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New Energy Source Could be on the Verge of Transforming Green Energy Forever

An exciting new green energy opportunity is beginning to unfold…yet it remains completely beneath the radar of most investors.
With a massive global…



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An exciting new green energy opportunity is beginning to unfold…yet it remains completely beneath the radar of most investors.

With a massive global shift underway towards greener, more sustainable energy solutions, one game-changing energy source could be on the verge of transforming green energy forever.

And one company in particular – an early leader in the space, being guided by a Hall of Fame-caliber leadership team – offers investors a unique opportunity to invest in the early stages of what could be the next major green energy source.

In fact, one massive industry has already begun to turn to this new energy source for its energy needs, triggering a significant opportunity that the mainstream press has almost completely ignored.

This high-upside new green energy opportunity is happening with ammonia.

That’s right – ammonia. The very same substance that most people think of for its use as a fertilizer and in many household cleaning products.

But the way we think about ammonia is about to change…in a huge way.

That’s because green ammonia has extraordinary potential as a clean energy source, and certainly now has the attention of global energy behemoths who are collectively betting on this space to make mankind’s dream of carbon-free energy a reality.

Now here’s where the early-stage investment opportunity comes into play:

One company has quietly emerged as a significant early mover in this space.

It’s a company that has already taken significant steps to capitalize on the “low-hanging fruit” in the ammonia space…and it’s being led by a forward-thinking CEO with experience at Ford Motor Company, Magna International, and NASA.

This company is AmmPower Corp.(CSE:AMMP; OTC:AMMPF) – and it could offer investors significant upside potential as ammonia production becomes critical to fueling our green energy needs.

AmmPower is now developing proprietary technology that aims to produce cleaner ammonia – more efficiently – and in a much more scalable way.

Here are 5 reasons investors should consider AmmPower immediately for its high upside potential:

Reason #1: Ammonia Offers Significant Potential as an Efficient Fuel Source

Ammonia, also known as NH3, is a colorless gas that is composed of nitrogen and hydrogen atoms. It is produced naturally in the human body and in nature – in water, soil, and air…even in tiny bacteria molecules.

Of course, its use as a fertilizer is what ammonia is best known for, as half the world’s food production depends on it for increasing crop yield.

But it’s ammonia’s future as a clean energy source that offers explosive upside potential.

That’s because ammonia has been shown to possess nine times the energy density of lithium-ion batteries…and 1.8 times the energy density of liquid hydrogen.

This higher energy capacity is what gives ammonia its potential as a significant carbon-free energy carrier.

Ammonia is also less flammable, easier to transport, and more cost-effective than hydrogen.

While many companies and innovators are looking to hydrogen as a potential source to meet their green energy needs, the fact of the matter is there is greater potential – and less competition – with ammonia.

At the moment, ammonia is the second most commonly produced chemical in the world, but existing processes for production produce a significant amount of carbon dioxide emissions.

AmmPower CSE:AMMP; OTC:AMMPF) is working to change the process of how ammonia is made by developing a proprietary process and chemicals to produce green ammonia with minimal by-products and residual contaminants.

Some of the world’s smartest minds are now predicting that using ammonia as a fuel source will play a massive role in the global war against climate change.

In fact, industry trade publication Chemical & Engineering News reports that “ammonia could come to the (climate change) rescue by capturing, storing, and shipping hydrogen for use in emission-free fuel cells and turbines. Efforts are also underway to combust ammonia directly in power plants and ship engines.”

Of course, among the smart minds who are predicting that ammonia could play a significant role as a green energy source is AmmPower’s excellent management team…

Reason #2: AmmPower CSE:AMMP; OTC:AMMPF) is Led by a Team with a Long Track Record of Success.

One of the most critical aspects when evaluating the potential for any company is the quality of its management.

In the case of AmmPower investors who examine this opportunity will find a team of successful professionals — from large corporations – who have come together to help take advantage of a unique opportunity in the green energy space.

When such an impressive lineup of proven business leaders assembles to run a small company…it’s not because they think it’s a longshot. It’s because they likely believe in the company’s outsized growth potential.

Leading the group is Chief Executive Officer Dr. Gary Benninger, who recently stepped down from his position at Magna International Inc., a $40 billion USD automotive parts supplier, third-largest in the world.

At Magna, he held key management positions including Executive Vice President of Engineering and R&D for the Corporation and Division General Manager where he launched the automotive interior trim business and initiated the development of new technologies resulting in over $1 billion USD in sales.

Dr. Benninger also held key management positions outside Magna as the Chief Operating Officer of the North American Operations of the Becker Group, a $1.5 billion privately held automotive interior systems supplier where Gary managed fourteen manufacturing plants and as the Chief Executive Officer of the publicly traded Amerityre Corporation, a polyurethane tire developer and manufacturer.

Prior to joining Magna, he worked for Ford Motor Company as a product engineering manager, where he was awarded the Society of Plastics Engineers and the Society of the Plastics Industry Grand Awards and for the National Aeronautics and Space Administration (NASA) as a research scientist in the Energy Conversion and Materials Science Division of the Glenn Research Center.

Company President Rene Bharti began his career working in the mining industry, culminating in his role with start-up Avion Gold Corp., a West African gold company that was eventually sold for $300 million to Endeavour Mining.

Subsequently, Mr. Bharti founded ARHT Media, a technology company currently trading on the Toronto Stock Exchange, and Future Fertility Inc., an Artificial Intelligence company in the biotech space. Mr. Bharti has been responsible for helping raise over $500 million for various ventures over the past two decades, often serving as a consultant with fundraising and subsequent IPO processes.

Vice President of Technology & Government Relations Dr. Luisa Moreno has almost two decades of experience in Finance, Business Development, and Technical Research, with a focus on Technology, and Mining and Metals industries.

In addition, the company’s research and development team is led by a true innovator with a long track record of building successful R&D projects…

Reason #3: The Company’s Innovative Research & Development

AMMPower’s (CSE:AMMP; OTC:AMMPF) research and development team is headed by Dr. V.I. Lucky Lakshmanan, Ph.D., FCAE, MIMM, FCIM. The R& D team headed by Dr. Lakshmanan is responsible for over 69 patents filed and research publications in over 150 scientific publications to date.

The team is working to develop a proprietary ammonia production process by incorporating innovative catalysts and refining processing conditions to more efficiently produce ammonia & cheaper economic prices.

The company is targeting intellectual property and patents in the following areas:

– AmmPower Green Ammonia units

– Retro-fit technology

– Optimized chemical production process of green ammonia

The company’s research and development was further enhanced by the recent announcement of an R&D agreement with Process Research Ortech, Inc.

As part of this agreement, AmmPower will work with Ortech to improve the efficiency of the ammonia synthesis process by incorporating new additives and catalysts to the production process and testing different methodologies to improve ammonia formation conditions.

