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Preliminary Economic Assessment of Northern Freegold's Nucleus and Revenue Deposits Generates $615 Million NPV and 23% IRR
Published : February 20, 2013
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VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA--(Marketwire - Feb. 20, 2013) - Northern Freegold Resources Ltd. (News - Market indicators)(OTCQX:NFRGF)(FRANKFURT:8N6) is pleased to announce results of a NI 43-101 compliant Preliminary Economic Assessment ("PEA") for the Nucleus and Revenue deposits at the road accessible Freegold Mountain Project, in the Yukon, Canada. The project is 100% owned by Northern Freegold (the "Company").

The PEA was prepared by GeoVector Management Inc. The PEA was prepared as an open pit mining project. The project expects to yield a pre-tax net present value of $614.8 million and an internal rate of return ("IRR") of 23.4% at a 5% discount rate using three year trailing average prices of US $1455 per ounce gold, $3.65 per pound copper, $14 per pound molybdenum1, and $27.55 per ounce silver respectively. At recent prevailing spot commodity prices the pre-tax NPV (5%) and IRR increase to $779.6 million and 29.7% respectively. The results of the PEA demonstrate the potential technical and economic viability of a new gold with copper and molybdenum mine on the property. All $ are Canadian except where indicated.

Highlights:

  • Average Life of Mine ("LOM") annual production is forecasted at 150,000 oz gold, 17.3 million lbs copper, 4.2 million lbs molybdenum and 355,000 oz silver;
  • First five years average annual gold production exceeds 200,000 oz;
  • Average LOM cash cost of gold (net of byproducts) is $399 per oz;
  • NPV (5%) $614.8 million pre-tax; IRR 23.4% pre-tax;
  • NPV (5%) $357.8 million after-tax; IRR 17.5% after-tax;
  • Throughput: 30,000 tonnes per day;
  • Strip ratio over LOM 2.03:1;
  • Mine life: 11 years;
  • Pre-production capital of $499.7 million and Expansion capital of $78.6 million for mill additions in Year 5;
  • Payback period from production: 4.2 years;
  • At recent prevailing spot metal prices, the project generates a pre-tax NPV (5%) of $779.6 million, IRR of 29.7% and a payback of 3.2 years (see Sensitivity Analysis Table).

The PEA is considered by Northern Freegold as the current optimized development scenario for the Freegold Mountain project based on the existing resources at Nucleus and Revenue. Both the Nucleus and Revenue deposits remain open as to depth and width providing future potential to significantly increase the size of the resource. Exploration data on the property clearly indicates that substantial potential exists for scaling up the project economics, and this upside includes:

  • Numerous mineralized showings occur outside the current NI 43-101 resource areas with similar characteristics to Nucleus or Revenue which have seen minimal exploration and have the potential to develop into additional mineral deposits;
  • Twelve priority geophysical anomalies associated with significant soil copper and gold geochemical anomalies have been identified for further exploration and have the potential to develop into additional mineral deposits. This includes the 3 kilometre long zone between the Nucleus and Revenue deposits.

"This is a key milestone for Northern Freegold," said John Burges, President & CEO, "this PEA demonstrates robust economics. The phased development with initial production at the Nucleus gold deposit helps to reduce upfront capital. Over 62% of the revenues are from gold production at an operating cost of less than $400 per ounce after byproduct credits. We have successfully grown the Nucleus/Revenue gold resource over 300% over the last four years and on a gold equivalent basis over 700%. Our exploration/drilling discovery costs for the 2012 inaugural Revenue resource were low at ~ $3 per gold ounce and $1 per gold equivalent ounce. There remain significant opportunities to grow the resources adjacent to the conceptual pits and extend the mine life, and there are many other high priority targets on the 10 km geophysical anomaly which have the potential to develop into near surface higher grade deposits."

1 A lower price was used for molybdenum rather than the three year trailing average price.

Financial Assumptions, Results and Sensitivities

For Base Case metal prices the Company used three year trailing averages for gold, copper and silver. A lower long term price for molybdenum was used rather than the current three year trailing average.

Table 1: Three Year Trailing Averages2
Au US$ 1,455/oz
Cu US$ 3.65/lb
Mo US$ 14/lb
Ag US$ 27.55/oz
Long Term FX Rate C$:US$ 1 : 0.98
2 For Gold, Copper and Silver

The financial analysis for the Base Case indicates a pre-tax NPV at a 5% discount rate of $614.8 million, with a 23.4% pre-tax IRR and a payback of 4.2 years. This includes all NSRs. The after-tax NPV at a 5% discount rate is $357.8 million with an IRR of 17.5%. The after-tax analysis assumes 30% Federal and Yukon taxes adjusted for depreciation/allowances together with royalties paid to the Yukon Government. On the Base Case the breakdown of revenues is as follows:

Table 2: Breakdown of Revenues
Metal Percentage of Revenues
Au 62%
Cu 18%
Mo 17%
Ag 3%

Sensitivities were run on the Base Case at different discount rates and these are summarized in Table 3 below.

