Whitehorse Gold: Expanding a Past Producing Mine
Reviving and expanding a gold mine in the Whitehorse Mining District
Whitehorse Gold is a gold exploration and development company managed by a team with a strong mineral industry track record. The company is focused on its 100% owned Skukum Gold Project in the Whitehorse Mining District, approximately 55 km (a one-hour drive) south of Whitehorse, Yukon. Moreover, the project consists of 1,051 mineral claims, covering approximately 170 km2, that includes the past-producing Mt. Skukum gold mine, and the Skukum Creek and Goddell gold deposits, as well as multiple other gold-silver zones and occurrences.
The Skukum Gold Project
Skukum Gold Project consists of three separate deposits with high-grade resources and other promising exploration targets. Further, the three identified deposit types are typically structurally controlled gold±silver±base metal bearing veins, vein breccias or mylonites.
In 2021, the company will be conducting an extensive exploration program that will lead to an updated resource estimate. Whitehorse Gold believes that will increase the resource to over a million ounces and will also be the catalyst for going to a preliminary economic assessment.
“I believe that we’ll be developing one mine and then potentially others as we grow the pipeline of projects at Skukum Creek,” says CEO, Kevin Weston.
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