One of the things I was very much looking forward to at this year’s Cambridge was meeting, in person, Janet Lee-Sheriff, CEO of Golden Predator, (V.GPY). I’ve done several phone interviews with Janet and very much enjoyed the conversation.
Golden Predator Mining Corp. (TSX.V:GPY, OTCQX:NTGSF) (the “Company”) today announced results of the 2018 drill program in the Central Core Area at the 3 Aces Project in southeast Yukon, Canada, which was completed to test for extensions of the high grade structures outcropping in the Hearts Zone. Seven HQ diamond drill holes consistently intercepted two parallel, closely spaced gold-bearing structures along 220m of strike and 500m down dip from the Hearts discovery outcrop. This was the deepest drilling to date on the project and the structures in the Hearts Zone continue to be open in all directions along strike and at depth.
We are lucky enough to have clients who put out informational videos. Golden Predator (V.GPY) has one of the world’s experts on orogenic gold deposits, Dr. Richard Goldfarb, working on the geology of the Three Aces Project in south east Yukon. Here is a short, information packed video featuring Dr. Goldfarb talking about the formation of orogenic gold.
Golden Predator Mining Corp. (TSX.V:GPY, OTCQX:NTGSF) (the “Company”) reported today that drilling of the extensive soil geochemical target in the Sprogge Area of the 3 Aces Project located in southeast Yukon has discovered an important new style of disseminated gold mineralization. The Sprogge Area discovery represents a potentially large gold-bearing intrusive system not previously encountered at the 3 Aces Project. Follow-up exploration of this new gold discovery is planned for 2019 starting with geophysical surveys designed to target blind intrusive-related gold mineralization at depth.
Goldplay Exploration Ltd. (TSXV: GPLY, OTCQB: GLYXF) (“Goldplay” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce positive results from sampling of the historical core drill holes completed in 2010 (“historical core”), from the Company’s San Marcial Project in Mexico. The results support open pit potential for the initial 500-meter-long historical NI 43-101 resource area (“historic resource”). Results reveal a much wider mineralized zone along strike and down-dip than originally modelled in the historic resource with opportunities for expansion.
Part of the job of an exploration company CEO is doing corporate presentations. Janet Lee-Sheriff, CEO of Golden Predator (V.GPY), was in Philadelphia to do a lunch presentation to a group of high net worth individuals. She began her presentation by showing Kaska Kayeh, a video about how the First Nations on whose land GPY is exploring, understand the land, the wildlife and the water and moving forward with mining interests. A video produced by Golden Predator and a former Kaska chief and featuring Kaska Elders speaking, often in their own language, about the sacredness of the land and how to work together.
Golden Predator Mining Corp. (TSX.V:GPY, OTCQX:NTGSF) (the “Company”) is pleased to announce the successful completion of a 22 hole exploration and metallurgical drilling program at its 100% owned Brewery Creek Project in Canada’s Yukon, and reports today on the results of the exploration drill program designed to expand the current resource. Significant gold mineralization was encountered in 8 of the 9 exploration holes increasing known gold mineralization around five zones including Schooner, Sleeman, Lucky, Bohemian and Lone Star.