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Goldshore Intersects 192.75m @ 1.02 g/t Au from 94.45m depth in MMD-22-051

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – September 29, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF) (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“), is pleased to announce assay results from its ongoing 100,000-meter drill program at the Moss Lake Project in Northwest Ontario, Canada (the “Moss Lake Gold Project“).

Highlights:

  • Results for five holes, drilled to infill historic but poorly surveyed drill sections in the Main Zone, have confirmed higher-grade gold mineralization within a large volume of well mineralized diorite with best intercepts of:
  • 192.75m @ 1.02 g/t Au from 94.45m depth in MMD-22-051, including
    • 62m @ 1.49 g/t Au from 113m and
    • 48.7m @ 1.29 g/t Au from 208.3m
  • 11.85m @ 1.87 g/t Au from 441.15m depth in MMD-22-041
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  • 28.0m @ 1.51 g/t Au from 580.0m depth in MMD-22-046, including
    • 11.0m @ 3.45 g/t Au from 587.0m
  • 9.75m @ 1.78 g/t Au from 282.55m depth in MMD-22-047
  • 34.25m @ 1.03 g/t Au from 209.0m depth in MMD-22-049, including
    • 3.8m @ 6.98 g/t Au from 239.45m

President and CEO Brett Richards stated: “As we have been discussing for some time, the continued results of intersecting wide zones of +1 g/t Au mineralization underpin our belief that the Moss Lake Deposit has potential to develop an initial high-grade phase 1 open pit within the larger low-grade open pit operation. It can be seen that the projected grade shell of +1.0 g/t Au is significant at this early stage, and we will look to further explore these high grade areas, as we continue with our program.”

Technical Overview

Figure 1 shows the better intercepts in plain view and Figure 2 is a typical section through hole MMD-22-041 and MMD-22-051.



Figure 1: Drill plan showing best of several +1 g/t Au intercepts relative to implicit modelled grade shells

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Figure 2: Drill section through MMD-22-041 and MMD-22-051 relative to implicit modelled grade shells

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Table 1 shows the significant intercepts. Table 2 shows the drill hole locations.

Table 1: Significant downhole gold intercepts

HOLE IDFROMTOLENGTH (m)TRUE WIDTH (m)CUT GRADE
(g/t Au)
UNCUT GRADE
(g/t Au)
MMD-22-04141.0045.004.002.00.380.38
 132.80137.004.202.10.750.75
 152.75158.605.853.00.390.39
 175.35187.0011.655.90.300.30
 189.90205.2515.357.80.360.36
 258.75262.153.401.70.480.48
 308.10332.0523.9512.30.670.67
including330.00332.052.051.11.891.89
 348.45383.0034.5518.00.430.43
including380.00382.002.001.02.502.50
 439.00480.0041.0021.30.790.79
including441.15453.0011.856.11.871.87
 493.00495.352.351.20.320.32
 519.00565.7546.7524.30.460.46
including525.00527.002.001.02.182.18
and543.50549.005.502.91.021.02
       
MMD-22-0468.0037.5029.5014.30.500.50
including29.4031.402.001.01.161.16
 65.00111.0046.0021.90.820.82
including66.0077.0011.005.31.411.41
and100.00111.0011.005.21.301.29
 144.00148.004.001.90.310.31
 154.00157.003.001.40.550.55
 172.00182.0010.004.61.291.29
including176.00182.006.002.81.961.96
 220.00239.0019.008.50.480.48
 253.00268.0015.006.70.350.35
 306.45346.0039.5517.30.710.71
including307.00312.255.252.32.482.48
and334.00336.102.100.92.932.93
and342.00344.202.201.01.271.27
 370.00386.9016.907.40.370.37
 411.00416.905.902.50.310.31
 421.90496.5574.6532.10.660.66
including424.00426.002.000.92.512.51
and468.10472.003.901.73.373.37
 512.45520.007.553.20.460.46
 575.00577.002.000.80.450.45
 580.00608.0028.0011.81.511.51
including587.00598.0011.004.63.453.45
       
