Marathon Gold Files NI 43-101 Technical Report Preliminary Economic Assessment of the Valentine Lake Gold Project, Newfoundland
TORONTO, Nov. 30, 2018 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Marathon Gold Corporation (“Marathon” or the “Company”) (TSX:MOZ) is pleased to announce that it has filed a National Instrument 43-101 (“NI 43-101″) Technical Report Economic Assessment in respect of the Company’s Valentine Lake Gold Project. The technical report is available for review on SEDAR (www.sedar.com) and on the Company’s website (www.marathon-gold.com)
The results of the Preliminary Economic Assessment were originally presented in a news release dated October 30, 2018, which is also available for review on SEDAR and the Company’s website. There are no material differences between the results announced in the news release and the results in the Technical Report.
Marathon is a Toronto based gold exploration company rapidly advancing its 100% owned Valentine Lake Gold Camp located in Newfoundland, one of the top mining jurisdictions in the world. The Valentine Lake Gold Camp currently hosts four near-surface, mainly pit-shell constrained, deposits with measured and indicated resources totaling 2,691,400 oz. of gold at 1.85 g/t and inferred resources totaling 1,531,600 oz. of gold at 1.77 g/t. The majority of the resources occur in the Marathon and Leprechaun deposits, which also have resources below the pit shell. Both deposits are open to depth and on strike. Gold mineralization has been traced down over 350 meters vertically at Leprechaun and almost a kilometer at Marathon. The four deposits outlined to date occur over a 20-kilometer system of gold bearing veins, with much of the 24,000-hectare property having had little detailed exploration activity to date.
The Valentine Lake Gold Camp is accessible by year-round road and is located in close proximity to Newfoundland’s electrical grid. Marathon maintains a 50-person all-season camp at the property. Recent metallurgical tests have demonstrated 93% to 98% recoveries via conventional milling and 50% to 70% recoveries via low cost heap leaching at both the Leprechaun and Marathon Deposits.
To find out more information on the Valentine Lake Gold Camp please visit www.marathon-gold.com.
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