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$GR.ca Great Atlantic Drilling Intersects 7.89% Zinc EQ over 34.3 Meters 100% Owned Keymet Base Metal – Precious Metal Project $SIC.ca $LAB.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 9:18 AM on Friday, January 18th, 2019
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  • Drill results for holes 10 – 22 completed during 2018 exploration
  • Drilling conducted 1.5 km northwest of the historic Keymet Mine
  • Ky-18-14: 7.89% zinc equivalent over 34.3 m

GREAT ATLANTIC RESOURCES CORP. (TSXV.GR) (the “Company” or “Great Atlantic”) is pleased to announce it has received drill core analytical results for 13 holes (Ky-18-10 to Ky-18-22) completed during the 2018 diamond drilling program at its Keymet Base Metal – Precious Metal Property, located near Bathurst, northeast New Brunswick. The program was conducted in the northwest region of the property approximately 1.5 km northwest of the historic Keymet Mine. Highlights include (core length):

  • Ky-18-14: 7.89% zinc equivalent over 34.3 meters (From 46.20 m to 80.50 m)
  • Ky-18-10: 10.91% zinc equivalent over 3.27 meters (From 85.03m to 88.30 m)
  • Elmtree 12 vein: System traced to approximately 145 meters depth, open at depth
  • Elmtree 12 vein: Strike length of approximately 110 meters and open along strike

Vein with semi-massive sulfides in Drill Hole Ky-18-14 at Elmtree 12 Vein System

The 2018 drilling program (13 holes totalling 1,484 meters) was conducted in the northwest region of the Keymet property. Eleven drill holes (Ky-18-10 to Ky-18-18, Ky-18-21 and Ky-18-22) tested the Elmtree 12 vein system as in-fill drilling and along strike with some holes testing deeper than previous drilling. Company management speculate the Elmtree 12 vein system to be striking approximately north-south and sub-vertical. Great Atlantic had previously drilled six holes in the Elmtree 12 vein system during 2015 and 2017, intersecting zinc, copper, lead and silver bearing polymetallic veins (News Releases of February 23, 2016, December 20, 2017 and March 2, 2018). Two drill holes (Ky-18-19 and Ky-18-20) tested the continuation of another base metal and silver bearing vein southwest of the Elmtree 12 vein system. This vein was discovered during 2017 drilling (Ky-17-8: 18.8% Zn, 3.5% Cu and 576 g/t Ag over 1.27 meters core length – News Release of March 2, 2018).

Sulfide Bearing Veins in Drill Hole Ky-18-14 at Elmtree 12 Vein System

Intersections from 2015, 2017 and 2018 diamond drilling programs in the area of the Elmtree 12 vein system include the following (core length):

Hole ID From (m) To (m) Length (m) Zn Equiv.
(%)
Zn (%) Cu (%) Pb (%) Ag
(g/t)
Au
(g/t)
2015 Diamond Drill Holes:
Ky-15-3 30.10 32.20 2.10
3.28
Ky-15-3 60.80 62.60 1.80 22.77 16.68 1.11 0.44 152
Ky-15-4 90.07 94.35 4.28 10.44 8.68 0.29 0.2 44.8
2017 Diamond Drill Holes:

Ky-17-5 81.00 81.80 0.80 20.24 13.65 1.20 0.45 166
Ky-17-6 119.45 131.50 12.05 8.31 3.54 0.92 0.28 115.6
Ky-17-6 incl. 119.45 124.40 4.95 16.05 7.67 1.57 0.48 209.3
Ky-17-6 148.80 149.75 0.95




