Talisker Resource – A Company Introduction To The Bralorne, Ladner, and Golden Hornet Projects

Terry Harbort,  President and CEO of Talisker Resources  (TSX.V: TSK) (OTCQX: TSKFF), joins us to introduce their portfolio of exploration and development properties in British Columbia, and the various 2022 work programs.  We start off with more background on how the company stake a large land position in the Spences Bridge gold belt, for true greenfields exploration.  We focus in on the flagship Bralorne Project, the 150,000 meters that have been drilled, and the upcoming resource estimate in the works.  The Company goal is to prove up 1.5-2 million ounces over time at Bralorne, and so far the average grade has been in the 7-9 g/t range.  With New Gold as key stakeholder, one area being explored is the economic feasibility of trucking ore over to their New Afton processing center that still has plenty of spare capacity, so this would give Talisker an easy pathway into production to build up revenues that could be used to build their own mill further in the future.


We transition over to discussing some of the other exploration projects, with Ladner being a large 14,000 hectares land position where the Company is targeting resource expansion, along with earlier stage soil samples and targeting for future exploration drilling.    Next we reviewed the maiden drill program completed in January of 2022 at the Golden Hornet Project, where all 14 holes encountered mineralization with some impressive high-grade intercepts.  In addition, the company also has the Nova Project, Cyclone Project, and the Remington regional targets.   We wrap up with a breakdown of the management team, share structure, key stakeholders, and company financials.


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