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  • Green River Gold (CCR) has provided an update on the drilling program at its Quesnel Nickel/Magnesium/Talc project
  • CEO Perry Little sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the update
  • The first phase of the drilling program will consist of 10-12 holes
  • Green River Gold (CCR) opened trading at $0.065 a share

Green River Gold (CCR) has provided an update on the drilling program at its Quesnel Nickel/Magnesium/Talc project in British Columbia.

The first phase of the drilling program will consist of 10-12 holes.

Green River’s President and CEO, Perry Little, sat down with Sabrina Cuthbert to discuss the update.

“The UAV-MAG survey steered us toward this large outcropping and thus far, following those directions appear to be paying off. It is also encouraging to see that we still have this amount of talc in the drill core so far from the original drilling location. The combined economics of nickel and talc in one location are quite compelling.”

Green River Gold Corp. (CCR) is a Canadian mineral exploration company focused on its wholly owned high-grade Fontaine Gold Project, Quesnel Nickel/Magnesium/Talc Project, and Kymar Silver Project which are located in British Columbia.

Green River Gold (CCR) opened trading at $0.065 a share.

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