Mr. Paul Reynolds reports
TRIUMPH GOLD APPLAUDS FEDERAL AND TERRITORIAL GOVERNMENT FUNDING FOR ROAD ACCESS IMPROVEMENTS IN YUKON
Triumph Gold Corp. applauds the announcement made on Sept. 2, 2017, by Prime Minister Justin Trudeau and Yukon Premier Sandy Silver committing more than $360-million in combined federal and territorial funding to improve road access in two mineral-rich areas in Yukon, including the Dawson Range in central Yukon. In total, the Yukon Resource Gateway project will help upgrade over 650 kilometres of road and build or replace numerous bridges, culverts and stream crossings.
In the Dawson Range, four separate public road systems will be upgraded. This includes upgrading the first 82 kilometres of the existing Freegold Road which provides access to Triumph Gold's Freegold Mountain project. The company's Nucleus and Revenue deposits are accessed by secondary roads that extend less than two kilometres from the Freegold Road. All of the other important showings as well as the Tinta deposit are accessed by secondary roads that branch off the Freegold Road.
Paul Reynolds, president and chief executive officer of Triumph Gold, stated, "This funding is a significant commitment from both the territorial and federal governments and reaffirms our belief that Yukon is one of the best jurisdictions in Canada for mining exploration."
About Triumph Gold Corp.
Triumph Gold is a growth-oriented Canadian-based precious metals exploration and development company. Triumph Gold is focused on creating value through the advancement of the district scale Freegold Mountain project in Yukon.
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