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Report: District Metals – Initial Tomtebo results confirm exploration theory

Last week, District Metals (DMX.V) released the assay results from the first three holes drilled on the Tomtebo polymetallic property in Sweden. The…



This article was originally published by Caesars Report

Last week, District Metals (DMX.V) released the assay results from the first three holes drilled on the Tomtebo polymetallic property in Sweden. The company had put a rush on the samples so it didn’t really come as a surprise to see excellent grades given the decision to rush the samples and considering the company uses XRF handguns at its core shack.

Hot on the heels of releasing one good and one phenomenal hole confirming the mineralization encountered in hole TOM21-001 seems to continue at depth to a vertical depth of about 200 meters, District took the wise decision to cash up as it didn’t want the market to start speculating against the company and its balance sheet. By proactively raising cash, District Metals is nipping that potential issue in the bud.

Hole 25 was a barn burner hole

The very first hole that was drilled was indeed a disappointment as no mineralization was detected. Too bad, but that’s exploration. The two holes drilled on the Steffenburgs Zone were much more important as these holes were successful in following up on the good result from hole TOM21-001.

Hole 24 was drilled approximately 40 meters down plunge from the massive sulphides encountered in hole 1, and successfully intercepted the mineralized structure. There was a narrow 0.5 meter interval of just under 5% ZnEq followed by a thicker interval of 3.25 meters with an average grade of 5.55% ZnEq (of which 2.98% was actually zinc). That’s a positive achievement, but hole 25 definitely was the hole that fully validated the exploration theory.

Tomtebo Drill Assay Results

Hole 25 was designed to step out 118 meters down plunge from the massive sulphides in hole 1, and as such, basically drilled almost 80 meters further down plunge than hole 24. Hole 25 encountered several narrow but decently graded intervals in the first 200 meters but what really mattered was obviously the zone where the strong mineralization was projected.

And hole 25 didn’t disappoint at all. At a depth of 210 meters downhole (which really is less than 200 meters from surface), the drill bit intersected 14.3 meters of 14.15% zinc-equivalent, of which 9.46% was actually zinc. The table below shows the high-grade nature of that specific interval with 12% ZnPb and in excess of one ounce of silver per tonne of rock.

Cross Section Looking Northwest at Steffenburgs Zone

The 14.3 meters contains some higher-grade intervals with for instance 6.6 meters containing 21.59% ZnEq. This definitely doesn’t mean the company was ‘smearing’: even if you would remove that very high-grade 6.60 from the 14.30 meter zone, the residual 7.7 meters would still have an average grade of just under 7.8% zinc-equivalent, which would clearly still be above the economic cut-off grade for a project.

An excellent result and this could bode well for holes 27 and 28, which were also completed at the Steffenburgs zone. The initial indications of hole 28 (drilled 60 meters up plunge from hole 25 which provides proof of the continuity) returned 30.4 meters of sulphide mineralization including almost 17 meters of massive sulphides. This further confirms the interpretation that hole 24 hit a parallel sulphide lens and holes 1, 25 and 28 have been hitting the main target.

Again, even though we expect all samples to have been subject to XRF screening before sending the samples off to the lab, keep in mind XRF is a useful tool but not the holy grail. And unlike other companies which proudly release XRF results in press releases, we are happy District uses it as the tool it really is: getting a quick and good feeling about the core that has been pulled out of the ground before sending it to the lab. Anything else would be a bit too much ‘arm waving’ for us as the only thing that really matters are the lab results.

District Metals is raising funds on the heels of the new discovery

The day after releasing these positive drill results, District Metals announced it had engaged Haywood Securities as sole lead agent to raise C$3M on a commercially reasonable efforts base. The private placement was priced at C$0.25 with each unit consisting of one common share of District Metals as well as half a warrant with each full warrant allowing the warrant holder to acquire an additional share of District Metals for a period of 24 months after closing, at a fixed price of C$0.35/share.

District Metals had and still has enough cash on hand to complete the current drill program but it is likely smart to just take the money whenever it’s available. The C$3M cash injection will be very useful because by January or February, the market could have started to bet against District Metals, knowing very well the company would have to raise cash.

By immediately raising money on the back of good drill results, District Metals is avoiding being taken hostage by a market that could potentially smell blood in the water.

The C$3M will bring the treasury back to a healthy position while additional assay results will roll in. The second batch of samples have been shipped to the lab and results are expected in January 2022.