In doing so, AmmPower hopes to develop a cleaner and more economically efficient ammonia production process.

The AmmPower team is focused on a process that can break water into its constituent hydrogen and oxygen atoms, and then add nitrogen from the atmosphere to create ammonia.

The company is committed to utilizing carbon-free energy sources to ensure an end-to-end clean, green ammonia production system that is efficient, mobile, and modularly scalable. To top things off, the company is finalizing technology to be able to efffeciently “crack” hydrogen from ammonia. Ammonia is the perfect carrying vessel for ammonia, as it is not only safer to move hydrogen as ammonia, but is also cheaper, as it allows more hydrogen to be moved as ammonia, then as hydrogen alone. Indeed, the business of “cracking” Hydrogen is large enough to be an industry in itself, if one believes in the green hydrogen economy.


This means Ammonia production and Hydrogen cracking could be located closer to the end-user in an integrated process designed to grow with the customer’s needs.

Reason #4: AmmPower Corp.(CSE:AMMP; OTC:AMMPF) Enjoys a Significant First Mover Advantage

While experts agree that there is massive potential in the green ammonia space, the fact of the matter is there aren’t many other companies currently looking to do what AmmPower is doing.

This means there’s very little competition in the marketplace as the company seeks to establish an early leadership position.

There are no other commercially available modular ammonia units, so if they are able to effectively commence construction of modular ammonia-producing units they will enjoy a significant first-to-market advantage.

Their ammonia-producing units are planned to be flexible to fit a wide array of customers from individual organizations, large marine ports, and distribution hubs.

The company is aiming to become a world leader in scalable proprietary production of green ammonia thanks to its…

– Commitment to secure a dedicated manufacturing facility near Detroit, Michigan…

– Potential of large manufacturing capabilities and large power capacity for on-site ammonia production and experimentation…

– And the potential for physical expansion of the facility into larger manufacturing space as required by customer demand and scientific success.

Reason #5: AMMPower Has a Strong Path to Revenue and is Targeting Low-Hanging Fruit

AmmPower Corp. (CSE: AMMP) (OTCQB: AMMPF) is focusing its initial efforts to bring green ammonia capacity to those industries in need of immediate solutions.

The global marine industry is a large, readily available market that has already begun turning to ammonia to help meet its energy needs. In, fact, AmmPower recently announced the creation of AMC – AmmPower Marine Corp., that is solely focused on opportunities in shipping and the worlds oceans.


Ship owners and industry analysts alike say they expect ammonia to play a pivotal role in the de-carbonization of cargo ships, which must reduce emissions by 50% from 2008 levels by 2050.

– Over 120 ports are already equipped with ammonia trading facilities…

– MAN Energy and Samsung Heavy Industries are part of an initiative to develop the first ammonia-fueled oil tanker by 2024…

– Viking Energy expects to become the first vessel propelled by ammonia fuel cells…

– And according to one consultancy report, ammonia could make up 25 percent of the maritime fuel mix by midcentury, with nearly all newly built ships running on ammonia beginning as soon as 2044.

The future of energy for the global shipping industry seems clear – and it looks to be heavily dependent upon ammonia.

Other companies to watch in the energy transition:

BCE Inc. (TSX:BCE) is a Canadian telecom giant. Founded in 1980, the company, formally The Bell Telephone Company of Canada is composed of three primary subsidiaries. Bell Wireless, Bell Wireline and Bell Media, however throughout its push into the position of one of Canada’s top telco groups, it has bought and sold a number of different firms.

BCE is also at the forefront of the Internet of Things movement in Canada. Its Machine to Machine solutions are being used by numerous businesses, including TaaS providers throughout North America and its new LTE-M network is sure to rapidly increase the adoption of these solutions. This also makes it an indirect player in the global energy transition.

Turquoise Hill Resources Ltd. (TSX:TRQ) is a key player in Canada’s resource and mineral industry. It is a major producer of coal and zinc, two resources with distinctly different futures. While headlines are already touting the end of coal, zinc is a mineral that will play a key role in the future of energy for years and years to come.

In addition to its zinc operations, Turquoise Hill is also a significant producer of Uranium. Uranium is a key material in the production of nuclear energy, which many analysts are suggesting could be a major component in the global transition to cleaner energy.

Though 2019 was a particularly rough year for Turquoise Hill, its downturn led to an opportunity for new shareholders to get in on the company at reduced prices. Since dropping from all time highs and settling at a low of just $5, Turquoise Hill has outperformed many of its peers, climbing by nearly 150% in 2020 alone.

Supply disruptions can impact anyone, even fossil fuel producers. Westshore Terminals (TSX:WTE) is a coal export terminal located at Roberts Bank Superport in Delta British Columbia. It is Canada’s largest coal export facility, surpassing the combined coal shipments of all other terminals in Canada. The company exports thermal and metallurgical coals to markets around the world, including Japan, South Korea, China, India and Taiwan. Westshore also offers services to ship various bulk cargoes through its marine facilities. Westshore Terminals has been operating for over 30 years and employs more than 240 employees that work 24/7 shifts to ensure continuous operation.

Great-West Lifeco (TSX:GWO) continues to be a popular stock among short sellers on the TSX. This North American and European financial services holding company has seen its shares drop 8.9% year over year yet it still attracts interest from investors globally due to its healthy balance sheet, strong cash flows, and more.

Is the short interest justified? Their record as dividend payers is very strong: Great West has been paying out an average annualized return on investment (ROI) for stockholders since 1948 that currently sits just below 7%. It also offers a quarterly dividend yield with dividends paid every three months which equals about 6%, or more than five times what most people can expect to earn through investing in savings accounts today. This could emerge as a huge incentive to fight off the short sellers and keep the stock afloat for many loyal investors.

The Descartes Systems Group Inc. (TSX:DSG) is a Canadian multinational technology company specializing in logistics software, supply chain management software, and cloud-based services for logistics businesses. Recently, Descartes announced that it has successfully deployed its advanced capacity matching solution, Descartes MacroPoint Capacity Matching. The solution provides greater visibility and transparency within their network of carriers and brokers. This move could solidify the company as a key player in transportation logistics which is essential-and-often-overlooked in the mitigation of rising carbon emissions.

By: Lisa Potts


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Gold Digger: Lock up your catalytic convertor, PGM demand is about to go through the roof

Platinum group metals (PGMs) — platinum, palladium, rhodium, iridium, ruthenium and osmium — are highly valued for their wide range … Read More

Platinum group metals (PGMs) — platinum, palladium, rhodium, iridium, ruthenium and osmium — are highly valued for their wide range of industrial, medical, and electronic applications.

The biggest demand sector for PGMs is ‘auto catalysts’ in car exhausts which reduce polluting emissions in ICE and hybrid vehicles.

