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VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / July 6, 2021 / Banyan Gold Corp. (the "Company" or "Banyan") (TSXV:BYN) is pleased to announce the assay results from the next six (6) holes drilled at the Powerline Deposit, AurMac Property, Yukon. This set of drill holes targeted areas south, west and north of the Powerline Resource (see table 2 below) through the systematic 100 metre ("m") spaced step-out grid drilling campaign. As with this season's previously released results, this drilling approach has consistently identified significant intervals of consistent near and on-surface gold mineralization outside of the existing Powerline Resource.
"We are impressed with the stepwise growth of the Powerline Deposit through this season's robust exploration program." states Tara Christie, President and CEO. "As we enter the fifth month of the Phase 1 AurMac drilling campaign, with results from step-out drilling steadily arriving, a more complete picture of the extensive and consistent near-surface gold mineralization endowment of AurMac is beginning to emerge. Powerline is just one of many targets on the large 173 square kilometre AurMac Property and current drill testing has shifted to Aurex Hill".
Banyan has completed Phase 1 Powerline drilling with 10,476 m (50 holes) in a systematic, 100 m centered, drill grid designed to test the expansion potential of the Powerline Deposit. To date, the Company has received assay results from 30 of these holes.
Diamond drill testing on the Property is ongoing with two diamond drills currently focused on the Aurex Hill Target. As of July 5, 2021, Banyan has completed fourteen drill holes totalling more than 3,500 m at Aurex Hill.
All drill core splits reported in this news release were analyzed at SGS Canada in Vancouver, B.C. utilizing their GE_IMS21B20 analytical package which comprises a two-acid aqua regia digestion followed by a 36-element ICP-MS scan, in conjunction with the GE_FAA30V5 30g Fire Assay with AAS finish for gold on all samples. Samples with gold content exceeding the analytical thresholds of this package were reanalyzed utilizing an additional 30g Fire Assay Gravimetric Finish (SGS Package GO_FAG30V). All core samples were split on-site at Banyan's core processing facilities. Once split, half samples were placed back in the core boxes with the other half of split samples sealed in poly bags with one part of a three-part sample tag inserted within. Samples were delivered by Banyan personnel or a dedicated expediter to the SGS, Whitehorse preparatory laboratory where samples are prepared and then shipped to SGS laboratory in Vancouver, B.C. for pulverization and final chemical analysis. A robust system of standards, core duplicates and blanks was implemented in the 2021 exploration drilling program and was monitored as chemical assay data became available.
Banyan Gold continues to take proactive measures to protect the health and safety of our Yukon communities, our contractors and our employees from COVID 19 and exploration activities in 2021 will have additional safety measures in place, following and exceeding all the recommendations of Yukon's Chief Medical Officer. Over 90% of Banyan Gold employees and contractors on site are fully vaccinated.
Banyan's primary asset AurMac is adjacent to Victoria Gold's Eagle Gold Mine, in Canada's Yukon Territory, which announced commercial production on July 1, 2020. The AurMac initial resource of 903,945 oz Au (see Table 2 below) was announced in May 2020. Our major strategic shareholders include Alexco Resource Corp, Victoria Gold Corporation and Osisko Development. Banyan is focused on gold exploration projects that have the geological potential, size of land package and proximity to infrastructure that is advantageous for a mineral project to have potential to become a mine. Our Yukon based projects both fit this model and our objective is to gain shareholder value by advancing projects in our pipeline.
The 173 sq km AurMac Property lies 30 km from Victoria Gold's Eagle Project and adjacent to Alexco's Keno Hill Silver District and is highly prospective for structurally controlled, intrusion related gold-silver mineralization. The property is located adjacent to the main Yukon highway and just off the main access road to the Victoria Gold open-pit, heap leach Eagle Gold mine. The AurMac Property benefits from a 3-phase powerline, existing Yukon Energy Corp. switching power station and cell phone coverage. Banyan has optioned the properties from Victoria Gold and Alexco respectively with a right to earn up to a 100% subject to royalties.
The 2020 Initial Mineral Resource Estimate prepared in accordance with National Instrument 43-101 ("NI 43-101") guidelines for the AurMac Property is 903,945 ounces of gold. It is a near surface, road accessible pit constrained Mineral Resource contained in two near/on-surface deposits: The Airstrip and Powerline deposits. The Mineral Resource is summarized in Table 2 below.
The Hyland Gold Project, located 70 km Northeast of Watson Lake, Yukon, along the Southeast end of the Tintina Gold Belt is a sediment hosted, structurally controlled, intrusion related gold deposit, with a large land package (over 125 sq km), with the resource contained in the Main Zone area (900 m x 600 m) daylighting at surface and numerous other known surface gold targets. The Main Zone oxide zone is amenable to heap leach open pit mining, with column leach recoveries of 86%. The project has an existing gravel access road.
