Vancouver, British Columbia: Whitehorse Gold Corp. (“Whitehorse Gold” or the “Company”) (TSXV: WHG) announces the appointment of Ms. Bhakti Pavani to the Board of Directors (the “Board”). The addition of Ms. Pavani as an independent director increases the size of the Board from three to four.
Ms. Pavani has over 10 years of experience in the financial industry working for several U.S. based investment banks. A majority of her career has been spent working as an equity research analyst covering the precious metals sector. During her time as an analyst, she has covered a range of exploration and development stage companies through to established producers. Ms. Pavani has an MBA degree from California State University and is completing her CFA charter.
“We are very pleased to welcome Ms. Pavani as an Independent Director to the Whitehorse Gold Board,” stated Kevin Weston, Whitehorse Gold CEO and Director. “Her financial sector experience will enhance the Board’s depth and add significant value to the Company as we focus on expanding our capital markets profile and continue to advance the Skukum Gold Project.”
ABOUT WHITEHORSE GOLD CORP.
Whitehorse Gold is focused on its wholly-owned Skukum Gold Project (formerly named the Tagish Lake Gold Project) located in the Whitehorse Mining District of the southern Yukon. The project consists of 1,051 mineral claims covering an area of 170 square kilometres and is located approximately 55 kilometres south of Whitehorse, Yukon, in the Wheaton River Valley region. The project hosts the advanced-stage Skukum Creek, Goddell and Mount Skukum high-grade gold deposits and multiple high-priority exploration targets. The project infrastructure includes an all-weather access road, an all-weather 50-person camp, approximately 4.8 kilometres of underground workings, an extensive surface road network and a previously operating 300-tpd mill along with a tailings management facility and service buildings. Over 140,000 metres of drilling was completed on the project by former operators. Historical underground operations on the Mount Skukum deposit from 1986 to 1988 saw a total of 233,400 tons of ore mined and processed in the plant, recovering approximately 79,750 ounces of gold under a previous operator.
On Behalf of Whitehorse Gold Corp.
CEO & Director
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