The riskiest thing for an exploration stage company (other than not finding anything) is running out of funding. Sometimes the market can be a pool full of sharks and when blood can be smelled (i.e. a balance sheet showing a company is running on fumes), it’s not that difficult to see the share price spiral down as existing investors are unwinding positions in anticipation of a financing. District Metals avoided this potential issue. Although we didn’t expect a raise before January, we also hadn’t expected the company to rush the samples to and through the lab so it does make perfect sense to raise money on the back of the first very good drill results from the Tomtebo project.

The recently released assay results from the two Steffenburgs Zone holes are good (hole 24) to absolutely excellent (hole 25) as the two main boxes (grades and widths) have now been ticked. We are also hopeful to see the next few assay results show high-grade material (we would assume the core wouldn’t have been rushed either) but as per the securities law, District Metals cannot publish material news during a financing. So we expect the financing to close first with the assay results from the next batch of holes to follow in January 2022. We are very curious to see the assay results of hole 28 as that will allow District to build up tonnage.

Additional news related to the airborne geophysical surveys and rock sampling at the recently acquired Gruvberget and Svärdsjö Properties will also be released in early-2022. The Tomtebo drill program is definitely off to a good start (unfortunately that northeastern anomaly didn’t turn out to be anything of interest) and with a few additional million dollars in the bank, District is in a good shape.

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There Is No Positive Catalyst That Can Revive DraftKings Now

After the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, one of the darlings on Wall Street was a digital sports entertainment and gaming company known as DraftKings (NASDAQ:DKNG)….

After the onset of the Covid-19 pandemic, one of the darlings on Wall Street was a digital sports entertainment and gaming company known as DraftKings (NASDAQ:DKNG). As sports betting and i-gaming became popular, the value of DKNG stock increased dramatically.

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The problem is that the rally was based more on hope and hype than actual financials and fundamentals. Bear in mind that the DraftKings share price topped out in early 2021, a time when overeager traders bid up the stock prices of a number of unprofitable companies.

In many cases, those stocks fell almost as quickly as they rose. To loosely quote Benjamin Graham and Warren Buffett, in the short term, the stock market is a voting machine (based on sentiment), but in the long term it’s a weighing machine (based on a company’s actual value).

As time goes on, the market is weighing DraftKings and evidently not liking the results very much. Even seemingly positive news, it appears, hasn’t helped the stock stay afloat, and that’s certainly a bad sign.

DKNG Stock at a Glance

Just as greed has caused some sports betting and i-gaming fanatics to lose their capital, greed also is responsible for a number of DKNG stockholders losing their money in 2021.

It’s a cautionary tale about what can happen when traders get caught up in a hype phase. Sure, it’s important to be aware of trends in the markets. But ultimately, hard data and facts should be your guide.

As DKNG stock soared from around $10 to a peak of $74.38, that would have been a great time for the investors to take profits and thank their lucky stars.

Perhaps they should have thanked Reddit traders as well, as it’s possible they helped propel the DraftKings share price. In any event, the crash that ensued was swift and unforgiving.

Good News Isn’t Helping

By the middle of January 2022, DKNG stock had tumbled to $23 and showed no signs of turning around. This happened despite events that should have given the stock a major boost.

For instance, the New York State Gaming Commission approved four mobile sports betting operators to accept and process sports betting activity. Among those approved operators was DraftKings.

This announcement was revealed on Jan. 7. DKNG stock traded at $27 on that day. But since then, the stock has fallen to prices as low as $18.

On Jan. 12, DraftKings bragged that it had been selected as the official sportsbook provider of the Oregon Lottery. Again, this didn’t prevent the company’s stock from losing value.

InvestorPlace contributor Thomas Niel also pointed out a problem: there are only a few more U.S. states that have yet to legalize sports betting.

Holes in the Argument

Niel wrote that in California and Florida, “multiple stakeholders (state governments, Native American tribes, commercial gaming) are still trying to iron it all out.” Meanwhile, in Texas, where the legislature only meets during odd-numbered years, legalization isn’t likely until at least 2023.

We can see numerous holes forming in the bullish argument for DKNG stock. The biggest hole of all, though, may be the financial hole that DraftKing can’t seem to dig itself out of.

Consider this: the company sustained a $989.1 million net loss attributable to common stockholders in the nine months ended Sept. 30, 2020. That’s nearly a billion dollars in just nine months’ time.

Fast-forward to the nine months ended Sept. 30, 2021. During that time, DraftKings’ net loss was even deeper, totaling $1.2 billion.

How did this happen? Clearly, DraftKings spent too much during those nine months. For example, while the company generated $822.7 million in revenue, it spent $703.1 million on sales and marketing.