Table 3: NET PRESENT VALUE ANALYSIS (in $MM)
Discount Rate Base Case Discount
 Rate
Spot Price
  NPV
 Pre-Tax
NPV
 After-Tax
  NPV
 Pre-Tax
NPV
 After-Tax
0% 1,094.4 690.9 0% 1,303.5 820.8
5% 614.8 357.8 5% 779.6 460.5
8% 427.8 227.9 8% 571.6 317.7
10% 331.3 160.9 10% 462.9 243.2
           
  Pre-Tax
 IRR
After-Tax
 IRR
  Pre-Tax
 IRR
After-Tax
 IRR
  23.4% 17.5%   29.7% 21.7%

Sensitivities were also run on all metal prices. These are summarized in the following table.

Table 4: Net Present Value Metal Price Sensitivity
  All Metal
Prices -10%
Base
 Case
All Metal
Prices +10%
Pre-Tax NPV (5%) ($ millions) 364.3 614.8 866.6
After-Tax NPV (5%) ($ millions) 197.2 357.8 513.5
Pre-Tax IRR (%) 16.5 23.4 29.9
After-Tax IRR (%) 12.2 17.5 22.2
Payback Period (years) 5.5 4.2 3.4

Further sensitivities were run around key revenue and cost variables. These are summarized in the table below:

Table 5: SENSITIVITY ANALYSIS        
      Pre-tax
NPV
After-tax
NPV
    Payback
      (5% discount) (5% discount) Pre-tax After-tax period
    % change ($ million) ($ million) IRR IRR (years)
Gold price 1   (in US$)          
    $1,600 784 463 28.7% 21.2% 3.4
    $1,500 667 391 25.1% 18.6% 3.9
Base Case   $1,455 615 358 23.4% 17.5% 4.2
    $1,400 551 317 21.4% 16.1% 4.6
    $1,300 434 236 17.8% 13.1% 5.6
    $1,200 318 144 14.3% 9.8% 6.9
    Spot Price 2 780 461 29.7% 21.7% 3.2
All Metal prices              
    15% 992 591 32.9% 24.4% 3.1
    10% 866 514 29.9% 22.2% 3.4
    5% 740 436 26.7% 19.9% 3.8
Base Case   0% 615 358 23.4% 17.5% 4.2
    -5% 489 278 20.0% 14.9% 4.7
    -10% 364 197 16.5% 12.2% 5.5
    -15% 238 97 12.8% 8.5% 6.8
    Spot Price 2 780 461 29.7% 21.7% 3.2
Total Operating costs          
    15% 410 226 17.7% 13.1% 5.3
    10% 478 271 19.7% 14.6% 4.8
    5% 547 315 21.6% 16.1% 4.5
Base Case   0% 615 358 23.4% 17.5% 4.2
    -5% 683 400 25.3% 18.8% 3.9
    -10% 751 443 27.1% 20.1% 3.7
    -15% 819 485 28.8% 21.4% 3.5
Capital costs 3              
    15% 537 303 19.5% 14.5% 4.8
    10% 563 322 20.7% 15.4% 4.6
    5% 589 340 22.0% 16.4% 4.4
Base Case   0% 615 358 23.4% 17.5% 4.2
    -5% 641 376 25.0% 18.6% 4.0
    -10% 666 394 26.6% 19.9% 3.7
    -15% 692 411 28.5% 21.2% 3.5
  1. Sensitivity analysis is based on the change of gold price only while other metal prices remain at the Base Case.
  2. Spot prices are quoted as of February 4, 2013: gold $1674/oz, silver $31.76/oz, copper $3.74/lb and molybdenum $11.48/lb using a C$:US$ 1:1 FX rate
  3. Capital costs include Pre-Production capital of $499.7 million and Expansion capital of $78.6 million.

Mineral Resources

The PEA incorporates the recent NI 43-101 mineral resource estimates for both the Nucleus and Revenue deposits.