MMD-22-04726.5059.7033.2022.60.360.36
including40.5043.903.402.31.081.08
 94.90107.0012.108.40.350.35
 136.40138.902.501.70.300.30
 141.90204.9063.0043.80.370.37
including172.20175.052.852.01.121.12
 239.90242.752.852.01.091.09
including240.65242.752.101.51.291.29
 282.55333.9051.3536.90.730.73
including282.55292.309.757.01.781.78
 363.90366.202.301.70.520.52
 371.80375.603.802.80.360.36
 398.90407.708.806.40.540.54
 580.00582.702.702.10.340.34
       
MMD-22-04920.0047.0027.0013.80.590.59
 68.2591.0022.7511.60.480.48
 140.00142.002.001.00.350.35
 166.00193.0027.0013.70.440.44
 209.00243.2534.2517.71.031.03
including217.95220.002.051.12.092.09
and239.45243.253.802.06.986.98
 254.35279.7025.3513.20.660.66
including254.80260.655.853.12.072.07
 290.75318.0027.2514.10.500.50
 353.00410.0057.0029.40.510.51
 434.00436.002.001.10.540.54
 468.50471.402.901.60.310.31
 518.00523.005.002.80.380.38
 572.00575.303.301.90.530.53
 640.70642.902.201.30.590.59
       
MMD-22-05144.8555.6010.757.90.350.35
 94.45287.20192.75149.11.021.02
including94.4597.002.551.91.081.08
and113.00175.0062.0048.01.491.49
and188.00191.803.802.91.591.59
and208.30257.0048.7037.71.291.29
Intersections calculated above at 0.3 g/t Au cut off with a top cut of 30 g/t Au and a maximum internal waste interval of 10 metres. Bordered intervals are intersections calculated above a 1.0 g/t Au cut off. Intervals in bold are those with a grade thickness factor exceeding 20 gram x metres / tonne gold. True widths are approximate and assume a subvertical body.


Table 2: Location of drill holes in this press release

HOLEEASTNORTHRLAZIMUTHDIPEOH
MMD-22-041668,7845,379,185436154°-61°606.0
MMD-22-046668,8655,379,218435156°-61°609.1
MMD-22-047669,1555,379,424429153°-47°602.05
MMD-22-049668,9535,379,245428155°-60°666.05
MMD-22-051668,7045,379,104434154°-45°293.0
Approximate collar coordinates in NAD 83, Zone 15N

Results have been received for five holes that have infilled areas of the Main Zone that are between sections drilled by historic holes with collar survey problems. As a result, they will replace the low-confidence historic holes in the upcoming resource model update.

As with the historic holes, these holes intersected several broad zones of low-grade mineralization within the altered diorite intrusion host. Examples include 41.0m @ 0.79 g/t Au from 439.0m depth and 46.75m @ 0.46 g/t Au from 519.0m in MMD-22-041; 88.0m @ 0.48 g/t Au from 388.0m in MMD-22-042; 46.0m @ 0.82 g/t Au from 65.0m39.55m @ 0.71 g/t Au from 306.45m and 74.65m @ 0.66 g/t Au from 421.9m in MMD-22-046; 63.0m @ 0.37 g/t Au from 141.9m and 51.35m @ 0.73 g/t Au from 282.55m in MMD-22-047; and 57.0m @ 0.51 g/t Au from 353.0m in MMD-22-049. The long intercept in MMD-22-051 of 192.75m @ 1.02 g/t Au from 94.45m is similar but higher grade.

