Drilling Program at the Baldwin Zone

A 10,000-metres diamond drilling campaign on the Kirkland West Project will commence on November 3rd, 2020.    The focus of the upcoming drilling campaign at the Kirkland West Project will be the Baldwin Zone, which shares a similar geological context with the Kirkland Lake mining camp. The Baldwin Zone likely hosts extensions of the gold-bearing Main Break fault and subsidiary structures, as well as the regionally important Larder-Cadillac Fault Zone. 

Target areas for the drill program have been identified based on the completed geological and structural interpretation. These include the historical Baldwin Mine and surrounding areas as well as several complex structural domains, each of which are located on or associated with fault systems similar to those that host much of the gold endowment of the Kirkland Lake Camp. 

Kirkland West Geophysics: Targeting Zones

*Important Note Regarding Historical Mineral Resources and Mineral Reserves

Mistango cautions that a Qualified Person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical mineral resource estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves; Mistango is not treating the previous estimates as relevant or as current mineral resources or mineral reserves and the previous estimates should not be relied upon. Mistango considers these results as indications of the presence of mineralization on the property and will use the information to guide future exploration but the reader is cautioned not to rely on these estimates.