Monday 18th February 2019

Resource Clips

Kootenay reports Mexico Silver Assays including 58 g/t over 83m

Resource Clips - essential news on junior gold mining and junior silver miningKootenay Gold Inc TSXV:KTN announced assay results from its Promontorio silver project in Sonora State, Mexico. Highlights include

42 g/t silver, 0.71% lead and 0.82% zinc over 96 metres
(including 99 g/t silver, 1.62% lead and 1.84% zinc over 7 metres)
33 g/t silver, 0.52% lead and 0.52% zinc over 61 metres
(including 101 g/t silver, 1.45% lead and 1.64% zinc over 7 metres)
24 g/t silver over 66 metres
29 g/t silver over 17 metres
37 g/t silver over 20 metres
112 g/t silver, 1.34% lead and 2.2% zinc over 12 metres
(including 227 g/t silver, 2.96% lead and 4.89% zinc over 5 metres)
28 g/t silver over 88 metres
23 g/t silver over 31 metres
26 g/t silver over 50 metres
21 g/t silver over 73 metres
58 g/t silver, 1.12% lead and 1.4% zinc over 83 metres
(including 111 g/t silver, 1.98% lead and 3.12% zinc over 6 metres)

President/CEO James McDonald commented, “Results from the 25,000-metre program continue to meet or exceed our expectations. The establishment of continuity of silver mineralization between the Southwest Zone and the pit resource is a milestone development for Promontorio and will undoubtedly play a critical factor in our future resource expansion. Further supporting our resource growth initiatives, we continue to hit high silver grades in wide zones of hydrothermal breccia in the emerging Northeast Zone, which sits a full 700 metres outside of and on strike to the current 43-101 resource.”

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