4.9
Ky-17-6 164 183.96 19.96 0.64
Ky-17-8 31.00 32.27 1.27 39.90 18.8 3.55 1.16 576
Ky-17-9 45.75 47.13 1.38 6.29 4.29 0.29 0.23 55.4
2018 Diamond Drill Holes:
Ky-18-10 85.03 88.30 3.27 10.91 7.91 0.53 0.21 77.2
Ky-18-10 incl. 85.74 86.74 1.00 25.59 16.80 1.60 0.55 223
Ky-18-11 108.70 109.40 0.70 4.95 3.89 0.11 0.14 33.9
Ky-18-12 78.82 84.55 5.73 7.88 4.07 1.19 0.23 39.2
Ky-18-12 incl. 78.82 79.64 0.82 14.03 10.90 1.07 0.09 24.8
Ky-18-12 incl. 83.35 84.55 1.20 21.65 8.90 3.81 0.60 157
Ky-18-13 80.00 81.00 1.00
1.76
Ky-18-14 46.20 80.50 34.30 7.89 3.29 0.88 0.26 112.6
Ky-18-14 incl. 46.20 49.20 3.00 56.23 9.04 9.19 2.16 1158
Ky-18-14 incl. 62.48 63.00 0.52 18.49 15.45 0.96 0.13 32
Ky-18-14 incl. 67.00 67.60 0.60 13.59 13.05 0.09 0.05 14
Ky-18-14 incl. 76.00 80.50 4.50 14.27 12.08 0.31 0.30 59.8
Ky-18-16 77.20 77.72 0.52 33.48 4.47 7.85 0.72 478
Ky-18-17 10.43 11.00 0.57 11.72 6.37 0.10 6.08 14.5
Ky-18-17 67.00 67.50 0.50 7.23 6.05 0.21 0.15 27.5
Ky-18-18 72.50 73.50 1.00 2.74 2.04 0.09 0.11 19.6
Ky-18-19 13.02 13.72 0.70
1.05
Ky-18-20 32.00 32.28 0.28 10.75 2.39 1.82 0.87 164
Ky-18-21 145.50 147.00 1.50 8.26 2.31 0.89 0.81 156.6

Zinc equivalent (% Zn Equiv.) values for drill hole intersections are based on the following metal prices (as of January 16, 2019): Zinc US$2,467 / tonne (US$1.119 / lb.), Lead US$1,953 / tonne (US$0.886 / lb.), Copper US$5,881 / tonne (US$2.668 / lb.) and Silver US$15.605 per troy ounce. Metal recoveries of 100% were applied in the zinc equivalent calculations. The zinc equivalent calculation is as follows: Zn Equiv. = 100 x ((Ag Price in grams x Ag Grade) + (Pb Price x 2204.6 x Pb Grade (%) / 100) + (Cu Price x 2204.6 x Cu Grade (%) / 100) + (Zn Price x 2204.6 x Zn Grade (%) / 100)) / Zn Price x 2204.6.

Drill holes Ky-18-10 to Ky-18-13 were in-fill holes drilled east to slightly southeast at 45 to 57 degree dips. Drill holes Ky-18-14, Ky-18-21 and Ky-18-22 were collared closer to the vein system and at steeper dips (78-83 degrees) to intersect the vein system at a shallower angle to test continuity of mineralization along dip, locate possible ore shoots and gain a structural understanding of the vein’s vertical and horizontal orientations / extensions for targeted follow-up drilling. Hole Ky-18-21, drilled under Ky-18-14, tested the zone deeper. The mineralized intersection at 145.5-147 meters in this hole is the deepest intersection by the Company in the Elmtree 12 vein system and indicates the system is open at depth at this location. This interval also returned anomalous values for cobalt, including 0.07% Co over 1.0 meter core length.

The meta-sediments in the lower half of Ky-18-22 are intruded my mafic dykes, possibly cutting the vein system.

Drill holes Ky-18-15 and Ky-18-16 tested the extension of the Elmtree 12 vein system to the north. Ky-18-15 was drilled slightly northwest (approximate 55 degree dip). Ky-18-16 was drilled slightly southwest (approximate 73 degree dip). The metal rich intersection in Ky-18-16 indicates the mineralized system is open to the north at slightly deeper levels.

Drill holes Ky-18-17 and Ky-18-18 tested the Elmtree 12 vein system south of previous Company drilling. Mineralized veins and / or alteration was intersected in both holes, indicating the mineralized system to be open to the south.

Drill holes Ky-18-19 and Ky-18-20 were located southwest of the known extent of the Elmtree 12 vein system. These holes tested the extension of the high grade vein intersected in 2017 hole Ky-17-8. Ky-18-19 was drilled slightly northwest at an approximate 66 degree dip to intersect the vein deeper. Hole Ky-18-19 did not confirm the down-dip extension of the mineralized vein. Hole Ky-18-20 was drilled southwest at an approximate 55 degree dip. This hole intersected a near-surface narrow copper, lead, zinc and silver bearing zone (approximate 26 meters vertical depth) approximately 10 meters south of the high grade vein intersection of hole Ky-17-8.

