Industry Thoughts:

Gold Juniors Have Their Say

“Junior explorers want to develop assets so far so that you derisk them to a point where either you or somebody else can take it into production. I believe that it will probably be Alamos that will take the Wawa asset into production as they have a significant amount of interest in the region and are creating a gold camp similar to Timmins. By the end of 2022, we would like to have visibility on a larger resource at the Wawa project and hope to reach that critical number through further drilling.”

Quentin Yarie, President & CEO, Red Pine Exploration

“Gold has been a store of wealth and a hedge against inflation for thousands of years. An ounce of gold can buy you a good suit a thousand years ago and today, which is a property that no currency could ever claim. Gold trumps currencies when it comes to stability and it will continue to do so because it has proven itself as a hedge against global distress.”

Kevin Bullock, President & CEO, Anaconda Mining

"In addition to the development of Springpole, we began consolidating ownership in the Birch-Uchi Greenstone belt, increasing our land package from about 40,000 Ha to 70,000 Ha in 2021 through acquisitions and option agreements. The region has been historically fragmented and underexplored despite some very interesting geological trends."

Dan Wilton, CEO, First Mining Gold Corp.

Image courtesy of Red Pine Exploration