Taiga Gold Corp. – Built for Acquisition
Taiga Gold Corp. (CSE:TGC) is a Saskatchewan-based gold exploration company with the bulk of its projects located in the vicinity of the SSR Mining’s Seabee Gold Operation. Taiga’s flagship, the 37,000ha Fisher, is located adjacent to the Seabee Gold Operation and is under option to SSR Mining. Exploration efforts at the Fisher are focused along the Santoy Shear Zone which bisects the property N-S. The Santoy Shear is host to the high-grade Santoy Gold Mine located 1.5km north of the Fisher/Seabee Gold Operation border.
Several of Taiga’s other projects are strategically located along the N-S trending Tabbernor fault (a major regional structure) and these contain much of the remaining prospective geology of the area immediately south of the Seabee Gold Operation. The Orogenic Gold geological model is used to guide exploration efforts at these projects.
Taiga Gold Corp. was spun-out of Eagle Plains Resources in 2018, the projects incorporated into Taiga Gold were selected due to their strategic location with regard to the Seabee Gold Operation. The Seabee Gold Operation had only been recently purchased by SSR Mining (previously Silver Standard Resources) from Claude Resources for $337m.