“Greg Johnson, Metallic Minerals’ Chairman & CEO stated, “We are excited about the potential that is being highlighted by our ongoing exploration on the Keno Silver Project, where we have been able to move quickly from land acquisitions and target identification to delivering confirmatory drill results from these under-explored areas of the prolific Keno Hill Silver District. Results to date have confirmed the existence of high-grade silver in Keno-type structures beginning at surface and that those systems are open at depth and along strike, in stratigraphic settings that are comparable with some of the largest deposits in the district. Our plans for 2018 are to undertake a robust drill-focused program, following and expanding upon the same systematic exploration methodology as 2017.”
Metallic Minerals (V.MMG) announced its second placer agreement in the Yukon. This one is for a mile of claims along a bench of Dominion Creek. Metallic acquired these claims and then executed an exclusive mining agreement with an experienced placer outfit. Metallic will retain a 15% royalty on all the gold mined.
The recent Government of Yukon, in partnership with Yukon Mining Alliance and Yukon Chamber of Mines, lunch in the heart of Toronto’s Bay Street brought some of the Yukon’s most prominent mining executives together with brokers, institutional investors and analysts from the Canadian financial world.
Metallic Minerals (V.MMG) has a press release out today announcing an option agreement to acquire 36.4 square kilometres (“km2”) of mining rights along the Australia Creek drainage, a tributary to the Indian River, in the Klondike gold district near Dawson City, Yukon. In the same release Metallic announces that it has entered into a production royalty agreement for 2.4 kilometers of that property which will give Metallic a 12% royalty on gold produced.