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Dominant Land Position
Gander Gold controls 1,850 sq. km across five major project areas in the heart of the Gander Gold Belt, including rapidly progressing Gander North where robust exploration results from extensive work in 2021 and 2022 highlight the impressive discovery potential at this 485 sq. km land package.
Aggressive Exploration
Using cutting edge technology and a multi-disciplined team, Gander Gold is following a proven exploration model for the under-explored Gander Gold Belt with geologists fine-tuning a growing inventory of high-priority diamond drilling targets as RAB drilling tests multiple anomalies.
Virgin Territory
The ``blue sky`` exploration potential of Gander Gold's dominant land position in the Gander Gold Belt has our team and investors excited. Preliminary drilling (RAB) started in May 2023. No previous drilling has ever been carried out on these grassroots properties, providing shareholders with tremendous discovery leverage.

Gander North

SIZE: 485 SQ. KM

Geophysical structures stretch east-northeast for approximately 25 km and are overlain by highly anomalous gold and copper-in-soil/till as determined by two years of extensive soil sampling

•  More than 12,000 C-horizon soil samples, local GT Probe geochemical follow-up surveys, airborne geophysical surveys (MAG-VLF, LiDAR), structural interpretation, prospecting and geological mapping of select target areas within the project have revealed potential for entirely new high-grade gold trend east of the GRUB Line

•  First-ever drilling (RAB, rotary air blast) is currently being carried out to delineate best targets for diamond drilling

Mt. Peyton

SIZE: 956 SQ. KM

Massive land package in favorable intrusive setting west of New Found Gold’s Keats Zone and east of Sokoman’s Moosehead discovery

The under-explored intrusive and gabbroic rocks found at Mt. Peyton are typically associated with gold mineralization

Two large zones have been identified for first-ever drill testing due to widespread gold-in-soil anomalies and coincident geophysical structures – Goldenrod in the northwest and Golden Horseshoe in the southwest


(Botwood, Laurenceton and Thwart Island)

SIZE: 287 SQ. KM

BLT gives Gander Gold exposure to a large unexplored section of the Northern Arm Fault, the same fault system that hosts Marathon Gold’s multi-million ounce gold resource to the southwest

Newly identified Islander Zone gold-in-soil discovery on Thwart Island measures 1,400 m x 400 m and remains wide open for expansion – top 10 samples averaged 853 ppb Au (0.85 g/t Au) with the highest-grade sample returning 5.94 g/t Au

Very anomalous arsenic-in-soil is consistently present across the interpreted strike of the Islander Zone which will be drill tested for the first time in 2023



• 65 km north of Gander, Carmanville extends out to the west from the GRUB Line

• Along the GRUB Line there are multiple gold showings that are all either sitting along the GRUB Line contact or just inboard (west) by 3-4 km within a magnetic low

• Carmanville is anomalous with the same geochemical elements as the H-Pond and Jonathan’s Pond targets to the south near Gander

Gander South


• Highly strategic claims along a favorable structure (Dog Bay Line) immediately west of New Found Gold’s Eastern Pond discovery in the southern part of its Queensway Project

• Claims are located on strike with the Beaver Brook antimony mine and are within as little as 5 km of Eastern Pond discovery defined by subcrop and till sample results over a minimum strike length of 4 km

• An encouraging historic gold and arsenic stream silt anomaly at Gander South has yet to be investigated