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  • TSX-V: GFG
  • $0.28+0.01
  • Volume500
  • Range$0.28$0.28
  • 52 Week$0.24$0.84
  • Open$0.28
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A New North American Gold Exploration Company

GFG Resources Inc. is focused on two highly prospective district scale gold assets in tier I mining jurisdictions, Wyoming and Ontario.

Rattlesnake Hills Gold Project   –   Wyoming, United States

Rattlesnake Hills Gold Project – Wyoming, United States

The Rattlesnake Hills Gold Project has the geologic setting, alteration and mineralization similar to other gold deposits of the Rocky Mountain alkaline province which, collectively, have produced over 50 million ounces of gold. The project is located in Central Wyoming approximately 100 kilometres southwest of Casper on the western side of Natrona County. The property is comprised of 1,281 unpatented lode mining claims as well as 7 Wyoming State mining leases covering an area of approximately 33,500 acres. The Property is controlled 100% by GFG, although certain portions of the property are subject various royalty agreements.

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West Porcupine & Dore Gold Projects – Ontario, Canada

Pen Gold and Dore Gold Projects - Ontario, Canada

The Pen Gold Project is located 50 kilometres southwest of the prolific gold district and town of Timmins, Ontario. The property represents a land package of approximately 445 square kilometres and is situated between Goldcorp’s Borden Gold project and Tahoe Resources’ West Timmins Mine. The property consists of a 40-kilometer-long section of Archean greenstone that contains the interpreted western extension of the Porcupine-Destor Fault Zone within the same geological setting that hosts most of the gold deposits found in the Timmins Gold Camp.

The Dore Gold Project is located 40 kilometres east of Goldcorp’s Borden gold project and 30 kilometres northwest of IAMGOLD’s Cote Lake gold project in Ontario. The Dore Gold land package, consisting of 56 claims over an area of approximately 120 square kilometres, covers a 12-kilometre-long section of Archean greenstone within the Swayze Greenstone Belt.

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