Table 6: Mineral Resource Estimate for Nucleus Deposit (see news release dated January 9, 2013)
Indicated
Cut-off
AuEq
(g/t)
Tonnes Au Ag Cu
Grade
 (g/t)
Ozs Grade
 (g/t)
Ounces Grade
 (%)
lbs
0.20 93,733,089 0.480 1,445,425 0.81 2,427,268 0.05 110,726,000
0.25 71,904,900 0.567 1,310,039 0.85 1,967,789 0.06 88,544,244
0.40 36,137,402 0.849 986,549 1.01 1,175,181 0.06 50,631,288
0.50 25,889,606 1.023 851,603 1.11 924,040 0.07 37,782,715
0.75 12,797,289 1.492 613,956 1.49 613,661 0.07 19,023,554
Inferred
Cut-offAuEq(g/t) Tonnes
(x 1,000)
Au Ag Cu
Grade
 (g/t)
Ozs Grade
 (g/t)
Ounces Grade
 (%)
lbs
0.20 86,660 0.34 956,000 1.3 3,545,000 0.04 80,127,000
0.25 60,398 0.41 801,000 1.5 2,876,000 0.04 52,244,000
0.40 29,182 0.55 518,000 2.0 1,866,000 0.04 27,725,000
0.50 13,432 0.73 315,000 2.2 952,000 0.04 11,610,000
0.75 3,781 1.27 155,000 2.3 283,000 0.03 2,601,000
 
Table 7: Mineral Resource Estimate for the Revenue Deposit (see news release dated January 18, 2012)
Cut-
off
AuEq
(g/t)
Tonnes
(x 1,000)
Gold Silver Copper Molybdenum
g/t Ounces g/t Ounces % Pounds % Pounds
0.30 157,619 0.27 1,345,000 2.49 12,605,000 0.11 370,517,000 0.03 103,560,000
0.40 128,719 0.30 1,232,000 2.76 11,420,000 0.12 331,554,000 0.03 98,409,000
0.50 100,983 0.34 1,119,000 3.14 10,194,000 0.13 286,871,000 0.04 89,606,000
0.60 80,841 0.38 994,000 3.40 8,831,000 0.13 239,407,000 0.05 84,527,000
0.70 61,541 0.43 850,000 3.64 7,211,000 0.15 199,568,000 0.06 76,941,000
  1. Gold equivalent (AuEq) for the Nucleus Resource is calculated based upon 3 year trailing average prices of US$1,455/oz for gold, US$27.55/oz for silver and US$3.65/lb for copper and assumes metallurgical recoveries of 97% for gold, 51% for silver and 43% for copper (Note: total contained AuEq metal values may not add exactly because of rounding).
  2. Gold equivalent (AuEq) for the Revenue Resource is calculated based upon prices of US$1,016/oz for gold, US$15.82/oz for silver, US$2.95/lb for copper and US$15.82/lb for molybdenum, and assumes 100% metal recovery with no discount for metallurgical recovery in contained metal figures (Note: total contained AuEq metal values may not add exactly because of rounding.)
  3. Mineral resources do not demonstrate economic viability, and there is no certainty that these mineral resources will be converted into mineable reserves once economic considerations are applied.

Potentially economic open pit portions of the resources have been calculated with an open pit cut-off grade of approximately 0.25 g/t AuEq. The resulting tonnages and grades for the open pit conceptual mine plan are as follows:

Table 8: Nucleus In-Pit Resources
Indicated
Tonnes
(x 1,000)
Au Ag Cu
Grade
 (g/t)
Ounces Grade
 (g/t)
Ounces Grade
 (%)
Pounds
52,474 0.607 1,024,000 0.80 1,310,000 0.052 60,228,000
Inferred
Tonnes(x 1,000) Au Ag Cu
Grade
 (g/t)
Ounces Grade
 (g/t)
Ounces Grade
 (%)
Pounds
2,724 0.434 38,000 0.79 68,000 0.011 727,000
 
Table 9: Revenue In-Pit Resources
Inferred
Tonnes
(x 1,000)
Gold Silver Copper Molybdenum
g/t Ounces g/t Ounces % Pounds % Pounds
61,995 0.374 746,000 3.18 6,339,000 0.129 176,899,000 0.042 26,091,000

Mineral resources are reported in relation to conceptual pit shells. Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. The Preliminary Economic Assessment is preliminary in nature, and is based, in part, on inferred mineral resources that are considered too speculative geologically to have the economic considerations applied to them that would enable them to be categorized as mineral reserves. There is no certainty that the preliminary assessment will be realized. All figures are rounded to reflect the relative accuracy of the estimate. All composites have been capped where appropriate.

