Riverside’s President and CEO, John-Mark Staude, stated: “We are excited to begin drilling and pleased with the strong IP indicators from the new work which builds upon the channel sampling and trenching we have already completed. Our team has enjoyed the collaboration and joint technical expertise working with Hochschild Mining as a mining partner, and we look forward to testing these initial discovery targets together.”
“This is an exciting time for Riverside and its shareholders, as we enter the final quarter of 2020 with exposure to new discoveries through several different partner-funded drill programs. We have more than $3M in the treasury and over $1M in common shares of Arizona Metals who is planning a phase 2 drill program in Q4 2020 at their Kay project. In addition, we expect to commence a drill program at our partner-funded Cecilia Project in the coming weeks and are progressing copper generative work with BHP,” Staude concluded.