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Whitehorse Gold Corp

  • Location: Bolivia
  • Tickers: OTCQX:WHGDF, TSXV:WHG
  • Commodities: Tin
  • Project Stages: Exploration

Whitehorse Gold Corp. is focused on its two polymetallic Tin-Zinc-Silver project's in Bolivia; The Porvenir Project and The SF Tin Project. The Porvenir Project is accessed by 65 km paved road from Oruro city, passing by Bolivia’s largest tin mine, the Huanuni Mine. The Porvenir property, situated in the centre of the Bolivian Tin belt, was subjected to some small-scale, historic mining and was drilled by a Japanese company, Dowa Metals, in 2005 (88 diamond drill holes totalling ~25,000 m). Dowa identified more than 19 tin-zinc veins assaying up to 941 g/t Ag, 6.34% Pb, 28.1% Zn, 10.20% Sn, and 500 g/t indium by drilling. Hole PV-41 intercepted the best interval, 15.05 m (from 316 m to 331.05 m) grading 2.04% Sn, 2.4% Zn, and 11 g/t Ag, including 5.2 m @ 3.2% Sn, 4.26% Zn, 19 g/t Ag, and including 2.05 m grading 6.83% Sn, 5.34% Zn and 16 g/t Ag.

SF Tin Project is approximately 18 km North-East of the Porvenir Project; both projects are strategically located in the largest tin producing area near the Huanuni and Llallagua tin mines and can be managed from the same camp in Huanuni. A tin mineralization trend extending over 1000 m long can be seen through historical surface trenches and drilling. Hole ESF001 intercepted 236 m grading 0.41% Sn, 1.14% Zn, and 15 g/t Ag, including 112 m grading 0.51% Sn, 1.22% Zn, and 13 g/t Ag.

 

Whitehorse Gold also owns the Skukum Gold Project located in southern Yukon, Canada, approximately 55 kilometres south of the Territory’s capital city, Whitehorse.  The 170.3 sq-km property consists of 1,051 full or fractional Quartz Mining claims that encompass the Skukum Creek gold-silver deposit, the Goddell gold deposit, and the past-producing Mt. Skukum gold mine.

Whitehorse Gold Corp. is focused on its two polymetallic Tin-Zinc-Silver project's in Bolivia; The Porvenir Project and The SF Tin Project. The Porvenir Project is accessed by 65 km paved road from Oruro city, passing by Bolivia’s largest tin mine, the Huanuni Mine. The Porvenir property, situated in the centre of the Bolivian Tin belt, was subjected to some small-scale, historic mining and was drilled by a Japanese company, Dowa Metals, in 2005 (88 diamond drill holes totalling ~25,000 m). Dowa identified more than 19 tin-zinc veins assaying up to 941 g/t Ag, 6.34% Pb, 28.1% Zn, 10.20% Sn, and 500 g/t indium by drilling. Hole PV-41 intercepted the best interval, 15.05 m (from 316 m to 331.05 m) grading 2.04% Sn, 2.4% Zn, and 11 g/t Ag, including 5.2 m @ 3.2% Sn, 4.26% Zn, 19 g/t Ag, and including 2.05 m grading 6.83% Sn, 5.34% Zn and 16 g/t Ag.

 

SF Tin Project is approximately 18 km North-East of the Porvenir Project; both projects are strategically located in the largest tin producing area near the Huanuni and Llallagua tin mines and can be managed from the same camp in Huanuni. A tin mineralization trend extending over 1000 m long can be seen through historical surface trenches and drilling. Hole ESF001 intercepted 236 m grading 0.41% Sn, 1.14% Zn, and 15 g/t Ag, including 112 m grading 0.51% Sn, 1.22% Zn, and 13 g/t Ag.

Whitehorse Gold also owns the Skukum Gold Project located in southern Yukon, Canada, approximately 55 kilometres south of the Territory’s capital city, Whitehorse.  The 170.3 sq-km property consists of 1,051 full or fractional Quartz Mining claims that encompass the Skukum Creek gold-silver deposit, the Goddell gold deposit, and the past-producing Mt. Skukum gold mine.

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