Gatling Exploration’s shift in focus starts to pay off at Larder

Initial assays from Gatling Exploration’s (TSXV: GTR; US-OTC: GATGF) 25,000-metre drill program at its Larder gold project in northern Ontario are validating the company’s […]
Aerial view of Gatling Exploration’s Larder gold project in northern Ontario. Credit: Gatling Exploration.

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Initial assays from Gatling Exploration’s (TSXV: GTR; US-OTC: GATGF) 25,000-metre drill program at its Larder gold project in northern Ontario are validating the company’s decision to shift its exploration strategy to focus on near-surface mineralization, says president and CEO Jason Billan. 

The results are “starting to pay off” Billan said in an interview, adding that he believes there is “significant upside potential” in drilling shallow holes at the project. 

“Historically, exploration of the project had predominantly focused on targeting narrow vein high-grade mineralization at depth,” he said. “We are now shifting our focus to identify widespread mineralization closer to surface, as both types of mineralization could indicate the presence of a large gold system on Larder.” 

 

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