Triumph Gold Corp.

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  About Us
Triumph Gold Corp is a mineral exploration company currently focussed on its 100% owned Freegold Mountain Project, Yukon. This road accessible property is located in the Dawson Range gold-copper belt, host to the Casino Copper deposit, the Coffee gold deposit and the Klaza gold prospect.
Website

https://www.triumphgoldcorp.com/

https://www.triumphgoldcorp.com/

Headquarters

1100 - 1111 Melville Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 3V6

Public Issuance

2006

Shares Outstanding

81.28m

Corporate Filings

SEDAR

Stock Symbol

TIG:CA

location_on1100 - 1111 Melville Street Vancouver, British Columbia V6E 3V6
 3 Reasons to invest
  1. New porphyry mineralization identified over 4 km strike length adjacent to and between Nucleus and Revenue

  2. 450 m strike length of high-grade, gold-rich, porphyry mineralization, newly defined with four drillholes in 2017. Open in all directions and to depth, including 57m of 1.08 g/t gold
    and 0.285% copper in RVD17-13

  3. $360MM in government funding for improved road access for the 18,000 metre drill program in conjunction with other exploration activities planned for
    2018

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Freegold Mountain


The road accessible, district scale (~200 sq. km) Freegold Mountain gold-copper project is located within the Dawson Range, approximately 70 km northwest of Carmacks, Yukon Territory, a stable, mining friendly jurisdiction in northwestern Canada. Since Triumph Gold acquired the property in 2006 more than 20 mineralized zones have been identified and NI 43-101 mineral resources have been delineated at the Revenue Au-Ag-Cu-Mo porphyry-related deposit, Nucleus Au-Ag-Cu deposit and the Tinta Hill Au-Ag-Cu-Pb-Zn vein-related deposit. The company continues to aggressively explore, building ounces at the existing deposits and evaluating the multitude of other targets located on the property.
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Andalusite Peak Property
The Andalusite Peak property was acquired by staking in January 2017. It is located in northwestern British Columbia 65 km north of the Red Chris Cu-Au mine, 20 km west of BC highway 37, and 7 km south of the Kutcho Creek mining road. The property covers an alteration “blow-out” in the center of a 27-kilometer-long belt of strongly altered rock that was identified and mapped in 2016 by BC Geological Survey geologist Bram van Straaten. Two similar alteration blowouts are known along the belt and both represent important exploration properties: 1) the Tanzilla property, 11 km to the northwest of Andalusite Peak, is owned by Kaizen Discovery and was optioned to Freeport McMoRan between 2013 and 2015, and 2) Teck Resources’ McBride property is 12 km to the southeast of Andalusite Peak. On these properties, porphyry-style mineralization has been identified within and beneath the alteration lithocap. Only one historical record of exploration on the Andalusite Peak property exists (BC assessment report 30590); in the report, the intensity of the alteration was noted and the discovery of an outcrop containing massive coarse andalusite was documented. The presence of andalusite on the property indicates that it has experienced higher temperature and more intense alteration than any other location along the 27 km belt.
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Tad/Toro Project
The 6,474 hectare Tad/Toro Project, NTS map sheets 115I/5 & 12 and 115J/8 & 9, is located on Hayes Creek, within the Dawson Range of central Yukon, 100 km northwest of Carmacks, which is 177 km by road from Whitehorse, Yukon Territory. The property is situated in the Whitehorse Mining District with a latitude and longitude of 62o33’N, 137o57’W. The claims are registered to Triumph Gold Corp. Ltd.

The Tad/Toro Project is situated within the 100 km long Big Creek portion of the 250 km long Dawson Range Copper-Gold Belt, which hosts several deposits and mineralized showings of several deposit models including calc-alkalic porphyry copper-gold-molybdenum, intrusion related gold, associated adjacent epithermal vein and breccia systems and peripheral polymetallic veins.

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