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Gitennes Completes Diamond Drill Programme at the New Mosher Gold Property, Chapais-Chibougamau area, Quebec

Gitennes Exploration Inc.

Vancouver, B.C. - TheNewswire - May 31, 2021 - Gitennes Exploration Inc. ("Gitennes" or the "Company") (TSXV:GIT) (OTC:GILXF) provides an update on the first phase of diamond drilling on its New Mosher Gold Property.  The Company has completed nineteen (19) holes for 3,044 metres.  The first phase of drilling was designed to test areas of Induced Polarization, (“IP”) high chargeability anomalies from surveys completed last winter and early spring.  Past work on the property has indicated these chargeability anomalies are a good indicator of potential gold mineralization (Figure 1).  Sampling of the core is continuing and the first analyses are expected in late June.

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Figure 1:  IP Chargeability high (shown in pink) with associated features.


Highlights of the Completed Drill Programme:

  • - All holes successfully intersected altered and mineralized zones with quartz-carbonate veining and sulphide mineralization All holes that targeted Induced Polarization, chargeability anomalies were successful in explaining the anomalies with intersected sulphide mineralization.

    - Five holes have been drilled on the New Mosher gold zone and along Anomaly A;

    • - Holes showed extensive quartz-carbonate veining, locally sericitic, and several metres wide in a deformation corridor (Figure

      - Sulphide mineralization includes pyrite, pyrrhotite with local chalcopyrite and arsenopyrite.

    - Five holes drilled along Anomaly B which has been associated with historical gold intersections in diamond drill holes

    • - Holes have intersected quartz-carbonate veining mineralied with pyrite, pyrrhotite and trace of arsenopyrite. XRF Analyzer detected arsenic and gold in the mineralized section (Figure 3).

      - Deeper holes have intersected a second zone of pyrrhotite mineralization with minor pyrite and chalcopyrite;

      - Garnet enrichment in the mafic volcanics has been observed near mineralization of the second zone.

      - Holes intersected several generations of quartz-feldspar porphyry dikes, some altered and mineralized.


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Figure 2 and 3: Mineralized Core from Anomaly A, North Zone (left photo) and Anomaly B, South Zone (right photo).


New Showing:

A new showing was found associated with one of the numerous IP Chargeability anomalies detected in a survey completed last winter (see Figure 1).  The showing was mechanically stripped, mapped and sampled.  Analyses are pending.  The showing was found to consist of several quartz veins hosted in altered mafic volcanics and some of the veins are in contact with what appears to be quartz feldspar porphyry.  Mineralization consists of pyrrhotite, pyrite and chalcopyrite.  The New Showing is in an area of high chargeability that provided another viable target that was tested by diamond drilling.  One drill hole was completed to test the New Showing.  Initial examination revealed two heavily silicified, porphyritic zones with 1-2% pyrrhotite/pyrite from 6.7 to 18 metres downhole (exact width not known at this time) (Figure 4, 5 and 6).


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Figure 4 (left) Core boxes showing silicified porphyry, Figure 5 (right) close up of silicified porphyry.

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Figure 6: Induced Polarization Pseudosection with location of New Showing and Unexplored Anomalies


Gitennes President Ken Booth commented: “The progress the Company has made in a short time with the New Mosher Property has been very good.  We recognized the potential of the Property when a full review of historical data, including gold in drill holes, pits, trenches and surface samples, an IP geophysical survey was combined with Gitennes’ recent work.  Add to that the discovery of the New Showing and the decision was made to drill 3,000 metres.  What the geologists have observed in the drill core is very encouraging and we have realized that we are just scratching the surface on the New Mosher property.  Initial analyses for the drilling and surface work are expected in late June”


Gitennes also announces that it is conducting a non-brokered private placement (the “Placement”) of up to 8,500,000 units (consisting of 3,500,000 non-flow-through units (“Units”) priced at $0.09 per Unit and 5,000,000 flow-through units (“FT Units”) priced at $0.11 per FT Unit).  Each Unit consists of one non-flow-through common share and one common share purchase warrant (“Warrant”).  Each flow-through unit consisting of one flow-through common share and one half of one common share purchase warrant (“FT Warrant”).  Each Warrant shall be exercisable to acquire one Common Share (a “Warrant Share”) at an exercise price per Warrant Share of $0.15 for a period of 24 months following the Closing Date and each FT Warrant shall be exercisable to acquire one Common Share (a “FT Warrant Share”) at an exercise price of $0.20 for a period of 24 months following the Closing Date.  Finder’s Fees of 7% cash and 7% warrants may be paid on the financing.  The closing of the Placement is subject to TSX Venture Exchange approval.


About Gitennes Exploration Inc.

Gitennes is in the business of exploring for and advancing mineral properties with a focus on high grade gold.  The Company currently has four properties in Quebec: New Mosher, JMW, RAL, and Maxwell, the Snowbird gold property in British Columbia and a 1.5% Net Smelter Return royalty on the 18 million ounce Urumalqui Silver Project in Peru.  JMW and Maxwell are 100% owned by Gitennes.  RAL and New Mosher are under option from Kintavar Exploration and Gitennes can earn an initial 70% and has the right to increase its ownership to 85%.  The Snowbird Property has been optioned to a gold exploration company.


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Gitennes Quebec properties – JMW and Maxwell 100%, New Mosher & RAL – option to earn up to 85%


Qualified Person

The scientific and technical information contained in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Wayne Holmstead (P.Geo.), who is a "qualified person" within the meaning of National Instrument 43-101.  


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Gitennes Exploration Inc.

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