These auto catalysts, or catalytic convertors, account for 40% and 80% of annual platinum and palladium production, respectively.

Last year, the theft of catalytic converters from car exhausts escalated as the price of platinum group metals (PGMs) hit record highs.

Stolen converters were selling for between $US50 and $US1,600 on the black market. It was getting so bad some car owners were taking matters into their own hands.

Platinum currently sells for $US1,035/oz, which is chump change next to palladium ($US1,982) and rhodium ($US15,650/oz).

These prices are well down on all-time highs hit mid 2021, as the global semiconductor shortage forced car makers slash more than 11 million light vehicles from production plans when comparing Q4 2021 to Q4 2020.

In September, German chemicals firm Heraeus said the loss of 7mn light vehicles equates to “a reduction in demand of almost 1mn oz palladium and over 100,000oz of rhodium”.

Auto catalyst demand to hit record highs in 2022

In 2022, Metals Focus expects Total PGM demand to grow 11%, breaching 12.8Moz. That’s a record high.

“This is 1.2Moz more than 2021 and 200koz higher than pre-pandemic levels, despite expectations that vehicle numbers will still be lower than in 2019,” it says.

This demand growth will be driven by two key factors: a 12.2% year-on-year growth in car production, and tighter emissions legislation in major markets.

Tighter emissions standards = more PGMs in your catalytic convertor. Or something like that.

Turning to the individual metals, platinum will lead the charge with demand growing 20% in 2022.

“With platinum still trading at a meaningful discount to palladium, we will continue to see the deployment of tri-metal catalyst technology, which contains an increased share of platinum,” Metals Focus says.

“Platinum demand in China will also be supported by tightening emissions legislation for heavy duty and offroad vehicles.”

Palladium demand is expected to increase by almost 650koz or 8% y/y in 2022.

Rhodium autocatalyst demand will be returning to all-time highs in 2022. The longer-term outlook is also rosy.

“… the metal is unparalleled at NOx abatement,” Metals Focus says.

“As NOx emission limits across emerging markets continue to converge to European and US standards, higher rhodium loadings are needed, and this is also expected to contribute to demand growth for this metal.”

Gold breaches $US1,840/oz

Gold miners went wild this week as prices hit US$1842/oz on Thursday, the highest level in two months.

In fact, the entire precious metals complex made big gains:

Gold is slowly getting its groove back as Treasury yields continue to edge lower from recent highs, says OANDA senior market analyst Edward Moya.

“A big wild card for gold is what will happen with Russia-Ukraine tensions…the risks are growing and a small-scale attack could happen,” he says.

“Geopolitical risks and surging global inflation should keep on providing gold underlying support going forward.

“Gold’s next upside target includes the $1880 level, followed by the psychological $1,900 level.”


Winners & Losers

Here’s how ASX-listed precious metals stocks are performing:

