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Atlantic Gold : Reports Final Results from the Resource Definition Drill Programs at Fifteen Mile Stream and Cochrane Hill

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06/27/2017 | 02:02pm CEST

HIGHLIGHTS INCLUDE:

Fifteen Mile Stream: 9m @ 24.6 g/t from 61m (incl 1m @ 172.5g/t), 41m @ 2.05g/t from 110m, 15m @ 13.5g/t from 106m (incl 1m @ 161g/t), 18m @ 9.7g/t from 87m (incl 1m @ 111g/t), 25m @ 9.8g/t from 113 (incl 1m @ 204g/t), 54m @ 88g/t from 91m (incl 1m @ 3180g/t and 1m @ 1490g/t)

Cochrane Hill: 31m @ 4.2 g/t from 176m, 22m @ 2.94g/t from 168m, 6m @ 14.1g/t from 172m, 5m @ 51g/t from 93m (incl 1m @ 241g/t)

IDENTIFYING BROAD ZONES OF HIGH GRADE MINERALIZATION AT FIFTEEN MILE STREAM AND DEPTH EXTENSIONS AT COCHRANE HILL

VANCOUVER, June 27, 2017 /CNW/ - Atlantic Gold Corporation (TSX-V: AGB) ("Atlantic" or the "Company") is pleased to report final assay results received from core drilling programs on the Fifteen Mile Stream and Cochrane Hill gold deposits where resource definition drilling on 25m x 20m centres has been undertaken with the objective of upgrading resources to measured and indicated categories. At Fifteen Mile Stream assay results through the core of the anticline in the Egerton MacLean zone continue to return notable intersections in terms of grade, width and relatively shallow depth. Across a 350m strike length (13200E to 13550E) almost forty, one-metre samples, have recorded assays in excess of 20g/t, the bulk of these being included in longer mineralized intervals (ie. not isolated). Of these, six are in excess of 100g/t and two in excess of 1000g/t. High grades are an inherent feature of this part of the deposit.

In the central part of Cochrane Hill (3100E to 3400E) attractive intersections on the lowest tier holes indicate mineralization to still be open at depth (eg. holes CH-17-204 (31m @ 4.2g/t from 176m), CH-17-212 (22m @ 2.94g/t from 168m), CH-17-218 (6m @ 14.1g/t from 172m) and CH-17-220 (4m @ 9.1g/t from 120m).

The Company plans to use the results from the drill programs to undertake further analysis to determine the economic viability of the above-noted deposits which would include analysis of the economics of processing these deposits at the Moose River Consolidated ("MRC") milling facility by way of a Pre-Feasibility Study.

New assay results from the two drilling programs are reported as follows:

1.  FIFTEEN MILE STREAM

Fifteen Mile Stream is located approximately 57km northeast of the central milling facility at Touquoy and is readily accessible by highway. Fifteen Mile Stream's current inferred mineral resources stand at 11.72 million tonnes at 1.55 g/t Au for 584,000 oz. The drilling program has now been completed with 191 holes for 23,943m having been drilled. New assay results reported herein are from a further 34 holes with assays pending from the final two holes of the program.

Drilling Results:

The additional assay drill results continue to reflect those grades, widths and geometry of gold mineralization documented from the 1980s and 2011 drilling programs which support the current inferred resource estimate (see below). Mineralization occurs within argillites, greywackes and bedding-parallel quartz veins across the hinge zone and limbs of the E-W trending Fifteen Mile Stream (FMS) Anticline. The northern limb of the anticline dips moderately north, with the southern limb overturned (generally steeply north dipping).  All holes are therefore declined to the south at various dips and hence true widths vary (see assay table below) depending on which limb of the anticline is intersected, and also depending on hole inclination or declination. Free gold is commonly observed, and in association with pyrrhotite and arsenopyrite.

