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March 12, 2014
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Updated San Diego Presentation March 2013

 
   
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Golden Tag Resources Ltd. is a Canadian based mineral resource exploration company searching for high-grade silver and gold deposits in Mexico and Canada. Please visit our history link or continue below for detailed information on our current projects:




San Diego Joint Venture Project:

Easily accessible and with nearby infrastructure in place, the property is only 20 minutes on a gravel road from a major 4 lane highway. A NI-43-101 Resource Estimate completed in January, 2009 resulted in an INDICATED RESOURCE of 4,250,000 ounces of silver equivalent and an INFERRED RESOURCE of 214,300,000 ounces silver equivalent. A Phase 5 drilling program was completed in October, 2011 and an updated NI-43-101 Resource Estimate is contemplated for completion in April, 2012. The project is a joint venture with Golden Tag and Golden Minerals Company, each owning a 50% interest.
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NI 43-101 Technical Report Updated

Mineral Resource Estimate
San Diego Project






Aquilon Gold Project, James Bay, Quebec:

The property covering 6,370 hectares or 63.7 square kilometers is located in James Bay, Quebec, which with the recent discovery of the Eleanore Gold Deposit now owned by Goldcorp and the Eastmain Mine, this area is now one of Canada’s most important areas for gold exploration. Some of the highest grade gold ever found on surface in Quebec was found on the Aquilon property.
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OTHER PROJECTS


McCuaig Joint Venture Project, Red Lake, Ontario:

The property is situated on the 24 Million Ounce Gold Trend, favourably located at the junction of two major structures. The neighbouring Cochenour Mine (1.2 million ounces) Campbell (10.2 million ounces) and the Goldcorp Mines are all located along trend to the southeast.
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Verneuil Joint Venture Project, Verneuil, Township, Quebec:

The property consisting of 44 claims is situated in Lebel-sur-Quevillion, Verneuil Township in the Abitibi area of Quebec. Exploration in 1991 to 1995 resulted in the discovery of several gold-bearing shear zones and a follow-up series of diamond drill holes resulted in significant gold intersections. The property laid dormant until a summer program consisting of line-cutting, an Induced Polarization (IP) survey and a small drill program on the Toussaint Gold Zone of the property was completed in September, 2011. A follow-up diamond drilling program was conducted in fall, 2011.
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