Mining & Processing

The PEA is based on a conventional open pit mining operation and a processing facility of 30,000 tonnes per day. It is envisaged that mining and processing of the Nucleus resource will commence first and that processing of material from the Revenue deposit will commence in year five. Processing of the Nucleus deposit is planned to consist of crushing and grinding, gravity recovery of coarse gold followed by cyanidation and solvent extraction, utilizing the SART process, to recover gold, silver and copper. The SART process (sulphidization-acidification-recycle-thickening), developed jointly by SGS Lakefield and Teck Corporation, can remove the metallurgical interference of leachable copper and zinc, and regenerate cyanide so that it can be recycled to the gold operation. This is beneficial in two ways; first it lowers the cyanide costs substantially because the cyanide from CN-Cu complexes is reclaimed and reused in the gold circuit and secondly, copper is recovered from solution by electrowinning.

Processing of material from the Revenue deposit will be by conventional crushing, grinding, gravity recovery of gold, flotation of copper and molybdenum concentrates, followed by cyanide leach for final gold recovery. The process recovery flowsheet and metal recovery estimates are based on initial metallurgical studies carried out by SGS Canada Inc. in 2012 on representative mineralized composites from both the Revenue and Nucleus deposits (press release September 12 and September 19, 2012). At the assumed processing rate the forecast production is as follows:

Table 10: Forecast Production
  Gold
(ounces)
Silver
(ounces)
Copper
(million pounds)
Molybdenum
(million pounds)
Total production, LOM 1,607,891 3,803,412 185,447,207 45,295,027
Average annual production 150,270 355,459 17,331,515 4,233,180
         
Mill Grade, LOM (g/t, %) 0.482 2.03 0.090% 0.022%
Recovered Grade, LOM (g/t, %) 0.427 1.01 0.072% 0.018%
Estimated LOM overall recovery (%) 88.4% 49.6% 80.1% 78.8%

Roads and Power Access

The Freegold Mountain project is located within the Dawson Range and covers an area in excess of 198 square kilometres (75 square miles). The Nucleus Au-Ag-Cu deposit and the Revenue Cu-Au-Mo-Ag deposit cover approximately 30 square kilometres. The project has significant infrastructure advantages. It is located approximately 200 kilometres northwest of Yukon's capital and industrial center in Whitehorse. It is road accessible from Whitehorse, along the main Klondike Highway, a paved all-weather highway running from Whitehorse to Carmacks thence along a 70 kilometre government maintained road from Carmacks, called the Freegold Road. This government maintained road currently terminates near the Company's Revenue camp thus giving the Company full road access. Western Copper and Gold Corporation, recently released its feasibility study (January 7, 2013) on the large Casino copper-gold property, which lies a further 132 kilometres to the west. They propose extending the Freegold Road from Northern Freegold's property generally following the alignment of the "Casino Trail". Commercial electrical grid power is available at Carmacks. The publicly owned Yukon electricity utility, the Yukon Energy Company ("YEC"), recently built a new 138kv high voltage transmission line along the Klondike Highway from Carmacks to Stewart Crossing linking the north and south electricity grids. The utility also built a spur electrical line extending into the Minto copper mine 30 kilometres north of the Freegold Mountain project which is operated by Capstone Mining Corp. The Company anticipates that YEC will provide grid power to the project by connecting to either existing lines or to proposed lines that YEC anticipates developing. The spur line that will be required is assumed to be approximately 30 km in length. The Company has assumed it will be responsible for the capital for this grid connection.

Infrastructure development is anticipated to include:

  • plant site and haul roads;
  • mine maintenance garage, warehouse and fuel storage facilities;
  • administration buildings, accommodation facilities, and assay lab;
  • fresh water supply and sewage treatment;
  • two open pits (Nucleus and Revenue);
  • waste rock disposal areas;
  • tailings pond; and
  • power supplied by a 30 kilometre long transmission line connecting to the Yukon power grid.

Operating Costs

Table 11: Operating Costs
Cost Centre per tonne milled C$/tonne
Mining $5.91
Processing $8.54
General & Administrative $1.06
Refining and Smelting $1.78
Working Capital $0.51
Total Cost per tonne milled $17.80

Pre-Production Costs and Expansion Costs

Total Capital is outlined in Tables 12 and 13 below. Pre-production capital is $499.7 million for the start of production at Nucleus. This is followed by Expansion capital of $78.6 million for mill additions at the start of Revenue production in Year 5 of the mine life which will be funded out of project cashflow. The PEA also assumes LOM Sustaining capital and Mine Closure costs net of salvage values of $90.4 million.

