BonTerra is a junior exploration company with its focus in North America. It has a strong management team and the ability to resource properties within British Columbia and the United States. BonTerra has acquired 100-per-cent interest in ground applied for, adjacent to First Gold Exploration Inc.'s Pivert/Rose property. The two separate claim groups are contiguous to Alix Resources Corp. and First Gold's Pivert/Rose, bordering on the north-northeast. The 27 claim blocks total approximately 1,400 hectares.
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