BLACK TUSK APPLIES FOR MCKENZIE EAST DRILLING PERMIT
Updated: Apr 7, 2020
Mr. Richard Penn reports
BLACK TUSK RESOURCES INC. SUBMITS DRILL PERMIT APPLICATION FOR THE MCKENZIE EAST PROJECT, QUEBEC
Black Tusk Resources Inc.'s application for a permit to conduct exploration drilling on the McKenzie East gold project has been submitted to Quebec Ministry of Forests, Wildlife and Parks. The application process was prepared by Sulviculture La Verendrye of Amos, Que. The location of proposed drilling was determined by Black Tusk's geological team.
The McKenzie East project permit will allow for the construction of 18 drill pads, 11 water supply stations and three kilometres of access trails. Black Tusk anticipates conducting this work during the 2020 exploration season.
Prior to conducting diamond drilling on the property, Black Tusk plans to undertake surface prospecting, mapping and sampling once access to the property is conducive for this work, expected to be later this spring. Areas of interest were determined from the results of the recently completed magnetic survey over the property combined with the results from historic exploration work.
The company is looking forward to the start of the 2020 exploration season at the McKenzie East gold project in Val d'Or, Que.
The company has also issued two million stock options of which 1.6 million of the issued options were issued to directors and officers of the company. The options have an exercise price of five cents per share and expire on March 24, 2022.
About Black Tusk Resources Inc.
Black Tusk Resources is engaged in mineral exploration of its gold projects in world-class mining regions across Canada. The company currently owns a 100-per-cent undivided interest in three separate gold properties.
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