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GOLD EXPLORATION – Bonanza grades drilled on new zones at Kirkland Lake

ONTARIO - KIRKLAND LAKE GOLD continues to test the new, high-grade ore system south of the Main Break and its exist...


ONTARIO – KIRKLAND LAKE GOLD continues to test the new, high-grade ore system south of the Main Break and its existing Macassa gold mine. Drilling from the 5300 level to test the Lower D North zone has intersected 126.7 g/t (3.70 opt) Au uncut over 12.4 m, including 1,840.8 g/t (53.71 opt) Au over 0.46 m. The intersection is located 6.1 m west of and 4.6 m above drill hole 50-740, which assayed 190.9 g/t uncut (5.57 opt) Au over a core length of 15.2 m.

And the good news doesn’t stop there. Drill hole 50-743W1 testing the New South zone to the east intersected 71.3 g/t uncut (2.08 opt) Au over 18.4 m, including 285.6 g/t (8.33 opt) Au over 0.3 m. Drilling 243.8 m to the west, in drill hole 53-546 has intersected the New South zone and extended the down-dip component in this area to 106.7 m.

Additional highlights of the current drilling activity are posted at www.KLGold.com.


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