Table 12: Pre-Production Costs
Cost Centre C$ (millions)
Owners Costs $56.6
Pre stripping $52.3
Mobile equipment (15% deposit on 5 year lease to own) $13.7
Process plant $230.4
Tailings $8.8
Infrastructure $63.5
Engineering and technical $9.5
EPCM $21.4
Contingency $43.5
Total Pre-production costs $499.7
 
Table 13: Expansion Costs
Cost Centre C$ (millions)
Process plant $45.5
Tailings $9.5
Infrastructure $1.9
Engineering and technical $12.0
EPCM $2.8
Contingency $6.9
Total Expansion costs $78.6

The PEA has been prepared in compliance with the standards of NI 43-101 by Alan Sexton, M.Sc., P.Geo., and Joe Campbell, B.Sc., P.Geo., of GeoVector Management Inc. ("GeoVector"). Mr. Campbell and Mr. Sexton are both Qualified Persons, as defined in NI 43-101 and are independent of the Company. Mr. Sexton managed the 2012 drill program. An updated NI 43-101 report will be finalized and filed on SEDAR within 45 days of the date of this news release. 

Paul Reynolds, B.Sc. P.Geo., Vice President Exploration for Northern Freegold Resources Ltd., is the Qualified Person, as defined by NI 43-101, for the Freegold Mountain Project and has reviewed the technical information in this release.

Recommendations of the PEA

Following the positive outlook of the PEA, GeoVector recommends that further work should be undertaken to enhance the project economics:

  • additional drilling to potentially increase the scale of the in-pit resources at the Nucleus and Revenue deposits and identify higher grade mineralized zones;
  • additional exploration outside of the known resource areas to follow up other mineralized zones which have minimal exploration and have potential to develop into additional mineral deposits; and
  • further metallurgical optimization to improve recoveries.

Northern Freegold will hold a conference call on Thursday, February 21, 2013 at 11 a.m. PST (2:00 p.m. EST). During the call, senior management and the Qualified Persons responsible for preparing the Preliminary Economic Assessment will be available to discuss the study and respond to questions from analysts and investors. To join the call, please dial:

  • 1.800.319.4610 in Canada & USA toll free
  • 1.604.638.5340 outside of Canada & USA

The conference call will be recorded and made available on Northern Freegold's website (www.northernfreegold.com) following the presentation.

About GeoVector Management Inc.

GeoVector Management Inc., is an Ottawa, Ontario based geological consulting firm specializing in resource estimation, project assessment and project management. The resource estimate and PEA has been prepared by Joe Campbell B.Sc, P.Geo., President of GeoVector, and Alan Sexton, M.Sc, P.Geo. Mr. Campbell has 30 years experience in advanced projects ranging from the Hemlo deposit for Noranda in the early to mid 1980's to Project Manager for WMC's Meliadine Gold project. The majority of his experience is in pre-feasibility, feasibility, development and open pit and underground operations at the Chief Geologist or Project Manager level. He has been the geological component of evaluation teams for WMC on major porphyry Cu and Cu-Au (El Abra; Cerro Verde; Michiquilla), skarn (Antimina; Tintaya), nickel laterite (Pinares, Cuba) and epithermal deposits (Yanacocha; Golden Hill, Cuba). Mr. Sexton has 28 years of exploration experience ranging from large scale regional exploration to advanced definition drilling programs, exploring for mesothermal and epithermal Au, VMS, SEDEX and Sn-REE deposits. Recent management roles have also included dealing with the non-technical aspects of project work such as permitting, land access and environmental/safety concerns. Prior to joining GeoVector, Mr. Sexton spent five years as District Geologist/Site Manager for WMC's Meliadine Gold Project.

About Northern Freegold

Northern Freegold Resources Ltd. (News - Market indicators)(OTCQX:NFRGF) trades in Canada on the TSX Venture Exchange under the symbol "NFR" and in the United States on the OTCQX under the symbol "NFRGF". Northern Freegold is a growth oriented Canadian-based precious metals exploration and development company. Northern Freegold is focused on creating value through the advancement of the district scale Freegold Mountain project, which hosts one of the largest undeveloped gold and copper resources in the Yukon. For maps and more information, please visit our website www.northernfreegold.com.

