Vancouver, British Columbia – August 29, 2018 – Cameo Cobalt Corp. (TSX Venture: CRU) (OTC: CRUUF) (FWB: SY7N) (the “Company” or “Cameo Cobalt”) is pleased to announce it has engaged Ridgeline Exploration Services Inc. (“Ridgeline”) out of Kelowna, BC, to conduct a Phase I work program on the Company’s recently acquired Big Mac Gold Project (the “Property”) (See Cameo Cobalt’s news release dated August 27, 2018). The 2018 work program will consist of over 500 line-km of airborne magnetic surveying of the Company’s 9,263.88 Ha Big Mac Property. The airborne survey will provide coverage over numerous showings including the Forest 13 and Tic 8 prospects, where historic rock sampling has returned values up to 9% copper and 4.6% zinc. The Phase I program aims to delineate the structural features associated with mineralization on the Big Mac Property which will be followed up with further ground-based sampling and geological mapping as part of a planned Phase II program. The aim of the Phase II program will be to generate drill targets for a 2019 diamond-drilling program on the Property.
The Big Mac Gold Project shares more than 30 kilometres of contiguous claim boundaries on the east and west sides of Aben Resources Ltd.’s Forrest Kerr gold project. The Big Mac Gold project is approximately 8 kilometres south of Aben Resources’ (“Aben”) drill hole FK18-10, which reported four separate high-grade zones with the best zone returning an interval of 38.7 g/t Au over 10.0 metres including 62.4 grams per tonne gold over 6.0 m starting at 114 metres downhole (see Aben Resources news release dated August 9, 2018). Drill hole FK18-10 was Aben’s first drill hole of the 2018 exploration season. The Big Mac Gold Project is also located just north of properties owned by Garibaldi Resources Ltd. and Colorado Resources Ltd. High grade gold mineralization on the Forest Kerr project is associated with second and third order fault splays which branch off of the principal Forest Kerr Fault, an important regional structure interpreted as the main conduit for gold bearing hydrothermal fluids on the Forest Kerr property.
Cameo Cobalt is also pleased to announce the appointment of Mr. Chris Paul to its Board of Directors. Currently, Mr. Paul serves as Vice President of Exploration for Golden Ridge Resources Ltd. (“Golden Ridge”). He has overseen all aspects of Golden Ridge’s exploration on the Hank Property since 2016 and continues to manage and oversee the ongoing diamond drilling programs on the Hank. Mr. Paul was fundamental in Golden Ridge’s recent drill discovery of the Williams Cu-Au Porphyry, which intersected 327m of 0.31% Cu, 0.35 g/t Au and 1.94 g/t Ag in HNK-18-001 (See Golden Ridge’s news release dated August xx, 2018) Mr. Paul holds a B.Sc. in Geology from Simon Fraser University and a Diploma of Technology in Mining from the British Columbia Institute of Technology. Mr. Paul has worked on all scales of exploration throughout British Columbia and the Yukon Territories and is also a co-founder of Ridgeline Exploration Services Ltd.
About the Big Mac Gold Project
The Big Mac Gold Project consists of 12 mineral claims structured into three tenure blocks. The project comprises a total of 9,264 hectares (approximately22,881 acres). The project offers close proximity to the Eskay Creek access road and the newly constructed Alta Gas McLymont hydro-power facility.
The Big Mac Gold Project is the largest claim package contiguous with Aben Resources’ Forrest Kerr gold project which recently announced drill results indicating multiple high-grade zones including 62.4 g/t gold over 6.0m within 38.7 g/t gold over 10.0m at its Forrest Kerr project (see Aben Resources news release dated August 9, 2018).
The specific location of the Big Mac Gold Project is notable as it not only surrounds much of Aben Resources’ Forrest Kerr gold project, but it also contains significant tenure held in the past by Barrick Gold. Aben Resources recently announced the discovery of a “South Boundary” mineralized zone, approximately 1.5km south of the North Boundary Zone on its Forrest Kerr project in British Columbia’s Golden Triangle district (see Aben Resources news release dated August 23, 2018).
The zone encompassing the historic Barrick Gold tenures is of particular importance to the Big Mac Gold Project as it is situated on trend with easterly branching fault splays which host the gold mineralization at the Forest Kerr project. The geology of the zone is comparable to the Carcass Creek and Boundary zones recently drilled by Aben Resources, both of which are hosted within Hazelton group volcanics cut by easterly splays of the Forrest Kerr Fault structure..
Receding glaciers within the Golden Triangle continue to open up new exploration opportunities and mineralized geological exposures, which were not previously accessible during historic exploration programs. Receding glaciers and new infrastructure in the district, including the paved Highway 37 and the high voltage Northwest Transmission Line, has sparked a rush of recent activity in the district, yielding encouraging exploration results including Golden Ridge Resources 2018 discovery of a copper-gold porphyry on its nearby Hank Property, which intersected 327m of 0.31% Cu, 0.35 g/t Au, 1.94 g/t Ag.
The Big Mac Gold Project claims map can be found by following the below URL link:
Harrison Cookenboo, Ph.D., P.Geo., is a qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101. He has reviewed and is responsible for the technical information in this news release.
The Company has also granted 750,000 options to a director of the Company.
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