Company Updates From Management – Mon 21 Dec, 2020

Newcore Gold – Exploration Drill results from new targets on the the Enchi Gold Project

Luke Alexander, President and CEO of Newcore Gold (TSX.V:NCAU – OTC:PRCNF) joins me to provide some more details on the exploration drill results released last week, on December 15th. The drill results are from the Kwakyekrom and Kojina Hill targets, with all drilling occurring outside the current known resource areas. I have Luke expand on the results and where follow up drilling will occur. We also discuss big picture for the project as the 58,000 meter drill program continues.

Please email me with any follow up questions for Luke regarding Newcore. My email address is fleck@kereport.com.

Click here to visit the Newcore website and read over the full news release.

Luke will be joining me for a webinar on January 6th at 11am PST (2pm EST). Click here to register for the webinar and please send me your questions beforhand to Fleck@kereport.com.


Comments:
  1. On December 22, 2020 at 6:44 am,
    cfs says:

    Lion One Reports 2020 Highlights from the Tuvatu Gold Project in Fiji

    2020-12-22 08:07 ET – News Release

    North Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – December 22, 2020) – Lion One Metals Limited (TSXV: LIO) (OTCQX: LOMLF)

    The Company has now also purchased two additional deep capacity underground diamond drill rigs with vertical ranges in excess of 1,000m. These two underground rigs will focus on testing for deep extensions of new high grade zones of mineralization discovered below Tuvatu in 2020, highlighted by TUDDH500 which returned a notable intercept of 55.43 g/t Au over 12.70m from 571m, (including 1,400 g/t Au over 0.3m) approximately 200m below one of the deeper points in the current Tuvatu resource (see August 17, 2020 news release). In addition to discovering deep extensions below Tuvatu, the Company also discovered very similar mineralization at Banana Creek 3km to the NE of Tuvatu, and has a large pipeline of drilling targets across the Navilawa Caldera.