Rackla Gold Project

The Rackla Gold Project is located 55 km northeast of Keno City in Central Yukon and is 100% owned by ATAC Resources Ltd. with no underlying royalties. The project covers 1,700 sq/km and hosts two distinct trends: Rau and Nadaleen. In 2010, ATAC discovered Canada's first Carlin-type gold discoveries within the Nadaleen Trend. Since 2010, exploration has focused on the 12 km² Osiris and 18 km² Anubis clusters within the Nadaleen Trend where drilling has confirmed six zones of Carlin-type gold mineralization and numerous exploration targets.

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Osiris Cluster

Osiris Cluster

  • First discovery of Carlin-type gold mineralization in Yukon
  • 4 drill-confirmed zones of Carlin-type gold mineralization within a 12 km² area at Conrad, Osiris, Ibis and Sunrise zones
  • Conrad is the most advanced and highest grade zone intersecting 42.93 m of 18.44 g/t gold (OS-12-114)

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Anubis Cluster

Anubis Cluster

  • Discovery hole at Anubis intersected 8.51 m of 19.85 g/t gold (AN-12-001)
  • RAB drilling in 2015 intersects 47.24 m of 3.79 g/t gold at the newly discovered Orion target
  • Diamond drilling at Orion in 2016 intersected 61.29 m of 2.75 g/t gold (AN-16-010)

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Tiger Deposit

Tiger Deposit

  • Carbonate replacement style gold mineralization drill defined between 2006 to 2010
  • Completed 26,844 m of drilling in 150 holes
  • Measured & Indicated oxide and sulphide NI 43-101 resources of 485,700 ounces of gold (5,680,000 tonnes) at an average grade of 2.66 g/t gold

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Ocelot

Ocelot

  • At or near-surface silver-lead-zinc-tin discovery made in 2009
  • Completed 3,785 m of drilling
  • Intersected 37.91 m of 188.07 g/t silver, 8.69% lead and 6.06% zinc (OS-11-11)
  • Numerous untested geochemical and gravity anomalies

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