Results have now been received from a suite of many holes drilled across the hinge zone of the anticline in the central part of the main Egerton MacLean zone.  Notable new intersections in terms of width, grade and relatively shallow depth continue to be returned from positions within the hinge zone, or core, of the anticline as well as the two limbs. The ghosted image of this overturned anticline is now apparent from the positions of the many mineralized intersections, on a number of cross-sections (eg 13425E), the mineralization conforming somewhat to the sedimentary layering. Using the descriptive product of grade and down-hole width there are over two dozen composite intersections with grade x width in excess of 40 gram metres per tonne and many of these are near surface commencing at vertical depths of less than 50m.

These shallow and widespread mineralized intersections across the limbs and core of this sub-horizontal anticlinal hinge zone are considered to be highly encouraging in the context of potential open pit extraction.

The accompanying cross sections and drilling progress plan can be viewed here:
http://files.newswire.ca/1485/FMS_Drill_Plan.pdf

Results subsequent of those previously released are tabulated below. Previous results can be found here: February 10, 2017, March 1, 2017, March 16, 2017, April 3, 2017, May 1, 2017, May 24, 2017 and June 20, 2017.

Hole id

East

North

Dip

Az.

Depth

(m)

Significant Intervals
(≥0.5g/t Au and up to 3m internal dilution)

From

(m)

To

(m)

Width

(m)

Approx. true
width (m)

Grade

(g/t Au)

FMS-17-134

13450

10167

-45

175

54

28

30

2

2

15.5

(incl.






29

30

1

1

28.9)

and






46

48

2

2

2.27

FMS-17-135

13350

10190

-60

175

200





NSA

FMS-17-136

13350

10190

-45

175

101

30

31

1

1

4.48

FMS-17-147

13575

10220

-60

175

170

79

90

11

11

0.48

and






106

107

1

1

6.03

and






135

146

11

11

1.08

FMS-17-148

13575

10220

-45

175

170





NSA

FMS-17-152

13450

10130

-45

175

73

29

30

1

1

8.44

and






39

42

3

3

1.33

and






64

65

1

1

14.35

FMS-17-154

13350

10100

-55

175

160

21

26

5

5

5.06

and






89

91

2

2

13.4

(incl.






89

90

1

1

26.1)

and






98

115

17

14

1.10

and






124

131

7

6

1.02

FMS-17-156

13550

10200

-85

175

200

102

107

5

4

2.06

and






130

142

12

10

0.70

and






147

168

21

18

0.90

FMS-17-158

13550

10200

-65

175

164

118

134

16

15

1.41

and






140

141

1

0.9

3.27

FMS-17-160

13550

10200

-45

175

182

51

52

1

1

6.39

and






62

64

2

2

4.25

and






115

116

1

1

16.60

FMS-17-163

13275

10110

-50

175

151





NSA

FMS-17-165

13550

10150

-45

175

152

42

54

12

12

1.22

and






72

83

11

11

2.67

and






116

122

6

5

0.85

FMS-17-166

13300

10100

-55

175

202

74

75

1

1

8.44

and






109

110

1

1

3.82

and






125

128

3

1

1.36

FMS-17-167

13200

10080

-60

175

104

41

42

1

1

5.02

and






46

47

1

1

17.90

and






56

57

1

1

53.2

FMS-17-168

13525

10150

-60

175

113

27

32

5

5

1.05

and






60

64

4

4

3.00

and






70

72

2

2

52

(incl.






71

72

1

1

102)

and






86

98

12

12

0.71

FMS-17-169

13525

10150

-45

175

170

29

32

3

3

4.68

and






40

50

10

10

0.88

and






61

70

9

9

24.6

(incl.






62

63

1

1

42.8)

(incl. also






63

64

1

1

172.5)

and






75

82

7

7

2.04

and






91

94

3

3

1.82

and






105

106

1

1

12.70

and






125

142

17

15

1.08

FMS-17-171

13325

10110

-55

175

202

73

74

1

1

4.17

and






113

119

6

5

1.16

and






132

142

10

9

1.30

FMS-17-172

13325

10110

-45

175

202

106

121

15

13

13.5

(incl.