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ZAG Zuleika Gold 110% 110% 40% -14% 0.042 $17,223,921.67
BNR Bulletin Res 63% 120% 142% 79% 0.145 $40,245,848.67
LM8 Lunnonmetals 61% 123% 98% 0% 0.86 $72,387,147.42
RXL Rox Resources 37% 37% 19% -18% 0.48 $79,591,845.07
TNR Torian Resources 36% 50% 15% 7% 0.03 $37,061,431.16
ADV Ardiden 35% 59% 119% -42% 0.0175 $41,198,371.76
M24 Mamba Exploration 33% 30% 26% 0% 0.24 $9,438,000.72
ANL Amani Gold 33% 33% 100% 33% 0.002 $45,751,128.21
MHC Manhattan Corp 28% 23% 23% -43% 0.016 $22,894,180.40
CLA Celsius Resource 28% 68% 3% -37% 0.032 $36,889,232.84
TMZ Thomson Res 27% 35% -30% -26% 0.081 $47,197,670.94
A1G African Gold 26% 26% 33% 21% 0.24 $27,349,375.44
ASO Aston Minerals 26% 38% 4% 272% 0.145 $147,900,601.50
AVW Avira Resources 25% 0% 0% -38% 0.005 $8,593,950.00
ARL Ardea Resources 25% 34% 41% 44% 0.635 $92,322,095.64
ZNC Zenith Minerals 24% 67% 44% 200% 0.36 $128,926,558.13
SI6 SI6 Metals 22% 22% -15% -52% 0.011 $15,709,583.84
SBR Sabre Resources 22% 22% 38% -31% 0.0055 $8,639,068.25
SAU Southern Gold 20% 12% -3% -40% 0.066 $14,079,697.90
MRR Minrex Resources 20% 91% 272% 168% 0.067 $51,208,059.72
NML Navarre Minerals 19% 29% 3% -52% 0.093 $128,279,182.29
PAK Pacific American Hld 19% 19% 13% -22% 0.019 $9,079,670.64
G88 Golden Mile Res 18% 4% -2% 6% 0.053 $10,035,063.02
BTR Brightstar Resources 17% 56% 150% 6% 0.07 $35,545,956.49
EMU EMU NL 16% 22% -24% -54% 0.022 $11,546,104.16
DEG De Grey Mining 15% 25% 18% 44% 1.38 $2,025,249,876.00
RMX Red Mount Min 15% 28% 28% -12% 0.0115 $17,573,499.62
XTC Xantippe Res 15% 130% 475% 475% 0.0115 $67,840,029.83
CDT Castle Minerals 15% 100% 229% 360% 0.046 $41,972,475.34
BMO Bastion Minerals 15% -15% 15% 0% 0.195 $14,611,205.70
LEX Lefroy Exploration 15% 20% -48% 58% 0.355 $53,973,627.16
BMR Ballymore Resources 14% -7% 0% 0% 0.2 $14,695,616.20
VKA Viking Mines 14% -6% -11% -58% 0.016 $17,429,393.33
WWI West Wits Mining 14% 11% -50% -38% 0.041 $79,043,995.82
LRL Labyrinth Resources 14% 14% 3% 0% 0.041 $36,086,789.76
SRN Surefire Rescs NL 14% 25% -11% -48% 0.0125 $14,356,035.32
WCN White Cliff Min 14% 47% 79% -32% 0.025 $14,829,909.98
AUT Auteco Minerals 13% 21% -32% -26% 0.085 $151,936,104.24
FG1 Flynngold 13% 16% 6% 0% 0.18 $12,052,849.50
RML Resolution Minerals 13% 20% -28% -50% 0.018 $10,830,048.88
KTA Krakatoa Resources 12% 22% 10% -21% 0.055 $17,682,595.02
NES Nelson Resources. 12% 23% -19% -53% 0.037 $6,411,642.44
A8G Australasian Metals 12% 23% 364% 0% 0.65 $26,914,230.98
SVL Silver Mines 12% 18% 2% 4% 0.235 $310,039,714.32
IPT Impact Minerals 12% 12% 12% -3% 0.0145 $28,333,128.87
MKR Manuka Resources. 11% 10% 31% -11% 0.34 $35,014,416.74
ANX Anax Metals 11% 20% 42% 104% 0.098 $34,221,323.14
AQX Alice Queen 11% 0% -23% -68% 0.01 $13,702,230.10
AWV Anova Metals 11% 11% 11% -26% 0.02 $28,661,884.00
VMC Venus Metals Cor 11% 21% 5% -2% 0.2 $30,215,736.60
PF1 Pathfinder Resources 11% 38% 27% 27% 0.4 $20,185,983.80
DGO DGO Gold 11% 10% -12% 1% 2.94 $250,431,336.00
AAJ Aruma Resources 11% 33% 58% 3% 0.093 $14,485,572.85
AL8 Alderan Resource 11% -6% -38% -74% 0.031 $12,341,416.32
RGL Riversgold 11% 31% -45% -60% 0.021 $7,676,801.72
GSM Golden State Mining 10% 29% -27% -35% 0.11 $10,385,998.13
GBR Greatbould Resources 10% 22% 94% 245% 0.165 $60,730,087.53
SPQ Superior Resources 10% 167% 273% 180% 0.056 $90,208,243.09
DEX Duke Exploration 10% -8% -48% -46% 0.17 $15,335,895.84
PNM Pacific Nickel Mines 10% 40% 121% 117% 0.115 $31,156,816.49
AWJ Auric Mining 9% 14% -17% 0% 0.12 $6,447,976.06
WGX Westgold Resources. 9% 5% 11% -15% 2.05 $859,502,255.32
TCG Turaco Gold 9% 4% 39% 79% 0.125 $56,488,430.98
GSN Great Southern 9% 7% 3% -22% 0.063 $34,071,493.50
M2R Miramar 9% -14% 6% -34% 0.19 $8,966,703.60
GBZ GBM Rsources 8% 13% -7% -7% 0.13 $66,405,209.91
THR Thor Mining PLC 8% -7% -13% -35% 0.013 $11,897,043.15
NAG Nagambie Resources 8% 2% -28% 44% 0.065 $31,495,737.80
ALY Alchemy Resource 8% 18% -5% -26% 0.013 $12,380,483.57
RMS Ramelius Resources 8% 2% -8% -1% 1.58 $1,344,446,918.95
HMX Hammer Metals 8% 38% -25% -27% 0.066 $57,864,618.23
HRZ Horizon 8% 4% 17% 17% 0.135 $75,256,714.00
CAI Calidus Resources 8% 38% 73% 73% 0.82 $340,225,261.90
KAU Kaiser Reef 8% 20% -18% -48% 0.21 $26,932,557.08
BBX BBX Minerals 7% 14% -24% -51% 0.1825 $82,803,865.50
PRS Prospech 7% -2% -54% -71% 0.06 $3,910,860.30
MZZ Matador Mining 7% 15% -6% 21% 0.375 $78,832,160.17
KNB Koonenberrygold 7% -14% 0% 0% 0.155 $11,488,015.34
MAT Matsa Resources 7% 9% -14% -37% 0.063 $21,896,231.82
MEU Marmota 7% 14% -4% -2% 0.049 $51,944,309.75
NST Northern Star 6% 5% -4% -27% 9.77 $11,331,666,966.27
IVR Investigator Res 6% 8% 0% -15% 0.069 $92,956,262.49
CWX Carawine Resources 6% 0% -17% -30% 0.175 $23,858,510.73
HAW Hawthorn Resources 6% 25% 128% 0% 0.105 $31,683,983.24
NWM Norwest Minerals 6% 11% -10% -20% 0.071 $13,184,332.83
CY5 Cygnus Gold 6% 6% 29% 0% 0.18 $20,953,432.98
MEG Megado 6% -10% -25% -51% 0.09 $3,745,245.43
MEI Meteoric Resources 6% 12% -62% -73% 0.019 $28,999,650.05
