Nighthawk is a Canadian-based gold exploration company with 100% ownership of more than 930 km2 of district-scale land position within the Indin Lake Greenstone Belt, located approximately 200 km north of Yellowknife, Northwest Territories, Canada. The Company is advancing several highly prospective exploration targets. Nighthawk's experienced management team, with a track record of successfully advancing projects and operating mines, is working towards demonstrating the economic viability of its assets and rapidly advancing its projects towards a development decision.
Nighthawk recently announced an updated mineral resource estimate (“2022 MRE”), which resulted in significant increase in estimated open-pit mineral resources. The Company is re-envisioning the district as a potential large-scale, open-pit project.
Nighthawk Gold Reports 2.09 g/t Au Over 92.0 m and 2.72 g/t Au Over 34.50 m from the Colomac Main Deposit
Nighthawk Gold Reports 1.91 g/t Au Over 60.95 Metres from the 2022 Exploration Program Initial Drill Assay Results
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