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Falcon Gold intersects visible au at Central Canada project NW of Thunder Bay

Feb 22, 2021

Preliminary results for three drill holes included a visible gold sample that assayed 20.5 grams per tonne over 0.3 metres.

Falcon Gold Corp has announced preliminary results for drill holes CC 20-10, CC20-11 and the upper half of CC20-12 from the company’s Central Canada gold mine project in northern Ontario, which included a visible gold sample that assayed 20.5 grams per tonne (g/t) gold over 0.3 metres (m).  

The company noted that the three holes reported penetrated the Central Canada main mine trend with gold mineralized intersections, with the balance of CC20-12 as well as the analyses for the final five holes of the program pending.    

“Our drill program is continuing to expand the potential of the Central Canada gold mine. The results from Falcon's fall drilling gives us more than encouragement that the historic gold resources of this mine were as advertised back in 1934,” Falcon Gold CEO Karim Rayani said in a statement.

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