SLR Silver Lake Resource 5% 10% 4% 9% 1.85 $1,633,683,284.78
CST Castile Resources 5% -3% 3% -11% 0.195 $39,942,024.20
CMM Capricorn Metals 5% 14% 100% 115% 3.52 $1,321,990,395.81
BYH Bryah Resources 5% 23% 5% -13% 0.059 $13,120,016.15
BGD Bartongoldholdings 5% 11% 11% 0% 0.21 $19,743,199.08
RVR Red River Resources 5% 14% 2% -22% 0.21 $106,285,220.04
RRL Regis Resources 5% 14% -19% -41% 2.1 $1,585,030,225.80
TTM Titan Minerals 5% 15% -8% -4% 0.11 $162,117,861.30
ADN Andromeda Metals 5% 25% 50% -18% 0.225 $608,513,126.27
MXR Maximus Resources 4% 4% 1% -44% 0.073 $24,478,725.35
GOR Gold Road Res 4% 1% 15% 25% 1.5325 $1,331,696,053.16
SKY SKY Metals 4% 25% 26% -34% 0.125 $52,749,685.80
KCN Kingsgate Consolid. 4% 20% 172% 126% 2.26 $506,823,837.37
SNG Siren Gold 4% 0% 19% -57% 0.285 $24,909,777.29
KAI Kairos Minerals 4% 12% 0% -6% 0.029 $58,862,804.73
AGS Alliance Resources 3% 0% -6% -17% 0.15 $31,202,570.10
XAM Xanadu Mines 3% 7% -14% -17% 0.03 $40,435,128.00
TRN Torrens Mining 3% -18% -30% -34% 0.155 $11,494,714.77
BCN Beacon Minerals 3% 0% -6% 1% 0.033 $122,103,009.73
TLM Talisman Mining 3% 10% -6% 77% 0.17 $34,731,806.95
KZR Kalamazoo Resources 3% 3% 1% -37% 0.375 $53,721,918.38
TSO Tesoro Resources 3% 3% -52% -72% 0.08 $47,685,061.30
SLZ Sultan Resources 3% 21% 11% -5% 0.205 $14,254,549.75
SMS Starminerals 2% 2% 0% 0% 0.21 $5,512,500.00
LYN Lycaonresources 2% 23% 0% 0% 0.43 $11,880,000.00
KLA Kirkland Lake Gold 2% 4% 7% 7% 58 $58,700,000.00
DTM Dart Mining NL 2% 12% -31% -50% 0.093 $11,577,656.49
MML Medusa Mining 2% 4% -20% -6% 0.73 $153,887,662.74
BRV Big River Gold 2% 21% -38% -29% 0.255 $55,957,825.26
ADT Adriatic Metals 2% 7% 8% 26% 2.64 $565,785,507.60
AM7 Arcadia Minerals 2% 41% 67% 0% 0.275 $10,340,227.50
RED Red 5 2% 0% 63% 15% 0.285 $695,126,392.34
OZM Ozaurum Resources 2% 14% 10% 0% 0.1425 $8,153,280.00
OBM Ora Banda Mining 2% -6% -59% -82% 0.061 $63,324,592.83
EVN Evolution Mining 2% 3% -3% -13% 4.075 $7,606,981,884.45
MOH Moho Resources 2% 7% -3% -27% 0.064 $8,049,625.73
IDA Indiana Resources 2% 3% -6% -9% 0.064 $27,836,605.44
KSN Kingston Resources 2% 5% -21% -35% 0.1625 $60,639,774.69
NCM Newcrest Mining 1% 4% -4% -7% 25.04 $20,898,831,269.05
DTR Dateline Resources 1% -8% -26% 4% 0.078 $38,100,062.69
SBM St Barbara 1% 1% -27% -40% 1.3875 $1,007,528,409.58
DCN Dacian Gold 1% 26% -25% -59% 0.2075 $227,866,183.23
AMI Aurelia Metals 1% 6% -1% 3% 0.45 $581,416,534.79
BDC Bardoc Gold 1% 1% 20% -10% 0.475 $139,547,497.44
KRM Kingsrose Mining 1% 20% 73% 126% 0.095 $74,648,651.80
AGC AGC 1% 0% -36% -52% 0.099 $6,637,273.83
AGC AGC 1% 0% -36% -52% 0.099 $6,637,273.83
BGL Bellevue Gold 1% 0% -12% -22% 0.8375 $886,919,445.66
RSG Resolute Mining 1% -8% -43% -50% 0.3525 $397,415,347.20
FFX Firefinch 0% 10% 88% 295% 0.75 $930,727,598.00
DCX Discovex Res 0% 120% 83% 10% 0.011 $28,255,304.84
TMX Terrain Minerals 0% 0% 0% -20% 0.008 $5,886,088.07
FAU First Au 0% 33% 0% -33% 0.012 $10,190,842.34
PUA Peak Minerals 0% 30% -6% -38% 0.015 $15,620,539.80
AAU Antilles Gold 0% 6% -5% -8% 0.076 $23,408,382.00
DRE Drednought Resources 0% 14% -7% 74% 0.04 $119,161,709.14
MLS Metals Australia 0% 33% 0% -20% 0.002 $10,477,114.72
WRM White Rock Min 0% -2% -51% -58% 0.235 $35,682,581.89
MCT Metalicity 0% 0% -25% -50% 0.009 $22,503,846.33
CTO Citigold Corp 0% 0% -25% -31% 0.009 $22,669,272.73
GRL Godolphin Resources 0% -3% -20% -43% 0.14 $11,775,591.94
TRY Troy Resources 0% 0% -10% -59% 0.037 $31,631,563.33
KGM Kalnorth Gold 0% 0% 0% 0% 0.013 $11,625,120.78
CGN Crater Gold Min 0% 0% 0% -19% 0.017 $20,867,429.74
MGV Musgrave Minerals 0% -3% -7% -13% 0.33 $177,267,073.17
NAE New Age Exploration 0% 60% 23% 14% 0.016 $24,410,281.47
EMR Emerald Res NL 0% 7% 28% 40% 1.14 $613,048,003.98
GMN Gold Mountain 0% 0% -44% -66% 0.014 $14,982,088.38
FML Focus Minerals 0% 8% 8% -28% 0.28 $53,910,826.68
GSR Greenstone Resources 0% 7% 38% 16% 0.029 $23,405,281.98
ARV Artemis Resources 0% 8% 34% -47% 0.071 $92,869,826.17
AUC Ausgold 0% 1% 18% 4% 0.047 $77,494,777.97
KWR Kingwest Resources 0% 21% 153% 17% 0.205 $51,024,335.25
NSM Northstaw 0% 0% -16% -34% 0.295 $11,837,465.00
MDI Middle Island Res 0% 49% 17% -56% 0.14 $17,750,642.19
BAT Battery Minerals 0% 18% -24% -46% 0.013 $30,517,039.42
POL Polymetals Resources 0% -16% 0% 0% 0.135 $5,582,644.90
OKU Oklo Resources 0% -12% -8% -47% 0.115 $58,017,095.09
GML Gateway Mining 0% 0% -22% -56% 0.014 $31,641,489.14
MBK Metal Bank 0% 8% -24% -51% 0.0065 $18,254,727.12
PUR Pursuit Minerals 0% -4% -53% -25% 0.027 $27,420,926.63
OAU Ora Gold 0% 20% 6% -14% 0.018 $18,666,465.81
TRM Truscott Mining Corp 0% 5% 6% 89% 0.034 $5,166,012.50
AZS Azure Minerals 0% 28% 76% -14% 0.43 $146,045,788.87
ENR Encounter Resources 0% -6% 4% 4% 0.155 $47,522,523.90
AYM Australia United Min 0% 7% 0% 0% 0.008 $14,740,619.88
SSR SSR Mining Inc. 0% -4% 13% 4% 23.78 $501,949,010.84
YRL Yandal Resources -1% 1% -27% -10% 0.3825 $44,114,790.14
RND Rand Mining -1% 0% -3% -24% 1.45 $83,038,903.06
