GT Gold Corp. is focused on exploring for metals in the prolific Golden Triangle of British Columbia. The Company’s flagship asset is the wholly-owned, 46,827-hectare Tatogga property, where it achieved in 2017-2018 two major discoveries at its Saddle Zone. The first, Saddle South, is a near surface bulk-tonnage and potential deep high grade underground-style epithermal gold-silver vein system. The second discovery, Saddle North, is a large-scale, high grade copper-gold porphyry system with grades increasing to depth. Both systems remain open for expansion along strike and at depth.
The 2019 planned 25,000 metre drill program focused on Saddle North is now nearing completion and drilling will be completed prior to the end of October. Final assays will likely be received before year-end, with further results to be reported following receipt, compilation and interpretation of the assays. GT Gold has initiated consultation with engineering firms and others to develop a scope, schedule and budget for study work that will progress Saddle North through resource estimation and economic evaluation, with an initial goal of completion of a robust geologic model by the end of the first quarter of 2020. A full geological compilation and interpretation is currently underway for Saddle North.