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Map 1: Location of Macmillan Pass deposits and exploration targets.
Map 2: Boundary Zone 2021 drilling and location of cross section B-B’.
Cross Section 1: Boundary West geology and assay results.
Map 3: Tom East 2021 drilling.
Map 4: Outlines of completed 2021 ground gravity survey areas and results of previous 2018-2020 gravity surveys (first vertical derivative of the Total Bouguer Anomaly).
Table 2: 2021 drill hole results and observations.
Table 3: 2021 drill collar details
*UTM Zone 9 NAD83
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