Everton Resources is a well funded junior exploration company with properties in the Dominican Republic, in Ontario and in Quebec. The Company provides investors with an exceptional portfolio of active projects in three separate and distinct emerging gold and base metals districts.
Everton recently acquired Hays Lake Gold Inc., a private mining exploration company with various options to acquire a consolidated land package located in the Shoal Lake area, near Kenora, Ontario. The 38 km² Shoal Lake Gold Project is comprised of two significant high grade gold deposits: Duport and Cedar Island.
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Everton Resources Updates on Exploration Activities in Canada and Dominican Republic
Everton Announces Discovery of New Mineralized Zone on Ponton Property
Study Confirms Potential for Gold-Rich VMS Deposits at Ampliación Pueblo Viejo II Concession
Aurizon Identifies New Gold Targets on Opinaca and Wildcat Properties
Everton Resources to Start Deep Drilling Program at Ampliación Pueblo Viejo Project
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