All these low-grade zones occur as envelopes to higher-grade structures that form a three-dimensional, anastomosing shear network that has developed in response to strain on the altered diorite intrusion. Results include the broad zones of +1 g/t Au mineralization shown in the highlights (e.g., 192.75m @ 1.02 g/t Au from 94.45m depth in MMD-22-051) and several narrow high-grade intervals, including 1.0m @ 9.14 g/t Au from 449.0m depth in MMD-22-041; 1.0m @ 12.7 g/t Au from 441.0m, 0.9m @ 9.99 g/t Au from 468.1m and 1.0m @ 16.6 g/t Au from 587.0m in MMD-22-046; 0.85m @ 5.93 g/t Au from 290.7m in MMD-22-047; 0.45m @ 8.22 g/t Au from 30.55m, 0.75m @ 12.0 g/t Au from 421.25m, 0.55m @ 9.93 g/t Au from 306.95m and 0.65m @ 15.1 g/t Au from 365.35m in MMD-22-049; and 1.0m @ 14.0 g/t Au from 159.0m and 1.0m @ 10.6 g/t Au from 256.0m in MMD-22-051.

Geological modelling of the altered diorite host rock and anastomosing shear network has progressed faster than anticipated and is nearly complete. The new model will enable the interpolation of low and high-grade gold populations within constraining wireframes, which we expect will provide a more accurate estimation of the gold distribution and, therefore, the contained gold resource.

Pete Flindell, VP Exploration for Goldshore, said, “These drill results confirm our contention that there are coherent zones of +1 g/t Au gold mineralization with a “sea” of low grade mineralization that should allow for the generation of a smaller, higher-grade resource at the Moss Lake Project. Drilling around these higher grade zones continues.”

Analytical and QA/QC Procedures

All samples were sent to ALS Geochemistry in Thunder Bay for preparation and analysis was performed in the ALS Vancouver analytical facility. ALS is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) for the Accreditation of Mineral Analysis Testing Laboratories and CAN-P-4E ISO/IEC 17025. Samples were analyzed for gold via fire assay with an AA finish (“Au-AA23”) and 48 pathfinder elements via ICP-MS after four-acid digestion (“ME-MS61”). Samples that assayed over 10 ppm Au were re-run via fire assay with a gravimetric finish (“Au-GRA21”).

In addition to ALS quality assurance / quality control (“QA/QC”) protocols, Goldshore has implemented a quality control program for all samples collected through the drilling program. The quality control program was designed by a qualified and independent third party, with a focus on the quality of analytical results for gold. Analytical results are received, imported to our secure on-line database and evaluated to meet our established guidelines to ensure that all sample batches pass industry best practice for analytical quality control. Certified reference materials are considered acceptable if values returned are within three standard deviations of the certified value reported by the manufacture of the material. In addition to the certified reference material, certified blank material is included in the sample stream to monitor contamination during sample preparation. Blank material results are assessed based on the returned gold result being less than ten times the quoted lower detection limit of the analytical method. The results of the on-going analytical quality control program are evaluated and reported to Goldshore by Orix Geoscience Inc.

About Goldshore

Goldshore is an emerging junior gold development company, and owns the Moss Lake Gold Project located in Ontario. Wesdome is currently a large shareholder of Goldshore with an approximate 27% equity position in the Company. Well-financed and supported by an industry-leading management group, board of directors and advisory board, Goldshore is positioned to advance the Moss Lake Gold Project through the next stages of exploration and development.

About the Moss Lake Gold Project

The Moss Lake Gold Project is located approximately 100 km west of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is accessed via Highway 11 which passes within 1 km of the property boundary to the north. The Moss Lake Gold Project covers 14,292 hectares and consists of 282 unpatented and patented mining claims.

