Graycliff Exploration CEO James Macintosh: Exploring A Potential New Gold Camp in Ontario
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Graycliff Exploration (CSE:GRAY | FSE:GEO | OTC:GRYCF) CEO James Macintosh reports that they are now awaiting the assay results from December drilling on the Shakespeare Project  and are looking forward to some really interesting targets to drill in Phase IV.

“While we were fairly well funded for 2022 exploration, we were able to access another drill for our Shakespeare project. We've expanded the amount of drilling we are going to do in Phase III. Before Christmas, we finished 24 holes in Phase III and we're now waiting for the assay results of those but we'll do a significant amount of drilling which will probably exceed six or seven thousand meters in total.” said Macintosh.   

Graycliff Exploration’s Shakespeare Gold Project is located on the prolific Canadian Shield near Sudbury, Ontario. About an 80-kilometer drive from Sudbury is a brownfield site where Graycliff’s Baldwin project is located. The Baldwin Project is composed of 68 mining claims which are located directly east of the Shakespeare Gold Project.   “There are a lot of options for us. We picked up the Baldwin property because it has very similar geology to what we're finding at Shakespeare. But the Baldwin was only ever explored for uranium after the Second World War. We're really excited because we think there's a fairly good potential of finding more gold at Baldwin. And when you put the two of the properties together, if you can find significant resources at Baldwin, you got the makings of a new Ontario gold camp. And I think that's really exciting,” Macintosh added.

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