VANCOUVER — GT Gold (TSXV: GTT; US-OTC: GTGDF) has unearthed the first noteworthy greenfield gold discovery in British Columbia’s historic Golden Triangle, following a recent exploration surge across the region. On July 25, the company released assays from 20 reverse circulation (RC) drill holes completed at its Tatogga property.
The results were headlined by 13 g/t gold over 10.67 metres from 7 metres depth in hole 008. Additional intercepts of note include: 17.41 g/t gold over 9.14 metres from 46 metres depth in hole 019; 15.33 g/t gold over 8.84 metres from 5.5 metres depth in hole 022; and 10.7 g/t gold over 9.14 metres from 14.33 metres depth in hole 020. The 308 km2 property sits in northwestern B.C., around 70 km due south of Dease Lake on the Klastline Plateau, and is directly accessible from paved highway 37.