MAS GOLD PROJECTS OVERVIEW
WE ARE FOCUSED ON THE UNDERDEVELOPED, HIGHLY PROSPECTIVE LA RONGE GREENSTONE BELT , SASKATCHEWAN
MAS Gold has assembled a large land package with multiple high quality assets extending along 130 km of La Ronge Gold Belt.
Four properties totaling in 45,660 hectares (105, 414 acres)
Properties occupy strategic position at transition between La Ronge Domain and Kisseynew Domain
"I consider the La Ronge gold belt and a lot of Saskatchewan to be very perspective" 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
TARGET TO DEVELOP MILLION + OUNCES GOLD RESOURCE
Our initial target 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.
MULTIPLE HISTORICALLY DELINEATED GOLD AND COPPER-GOLD ASSETS.
North Greywacke Gold Deposit: 43-101 compliant Mineral Resource (June 2016) - Indicated: 255,500 tonnes @ 9.92 g/t Au. , Inferred: 59,130 tonnes @ 7.42 g/t Au.
SIGNIFICANT FURTHER EXPLORATION POTENTIAL
Greywacke South Zone: greater than 16 historic drill holes completed.
Lyons Zone: 12 historic drill holes completed.
FURTHER EXPLORATION POTENTIAL PROPERTIES - Excellent future exploration prospects
La Ronge Gold Projects are located in the province of Saskatchewan in Canada, which has been continuously ranked as one of the most favourable jurisdictions for mining investments worldwide as all as in Canada.
- Rank Worldwide - 1st. in 2016, 2nd. in 2014, 2015, 2017
- Rank in Canada - 1st in 2014, 2015, 2016, 2017