Taiga Gold Corp Commences Field Work at the Sam Gold Project in Saskatchewan, Canada

July 2, 2020

Taiga Gold Corp.

Ellis Martin Reports

In this segment of The Ellis Martin Report we with speak with Tim Termuende, President and CEO of Taiga Gold Corp (CSE:TGC) (OTC:TGGDF) about the company’s launching field work at their Sam Gold Project in Saskatchewan. Mr. Termuende also reviews work at the Fisher Gold Project with a look at the sector as a whole.

Listen to the full interview below:


Related story: Taiga Commences Field Work on SAM Gold Project, Saskatchewan


Sam Gold Project – Project Summary

The 1004 ha SAM Property lies 15km west of Flin Flon Manitoba and approximately 10 km NW of both the Flexar and Birch Lake mines. The property hosts considerable potential for structurally hosted gold mineralization which is the focus of exploration efforts. It also is host to the the SAM Zone, a volcanogenic massive sulphide (“VMS”) polymetallic deposit with a historical resource (non-43-101 compliant) of 29,024 tonnes at 2.95% Cu. Access is by winter road or float plane to the north end of Amisk Lake where drill roads access the property. Float/ski plane can be used to access Wolverine Lake within the property. 

The claims are 100% owned by Taiga Gold Corp. with no underlying royalties or encumbrances.

Taiga Gold Corp. 

Taiga Gold Corp. (TGC:CSE) is a mineral exploration company focussing on gold and operating in vicinity of SSR Mining’s Seabee Gold Operation located in eastern Saskatchewan.

For more information visit https://www.taigagold.com/

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