On behalf of the Board of Directors

John Burges, President and CEO

Cautionary Note Regarding Forward-Looking Statements - The information in this press release includes certain "forward-looking statements". All statements, other than statements of historical fact, included herein including, without limitation, plans for and intentions with respect to the company's properties, strategic alternatives, quantity of resources or reserves, timing of permitting, construction and production and other milestones, are forward looking statements. Statements concerning Mineral Reserves and Mineral Resources are also forward-looking statements in that they reflect an assessment, based on certain assumptions, of the mineralization that would be encountered and mining results if the project were developed and mined in the manner described. Forward-looking statements involve various risks and uncertainties. There can be no assurance that such statements will prove to be accurate, and actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such statements. Important factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from NFR's expectations include the uncertainties involving the need for additional financing to explore and develop properties and availability of financing in the debt and capital markets; uncertainties involved in the interpretation of drilling results and geological testing and the estimation of reserves and resources; the need for cooperation of government agencies and First Nations groups in the exploration, and development of properties; and the need to obtain permits and governmental approval. NFR's forward looking statements reflect the beliefs, opinions and projections of management on the date the statements are made. NFR assumes no obligation to update the forward looking statements if management's beliefs, opinions, projections, or other factors should change.

Neither the TSX Venture Exchange nor its Regulation Services Provider (as that term is defined in policies of the TSX Venture Exchange) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release.

Northern Freegold Resources Ltd.
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Northern Freegold est une société d’exploration minière d'or basée au Canada.

Northern Freegold détient divers projets d'exploration au Canada.

Ses principaux projets en exploration sont SEVERANCE, TAD / TORO, FREEGOLD MOUNTAIN - GOLDY ZONE, FREEGOLD MOUNTAIN - STODDART ZONE, FREEGOLD MOUNTAIN - REVENUE ZONE, BURRO CREEK, FREEGOLD MOUNTAIN - NUCLEUS et FREEGOLD MOUNTAIN -TINTA HILL au Canada.

Northern Freegold est cotée au Canada. Sa capitalisation boursière aujourd'hui est 13,4 millions CA$ (10,2 millions US$, 9,5 millions €).

La valeur de son action a atteint son plus haut niveau récent le 05 novembre 2010 à 4,20 CA$, et son plus bas niveau récent le 05 février 2016 à 0,04 CA$.

Northern Freegold possède 47 050 000 actions en circulation.

