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Solstice Gold Corp. (SGC.V) (“Solstice”, the “Company”, “we” or “our”) announces results from a six-hole reconnaissance-scale diamond drill program on the 45km2 Enterprise target area, part of our 100% owned, 928km2 landholdings in the Meliadine area, located only 26km from Rankin Inlet, Nunavut (Figure 1). The prime objective of the drill program was to test for gold potential in the land accessible portions of the Enterprise area, a five km2 rotated block underlain by prospective rocks developed adjacent, and related, to a regional scale ‘break’ or shear zone. Hole locations and target areas are shown in Figure 1.
Solstice Gold Corp. (“we”, “our” “the Company”) (SGC:TSX.V) is pleased to announce the successful completion of field mapping on part of our 928 km2 Meliadine area property in Nunavut. Mapping has significantly advanced our understanding of the geology of the 50 km2 target area, referred to as “Enterprise”. As a result, the company has initiated drilling on several priority targets described in more detail below.
Solstice Gold Corp. (SGC.V) (“Solstice”, the “Company”, “us”, “we” or “our”) is pleased to announce mobilization has begun in advance of our field program (the “Program”) at our 100% owned 928 km2 Kahuna Gold Project (“Kahuna” or the “Project”), located near Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. Sandy has significant expertise in the region with extensive experience in the discovery, exploration, permitting and development of gold deposits.
Solstice Gold Corp. (SGC.V) (“Solstice”, the “Company”, “we” or “our”) is pleased to announce that we have received standalone permits necessary for the exploration work to be undertaken at our 100% owned 920 km2 Kahuna Gold Project (“Kahuna” or the “Project”), located near Rankin Inlet, Nunavut. The permits allow the Company to complete up to 20,000 metres of drilling in 75-100 holes, geophysics, rock and soil sampling throughout the Project. The three key permitting bodies include Crown-Indigenous Relations and Northern Affairs Canada (“CIRNAC”), the Nunavut Water Board (“NWB”) and the Kivalliq Inuit Association (“KIA”). The permits range in length from 2-5 years and are either extendable or renewable.