The Moss Lake Gold Project hosts a number of gold and base metal rich deposits including the Moss Lake Deposit, the East Coldstream Deposit (Table 3), the historically producing North Coldstream Mine (Table 4), and the Hamlin Zone, all of which occur over a mineralized trend exceeding 20 km in length. A historical preliminary economic assessment (the “Moss Lake Historical Estimate“) was completed on the Moss Lake Gold Project in 2013 and published by Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. (“Moss Lake Gold Mines“)1,3. A historical mineral resource estimate (the “East Coldstream Historical Estimate“) was completed on the East Coldstream Deposit in 2011 by Foundation Resources Inc.2,3 In addition to these zones, the Moss Lake Gold Project also hosts a number of under-explored mineral occurrences which are reported to exist both at surface and in historically drilled holes. The Moss Lake Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 2.5 km length and to depths of 300 m with 376 holes completed between 1983 and 2017. The last drilling program conducted in 2016 and 2017 by Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. (“Wesdome“), which consisted of widely spaced holes along the strike extension of the deposit was successful in expanding the mineralized footprint and hydrothermal system 1.6 km to the northeast. Additionally, the deposit remains largely open to depth. In 2017, Wesdome completed an induced polarization survey which traced the potential extensions of pyrite mineralization associated with the Moss Lake Deposit over a total strike length of 8 km and spanning the entire extent of the survey grids.

The East Coldstream Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which locally outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 1.3 km length and to depths of 200 m with 138 holes completed between 1988 and 2017. The deposit remains largely open at depth and may have the potential for expansion along strike. Historic drill hole highlights from the East Coldstream Deposit include 4.86 g/t Au over 27.3 m in C-10-15.

The historically producing North Coldstream Mine is reported to have produced significant amounts of copper, gold and silver4 from mineralization with potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. The exploration potential immediately surrounding the historic mining area is not currently well understood and historic data compilation is required.

The Hamlin Zone is a significant occurrence of copper and gold mineralization, and also of potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. Between 2008 and 2011, Glencore tested Hamlin with 24 drill holes which successfully outlined a broad and intermittently mineralized zone over a strike length of 900 m. Historic drill hole highlights from the Hamlin Zone include 0.9 g/t Au and 0.35% Cu over 150.7 m in HAM-11-75.

The Moss Lake, East Coldstream and North Coldstream deposits sit on a mineral trend marked by a regionally significant deformation zone locally referred to as the Wawiag Fault Zone in the area of the Moss Lake Deposit. This deformation zone occurs over a length of approximately 20 km on the Moss Lake Gold Project and there is an area spanning approximately 7 km between the Moss Lake and East Coldstream deposits that is significantly underexplored.

Table 3: Historical Mineral Resources1,2,3

INDICATEDINFERRED
DepositTonnesAu g/tAu ozTonnesAu g/tAu oz
Moss Lake Historical Estimate
Open Pit Potential39,795,0001.11,377,30048,904,0001.01,616,300
Underground Potential1,461,1002.9135,400
Moss Lake Total39,795,0001.11,377,30050,364,0001.11,751,600
East Coldstream Historical Estimate
East Coldstream Total3,516,7000.8596,40030,533,0000.78763,276
Combined Total43,311,7001.081,473,70080,897,0000.982,514,876

Notes:

(1) Source: Poirier, S., Patrick, G.A., Richard, P.L., and Palich, J. “Technical Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Moss Lake Project”, prepared for Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. The qualified persons for the Moss Lake Historical Estimate are Pierre-Luc Richard, MSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and Carl Pelletier, BSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and the effective date of the Moss Lake Historical Estimate is February 8, 2013. In-Pit results are presented undiluted and in situ, within Whittle-optimized pit shells. Underground results are presented undiluted and in situ, outside Whittle-optimized pit shells. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate includes 18 gold-bearing zones and 1 envelope containing isolated gold intercepts. Whittle parameters: mining cost = C$2.28; pit slope angle = 50.0 degrees; production cost = C$9.55; mining Dilution = 5%; mining recovery = 95%; processing recovery = 80% to 85%; gold price = C$1,500. In-Pit and Underground resources were compiled at cut-off grades from 0.3 to 5.0 g/t Au (for sensitivity characterization). A cut-off grade of 0.5 g/t Au was selected as the official in-pit cut-off grade and a cut-off grade of 2.0 g/t Au was selected as the official underground cut-off grade. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate is based on 352 diamond drill holes (90,978 m) drilled from 1983 and 2008. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. A minimum true thickness of 5.0 m was applied, using the grade of the adjacent material when assayed or a value of zero when not assayed. Capping was established at 35 g/t Au, supported by statistical analysis and the high grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Gems version 6.4. Based on geostatistics, the ellipse range for interpolation was 75m x 67.5m x 40m. The Indicated category is defined by combining the blocks within the two main zones and various statistical criteria, such as average distance to composites, distance to closest composite, quantity of drill holes within the search area. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.

