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Monument Announces Completion of Upscaled Phase 1 Drilling in the Field at the Murchison Gold Project

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Monument Mining Limited (TSX-V: MMY and FSE: D7Q1) “Monument” or the “Company”…

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VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Sept. 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Monument Mining Limited (TSX-V: MMY and FSE: D7Q1) “Monument” or the “Company” is pleased to announce the successful completion of an upscaled Phase 1 18,000 metre air core (“AC”) and reverse circulation (“RC”) drill program at its Murchison Gold Project in Western Australia.

Highlights

  • Completion of 46 RC holes for 3,465 metres targeting the Munro Bore Extension target as well as the FLC2 and FLC3 prospects, within the Burnakura Project Area. Hole depths ranged from 40 to 160 metres and were located outside of the current resource areas.
  • A total of 349 AC holes were completed for 10,484 metres focusing on high quality structural targets defined from geophysical surveys in areas of shallow cover.
  • The Munro Bore mineralized structure has an extension into Monument’s tenement (“Munro Bore Extension”).
  • Geological mapping and interpretation of the completed drilling is in progress, and subject to results obtained, follow up drill programs will be planned.
  • All of the samples generated from the drilling have been delivered to ALS Geochemistry, Perth, and results are expected to be received between October and November 2021.
  • A drill program consisting of over 5,500 metres of combined RC and diamond drilling (“DD”) targeting beneath open pits along the high-grade North of Alliance (“NOA”) structure is at an advanced planning stage and selection of a drill contractor is in progress.

Monument commenced its Phase 1 AC and RC drill program on July 3rd 2021 (as announced on July 20th 2021) and completed it by August 21st 2021 (Figure 1).

This first phase of drilling was designed to test new high quality structural targets beneath cover for potential mineralization that may lead to the identification of shallow stand alone or satellite gold deposits to supplement the current resource base. In addition, the drilling tested the strike continuation at Munro Bore Extension that is adjacent to Munro Bore (not owned by Monument). Munro Bore has estimated historical resources of 266,000t at 1.6g/t Au (reported in “Technical Project Review and Independent Valuation Report (Short Form)” prepared by Giralia Resources NL and reviewed by Ravensgate Mining Industry Consultants in January 2011).

A total of 46 RC holes for 3,465m were completed against a plan of 12 holes for 1,260m, comprised of 1,301m for the planned Munro Bore Extension and additional 2,164m for the FLC2 and FLC3 prospects that was originally planned in the phase two. It was brought forward to take advantage of increased drill rig availability.

A total of 349 AC holes were completed for 10,484m at the Authaal East, Burnakura South and Junction targets against a plan of 430 AC holes for 16,680m at Munro Bore Extension, Banderol South and Junction. The targets were tested as planned except the eastern line of the Junction target was not drilled due to steep terrain. The depth to blade refusal was generally less than anticipated resulting in fewer metres drilled than originally planned. Drill holes were angled at 60 degrees and generally spaced at 25m with lines spaced at between 400m to 950m.

Figure 1 is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/4f5e7d03-ad4f-47d4-ad54-556b158b3923

Drill holes generally intersected lithology consistent with available mapping and included volcanic and Banded Iron Formation (“BIF”) sequences which are the same lithologies that host the Alliance Mineral Resource. In addition, the continuation of the Munro Bore mineralization could be identified by a zone of shearing, alteration, pyrite mineralization and quartz veining.

All samples have been dispatched from site and have been received by ALS Geochemistry, Perth. Due to the backlog for gold assays and multi-element geochemical results which the mining industry is currently experiencing, results aren’t expected to be received until October through to the end of November. Higher priority samples have been prioritized with the lab.

Geological interpretation of the completed Phase 1 drilling is ongoing and follow up mapping and sampling of some of the drill lines will be planned. Interpretations will be reviewed and refined once assays are received to improve understanding of the geological controls of the mineralized zones and guide phase 2 drilling program on Burnakura, which will be announced accordingly.

A full review of all historical maps and reports is planned to be completed for the Gabanintha project. An initial review indicated there is a substantial amount of information that needs to be collated before regional exploration programs can be designed. Additional pit mapping and a structural interpretation of the main Gabanintha pit area will also be completed to assist in drill hole targeting underneath the existing pits.

