⛏ Gold In The… Prairies?

PLUS: Delta Makes a Comeback

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👏 Gold In The… Prairies?

💪 Delta Makes a Comeback

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👏 Gold In The… Prairies?

T2 Metals Corp. (TSXV: TWO) (OTCQB: AGLAF) (WKN: A2DR6E) announced a third set of results from the 2023 Q4 infill and delineation drill program at the Sherridon Project in Manitoba, Canada.


  • 23.50m of 7.4% CuEq (1.18% Cu, 1.46% Zn, 6.8 g/t Au and 40.4 g/t Ag) from 38.00 m

  • 6.70m of 2.0% CuEq (0.82% Cu, 2.62% Zn, 0.3 g/t Au and 7.7 g/t Ag) from 84.82 m

These are the highest gold grades reported from the project to date. The market LOVES this and has bid up the price 35% so far — on higher than usual volume. Congrats to the team.

💪 Delta Makes a Comeback

Delta Resources Limited (TSXV: DLTA) (OTC Pink: DTARF) (FSE: 6GO1) published final assay results for the first four drill holes, and one drill hole extension, from its initial 2024 drill campaign at its 100% owned Delta-1 Gold project 50 km west of Thunder Bay, Ontario, Canada.


  • 10.0m of 15.94 g/t gold 

  • 10.5m of 1.66 g/t gold

There are more hits, and this was mostly for infill drilling. More assays are coming along, so we’ll be watching them.

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