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GoldON Resources drills 1,006 metres at Slate Falls

2019-12-03 10:41 ET - News Release

Mr. Michael Romanik reports

GOLDON PROVIDES UPDATE ON DRILLING AT SLATE FALLS GOLD-SILVER PROJECT IN NORTHWESTERN ONTARIO

GoldON Resources Ltd. has drilled a total of 1,006.5 metres through nine holes on its 100-per-cent-owned Slate Falls gold-silver project.

This Phase I drill program tested targets at the Trail Zone, and the Sanderson Main, East and North zones (see drill hole location map), where summer sampling and mapping confirmed high-grade Au and Ag values (see news releases of June 25 and July 17, 2019). Drilling not only targeted the polymetallic quartz veins but also the shear zones hosting the high-grade veins as little historical sampling was completed on the host-rock both in previous drilling and trenching programs (see news release of November 5, 2019).

Drilling concentrated on intersecting surface sample results approximately 50 metres vertically below while allowing for possible additional parallel shear zones in the footwall and hanging wall within the Slate Falls Deformation Zone hosting a D2 anticlinal fold axis. All holes hit mineralized shear zones at target depth, as well as parallel mineralized shear zones in addition to mineralized and altered feldspar porphyry. Drill hole statistics are presented below in Table 1 and drill target descriptions are as follows:

Hole SF-19-01 was drilled at the Trail Zone to undercut surface sample # 251119 that returned assays of 331.76 g/t Au and 3,025 g/t Ag.

Hole SF-19-02 was drilled at the Trail Zone to undercut surface sample # 251123 that returned assays of 32.95 g/t Au and 542 g/t Ag.

Hole SF-19-03 was drilled at the Sanderson Main Zone to undercut surface sample # 251132 that returned assays of 3.23 g/t Au and 314 g/t Ag.

Hole SF-19-04 was drilled at the Sanderson Main Zone to undercut surface sample # 251150 that returned assays of 17.09 g/t Au and 1,535 g/t Ag.

Hole SF-19-05 was drilled at the Sanderson Main Zone to undercut surface sample # 251156 that returned assays of 5.8 g/t Au and 155 g/t Ag.

Hole SF-19-06 was drilled at the Sanderson East Zone to undercut surface sample # 251178 that returned assays of 10.14 g/t Au and 123 g/t Ag.

Hole SF-19-07 was drilled at the Sanderson North Zone to undercut surface sample # 251171 that returned assays of 9 g/t Au and 310 g/t Ag. The hole was drilled to depth of 43 m and stopped due to technical issues.

Hole SF-19-07A was drilled at the Sanderson North Zone to twin hole SF-19-07 and complete the undercut of sample # 251171 to the target depth.

Hole SF-19-08 was drilled at the Sanderson Main Zone to undercut hole S-19-05 which began in a shear zone.

Note: the selected samples referenced above are surface rock grab samples and are not representative of the true grade of mineralization on the Property.

Drill Hole #TargetArea     Target Depth (m)XCollarYCollarAzimuthDipHoleLength (m)
SF-19-01    Trail          70              601122 5671005360    -4598            
SF-19-02    Trail          70              601150 5671005360    -45102           
SF-19-03    Sanderson Main 70              601900 5671605360    -45100.5         
SF-19-04    Sanderson Main 70              601990 5671615360    -45117           
SF-19-05    Sanderson Main 70              602050 5671615360    -45120           
SF-19-06    Sanderson East 70              602325 5671605360    -45147           
SF-19-07    Sanderson North70              602285 5671885360    -4543            
SF-19-07A   Sanderson North70              602285 5671885360    -45141           
SF-19-08    Sanderson Main 105             602050 5671590360    -45138           

"We are very pleased with our initial drill program on the Slate Falls Property and anxiously await drill results," said Michael Romanik president of GoldON. "Multiple mineralized shear zones were encountered in the drilling characteristically similar to those historical zones recently mapped and sampled. The widespread deformation and mineralization support our belief that the Slate Falls Deformation Zone is a prominent yet poorly explored crustal scale feature. We'd again like to thank our exploration team and the Slate Falls First Nation for making this program happen."

Logging and sampling of the drill core has been completed and core samples are being submitted in batches to SGS Canada (Burnaby) for analysis. Results will be reported as they are received.

About the Slate Falls Property

Located in Ontario's Patricia Mining Division, the Slate Falls Property (the "Property") lies between the Red Lake and Pickle Lake gold camps within the southwestern extension of the Meen-Dempster Greenstone Belt (see regional map). Several mineralized gold-silver showings have been identified on the Property including the Carpenter, Fly, FTM, J. Loon, L1, L15, Path, Sanderson and Trail Zones. These zones are part of the Slate Falls Deformation Zone and extend for over 10 kilometres (km) in strike and 1.5 km in width within the Property's boundaries. All zones host high grade Au-Ag mineralization and are related to regional fold axes and structures that provide traps for mineralizing fluid (see property map).

Mike Kilbourne, P. Geo, an independent qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101, was on-site during the drilling campaign and has reviewed and approved the technical contents of this news release on behalf of the Company.

About GoldON Resources Ltd.

GoldON is an exploration company focused on discovery-stage properties located in the prolific gold mining belts of northwestern Ontario, Canada. Active projects include the West Madsen property in the Red Lake Gold Camp and our flagship Slate Falls project in the Patricia Mining Division where 18 Au-Ag mineralized zones have been identified over the 13-kilometre breadth of the property. GoldON has 15,152,282 shares issued and is fully funded to complete its fall exploration programs.

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