Munro Bore Extension Target

A total of 12 holes for 1,301m of RC were drilled at the Munro Bore Extension target (Figure 2). Three lines of drilling were completed with holes spaced between 40m and 50m to extend the tested mineralised strike length 160m, into Monument’s M51/178 tenement. Holes were drilled to depths from 60m to 160m.

An historical Mineral Resource at Munro Bore was reported by Giralia Resources in 2010, estimated to be 266,000t at 1.6g/t Au. The drilling confirmed the strike continuation of this structure at a south-west orientation directly into Monument’s M51/178 tenement. No significant drilling or evaluation of this structure within M51/178 has been previously completed.

The drilled structure is dipping to the north-east and is over 20m wide, defined by shearing, alteration, pyrite mineralization and quartz veining. There is no indication whether economic mineralization continues along this structure into Monument’s tenement at this stage.

Figure 2 is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/ef9379be-3d59-451f-93fe-55752a94b693 

FLC2 and FLC3 Prospects

The FLC2 and FLC3 targets were added to the Phase 1 drill program to take advantage of increased drill rig availability. A total of 31 holes for 1,882m were completed at the FLC2 prospect (Figure 3) and 4 holes for 282m were completed at the FLC3 prospect (Figure 4). Holes were drilled to depths between 40m and 95m.

The FLC2 target is located approximately 400m to the south of the Banderol pit and appears to be associated with the southward continuation of the same structural contact that hosts the mineralization within the pit. The Banderol pit produced an estimated 28koz ounces of gold at 2.9g/t pre-2005 (“Updated Mineral Resource, Burnakura Project, Western Australia, Australia NI 43-101 Technical Report” prepared by SRK, July 2018, or “July 2018 NI43-101 Technical Report”).

In addition to this main north-south trending structure, there appears to be structures orientated in a north-easterly direction, which were also targeted by this drill program.

The FLC2 target has been previously tested with fences of RAB drilling and several shallow RC holes that identified numerous areas of low-grade gold mineralization as well as some higher grade zones with best intersections of 10m at 3.4g/t from hole FCPH1635 and 3m at 5.0g/t from FCPH1871. This drill program has tested beneath the higher grade intersections into fresh rock, and will increase the understanding of the main controls on mineralization. The mineralization generally appears to be associated with mafic and ultramafic contacts.

Figure 3 is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/8c878603-8cc0-44a3-8213-6393de3dfb4d 

The FLC3 prospect is located approximately 1km to the south of the Federal City deposit and is interpreted to occur on the southward continuation of the same structure that hosts the mineralization there. The Federal City pit produced an estimated 1.2koz at 1.3g/t pre-2005 (July 2018 NI43-101 Technical Report). The FLC3 prospect contains several shallow high-grade gold intercepts that include 10m at 10.9g/t from FCPH1526. The prospect has been previously tested with multiple lines of RAB drilling and several shallow follow up RC holes that have not been further tested at depth. The mineralization appears to be trending in a north-south orientation which is subparallel to lithology and magnetic highs. The lithology consists of ultramafic and mafics.

Figure 4 is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/e499cd08-0e12-4a0f-9a2c-da774c43d3ba 

The four RC holes that were drilled were designed to test for mineralisation along strike and at depth and to confirm the orientation of the high-grade mineralisation. The holes intersected an ultramafic sequence containing a narrow interval of basalt that has increased deformation and alteration at some of its contacts, which may indicate the mineralization is focused along lithological contacts.

A full listing of historical drill hole details showing intersections above 1 g/t gold for FLC2 and FLC3 and accompanying drill collar plans are shown in Appendix 1.

Authaal East, Banderol South and Junction Targets

The Authaal East, Banderol South and Junction Targets had not been previously drilled and are high quality structural targets defined from geophysical surveys, in areas of shallow cover.

A total of 30 holes for 1,172m were completed at the Authaal East target which is located approximately 500m to the east of the Authaal pits (Figure 5). The Authaal pit has produced an estimated 13koz of gold at 5.7g/t and the Authaal North pit has produced an estimated 7.1koz at 2.9g/t pre-2005 (July 2018 NI43-101 Technical Report). This drill target was added to the drill plan after the July 20th 2021 press release.