There were also several other categories of spending, each costing DraftKings nine-figure dollar amounts.

The Takeaway on DKNG Stock

The evidence shows that DraftKings hasn’t exercised enough fiscal discipline. Moreover, the apparently positive catalysts haven’t done much to boost the DKNG stock price.

It’s fine to envision a future for sports betting and i-gaming in the U.S. However, it certainly looks like DraftKings is on the wrong side of the hype cycle now. Therefore, it just doesn’t make sense to gamble your hard-earned capital on DKNG stock in 2022.

On the date of publication, neither Louis Navellier nor the InvestorPlace Research Staff member primarily responsible for this article held (either directly or indirectly) any positions in the securities mentioned in this article.

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Third Major Beta Hunt Shear Zone Extended to Over 500 metres of Strike with Potential to Extend Over 2 kilometres and New Gamma Block Gold Mineralization Delineated Over 200 metres of Strike

Highlights: Gold mineralization in the Fletcher Shear Zone, the third major Beta Hunt Shear Zone, has now been extended to over 500 metres along strike…


  • Gold mineralization in the Fletcher Shear Zone, the third major Beta Hunt Shear Zone, has now been extended to over 500 metres along strike and 150 metres in vertical extent with step-out drilling. Potential exists for the Shear Zone to extend up to 2 kilometres in strike while remaining open at depth. A total of 4 holes have been drilled to date with further drilling planned later this year.

Results include1.:

  • AF18LV-07AE: 3.3 g/t over 9.5 metres, including 5.5 g/t over 4.4 metres
  • AF18LV-16AE: 18.5 g/t over 0.8 metre
    Previously reported results include2.:
  • WF14-98 (Lode A): 2.67 g/t over 6.2 metres, including 3.1g/t over 3.1 metres; and
  • WF14-98 (Lode B): 2.32 g/t over 11.2 metres, including 3.8 g/t over 4.8 metres.
  • FZ350-001: 1.21 g/t over 17.5 metres including 5.87g/t over 0.54 metres
  • New drilling in the Gamma Block, which also targeted the 50C nickel trough, has confirmed significant gold mineralization over a 200 metre strike length. New drilling results1 include:
    • G50-22-009NR: 3.4g/t over 33.6 metres including 6.0 g/t over 10.5 metres
    • G55-22-006NR: 7.6 g/t over 8.4 metres, including 12.1 g/t over 4.6 metres
    • G50-22-012NE: 12.9 g/t over 2.0 metres
    • Proposed level development into the Gamma gold mineralization will also be utilized to access the 50C Nickel zone, reducing costs and timing for both nickel and gold mining activities
1. Interval lengths are downhole widths. Estimated true widths cannot be determined with available information
2. Interval lengths are estimated true widths
3. Tables showing complete results and drill holes can be found at the end of this news release.

TORONTO, Jan. 24, 2022 – Karora Resources Inc. (TSX: KRR) (“Karora” or the “Corporation”) is pleased to announce new exploration drilling results from the Beta Hunt Mine have materially extended the strike length of gold mineralization at the Fletcher Zone to over 500 metres. The recently discovered Gamma Block mineralization (see Karora news release dated November 15, 2021) strike length has also been extended to over 200 metres. Both mineralized systems remain open along strike and at depth.

First discovered by Karora in 2016, the Fletcher Zone is a parallel shear zone located approximately 350 metres west from the Western Flanks Zone and represents a third major shear zone at Beta Hunt. New exploration drilling, designed to further test the strike length of Fletcher, was highlighted by intersections of 3.3 g/t over 9.5 metres, including 5.5 g/t over 4.4 metres (hole AF18LV-07AE) and 18.5 g/t over 0.8 metres (hole AF18LV-16AE).

New exploration drilling completed south of the recently discovered Gamma Block gold mineralization, located at the southern extent of the existing mine development, encountered further encouraging results. The holes drilled served a dual purpose: to test both the 50C Nickel trough and the underlying Gamma Block gold mineralization. Although Gamma and 50C can be mined separately, they are close enough to be accessed from the same level development potentially reducing cost and access time to mine both areas.

Significant gold intercepts returned from Gamma drilling were highlighted by a wide intercept of 3.4 g/t over 33.6 metres (including 6.0 g/t over 10.5 metres and 6.1 g/t over 3.8 metres) in hole G50-22-009NR, 7.6 g/t over 8.4 metres, including 12.1 g/t over 4.6 metres (hole G55-22-006NR) and 12.9 g/t over 2.0 metres (hole G50-22-012NE). The Gamma (gold) and 50C (nickel) highlight the exciting potential south of the Alpha Island (“AIF”) and Gamma faults at Beta Hunt.

