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VIDEO: Beauce Gold $BGF – Drilling in 2021 To Locate Hard Rock Source of Canada’s First Gold Rush $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 8:09 PM on Sunday, May 16th, 2021

This is is she summer where Beauce could prove through drilling it has located the hardrock source of Canada’s 1st gold-rush, one that pre-dates the Yukon and responsible for 2 of the largest nuggets found in Canada.

If they are successful they may be on to a major discovery.

What is surprising is that no one ever thought to explore the iconic historical placer deposit this way previously, even though it has been well known for 150 years. Beauce believes it has unlocked the geological puzzle that supported commercial placer production without ever understanding where the gold came from.

The project area has been exploited, but never systematically explored. Beauce has diligently carried out work over the years leading to this moment. With the first reported discovery of multiple gold bearing bedrock structures, Beauce believes they have found the likely source of the placer gold nuggets that supported the historic gold rush.

President & CEO of Beauce Gold ( BGF:TSXV ) Patrick Levasseur speaks to the importance of their recent discovery and what the future holds for this exciting SmallCap gold project.

Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca Megantic Overburden Sample Returns 10 Grams per Ton Gold in the Vicinity of the Bella Fault Line $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 5:58 PM on Monday, April 12th, 2021
  • Glacial overburden sampling program identified a second placer to hardrock property
  • Holds the potential for new gold discovery in Southern Quebec
  • Similar geological model to flagship Saint-Simon-les-Mines Beauce Gold property where fault line is on strike of historical placer gold deposit

Beauce Gold Fields (TSXV: BGF) (Champs D’Or en Beauce),(“BGF”), is pleased to announce the results of its glacial overburden sampling program of 31 placer to hardrock properties staked throughout southern Quebec. The highest return from a 20kg sample came from the Megantic property returning 10 grams per ton of placer gold from a sand & gravel bank that crosses the Bella Fault line.

Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields said, “We are very excited that our sampling program has allowed us to identified a second placer to hardrock property that holds the potential for new gold discoveries in Southern Quebec.” Mr. Levasseur added: “The Megantic property holds a similar geological model to the company’s flagship Saint-Simon-les-Mines Beauce Gold property whereby a major geological fault line follows along strike the historical placer gold deposit. We look forward to investigating these anomalies further this summer.”

Between October and December 2020, the Company collected 71, 20kg overburden samples from sand and gravel pits found on 31 prospective placer to hardrock properties staked throughout southern Quebec (press release January 12, 2021). The objective was to identify placer gold anomalies in order to potentially trace their origins back to a lode gold deposit. A second objective was to identify sand & gravel banks of good size with the potential of holding interesting gold values for possible placer gold mining. Of all the samples taken, properties which recorded grades greater than 0.1 g /t Au were retained for further exploration.

RESULTS OF THE 2020 OVERBURDEN SURVEY

The 71 samples were processed by ExploLab in Val D’Or Quebec. Each sample of about 20kg was sifted through various mesh sizes to remove coarse materials. Coarse gold was recovered using various gravimetric methods. The concentrates were sent to Act Labs for analysis. (Disclosure : ExploLab is owned and operated by a Director of the Company).

With the exception of thePozer River and Lac Etchemin samples, the samples which revealed interesting gold grades came from the Mégantic region. Several anomalous samples are located near the Bella fault which crosses the Ditton, Chartierville, Chesam and the Bergeron River sectors of the Megantic property.

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VIDEO – Beauce Gold $BGF.ca Discovers 60 Year Old Treasure of 344 Missing Drill Logs Worth Millions $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-JC at 4:01 PM on Tuesday, February 23rd, 2021

You never know where the path to discovery is going to take you. Join in for the moment with Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields (BGF:TSXV) and his incredible story tracking down over 344 old drill logs from their St-Simon-Les-Mines Gold project, site of Canada’s first gold rush.

It is a treasure find of epic exploration proportions. Not only are the drill core logs and related documents of historical significance for the greater placer story and future development; the information gathered would cost millions of shareholder dollars to generate today.

The find could very well be the catalyst for the first diamond drill program in the area in over 100 years. Beauce intends to test their exploration theory in search of the mother lode that supplied the original placer gold rush.

Watch this great interview with Beauce Gold CEO Patrick Levasseur to hear this great story and why Beauce is exploring such a historically significant project.

Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca Buys Missing Drill Logs Adding 344 Never Reported Drill Holes $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 9:28 AM on Thursday, January 21st, 2021
  • Acquired never before published exploration data from 1957 to 1965
  • This effectively triples the overburden drilling data that will give Beauce unprecedented overview of the placer channel

Beauce Gold Fields (TSXV: BGF) (Champs D’Or en Beauce), (“BGF”), is pleased to announce that it has acquired, from a Private Collector, a trove of never before published exploration data by the Beauce Placer Mining company that operated from 1957 to 1965 on the company’s Beauce Gold property located in Saint-Simon-les-Mines, Quebec.

Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields said, “This effectively triples the overburden drilling data that will give us an unprecedented overview of the placer channel.” Mr. Levasseur added: “The data will have a profound impact in orientating our future rock drilling program to uncover the source of the gold placers.”

Figure 1: Drill Hole Map 1958, St-Gustave Road and Drill Operator

Active from 1957 to 1965, the Beauce Placer Company was the largest placer gold mining operation in eastern North America. Yet, there was very little documentation available of the work completed during that period. Historical reports found on the Government of Quebec’s geology and mining data registry are but brief summaries and observations. Missing were drill hole logs and subsequent results, geophysics data, field surveys, compilation maps and for that matter, all aspects pertaining to the dredge mining operation itself. These have now been found.

According to the Collector, the documents originated from a field office the Beauce Placer Mining Company occupied in Beauceville, Quebec. The office was abandoned in the 1970s leaving behind filing cabinets full of documents. The documents were given to the Collector, a businessman from St-Simon-les-Mine. Being an avid antiques collector, he recognized the importance of preserving historical documentation pertaining to his town’s heritage.

Document Highlights

– Total 344 drill logs from 7-inch wide overburden drill holes down to bedrock:

  • Gilbert River (St-Simon-les-Mine) – 252 holes
  • Famine River – 40 holes
  • Chaudière River – 36 holes
  • Riviere Du Loup – 12 holes
  • Ruisseau Des Meule – 4 holes

– Geophysics
– Claims and property agreements
– Land surveys
– Documentation regarding the operation of the dragline and the Yuba dredge
– Daily back office operation
– Gold receipts from the mint

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Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca Stakes 30 Placer to Hard Rock Gold Properties $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 4:37 PM on Tuesday, January 12th, 2021
  • Staked a portfolio of prospective placer to hard rock gold anomalies throughout southern Quebec
  • The Mégantic property extends for at least 30 km along the axis of the Bella Fault.

Beauce Gold Fields (Champs D’Or en Beauce) (TSXV: BGF), (“BGF”), is pleased to announce that it has acquired through map staking, a portfolio of prospective placer to hard rock gold anomalies throughout southern Quebec. The Beauce, the Megantic and Quebec’s Eastern Townships are considered to be the most suitable regions for the discovery of gold deposits near or under former gold placers.

Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields said, “Just as major gold companies have found new value in storied placer gold districts of BC’s Cariboo and the Kondike in Yukon, we see untapped potential in Quebec’s placer gold properties.” Mr. Levasseur added: “For example, the Megantic property holds a similar geological model to the company’s flagship Saint-Simon-les-Mines Beauce Gold property whereby a major geological fault line follows along strike historical placer gold deposits.”

The Mégantic property is limited to the southwest by the American border of New Hampshire and to the northeast by Lac Mégantic. The property extends for at least 30 km along the axis of the Bella Fault. It is divided into four areas: the Ditton, the Mining Brook, the Chesham and Bergeron rivers.

The Mégantic property is located at the foot of the granite intrusion of Mont Mégantic. It partly occupies the Compton Formation composed of graphitic and pelitic metasedimentary rocks of Siluro-Devonian age. These sedimentary rocks are in discordant contact in the center of the terrain with the volcanic facies (basalts, andesites and dacites) of the Siluro-Devonian Formation of the Frontenac Formation. The Bella fault, which is the major structural element of the Mégantic property, is in contact between the Compton and Frontenac Formations. Observations at Mount Saddle suggest several intrusive phases that would be favourable to the establishment of gold mineralization.

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Beauce Gold Fields $BGF.ca Completes Rang St-Gustave Trench Work; More than 100 Samples Sent to Laboratory $KG.ca $OSK.ca $TIG.ca $GSR.ca $ATC.ca $WGO.ca $OR.ca $KGC.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 4:14 PM on Wednesday, January 6th, 2021
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  • Mechanized excavations of the overburden exposed the bedrock before it plunges deeper into the historical placer gold channel.
  • Geological mapping and structural study to the east and west of Rang St-Gustave road will provide requisite data to optimize the drill program

Montreal, Quebec–(Newsfile Corp. – January 6, 2021) – Beauce Gold Fields (Champs D’Or en Beauce) (TSXV: BGF) (“BGF”), is pleased to announce that it has completed its trenching and rock outcrop exploration program in the Rang St-Gustave sector of the gold property located in St-Simon-Les-Mines in the Beauce region of southern Quebec.

Patrick Levasseur, President and CEO of Beauce Gold Fields said, “The Rang St-Gustave area was the site of the only major placer mining and dredging operation in eastern North America. In this same sector, the company discovered a major geological fault which could explain, in part, the gold bearing structures.” Mr. Levasseur added: “The data provided by the survey and sampling of the trenches will better guide our future rock drilling program to uncover the source of the gold placers.”

Figure 1. Location of the trenches made in the St-Gustave sector and trajectory of the Yuba dredge used during the exploitation of the gold placer.

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