The Authaal East target

The Authaal East target is located at the northern end of a north-south trending magnetic feature adjacent the Burnakura Shear Zone (“BSZ”). Deposits including Banderol and Federal City are located on north-south trending magnetic features that have been interpreted to be dilational subsidiary structures to the BSZ. There is also an existing line of drilling 320m to the north-east of the completed drilling that have 4 holes ending in assay values greater than 0.1 g/t.

Figure 5 is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/e9eef74a-c218-4ce8-a351-cceb8a5bc767 

Banderol South and Junction Targets

A total of 127 AC holes for 3,465m of drilling were completed at the Banderol South target. A reinterpretation of the detailed aeromagnetic data identified a secondary north-south structural splay deviating off the regional north-east BSZ. The orientation of this splay coincides with the structural orientation of mineralized quartz veins within the Banderol open pit and is interpreted to be a continuation of the same structure.

A sequence dominated by felsic volcanics was intersected with minor granodiorite, mafics and ultramafics. Transported cover was generally shallow and less than 1m thick.

A total of 192 holes for 5,847m of AC drilling were completed at the Junction target. The Junction target occurs at the intersection of a known mineralized north-east structural zone with a north-south structure, where an east-west trending magnetic high is observed. As the greenstone lithologies approach the east-west trending magnetic high to the south and approach two granodiorite bodies, they are interpreted to be dragged and deformed potentially creating extensional dilatational zones within the favorable host lithologies.

The drilling at the Junction target intercepted narrow intervals of amphibolite, mafic, ultramafic and possible BIF horizons that are generally less than 100m wide, within a weak to moderately strained granite. Alluvial material covered the whole target area to an average depth of 8m, providing potential to discover hidden mineralization.

The eastern most planned line was not drilled due to steep topography that would make drill rig access difficult. This area will be further investigated and could potentially be tested by a soil sampling program.

Quality Assurance/Quality Control

All drilling completed by Monument utilized the following procedures and methodologies and was carried out under the supervision of Monument personnel. The drilling was carried out by Strike Drilling Pty Ltd under the supervision of Monument’s personnel.

RC drilling used a 5.0-inch face sampling pneumatic hammer with samples collected into 60 litre plastic bags. Samples were collected as 1m splits from the cyclone or as 4m composites from the 60 litre plastic bags. Samples were kept dry by maintaining enough air pressure to exclude groundwater inflow; however, a very small number of RC samples from this drill program were moist or wet.

AC drilling used a 4.0-inch blade and cuttings were collected in one metre intervals and split between a calico bag and a portion was placed onto the ground for spear sampling 4m composites. The 1m calico samples have been stored at the drill site until assay results are received and validated. Composites returning greater than 0.1g/t Au will be subsampled using the 1m calico bags.

Coarse reject samples for all mineralized samples corresponding to significant Au intervals will be retained and stored on-site at the Company controlled core yard.

All drill samples were shipped to ALS Geochemistry laboratory in Wangara, WA for preparation. Sample analysis may take place at some of ALS’s analysis laboratories outside of Western Australia. All samples will undergo routine gold analysis using a 50-gram charge and fire assay with an atomic absorption finish. Selected samples will be dissolved by a four acid digestion and then analyzed for a suite of 33 elements using an ICP-AES finish.

Quality control procedures included the systematic insertion of blanks (1 in 50 samples), duplicates (1 in 40 samples) and sample standards (1 in 20 samples) into the sample stream at the drill site.

The scientific and technical information in this press release has been assembled by Adrian Woodfield, Chief Geologist of the Company, reviewed and approved by Roger Stangler, MEng, FAusIMM, MAIG, a Qualified Person as defined by NI43-101, retained by Golder Associates Pty Ltd.

