The CEO of Kodiak Copper discusses 2021 catalysts and recent drill results today
This week, junior mining companies with flagship projects in British Columbia, Saskatchewan, and Ontario will discuss their latest drill results and upcoming/ongoing drill programs.
Continuing with this Canadian theme, a panel of junior mining companies with projects in Yukon – Strategic Metals, White Gold, and Granite Creek Copper – will also be coming together to discuss trends and innovations in both exploration and investing.
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In this live summit, Kodiak Copper’s (TSX-V: KDK | WKN: A2P2J9 | OTC: KDKCF) CEO, Claudia Tornquist, will be discussing Kodiak Copper’s latest drill results, released February 16, 2021, from their MPD copper-gold porphyry project in British Columbia.
She’ll also be giving investors greater insight into the 30,000m drill program the Company expects to start soon.
GFG Resources (TSX-V: GFG | OTCQB: GFGSF) CEO Brian Skanderbeg will discuss drill results from the 2020 Phase 2 drill program at the company’s Pen Gold project in the prolific gold district of Timmins.
Brian will also dive into details of the company’s winter 2021 drill program that has just started, along with the drill targets they are focusing on.
Yukon’s leaders return for part three of their four-part Thought Leader Panel next Thursday at 10am PT / 1pm ET.
The President & CEOs of Strategic Metals (TSX-V: SMD), White Gold (TSX-V: WGO | OTC: WHGOF | FRA: 29W) and Granite Creek Copper (TSX-V: GCX | US OTC: GCXXF) discuss innovations and trends in the mining and exploration sectors in 2021, including drone usage, digital mining and millennial investing.
Standard Uranium (TSX-V: STND | US OTC: STTDF | FRA: 9SU) CEO Jon Bey will be discussing the Phase II drill program for the company’s flagship Davidson River project, surrounded by major players in uranium exploration and development in the prolific Athabasca Basin of Saskatchewan, Canada.