Table 3 shows the Hyland Main Zone Indicated Gold Resource Estimate, prepared in accordance with NI 43-101, at a 0.3 g/t gold equivalent cutoff, contains 8.6 million tonnes grading 0.85 g/t AuEq for 236,000 AuEq ounces with an Inferred Mineral Resource of 10.8 million tonnes grading 0.83 g/t AuEq for 288,000 AuEq ounces. NI 43-101 prepared by Robert Carne, Allan Armitage and Paul Gray on May 1, 2018.
CAUTIONARY STATEMENT: Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release. No stock exchange, securities commission or other regulatory authority has approved or disapproved the information contained herein. This news release contains forward-looking information, which is not comprised of historical facts. Forward-looking information involves risks, uncertainties and other factors that could cause actual events, results, performance, prospects and opportunities to differ materially from those expressed or implied by such forward-looking information. Forward looking information in this news release includes, but is not limited to, Banyan's objectives, goals or future plans, statements regarding exploration expectations, exploration or development plans and mineral resource estimates. Factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, uncertainties inherent in resource estimates , capital and operating costs varying significantly from estimates, the preliminary nature of metallurgical test results, delays in obtaining or failures to obtain required governmental, environmental or other project approvals, political risks, uncertainties relating to the availability and costs of financing needed in the future, changes in equity markets, inflation, changes in exchange rates, fluctuations in commodity prices, delays in the development of projects and the other risks involved in the mineral exploration and development industry, enhanced risks inherent to conducting business in any jurisdiction, and those risks set out in Banyan's public documents filed on SEDAR. Although Banyan believes that the assumptions and factors used in preparing the forward-looking information in this news release are reasonable, undue reliance should not be placed on such information, which only applies as of the date of this news release, and no assurance can be given that such events will occur in the disclosed time frames or at all. Banyan disclaims any intention or obligation to update or revise any forward-looking information, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, other than as required by law.
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As one of 1911 Golds flagship assets, the True North Complex is a key component of our overall corporate strategy to develop a district-scale gold exploration and mining operation around a centralized ore processing facility in the Rice Lake greenstone belt.
The True North Complex includes a modern, fully-permitted 1,300 tonnes per day processing facility, tailings management area and reprocessing operation, underground mine infrastructure (currently under temporary closure), and the True North Gold Deposit.
Existing infrastructure at True North, combined with the high-grade mineral resource, provides a solid foundation on which to build a modern long-life mining and processing operation. The site also includes the necessary infrastructure to maintain operations, including all-season road access, grid hydroelectric power and broadband communications, as well as on-site maintenance shops, assay laboratory, warehouse, fuel storage facilities and administrative offices. The site also includes a 200-room camp facility, including kitchen, dining, recreation and fitness facilities.
The True North Complex is located adjacent to the town of Bissett on the north shore of Rice Lake, approximately 150 kilometres northeast of the city of Winnipeg, Manitoba. It is situated on mineral dispositions held 100% by the Company, comprising two contiguous Mineral Leases (ML63 and ML13433), totaling 1,092 hectares.
Of historical note, the True North mine has produced more than 2 million ounces of gold over a mine life that has spanned close to 100 years, including 36 years of continuous production (19321968) from the historical San Antonio Gold Mine.
The True North Complex includes a modern, fully-permitted 1,300 tonnes-per-day ore processing facility, comprised of crushing, milling, centrifugal gravity concentration and flotation circuits. Concentrates from the gravity circuit are upgraded on a shaker table for direct-smelting, whereas flotation concentrates are reground, thickened and then leached in a three-stage leach circuit. Dissolved gold is recovered by six-stage carbon-in-pulp (CIP) circuit, followed by conventional pressure strip, electrowinning and smelting in an electric induction furnace. Gold is poured into dor bars and shipped to a refinery prior to being sold.
The original processing facility at the True North site, constructed in 193132, was destroyed by fire in 1980 and was subsequently reconstructed in 199697, with an operating capacity of 900 tonnes per day. Mill capacity was increased to 2,300 tonnes per day in 2011; however, it has since been scaled back to 1,300 tonnes per day to optimize gold recoveries from the tailings reprocessing operation.
Current process plant recovery is name-plated at 93.5% based on a feed grade of 5.5 g/t Au, but is strongly grade-dependent, averaging 80% at the current feed grade (0.9 g/t Au) from the tailings reprocessing operation, but historically ranging up to 9697% with higher feed grades from mined ore.
This cost-effective operation utilizes an excavator to windrow tailings within the Tailings Management Area (TMA) for dewatering and to load the material onto 36-tonne trucks for transport to the processing facility. Tailings are off-loaded into a screened feed hopper and conveyed directly to the grinding circuit, bypassing the crushing circuit. Tailings are processed at a rate of 50 tonnes per hour with a target rate of 1,200 tonnes per day.
