Stratabound Minerals in the News


InvestmentPitch Media
November 19, 2020

"David Morgan of the Morgan Report interviews R. Kim Tyler, President and CEO of Stratabound Minerals"

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Stockhouse
November 17, 2020

"Who is On the Verge of the Next Major North American Gold District?"

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Canadian exploration and development Company Stratabound Minerals Corp. (TSX-V: SB, OTC Pink: SBMIF, Forum) is at the very early stage of the next significant North American gold district.

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MINING.COM
November 17, 2020

"Stratabound samples 320 g/t Au in Yukon, stock soars"

Stratabound Minerals (TSXV: SB) has received results from the Phase 1 field program concluded this summer at its flagship Golden Culvert project in the Yukon Territory.

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Resource World Magazine
November 17, 2020

"Stratabound Minerals samples 320 g/t gold at Golden Culvert, shares up"

Stratabound Minerals Corp. [SB-TSXV] reported the results received from its Phase 1 field program concluded this summer at its flagship Golden Culvert Project, Yukon Territory. A surface geochemistry sampling program outlined a 1 km long by up to 100 metres wide gold-mineralized boulder field of surface float-trains linking likewise gold-mineralized quartz vein structures exposed in outcrop, subcrop and trenching in previous programs either side of the Main Discovery outcrop.

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The Northern Miner, Issue 119
September 14, 2020

"Global Gold Snapshot: Eight Players to Watch"

By: Magda Gardner

Stratabound Minerals profiled on Page 15 of The Northern Miner, Issue 119. Full article available in print, and by following the link to the digital edition.

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North of 60 Mining News
August 28, 2020

"Progress at Golden Culvert"
Excerpt from: "New mine, high prices spark gold fever"

By: Rose Ragsdale

In southeastern Yukon, another junior is also exploring for gold. Stratabound Minerals Corp. Aug. 24 reported the start of drilling at its flagship Golden Culvert project, located about 25 kilometers (16 miles) north of Seabridge Gold Corp.'s 3Aces Gold project a few kilometers from Yukon's border with Northwest Territories.

Only 20% explored, Golden Culvert covers 84 square-kilometers along a 24-kilometer (15 miles) of a mineralized trend. The all-season Cantung Mine Road runs through the property.

Eight diamond drill holes totaling 1,370 meters and 24 surface trenches, reported in previous exploration programs, have intersected and outlined a 530-meter-long by 130-meter-wide mineralized corridor containing six parallel gold-bearing structures that are targeted for definition and extensional drilling this season.

In the current drill program – the second phase of its 2020 exploration campaign – Stratabound aims to complete infill definition drilling within the previously drilled and trenched area to define an initial NI 43-101 resource estimate, and drill beyond the open-ended strike length to about 800 meters and below the 150-meter vertical depth previously drilled from surface.

Earlier this summer, the junior collected 116 soil and 157 rock samples and conducted ground geophysics and geological surveys on property-wide targets across the underexplored 24-kilometer (15 miles) strike length extending from both sides of the project's Main Discovery area that has been the focus of close-spaced, detailed work conducted to date.

"We are more mine developers and operators by experience than explorationists and, as evidence continues to support it, we view the Golden Culvert through the perspective of moving it from advanced exploration to a development stage gold mining project," Kim Tyler, Stratabound's president and CEO, said in announcing the 2020 drill program.

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AllPennyStocks.com News
February 28, 2020

By: Tomas Ronolski

Stratabound Drills Gold as Prices Keep Soaring

Since hitting $1,167 per ounce in August 2018, spot gold has been a beast, rising 39% to $1,622 per ounce early-Friday morning. The drivers are well identified as the Fed (easy monetary policy), fear (coronavirus, stocks stretched, presidential election) and maybe even a little FOMO (fear of missing out) that has gold looking to top $1,700 per ounce for the first time since December 18, 2012.

Technical traders are eyeballing the chart for spot gold to complete the cup portion of a “cup-and-handle” pattern that could be forming over the last 8 years. The bigger the pattern and longer it takes to form the more reliable it should be. The handle could take a year to form should the price complete the cup part by finding resistance between $1,800-$1,900 per ounce. The upside, though, is a pattern target in the neighborhood of $2,700-$2,800 per ounce.