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Présentations des Compagnies de Northern Freegold Resources
30/03/2007Letter of Intent to Acquire Arizona Gold/Silver Property
Rapports annuels de Northern Freegold Resources
2008 Annual Report
2007 Annual Report
2006 Annual Reprot
Financements de Northern Freegold Resources
23/04/2013PR#13-06: Northern Freegold Announces Closing of Final Tranc...
03/04/2013PR#13-03: Northern Freegold Announces Private Placement
03/09/2012PR # 12-13: Northern Freegold Announces Closing of Expedited...
25/04/2012PR #12-09 Northern Freegold Announces Amended Terms for Brok...
02/12/2011Closes Private Placement
20/07/2011Closes First Tranche of Financing for $6 million
16/05/2011Announces $8M Private Placement
17/06/2009Completes $5,000,000 Bought Deal
28/05/2009Announces C$4,000,000 Bought Deal Equity Financing
22/12/2008Announces Flow-Through Financing
05/11/2008Announces Flow-Through Financing
Attributions d'options de Northern Freegold Resources
19/08/2013PR#13-10: Northern Freegold Adopts Advance Notice Policy, Re...
Nominations de Northern Freegold Resources
10/02/2009Appoints New Board Member to Further Develop Growth Plans
Projets de Northern Freegold Resources
27/02/2014PR#14-03 Northern Freegold Reviews 2013 Exploration Results ...
29/01/2014PR#14-02 Northern Freegold Announces Additional Exploration ...
20/01/2014PR#14-01 Northern Freegold Announces Exploration Results fro...
26/06/2013PR#13-07: Northern Freegold Announces 2013 Exploration Plan ...
09/05/2013Join Northern Freegold Resources at the Metals & Minerals In...
08/11/2012Jay Taylor Comments on Northern Freegold Resources Ltd.
04/06/2012PR #12-12 Northern Freegold Commences Drilling at Freegold M...
27/02/2012Commences Metallurgical Testing at Freegold Mountain, Yukon
18/01/2012Announces First Resource at Revenue Zone at Freegold Mountai...
11/01/2012Summarizes 2011 Exploration Program at the Freegold Mountain...
22/09/2011Intersects 304.8 Metres Averaging 0.47 g/t Au, 3.68 g/t Ag, ...
17/09/2011President of Northern Freegold Resources Steps Down
27/02/2011(Freegold Mountain - Revenue Zone)Identifies Initial Target Deposit at Revenue Zone, Freegold ...
22/02/2011(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Announces Updated NI 43-101 Resource Estimate for Nucleus, F...
11/05/2010(Freegold Mountain - Goldy Zone)Initiates Resource Expansion Program on Major Gold and Coppe...
29/04/2010Files Nucleus Deposit NI 43-101 Compliant Technical Report
10/02/2010(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Metallurgical Tests Show Excellent Gold Recoveries at Nucleu...
18/01/2010(Freegold Mountain - Goldy Zone)Increases Land Package at Freegold Mountain
03/12/2009(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)extends gold mineralization to the southwest at Nucleus Zone
19/11/2009(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus) Intersects 9.68 g/t Gold over 4.47 m in Step-Out to Southwe...
22/10/2009(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)extends gold mineralization at Nucleus Zone
10/08/2009(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)President's Message from Northern Freegold Resources
27/07/2009(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Initial One Million Ounce Resource at Nucleus Zone
26/01/2009(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Intersects 4.00 metres of 68.95 g/t Gold
27/01/2009(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Freegold Intersects 4.00 Metres of 68.95 g/t Gold Including ...
14/01/2009(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Intersects 1.27 metres of 410.00 g/t Gold
01/12/2008CORRECTION News Release: Northern Freegold Drilling Intersec...
25/09/2008(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Drilling Intersects 1.75 m of 21.18 g/t Gold
29/07/2008(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Intersects 1.23 Metres of 92.74 g/t Gold within 46.96 Metres...
02/07/2008(Burro Creek)Drilling of Vein Extension Intersects 19.7 Feet of 4.08 g/t ...
09/06/2008(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Intersects 3.25 Metres of 100.69 g/t Gold within 37.80 Metre...
05/06/2008(Burro Creek)Intersects 168.3 Feet of 0.94 g/t Gold and 56.10 g/t Silver ...
04/06/2008(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Initiates Fourth Drill in 25,000 m Diamond Drill Program at ...
20/05/2008Intersects 3.4 Feet of 31.80 g/t Gold and 759.00 g/t Silver ...
24/04/2008(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus) Commences 25,000 m Diamond Drill Program at Freegold Mounta...
23/04/2008(Burro Creek)Intersects 2.6 Feet Of 38.50 G/T Gold Within 69.0 Feet Of 2....
26/03/2008(Burro Creek) Intersects 117.10 Feet of 1.11 g/t Gold and 30.25 g/t Silve...
25/02/2008(Freegold Mountain - Nucleus)Discovers New Mineralized Porphyry Body at Freegold Mountain...
08/02/2008(Burro Creek)Completes Initial Holes of 3,000 m Drill Program at Burro Cr...
23/01/2008Receives Approval for Acquisition of Severance Property in D...
22/01/2008(Tad / Toro)Receives Approval for Acquisition of Tad/Toro Property in Da...
21/01/2008(Burro Creek) Commences 3,000 m drill program at Burro Creek Gold/Silver ...
06/12/2007Step Out Drilling - Intersects 75 m of 4.26 g/t Gold in Nucl...
08/11/2007New High Grade Zone Returns 5.6 feet of 0.52 oz/t Gold, 9.53...