Paul Huet, Chairman and CEO of Karora said, “Exploration at Beta Hunt continues to drive extensions of known primary shears and of newly discovered zones, underscoring the fact that we are only just beginning to understand the true potential of the mine. The new drilling announced today highlights the exciting potential south of the Alpha Island and Gamma faults.

Fletcher is a third major shear zone at Beta Hunt that we have now materially extended for the first time since 2016. New drilling has extended the known strike extent to over 500 metres and over a 150 metre vertical extent. With strike potential up to 2 kilometres, while remaining open at depth, Fletcher has the potential to form a long-term backbone of our operation in future years.

The new Gamma Block mineralization, underlying our exciting high grade 50C Nickel trough, represents a second new potential gold mining area. Our new drilling has now extended Gamma over 200 metres of strike extent and remains open both along strike and at depth. What is encouraging about both of these zones is that they are easily accessed on the edges of existing development, lowering the cost associated with setting up mining activities.

Lastly, we expect to issue a progress update on our Mineral Resources later in the first quarter, which will include the addition of the maiden Larkin Zone Mineral Resource.”


At Beta Hunt, over the period from August 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021 a total of 76 resource definition and exploration drill holes were drilled totalling 15,323 metres. The summary below covers new gold assay results received over this period (Figure 1).  

Drilling focused on testing the potential strike extension of the Fletcher Zone and A Zone North, testing the Western Flanks northern extension, upgrading the 30C nickel Mineral Resource and defining the 50C nickel trough in the Gamma Block, the latter intersecting gold mineralization below the trough position.  

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Fletcher Shear Zone

The gold mineralized Fletcher Shear Zone (FSZ) was discovered in 2016 (See RNC news release dated July 6, 2016) and is considered a structural analogue to the Western Flanks and A Zone deposits, representing Beta Hunt’s third major mineralized shear zone system (Figure 2). The FSZ comprises foliated biotite-pyrite altered and irregularly quartz veined basalt – similar alteration to that found at Western Flanks.

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Previously reported drilling comprised two holes on the same section with results shown below (See RNC news release dated September 16, 2019)1.

  • WF14-98 (Lode A):  2.67 g/t Au over 6.2 metres, including 3.1g/t Au over 3.1 metres; and
  • WF14-98 (Lode B):  2.32 g/t Au over 11.2 metres, including 3.8 g/t Au over 4.8 metres.
  • FZ350-001:  1.21 g/t Au over 17.5 metres including 5.87g/t over 0.54 metres
1. Estimated true widths

Recent drilling involved two holes to test the interpreted strike extent of the FSZ. Hole AF18LV-16AE tested the FSZ 300 metres north along strike of the Discovery section, while hole AF18LV-07AE tested the FSZ a further 200 metres to the north. Both holes intersected significant mineralization in the targeted position confirming for the first time the strike potential of the FSZ.

  • AF18LV-07AE: 3.3 g/t over 9.5 metres, including 5.5 g/t over 4.4 metres
  • AF18LV-16AE: 18.6 g/t over 0.8 metres and 0.6 g/t over 3.3 metres
1. Interval lengths are downhole widths. Estimated true widths cannot be determined with available information

The FSZ mineralization in AF18LV-16AE comprises weakly sheared and altered basalt, with the high grade 18.8 g/t assay associated with extensional quartz veining and biotite-pyrite alteration. Mineralization in AF18LV-07AE (Figure 3) is defined by a 0.2 g/t halo associated with weak to moderate shearing, extensional quartz veining up to 10cm wide, weak biotite alteration and disseminated pyrite. This veining and alteration style is most similar to Discovery section intersections and supports the interpretation that the mineralization is related to the same shear zone.  

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Both holes also intersected the Western Flanks Zone in the early part of each hole with assay results1.supporting, as well as upgrading, the existing Western Flanks Mineral Resource.

  • AF18LV-07AE: 2.7 g/t over 19.6 metres, including 5.5g/t over 6.4 metres
  • AF18LV-16AE: 2.3 g/t over 28.2 metres, including 6.5g/t over 6.3 metres
1. Estimated true widths

The four drill holes now intersecting FSZ support a steep, west-dipping zone over 150 metres in down dip extent over 500 metres of strike with potential to extend over a total strike length of 2 kilometres. The mineralized system remains open at depth. These results and the potential mining opportunity they will deliver provide continued support of Karora’s Growth Plan.