(2) Source: McCracken, T. “Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Osmani Gold Deposit, Coldstream Property, Northwestern Ontario”, prepared for Foundation Resources Inc. and Alto Ventures Ltd. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on a 0.4 g/t Au cut-off grade. The qualified persons for the East Coldstream Historical Estimate are Todd McCracken, P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and Jeff Wilson, Ph.D., P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and the effective date of the East Coldstream Historical Estimate is December 12, 2011. Resources are presented unconstrained, undiluted and in situ. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate includes 2 gold-bearing zones. A cut-off grade of 0.4 g/t Au was selected as the official resource cut-off grade. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on 116 diamond drill holes drilled from 1986 to 2011. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. Capping was established at 5.89 g/t Au and 5.70 g/t Au for domains EC-1 and EC-2, respectively. This is supported by statistical analysis and the high grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Datamine Studio 3 version 3.20.5321.0. Resource categorization is based on spatial continuity based from the variography of the assays within the drillholes. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.

(3) The reader is cautioned that the Moss Lake Historical Estimate East and the East Coldstream Historical Estimate (the “Historical Estimates“) are considered historical in nature and as such is based on prior data and reports prepared by previous property owners. The reader is cautioned not to treat them, or any part of them, as current mineral resources or reserves. The Company has determined these historical resources are reliable, and relevant to be included here in that they demonstrate simply the mineral potential of the Moss Lake Gold Project. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the Historical Estimates as current resources and Goldshore is not treating the Historical Estimates as current resources. Significant data compilation, re-drilling, re-sampling and data verification may be required by a qualified person before the Historical Estimates can be classified as a current resource. There can be no assurance that any of the historical mineral resources, in whole or in part, will ever become economically viable. In addition, mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Even if classified as a current resource, there is no certainty as to whether further exploration will result in any inferred mineral resources being upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource category. The Historical Estimates relating to inferred mineral resources were calculated using prior mining industry standard definitions and practices for estimating mineral resource and mineral reserves. Such prior definitions and practices were utilized prior to the implementation of the current standards of the Canadian Institute of Mining for mineral resource estimation, and have a lower level of confidence.

Table 4: Reported Historical Production from the North Coldstream Deposit4

DepositTonnesCu %Au g/tAgCu lbsAu ozAg oz
Historical Production2,700,00001.890.565.59102,000,00044,000440,000


Note:

(4) Source: Schlanka, R., 1969. Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Deposits of Ontario, Mineral Resources Circular No. 12, Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 314-316.

Peter Flindell, P.Geo., MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President – Exploration of the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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

For More Information – Please Contact:

Brett A. Richards
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Goldshore Resources Inc.

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Goldshore Announces Strong Initial Drilling Results from the East Coldstream Deposit 13 Kilometers Northeast of Moss Lake

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – September 12, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF)  (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“), is pleased to announce assay results from eight holes drilled to test gold mineralization at the East Coldstream deposit at the Moss Lake Project in Northwest Ontario, Canada (the “Moss Lake Gold Project“).

