Drilling at Camel Creek has commenced

Two previous drilling programs completed at Camel Creek during 2020 have highlighted the potential of a significant gold system with numerous high grade drill intersections returned extending over approximately 1000 metres of strike. The known gold mineralisation as defined by previously mined shallow open pits and previous drilling extends over at least 3 kilometres and the Company has now commenced a large drilling program at Camel Creek to test the mineralisation over 2 kilometres of strike to an average depth of 120 metres.

Reverse circulation drilling on nominal 40 metre centres is planned with hole depths ranging from 80- 180 metres depth with a total of 5000 metres to be drilled. The completion of the systematic drilling at Camel Creek will lead to a JORC 2012 resource estimate for the Camel Creek gold system.

The drilling is anticipated to take approximately one month to complete, with assay results due over the following month.

Previous Camel Creek drilling results and planned RC drilling

 Rights Issue Offer Extended

Board of Great Northern Minerals has decided to extend the closing date of the current Rights Issue Offer.  For more information please click here.

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