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IN THE NEWS

Kestrel Gold Inc. announces resignati...   05.10.2018
Kestrel Gold Inc. (the “Corporation” or “Kestrel”) (TSX-V: KGC) announces that Brendan Reeve has resigned as the Chief Financial Officer of...

Kestrel Gold Inc. Announces Drill Res...   12. 8.2017
Kestrel Gold Inc. (“Kestrel” or the “Company”) (TSX.V:KGC) is pleased to announce drill results from the Val-Jual property located approxim...

Kestrel Gold’s Rock Sampling Progra...   10. 5.2017
Kestrel Gold Inc. (“Kestrel” or the “Company”) (KGC:TSX-V) is pleased to announce results from its 2017 exploration program on the Dease Pr...


PROJECTS

Kestrel’s strategy for growth and shareholder value is to define, acquire and systematically explore quality mineral exploration projects in areas where there are sound geological models for exploring for sizeable exploration targets. This will be in regional belts and geological terranes where world class deposits have already been found in the past and/or where there is good evidence that the potential for a significant discovery is yet to be realized.  New ground in such areas which has either been, ‘tied up’ for various reasons, or has been overlooked in terms of evolving models and newer exploration technologies, that we ourselves can apply, is of particular interest to us.  We seek mineralization that in the very least is relatively accessible, relatively high grade and relatively low in cost to permit for and ultimately mine (pending favourable results) and which is situated in politically stable regions.

We feel our properties in the heart of the Klondike in the Dawson range and within the prolific Tintina Gold Belt, which extends from the Yukon Canada through to Alaska USA (where ‘giant’ gold deposits are present), certainly have the potential to fit all of the above criteria. And we aim to build on our holdings in this region in the very near term.

In acquiring more projects (not just in the Yukon), Kestrel plans to focus on precious metals but also on other mineral assets such as copper that fall within the criteria of our growth strategy that we deem of excellent potential value.