Prolific Valley of Gold Featured in "Canada’s Gold Country"
NEW YORK - RadioFN host Michael Blackstone provides an insightful interview with industry mining experts on Canada’s Gold Country. David Bond, a well-known award winning mining journalist, Geological Engineer Yves Gagnon and Abcourt Mines Inc. (PINK SHEETS: ABMBF)(TSX VENTURE: ABI) President Renaud Hinse provide RadioFN with details on the prevalence of mineralization along the Cadillac fault in the prolific Val d’Or (Valley of Gold) District of Quebec. The Val d’Or district is considered by many industry professionals as one of the most mining-friendly districts in North America. Abcourt’s key projects are located in this area and consist of a past producing silver/zinc mine, the Abcourt-Barvue mine, and a past producing gold mine, the Elder gold mine.
The RadioFN interview reveals the potential to at least double the existing resources is excellent since the deposit is only explored to 300 meters (1,000 feet) as it shares the same geological model as existing mines in the area that are down several thousand feet. The company is debt-free and has managed to maintain and upgrade their properties, equipment, and resources during the hiatus, all without diluting the share structure.
Abcourt’s other prize asset is their 100% interest in the past producing Elder gold mine located 60 miles from their silver/zinc project in Northwestern Quebec along the Cadillac fault.
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