Fri, May 26, 2023 at 10:00 AM
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Dive deep into a dynamic conversation about the Tower Mountain Project and why it caught Wesly Hanson's eye and led to him delaying retirement to take on this journey with Thunder Gold. Wesley refers to the project as a low-drama mining opportunity. What does he mean by that? Does the company's large-tonnage, low-grade gold property offer tremendous value to investors? Join the conversation to ask him your questions about Thunder Gold's story.
Thunder Gold offers investors a low-cost entry point to a potential tier-one gold discovery. The Tower Mountain Gold Property, in the Shebandowan Greenstone Belt, lies adjacent to the Trans-Canada Highway, 50 kilometres west of Thunder Bay, Ontario. Historical diamond drilling, limited to 25 per cent of the interpreted zone of gold enrichment, has intersected extensive, low-grade gold mineralization within fractured and altered host rocks radiating outward from a semi-circular alkalic intrusion. Induced polarization (IP) surveys isolate coincident anomalies corresponding to the laterally extensive, low-grade gold mineralization. Surface prospecting has identified 20 undrilled, anomalous targets around the intrusive perimeter, offering a compelling exploration target. Thunder Gold is currently expanding the IP coverage around the remaining 75 per cent of the perimeter with the objective of prioritizing drill targets for 2023.
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Wesley HansonPresident & CEO of Thunder Gold Corp.Wesley C. (Wes) Hanson P. Geo. has worked continuously in the mining and mineral exploration sector for forty years. An experienced exploration geologist, his early career included being a member of professional teams that found, developed and operated over a half dozen, high-grade, underground gold discoveries. Being a member of this small, interdisciplinary team provided an opportunity to round up his professional experience, serving in the engineering, maintenance, metallurgical and mining departments both as a labourer and eventually, in supervisory roles. As a result, Mr. Hanson offers a wealth of hands-on practical experience with a strong background on mineral exploration, resource and reserve estimation and project evaluation. Later in his career, Mr. Hanson was part of teams that evaluated, designed and constructed several low grade, large tonnage open pit mines in the Yukon, Nevada, Chile and Brazil. He served in senior management positions with Kinross Gold and Western Goldfields (Newgold) where he was primarily engaged in technical supervision, project design and mergers and acquisitions. Mr. Hanson served as President and CEO of Noront Resources from 2009 through 2012, supervising the initial mineral resource estimates for nickel and chromite and securing over C$75.0 million in capital funding. He is passionate about the importance of environmental and social governance at all stages of mineral exploration. Mr. Hanson is currently Vice President of Exploration with Unigold, where he has supervised the exploration of the Neita Concession since 2013. Wes is a graduate of Mount Allison University (BSc. Geology) and is a practicing member of the Association of Professional Geoscientists of Ontario.
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