Background of Murchison Gold Project

Monument Mining Limited holds a 100% interest in the Murchison Gold Project comprising 170km2 of highly prospective Archean Greenstone terrane located approximately 750km north of Perth and 40km southeast of Meekatharra in Western Australia (Figure 1). The project area covers the eastern margin of the Meekatharra-Wydgee greenstone belt within the north-eastern Murchison domain. Historically the Murchison Goldfield has yielded over 15 million ounces of gold since the 1900’s and is still a significant producer from operating mines within the field including the Westgold Resources operations located less than 10km to the west. and is still a significant producer from operating mines within the field including the Westgold Resources operations located less than 10km to the west.

Figure 6 is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/7369407c-887c-48e0-ac5d-574c1317daf6 

About Monument

Monument Mining Limited (TSX-V: MMY, FSE:D7Q1) is an established Canadian gold producer that owns and operates the Selinsing Gold Mine in Malaysia. Its experienced management team is committed to growth and is also advancing the Murchison Gold Projects comprising Burnakura, Gabanintha and Tuckanarra JV (20% interest) in the Murchison area of Western Australia. The Company employs approximately 200 people in both regions and is committed to the highest standards of environmental management, social responsibility, and health and safety for its employees and neighboring communities.

Cathy Zhai, President and CEO
Monument Mining Limited
Suite 1580 -1100 Melville Street
Vancouver, BC V6E 4A6

FOR FURTHER INFORMATION visit the company web site at www.monumentmining.com or contact:

Richard Cushing, MMY Vancouver T: +1-604-638-1661 x102 [email protected]

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Forward-Looking Statement

This news release includes statements containing forward-looking information about Monument, its business and future plans (“forward-looking statements”). Forward-looking statements are statements that involve expectations, plans, objectives or future events that are not historical facts and include the Company’s plans with respect to its mineral projects and the timing and results of proposed programs and events referred to in this news release. Generally, forward-looking information can be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as “plans”, “expects” or “does not expect”, “is expected”, “budget”, “scheduled”, “estimates”, “forecasts”, “intends”, “anticipates” or “does not anticipate”, or “believes”, or variations of such words and phrases or state that certain actions, events or results “may”, “could”, “would”, “might” or “will be taken”, “occur” or “be achieved”. The forward-looking statements in this news release are subject to various risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual results or achievements to differ materially from those expressed or implied by the forward-looking statements. These risks and certain other factors include, without limitation: risks related to general business, economic, competitive, geopolitical and social uncertainties; uncertainties regarding the results of current exploration activities; uncertainties in the progress and timing of development activities; foreign operations risks, including risks related to changes in mining license rights, tax rates and government royalty requirements; other risks inherent in the mining industry and other risks described in the management discussion and analysis of the Company and the technical reports on the Company’s projects, all of which are available under the profile of the Company on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Material factors and assumptions used to develop forward-looking statements in this news release include: expectations regarding the estimated cash cost per ounce of gold production and the estimated cash flows which may be generated from the operations, general economic factors and other factors that may be beyond the control of Monument; assumptions and expectations regarding the results of exploration on the Company’s projects; assumptions regarding the future price of gold of other minerals; the timing and amount of estimated future production; the expected timing and results of development and exploration activities; costs of future activities; capital and operating expenditures; success of exploration activities; mining or processing issues; exchange rates; expected mining rights, tax rates, and government royalty requirements in the jurisdictions in which the Company operates; and all of the factors and assumptions described in the management discussion and analysis of the Company and the technical reports on the Company’s projects, all of which are available under the profile of the Company on SEDAR at www.sedar.com. Although the Company has attempted to identify important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those contained in forward-looking statements, there may be other factors that cause results not to be as anticipated, estimated or intended. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Accordingly, readers should not place undue reliance on forward-looking statements. The Company does not undertake to update any forward-looking statements, except in accordance with applicable securities laws.

