Vancouver, B.C., August 18, 2021. FALCON GOLD CORP is pleased to announce it has acquired through staking 548 claims (the “Property”) totaling 13,700 hectares located along the Baie Verte Brompton Line, Central Newfoundland Belt. The Baie Verte Peninsula currently hosts all of Newfoundland’s gold production. Producing mines include Anaconda Mining Inc.’s Point Rousse gold mine and Rambler Metals Mining operations. Former producing mines include the Terra Nova Mine, and deposits of the Rambler Mining Camp. All of these mines are in close proximity to the Baie Verte Brompton Line (BVBL). There are more than 100 gold prospects and zones, many of which are orogenic-style, related to major splays and related second-order structures linked to the Baie Verte Brompton Line. Falcon has acquired ground over a 50km corridor along the BVBL.
Figure 1. Regional location of Falcon’s claim groups.
Figure 2. Location of the Falcon Gold acquisition along the BVBL.
Mr. Karim Rayani, Falcon’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “We are extremely pleased to have acquired an extensive land package that lies within a major continental-scale structural corridor with occurrences of gold, base metals, PGE’s and vanadium. The Baie Verte Brompton Line is home to some of Newfoundland’s largest defined gold deposits. Falcon’s ground is contiguous with Marvel Discovery, giving us a strong foothold in the area. We look forward to initiating high-resolution magnetic surveys over our entire property position and integrating mineralization trends and historical results to vector exploration efforts to those areas of high merit.”
The technical content of this property has been reviewed and approved by Mike Kilbourne, P.Geo., who is a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101, Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects.
The QP and the Company has not completed sufficient work to verify the historic information on the properties comprising the North and South claim groups, particularly regarding historical exploration, neighbouring companies, and government geological work.