Kirkland Lake Gold Identifies New Large Corridor of High-Grade Mineralization Along Main Break East of Macassa Mine

Kirkland Lake Gold Identifies New Large Corridor of High-Grade Mineralization Along Main Break East of Macassa Mine

Drilling through east portion of Main Break at Macassa intersects high-grade mineralization in close proximity to #4 Shaft (currently under development) and planned exploration drift off 5700 Level (intersection located 50 m east of previous drilling and 300 m below deepest level at Kirkland Minerals)
    —   Key intercept:      141.3 gpt over 2.4 m core length (Main Break Corridor)1
 
Review of new and previously drilled but not reported holes along Main Break at Kirkland Minerals identifies 700 m long by 300 m high corridor of high-grade mineralization, remains open along strike and to depth
 
Drilling on SMC East Intersects high grade mineralization up to 75 m outside of current resource, highlights potential for continued growth of SMC
    —   Key intercepts:    43.1 gpt over 2.1 m core length (SMC East)
                                     31.0 gpt over 2.3 m core length (SMC East)
                                     16.4 gpt over 2.1 m core length (SMC East)
                                     19.3 gpt over 4.2m core length (SMC East)
1. True widths odrill results being reported are not known at this time.
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