Highlights:

  • Results for eight holes, drilled to better define the gold mineralization of the East Coldstream deposit, have confirmed three broad lenses of gold mineralization within the two main shear zones with best intercepts of:
  • 23m @ 1.34 g/t Au from 244m depth in CED-22-004, including
    • 7.35m @ 3.77 g/t Au from 254.2m
  • 17.3m @ 1.55 g/t Au from 487m depth in CED-22-005

  • 20m @ 1.15 g/t Au from 402m depth in CED-22-006
  • 26m @ 1.66 g/t Au from 451m, including
    • 7.9m @ 4.20 g/t Au from 465m
  • 25.7m @ 2.07 g/t Au from 488m
  • 37.05m @ 1.54 g/t Au from 209.3m depth in CED-22-007
  • 27.9m @ 1.14 g/t Au from 387m depth in CED-22-008, including
    • 13m @ 2.14 g/t Au from 401m
  • The better intercepts are all centered around five high-grade gold zones of mineralized breccia, including:
  • 1.05m @ 15.8 g/t Au from 257.95m depth in CED-22-004
  • 0.9m @ 14.3 g/t Au from 472m depth in CED-22-006, and
  • 0.65m @ 13.5 g/t Au from 502m
  • 0.85m @ 10.6 g/t Au from 244.35m depth in CED-22-007, and
  • 0.4m @ 12.6 g/t Au from 418m
  • These results show that the three gold mineralized lenses have a clear steep plunge and highlight significant upside potential at depth within structurally controlled shoots.

President and CEO Brett Richards stated: “These first results are extremely encouraging and significant to the overarching strategy of developing a secondary resource to Moss Lake. This will provide optionality that can only help improve the new PEA study next yearThe results also point to a second significant project within our land package, which highlights the potential for further discoveries.”

Technical Overview

Figure 1 shows the location of the East Coldstream deposit relative to the Moss Lake deposit and the Archean Shebandowan Greenstone Belt. Table 1 and Figure 3 show the significant intercepts. Table 2 and Figure 2 show the drill hole locations. Figures 4 and 5 show a cross section through CED-22-006 and long section along the southern zone, respectively.



Figure 1: Location map showing East Coldstream relative to Moss Lake

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Figure 2: Drill plan showing drill holes (long section is Figure 5)

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Figure 3: Drill plan showing best of several +1 g/t Au intercepts

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Figure 4: Drill section through CED-22-006 and the Main Lens

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Figure 5: Long section through the Main and Sanders Lenses

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Table 1: Significant downhole gold intercepts

HOLE IDFROMTOLENGTH
(m)
TRUE
WIDTH (m)
CUT
GRADE

(g/t Au)
UNCUT
GRADE

(g/t Au)
CED-22-001322.00324.452.451.80.800.80
420.00428.508.506.60.510.51
 
CED-22-002No significant assays
  
CED-22-003168.85171.903.052.20.610.61
252.30258.806.504.80.760.76
including253.95256.902.952.21.071.07
269.55288.7019.1514.40.610.61
including283.30288.705.404.11.311.31
  
CED-22-0045.007.002.001.00.760.76
149.00157.008.004.40.450.45
168.00216.0048.0027.50.390.39
including168.95173.004.052.31.291.29
244.00267.0023.0013.61.341.34
including254.20261.557.354.33.773.77
0.0
CED-22-005487.00504.3017.3011.01.551.55
including489.00504.3015.309.71.691.69
571.55575.003.452.20.550.55
  
CED-22-006311.00322.4011.406.40.330.33
334.90346.0011.106.30.410.41
394.00440.0046.0026.80.630.63
including402.00422.0020.0011.61.151.15
451.00477.0026.0015.51.661.66
including457.00460.003.001.81.511.51
and465.00472.907.904.74.204.20
488.00513.7025.7016.32.072.07
including488.00513.0025.0015.92.102.10
  
CED-22-007209.30246.3537.0521.61.541.54
including213.30246.3533.0519.31.671.67
289.00291.002.001.20.430.43
319.00321.152.151.30.710.71
367.10376.008.905.50.600.60
387.75390.602.851.80.630.63
438.00440.002.001.30.640.64
446.00460.5014.509.20.580.58
  
CED-22-00891.9594.002.051.40.870.87
300.80312.0011.208.90.540.54
387.00414.9027.9022.81.141.14
including401.00414.0013.0010.62.142.14
Intersections calculated above a 0.3 g/t Au cut off with a top cut of 30 g/t Au and a maximum internal waste interval of 10 metres. Bordered intervals are intersections calculated above a 1.0 g/t Au cut off. Intervals in bold are those with a grade thickness factor exceeding 20 gram x metres / tonne gold. True widths are approximate and assume a subvertical body.

