Our crew recently traveled to one of North America’s most famous gold camps: Ontario’s Red Lake Gold Mining District. Those who’ve driven through the Lake of the Woods in Western Ontario know the beauty this region beholds, particularly in fall. A medley of yellow, orange, and red leaves line the highway from Winnipeg to Red Lake.
As the leaves on the white birch trees of Red Lake turn from green to gold, veterans of the mining industry know there is something that shines even brighter, beneath the dirt… and it’s exactly around this time of year when the results from summer drill programs are revealed.
For the residents and miners of small-town Red Lake, gold is never far from their minds. It’s been like this for almost a century. Gold mining, in many ways, has dictated the flow of life in Red Lake ever since the precious metal was first discovered on its shores around 1925.
Since then, the Red Lake region has been home to many a profitable mine, with approximately 28 mines producing roughly 29 million ounces of gold, and counting…
Red Lake Resurgence in 2019/2020
The largest and most prolific gold mine in Red Lake history is aptly named the Campbell Red Lake Mine, which still produces gold today. Impressively, the mine has produced roughly 23 million ounces of gold at an average grade around 15 grams per ton. With this in mind, it’s understandable why many industry pros view Red Lake as the ‘high-grade gold mining capital of Canada.’
New Discovery Breathes New Life
Towards the end of 2018 and into 2019, a new discovery took centre stage in Red Lake, breathing life into a community that had become used to majors running the show: junior explorer Great Bear Resources’ famed Dixie Project discovery.
Great Bear’s share price soared from a low in 2018 of around CAD$0.50 per share to a high above CAD$19 in 2020.
Typically, the exploration companies we take on as clients and feature aren’t based on area plays or staking rushes alone. We like to introduce companies with strong management teams, exploration upside potential, enough capital in the bank to complete significant work programs, and, if possible, a rich body of drilling history.
We believe we’ve found an example of one such company with projects in the Red Lake region of Ontario…
In addition to operating in the prolific region for quite some time, this junior explorer has notable historical drill results on one of its projects. Known as Newman Todd, this project has 55,000 meters of historical drill results. Approximately 41% of those drill holes intersected greater than 10 grams per ton gold over various intervals…
That junior explorer is Trillium Gold Mines (TSXV: TGM) (OTCQX: TGLDF).
Having raised approximately CAD$13 million earlier this month (units priced at CAD$1.70 for non-flow through and CAD$1.90 for flow-through), Trillium Gold Mines Inc. (“Trillium” or the “Company”) is well-financed to conduct an extensive exploration work program at its Red Lake projects.
Unlike juniors who are new to Red Lake, Trillium Gold Mines Inc. (formerly Confederation Minerals Ltd.) has been working in the region since approximately 2011. What’s more, the Company has been acquiring interests in new projects in the Red Lake area in recent months.
After its shares rose to a high of CAD$2.78 on August 5, 2020, Trillium’s stock price has corrected, last trading as of this writing at CAD$1.77. Trillium has a market cap of approximately CAD$52.56 million (according to Bloomberg). Compared to many junior explorers with a similar treasury balance, Trillium has significantly less shares outstanding.
Trillium Gold’s Exploration Projects
We’re going to focus on three key projects Trillium has interests in in the greater Red Lake area: Newman Todd, Gold Centre, and Leo. Let’s begin with the Company’s flagship project – Newman Todd – which our crew had the opportunity to visit…
To get to the Newman Todd project, our crew hopped on a pontoon boat for a scenic, one-hour cruise across Red Lake (there is also an all-season road that takes ~2 hours to traverse).
Upon arrival to Newman Todd Southwest (formerly known as the Rivard project), we were met lakeside by local resident and long-time miner, Danny Rivard. His family, after which the property was originally named, had been small-scale mining on the claims for decades. Mr. Rivard, now in his 60s, began mining with his father when he was just a kid…
After getting to know the Rivard family, Trillium signed an agreement to acquire the Rivard Property in August of 2020 (click here to read the terms and details of the agreement to acquire the Rivard Property). Rivard now makes up the southwest portion of the overall Newman Todd project.
