Renforth Resources put out a press release November 12 which outlines the company’s activities at its polymetallic Surimeau Property which is contiguous to the Canadian Malartic Mine as well as updating the company’s drilling at Parbec.
Renforth CEO Nicole Brewster’s notes to her shareholders are always a treat. Clear, often hilarious and full of useful information. The note accompanying the Press Release confirming the close of the sale of Renforth’s New Alger property on the Cadilac Break in Quebec to Radisson.
Nicole Brewster, Renforth Resources (C.RFR) put out a news release today announcing a pit constrained gold Mineral Resource Estimate for Renforth’s wholly-owned New Alger Property, located on the Cadillac Break, in Cadillac, Quebec, contiguous to the historic O’Brien Mine and the LaRonde Mine. This is the second pit constrained resource the company has announced in all of two weeks.
MAY 6, 2020
Renforth Resources Inc. (CSE – RFR) (OTC Pink – RFHRF) (WKN – A2H9TN) (“Renforth” or the “Company”) is pleased to provide shareholders with a pit constrained gold Mineral Resource Estimate for Renforth’s wholly owned Parbec Property, located on the Cadillac Break, in Malartic, Quebec and contiguous to the open pit Canadian Malartic Mine. This Mineral Resource Estimate has been calculated by P&E Mining Consultants Inc. of Brampton, Ontario, with an effective date of April 30th, 2020, using only assay data from between 2007 and Renforth’s last work on the property in 2019, excluding all assay results obtained historically, or prior to 2007. Renforth has in its possession all the core from 2007 to date.