109

110

1

1

28.7)

(incl. also






113

114

1

1

161)

and






129

136

7

6

0.95

FMS-17-173

13350

10120

-75

175

181

17

22

5

3

1.05

FMS-17-174

13350

10120

-65

175

162

12

19

7

5

0.81

and






59

60

1

1

14.1

and






130

132

2

2

2.05

and






137

144

7

6

0.71

FMS-17-175

13525

10200

-85

175

200

98

103

5

4

0.49

and






120

121

1

0.7

10.6

and






135

167

32

25

2.33

and






175

176

1

0.7

12.75

FMS-17-176

13525

10200

-75

175

200

110

151

41

36

2.05

and






160

161

1

0.7

5.53

FMS-17-177

13525

10200

-65

175

200

98

99

1

0.9

6.29

and






115

136

21

19

0.87

and






141

144

3

3

3.06

FMS-17-178

13525

10200

-55

175

200

81

82

1

1

6.68

and






95

96

1

1

7.75

and






102

119

17

17

1.97

and






123

135

12

12

1.81

FMS-17-179

13525

10200

-45

175

200

50

52

2

2

3.62

and






77

81

4

4

1.13

and






87

105

18

18

9.7

(incl.






89

90

1

1

45.3)

(incl. also






90

91

1

1

111)

and






127

130

3

3

10.0

(incl.






128

129

1

1

25.8)

and






143

157

14

14

0.94

and






188

197

9

7

0.51

FMS-17-180

13475

10190

-55

175

149.5

57

58

1

1

16.65

and






63

66

3

3

1.09

and






79

109

30

30

2.21

and






120

126

6

6

1.64

and






146

149.5

3.5

3

1.66

FMS-17-181

13475

10190

-45

175

188

30

33

3

3

10.0

and






56

63

7

7

0.76

and






68

110

42

42

1.35

and






123

131

8

8

0.91

and






151

157

6

6

12.6

(incl.






152

153

1

1

72.1)

and






178

182

4

4

1.38

FMS-17-184

13500

10195

-85

175

200

81

89

8

6

0.96

and






110

111

1

0.7

17.55

and






115

137

22

17

1.76

and






141

146

5

4

0.71

and






150

163

13

10

5.9

(incl.






154

155

1

0.7

27.9)

(incl. also






158

159

1

0.7

43.7)

and






172

173

1

0.7

3.83

FMS-17-185

13500

10195

-75

175

208

69

77

8

7

0.70

and






83

84

1

0.8

112.5

and






96

107

11

9

3.6

(incl.






96

97

1

0.8

24.8)

and






113

138

25

21

9.8

(incl.






129

130

1

0.8

204)

and






143

148

5

4

0.78

FMS-17-186

13500

10195

-65

175

223

59

60

1

0.9

3.78

and






80

81

1

0.9

3.49

and






91

145

54

50

88

(incl.






113

114

1

0.9

3180)

(incl. also






124

125

1

0.9

1490)

and






191

208

17

15

0.78

FMS-17-187

13500

10195

-55

175

241

72

73

1

1

22.2

and






94

117

23

23

1.67

and






122

123

1

1

5.96

and






127

171

44

44

1.23

FMS-17-188

13500

10195

-45

175

211

44

45

1

1

15.2

and






77

78

1

1

3.58

and






86

88

2

2

21.8

(incl.






86

87

1

1

27.2)

and






91

107

16

16

1.15

and






130

156

26

26

0.92

and






190

194

4

3

1.15

FMS-17-189

13325

10150

-90

175

101

54

64

10

7

1.78

FMS-17-190

13325

10150

-60

175

221

19

24

5

4

1.05







171

185

14

12

0.54

NSA: No significant assays.

 

True width of the mineralization varies according to the dip of the host stratigraphy and declination of the relevant drill hole. It is therefore noted for each intersection in the table above. Particularly in the Egerton-Maclean zone hole collars are necessarily located to minimise, though not entirely avoid, ingress to wetland areas and as a result hole declinations are adjusted to compensate for collar positioning. In many cases holes are drilled at different declinations from the same site. Sample distribution is not materially compromised. 

