Nexus Gold Corp is a gold exploration and development company and project generator. Nexus controls five projects in Canada, and five more (over 750-sq kms) in Burkina Faso, West Africa.
Our flagship Canadian asset is the McKenzie Gold Project, located in the heart of Red Lake, Ontario, one of the world’s most productive and high-profile gold mining locations. McKenzie is a 1,348-hecatre exploration project where historical groundwork has turned up multiple high-grade samples (up to 331 g/t gold) and compelling limited drill results (7.46 g/t gold over 8.2 meters, 15.54 g/t gold over 0.8 meters). Drilling is planned for 2020.
The New Pilot Gold Project is a 509-hecatre gold-copper exploration prospect with strong historical results, located in the historic Bridge River Mining Camp, in BC’s prolific Bralorne district, site of multiple and prolific past producing mines. Historic sampling has produced multiple samples over 100 g/t gold.
Nexus also controls over three gold-copper exploration projects in Newfoundland. The over 2,000-hectare GB Gold Copper Project, aka “Gummy Bear”, contains multiple showings of anomalous gold, copper and graphite. The Bauline and Black Ridge projects (over 800-ha) feature historical sample grades up to 15 g/t gold, 12 % copper and 143 g/t silver.
The West Africa Nexus portfolio consists of five projects in various stages of development (over 750 square kilometers of ground) in Burkina Faso, a gold-rich country that features dozens of producing mines operated by some of the world’s largest gold companies.
The Nexus flagship project in Burkina Faso is the Bouboulou Gold Concession, a 38.8 sq-km (3,800+ hectares) advanced stage exploration project. Historic drilling by Roxgold Inc., and more recently by Nexus, has established no less than five mineralized zones with significant gold intercepts of both length and grade. vNexus plans on additional drill programs in the near term with the goal of establishing a maiden resource.
The 100%-owned Dakouli 2 Gold Project is a 98-sq km concession with abundant and active artisanal workings. Initial sampling programs have returned several high-grade assays with the presence of coarse, nuggety, visible gold. The 100%-owned 190.53 sq-km (19,053-hectare) Manzour-Dayere gold exploration permit is located on the Boromo Greenstone belt, 325 km south west of the capital city of Ouagadougou, near the Ghana border. Historical exploration has produced several high-grade sampling results.
Nexus also controls the 178-sq km Niangouela Gold Concession, which has hosted successful drill programs in the past (26.65 g/t gold over 4.85 meters), and recently the company optioned it’s 250-sq km Rakounga Gold Concession for $1M CDN in payments to Nexus and $1.25M CDN in work commitments over four years to earn a 75% interest in the project.
For more information visit our website at nexus.gold or contact us directly at the Nexus Gold Vancouver office.