Blackwolf Copper and Gold initial results from Harry Property confirm significant gold discovery

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Blackwolf Copper and Gold CEO Morgan Lekstrom joined Steve Darling from Proactive to share news regarding the company's initial assay results from the Swann Zone at the Harry Property, located in the Golden Triangle.

Lekstrom reported that the results have confirmed a significant gold discovery in this area.

Notably, one of the key intervals, H23-017, returned impressive results with 312 grams per tonne of gold and 101 grams per tonne of silver over 1.0 meter at the 139-meter level.

Additionally, another interval from the same hole showed 291 grams per tonne of gold with 118 grams per tonne of silver over 1.0 meter at the 199-meter level. These intervals are situated within a broader zone containing multiple, overlapping phases of sulphide mineralization and quartz veins.

It's worth noting that more assay results from this particular hole, as well as the remaining six holes in the program, are still pending.

Furthermore, additional assays are expected from the Cantoo Property, located south of Harry and west of the Premier Mine.

These promising assay results mark a significant milestone for Blackwolf Copper and Gold and highlight the potential of the Swann Zone and the broader Harry Property in the Golden Triangle. The company's ongoing exploration efforts aim to uncover further mineralization and expand their understanding of the resource potential in this prolific region.

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