BNZ Benzmining -1% -6% -23% -53% 0.64 $32,392,015.74
WAF West African Res -1% 6% 22% 41% 1.335 $1,378,044,690.75
HRN Horizon Gold -1% 9% 10% -5% 0.435 $46,411,026.96
ALK Alkane Resources -1% -7% -25% 4% 0.865 $530,069,243.80
S2R S2 Resources -1% 25% 57% 6% 0.2125 $78,402,468.10
STN Saturn Metals -1% 1% -15% -34% 0.395 $52,096,996.04
WMC Wiluna Mining Corp -1% 13% 17% -16% 1.145 $253,577,934.00
ARN Aldoro Resources -1% -5% -5% 62% 0.365 $34,433,856.77
HCH Hot Chili -1% 3% 0% -13% 1.745 $202,831,945.79
SFR Sandfire Resources -1% 13% 18% 43% 6.88 $3,021,566,551.41
CYL Catalyst Metals -1% -6% -4% -10% 1.8875 $188,050,430.93
TBR Tribune Res -1% -1% -1% -20% 4.75 $251,846,769.60
PRU Perseus Mining -2% -2% 1% 25% 1.53 $1,935,879,974.90
CEL Challenger Exp -2% 11% 5% 4% 0.295 $288,938,858.61
BRB Breaker Res NL -2% -10% 63% 30% 0.26 $86,347,846.19
G50 Gold50 -2% 0% 0% 0% 0.25 $14,004,500.25
TIE Tietto Minerals -2% 24% 38% 11% 0.49 $357,812,074.00
SFM Santa Fe Minerals -2% 83% 168% 150% 0.22 $16,020,133.58
LCY Legacy Iron Ore -2% -7% 34% -39% 0.0215 $147,357,002.58
MAU Magnetic Resources -2% 0% -6% 10% 1.42 $322,492,802.31
GIB Gibb River Diamonds -2% -10% 33% 3% 0.08 $16,920,755.60
BC8 Black Cat Syndicate -2% 21% 7% -14% 0.6 $87,300,842.82
AGG AngloGold Ashanti -3% 0% 4% -7% 5.51 $509,376,338.15
PRX Prodigy Gold NL -3% -13% -18% -27% 0.033 $19,809,338.60
HMG Hamelingold -3% 7% 0% 0% 0.155 $17,050,000.00
HMG Hamelingold -3% 7% 0% 0% 0.155 $17,050,000.00
TAM Tanami Gold NL -3% -5% -15% -31% 0.061 $72,856,016.85
QML Qmines -3% -6% -12% 0% 0.3 $18,624,286.91
KAL Kalgoorliegoldmining -3% 4% 0% 0% 0.145 $10,503,017.00
MTH Mithril Resources -3% -9% -28% -31% 0.0145 $36,123,262.57
TG1 Techgen Metals -3% -6% -29% 0% 0.145 $6,313,614.07
NVA Nova Minerals -4% 6% 3% -38% 1.085 $201,826,559.20
CXU Cauldron Energy -4% 4% -19% -49% 0.026 $12,773,634.38
SVY Stavely Minerals -4% 0% 25% -34% 0.5 $131,785,533.26
MM8 Medallion Metals. -4% 16% 4% 0% 0.25 $26,939,454.35
AAR Anglo Australian -4% 32% 46% -18% 0.115 $65,579,716.29
CHZ Chesser Resources -4% 5% 5% -48% 0.115 $54,036,776.61
NMR Native Mineral Res -4% 2% -4% -39% 0.225 $9,523,037.53
AQI Alicanto Min -4% -8% -35% -12% 0.11 $45,925,634.04
TAR Taruga Minerals -4% 26% -6% -4% 0.044 $24,066,820.28
BEZ Besragoldinc -4% 5% 0% 0% 0.11 $24,058,994.40
EM2 Eagle Mountain -5% 26% -21% 35% 0.63 $144,649,627.92
CBY Canterbury Resources -5% 1% -16% -30% 0.084 $10,348,676.52
MVL Marvel Gold -5% -6% 13% 13% 0.06 $36,976,766.90
PKO Peako -5% -9% -41% -39% 0.02 $6,169,082.02
HXG Hexagon Energy -5% 8% -1% -27% 0.071 $33,451,037.03
CHN Chalice Mining -6% -3% 31% 87% 8.19 $3,120,216,836.46
REZ Resourc & En Grp -6% 20% 94% 22% 0.06 $28,988,735.76
CAZ Cazaly Resources -6% 0% -14% 0% 0.044 $16,999,910.28
MKG Mako Gold -7% -2% 9% -15% 0.098 $37,077,435.39
E2M E2 Metals -7% -16% -10% -56% 0.27 $40,627,227.51
PDI Predictive Disc -7% 11% 96% 347% 0.255 $334,505,752.00
GMR Golden Rim Resources -7% -4% 4% -24% 0.125 $30,745,584.75
CDR Codrus Minerals -7% -4% -32% 0% 0.125 $5,000,000.00
ICG Inca Minerals -8% -5% -1% 11% 0.097 $48,121,164.80
VAN Vango Mining -8% -19% -30% -36% 0.048 $60,477,006.34
GNM Great Northern -8% -8% -45% -57% 0.006 $11,108,831.34
AME Alto Metals -8% -7% 1% -5% 0.092 $51,219,638.66
CPM Coopermetals -8% 70% 0% 0% 0.28 $7,970,900.00
GED Golden Deeps -8% 0% 0% -8% 0.011 $9,310,217.28
DLC Delecta -8% 10% 83% 57% 0.011 $13,253,995.76
STK Strickland Metals -8% 0% 35% 85% 0.065 $80,625,688.48
MRZ Mont Royal Resources -9% 3% 50% 38% 0.36 $21,292,622.12
MTC Metalstech -9% 7% 69% 80% 0.3 $49,999,377.00
RDN Raiden Resources -9% 0% -23% -23% 0.02 $30,257,200.69
LCL Los Cerros -9% 7% -28% 2% 0.1225 $79,761,419.38
NXM Nexus Minerals -9% -25% 305% 221% 0.385 $119,501,747.89
RDT Red Dirt Metals -9% 19% 393% 165% 0.715 $195,098,456.63
SIH Sihayo Gold -11% 14% 0% -58% 0.008 $29,483,691.30
TSC Twenty Seven Co. -11% 0% 0% -43% 0.004 $13,304,069.53
GUL Gullewa -11% -9% -15% -22% 0.07 $13,326,117.00
GTR Gti Resources -12% -4% 8% -17% 0.023 $28,219,530.70
TBA Tombola Gold -12% 5% -29% -52% 0.029 $21,771,730.50
ERM Emmerson Resources -13% 4% 97% 92% 0.14 $74,735,773.35
PGD Peregrine Gold -13% 48% 42% 0% 0.63 $20,999,246.88
RDS Redstone Resources -13% 17% 17% 8% 0.014 $10,065,986.88
OKR Okapi Resources -13% -9% 5% 41% 0.31 $38,294,794.66
VRC Volt Resources -13% -13% -33% 24% 0.0235 $69,583,206.03
KCC Kincora Copper -13% -4% -46% 0% 0.13 $10,600,822.26
LNY Laneway Res -14% 0% 20% -25% 0.006 $25,698,395.60
DDD 3D Resources -14% 0% -33% -19% 0.003 $13,581,302.32
AXE Archer Materials -14% 8% -10% 54% 1.165 $310,696,844.79
PNX PNX Metals -15% -21% -39% -21% 0.0055 $18,260,967.56
ICL Iceni Gold -18% -18% -7% 0% 0.14 $18,089,473.99
GWR GWR Group -19% 46% -54% -55% 0.175 $53,124,679.30
PNR Pantoro -19% -1% 62% 33% 0.34 $493,324,544.30
SMI Santana Minerals -20% -14% 155% 51% 0.28 $41,780,745.72
NPM Newpeak Metals -50% -33% -50% -71% 0.001 $15,299,500.07
AOP Apollo Consolidated -100% -100% -100% -100% 0 $177,888,559.90



