Canadian Mining Journal


GOLD: A little gold goes a long way at Treaty Creek

The Treaty Creek central gossan. (Image: Teuton Resources)

BRITISH COLUMBIA – Vancouver-based Tudor Gold has shared the results of drilling at the Treaty Creek gold property in this province’s Golden Triangle. The grades may not be spectacular, but the intersections are.

Hole CB-18-31 returned 0.47 g/t gold over a total length of 302.0 metres.

Hole CB-18-32 returned 0.66 g/t gold over 337.8 metres, including an interval of 2.20 g/t over 37.0 metres, another at 1.48 g/t over 18.0 metres, and another at 1.28 g/t over 6.0 metres.

The first sighting of coarse visible gold in Treaty Creek drill core was noted in the second  hole within an interval of over 1.5 metres that averaged 26.6 g/t gold.

Tudor Gold is the operator and 60% owner of the Treaty Creek property. The remainder of the project is owned equally by American Creek Resources and Teuton Resources.

An information sheet about Treaty Creek is posed at