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  • MacDonald Mines successfully intersects High-Grade mineralization on EarthLabs’ (SPOT) Alwyn trend target
  • Broad intervals of mineralization were intersected in all five drill holes in the Alwyn trend
  • Copper-gold mineralization is open in all directions and confirmed over a strike length of 115 m within the 2.5 km Alwyn Trend
  • EarthLabs generated 53 targets, including five high-priority exploration areas: Alwyn, Glade, McLeod, Scadding Extension and Pine trends.
  • In the other drill holes, mineralized zones are characterized by 5 to 10 percent veins over broad intervals up to 116 m, with some limited dilution by narrow Nipissing diabase dykes
  • EarthLabs (SPOT) is up over 3 per cent, trading at C$0.31 at 12:39 pm EST

EarthLabs (SPOT) has experienced MacDonald Mines Exploration (BMK), finding copper, gold and silver mineralization at EarthLabs’ High-Priority “Alwyn Trend” Target.

EarthLabs, a leading technology company leveraging artificial intelligence and data science to transform the mineral discovery process, generated targets for MacDonald Mines by combining machine learning and geoscience expertise.

The Phase 1 Alwyn trend drill program highlighted 0.41 per cent CuEq over 90.44 m in hole AW-22-102, including two zones of more substantial mineralization.

The copper-gold mineralization is open in all directions and confirmed over a strike length of 115 m within the 2.5 km Alwyn trend interpreted by EarthLabs.

Gregory Romain, President and CEO of MacDonald Mines, stated, “Drill results at Alwyn certainly support the work undertaken by EarthLabs machine learning application along with their geoscience team and the MacDonald Mines technical team, which identified a potential 2.5 km long trend favourable to host a large polymetallic system.”

Vincent Dubé-Bourgeois, CEO and Director for EarthLabs, added, “The work from EarthLabs and MacDonald Mines experts helped highlight these promising targets; we now have confirmation of mineralization from this first drilling program at Alwyn trend.”

EarthLabs generated gold-focused targets using its “Smart Targeting” method, combining knowledge and AI data-driven approaches.

EarthLabs generated 53 targets, including five high-priority exploration areas: Alwyn, Glade, McLeod, Scadding Extension and Pine trends.

MacDonald Mine’s Phase 1 drilling in the Alwyn Trend included five oriented diamond drill holes, totalling 693m at the northern end of the 1.0 km-long high-priority Alwyn Trend target identified by EarthLabs.

The strongest zone of quartz-carbonate veining associated with copper and gold mineralization was intersected in hole AW-22-102 in a previously untested area east of the historical Alwyn mine.

In the other drill holes, mineralized zones are characterized by 5 to 10 percent veins over broad intervals up to 116 m, with some limited dilution by narrow Nipissing diabase dykes. 

EarthLabs (formerly GoldSpot Discoveries Corp.) is a technology company using AI to change the future of global mineral exploration.

MacDonald Mines is a Canadian gold and base metal exploration company focused on exploring its SPJ Project.

EarthLabs (SPOT) is up over 3 per cent, trading at C$0.31 at 12:39 pm EST.


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