Drill core from the 2018 program was geologically logged and sampled at a secure location in Miramichi, New Brunswick. Drill core samples were submitted to ALS Canada for gold analysis (Fire Assay-AA) and for 33 element analysis (including copper, lead, zinc and silver) by Four Acid and ICP-AES. Samples exceeding 1,500 g/t silver were re-analyzed for silver by Fire Assay-Gravimetric Finish. Quality Control samples were included as part of the sample submission. A Qualified Person verified the 2015, 2017 and 2018 exploration data for Great Atlantic. The Qualified Person managed these exploration programs at the Keymet Property.

Historic Keymet Mine (1950s)

The Company’s focus since acquiring the Keymet Property has been the northwest region of the property in the area of reported polymetallic veins with most work in the area of the Elmtree 12 copper-lead-zinc-silver bearing vein system. At least seven vein occurrences with lead, zinc and +/- copper, silver and gold are reported in this region of the property in addition to the polymetallic veins reported at the historic Keymet Mine (source: New Brunswick Dept. of Energy and Resource Development Mineral Occurrence Database). The Keymet Mine operated during the mid-1950s, producing copper, lead, zinc and silver. Production at this mine was terminated due to a fire at the site.

Significant precious metal – base metal deposits are reported within 4 km of the Keymet Property. The Elmtree gold deposits are located within 3 km west-southwest of the Keymet Property. The historic Nigadoo River Mine is located approximately 4 km south of the Keymet Property. Polymetallic massive sulfide veins were mined at the Nigadoo River Mine during the 1960s and 1970s with copper, lead, zinc and silver being produced. The N.B Dept. of Energy and Resource Development Mineral Occurrence Database reports shaft depth and production totals at this historic mine. Production during 1967-1971 is reported as 1.126 million tonnes at 2.2% Pb, 2.1% Zn, 0.24% Cu and 92.57 g/t Ag. Production during 1973-1977 (after a 2 year closure) is reported to be 0.733 million tonnes (only partial metal grades reported). The shaft is reported to at least 470 meter deep.

The Nash Creek Zinc Project of Callinex Mines Inc. is located approximately 15 kilometers northwest of the Keymet Property. Callinex Mines Inc. recently filed a 43-101 Technical Report (effective date March 21, 2018) which was completed by Tetra Tech Canada Inc. The report includes updated mineral resource estimates for the Nash Creek Zinc Project (Hickey and Hayes Zones) using a 1.5% Zn Equiv. cut-off. This included 13,592,000 tonnes indicated estimated resources at 2.68% Zn, 0.58% Pb and 17.8 g/t Ag; and 5,929,000 tonnes inferred estimated resources at 2.68% Zn, 0.47% Pb and 13.9 g/t Ag (source: Callinex Mines Inc. Website).

Readers are warned that mineralization at the Elmtree gold deposits, historic Nigadoo River Mine and Nash Creek Zinc Project is not necessarily indicative of mineralization on the Keymet Property.

Access to the Keymet Property is excellent with paved roads transecting the property, including a provincial highway. The property covers an area of approximately 3,400 hectares and is 100% owned by the Company.

Readers are warned that historical records referred to in this News Release have been examined but not verified by a Qualified Person. Further work is required to verify that historical records referred to in this News Release are accurate.

David Martin, P.Geo., a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 and VP Exploration for Great Atlantic, is responsible for the technical information contained in this News Release.

On Behalf of the board of directors

“Christopher R Anderson

Mr. Christopher R Anderson ” Always be positive, strive for solutions, and never give up “
President CEO Director
604-488-3900 – Dir

About Great Atlantic Resources Corp.: Great Atlantic Resources Corp. is a Canadian exploration company focused on the discovery and development of mineral assets in the resource-rich and sovereign risk-free realm of Atlantic Canada, one of the number one mining regions of the world. Great Atlantic is currently surging forward building the company utilizing a Project Generation model, with a special focus on the most critical elements on the planet that are prominent in Atlantic Canada, Antimony, Tungsten and Gold.