The current resource estimate for Fifteen Mile Stream is as follows:


Category

Tonnes (millions)

Grade (g/t) Au

Contained Au (oz.)

FIFTEEN MILE STREAM


Inferred Resource

11.72

1.55

584,000

Resources that are not reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability

The Mineral Resource estimate for Fifteen Mile Stream is quoted at a cut-off grade of 0.5g/t. It has an effective date of February 16, 2015 and was prepared as part of a technical report in accordance with NI 43-101 by Mr. Neil Schofield, a principal of FSSI (Australia) Pty Ltd, released on April 2, 2015 on SEDAR.

2. COCHRANE HILL

The Cochrane Hill Gold deposit is located within trucking distance (approximately 80km) to the central milling facility at Touquoy and is readily accessible by highway (based on a Preliminary Economic Assessment dated October 14, 2014 prepared by Moose Mountain Technical Services). Mineral resources at Cochrane Hill currently comprise indicated resources of 4.5 million tonnes at 1.8g/t Au for 251,000 oz. and inferred resources of 5.6 million tonnes at 1.6 g/t Au for 298,000 oz.

New assay results reported herein are from the remaining 22 holes of the resource definition diamond drilling program. This program was completed at the end of April with a total of 177 core holes for 26,575m having been drilled. The latter phase of the program targeted potential extensions of mineralization – mainly to the west of the main body of mineralization, west of the step out holes on section 2775E across highway #7, and at depth in the central part of the deposit.  

Drilling Results:

These final assay results come mostly from west of the main body of mineralization and at depth in the central part of the deposit. They continue to reflect the trend and geometry of the main zone – a fairly predictable and continuous tabular body dipping about 70o to the north with a true width of approximately 15-20m – though in places with varying widths of included internal dilution.  Best results are from the depth extension drilling between 3100E and 3400E (eg. holes CH-17-204 (31m @ 4.2g/t from 176m), CH-17-212 (22m @ 2.94g/t from 168m), CH-17-218 (6m @ 14.1g/t from 172m) and CH-17-220 (4m @ 9.1g/t from 120m) where drilling indicates mineralization to be open at depth.

The accompanying cross sections and drilling progress plan can be viewed here:
http://files.newswire.ca/1485/CH_Drill_Plan.pdf

Results subsequent to those previously released are tabulated below.  Previous results can be found here: Dec 6, 2016, Jan 3, 2017, Jan 11, 2017, Feb 2, 2017, May 1, 2017, May 24, 2017 and June 20, 2017.

Hole id

Easting

Northing

Dip

Az.

Depth

(m)

Significant Intervals

(≥0.5g/t Au and up to 3m internal dilution)

From

(m)

To

(m)

Width

(m)

Grade

(g/t Au)

CH-17-195

3000

3140

-60

171

185

101

102

1

7.33

and






109

119

10

1.33

and






150

151

1

5.81

CH-17-202

2875

3145

-70

171

220

93

94

1

3.58

and






102

103

1

9.30

and






145

158

13

1.40

and






191

193

2

22.6

(incl.






191

192

1

29.6)

CH-17-203

2875

3145

-60

171

190

119

120

1

3.47







126

132

6

1.24

CH-17-204

3100

3160

-70

171

251

125

126

1

92.6

and






176

207

31

4.2

(incl.






178

179

1

93.1)

CH-17-205

3150

3170

-60

171

230

131

134

3

8.7

(incl.






133

134

1

23.6)

and






149

150

1

7.58

and






154

158

4

1.46

and






166

173

7

1.85

and






190

191

1

14.35

CH-17-206

2850

3145

-70

171

212

131

134

3

1.49

and






144

149

5

0.83

CH-17-207

2850

3145

-60

171

182

113

114

1

7.16

and






119

134

15

1.03

and






145

146

1

11.9

CH-17-209

3200

3183

-60

171

251

142

143

1

3.25

and






148

154

6

1.13

and






158

159

1

5.66

and






180

195

15

1.55

CH-17-210

2800

3100

-70

171

161

69

74

5

2.65

and






78

79

1

10.1

and






85

87

2

1.66

CH-17-211

2900

3145

-70

171

211

150

153

3

8.90

and






172

175

3

1.07

CH-17-212

3250

3180

-60

171

242

74

75

1

6.82

and






147

162

15

0.98

and






168

190

22

2.94

(incl.






