New Found Gold Corp.’s VP of Exploration, Melissa Render, takes us through the recent headlines of the discovery of a new zone between 515 and the Keats Zone. These new, high-grade bearing faults, dubbed ‘Keats North’, contain many structures that are north of the Keats Baseline Fault. These structures have an approximately 630m long and 200m wide window of mineralization. Co-Founder & President of New Found Gold, Denis Laviolette, joins Melissa to explain the significance of the discovery and the potential for future success in this new high-grade zone. New Found Gold is advancing its 100% owned 1,510km2 Queensway gold project, located on the Trans-Canada highway 15km west of Gander, Newfoundland. A 400,000m drill campaign is underway utilizing fourteen drills focused on a 7.8km corridor along the Appleton fault and a 12.4km corridor along the JBP fault.

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