Whitehorse Gold updates Skukum resources with almost 1M oz. gold-equivalent

The Skukum gold project is located halfway between Whitehorse, Yukon, and Skagway, Alaska. Credit: Whitehorse Gold

Whitehorse Gold (TSXV: WHG; OTC: WHGDF) has published the updated 43-101 resource estimate for its Skukum, containing over 935,000 oz. of gold-equivalent: 418,000 oz. indicated and 517,000 oz. inferred. The independent estimate was prepared by P&E Mining Consultants with an effective date of Oct. 28, 2022. The 2020 resource estimate contained 336,000 oz. gold-equivalent in the indicated resource and 246,000 oz. gold-equivalent in the inferred resource.

The indicated resource is 1.6 million tonnes grading 6.79 g/t gold and 114.5 g/t silver, containing 418,000 gold-equivalent ounces. The inferred portion is 3.0 million tonnes averaging 4.64 g/t gold and 58.1 g/t silver, containing 517,000 gold-equivalent ounces. The resources are contained in the Skukum Creek, Goddell, and Mt. Skukum deposits, all of which are open to upgrading and expansion in the future.

Whitehorse Gold is the sole owner of the Skukum project, 55 km south of the city of Whitehorse. The project includes the historic Mt. Skukum deposit, which produced 79,750 oz. of gold between February 1986 and August 1988.

Learn more about the Skukum gold project and Whitehorse’s tin projects at www.WhitehorseGold.com.

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