MAS Gold CEO Jim Engdahl: La Ronge Gold Belt in Saskatchewan Poised to be One of the More Prolific Gold Producers in the World
MAS Gold is optimistic that the La Ronge Gold Belt “is now going to become one of the more prolific gold producers of the world.”
MAS Gold (TSXV:MAS) CEO Jim Engdahl spoke to INN about the company’s primary goal to develop over a million ounces of gold resources. MAS Gold recently completed its 2021 drill campaign at its Greywacke Lake and Preview-North Properties in La Ronge, Northern Saskatchewan.
“Through our drill program, we could reach our million ounces of internal targets this year. We have three key milestones that we were waiting to achieve this month. The first one is our drill results and from that will determine what our next program will look like for the rest of the summer,” Engdahl said.
Saskatchewan is a top mining jurisdiction and is best known for its potash mines and prolific uranium mines. However, MAS Gold is optimistic that the La Ronge gold belt, “is now going to become one of the more prolific gold producers of the world,” shared Engdahl.
“Uranium opened up the north, but gold never really got explored here, and that’s 60,000 kilometers from our Graywacke project. We think that the entire La Ronge gold belt is now going to become one of the more prolific gold producers of the world, and certainly of Canada,” added Engdahl.
Two drills are currently operating at North Lake on MAS Gold’s Preview-North Property. These roughly 50 kilometers northeast of the community of La Ronge.
Watch the full interview with CEO Jim Engdahl above.