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Wolfpack Gold Corp. acquires, develops, and explores for gold resources primarily in Nevada, the United States. Its principal properties include the Adelaide property, a gold-silver exploration project located to southeast of Winnemucca in Humboldt County; and the Castle Black Rock property, a gold exploration project situated in the southwest part of the Big Smoky Valley, state of Nevada. The company’s principal properties also include the Crownpoint and the Hosta Butte uranium projects that covers approximately 3,020 acres located in the Grants Uranium Belt, New Mexico. Wolfpack Gold Corp. is headquartered in Reno, Nevada.

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Wolfpack Gold Corp., Annual General Meeting, Jun 23, 2014

Wolfpack Gold Corp., Annual General Meeting, Jun 23, 2014.

Wolfpack Gold Corp. Announces Completion of First Phase of Adelaide Project in Northern Nevada and an Update on Fourmile Project

Wolfpack Gold Corp. announced it has completed the first phase of reverse circulation drilling at the advanced Adelaide project in northern Nevada. Significant results include: WPA13-03 with 1.5 m of 40.0 g/t gold and 105.0 g/t silver from a depth of 122.0 m; WPA13-05 with 1.5 m of 3.85 g/t gold and 713.0 g/t silver from a depth of 123.5 m. A second phase of drilling at Adelaide is being planned for the Crown Pit and Robber's Knob area, potentially as early as second quarter of 2014. This second phase program is designed to add new resource potential to the project along projections of mapped northerly to northwesterly trending vein zones in under-explored Valmy quartzites and carbonates. The completed drill program at Adelaide consisted of seven easterly directed reverse circulation (RC) holes totaling 1,235 m from three sites on the western margin of the Margarita Pit. The company completed a 5-hole drill program at the Fourmile project, a relatively untested high level volcanic hosted epithermal precious metals system located approximately 31 miles northeast of Tonopah, Nevada. The company's recent 5-hole 1,500 m RC drill program, utilized angle drilling designed to cut the main north-south vein trend at multiple elevations from 150 to 300 meters below the surface. Difficult drilling conditions and an unexpected easterly dip to the vein zone prevented an adequate test of the targeted vein zones below about 180 vertical meters. The first four holes of the program were east-directed angle holes drilled from site one. Holes 02 and 03 intercepted significant quartz veining, although 01 and 04 failed to hit the targeted vein zone due to unexpected deflections of the drill string in those deeper tests. Drill hole FMB13-02 had the thickest veining observed in any of the drilling and several interesting, but sub-economic silver-gold intercepts, including a 6.0 m intercept from 158.5-164.5 meters that assayed 24.7 g/t silver and 0.176 g/t gold. Quartz vein thickness, textures, alteration and metallization observed in holes 03 and 04, suggest that the Sinter Ridge vein target is part of a robust hydrothermal system with significant potential to host higher grade silver and silver-gold mineralization.

Wolfpack Gold Corp. Commences Adelaide Drill Program

Wolfpack Gold Corp. announced that it has commenced the first phase of a reverse circulation (RC) drill program on the Adelaide project in north-central Nevada. This drill program is expected to include approximately 8 holes totaling 4,000 feet (1,220 meters) and is designed to target higher grade gold-silver zones associated with veins and vein margins in the Margarita Pit area. The program has been designed to determine the continuity and extent of the vein related precious metals mineralization in this area and to provide further detail for the current geologic model. Additional drilling is planned for early November, with the design of this second phase dependent upon results from the initial drilling. Once the initial Adelaide program has been completed, the company plans to move the drill rig south to begin a 3-4 hole reverse circulation drilling program at the Company's Fourmile property located 31 miles northeast of Tonopah, Nevada. The Fourmile drilling will be directed at exploring deeper levels of the high level silica and veining exposed at the north end of Sinter Ridge.


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