184

185

1

22.0)

CH-17-213

2800

3100

-60

171

130

57

72

15

2.88

(incl.






57

58

1

34.8)

and






93

98

5

51

(incl.






93

94

1

241)

CH-17-214

2900

3145

-60

171

190

86

87

1

12.75

and






119

130

11

1.69

and






135

149

14

0.81

CH-17-215

3300

3165

-60

171

221

127

128

1

4.59

and






146

164

18

1.45

and






182

185

3

1.23

CH-17-217

2800

3078

-45

171

92

22

28

6

4.54

(incl.






26

27

1

22.3)

CH-17-218

3350

3155

-60

171

221

147

160

13

0.82

and






172

178

6

14.1

(incl.






175

176

1

39.2)

(incl. also






176

177

1

26.6)

CH-17-219

2850

3100

-70

171

161




NSA

CH-17-220

3400

3140

-45

171

161

79

80

1

11.75

and






101

106

5

0.87

and






120

124

4

9.1

(incl.






123

124

1

32.1)

CH-17-221

2900

3165

-70

171

250

167

186

19

1.12







217

218

1

5.61

CH-17-222

2850

3100

-60

171

152

36

37

1

5.68

and






64

81

17

1.97

CH-17-223

2850

3100

-45

171

122

51

58

7

7.2

(incl.






55

56

1

38.1)

and






85

88

3

3.89

CH-17-224

2850

3070

-45

171

80

17

35

18

1.54

NSA: No significant assays.

 

True width of the mineralization is approximately 75-85% of the down-hole width depending on dip of the drill hole.

The current resource estimate for Cochrane Hill is tabulated below:


Category

Tonnes (millions)

Grade (g/t) Au

Contained Au (oz.)

COCHRANE HILL


Indicated Resource

4.5

1.8

251,000


Inferred Resource

5.6

1.6

298,000

Resources that are not reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability

The Mineral Resource estimate for Cochrane Hill is quoted at a cut-off grade of 0.5g/t. It has an effective date of August 1, 2014 and was prepared as part of a technical report in accordance with NI 43-101 by Mr. Neil Schofield, a principal of FSSI (Australia) Pty Ltd, released on August 14, 2014 on SEDAR.

Technical Disclosure

Fifteen Mile Stream
At Fifteen Mile Stream all assays by default are 50g charge fire assays conducted on whole-sample pulverized 1m samples of sawn, half NQ core with 1-in-10 duplicate assays and insertion of standards and blind blanks. However for holes FMS-17-138 and following, the more conventional preparation procedure of crushing the entire sample to P70 2mm and pulverizing a 1000g split to P85 75µm (instead of pulverizing the whole sample) for 50g charge fire assay, was adopted. Following program completion a subset of these samples will be whole-sample pulverized (by pulverizing the coarse reject and adding to the pulp) for duplicate comparison. A gravimetric finish is applied to most high grade (>100g/t) samples. Sample preparation and assaying is conducted at the Sudbury and Vancouver laboratories of ALS Canada Ltd, an entity having no other relationship with the Company.  Core recovery is estimated for each metre and averages >97%, excluding occasional voids, usually <2m, representing historic underground workings. Wing samples to voids may be less than 1m to re-establish routine sampling on 1m intervals. Drill core in the hangingwall of the northern limb of the anticline where adjacent historic holes very clearly indicate this upper stratigraphy to be barren may not be sampled and assayed. Standards, blanks and duplicate assay results are acceptable.

