  
DC21-2020   102.15 108.67 6.52 7.75  
DC21-2020   124.85 151.14 26.29 3.60  
DC21-2020   164.78 174.25 9.47 1.22  

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-2020   179.20 182.30 3.10 4.11  
DC21-2020   206.96 221.14 14.18 5.15  
DC21-2020   TOTAL   64.26 4.18  
DC21-2021 ACMA 66.29 83.62 17.33 2.01  
DC21-2021   94.92 105.32 10.40 12.14  
including   96.58 105.32 8.74 13.61  
DC21-2021   122.86 144.64 21.78 3.21  
DC21-2021   172.74 180.57 7.83 1.33  
DC21-2021   196.20 199.24 3.04 2.22  
DC21-2021   TOTAL   60.38 4.11  
DC21-2022 ACMA 120.94 135.47 14.53 2.50  
DC21-2022   157.12 160.79 3.67 9.98  
DC21-2022   194.28 213.75 19.47 7.69  
including   197.40 204.83 7.43 13.93  
DC21-2022   218.53 223.65 5.12 1.89  
DC21-2022   TOTAL   42.79 5.43  
DC21-2023 ACMA 16.31 22.44 6.13 2.03  
DC21-2023   95.89 101.37 5.48 8.79  
DC21-2023   114.60 135.46 20.86 3.63  
DC21-2023   156.54 162.09 5.55 6.41  
DC21-2023   167.03 174.13 7.10 4.54  
DC21-2023   206.32 225.71 19.39 2.85  
DC21-2023   TOTAL   64.51 4.02  
DC21-2024 ACMA 97.54 104.25 6.71 5.85  
DC21-2024   119.90 161.65 41.75 2.11  
DC21-2024   171.16 181.66 10.50 2.79  
DC21-2024   199.55 205.46 5.91 5.59  
DC21-2024   210.50 236.56 26.06 3.55  
DC21-2024   TOTAL   90.93 3.10  
DC21-2025 ACMA 9.45 14.50 5.05 4.01  
DC21-2025   89.60 99.00 9.40 2.17  
DC21-2025   111.96 134.62 22.66 2.43  
DC21-2025   159.74 171.21 11.47 2.01  
DC21-2025   187.60 203.49 15.89 2.18  
DC21-2025   218.92 224.31 5.39 1.99  
DC21-2025   TOTAL   69.86 2.35  
DC21-2026 ACMA 58.85 63.92 5.07 2.36  
DC21-2026   90.69 93.90 3.21 7.36  
DC21-2026   107.30 118.26 10.96 2.12  
DC21-2026   130.26 134.28 4.02 2.32  
DC21-2026   148.54 155.59 7.05 4.54  
DC21-2026   192.95 200.86 7.91 3.44  
DC21-2026   TOTAL   38.22 3.33  

 

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Hole ID Domain From
(Meters)
To
(Meters)
Length
(Meters)
Au Grade
(Au g/t)
 
DC21-2027 ACMA 117.60 121.05 3.45 2.95  
DC21-2027   130.50 134.55 4.05 1.90  
DC21-2027   139.75 166.50 26.75 4.26  
DC21-2027   185.00 191.00 6.00 8.20  
DC21-2027   201.32 209.40 8.08 2.28  
DC21-2027   220.80 225.35 4.55 5.23  
DC21-2027   TOTAL   52.88 4.22  
DC21-2028 ACMA 13.62 26.44 12.82 1.11  
DC21-2028   86.17 110.72 24.55 4.62  
DC21-2028   114.80 123.72 8.92 2.64  
DC21-2028   149.65 152.70 3.05 4.31  
DC21-2028   177.00 188.37 11.37 2.90  
DC21-2028   TOTAL   60.71 3.25  
DC21-2029 ACMA 18.08 24.79 6.71 3.97  
DC21-2029   85.41 100.88 15.47 2.73  
DC21-2029   114.07 124.36 10.29 1.82  
DC21-2029   216.05 226.42 10.37 1.04  
DC21-2029   TOTAL   42.84 2.30  
DC21-2030A ACMA 6.44 10.44 4.00 1.09  
DC21-2030A   100.30 123.70 23.40 6.62  
including   113.98 121.16 7.18 14.99  
DC21-2030A   179.06 182.35 3.29 3.98  
DC21-2030A   189.00 195.81 6.81 1.79  
DC21-2030A   TOTAL   37.50 4.92  
DC21-2031 ACMA 21.34 28.20 6.86 4.46  
DC21-2031   65.51 71.77 6.26 2.65  
DC21-2031   83.82 101.35 17.53 3.05  
DC21-2031   116.68 138.58 21.90 3.56  
DC21-2031   159.99 178.30 18.31 2.73  
DC21-2031   222.13 228.68 6.55 7.36  
DC21-2031   TOTAL   77.41 3.57  
DC21-2032 ACMA 87.77 99.45 11.68 2.10  
DC21-2032   107.29 132.38 25.09 7.26  
including   125.82 130.98 5.16 23.44  
DC21-2032   138.27 150.23 11.96 2.06  
DC21-2032   154.76 158.78 4.02 1.39  
DC21-2032   200.23 208.55 8.32 1.30  
DC21-2032   TOTAL   61.07 4.06  

 

Significant intervals represent drilled intervals and not necessarily true thickness of mineralization. Mineralized intervals meet or exceed 3 meters in length above 1 g/t. A maximum of 4 meters of continuous dilution (< 1 g/t) is permitted. Any drill intervals not depicted in this table did not meet the significant interval criteria.

 

 

 

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