The TMA is located 1.6 kilometres northeast of the processing facility in an area naturally defined by bedrock ridges around the perimeter of a previously boggy area. It includes west and east impoundments, totaling 110 hectares in area, separated by polishing pond 11 hectares in area. The current dikes and embankments were constructed in stages to industry standards, beginning in 1996, with the most recent expansion completed in 2014.
Beginning in 1997, tailings containing unrecovered gold were pumped as slurry via pipeline to the TMA from the processing facility. The potential to economically reprocess these tailings to recover gold was identified after a review of drilling undertaken in 2014, which indicated an average grade of 1.47g/t Au. Additional sampling was completed in 2016 to evaluate the resource. Tailings reprocessing commenced in 2016 with a Probable Reserve of 1,062,000 tonnes at 0.96 g/t Au (containing 32,400 ounces of gold) and an Indicated Resource (inclusive of Mineral Reserves) of 1,940,000 tonnes at 0.82 g/t Au (containing 51,000 ounces of gold).
An updated Mineral Resource Estimate for the True North tailing reprocessing operation was produced in March 2018. Assay results from 138 auger and percussion drillholes spaced approximately 60 metres by 30 metres were used to model the tailings mineral resource. Details on the methodology of the Mineral Resource Estimate can be found in the Technical Report dated March 31, 2018.
Underground infrastructure at the True North Complex includes the main (True North) mine, accessed via a 1,219 metre two-compartment shaft (A-shaft), originally brought into service in 1934 and subsequently deepened to its present depth in 1997. An internal winze (D-shaft) and ramp system extend the workings in the main mine to 1,675 metres vertical depth and are connected to A-shaft via a 1,400-metre-long tramway on the 26th (1,190 metre) level. A-shaft is equipped with a modern headframe, dual-drum hoist and 4.5 tonne skip. Several ramp-access mines, including SG-1, Hinge and Cohiba, were developed between 2005 and 2010 on satellite deposits located northeast and east of the main mine.
Underground development at True North began over 100 years ago, when prospect shafts were sunk during the 1920s and 30s on several gold showings, with only the San Antonio (True North) mine eventually being brought into production. Elsewhere in the district, significant mine development and production took place between 1927 and 1951 at Central Manitoba, Gunnar and Ogama-Rockland, which have since been closed and partially reclaimed. Historically, shrinkage stoping was the principal mining method utilized in the district, although long-hole stoping and mechanized cut-and-fill were employed more recently at True North.
The True North Gold Deposit is a classical Archean orogenic gold deposit, consisting of quartz-carbonate vein systems hosted by brittle-ductile shear zones and faults in volcanic and sedimentary rocks (greenstones). The deposit is hosted by a north-younging, moderately inclined, succession of volcanic and sedimentary rocks, belonging to the 2.732.72 Ga Gem assemblage. At Rice Lake, this assemblage includes volcanic sandstone and conglomerate, tholeiitic basalt flows and gabbro sills and dacitic volcaniclastic rocks, intruded by various felsic porphyry dikes.
The most important host for gold mineralization is a layered gabbro sill known as the San Antonio Mine unit (host to the main True North or Rice Lake deposit), but significant mineralization is also hosted by overlying basalt flows (007, 710-711 and SG1 deposits) and dacitic volcaniclastic rocks (Hinge and Cohiba deposits). Orebodies within these deposits were accessed via the True North shaft and underground tramway, or from surface declines, the latter including the Hinge, 007 and SG1 declines.
An updated Mineral Resource Estimate for True North was produced in 2018, based on data from 7,678 surface and underground diamond drillholes (371,487 assay samples), and 30,202 channel sample strings from underground workings (114,756 assay samples). Wireframe models were constructed for 73 vein sets. Details on the methodology of the Mineral Resource Estimate can be found in the Technical Report dated March 31, 2018.
Note: Mineral Resources are not Mineral Reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability; there is no guarantee that all or any part of the Mineral Resource will be converted into Mineral Reserve.
The original gold discovery in the Rice Lake district was made in 1911 by Duncan Twohearts, an indigenous trapper from the Sagkeeng First Nation, who identified an outcropping of vein quartz on the north shore of Rice Lake the discovery outcrop for the True North Gold Deposit. Twohearts wrapped his find in a piece of blue denim, marking the first significant discovery of gold in the Province of Manitoba.
The original mining claim, named San Antonio, was staked on May 17, 1911, followed in August 1912 by the establishment of a small stamp mill on the adjacent Gabrielle mining claim the first gold mill erected in Manitoba. Subsequent mine developments in the Rice Lake district took place in two main stages (19231968 and 19982017), with 23 mines eventually recording production, amounting to approximately 2.3 million ounces of gold.
1911 Gold Corporation is a junior gold producer that is leading the next generation of preciousmetals exploration and development. By design, our processing capabilities, site infrastructure and focused corporate strategy sets us apart from our industry peers. Our significant land position is located in Canada, a top-tier mining jurisdiction with vast mineral potential.Get in Touch with Mechanic