ZAGs share price exploded this week thanks to a $3m private placement with Yandal Investments, a company owned and controlled by prominent West Australian prospector Mark Creasy.

Creasy is a well-known investor with a knack of picking winners.

His holding in mining company IGO (ASX:IGO) hit the $1 billion mark last week.

ZAG says proceeds from the private placement will be used to underpin the company’s ongoing drilling programs across multiple exploration targets at its gold-rich Kalgoorlie projects.



Another goldie dipping a leg into the lucrative lithium exploration game, BNR surged before going into trading halt to finalise an announcement in relation to an exploration update.

Either we have a leaky boat or punters have confused BNR with red hot AI stock Brainchip (ASX:BRN), which is our favourite theory.


After seven months of drilling (~35,000m) RXL has increased its total resource at the ‘Younami’ project (70% RXL, 30% VMC) by a whopping 1.34Moz to 3Moz.

Discovery costs come it at an ultra-low $7/oz – an exceptional result, RXL says.

The bulk of the new gold is from the high grade ‘Deeps’ target, which now has resource of 2.195Moz grading 6.89g/t.

There are more upgrades to come, the company says, with some drilling from the last few months of 2021 still to be incorporated in the overall resource.

“We took the decision to provide an interim updated resource estimate given the very long assay turnaround times being experienced of up to 14 weeks in some cases,” RXL MD Alex Passmore says.

“Youanmi mine feasibility studies continue with early mine planning results feeding back into targeted infill drilling areas for continued conversion of inferred material into indicated categories.”

“We also continue to work on grass roots exploration activities in areas outside the immediate Youanmi mine area with the intent of making new discoveries in the region.”

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TDG Gold Corp. Samples Up To 32.9 g/t And 27.6 g/t Gold at Mets, Toodoggone, B.C.

WHITE ROCK, BC / ACCESSWIRE / January 20, 2022 / TDG Gold Corp. (TSXV:TDG) (the "Company" or "TDG") is pleased to announce the results of the 2021 exploration…

WHITE ROCK, BC / ACCESSWIRE / January 20, 2022 / TDG Gold Corp. (TSXV:TDG) (the “Company” or “TDG”) is pleased to announce the results of the 2021 exploration program at its former producing high-grade gold Mets Mining Lease located in the road accessible Toodoggone Production Corridor of north-central, B.C. Highlights include grab samples yielding 32.90 grams per tonne (“g/t”) gold (“Au”) and 27.61 g/t Au collected from locations of known historical drill collars (Table 1).

TDG’s Mets Mining Lease consists of 200 hectares located 23 kilometres (“km“) by road from TDG’s Baker Mine (Figure 1). A summary of historical exploration work completed at Mets was published by TDG in its news release dated May 19, 2021 (here). TDG has recompiled 7,944 metres (“m“) of diamond drilling of the 8,784 m reported to have been drilled historically, along with review of the 2,622 m of historical trenching. Historical drill highlights include DDH MT86-08 which intersected 25.9 m of 9.52 g/t Au and MT86-05 intersecting 46.4 m of 3.57 g/t Au (including 11.8 m of 13.93 g/t Au).

Figure 1. Location of TDG’s road accessible Mets Mining Lease 23 km northwest of TDG’s Baker Mine.

In 2021, TDG completed a ground-based magnetometer survey consisting of 25 line-km that has highlighted several trends (Figure 2), in addition to geological grab sampling over historical collar locations (Figure 3).

Ground Magnetometer Survey Results

Using GEMS Overhauser 19W magnetometer units, a total of 25 line-km of ground-based magnetometer surveys were completed in 2021 on Mets. Magnetic data imagery highlighted several trends, interpreted by Company geologists to coincide with the historically trenched and drilled tested mineralization trend, defined by quartz ± quartz-barite veining, is part of a gold-silver bearing low sulphidation epithermal vein.

Historical trenching and drilling coincide with the A-Zone / Mets Structure. The structure is characterized as a magnetic low lineament in the 2021 magnetic survey. Figure 2 displays the respective historical drill intercepts with respect to the 2021 Total Magnetic Intensity (“MAG TMI“).

Figure 2. Mets Historic Drilling And 2021 Magnetic TMI Imagery.

Grab Sampling Results

Select grab sampling was completed by Company geologists while completing general reconnaissance of the historically producing Mets property. Samples were selected based on the proximity to historical trenches and drillhole collars, targeting the quartz ± quartz-barite veins. Highlights include grab samples yielding 32.90 grams per tonne (“g/t”) gold (“Au”) and 27.61 g/t Au.

Table 1: 2021 Mets Rock Sample Results – Gold (“Au”), Silver (“Ag”).

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Figure 3. Mets Historic Drilling and 2021 Rock Sampling Results.


Select Grab Sampling: Data for geological field samples include: mineralogy, texture, alteration, and/or structure, and is located using a Garmin GPS64. Field notes are recorded in a field book and/or tablet computer. A rock hammer is used to separate the sample from its exposure and placed into a polyurethane bag with unique sample tag is place in the respective bag and secured using a zip-tie, and subsequently placed in security-sealed rice bags. The respective samples are then shipped as a batch to a third-party lab.

Magnetometer: The survey was conducted using GSM-19W Overhauser “Walking” magnetometers and a stationary GSM-19T Proton “Base Station” unit. “Walking” magnetometers recorded in situ magnetic field intensity while the “Base Station” recorded diurnal variations in the regional magnetic field during the survey. Positioning data was provided by handheld Garmin GPS64 units which were carried by each instrument operator in the field.

Following the completion of the survey, a set of corrections and Quality Assurance / Quality Control (“QA/QC“) procedures were applied to the magnetic data, including diurnal correction, low-pass noise reduction, and individual operator leveling. After this QA/QC process was completed, the data was interpolated using industry-standard Golden Surfer 12 software. After interpolation, high-resolution Total Magnetic Intensity (“TMI“) imagery was exported as a georeferenced TIFF image with matching contour shapefile.


Samples were submitted to SGS Canada’s (“SGS“) laboratory facility in Burnaby, B.C., following a chain of shipping custody from TDG to SGS, for preparation and analysis. The SGS facility is accredited to the ISO/IEC 17025 standard for gold assays, and all analytical methods include internal quality control materials at set frequencies with established data acceptance criteria. As a result of SGS’ rigorous internal QA/QC protocols, TDG did not submit external (blind) QA/QC materials, using a ‘fit for purpose’ approach with the analytical data. Samples were analyzed following the procedures summarized in Table 2, where more information about methodology can be found on the SGS website, in the analytical guide (here).

Table 2: Au and Ag Analytical Methods.











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Qualified Person

The technical content of this news release has been reviewed and approved by Steven Kramar, MSc., P.Geo., a qualified person as defined by National Instrument 43-101.

This news release includes historical drilling information that has been reviewed by the Company’s geological team. The Company’s review of the historical records and information reasonably substantiate the validity of the information presented in this news release; however, the Company cannot directly verify the accuracy of the historical data, including the procedures used for sample collection and analysis. Therefore, the Company encourages investors to exercise appropriate caution when evaluating these results.

