A STRING OF ADVANCED GOLD EXPLORATION PROPERTIES IN NORTHERN SASKATCHEWAN

OUR INNITIAL TARGET IS TO DEVELOP A MILLION ONCES GOLD RESOURCE

MAS Gold Corp. - TXSV-MAS - is focused on exploration projects in Saskatchewan along the La Ronge Greenstone Belt.

These road accessible projects are located approximately 60 km west of producing Seabee and Santoy gold mines operated by SSR Mining Inc.

In the belt, MAS Gold Corp. operates the Greywacke and Preview North Properties that include North Lake and Point advanced gold projects, each hosting drill-intercepted zones of gold mineralization.

With addition of the Elizabeth Lake VMS deposit and Henry Lake , MAS has a 100% ownership of four properties totaling 33, 843 hectares (83, 628 acres) along geologically prospective sections of La Ronge, Kisseynew and Glennie Domains of the La Ronge Gold Belt.

The Greywacke North deposit, which hosts several known stratabound, high-grade gold-bearing zones, has 255,500 tonnes at 9.92 g/t Au (cut-off grade of 5 grams gold/tonne) plus an Inferred Mineral Resource of 59,130 tonnes at 7.42 g/t Au (NI 43-101 Technical Report, June 1, 2016).

The North Lake deposit located at Preview North Property is estimated to contain an Inferred Mineral Resource of 14,110,000 t grading 0.92 g/t Au, hence 417,000 contained ounces of gold.

MAS Gold has recently completed a more intensive phase of work directed towards establishing the resource base for it “hub and spoke” mining model for its Preview-North and Greywacke projects.

Current Key Projects

MAS Gold has recently completed a more intensive phase of work directed towards establishing the resource base for it “hub and spoke” mining model for its Preview-North and Greywacke projects that included:

Drilling on the Greywacke property

Objective: Upgrading the resource classifications and extending the resource to depth at Greywacke North, and exploration on the Lyons and Greywacke south zones

READ ABOUT THE LATEST DRILL RESULTS HERE

Drilling on the Preview North property

North Lake drilling

Objective: Upgrading the resource classification and testing resource extension to depth and to north

READ ABOUT THE LATEST DRILL RESULTS HERE

Point Deposit and Joe Prospect drilling and exploration work

Objective: Further definition drilling and surface geological mapping on the Point deposit and Joe prospect on the Preview North Property

PROGRAM PLANNED FOR SUMMER 2021

LATEST NEWS


"I consider the La Ronge gold belt and a lot of Saskatchewan to be very prospective" said Netolitzky. "The section, in which we are working with MAS Gold, is part of the Lower Proterozoic Trans Hudsonian Orogeny, specifically domains of island arc and sedimentary basin rocks that have been folded and re-folded, faulted and highly metamorphosed."

"What is most interesting, they resemble the kind of setting that we see in West Africa, where the Lower Proterozoic belts are considered very prospective for gold."

Excerpt from the article about Ron Netolitzky from February/March 2020 issue of the Resource World Magazine

TRANS HUDSONIAN OROGENY

SASKATCHEWAN - RATED AS NUMBER ONE PROVINCE IN THE WORLD FOR MINING INVESTMENT

Jim Engdahl, CEO of MAS Gold Corp. (TSXV: MAS), explains why the up-and-coming resource province of Saskatchewan presents a great opportunity for investors and for the company and their portfolio of advanced gold properties in La Range Gold Belt

MAS GOLD CORP. - Presentation

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Our initial goal is to develop over a million ounces of gold resource, by consolidating resources of our portfolio properties located in a geologically potent La Ronge Gold Belt, Saskatchewan, Canada.

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EXISTING INFRASTRUCTURE

The properties have been selected strategically to be located near existing road and other infrastructure for cost efficiency.

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SASKATCHEWAN - WORLD'S TOP MINING JURISDICTION

The province of Saskatchewan offers mining friendly jurisdiction and the local community is supportive of our activities. Read more HERE

BUSINESS PLAN

GREYWACKE PROJECT

Potential standalone underground mining operation. A low cost processing facility envisioned to be located on site.

Positive preliminary metallurgical tests support the concept of efficient gravity recovery plans.

PREVIEW NORTH PROPERTY

Potential open pit mine at North Lake area.

Preview North area envisions a centralized processing plant where the ore of various grades from the nearby satellite deposits would be commingled for cost effective processing.

Positive preliminary metallurgical tests support the concept of efficient flotation recovery plans.

David Tupper - VP of Exploration - Presentation on Lithological and structural controls for gold mineralization at the North Lake and Greywacke North gold deposits - Geologic Open House, Saskatchewan, December 2019