Gamma Block

Drilling in the Gamma Block continued with holes designed to test the 50C nickel trough on the ultramafic/basalt contact consistently intersecting gold mineralization in the underlying footwall basalt. Early-stage geological interpretation indicates the gold mineralization occurs as parallel, northwest trending zones of variable widths and grades over 200 metres of strike south of the Gamma Fault. Mineralization is characteristically associated with quartz-albite-carbonate stockwork veining in a moderately biotite altered basalt with well developed euhedral pyrite mineralization. To underline the potential significance of this new area, drill hole G50-22-009NR intersected 3.4 g/t over 33.6 metres which represents the widest gold intersection recorded to date in the Gamma Block. Significant gold results from the drilling are reported below. Nickel assays are still pending.

  • G50-22-009NR: 3.4g/t over 33.6 metres including 6.0 g/t over 10.5 metres and 6.1 g/t over 3.8 metres
  • G55-22-006NR: 7.6 g/t over 8.4 metres, including 12.1 g/t over 4.6 metres
  • G50-22-012NE: 12.9g/t over 2.0 metres
1. Interval lengths are downhole widths. Estimated true widths cannot be determined with available information

The recent focus of drilling within the Gamma Block is to extend the 50C and 10C nickel mineralization within these troughs. These recent results, on the back of previously reported gold results from the Gamma Block (see Karora news release, November 15, 2021) highlight the potential for the Gamma Block to be considered as a potential gold mining area, along with the strong nickel mineralization drilled to date. Pending receipt of outstanding assays, a detailed geological interpretation of the mineralization is expected be undertaken during the first quarter.

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A Zone North (U/G)

A surface diamond drillhole, SAZ-001-AE was drilled to test for the northern extension of the A Zone Mineral Resource. The hole was collared from surface as the most accessible underground drill position did not provide a high angle drill intersection representative of the A Zone mineralization. The drill hole intersected thin, extensional to brecciated quartz carbonate veining in a strongly biotite altered basalt with disseminated pyrite associated with an intersection of 1.7 g/t over 6.4 metres (estimated true width) in the A Zone position, 80 metres from the most northerly drill intersection and provides strong encouragement for the A Zone Mineral Resource to continue to extend north and up-dip from the existing Resource. This result reinforces the potential for early production from the recently commenced second decline.

Further surface drilling is planned for Q1 2022 to validate and extend this result.

Compliance Statement (JORC 2012 and NI 43-101)

The disclosure of scientific and technical information contained in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Stephen Devlin, FAusIMM, Group Geologist, Karora Resources Inc., a Qualified Person for the purposes of NI 43-101.

At Beta Hunt all drill core sampling is conducted by Karora personnel. Drill core samples for gold analysis in this instance were shipped to both ALS Laboratories, Perth and SGS Laboratories, Kalgoorlie for preparation and assaying by 50gram fire assay analytical method. All gold diamond drilling samples submitted for assay include at least one blank and one Certified Reference Material (“CRM”) per batch, plus one CRM or blank every 20 samples. In samples with observed visible gold mineralization, a coarse blank is inserted after the visible gold mineralization to serve as both a coarse flush to prevent contamination of subsequent samples and a test for gold smearing from one sample to the next which may have resulted from inadequate cleaning of the crusher and pulveriser. The labs are also required to undertake a minimum of 1 in 20 wet screens on pulverised samples to ensure a minimum 90% passing at -75µm. Samples for nickel analysis are shipped to SGS Australia Mineral Services of Kalgoorlie for preparation. Pulps are then shipped to Perth for assaying. The analytical technique is ICP41Q, a four acid digest ICP-AES package. Assays recorded above the upper detection limit (25,000ppm Ni) are re-analyzed using the same technique with a greater dilution (ICP43B). All samples submitted for nickel assay include at least one Certified Reference Material (CRM) per batch, with a minimum of one CRM per 20 samples. Where problems have been identified in QAQC checks, Karora personnel and the SGS laboratory staff have actively pursued and corrected the issues as standard procedure. Where problems have been identified in QAQC checks, Karora personnel and the SGS and ALS laboratory staff have actively pursued and corrected the issues as standard procedure.