Again, it will take years to play out, but it is one more piece of evidence for gold bugs to hang their hats on.

Rising gold prices should provide lift for explorers of all sizes, particularly those with highly prospective properties in mining friendly jurisdictions. Stratabound Minerals Corp. (TSX-Venture:SB) is in this mix, developing its flagship Golden Culvert Project in Yukon Territory and its new McIntyre Brook Project, New Brunswick, Canada. At McIntyre Brook, there are two known gold occurrences located 1.5 kilometers apart.

In October, results from a phase 1 trenching program at the 84-square-acre Golden Culvert Project showed gold-bearing veins, including an intersect of 95.0 grams per tonne (g/t) gold over 1.5 meters within an interval of 24.41 g/t gold over 5.0 meters.

Further, the Toronto-based company also holds a large land position hosting three base metal deposits in the New Brunswick’s Bathurst base metals camps in close proximity to three world-class mines, including Brunswick No. 12, which for many years was the world’s largest underground zinc mine. The property is highlighted by the Captain Copper-Cobalt Deposit that hosts an NI 43-101 Measured and Indicated Resource estimate reflecting mineralization defined by 30 holes drilled by Stratabound.

The projects have earned the attention of famed resource investor Eric Sprott. Jerritt Canyon Canada Ltd., a private company controlled by Sprott, acquired 9.08% of Stratabound (on a non-diluted basis) as part of a private placement raising $200,000 for the company in December.

Stratabound has most recently been active at McIntyre Brook as it works to define the resource by testing previously identified mineralization. Drill results from the first drill program confirmed significant gold mineralization in surface trenches along 300 meters of strike. Results from 40 trench samples graded as high as 41.57 g/t gold.

The two new drill holes showed that the gold extends 80 meters below surface and remains open in all directions. Hole MB019-04 intercepted 5.73 g/t gold between 68.0 meters and 70.0 meters as part of a larger intercept grading 1.20 g/t gold over 20 meters (57m-77m).

Hole MB019-03 also hit gold, cutting 5.08 g/t gold from 73.0 meters and 74.0 meters as part of a larger, low-grade interval of 0.84 g/t gold from 68 meters to 81 meters below surface.

While early in the project, management is optimistic that the type and style of the mineralization are indicative of iron oxide-copper-gold (IOCG) type deposit. In mining circles, this carries a lot of weight because IOCG ore bodies, such as Olympic Dam in Australia and Candelaria in Chile, range from around 10 million to 4 billion tonnes of contained ore grading between 0.2%-5% copper, with gold contents ranging from 0.1 to over 3.0 g/t.

The property is essentially unexplored across the 1.2 kilometers to the east to the other known gold occurrence, called the Big Pit. Here, trench samples returned 9.53 g/t gold and 1.44% copper.

Knowing that a soil sample at the Moose Brook Showing grading 1.6 g/t gold and 6.5% copper 10 kilometers to the west has to conjure up ideas of a major discovery in the overlooked part of New Brunswick as the company looks to start filling in the gaps. Investors should be looking for every piece of drill data that supports Stratabound. The company, with a market capitalization of just C$3.1 million, sitting on an IOCG deposit in its portfolio along with already surging gold prices could be just the trade setup investors were looking for.

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AllPennyStocks.com
February 20, 2020

"Turning Pennies into Dollars"

Featured Company: Stratabound Minerals Corp.

Considering the accommodative nature of central banks globally, there is no real reason to expect the 11-year bull run to come to an end. At some point, though, there needs to be some recognition that the markets are ignoring everything (China/U.S. trade war, Brexit, impeachment or coronavirus). With consumer sentiment hovering near a 10-year high, the euphoric momentum is starting to wake up contrarian investors and making a case for safe haven assets like gold.

The fact that gold has been on the rise since December 2015 lends to the contention that investors are looking to continually increase their exposure to gold in the event that the markets are making a mistake with lofty valuations and reliance of ultra-low interest rates for growth.

