✔️ 259,516 hectares 100% Owned by Talisker

✔️ Emerging and Frontier Gold Belts, First Mover Advantage

✔️ Multiple District Scale Land Plays, Dominant Position

✔️ Aggressive Large Scale “Major Company Style” Exploration

✔️ Rapid Success 100 – anomalies defined in first year

✔️ Boots on the ground – 20+ geologists in the field again for the 2nd field season


The Spences Bridge Regional Program consists of a 194,038-hectare land package covering the over 85% Spences Bridge Gold Belt in southern British Columbia. The package represents one of the single largest staking exercises in BC history. A strategic alliance has been formed with Westhaven Ventures Inc. (“Westhaven”) who owns the Shovelnose high-grade epithermal discovery contiguous to Talisker’s claims.

Talisker aggressively explored Spences Bridge with an extensive geochemical program beginning in May 2019 resulting in the identification of over 100 anomalies. With 20+ geologists in the field again in the 2020 field season, Talisker geologists will be following up many of these targets taking suitable ones to drill phase.

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Golden Hornet comprises 4,959 hectares covering a known intrusion related gold vein systems. Previous work on Golden Hornet zone consists of a NW trending sheet vein system with trench sample intercepts of 21.1g/t gold over 5.1 metres and 4.17g/t gold over 14 metres. Confirmation grab sampling of the veins returned values of 26.1g/t and 12g/t gold. Limited drilling has been completed within the Project.

Golden Hornet is a major greenfields focus for the 2020 field season. Talisker plans to conduct a comprehensive soil sampling and mapping program aiming to permit Golden Hornet by the end of 2020 and drill in early 2021.

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The Remington claim package consists of 34,001 hectares distributed between 24 contiguous claims located 34 kilometres west of the northern tip of the Talisker’s Spences Bridge Gold Project. The Remington package was staked based on upper level epithermal geochemical signatures identified in historic government and assessment data within the Cretaceous Bridge River group sedimentary and volcanic rocks. The Bridge River Formation is a 30-kilometre long by 10-kilometre-wide under explored belt that Talisker believes to be prospective for Low-Sulphidation Epithermal Gold Systems.

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The Lola claim is a single 15,002 hectare claim in the Cadwallader Terrane. Talisker interprets identified Hg, Sb, Ag and Au geochemical signatures reported in historic government data to be indicative of low sulphidation gold systems.

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The Tulox Project is located in south-central British Columbia and consists of 23 contiguous mineral claims that encompass an area of 13,721 hectares. Mineralisation occurs along the contact of the intrusive and is interpreted to be of Intrusion Related type (IRGS). A robust soil anomaly defined by numerous multi-line, multi-station values above 80ppb is coincident with the contact of 2 felsic intrusive bodies, distinguished by differing Thorium-Potassium gamma ray spectrometer signatures.

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The Toodoggone properties include the Baker Project, which includes the past producing Baker and Multinational Mines; the Shasta Mine and the Baker mill infrastructure and equipment; the Chappelle property, which covers the ground from the past producing Baker and Multinational Mines; the Mets lease, which is a mining lease located approximately 20 kilometres north of the historic Baker and Multinational Mines; and the Bot property, which is a mineral tenure located approximately 35 kilometres north of the Baker milling facilities.   

On December 11, 2020, Talisker sold the Toodoggone properties to TDG Gold Corp. (TDG Gold) (click here for press releases of July 8, 2020 and December 11, 2020).  In connection with the sale, TDG Gold has acquired and assumed all liabilities related to the Toodoggone properties and Talisker received 18,973,699 common shares of TDG Gold (TDG Gold Shares) through which the Company will continue to participate in the exploration upside of the Toodoggone properties.  Talisker’s TDG Gold Shares represent a 33.13% undiluted interest and 30.12% fully-diluted interest in TDG Gold.   TDG Gold Shares will commence trading on the TSX Venture Exchange under the trading symbol “TDG” on December 17, 2020.  For so long as Talisker owns not less than 10% of the outstanding TDG Gold Shares, Talisker will have board nomination rights and pre-emptive rights to participate in future equity financings of TDG Gold to maintain its share ownership percentage interest in TDG Gold. Talisker currently has the right to appoint two nominees to the board of directors of TDG Gold.  Additional information on TDG Gold can be viewed on their website at

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