Vancouver, BC – September 29, 2015: BonTerra Resources Inc. (TSX-V: BTR) (the “Company” or “Bonterra”) is pleased to report that requisite permits have been issued by the Province of Quebec in order for diamond drilling to begin at the Company’s Gladiator gold project located in the Abitbi Subprovince, north of Val d’Or, Quebec.
The Company has secured a drilling contract, prepared the camp and has mobilized a drill to the site along with the geological team. The first phase of drilling will target down plunge and strike extensions to the Company’s newly-discovered Gladiator Zone located on the Spartacus Trend within the West Arena Property. Additional sampling and re-logging of previously drilled holes is also underway in order to determine gold values in un-assayed altered material adjacent to and outside of veining. Geological mapping and preparation for additional ground geophysics is also underway.
The Spartacus Trend has been identified by the Company’s geologists as a northeast trending shear zone primarily within mafic volcanic units that host local intrusions of syenite and gabbro. Gold mineralization is predominantly contained within quartz-carbonate veining and associated alteration related to shearing, faults, folds and other typical structural controls. To date, the deposit has been drilled over a 500-meter strike length from surface and consists of a number of parallel, anastomosing and intersecting steeply dipping shear zones. Two additional parallel trends have been identified by geophysical signature and limited drilling, namely the Crixus to the north and the Gannicus to the south, each trend is separated by approximately 500 meters. The Coliseum Property is situated immediately to the west along strike from the Spartacus and Crixus trends. The Barry Deposit and open pit are located along strike immediately to the west of the Coliseum Property.
Dale Ginn, P.Geo. has approved the information contained in this release. Mr. Ginn is a Director and Technical Advisor for the project and is a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101.
About BonTerra Resources
BonTerra is a debt-free, Canadian gold exploration company based in Vancouver, BC, with just over 34 million shares outstanding. The Company recently completed a financing for over $2,500,000 whereas Oban Mining Corp. became its largest shareholder at 19% holdings (see news release dated July 7, 2015). The Company continues to expand its NI 43-101 compliant gold resource on its West Arena Property, part of the world famous Abitibi Greenstone Belt in mining-friendly Quebec. BonTerra’s Gladiator Project is in the Urban-Barry Greenstone Belt and is comprised of three properties: West Arena, East Arena, and Coliseum Properties The Gladiator Project is located approximately 170 km northeast of Val-d’Or in the Urban, Barry and Bailly townships in Québec, south of the Windfall Lake gold deposit, and southeast of the Bachelor and Barry gold deposits.
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