About Karora Resources 

Karora is focused on doubling gold production to 200,000 ounces by 2024 compared to 2020 and reducing costs at its integrated Beta Hunt Gold Mine and Higginsville Gold Operations (“HGO”) in Western Australia. The Higginsville treatment facility is a low-cost 1.6 Mtpa processing plant, expanding to a planned 2.5 Mtpa by 2024, which is fed at capacity from Karora’s underground Beta Hunt mine and Higginsville mines. At Beta Hunt, a robust gold Mineral Resource and Reserve is hosted in multiple gold shears, with gold intersections along a 4 km strike length remaining open in multiple directions. HGO has a substantial Mineral gold Resource and Reserve and prospective land package totaling approximately 1,800 square kilometers. The Company also owns the high grade Spargos Reward project which began mining in 2021. Karora has a strong Board and management team focused on delivering shareholder value and responsible mining, as demonstrated by Karora’s commitment to reducing emissions across its operations. Karora’s common shares trade on the TSX under the symbol KRR and also trade on the OTCQX market under the symbol KRRGF.

Cautionary Statement Concerning Forward-Looking Statements

This news release contains “forward-looking information” including without limitation statements relating to the timing for the completion of technical studies the results of exploration and development work, liquidity and capital resources of Karora, production guidance and the potential of the Beta Hunt Mine, Higginsville Gold Operation, the Aquarius Project and the Spargos Gold Project.

Forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of Karora to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. Factors that could affect the outcome include, among others: future prices and the supply of metals; the results of drilling; inability to raise the money necessary to incur the expenditures required to retain and advance the properties; environmental liabilities (known and unknown); general business, economic, competitive, political and social uncertainties; results of exploration programs; accidents, labour disputes and other risks of the mining industry; political instability, terrorism, insurrection or war; or delays in obtaining governmental approvals, projected cash operating costs, failure to obtain regulatory or shareholder approvals. For a more detailed discussion of such risks and other factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements, refer to Karora ‘s filings with Canadian securities regulators, including the most recent Annual Information Form, available on SEDAR at

Although Karora has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual actions, events or results to differ materially from those described in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause actions, events or results to differ from those anticipated, estimated or intended. Forward-looking statements contained herein are made as of the date of this news release and Karora disclaims any obligation to update any forward-looking statements, whether as a result of new information, future events or results or otherwise, except as required by applicable securities laws.

Cautionary Statement Regarding the Higginsville Mining Operations
A production decision at the Higginsville gold operations was made by previous operators of the mine, prior to the completion of the acquisition of the Higginsville gold operations by Karora and Karora made a decision to continue production subsequent to the acquisition. This decision by Karora to continue production and, to the knowledge of Karora, the prior production decision were not based on a feasibility study of mineral reserves, demonstrating economic and technical viability, and, as a result, there may be an increased uncertainty of achieving any particular level of recovery of minerals or the cost of such recovery, which include increased risks associated with developing a commercially mineable deposit. Historically, such projects have a much higher risk of economic and technical failure. There is no guarantee that anticipated production costs will be achieved. Failure to achieve the anticipated production costs would have a material adverse impact on the Corporation’s cash flow and future profitability. Readers are cautioned that there is increased uncertainty and higher risk of economic and technical failure associated with such production decisions.

Table 1: Beta Hunt Gold- Significant Results – August 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021
(excludes those reported in previous Karora news release dated November 15, 2021)