24/10/2007Drill Hole in Nucleus Zone Steps Out 50 m and Returns Longes...
24/07/2007Diamond Drilling in Tinta Zone Extends Vein System Down Dip ...
19/07/2007First 2007 Diamond Drill Hole in Nucleus Zone Steps Out 50 m...
07/04/2006(Severance)2006 Technical report
Communiqués de Presse de Northern Freegold Resources
07/07/2016Northern Freegold Begins It's 2016 Yukon Exploration Program...
05/04/2016NORTHERN FREEGOLD COMPLETES PRIVATE PLACEMENT
04/04/2016NORTHERN FREEGOLD ARRANGES PRIVATE PLACEMENT
26/03/2015Northern Freegold Announces Updated NI 43-101 Resource Estim...
26/02/2015Yukon Ranks 1st in Mineral Potential and 9th Overall in the ...
02/02/2015Northern Freegold Closes Financing
16/01/2015Northern Freegold Announces Private Placement
17/12/2014Northern Freegold Reports Technical Disclosure Review
18/11/2014Northern Freegold Resources Ltd. Irene Trench Results Return...
30/10/2014Northern Freegold Resources Ltd. Management Appointments
19/06/2014Northern Freegold Announces 2014 Exploration at Freegold Mou...
05/05/2014Northern Freegold Appoints John Zbeetnoff to its Advisory Bo...
01/04/2014Northern Freegold Appoints Dennis Moore to its Advisory Boar...
18/11/2013PR#13-13 Northern Freegold Announces Approval of All Resolut...
14/11/2013Presents at 2013 Yukon Geoscience Forum, Whitehorse, Yukon, ...
06/11/2013PR#13-12 Northern Freegold Announces New Gold Discovery, Fre...
18/10/2013Presents at YGMA USA Roadshow Oct 21-25, 2013
08/10/2013(Burro Creek)New Northern Freegold Burro Creek Presentation Posted on Web...
09/07/2013(Burro Creek)PR#13-08: Northern Freegold Provides Update on Exploration P...
11/04/2013PR#13-05: Northern Freegold Announces Increase in Private Pl...
05/04/2013PR#13-04: Northern Freegold Closes First Tranche of Financin...
20/02/2013Preliminary Economic Assessment of Northern Freegold's Nucle...
31/01/2013Michael Fowler Comments on Northern Freegold
14/01/2013in the Media
09/01/2013PR#13-01: Northern Freegold Announces Updated NI 43-101 Reso...
09/01/2013Announces Updated NI 43-101 Resource Estimate for Nucleus De...
29/10/2012-Key Upcoming Milestones for the Freegold Mountain Project
10/10/2012PR#12-16 Northern Freegold Extends the Nucleus Gold Deposit
10/10/2012Extends the Nucleus Gold Deposit
19/09/2012Preliminary Metallurgical Results from Nucleus Gold Deposit ...
12/09/2012Preliminary Metallurgical Results from Revenue Cu-Au-Mo Zone...
26/06/2012Ian Gordon Comments on Northern Freegold
20/06/2012President's Letter
18/05/2012PR #12-11 Northern Freegold Appoints Paul Reynolds Vice Pres...
11/05/2012PR #12-10 Northern Freegold Announces Closing of Brokered Pr...
05/04/2012PR #12 - 08 Northern Freegold Adopts Shareholders Rights Pla...
02/04/2012PR #12 - 07 Northern Freegold Scheduled to Begin 25,000 Mete...
22/03/2012Corporate Update Spring 2012
07/02/2012Announces Listing on the OTCQX
29/12/2011Announces Final Drill Results from the 2011 Drill Program at...
10/05/2011Announces Management and Board Changes Mobilization Underway...
08/07/2010Adds Second Drill Ahead of Schedule
19/05/2010President's Message, May 2010
14/04/2010NFR & the Yukon Gold Mining Alliance Forums
05/03/2010Increases Gold Grade and Ounces at Freegold Mountain Project
11/02/2010Invests in Business with Yukon First Nations Project 2010 Te...
14/01/2010Announces Management Transition
14/01/2010NFR provides update on successful 2009 Program at Nucleus Zo...
24/11/2009Whitehorse Open House Westmark Hotel Wednesday, November 25 ...
18/11/2009President's Message from Northern Freegold Resources
05/11/2009executes option agreement for Tad/Toro
27/08/2009Stakes Additional Ground in Dawson Range Mining Camp, Yukon
13/08/2009drills 25 m of 2.45 g/t gold at Nucleus Zone
19/06/2009Completes $3,000,000 Financing
19/06/2009Commences 12,000 m Drill Program
27/02/2009 Investor Update February 2009
12/02/2009Gold Assay Value Increases to 206.50 g/t Gold over 1.24 metr...
30/12/2008Closes Financing of $475,300
01/12/2008Extends Warrant Expiry Dates
13/11/2008Extends Warrant Expiry Dates
10/11/2008Closes Financing of $1.8 Million
23/09/2008What NFR did during your summer vacation
21/05/2008Commences Drilling in Goldy Zone to follow up on 9.3 m of 15...
21/02/2008Confirms Extension of Warrant Expiry Dates
19/12/2007 Closes Financing of $4.334 Million
04/12/2007 Closes Financing of $7.147 Million
23/11/2007Investor Relations Update
22/11/2007 Receives Approval for Acquisition of Nit Property in Dawson...
15/11/2007Drilling Discovers 15.45 g/t Gold over 9.3 metres in Goldy Z...
24/10/2007Receives Approval For Acquisition Of 100% Interest In Nucleu...
11/10/2007Receives Approval for Acquisition of Burro Creek Gold/Silver...
01/10/2007Diamond Drill Program at Freegold Mountain Passes 11,000 Met...
10/09/2007Acquires Additional Property in Dawson Range Gold Belt, Yuko...
10/09/2007Additional Diamond Drill Results in Tinta Zone Confirm Exten...
23/08/2007Acquires 100% Interest in Golden Revenue, Nitro and Sey Prop...
28/06/2007Three Drills in Operation in Three Zones at Freegold Mountai...
08/06/2007Completes First Hole of 15,000 m Diamond Drill Program at Fr...
22/05/2007Announces Financing
10/05/2007Acquires Burro Creek Gold/Silver Property, Arizona
07/05/2007Commences 15,000 m Diamond Drill Program at Freegold Mountai...
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