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Goldshore Reports Additional Intercepts at Moss Lake near Thunder Bay

Apr 19, 2022

Goldshore Resources Inc. has announced assay results from its ongoing 100,000-meter drill program at the Moss Lake Project in Northwest Ontario. Drilling is aiming to better define and expand high-grade structural zones within the Moss Lake deposit in an attempt to improve the overall grade and volume beyond that of the historic Mineral Resource. 

Key Highlights

  • Drilling of the Main Zone has expanded the zone and provided better definition for high grade corridors: Drilling within the Main Zone has continuity to improve the continuity and volume of high grade zones within the Main Zone. Highlight intercepts include:
    • 13.0m @ 1.25 g/t Au from 192.0m in MMD-22-011
    • 29.75m @ 1.03 g/t Au from 33.0m in MMD-22-012A
    • 13.0m @ 1.02 g/t Au from 238.0m in MMD-22-013
  • Parallel structures intersected on every section: Drilling continues to intersect new mineralized structures parallel to the main body of mineralization, within a 100 metre corridor along the northern hanging wall side of the Main Zone (see Plan View Figure 4). 
  • Visible gold found in unsampled section of historic drillholes: Sampling of previously unsampled drill core has found visible gold confirming the Company's belief that historic exploration missed parallel zones of mineralization. All assays from historic core remain pending.
  • West edge of the Main Zone defined: Drill holes MMD-21-010, MMD-22-011 and MMD-22-012A intersected a major post-mineralization structure that cuts the western edge of the Main Zone and most likely offsets mineralization to the south where it is reflected by the previously drilled Southwest Zone (See Figure 4). 

Brett Richards, President and Chief Executive Officer of Goldshore commented"Once again, we are pleased to illustrate recent drill results from the Moss Lake Gold Project Inc., highlighting continued mineralization on the periphery of the historic resource in the main zone. Referring back to the high grade feeder system identified from the March 2, 2022 press release News: Goldshore Drills 6.3 g/t Au over 58.85m at Moss Lake (goldshoreresources.com) as well as the release on the VTEM geophysical survey indicating 29 new targets Technical Analysis: Goldshore's VTEM Results Greatly Expand the Prospectivity (goldshoreresources.com), the consistency of the mineralization continues to illustrate the size and scale of the Moss Lake Project. The ongoing drilling is increasing our confidence in the extent and size of the high grade corridors within the main zone deposit to be incorporated into future resource updates and possible benefits to future mining. Additionally, the limited outside of the main zone has identified several potential parallel zones that remain open along strike and down dip and remain one of the focuses for this campaign. Also, the visible gold we are seeing in the historic core is a great indication of higher grade areas that will guide us towards a greater understanding of the geological controls in this system".

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