Triumph Gold Corp.

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Address :  Suite 1100, 1111 Melville Street
Vancouver, BC
Canada V6E 3V6
Tel No.: 604-218-7400
Web Site: www.triumphgoldcorp.com
E-mail: janderson@triumphgoldcorp.com
Contact Person: John Anderson
Position: CEO & Chairman

Company Data

Traded Market: TSX-V / OTC / FRANKFURT
Traded Symbol: TIG / TIGCF / 8N61
Outstanding Shares: 136,875,730
Public Float: 35%
52 Week High: $ 0.51
52 Week Low: $ 0.07
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Triumph Gold is a growth-oriented, Canadian-based gold exploration and development company. The Company is focused on creating value through the advancement of its 100%-owned district-scale Freegold Mountain Project in Yukon Territory, Canada, home of the famous Klondike Gold Rush.

The Freegold Mountain Project is situated within the Dawson Range gold-copper belt, host to the Casino copper deposit, the Coffee gold deposit, and the Klaza gold prospect. Within the district, the Big Creek Fault is recognized as a controlling structure related to many of the most important deposits. Triumph Gold’s Freegold Mountain project is ideally situated within the Dawson Range along one of the only road accessible portions of the Big Creek Fault.

Triumph Gold Corp has a leadership team with a collective history of exploration success as well as capital raising ability.

Projects in Hand

Flagship Project

Freegold Mountain Project, Yukon Territory

Since Triumph Gold acquired the property in 2006 more than 20 mineralized zones have been identified and NI 43-101 mineral resources have been delineated at the Revenue, Nucleus, and Tinta Hill deposits. The Company continues to aggressively explore, building ounces at the existing deposits and evaluating the multitude of other targets located on the property.

Project Highlights

  • Triumph Gold's 100%-owned Freegold Mountain project is located within the Dawson Range gold-copper belt, and covers a highly prospective section of the Big Creek Fault
  • Road accessible and district scale (200km2) project in a mining-friendly jurisdiction
  • The project is endowed with three significant mineral deposits. This includes the Nucleus Au deposit, the Revenue Cu-Au-Mo-Ag deposit and the Tinta Hill polymetallic deposit, as well as numerous other gold showings
  • Two of the longest +1% CuEq porphyry-related drill intersections reported in the Yukon, including 316m of 1.1 g/t Au, 5.0 g/t Ag, and 0.27% Cu and 400m of 0.73 g/t Au, 6.9 g/t Ag, and 0.23% Cu in the newly discovered Blue Sky and WAu Breccias (respectively)
  • Three NI 43-101 compliant resource estimates: Nucleus, Revenue and Tinta Hill Deposits
  • 2017 and 2018 drilling at Nucleus and Revenue yielded better grades than current resource
  • Six kilometre long intense multi-element soil and geophysical anomaly surrounding the Nucleus and Revenue deposits
  • 500m long corridor of high-grade porphyry-related breccia mineralization, open along strike and to depth, including the Blue Sky and WAu Breccias
  • Robust pipeline of under-explored historical showings and new exploration targets

Exploration Strategy & Success


Focused study identifies high-temperature, porphyry-style mineralization beyond limits of known resource within Revenue-Nucleus soil anomaly – new targets generated


exploration drilling intersects the WAu Breccia and a more-distal zone of high grade Au and Cu mineralization — what would become the Blue Sky Porphyry


WAu Breccia defined along with successful discovery and exploration of the Blue Sky Zone — one of Yukon’s longest and highest grade porphyry-related Au-Cu intercepts


continued definition of high grade hydrothermal breccias (such as WAu and Blue Sky) and the intersection of proximal porphyry potassic alteration, intrusive breccia, and UST.

Other new discoveries during this time include the Keirsten Zone, Happy Creek Gold Zone, Drone Zone, and Maximus II.

Catalysts and Opportunities

Near Term:

  • Results from a new 3D constrained magnetic inversion model designed to test for buried mineralized bodies at Revenue
  • Testing the extension of the Irene-Goldstar Epithermal Au-Ag Corridor (3.7 km strike length potential)
  • Potential for further technical and financial partnerships with the Company's largest shareholder: Newmont Corporation

Medium Term:

  • Continued exploration in the Revenue-Nucleus area for more high-grade gold-rich breccia and causative intrusion(s)
  • Potential to demonstrate gold mineralization over 3.7km strike length and up to 650m vertically through infill drilling at Irene gold vein
  • Continued discovery and development of new pipeline projects

Long Term:

  • Development and expansion of existing and new resources on the Freegold Mountain Property
  • Strong management with proven abilities to advance and finance various stages of exploration and development projects
  • Strong technical team with track record of identifying new high-quality exploration opportunities and properties

Next Steps — Exploration in 2020

  • Use drillhole constrained 3D inversion modelling to target new high-grade breccia zones related to the Nucleus-Revenue copper gold porphyry system
  • Target high grade, near surface gold prospects in the Mount Freegold area, that have been undrilled and/or underexplored

Non-Core Assets

Tad / Toro Project, Yukon Territory

  • 100% owned 79 sq. km property situated along the Big Creek Fault and bisected by the Casino Trail (future Resource Gateway Road)
  • Extensive gold bearing porphyry and epithermal mineralization related to the Big Creek Fault, porphyry intrusions, and breccias
  • Available for option

Andalusite Peak Project, British Columbia

  • Located in the Horn Mountain Lithocap near Dease Lake, BC
  • Most extensive and highest grade Cu-Au-Ag mineralization documented to date in the belt
  • Highest temperature advanced argillic alteration identified in the belt
  • Underlain by a 10 kilometre long trend of high magnetic response, indicating potential for a buried oxidized intrusive body
  • Optioned to Rio Tinto, August 2019


Management and Directors

John Anderson, CEO and Chairman

Founding General Partner in Aquastone Capital LLC, and raised more than $35 million for Triumph Gold (formerly Northern Freegold) prior to joining the Triumph Gold board of directors

Over 15 years of experience in capital markets, providing financing, investor relations, and corporate development services

Jesse Halle, P.Geo., Vice President, Exploration

Professional geologist with over 20 years of exploration experience in senior and technical roles, and is President and Managing Director of Halle Geological Services Ltd.

Advanced multiple porphyry deposits in Yukon and BC, including Western Copper and Gold's Casino Deposit, and Copper Mountain Mining's Copper Mountain Deposit

Rakesh Patel, CPA, CA, Chief Financial Officer

Partner at DMCL Chartered Professional Accountants; treasurer and director at Operation Rainbow Canada

Brian Bower, Lead Director

Over 30 years' experience as an exploration and mine geologist, working primarily in Yukon and BC

Instrumental in developing projects like the New Afton Mine, Kemess South Deposit, Blackwater and Mt. Milligan projects in British Columbia

Gregory Sparks, P.Eng., Director

Is currently the Managing Director – Metals of John T. Boyd Company Mining and Geological Consultants

Over 40 years of diverse experience relating to surface and underground mining

Marco Strub, Director

Principal of Sircon AG, a consulting and investment research company based in Zurich, Switzerland

Independent Director of Canada Zinc Metals Corp., Open Gold Corp., Mexigold Corp. and MVE Capital Corp.

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