EnGold Mines Reports Preliminary Lac La Hache Drill Results

EnGold Mines Reports Preliminary Lac La Hache Drill Results

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – June 19, 2017) – David H. Brett, President & CEO, EnGold Mines Ltd., (TSXV: EGM) (“EnGold” or the “Company”) reports that four additional drill holes have been completed in its step-out program near the copper-gold-silver mineralization discovered earlier in 2017 at the Company’s 100% owned Lac La Hache property in the Cariboo region of British Columbia. Hole G17-16, located 142 metres (m) northeast of discovery hole G16-01, intersected a 43 m intensely mineralized skarn-type zone. Hole G17-17, located 50 m west of G17-16 intersected three separate mineralized zones along a 22 m core interval. Hole G17-14 (50 m south of G17-16) intersected narrower intervals located at the upper and lower contacts of the subhorizontal host lithology. Hole G17-15 (50 m north of G17-11) intersected an intrusive unit which appears to cut-out the host lithology where drilled. Assays have been rushed and results are expected within 10 days. Holes G17-18 and G17-19, located 50 m east and north of hole G17-16, respectively, are currently underway. Drill results reported occur in holes drilled vertically (90 degree dip) or near-vertically (81.5 degree dip to achieve a 50 m step-out intersection) through sub-horizontal mineralization. EnGold believes the widths reported are essentially true widths. An updated plan map showing the drill hole locations is being added to the Company’s website www.engold.ca

“Although EnGold previously advised that it would refrain from announcing drill hole information without assay, management believes the materiality of hole 17-16 was sufficient to warrant immediate visual disclosure,” said EnGold President & CEO David Brett. “With two drills operating on site and multiple geophysical surveys proceeding, EnGold’s technical team is busy managing a very active exploration program.”

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