Big Gold Begins Phase 2 Exploration Program At Tabor Project

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Big Gold (CSE: BG) has selected high priority historical targets as part of a phase two exploration program for its Tabor Project, found northwest of Thunder Bay, Ontario.

The phase two exploration program is said to include 32 targets following historical work, with high grade historical drill results in the area including an intersection of 24.30 g/t gold, 65.10 g/t silver, 0.82% copper and 3.68% zinc over 0.76 metres in hole RS-83-01.

Preparations are said to now be underway for surface exploration to be conducted at the targets, beginning with mapping and sampling of the outcrops. Historical core meanwhile will be resampled, and an IP survey is currently being planned to assist in further definition of targets. Data collected will then be combined to refine targets for drilling.

“Phase 2 will focus on historic drilling and gold occurrences within the Project’s gold trend, including the East Divide and Cornell areas. With boots on the ground, we are utilizing comprehensive geological tools to identify high-quality targets and are eager to commence our inaugural drill program in the Shebandowan Greenstone Belt,” commented CEO Scott Walters.

Big Gold last traded at $0.05 on the CSE.


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