APPENDIX 1
Historical drilling details with significant intercepts above 1.0 g/t Au for the FLC2 and FLC3
prospects and accompanying collar location plans*

Hole ID Prospect Hole
Type
Easting
(m)
Northing
(m)
RL
(m)
Azi Dip EOH
(m)
Depth
From
(m)
Depth To
(m)
Downhole
Width
(m)
Gold
(g/t)
97FCPH3696 FLC2 RAB 642552 7004217 485 129 -60 31 17 21 4 3.19
BK146 FLC2 RC 642144 7004139 485 129 -60 105 56 57 1 1.12
FCPH1537 FLC2 RAB 642260 7004147 485 129 -60 40 17 18 1 1.99
FCPH1631 FLC2 RAB 642225 7004072 486 129 -60 40 36 37 1 1.03
FCPH1632 FLC2 RAB 642209 7004085 486 129 -60 40 17 18 1 1.59
FCPH1635 FLC2 RAB 642163 7004123 485 129 -60 40 18 40 22 1.81
FCPH1636 FLC2 RAB 642148 7004136 485 129 -60 40 38 39 1 1.03
FCPH1642 FLC2 RAB 642081 7004087 485 129 -60 40 29 31 2 0.67
FCPH1648 FLC2 RAB 642061 7004000 485 129 -60 40 31 32 1 6.05
FCPH1822 FLC2 RAB 642450 7004093 486 129 -60 40 16 17 1 1.08
FCPH1823 FLC2 RAB 642434 7004106 486 129 -60 40 19 23 4 1.26
FCPH1824 FLC2 RAB 642419 7004119 485 129 -60 40 28 30 2 0.65
FCPH1849 FLC2 RAB 641958 7004189 484 129 -60 40 5 6 1 1.11
FCPH1870 FLC2 RAB 642087 7003875 486 129 -60 40 12 14 2 2.35
FCPH1871 FLC2 RAB 642072 7003887 486 129 -60 40 32 37 5 3.30
FCPH1898 FLC2 RAB 642176 7004139 485 219 -60 40 26 30 4 0.51
FCPH1905 FLC2 RAB 642171 7004039 486 219 -60 40 36 39 3 0.69
FCPH1905 FLC2 RAB 642171 7004039 486 219 -60 40 13 15 2 1.05
FCPH1958 FLC2 RAB 642184 7003898 487 129 -60 40 37 40 3 0.63
FCPH2113 FLC2 RAB 642021 7003826 486 129 -60 40 22 26 4 0.68
FR0281 FLC2 RAB 641870 7004365 484 309 -60 45 2 4 2 1.27
FR0282 FLC2 RAB 641855 7004378 484 309 -60 45 2 6 4 0.62
F3RC001 FLC3 RC 643863 7004285 492 90 -60 25 1 3 2 0.75
F3RC003 FLC3 RC 643852 7004294 491 90 -60 40 9 10 1 1.14
F3RC004 FLC3 RC 643843 7004283 491 174 -60 40 20 26 6 2.38
F3RC005 FLC3 RC 643842 7004293 491 90 -60 40 32 33 1 1.27
F3RC005 FLC3 RC 643842 7004293 491 90 -60 40 10 28 18 4.25
F3RC016 FLC3 RC 643853 7004279 492 174 -60 20 13 14 1 1.04
F3RC016 FLC3 RC 643853 7004279 492 174 -60 20 3 8 5 4.03
F3RC017 FLC3 RC 643844 7004274 492 174 -60 35 19 22 3 1.31
F3RC018 FLC3 RC 643841 7004303 491 174 -60 50 24 30 6 0.70
FCPH1513 FLC3 RAB 643833 7004509 488 129 -60 40 22 23 1 1.02
FCPH1513 FLC3 RAB 643833 7004509 488 129 -60 40 16 18 2 0.83
FCPH1526 FLC3 RAB 643855 7004284 492 129 -60 40 4 14 10 10.87
FCPH1930 FLC3 RAB 643855 7004284 492 219 -60 40 4 35 31 4.40
FCPH1940 FLC3 RAB 643929 7004248 495 219 -60 40 26 27 1 1.73
FCPH1949 FLC3 RAB 643991 7004197 500 219 -60 40 20 22 2 0.61
FCRC0606 FLC3 RC 643854 7004274 492 354 -60 40 1 19 18 4.30
FCRC0607 FLC3 RC 643854 7004284 492 174 -60 40 5 20 15 2.19

* The angle of intersection between drill holes and mineralization at the FLC2 and FLC3 prospects is variable and is not necessarily representative of the true width of mineralization.

