Precious metals explorer, Newrange Gold Corp. (NRG:TSX; NRGOF:OTC; X6C:FSE) plans to shortly kick off drilling at its Ontario properties North Birch and Argosy.
"Our two projects complement each other very well in that Argosy, being the largest past-producing gold mine in the belt, has known gold mineralization that is open to depth while North Birch holds the 'blue sky' potential for a significant new discovery," Newrange President and CEO Robert Archer described in a news release.
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