$GR.ca Great Atlantic has Begun 2018 Exploration Drilling Program at its Pilley’s Island Base – Precious Metal Property Northern Newfoundland $LAB.ca, $ANX.ca $MOZ.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 9:20 AM on Thursday, September 6th, 2018

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  • Commenced the 2018 exploration at its Pilley’s Island Base – Precious Metal Property, Newfoundland
  • program consists of prospecting and rock and soil geochemical sampling on a regional scale, multiple targets
  • Significant levels of zinc, lead, copper, gold and silver identified in 2017 at the Bull Road Showing

Vancouver, British Columbia (FSCwire)GREAT ATLANTIC RESOURCES CORP. (TSXV.GR) (the “Company” or “Great Atlantic”) is pleased to announce it has commenced the 2018 exploration program at its Pilley’s Island Base – Precious Metal Property, located in north-central Newfoundland, Newfoundland and Labrador. The property was expanded in 2018 to 4,600 hectares, covering most of Pilley’s Island. The current work program consists of prospecting and rock and soil geochemical sampling on a regional scale covering multiple target areas. The Company confirmed significant levels of zinc, lead, copper, gold and silver mineralization during 2017 within the property at the Bull Road Showing. The Company is also planning a diamond drilling program for 2018 at the Bull Road Showing.

 

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The focus of Great Atlantic’s work to date on the property has been the Bull Road showing, located in the southern region of Pilley’s Island. A trench was excavated in 2017 at this showing exposing sulfide mineralization over a northwest-southeast length of 130 meters with a width varying between 1-7 meters. The Bull Road Showing is a polylithic slump breccia of volcanogenic massive sulphide mineralization containing massive sulphide clasts up to greater than a meter in length. Sample results from this trench are reported in the Company’s News Releases of November 16 and December 14, 2017. Bull Road Trench sample highlights include (channel sample lengths are in meters):

  • 1.05m channel sample: 15.40% Zn, 6.60% Pb, 4.66% Cu, 111.5 g/t Ag and 1.008 g/t Au.

 

  • 0.70m channel sample: 17.30% Zn, 0.10% Pb, 2.97% Cu, 31.2 g/t Ag and 0.449 g/t Au.

 

  • 0.95m channel sample: 3.95% Zn, 0.73% Pb, 2.83% Cu, 62.2 g/t Ag and 0.613 g/t Au.

 

  • 1.00m channel sample: 2.96% Zn, 0.03% Pb, 3.27% Cu, 30.4 g/t Ag and 0.563 g/t Au

 

  • Outcrop grab sample: 40.8% Zn, 4.69% Pb, 6.08% Cu, 22.5 g/t Ag and 1.366 g/t Au.

 

  • Outcrop grab sample: 32.60% Zn, 1.30% Pb, 8.38% Cu, 148.1 g/t Ag and 1.421 g/t Au

 

  • Outcrop grab sample: 36.40% Zn, 5.50% Pb, 4.22% Cu, 59.9 g/t Ag and 0.325 g/t Au

 

  • Outcrop grab sample: 27.5% Zn, 20.0% Pb, 5.78% Cu, 63.4 g/t Ag and 0.314 g/t Au

 

Bull Road Trench

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Massive sulfide mineralization at the Bull Road Trench

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The 2017 samples were analyzed at Eastern Analytical in Springdale Newfoundland (gold by Fire Assay – atomic absorption (AA); and copper, lead, zinc and silver by multi-acid digestion and AA). The channels samples were collected across selected clasts at generally right angles to the long dimension of the clasts.  The 2017 Bull Road trench sample data was verified by qualified persons who managed the sampling program and verified sample data.

Great Atlantic is planning a diamond drilling program for fall 2018 at the Bull Road showing.

The Pilley’s Island Property hosts the historic Pilley’s Island Mine, which operated during the 1890s and early 1900s. The Newfoundland and Labrador Department of Natural Resources reports historic estimated proven reserves of 1.159 million tonnes grading 1.23% Cu (referencing Grimley, 1968 as the source) or 627,373 tons at 2.34% Cu (referencing Walker, 1976 as the source ) in their Mineral Occurrence Database. David Martin, VP Exploration for Great Atlantic, states “These historical estimates of reserves are not reliable. The historical estimates are only relevant to the extent of identifying an area on the property for research and possible future exploration. The key assumptions, parameters, and methods used to prepare the historical estimates are not known.  A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimates as current resources or current reserves. A qualified person would need to complete sufficient work following CIM Best Practice Guidelines to upgrade or verify the historical estimates as current mineral resources or mineral reserves. This would almost certainly require additional exploration in the way of diamond drilling, trenching and / or underground work and corresponding sampling all of which must follow CIM Exploration Best Practice Guidelines.” Great Atlantic is not treating the historical estimates for the historic Pilley’s Island Mine as current mineral resources or mineral reserves.

