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To: jpthoma1 who wrote (30790)1/11/2022 9:43:41 AM
From: immuha
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Oui merci bien JP, quelle belle situation, le plus gigantesque chevalement dont je me souviens.

Quant ca marche, ca marche.

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To: Claude Cormier who wrote (30788)1/11/2022 9:57:14 AM
From: Pianoman1997
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Oui, j'avoue que j'avais perdu NPK de vue depuis longtemps jusqu'à la mention sur le board Ride the Tiger. Impressionnant comme montée. Bravo à ceux qui en avait!!!

Pour ARA, merci, j'ai fait quelques Google et j'ai trouvé un site.

Presentations (hochschildmining.com)

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To: Pianoman1997 who wrote (30792)1/11/2022 10:34:14 AM
From: Claude Cormier
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Je pense que NPK avec ses prévisions de croissance sera un achat pour encore longtemps. SI tout va bien, NPK va devenir le King de la potasse au Brésil et ailleurs. Actuellement, Il a les ressources pour fournir la planète entière pendant 12 ans.

En tout case je me suis acheté un sac de 20kg sur Amazon et je vais l'essayer dans mon jardin cette année. On va bien voir pourquoi les ventes explosent.

Je regarde ta découverte sur ARA. Merci.

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From: jpthoma11/11/2022 2:37:42 PM
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Le Nickel, maintenant un métal "vert", approche les US$10/livre.

Le projet Dumont va-t-il sortir de son long sommeil?

kitcometals.com

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To: jpthoma1 who wrote (30794)1/11/2022 3:06:43 PM
From: Nostradameus
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Oui je me le demande aussi. Pourquoi Osisko Green ( GOGR ) ne jump pas la dessus ?

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To: jpthoma1 who wrote (30794)1/11/2022 3:12:11 PM
From: Claude Cormier
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Il semble que Dumont ait besoin de prix de base légèrement supérieurs pour être suffisamment rentable. C'Est une question de temps.

L'étude de 2013 le suggère: dumontnickel.com

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To: Pianoman1997 who wrote (30792)1/11/2022 9:40:48 PM
From: Chileno80
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Mon cher Pianoman, vous avez manqué la conversation entre moi et Claude concernant ce titre le 14 décembre et l'achat d'engrais de la part de Claude qui compte bien l'essayer dans son potager! je vois le titre bcp plus haut. Je crois que le guidance est conservateur. Je vois npk dans les 10$ si il performe mieux que leur guidance 2022.

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To: jpthoma1 who wrote (30794)1/11/2022 10:11:17 PM
From: Chileno80
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Avez-vous vu le deal de Talon Metals avec Tesla! Super belle entente pour une tres beau gisement de nickel riche au USA, Minnesota. Félicitations à cette junior! Est-ce que ca pourrait aller plus haut? P-e si le depot grossit.


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To: Chileno80 who wrote (30797)1/11/2022 10:39:22 PM
From: Pianoman1997
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Effectivement Chileno, je n'ai pu fertiliser et engraisser le portfolio!!!

Je suis ça de près!

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From: Rollocaster1/12/2022 7:31:04 AM
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Getchell Gold drills 8.2 m of 8.8 g/t Au at Fondaway: Mets ça dans ta pipe... Étouffe toi pas avec la carotte !



Maintenant espérons que le marché va reconnaitre l'excellent travail de M. Sieb et son équipe !

GETCHELL GOLD CORP. CONTINUES TO DEMONSTRATE CONTINUITY AND THICKNESS OF THE COLORADO SW ZONE AND INTERSECTS 8.8 G/T AU OVER 8.2M AT THE JUNIPER ZONE AT THE FONDAWAY CANYON GOLD PROJECT, NV.
Getchell Gold Corp. has provided the results for holes FCG21-11 and FCG21-12 targeting the Colorado Southwest and Juniper gold zones at the Fondaway Canyon gold project in Nevada.

Key Highlights

Hole FCG21-11 intersected multiple significant gold intercepts within the Colorado SW zone over a 242 metre down hole distance including 1.4 g/t Au over 14.9m, 1.0 g/t Au over 52.5m and 2.2 g/t Au over 9.1m;FCG21-11 also encountered the near surface high-grade Juniper zone grading 8.8 g/t Au over 8.2m;Hole FCG21-12 intersected the Colorado SW zone of gold mineralization over a 92 metre down hole distance that included 6.3 g/t Au over 3.6m, 2.5 g/t Au over 24.5m, and 1.6 g/t Au over 25.5m;The Colorado SW gold zone, discovered in 2020, has now been tested by Getchell with eight drill holes that confirm its continuity on a 150m wide section along a 300 metre down dip extent;Including holes drilled by past operators, the Colorado SW zone is modelled to extend for 800 metres down dip from surface and remains open on strike and at depth;Assays are pending for holes FCG21-13 through FCG21-16.

"The gold assay results from these latest two drill holes continue to demonstrate the strong continuity and potential scale of the mineralizing system at Fondaway Canyon and provide an excellent start to 2022," states Mike Sieb, President, Getchell Gold Corp.

