Mistango River Resources’ flagship projects are located in Kirkland Lake, an established gold camp that has historically produced over 70 million ounces of gold. The Kirkland West Project is a high-grade gold project beside Agnico Eagle Mines world-class Macassa Gold Mine, one of the highest grade mines in the world. The Omega Project is an advanced-stage project with ~600,000 ounces, along the Cadillac Break, 25km east of Macassa. Together, these two properties have the potential to transform into another world-class mining camp in the Kirkland Lake District.
Mistango is one of Kirkland Lake's most active juniors. Our Kirkland West project is contiguous with Agnico Eagle Mines Macassa mine, the world's richest gold mine. Kirkland West is strategically located along with the same prolific, gold-controlling structures like that at Macassa, and a small historical resource exists showing similar grades of 21.9 g/t. Mistango is currently drilling 10,000 metres at Kirkland West, as the project has not seen modern exploration. Mistango also owns the Omega project, ~30km east of Kirkland Lake, which hosts 585,000 ounces of gold along the Cadillac-Larder Lake Break.
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