Access to and infrastructure at the Pilley’s Island Property is excellent. The property is serviced with power mains and government maintained roads and is within 2 km of tide water. The property is located within a mining friendly district.

Readers are warned that historical data on the historic Pilley’s Island Mine referred to in this News Release have not been verified by a qualified person. A qualified person has not verified this data as the Company’s focus since acquiring the property in 2017 has been the Bull Road showing.

David Martin, P.Geo., a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 and VP Exploration for Great Atlantic, is responsible for the technical information contained in this News Release.

On Behalf of the board of directors

“Christopher R Anderson”

Mr. Christopher R Anderson  ” Always be positive, strive for solutions, and never give up ”

President CEO Director

604-488-3900

[email protected]

 

Great Atlantic Receives Diamond $GR.ca Drilling Permit and $40,000 Exploration Grant for Its 100% Owned Keymet Base Metal Project $ANX.ca

Posted by AGORACOM-Eric at 9:18 AM on Monday, June 18th, 2018

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  • Received diamond drilling permit (up to 15 holes) and a $40,000 exploration grant from the New Brunswick government for its Keymet Precious – Base Metal Property, located near Bathurst, northeast New Brunswick.
  • Program to begin  July 2018
  • Historical Hole Ky-17-6 (Elmtree 12): 3.54% Zn, 0.92% Cu, 0.28% Pb & 115 g/t Ag / 12.05 meter core length (7.76 % Zn Equiv. / 12.05 meter core length) & 0.64 g/t Au over 19.96 meter core length (new gold discovery).

 

Vancouver, British Columbia (FSCwire)GREAT ATLANTIC RESOURCES CORP. (TSXV.GR) (the “Company” or “Great Atlantic”) is pleased to announce it has received a diamond drilling permit (up to 15 holes) and a $40,000 exploration grant from the New Brunswick government for its Keymet Precious – Base Metal Property, located near Bathurst, northeast New Brunswick. The Company is planning diamond drilling beginning in July 2018 in the northwest region of the Property to define polymetallic veins (zinc, lead, copper and silver bearing) and a explore a gold bearing zone discovered during 2017 drilling. Great Atlantic’s 2017 drilling highlights from this region included 37.32% zinc equivalent over 1.27 meters core length (new vein discovery) and 7.76% zinc equivalent over 12.05 meter core length at the Elmtree 12 vein system (using metal prices at June 14, 2018) plus 0.64 g/t gold over 19.96 meter core length (new gold discovery). Drilling will focus in the Elmtree 12 vein system to provide additional data for a planned maiden resource estimate.

 

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The upcoming diamond drilling program will be conducted in the northwest region of the property in the area of the polymetallic Elmtree 12 vein system and an adjacent polymetallic vein which was discovered in 2017. These polymetallic veins contain significant levels of zinc, copper, lead and silver. The 2018 program will test these polymetallic veins along strike and depth. The Company has drilled five holes in the Elmtree 12 veins system since 2015. The 2018 drill program will provide additional data for a planned maiden resource estimate on the Elmtree 12 vein system. The Company also discovered a new gold bearing zone adjacent to the Elmtree 12 vein system during 2017 drilling, being hosted in arsenopyrite bearing meta-sedimentary rocks. Drilling is also planned to test this zone. The drilling program will be partly funded through a $40,000 grant received from the New Brunswick government under the Junior Mining Assistance Program. Highlights of previous drilling by the Company in this area include the following (as reported in News Releases of October 29, 2015, February 23, 2016, December 20, 2017 and March 2, 2018 with up-dated zinc equivalent based on metal prices at June 14, 2018:

  • Hole Ky-15-3 (Elmtree 12):    16.68% Zn, 1.11% Cu, 0.44% Pb & 152 g/t Ag / 1.80 meter core length (22.06% Zn Equiv. / 1.80 meter core length)
  • Hole Ky-15-4 (Elmtree 12):     8.68% Zn, 0.29% Cu, 0.20% Pb & 44.8 g/t Ag / 4.28 meter core length (10.23% Zn Equiv. / 4.28 meter core length)
  •  Hole Ky-17-6 (Elmtree 12):    3.54% Zn, 0.92% Cu, 0.28% Pb & 115 g/t Ag / 12.05 meter core length (7.76 % Zn Equiv. / 12.05 meter core length) & 0.64 g/t Au over 19.96 meter core length (new gold discovery).
  • Hole Ky-17-8 (2017 discovery):  18.80% Zn, 3.55% Cu, 1.16% Pb & 576 g/t Ag / 1.27 meter core length (37.32% Zn Equiv. / 1.27 meter core length)

 

Elmtree 12 Vein System: Polymetallic Vein in Ky-17-6

 

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Keymet Northwest Region: 2015 and 2017 Diamond Drilling Plan

 

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The Company’s focus since acquiring the Keymet Property has been the northwest region of the property in the area of reported polymetallic veins with most work in the area of the Elmtree 12 copper-lead-zinc-silver bearing vein system. At least seven vein occurrences with lead, zinc and +/- copper, silver and gold are reported in this region of the property in addition to the polymetallic veins reported at the historic Keymet Mine (source: New Brunswick Dept. of Energy and Resource Development Mineral Occurrence Database). The Keymet Mine operated during the mid-1950s, producing copper, lead, zinc and silver.  Production at this mine was terminated due to a fire at the site.

Significant precious metal – base metals deposits are reported within 4 km of the Keymet Property. The Elmtree gold deposits are located within 3 km west-southwest of the Keymet Property. The historic Nigadoo River Mine is located approximately 4 km south of the Keymet Property. Polymetallic massive sulfide veins were mined at the Nigadoo River Mine during the 1960s and 1970s with copper, lead, zinc and silver being produced. The N.B Dept. of Energy and Resource Development Mineral Occurrence Database reports shaft depth and production totals at this historic mine. Production during 1967 – 1971 is reported as 1.126 million tonnes at 2.2% Pb, 2.1% Zn, 0.24% Cu and 92.57 g/t Ag. Production during 1973 – 1977 (after a 2 year closure) is reported to be 0.733 million tonnes (only partial metal grades reported). The shaft is reported to at least 470 meter deep.

 

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Historic Keymet Mine (1950s)

Readers are warned that mineralization at the Elmtree gold deposits and historic Nigadoo River Mine is not necessarily indicative of mineralization on the Keymet Property.

Access to the Keymet Property is excellent with paved roads transecting the property, including a provincial highway. The property covers an area of approximately 3,400 hectares and is 100% owned by the company.

Readers are warned that historical records referred to in this News Release have been examined but not verified by a Qualified Person. Further work is required to verify that historical records referred to in this News Release are accurate.

David Martin, P.Geo., a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101 and VP Exploration for Great Atlantic, is responsible for the technical information contained in this News Release.

A Qualified Person has verified the 2015 and 2017 exploration data for Great Atlantic. The Qualified Person managed the 2015 and 2017 exploration programs for Great Atlantic at the Keymet Property. True thickness of these intersections is unknown at this time.

Zinc equivalent (% Zn Equiv.) values for drill hole intersections are based on the following metal prices (as of June 14, 2018): Zinc US$3,227 / tonne (US$1.4638 / lb.), Lead US$2,459 / tonne (US$1.1154 / lb.), Copper US$7,201 / tonne (US$3.2664 / lb.) and Silver US$16.95 per troy ounce. Metal recoveries of 100% were applied in the zinc equivalent calculations. The zinc equivalent calculation is as follows: Zn Eq. = 100 x ((Ag Price in grams x Ag Grade) + (Pb Price x 2204.6 x Pb Grade (%) / 100) + (Cu Price x 2204.6 x Cu Grade (%) / 100) + (Zn Price x 2204.6 x Zn Grade (%) / 100)) / Zn Price x 2204.6.

 

 

 

On Behalf of the board of directors

 

“Christopher R Anderson”

 

Mr. Christopher R Anderson  ” Always be positive, strive for solutions, and never give up ”

President CEO Director

 

604-488-3900 – Dir