Figure 7 is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/31101225-9ca2-4bee-bc32-0e47a9daeb27 

Figure 8 is available at https://www.globenewswire.com/NewsRoom/AttachmentNg/ab7115b9-f982-48a3-a4cc-6d69a5a0f619








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Tarku Closes $750,000 Private Placement Financing

MONTREAL, QC / ACCESSWIRE / December 6, 2021 / Tarku Resources Ltd (TSXV:TKU)( FRA:7TK)(OTCQB:TRKUF) (the "Company" or "Tarku") announces that it has closed…

MONTREAL, QC / ACCESSWIRE / December 6, 2021 / Tarku Resources Ltd (TSXV:TKU)( FRA:7TK)(OTCQB:TRKUF) (the “Company” or “Tarku”) announces that it has closed on December 3rd, 2021, a non-brokered private placement (the “Private Placement”) for aggregate gross proceeds of $750,000. This Private Placement is comprised of 7,500,000 Flow-Through Shares of the Company at a price of $0.10 per share.

In addition, the Company expects closing a second Private Placement before December 17, 2021, that will consist of a maximum 2,500,000 units at a price of $0.10 per unit, for a maximum of $250,000. Each unit will consist of one common share and one-half (1/2) common share purchase warrant (a “Warrant”). Each Warrant will entitle the holder to acquire one common share at a price of $0.15 per common share for a period of 24 months after the closing.

All securities issued pursuant to the Private Placement will be legended with a hold period of four (4) months and one day from the date of issuance. The securities offered have not been registered under the U.S. Securities Act of 1933, as amended, and may not be offered or sold in the United States absent registration or an applicable exemption from the registration requirements. This press release shall not constitute an offer to sell or the solicitation of an offer to buy nor shall there be any sale of the securities in any State in which such offer, solicitation or sale would be unlawful.

The Company paid finder’s fees in a cash commission equal to 7% of aggregate proceeds from the sale of Units sourced by the finder totaling $38,500, as well as finder’s warrants (the “Finder’s Warrants”) in an amount of 385,000 which is equal to 7% of the aggregate number of Units sourced by the finder pursuant to the Private Placement. Each Finder’s Warrant is exercisable to purchase one Common Share at an exercise price of $0.15 until December 3rd, 2023.

The net proceeds of the Private Placement will be used to fund the Company’s precious metals exploration projects in Quebec (Apollo, Atlas Apollo and Admiral). The Private Placement has been conditionally accepted by the TSX Venture Exchange.

About Tarku Resources Ltd. (TSX.V: TKU – FRA: 7TK – OTCBQ: TRKUF)

Tarku is an exploration company focused on new discoveries in favourable mining jurisdictions such as Quebec and Arizona. In Quebec, Tarku owns 100% of the “Three A‘s” exploration projects, (Apollo, Admiral and Atlas Projects), in the Matagami Greenstone belt, which has been interpreted by management as the eastern extension of the Detour Belt, and which has seen recent exploration successes by Midland Exploration Inc., Wallbridge Mining Company Ltd., Probe Metals Inc. In Arizona, in the Tombstone district, Tarku owns the option to acquire 75% on 20km2 in the Silver Strike Project.

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West Oak Gold Corp. Discovers New Targets at Hedgehog; Samples Include 0.22% Copper in Soils, Claim Block Expanded

Vancouver, B.C. – TheNewswire – Dec 6, 2021 – Eastfield Resources Ltd. (TSXV:ETF) (OTC:ETFLF) (“Eastfield”) and West Oak Gold Corp. (CSE:WO) (“West…

Vancouver, B.C. – TheNewswire – Dec 6, 2021 – Eastfield Resources Ltd. (TSXV:ETF) (OTC:ETFLF) (“Eastfield”) and West Oak Gold Corp. (CSE:WO) (“West Oak”) are pleased to provide an update on 2021 exploration completed at the Hedgehog project (located near Barkerville, BC).

