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AWARD: GT Gold’s Saddle discovery a winner at Mines and Money

LONDON, U.K. – GT Gold Corp. of Vancouver has won the Exploration Discovery Award for its Saddle gold-silver discovery at its Tatogga property in British Columbia’s Golden Triangle.. The presentation was made at the Mines and Money conference on Nov. 30, 2017.

The Saddle discovery area. (Image: GT Gold)

GT Gold calls Saddle “one of the few genuinely new precious metals discoveries” in recent years. The mineralization has high grade, large scale potential, and nearby infrastructure.

“We are obviously very proud to receive this distinguished award, which recognizes the outstanding merit of this exciting discovery,” said Kevin Keough, president and CEO. “We would like to put credit full-square on our exploration team, led by geologist Charlie Greig, who accomplished so much in such a short period of time, and without whom none of this would have been achieved. Credit also goes to geologists Clinton Smyth and Emily Miller, who directed and carried out the geochemical sampling in 2013 and 2014 that first revealed the gold geochemical anomaly at Saddle. We would also like to thank our Tahltan employees and partners who have not only been a great help to us, but who also stand, as a proud mining nation, to benefit greatly from this discovery. We believe there’s a great deal more to come from Saddle, and we look forward as a team to delivering on its promise.”

Readers can find the latest corporate presentation that includes details of the Saddle discovery at

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1 Comment » for AWARD: GT Gold’s Saddle discovery a winner at Mines and Money
  1. Tom Neelands says:

    Well said. The credit has to be shared. It is part of being honest. If one lies about that (which is obvious to all of us Geos) than one IS a liar…and probably a cheat etc.

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