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Pickle Crow Gold Project.

Auteco Minerals Chairman Ray Shorrocks' bold prediction from last October that his Pickle Crow Gold Project could reach the two-million-ounce mark in resources by this winter has apparently come to pass.

The Australian gold explorer, which is poking around the former Pickle Crow Mine near Pickle Lake, announced a new resource estimate for its project, which now stands at 2.23 million ounces, averaging 7.89 grams of gold per tonne, all in the inferred category. The resource update was compiled from 30,000 metres of drill data. Taken from the following article which has more information. https://www.northernontariobusiness.com/industry-news/mining/auteco-has-plenty-to-crow-about-in-pickle-lake-5069224

Ring of Fire, James Bay Lowlands, Northern Ontario Canada, 2015.

This 5000 sq. km. vast area in the far north of Ontario is equally valued for hosting one the largest intact peatlands remaining on the planet - the most effective terrestrial ecosystem for sequestering carbon and therefore one of our best defences against climate change - as well as for their, so far largely undeveloped, mineral deposits.

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Pickle Crow Gold Project.<br />
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Auteco Minerals Chairman Ray Shorrocks' bold prediction from last October that his Pickle Crow Gold Project could reach the two-million-ounce mark in resources by this winter has apparently come to pass.<br />
<br />
The Australian gold explorer, which is poking around the former Pickle Crow Mine near Pickle Lake, announced a new resource estimate for its project, which now stands at 2.23 million ounces, averaging 7.89 grams of gold per tonne, all in the inferred category. The resource update was compiled from 30,000 metres of drill data. Taken from the following article which has more information.  https://www.northernontariobusiness.com/industry-news/mining/auteco-has-plenty-to-crow-about-in-pickle-lake-5069224<br />
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Ring of Fire, James Bay Lowlands, Northern Ontario Canada, 2015. <br />
<br />
This 5000 sq. km. vast area in the far north of Ontario is equally valued for hosting one the largest intact peatlands remaining on the planet - the most effective terrestrial ecosystem for sequestering carbon and therefore one of our best defences against climate change - as well as for their, so far largely undeveloped, mineral deposits.<br />
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51°30'4" N 90°2'47" W