Pacton Gold Receives Exploration Drilling Permit at Red Lake Project, Ontario
Vancouver, British Columbia, August 28, 2019 – Pacton Gold Inc. (TSXV: PAC, OTC: PACXF) (the “Company” or “Pacton”) is pleased to announce that it has received an exploration drilling permit for the Red Lake Gold project from the Ontario Ministry of Northern Development and Mines. This exploration permit will allow the Company to conduct diamond drilling and outcrop cleaning and stripping.
Exploration Permit Received. The permit covers the Boyden and Carricona prospect areas within the Madsen-Dixie fault corridor where recent surface sample results have returned values up to 126.5 g/t Au from selective grabs (see Pacton news July 26, 2019). Numerous historical trenches have been uncovered in these areas that exhibit positive geological characteristics such as sheared felsic/mafic contacts and mineralized quartz veining with pyrite, galena and occasional visible gold.
Drilling and Outcrop Cleaning. Pacton will immediately begin a comprehensive outcrop cleaning/mapping program followed by a minimum 10,000 meter drilling program to begin in fall 2019. Bidding from drill contractors and other logistics are currently underway.
Multiple Drill Targets. Surface mapping and sampling activities are underway at the Red Lake Gold project to develop and advance existing high-grade gold targets. This ongoing campaign has been focused on priority targets within the Madsen-Dixie fault corridor that transects Pacton’s Red Lake properties.
“First Nation’s and community communication very early in exploration stages are extremely important as Pacton advances towards discovery. Receipt of our first drill permit ahead of schedule is a positive step and we look forward to operating the first comprehensive drill program in many years over the Boyden and Carricona prospects,” commented Dale Ginn, Chairman.
Figure 2. Pacton Gold’s Red Lake property superimposed on derivative, regional magnetic maps; and high-resolution heli-mag first derivative data. Lithoprobe transect WS-2b (white & black line) is shown with two reference waypoints. Selected mines and selected gold occurrences (black teardrops) are indicated. The Carricona and Boyden areas indicate Pacton’s current field activities. At lower right, the location of Great Bear Resources’ recent discoveries are indicated, overlain on a magnetic derivative map published by Great Bear. A significant, 50 km multi-fault structural corridor is delimited by two white dashed lines. Riedel shear swarms, within and near the structural corridor, in the Carricona and Boyden areas (black rectangle), are clearly expressed by the magnetic fabric.
About Pacton Gold
Pacton Gold is a Canadian exploration company with key strategic partners focused on the exploration and development of high grade conglomerate and orogenic gold properties located in the district-scale Pilbara gold rush in Western Australia and the Red Lake District, Ontario.
The technical content of this news release has been reviewed and approved by R. Dale Ginn, P.Geo., Executive Chairman and a director of the Company and a Qualified Person pursuant to National Instrument 43-101.
On Behalf of the Board of Pacton Gold Inc.
R. Dale Ginn
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