⛏ Bonanza Gold — Guess Where?

PLUS: Stock Jumps On Copper Results

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😎 Bonanza Gold — Guess Where?

😲 Stock Jumps On Copper Results

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😎 Bonanza Gold — Guess Where?

Great Pacific Gold Corp. (TSXV: GPAC) (OTCQX: FSXLF) (Germany: 4TU), a sponsoring partner of TNBR, has recently reported a high-grade gold discovery at its Lauriston Project in Victoria, Australia. These are some follow-up results:


  • 8m of 106 g/t Gold including 5m at 166 g/t Gold including 2m at 413 g/t Gold including 1m at 468 g/t Gold and 1m at 358 g/t Gold

This is not nothing, and the company is cashed up. Is this Kirkland Lake 2.0?

😲 Stock Jumps On Copper Results

American Pacific Mining Corp (CSE: USGD / OTCQX: USGDF / FWB: 1QC) reports the third and final batch of assay results from the 2023 resource definition and geotechnical drill programs at the Palmer Project in the Porcupine Mining District of the Haines Borough, Alaska, USA.


  • 43.8 m of 8.22% CuEq (6.54% Cu, 3.15% Zn, 0.42 g/t Au and 27.97 g/t Ag)

  • 37.1 m of 8.40% CuEq (4.57% Cu, 8.44% Zn, 0.50 g/t Au and 29.33 g/t Ag)

The stock is up 30% on the news on 10x average volume. Impressive.

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