Completion of Phase III Diamond Drill Programme at Snowbird High Grade Gold Project

Gitennes Successfully Completes Phase III Diamond Drill Programme at Snowbird High Grade Gold Project

Vancouver, B.C., – November 14, 2019 – Gitennes Exploration Inc. (“Gitennes” or the “Company”) – (TSXV – GIT) announces that it has completed the  Phase III diamond drilling on its Snowbird High Grade Gold Project located near Fort St. James, British Columbia. The Company drilled ten holes totaling approximately 2,000 metres including a 400 metre hole (SB19-10), the deepest hole drilled to date on the Project.

Highlights of the Phase III Diamond Drill Programme:

  • Quartz–carbonate veins which host gold mineralization at Snowbird intersected multiple times in all ten drill holes;
  • 11.3 metre vein intersected in Hole SB19-04;
  • Heavily veined intervals intersected in several holes;
    • SB19-10 intersected intense veining over a length of 39 metres in drill core.
  • Strong relationship between faulting, shearing and contacts observed with veining and zones of quartz-sericite and/or mariposite alteration with , calcite, pyrite and antimony;
  • 400 metre hole completed (SB19-10) – deepest drilled to date at Snowbird.  The hole encountered pyrite-arsenopyrite in association with quartz-carbonate veining at depths never sampled before;
  • SB19-10 did not cross the ultramafic body into the mudstone leaving room for the possibility of expansion of gold mineralization along the contact at depth;
  • 505 samples, including reference samples have been submitted for assaying.  Results are pending and are expected by mid-December.

With the successful completion of the Phase III programme Gitennes has drilled 30 holes totaling approximately 4,820 metres in three programmes at Snowbird.  The Phase III programme was Gitennes’ most focused programme with all of the holes drilled in the Main Zone but this is first time to Gitennes’ knowledge that holes were drilled at oblique and acute angles to the stratigraphy.  The varied orientations tested the down dip extension of the Main Zone as mineralization appears to be steepening at depth, potential cross structures and high grade gold mineralization in historical adits and trenches.

Hole SB19-10, the deepest hole drilled to date at Snowbird, which ended at 400 metre core length, has provided some key observations.  Firstly, the 39 metres of intense veining is the largest interval of quartz veining ever intersected on the Snowbird property and secondly, the ultramafic-mudstone contact was not crossed at depth.  This latter observation is important as that contact hosts almost 85% of all anomalous gold values at Snowbird and SB19-10 confirms the mineralization steepens and is open at depth.

Based on Gitennes diamond drilling programmes, its ground geophysics and mapping coupled with historical drilling programmes and airborne geophysics the 25 to 150 metre wide silica-carbonate altered ultramafic unit has now been tested to a vertical depth of approximately 300 metres and is approximately 4.8 km long and open to the southeast.  Within the altered ultramafic Gitennes has confirmed that the contact with mudstone is the main target for high grade gold mineralization.

About Gitennes Exploration Inc.

Gitennes is in the business of exploring for and advancing mineral properties with a focus on high grade gold.  The Company currently has two high grade gold exploration properties, Snowbird and Maroon, both in British Columbia and a 1% Net Smelter Returns royalty on the 18 million ounce Urumalqui Silver Project in Peru.

Qualified Person

The scientific and technical information contained in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Justin Rensby (P.Geo.), technical adviser to the Company who is a “qualified person” within the meaning of National Instrument 43-101.

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Gitennes Exploration Inc.

“Ken Booth”

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