About TDG Gold Corp.

TDG is a major mineral claim holder in the historical Toodoggone Production Corridor of north-central British Columbia, Canada, with over 23,000 hectares of brownfield and greenfield exploration opportunities under direct ownership or earn-in agreement. TDG’s flagship projects are the former producing, high-grade gold-silver Shasta, Baker and Mets mines, which are all road accessible, produced intermittently between 1981-2012, and have over 65,000 m of historical drilling. In 2021, TDG advanced the projects through compilation of historical data, new geological mapping, geochemical and geophysical surveys, and, for Shasta, drill testing of the known mineralization occurrences and their extensions. TDG currently has 78,361,085 common shares issued and outstanding.


Fletcher Morgan
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TDG Gold Corp.,
Telephone: +1.604.536.2711
Email: [email protected]

Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

This news release contains forward-looking statements that are based on the Company’s current expectations and estimates. Forward-looking statements are frequently characterized by words such as “plan”, “expect”, “project”, “intend”, “believe”, “anticipate”, “estimate”, “suggest”, “indicate” and other similar words or statements that certain events or conditions “may” or “will” occur. Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual events or results to differ materially from estimated or anticipated events or results implied or expressed in such forward-looking statements. Such factors include, among others: the actual results of current exploration activities; conclusions of economic evaluations; changes in project parameters as plans to continue to be refined; possible variations in ore grade or recovery rates; accidents, labour disputes and other risks of the mining industry; delays in obtaining governmental approvals or financing; and fluctuations in metal prices. There may be other factors that cause actions, events or results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. Any forward-looking statement speaks only as of the date on which it is made and, except as may be required by applicable securities laws, the Company disclaims any intent or obligation to update any forward-looking statement, whether as a result of new information, future events or results or otherwise. Forward-looking statements are not guarantees of future performance and accordingly undue reliance should not be put on such statements due to the inherent uncertainty therein.

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Voyager Metals Reports Additional Assay Results from Its 2021 Infill Drill Program at Its Mont Sorcier Iron and Vanadium Project

Assay Results From 6 Additional Holes Continues to Support Grade and Thickness Expectations of the Northern Mineralized ZoneTORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE /…

  • Assay Results From 6 Additional Holes Continues to Support Grade and Thickness Expectations of the Northern Mineralized Zone

TORONTO, ON / ACCESSWIRE / January 20, 2022 / Voyager Metals Inc (the “Company”) (TSXV:VONE) is pleased to provide assay results for an additional 6 holes from its 2021 infill drill program at its Mont Sorcier iron and vanadium project, at Chibougamau, Quebec. As previously reported, the program consisted of 42 holes comprising 15,178 meters of drilling, with all drill holes completed in the North Zone in order to upgrade the resource category for the completion of a planned feasibility study to be undertaken in 2022. Inclusive of these results, a total of 24 holes have been reported and additional updates are expected shortly.

Cliff Hale-Sanders, President and CEO commented “As anticipated, the ongoing assays results are in line with our expectations of grade and thickness of the mineralized zone. Results to date continue to support our interpretation of grade, scale and the continuous nature of the Mont Sorcier deposit. Voyager expects to imminently upgrade sufficient Inferred resources to the Measured and Indicated categories upon which to build a Bankable Feasibility Study targeted for completion in Q1/2023.”

As outlined previously, the goal of the 2021 drill program is to upgrade a sufficient portion of the current Inferred Mineral Resources to the Measured and Indicated Categories to support a 20-year mine life as the basis for a feasibility study which is expected to commence early in 2022. As reported in the compliant NI 43-101 Technical Report – Mineral Resource Estimate of the Mont Sorcier Project, Province of Quebec, Canada completed by CSA Global (June 25, 2021), the North Zone has 809.1 Mt inferred mineral resources at 34.2% Magnetite and the South Zone contains 113.5 Mt Indicated mineral resources at 30.9% Magnetite and 144 Mt Inferred resources at 24.9% Magnetite. The Technical report is available on SEDAR and on the Company website (www.voyagermetals,com).

Assay Results

Table 1 below presents assay results for an additional 6 drill holes. We continue to await results for a further 18 holes which we expect to be available in January. As per the previous 18 drill holes reported in late 2021, visual examination and magnetic testing (MPP) of the most recent drill core continues to support the intersection of mineralized material as generally predicted by the resource outline in 2020. We currently have 1,802 samples assayed and 1,141 awaiting assays at the lab for a total of 2,943 samples delivered to the lab. Work on completing Davis Tube Test results to confirm concentrate grades for both iron and vanadium is in progress. We continue to expect to be able to present an updated NI 43-101 resource report at the end of Q1/22 to backstop the Bankable Feasibility Study (“BFS”).

The additional holes reported in Table 1 are located deep in the middle of the target area of the program in the North Zone except for holes 33, 35 and 42 which were drilled starting directly in iron ore on top of Mont Sorcier mountain. The length of intersections in the iron formation averages 151.4 meters (about 107.5 meters true thickness) and grades average of 30.0% Magnetite (Fe3O4). This is in line with previous results of drilling in 2018 and 2020 referred to above and in previous News Releases.

Table 1 Assay Results of 6 drill holes of the 2021 Drill Program (all Assays are in %)

Figure 1: 2021 Drill Location Map

Qualified Persons Statements

The technical information contained in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Pierre-Jean Lafleur, P.Eng. (OIQ), who is a Qualified Person with respect to the Company’s Mont Sorcier Project as defined under National Instrument 43-101.

About Voyager Metals Inc.

Voyager Metals Inc is a mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The Company is focused on advancing its Mont Sorcier, Vanadium-rich, Magnetite Iron Ore Project, in Chibougamau, Quebec. As reported in the compliant NI 43-101 Technical Report – Mineral Resource Estimate of the Mont Sorcier Project, Province of Quebec, Canada completed by CSA Global and dated June 25, 2021, the South Zone contains 113.5 Mt Indicated mineral resources at 30.9% Magnetite and 144 Mt Inferred resources at 24.9% Magnetite and the North Zone has 809.1 Mt inferred mineral resources at 34.2% Magnetite


Cliff Hale-Sanders, President & CEO
Tel: 416-819-8558
[email protected]

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Neither TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

This news release contains “forward-looking information” including statements with respect to the future exploration performance of the Company. This forward-looking information involves known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause the actual results, performance or achievements of the Company to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements of the Company, expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. These risks, as well as others, are disclosed within the Company’s filing on SEDAR, which investors are encouraged to review prior to any transaction involving the securities of the Company. Forward-looking information contained herein is provided as of the date of this news release and the Company disclaims any obligation, other than as required by law, to update any forward-looking information for any reason. There can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate and the reader is cautioned not to place undue reliance on such forward-looking information.

SOURCE: Voyager Metals Inc.

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