Bullion Gold Resources Corp. (“Bullion Gold” or the “Corporation”) has hired GoldSpot Discoveries Corp. (“GoldSpot”), a major technology services company that uses machine learning to modify the mineral discovery process, to implement its proprietary machine learning and geoscience expert knowledge to the Bousquet Project in Quebec’s Abitibi Greenstone Belt.
Bullion Gold has 2,369 hectares of promising property located 40 km east of Rouyn-Noranda and 80 km west of Val-d’Or. Bousquet, LaRonde, Mouska, Doyon and Lapa are among the operating and past-producing mining operations along the 120 km between Rouyn-Noranda and Val-d’Or.
The Bousquet Project is situated near the profitable Cadillac break and is bordered by Iamgold Corporation, Agnico Eagle Mines Limited and Hecla Mining Corporation, all of which have active mines in the region.
Traditional target creation, prospectivity generation, 3D modeling and Smart Targets for drilling will all be provided by GoldSpot in collaboration with Bullion Gold’s technical team. GoldSpot has demonstrated experience in the field, as evidenced by its work with Monarch Mining Corporation and Opawica Exploration Inc.
Vincent Dubé-Bourgeois stated, “GoldSpot was founded doing work in the Abitibi Gold Belt, and we’re always excited when we get to continue our work in the region.”
Vincent Dubé-Bourgeois also added, “The Bousquet Project has shown some initial and historical success, and with our expertise in the area and using our proprietary software, we will be able to provide Bullion Gold with ranked and prioritized Smart Targets to move their project along in the most efficient way possible. I’m excited to build on our previous success and unlock the potential at the Bousquet Project.”
We are happy to work with GoldSpot Discoveries, a promising young Canadian company that brings an important technological aspect to our industry. We believe they can help us better conceptualize the potential of our flagship Bousquet property.
Jonathan Hamel, President and CEO, Bullion Gold Resources Corp.
One of Canada’s most productive gold-bearing faults is the world-famous Cadillac-Larder Lake fault. The trend has historically yielded more than 100 million ounces of gold. Lapa, Goldex, Sigma, La Ronde, Canadian Malartic and Lamaque are some of the gold deposits now in production.
The Bousquet project, located 40 km east of Rouyn-Noranda, consists of 71 claims covering 2,369 hectares. The property crosses the Cadillac Fault for over 7 km. Drill-tested gold showings on the site run the east-northeast gold corridor for more than 3.5 km south of the fault.