Russell Star, CEO of Trillium Gold, described the importance of the acquisition in an August 2020 press release,
“The Rivard Property adds another significant piece to our exploration package in Red Lake. The property includes an on-strike extension to the Newman Todd Zone (“NTZ”) to the southwest of our current land holding and adds a new exploration dimension with the high grade gold veins that have been mined on surface by the Rivard Family to the northwest in the footwall of the NTZ.”
Trillium signed the agreement for the Rivard project for a few reasons. The fact it lies adjacent and on-strike to the Company’s flagship project, known as Newman Todd, is perhaps the most important.
Newman Todd – The Reason We’re Here
From historical drill results, Trillium states that “approximately 41% of drill holes intercepted greater than 10 grams per ton gold over various intervals” at Newman Todd Northeast. Furthermore, while previous exploration discovered over 20 high-grade zones, the Company believes the “property is underexplored with multiple untested zones and new geological targets emerging.” Additionally, Newman Todd Northeast has “only 2.2 km of mineralized strike-length tested to date, remaining open at either end and at depth.”
And despite all the previous historical drilling at Newman Todd, Trillium has yet to “drill deep” on the project. This is an important distinction to make as gold mineralization at many of Ontario’s gold camps runs deep, as shown in the chart below.
Trillium’s Newman Todd SW and NE Remain Open and Untested at Depth
On October 6, 2020, the Company announced it had intersected 15.41 grams per tonne gold over 7.05m at Newman Todd.
Below are the highlights from the press release:
- “Confirmation of high-grade gold mineralization in the west Red Lake area, a region historically under-explored, showing Red Lake-style gold mineralization
- Hole NT20-169 intersected 15.41 g/t gold (Au) over 7.05m , starting at 226m downhole in the Newman Todd Zone in geology favourable for hosting high-grade gold mineralization
- Hole NT20-167 intersected 8.63 g/t Au over 6.55m
- Ongoing testing of mineralized and structural controls to expand previously known areas of mineralization
- First drilling and batch of assays (since 2013) from the phase one drill program”
The last point may be the most significant. These are the first holes drilled on Newman Todd since 2013.
The Company continues in the aforementioned press release,
“assays are pending for the remaining five holes.”
We are expecting the results from these holes in the coming weeks.
Trillium goes on to note,
“Drilling from 2013 and earlier had mostly focused on testing the zone by targeting the footwall by drilling to the southeast, potentially undercutting much of the targeted zone. Newman Todd is a highly prospective target with 41% of the 165 historic drill holes having intervals of greater than 10 g/t gold over various lengths.”
“In addition, nearly all drilling has been to depths less than 400m. The Red Lake Camp is famously known for high grade gold mineralization at depth with Evolution Mining’s Red Lake Gold Mine currently reaching depths of several thousands of feet. Trillium will continue to test various drill orientations in order to develop a comprehensive understanding of the mineralization and structural controls and test the depth potential of the Newman Todd Zone.”
Click here to read the full press release.
Another takeaway from this press release:
“The early success of the program, prior to the receipt of the assays for the remaining holes has provided enough encouragement to restart drilling, expected to commence shortly.”
With approximately CAD$13 million raised in recent weeks, Trillium has the capital to continue working the project. It’s worth noting that in the Red Lake region, explorers can drill almost year-round, unlike many areas in Northern Canada.
Although it’s the flagship, not all of Trillium’s exploration budget will be going to Newman Todd…
Gold Centre – In the Heart of the Highest-Grade Gold Camp in North America
On August 31, 2020, Trillium announced it had signed a binding joint venture agreement with Rupert Resources Ltd. to acquire an 80% ownership in the Gold Centre property. According to the Company, the Gold Centre project is “adjacent to and on strike with Evolution Mining’s Campbell-Red Lake Mine which has produced 23.8 M ounces of gold at an average grade of greater than ½ ounce gold per ton (or greater than 15.6 g/t).”
Much like Newman Todd, Gold Centre has yet to be drilled relatively deep.
Regarding its exploration plans for Gold Centre, Trillium announced at the end of August,
“Trillium Gold is planning a strategic and targeted exploration program for the Gold Centre project. A key component of the C$2 million drilling program is deep oriented core drilling (2 holes of 1,000m) to test for the down-plunge extension of the High Grade Zone (“HGZ”) currently in production at the neighboring Evolution Mining’s Red Lake mine. With success, Trillium will have proven that this prolific gold zone continues on to the Gold Centre property and is only about 350m from the current operating areas of Evolution’s mine, as illustrated in Figure 2.”
