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White Gold announces positive results at its Betty Ford target

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Global Mining Review,

White Gold Corp. has reported additional positive assay results from the 2022 drill program at the Betty Ford target, on its Betty property, which intersected 8.94 g/t Au over 18.29 m from 35.05 m depth, including 21.73 g/t Au over 6.10 m from 45.75 m depth.

The Betty property is contiguous to and approximately 40 km east of Newmont Corporation’s Coffee Gold deposit (measured & indicated resources of 2.14 million oz gold and inferred resources of 0.23 million oz gold) and 15 km northeast of Western Copper and Gold Corporation’s Casino porphyry deposit (measured & indicated resources of 14.8 million oz gold & 7.6 Billion lb copper and inferred resources of 6.3 million oz gold and 3.1 billion lb copper. These assays represent positive results from the company’s 2022 fully funded US$6 million exploration program on its extensive and underexplored 350 000 ha. land package in the emerging White Gold District, Yukon, supported by strategic partners Agnico Eagle Mines Limited (and Kinross Gold Corporation.

David D’Onofrio, CEO, stated:

“We are very excited to have encountered additional near surface very high-grade gold over significant widths at the Betty Ford target. This hole was located over 100 m from the exciting high-grade hole last year (3.46 g/t over 50 m) with the zone remaining open along strike. These results represent the highest grades encountered on the Betty Ford target to date and have further extended the strike length. We look forward to continuing to explore this exciting target in such close proximity to other very significant deposits.”

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