Kim Tyler was manager of project evaluations for North America at a mid-tier mining company in September 2016 when he first came across the Golden Culvert property in the Upper Highland Valley of southeastern Yukon, 205 km north of the town of Watson Lake.

The property had an outcrop “the size of a transport truck” that contained multiple gold-bearing quartz veins grading up to 22.8 grams per tonne gold, within a lower-grade, gold-mineralized host rock grading up to 2.2 grams gold per tonne, Tyler says. All of this occurred within a 3 km by 250-metre wide, +30-part-per-billion gold soil anomaly that was open at both ends, and had never been trenched or drilled.

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