Click here to read the full press release.
Note: Mineralization or production on nearby properties/projects is not necessarily indicative of mineralization or future production potential on Trillium’s properties/projects.
Leo – Greenfield Exploration
Compared to Trillium’s other projects, Leo (ownership 100% — click here for acquisition terms) is massive at 20,735 hectares.
The Leo project is located roughly 15 km south of Great Bear’s aforementioned Dixie project, which can be seen on the map above. While it’s road accessible and there are multiple trails across the property, Leo is a true greenfield exploration project.
According to the Company, the Leo project has “gold mineralization hosted in favourable rock types and structures” and that “historical work identified multiple gold zones at surface that are yet to be tested.”
Trillium intends to apply Artificial Intelligence technology at Leo to highlight exploration targeting through data integration and pattern recognition. Moreover, field work at Leo will include prospecting and mapping, surface sampling, ground/drone magnetic surveys to refine regional geophysical anomalies and create drill targets.
Trillium’s President and CEO is Russell Starr. As the former Senior Vice President and board member with Cayden Resources, Russell was integral in the marketing, financing, development and ultimate sale of Cayden in a deal valued at CAD$205 million to Agnico Eagle.
Russell guided our crew through the site visit. Click the image below to watch the full-length video of our site visit and interview with Russell Starr.
Next on the list is Bill Paterson, Trillium’s Vice President of Exploration. A Professional Geologist in Ontario, Mr. Paterson has extensive experience in both surface and underground exploration in Red Lake, including managing the ultra-deep surface drilling program at the Cochenour Mine that progressed to underground development, bulk sampling and starter mine status. Mr. Paterson started in Red Lake as the Senior Regional Geologist for Goldcorp Inc. and was promoted to Exploration Superintendent. He has extensive knowledge of all parts of the Red Lake and Confederation Greenstone Belts.
Another noteworthy member of the team is Chairman of the Board, Robert W. Schafer, P.GEO, MSc., PhD. Robert is a Registered Professional Geologist with +35 years international experience exploring for mineral deposits and identifying, evaluating and structuring business transactions globally having worked in more than 80 countries. Furthermore, he has been an executive with Hunter Dickinson, Kinross Gold and BHP Minerals.
Click here to learn more about Trillium’s leadership team.
Trillium is in a unique position. Unlike many other junior gold explorers, the Company is well-financed, has interests in several projects in a world-class mining jurisdiction, encouraging historical drill results, and a strong team of professionals, including a CEO with previous buyout experience.
Recognize that we are biased when it comes to Trillium. Trillium is a sponsor and client of Pinnacle Digest, and we own shares of the Company, making us cheerleaders and shareholders. We hope this report provides a high-level overview of Trillium, but it is not intended to be exhaustive. Conduct your own thorough and independent due diligence to properly understand the risks associated with investing in a speculative company of this nature. A good place to start your due diligence is reviewing Trillium’s Sedar filings at www.sedar.com.
We anticipate news from Trillium Gold Mines (TSXV: TGM)(OTCQX: TGLDF) over the coming months regarding Newman Todd, Gold Centre and, to a lesser extent, Leo. With the Company planning more drilling this year and into 2021, it may have a shot at making a new discovery in the renowned Red Lake region.
All the best with your investments,
Trillium Gold Mines’ Corporate Presentation
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Relating to exploration, the identification of exploration targets and any implied future investigation of such targets on the basis of specific geological, geochemical and geophysical evidence or trends are future-looking and subject to a variety of possible outcomes which may or may not include the discovery, or extension, or termination of mineralization. Further, areas around known mineralized intersections or surface showings may be marked or described by wording such as “open”, “untested”, “possible extension” or “exploration potential” or by symbols such as “?”. Such wording or symbols should not be construed as a certainty that mineralization continues or that the character of mineralization (e.g. grade or thickness) will remain consistent from a known and measured data point. The key risks related to exploration in general are that chances of identifying economical reserves are extremely small.
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