Target/ Prospect Hole ID Sub
Downhole Interval (m) Estimated
Western Flanks AF18LV-07AE 33 34 1 0.8 7.68
106.5 107.5 1 0.8 2.52
116 142 26 19.6 2.7
including 116 124.5 8.5 6.4 5.47
Fletcher AF18LV-07AE 574 574.5 0.5 1.06
578.5 588 9.5 3.31
including 582.65 587 4.35 5.5
Western Flanks AF18LV-16AE 111 148.4 37.4 28.2 2.32
including 140 148.4 8.4 6.3 6.5
Fletcher AF18LV-16AE 530.7 534 3.3 0.6
545 545.75 0.8 18.55
Western Flanks
AW17LN-03AE 1 2 1 0.7 1.96
0 1 1 0.8 2.33
212 213 1 0.8 2.42
AW17LN-22AR 176.5 177.4 1 0.9 2.83
4.4 5 0.6 0.6 4.53
101 101.5 0.5 0.5 2.56
165 171.8 6.8 6.5 1.63
188 190 2 1.9 2.21
3 4 1 0.9 6.35
142 143 1 0.9 3.24
190 195.1 5.1 4.6 3.17
232 233.2 1.2 1.1 12.9
272 273 1 0.9 3.73
AW17LN-25AR 140 142.7 2.7 2.7 9.47
157 166 9 9 1.97
171 173 2 2 1.36
177 178 1 1 4.88
AW17LN-26AR 146 148 2 1.9 1.79
180 181 1 1 2.97
184 185 1 1 3.03
216 217 1 1 2.19
AW17LN-27AR 0 6 6 5.4 1.79
172 174.6 2.6 2.3 1.45
191 198 7 6.4 3.09
201 202 1 0.9 2.43
AW17LN-28AE 0 4.3 4.3 2.6 2.16
282.7 283.3 0.5 0.3 3.6
AW17LN-29AE 0 4 4 2.8 1.35
 30C/Larkin B30-19-013NR 53 58 5 0.7 1.64
60.3 61.3 1 0.1 9.63
B30-19-016NR 18 19 1 0.8 3.9
B30-19-017NR 34 36 2 0.4 1.05
B30-19-019NR 0 4.6 4.6 1.8 2.35
Gamma Gold BG-BRI-001AE 8 9 1 1.12
14 15 1 4.76
365 366 1 8.53
 Gamma Block G10-22-008NR 62 63.2 1.2 7.84
G10-22-009NR 27 29 2 1.75
G10-22-012NR 27 27.4 0.4 2.55
G10-22-013NR 44 46 2 4.55
G10-22-014NR 31 33 2 1.25
G10-22-015NR 116 117 1 1.06
G10-22-016NR 36 44 8 1.27
173.9 174.8 0.9 2.47
G10-22-017NR 19 22 3 1.21
G50-22-008NE 6 7 1 3.33
G50-22-009NR including including including 137 138 1 1.92
142.5 145.5 3 1.91
156 189.6 33.6 3.4
156 166.5 10.5 5.99
173 173.4 0.4 21.75
184.5 188.3 3.8 6.05
G50-22-012NE 75 76 1 2.78
152 154 2 12.92
163.3 166 2.7 3.79
G50-22-012NE 184 189 5 2.61
240 244.2 4.2 1.25
247 248 1 1.04
254 255 1 29.32
262 263 1 3.9
G50-22-013NE 140.6 142.5 1.9 8.67
G50-22-014NE 124.5 127.1 2.6 1.16
G50-22-016NR 73.2 74 0.9 1.57
G50-22-018NE 63.3 65.4 2.1 4.57
195 196 1 10.4
199 204 5 1.64
210.5 212 1.5 3.43
G55-22-006NR including 154.7 163.1 8.4 7.57
158.5 163.1 4.6 12.1
G55-22-007NE 34 38 4 1.29
77 78 1 3.84
167 168 1 1.72
G55-22-008NE 129 130 1 4.04
G55-22-009NE 26 27 1 10.41
164 165 1 2.45
185 186 1 1.33
A Zone Nth SAZ-001-AE 201 238.5 37.5 6.4 1.74
including 201 205.1 4.1 0.7 4.54
213 221 8 1.3 3.36
225 238.5 13.5 2 1.4
1. Reported gold grades > 1.0 g/t downhole.
2. Estimated true widths cannot be determined in some holes with available information

Table 2 Drillhole Collars – Beta Hunt for Significant Results reported August 1, 2021 to December 31, 2021

