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GOLD: Rockhaven cuts 10.55 g/t in new zone at Klaza project



YUKON – Rockhaven Resources of Vancouver has intersected 10.55 g/t Au over 1.42 metres in a new vein zone at its Klaza gold project 50 km west of Carmacks. This is a near surface zone containing three veins, and is known as the Rex zone. The area had only seen surface exploration before the discovery hole was drilled.

The discovery hole, KL-16-314, returned three intersections: 5.90 g/t Au , 1.74 g/t Ag and 0.006% Cu from 32.61 to 34.00 metres; 10.55 g/t Au, 44.70 g/t Ag and 0.315% Cu from 39.75 to 41.17 metres; and 7.74 g/t Au, 23.90 g/t Ag and 0.641% Cu from 57.00 to 58.48 metres. True widths are estimated to be 80% to 90% of each interval.

In December 2015, Rockhaven estimated an open pit and underground inferred resource of 9.42 million tonnes grading 4.48 g/t Au, 89.02 g/t Ag, 0.75% Pb, and 0.95% Zn, containing 1.79 million oz of gold equivalent.

The photo gallery from the Klaza project is particularly nice. Take a minute to visit www.RockhavenResources.com.