 

Highlights of the current work include a multitude of sporadic single point anomalous occurrences of gold, copper, zinc and arsenic and a cohesive cluster of anomalous arsenic and lead values (250 m in length, width unknown) on the southeast edge of the 2021 grid that compelled Eastfield to stake additional ground to expand the claim group by staking 1,000 meters to the east.   Single point soil anomalies reach 819 ppb gold, 444 ppm arsenic and 2,210 ppm copper (0.22%). The company is particularly intrigued by soil sample L899E, 8775N with 2,210 ppm copper and 8.45% iron.  Interest in this sample is is inspired by previous float samples collected further south on the property including a massive sulfide boulder grading 24.3% copper and 19.6 g/t silver collected in 1999 and five chalcopyrite rich massive boulders with an average grade of 8.0% copper, 8.9 g/t silver collected by Hudson Bay Exploration and Development in 2000 (as reported in their report filed with the BC Ministry of Mines).

 

In 2013, Eastfield discovered the Golden Sky showing, a new area of mineralization in the northern region of the claims where quartz veins hosted in sheared rhyolite returned grab samples to 1.51 g/t gold, 1.37% zinc, 0.48% lead, 1,203 ppm arsenic and 1,313 ppm antimony. A small soil grid was established at Golden Sky in 2014 but no follow up or further work was completed until 2021 (the current program) when 596 soil and rock samples were collected.

The Hedgehog Project is located approximately 12 kilometers north of the community of Barkerville, BC. Exploration models at Hedgehog include lode gold and (“Cyprus Style”) massive sulfides with most historic work having taken place for the latter.  No follow up of this year’s anomaly has yet been attempted.  Other companies active in the area include Osisko Gold Royalties Ltd.) (TSX: OR) who are currently conducting a major exploration program for gold ten kilometers to the south in and around the former operating Barkerville  Mine (the Cariboo Gold Project).

 

West Oak Gold Corp. may earn a 60% interest in the Hedgehog property by completing $1,750,000 in exploration and making $377,500 in cash and or share payments by the fourth anniversary.

 

This news release has been reviewed by J.W. Morton P.Geo who is the Qualified Person within the context of NI43-101 and who takes responsibility for its content.    

J.W. Morton, P. Geo.

President and CEO

  

Contact:        (604) 681-7913 or Toll Free: 888-656-6611

 

About Eastfield Resources:

Eastfield Resources is a well-funded Canadian mineral exploration company focused on the discovery of precious metal and copper deposits. Eastfield also holds a strategic position in Consolidated Woodjam Copper consisting of approximately 10% of its outstanding shares.  A summary of active projects is as follows:

 

Zymo: copper-gold porphyry, located 70 km west of Smithers, BC and 100% owned. Results include drill holes ZY08-07 with 0.72% copper and 0.66 g/t gold over 72 meters and hole ZY11-20 with 0.28% copper and o.34 g/t gold over 126 m. Peripheral precious metal veins have returned up to 10.78 g/t gold. Work completed in 2021 included expansions to the induced polarization and soil grids at a cost of approximately $400,000. Zymo is fully permitted.

Iron Lake: copper-gold- palladium-platinum-cobalt, located 40 kilometers northeast of 100 Mile House, BC. The project is optioned to Tech-X Resources Inc. (a private company headed by Haig Farris). Targets include ultramafic copper-gold- palladium-platinum-cobalt and porphyry copper-gold. Tech-X may earn an 80% interest in Iron Lake by completing a total of $12,000,000 in work and paying a total of $1,000,000 in option payments by December 31, 2027. Work competed in 2021 included an airborne MobileMT survey flown by Expert Geophysics Limited In June and extensive geological reconnaissance and sampling later in the season. Drilling is planned for 2022.

Indata: copper-gold porphyry and precious vein, located 120 km north of Fort St. James, BC, optioned to Prophecy Potash Corp who may earn 60% by completing $2,000,000 in exploration and  paying $450,000 (cash and/or shares)over a five year term. A number of very prospective untested induced polarization targets exist and are fully permitted. Results from previous drilling include DDH88-11 with 47.26 g/t gold over 4 m and DDH98-4 with 0.20% copper over 148 m including 0.37% copper over 24 m at the bottom. In 2019 new mineralization was exposed by logging activities in the southern region of the claims with samples returning up to 3.64% copper and 5.95 g/t gold. The Kwanika and Stardust deposits, owned by Northwest Copper Corp., are located immediately north of Indata and share similar geology.

  

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For more information, please visit the company’s website at www.eastfieldresources.com.

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