Target/   Hole  ID MGA_N MGA_E mRL DIP AZI Total Length (m)
Fletcher AF18LV-07AE 6544356.9 374603.5 -269.7 -31.5 249.5 653.9
AF18LV-16AE 6544419.1 374624.9 -266.7 -31.0 224.5 639.4
Western Flanks Nth AW17LN-03AE 6544656.6 374476.8 -256.3 -21.6 207.9 365.9
AW17LN-11AE 6544655.6 374476.9 -256.4 -27.4 249.5 287.9
AW17LN-22AR 6544611.8 374549.8 -257.1 -2.1 231.4 245.0
AW17LN-23AR 6544611.8 374549.6 -257.6 -13.3 231.1 243.0
AW17LN-24AR 6544611.8 374549.6 -257.6 -24.0 231.6 309.0
AW17LN-25AR 6544588.2 374574.0 -257.5 -2.2 228.7 237.0
AW17LN-26AR 6544588.4 374573.7 -257.8 -12.7 229.1 247.9
AW17LN-27AR 6544588.5 374573.7 -258.1 -23.5 229.1 300.1
AW17LN-28AE 6544656.6 374477.1 -256.5 -33.1 270.9 419.8
AW17LN-29AE 6544653.4 374478.7 -255.7 -40.4 249.9 359.9
30C/Larkin B30-19-013NR 6542669.6 375520.8 -381.2 33.0 326.0 99.0
B30-19-016NR 6542661.7 375524.0 -381.9 33.0 241.0 68.7
B30-19-017NR 6542668.4 375522.4 -379.9 65.0 349.0 60.0
B30-19-019NR 6542644.4 375544.3 -380.9 67.0 240.0 50.9
Gamma Gold BG-BRI-001AE 6541845.5 376244.9 -335.2 -9.0 189.0 475.3
Gamma Block G10-22-008NR 6541862.6 376232.9 -330.2 80.0 229.0 101.5
G10-22-009NR 6541900.2 376203.5 -338.4 46.0 230.0 152.9
G10-22-012NR 6541926.0 376184.8 -342.6 62.0 228.0 113.8
G10-22-013NR 6541926.1 376184.8 -342.6 73.0 228.0 119.3
G10-22-014NR 6541926.2 376186.3 -341.7 89.0 228.0 113.9
G10-22-015NR 6541927.7 376186.5 -342.1 77.0 48.0 161.9
G10-22-016NR 6541933.7 376178.4 -344.2 48.0 230.0 195.0
G10-22-017NR 6541933.9 376178.8 -343.7 66.0 230.0 125.8
G50-22-009NR 6541848.3 376243.2 -333.4 19.0 223.0 222.0
G50-22-008NE 6541762.9 376208.5 -336.3 19.0 192.0 200.9
G50-22-012NE 6541862.1 376232.2 -333.2 15.0 229.0 297.0
G50-22-013NE 6541861.3 376232.3 -334.4 22.0 229.0 212.6
G50-22-014NE 6541861.3 376232.4 -334.5 15.0 229.0 218.7
G50-22-016NR 6541900.0 376203.3 -339.9 28.0 230.0 204.0
G50-22-018NE 6541924.7 376184.8 -344.7 26.0 230.0 222.0
G55-22-006NR 6541900.1 376203.4 -338.6 37.0 230.0 197.7
G55-22-007NE 6541925.2 376184.8 -343.5 36.0 230.0 203.8
G55-22-008NE 6541925.1 376184.9 -343.4 48.0 230.0 209.7
G55-22-009NE 6541932.9 376178.4 -345.2 38.0 230.0 207.0
A Zone Nth SAZ-001-AE 6545053.5 374088.3 288.8 -77.0 229.0 348.6


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Value in Acquisition and Development of Critical Mineral Projects – Noble Mineral Exploration

Today, we welcomed back Vance White the President & CEO of Noble Mineral Exploration (TSX.V: NOB) and introduce the newly appointed exploration manager,…

Today, we welcomed back Vance White the President & CEO of Noble Mineral Exploration (TSX.V: NOB) and introduce the newly appointed exploration manager, Wayne Holmstead. Together they discuss the exploration strategies for early 2022 and discuss the various acquisitions they made in 2021.

Time Stamps

00:00 – Introductions
00:26 – Navigating the deal with CNC
2:09 – Project 81, 2022 Dargavel Exploration Campaign
4:56 – Additional Focus
6:00 – Wayne Joined the team
6:49 – Buckingham
8:16 – What made you take interest in graphite?
9:13 – Niobium
12:39 – Does the business model change?
13:56 – Villebon and Laverocher
14:18 – Adding more to the portfolio
14:49 – Conclusion

About Noble Mineral Exploration

Noble Mineral Exploration Inc. (TSX.V: NOB) is a Canadian-based junior exploration company holding approximately 51,000 hectares of mineral rights in the Timmins/Cochrane area of Northern Ontario, and approximately 14,000 hectares of mining claims in Central Newfoundland, upon which it plans to generate option and joint venture exploration programs upon which it plans to generate option and joint venture exploration programs.

The Company also holds a portfolio of securities in its joint venture partners.

The Company is focused on seeking Joint Venture Partners to further expand on all its exploration and development programs.

Noble Mineral Exploration Inc.’s exploration focus is on:

  • Nickel-Cobalt/VMS/Gold in the Timmins-Cochrane area of Northern Ontario, for which it holds the mineral rights
  • Nagagami River Carbonatite and Rare Earth prospect near Hearst in Northern Ontario
  • Graphite on the Buckingham Graphite property in the Outaouais area of Western Quebec;
  • Copper-Nickel-PGM on the Cere-Villebon property near Val d’Or, Quebec;
  • Nickel-Copper-Cobalt-Gold and PGM on the Laverlochere property near Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec
  • VMS/Copper/Gold in central Newfoundland

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