Mariner becomes largest land tenure holder in Newfoundland

Jonathan’s Pond project in Newfoundland. (Image courtesy of Exploits Discovery Corp.).

Mariner Resources (CSE: RNR) has just become the largest land tenure holder in Newfoundland following its acquisition of a 100% interest in Exploits Gold, a private company focused on gold exploration in the Exploits Subzone in the central region of the Canadian province.

Following the buyout, which was done by issuing an aggregate of 18,910,752 common shares, Mariner also changed its name to Exploits Discovery Corp. (CSE: NFLD), as it now holds strategic land positions in discrete blocks along the full length of the Exploits Subzone. 

Overall, the company now holds 1,760 square kilometres of gold exploration ground in Newfoundland

Overall, the company holds 1,760 square kilometres of gold exploration ground, with its core assets being the Mt. Peyton and Jonathan’s Pond projects, located two and 25 kilometres west and northeast respectively of New Found Gold’s Queensway discovery.

According to the miner, Jonathan’s Pond hosts visible gold-bearing quartz veins up to 3 metres wide, with a current strike length of 450 metres, open in all directions with grab samples from outcrop of up to 28.82 g/t Au. The property is also situated on a 15-kilometre strike length airborne magnetic anomaly, coincident with the anomalous float grab samples of up to 25.8 g/t Au.

“We are pleased to have closed this transaction and to focus on the exploration of the advanced exploration targets on Mt Peyton, Jonathan’s Pond, True Grit and Dog Bay while we expand and develop additional targets with our compilation and gold prospect follow up on other ground,” Michael Collins, Mariner/Exploits CEO, said in a media statement.

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