Cochrane Hill
All core drilled at Cochrane Hill is assayed. All assays have been conducted on 1m whole-sampled pulverized samples of sawn, half NQ core and, where mineralization is expected, assayed by total sample screen fire assay with 2x fines fire assays, and insertion of standards and blind blanks. In the hangingwall and footwall of expected mineralization samples are assayed by 50g charge fire assay with any mineralized samples (generally >0.5g/t), and adjacent samples as appropriate, returned for screen fire assay. Sample preparation and assaying is conducted at the Sudbury and Vancouver laboratories of ALS Canada Ltd, an entity having no other relationship with the Company.  With almost 600 such fire assayed samples having now also been screen fire assayed it is apparent that correlation of these duplicate assay results is sufficiently close to warrant ongoing assaying by fire assay alone. This methodology is being applied to samples from the final 42 drill holes (CH-17-182 onwards, except CH-17-185). Core recovery is estimated for each metre and averages >98%.  Standards and blanks assay results are acceptable.

Results and updates from this drilling program will be reported progressively.

Wally Bucknell, Director of Exploration to the Company and a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 ("NI 43-101") has reviewed and approved the contents of this news release.

Further updates will be provided in due course and as new results come to hand.

On behalf of the Board of Directors,

Steven Dean
Chairman and Chief Executive Officer

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Forward-Looking Statements:

This release contains certain "forward looking statements" and certain "forward-looking information" as defined under applicable Canadian and U.S. securities laws. Forward-looking statements and information can generally be identified by the use of forward-looking terminology such as "may", "will", "expect", "intend", "estimate", "anticipate", "believe", "continue", "plans" or similar terminology. Forward-looking statements and information are not historical facts, are made as of the date of this press release, and include, but are not limited to, statements regarding discussions of future plans, guidance, projections, objectives, estimates and forecasts and statements as to management's expectations with respect to, among other things, the activities contemplated in this news release and the timing and receipt of requisite regulatory, and shareholder approvals in respect thereof. Forward-looking statements in this news release include, without limitation, statements related to proposed exploration and development programs, grade and tonnage of material and resource estimates. These forward looking statements involve numerous risks and uncertainties and actual results may vary. Important factors that may cause actual results to vary include without limitation, the timing and receipt of certain approvals, changes in commodity and power prices, changes in interest and currency exchange rates, risks inherent in exploration estimates and results, timing and success, inaccurate geological and metallurgical assumptions (including with respect to the size, grade and recoverability of mineral reserves and resources), changes in development or mining plans due to changes in logistical, technical or other factors, unanticipated operational difficulties (including failure of plant, equipment or processes to operate in accordance with specifications, cost escalation, unavailability of materials, equipment and third party contractors, delays in the receipt of government approvals, industrial disturbances or other job action, and unanticipated events related to health, safety and environmental matters), political risk, social unrest, and changes in general economic conditions or conditions in the financial markets. In making the forward-looking statements in this press release, the Company has applied several material assumptions, including without limitation, the assumptions that: (1) market fundamentals will result in sustained gold demand and prices; (2) the receipt of any necessary approvals and consents in connection with the development of any properties; (3) the availability of financing on suitable terms for the development, construction and continued operation of any mineral properties; and (4) sustained commodity prices such that any properties put into operation remain economically viable. Information concerning mineral reserve and mineral resource estimates also may be considered forward-looking statements, as such information constitutes a prediction of what mineralization might be found to be present if and when a project is actually developed. Certain of the risks and assumptions are described in more detail in the Company's audited financial statements and MD&A for the year ended December 31, 2016 and the unaudited financial statements and MD&A for the three months ended March 31, 2017 on the SEDAR website at www.sedar.com. The actual results or performance by the Company could differ materially from those expressed in, or implied by, any forward-looking statements relating to those matters. Accordingly, no assurances can be given that any of the events anticipated by the forward-looking statements will transpire or occur, or if any of them do so, what impact they will have on the results of operations or financial condition of the Company. Except as required by law, the Company is under no obligation, and expressly disclaim any obligation, to update, alter or otherwise revise any forward-looking statement, whether written or oral, that may be made from time to time, whether as a result of new information, future events or otherwise, except as may be required under applicable securities laws.

SOURCE Atlantic Gold Corporation

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