Gowest Gold’s Bradshaw project receives final permits
Gowest Gold Ltd. has received all of the permits required to begin advanced exploration on its 100 per cent owned Bradshaw Gold Deposit, part of its North Timmins Gold Project, and is in discussions to secure all required contracts and funding to allow for the mining and processing of a bulk sample.
“After a lengthy and thorough review, we have received the critical permits that will enable us to take the next major step towards the development of the next new gold mine in the Timmins gold camp,” said Gowest president and CEO Greg Romain. “Our strategy is to optimize project efficiencies, accelerate timelines and lower both up-front and overall project costs. The Bradshaw project, which forms part of the company’s large land package and includes numerous additional mineralized targets, is a high-grade gold deposit with significant potential for growth along strike and at depth.”
Detailed engineering work is ongoing in advance of site preparation, ramp construction and underground development work required to extract the bulk sample.
Gowest Gold is also negotiating with Northern Sun Mining Corp. for the use of the Redstone Mill located in Timmins.
The company is seeking the right to use the mill for the purpose of processing up to 500 tonnes per day as part of its bulk sample and pre-production program.