Banyan Gold Corp. (TSXV: BYN, OTCQB: BYAGF)
The New Yukon Gold Rush
Banyan Gold is a Yukon gold explorer focusing on advancing AurMac and the Hyland Gold Project. On May 3rd, Banyan Gold announced the last of the analytical results from the diamond drill holes completed during the Company’s 2021 exploration program at the Powerline deposit located on the Company’s AurMac Property. At the Powerline Deposit, Banyan intersected 3.02 g/t gold over 21.2 meters, demonstrating the extensive nature of gold mineralization in this area.
Today, we invited Tara Christie, President and CEO of Banyan Gold to join our CEO Interview program. Banyan Gold was with us at the GCFF event last September. And we are excited to hear the recent updates about the company. Why does Banyan Gold choose Yukon in terms of exploration potential? Any updates on their May 3rd news on the AurMac property? How’s working with the First nation at Yukon? What’s Banyan Gold’s exit strategy? Will they follow the full steps of Victoria gold or aim to be acquired by big companies?
Watch today’s CEO Interview and find out the answers!
About Banyan Gold Corp. (TSXV: BYN, OTCQB: BYAGF)
Banyan is focused on advancing two Yukon gold properties, Aurmac and the Hyland Gold Project. Their primary project outside Mayo has three main target areas Banyan believes to have the potential to host three to five million ounces of gold. Alongside their multi-million-ounce gold, they have a management team with a track record of success. Learn more about the company here.
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