Fondaway Canyon 2021 Drill Program Update

Ten drill holes, FCG21-07 through FCG21-16, totalling 3,874 metres were drilled last year at the Fondaway Canyon Gold Project. All ten holes are located in the Central Area and followed up on the 2020 discovery of the Colorado SW, the Juniper, and the North Fork gold zones (Figure 1). The two drill holes, FCG21-11 and FCG21-12, reporting results in this news release, primarily targeted the Colorado SW gold zone.

Drill Hole FCG21-11

FCG21-11 was designed to extend the Colorado SW gold zone approximately 30 to 50 metres to the southeast down-dip of hole FCG21-08 and 40 metres to the northwest on-strike from holes FCG20-05 and FCG20-06 (Figure 1 and 2).

FCG21-11, stationed at the Colorado Pit on the same drill pad as FCG21-08 and drilling to the southwest, intersected multiple significant gold intercepts within the Colorado SW zone over a 242 metre down hole distance. Three of the more notable drill intercepts grade:1.4 g/t Au over 14.9m from 250.3 to 265.2m;1.0 g/t Au over 52.5m from 274.4 to 326.9m;2.2 g/t Au over 9.1m from 333.1 to 342.2m; with additional notable intervals presented in Table 1.

FCG21-11 was also designed to test the near surface high grade Juniper gold zone down dip from FCG21-08 that reported 4.7 g/t Au over 25.9m. FCG21-11 intersected a substantially higher-grade interval reporting 8.8 g/t Au over 8.2m from 107.8 to 116.0 including one sample that graded 22.9 g/t Au over 1.7m.

Drill Hole FCG21-12

FCG21-12, stationed near the canyon floor and drilling steeply to the northeast, was designed to test the down-dip extent of the Colorado SW gold mineralization encountered in FCG20-05 with a 40-metre step out. FCG21-12 intersected the Colorado SW zone of gold mineralization over a 92 metre down hole distance with three of the more notable drill intercepts grading:6.3 g/t Au over 3.6m from 224.4 to 228.0m;2.5 g/t Au over 24.5m from 235.5 to 260.0m;1.6 g/t Au over 25.5m from 271.9 to 297.4m; with additional notable intervals presented in Table 1.

There are now 8 holes drilled by the Company (FCG20-02, FCG20-03, FCG20-05 to FCG21-08, FC21-11, and FC21-12) on a 150 metre wide section that have confirmed continuity of the thick Colorado SW gold zone along a 300 metre down dip extent since its discovery in 2020. Including holes drilled by past operators, the Colorado SW zone is modelled to extend for 800 metres down dip from surface and remains open on strike and down dip.

There are four holes, FCG21-13 through FCG21-16, drilled in 2021 with assays pending and expected over the coming weeks.FCG 21-13 and FCG21-14, stationed in the Colorado Pit, were designed to infill an area below the pit that had a gap in the historic drill coverage to assist with the modelling of the upper region of the Colorado SW zone.FCG21-15, stationed near the canyon floor on the same drill pad as FCG21-12 and drilling almost vertical to the northeast, was designed to further extend the Colorado SW gold mineralization 30 metres down dip from FCG21-12.FCG21-16, stationed on the canyon floor at the junction of the Fondaway Canyon and North Fork drainages and drilled to the northwest, was designed to extend the North Fork gold zone 30 metres off-section to the northwest, from holes FCG20-04, FCG21-09, and FCG21-10.

Scott Frostad, P.Geo., is the Qualified Person (as defined in NI 43-101) who reviewed and approved the content and scientific and technical information in the news release.

The 2021 drill core is being processed using the same methods as the 2020 drill program. The core is cut at Bureau Veritas Laboratories' ("BVL") facilities in Sparks, Nevada, with the samples analyzed for gold and multi-element analysis in BVL's Sparks, Nevada and Vancouver, BC laboratories respectively. Gold values are produced by fire assay with an Atomic Absorption finish on a 30-gram sample (BV code FA430) with over limits re-analyzed using method FA530 (30g Fire Assay with gravimetric finish). The multi-element analyses are performed by ICP-MS following aqua regia digestion on a 30g sample (BV code AQ250). Quality control measures in the field include the systematic insertion of standards and blanks.

Highlighted drill intervals are based on a 0.25 g/t Au cut-off, minimum interval lengths of 3.3 metres (10 feet), and a maximum of 3.3 metres of internal dilution, with no top cut applied. All intervals are reported as downhole drill lengths and additional work is required to determine the true width.

About Getchell Gold Corp.

The Company is a Nevada focused gold and copper exploration company trading on the CSE: GTCH and OTCQB: GGLDF. Getchell Gold is primarily directing its efforts on its most advanced stage asset, Fondaway Canyon, a past gold producer with a significant in-the-ground historic resource estimate. Complementing Getchell's asset portfolio is Dixie Comstock, a past gold producer with a historic resource and two earlier stage exploration projects, Star and Hot Springs Peak. Getchell has the option to acquire 100% of the Fondaway Canyon and Dixie Comstock properties, Churchill County, Nevada.

We seek Safe Harbor.


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