Against the backdrop of gold likely going higher, Stratabound Minerals Corp. (TSX-Venture:SB) has assembled an incredible team of successful industry veterans and an attractive portfolio of assets in the Yukon and New Brunswick, with a key focus on two new promising gold projects in emerging districts.

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The Northern Miner
December 27, 2019

By: Magda Gardner

Canada Snapshot: Projects to watch in BC, Yukon and NWT

The natural endowment of Canada’s British Columbia province, the Yukon and Northwest Territories continues to drive mineral exploration and development. Here are eight companies active in the region:

...Stratabound Minerals (TSXV: SB) is focused on its 84 sq. km Golden Culvert project within the Hyland Gold Belt in the Yukon. The belt is also host to Golden Predator’s (TSXV: GPY) 3 Aces project and Goldstrike Resources’ (TSXV: GSR) Plateau gold project.

Golden Culvert features a 24 km long mineralized trend; soil sampling has identified a 3 km long, 250 metre wide anomaly with gold grades in excess of 30 parts per billion within this trend.

Within this soil anomaly, exploration work completed to date has traced gold mineralization along a 570-metre strike. Mineralization at the site appears to consist of quartz vein and breccia structures that control the gold emplacement; gold may be localized in shoots within the veins.

Over the course of its 2019 exploration program...

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TMX Money
October 8, 2019

InvestmentPitch Media Video Discusses Stratabound Minerals' 2019 Exploration Program which Reported 19.15 gpt Gold over 1.5 Meters within Interval of 3.63 gpt Gold over 9 Meters - Video Available on Investmentpitch.com

Vancouver, British Columbia--(Newsfile Corp. - October 8, 2019) - Stratabound Minerals Corp. (TSXV: SB) announced results from its recently completed 2019 gold exploration program on its Golden Culvert Project. Golden Culvert and Little Hyland cover 84 square kilometers in the southeast Yukon Territory across a 24-kilometer strike located approximately 20 kilometers northeast of and parallel to Golden Predator Mining's 3 Aces property and 30 kilometers north along strike of Aben Resources' Justin Project.

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The Northern Miner
December 21, 2018

Posted by: Trish Saywell

Stratabound hits targets in first-ever drill program at Golden Culvert

When Stratabound Minerals (TSXV: SB) CEO Kim Tyler told people he wanted to start drilling Golden Culvert as soon as possible after optioning the Yukon project in October 2017, many of them suggested that he probably should do some geophysics and soils first before starting to punch holes into the ground.

But he told them that that sort of work would only confirm what he already knew: That there was an outcrop the size of a transport truck on the property with gold in the wall rock and in the vein, which had been sampled many times in the past and had consistently returned grades of between 7.7 grams gold and 23.8 grams gold per tonne.

There were no duds.

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The Northern Miner  
April 16, 2018

Posted by: Trish Saywell

Stratabound Options Golden Culvert in Yukon

Kim Tyler was manager of project evaluations for North America at a midtier mining company in September 2016 when he first came across the Golden Culvert property in the Upper Highland Valley of southeastern Yukon, about 205 km north of the town of Watson Lake.

The property had an outcrop “the size of a transport truck” that contained multiple goldbearing quartz veins grading up to 22.8 grams per tonne gold within a lower grade gold mineralized host rock grading up to 2.2 grams gold per tonne, Tyler says. All of this was within a 3 km by 250metre wide, +30 parts per billion gold soils anomaly that was open at both ends and had never been trenched or drilled.

“I have spent over forty years in exploration and mining as a geologist, principally in gold, and Golden Culvert is simply the best earlystage exploration project I have ever come across, bar none,” Tyler says. “It is a rare thing to walk onto a project and ‘feel’ that coming up through your feet … It is a rare thing to come across such an opportunity anywhere on the planet today.”

Golden Culvert also seemed comparable, he says, with Golden Predator’s (TSXV: GPY) 3 Aces project, 20 km to the south, and to the Plateau project owned by Goldstrike Resources (TSXV: GSR), 315 km to the north.

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