Table 2: Location of drill holes in this press release

HOLEEASTNORTHRLAZIMUTHDIPEOH
CED-22-001681,1365,386,570479337°-50°483.0m
CED-22-002681,4205,386,640479335°-50°494.85m
CED-22-003680,5075,386,473481336°-50°360.0m
CED-22-004680,0085,386,430477155°-60°302.8m
CED-22-005680,5595,386,340486342°-60°810.1m
CED-22-006680,0105,386,586475140°60°600.0m
CED-22-007680,0855,386,604473138°-59°657.05m
CED-22-008680,5595,386,340483340°-50°603.0m
Approximate collar coordinates in NAD 83, Zone 15N

Results have been received for eight of the initial 17 holes in the first pass drilling program at East Coldstream. These drillholes tested the existing mineralized lenses, as well as possible eastern and down-dip extensions.

Our work on the mineralization paragenesis and its structural controls has shown that gold mineralization is related to pervasive silica-hematite alteration and sulfide veining associated with an extensional brecciation event following extensive shearing. At the deposit scale, this formed three lenticular bodies within two main shear zones (Figure 1). Based on structural measurements from oriented core, each body has a steeply west-dipping plunge and a gently east-pitching stretching lineation that creates an internal fabric to mineralization (Figure 4). This structural control creates the potential for additional high-grade mineralization to occur below the shallowly drilled portions of the shears zones such as encountered in CED-22-007.

CED-22-001 and -002 tested a similar geophysical feature to the east of the East Coldstream deposit. CED-22-001 was drilled closest to East Coldstream and encountered narrow zones of mineralization, while CED-22-002 was drilled 300 meters further east and did not encounter significant results. This sterilizes the immediate extension, but given the lenticular geometry of mineralization, leaves open the prospectively of the structure further to the east.

CED-22-003 and -004 drilled the North and Main Lenses, respectively. Both holes intersected broad low-grade mineralized zones, including 19.15m @ 0.61 g/t Au from 269.55m in CED-22-003; and 48m @ 0.39 g/t Au from 168m and 23m @ 1.34 g/t Au in CED-22-004.

Holes CED-22-005 to -008 tested down plunge extensions of the known mineralization. All holes intersected variable widths of higher grade mineralization, including 17.3m @ 1.55 g/t Au from 487m in CED-22-005; 20.0m @ 1.15 g/t Au from 402m, 26.0m @ 1.66 g/t Au from 451m, and 25.7m @ 2.07 g/t Au from 488m in CED-22-006; 37.05m @ 1.54 g/t Au from 209.3m in CED-22-007; and 27.9m @ 1.14 g/t Au from 387m in CED-22-008.

Pete Flindell, VP Exploration for Goldshore, said “Our analysis of drill results at East Coldstream confirms the two parallel shear zones that were modelled in the past. The recognition of a greater structural control within these shears has led to the modelling of three steeply dipping lenticular shoots that remain open at depth. A gently dipping internal fabric suggests that mineralization is focused within discrete structures that may allow us to model a higher-grade resource than exists in the historic estimate.”

Analytical and QA/QC Procedures

All samples were sent to ALS Geochemistry in Thunder Bay for preparation and analysis was performed in the ALS Vancouver analytical facility. ALS is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) for the Accreditation of Mineral Analysis Testing Laboratories and CAN-P-4E ISO/IEC 17025. Samples were analyzed for gold via fire assay with an AA finish (“Au-AA23”) and 48 pathfinder elements via ICP-MS after four-acid digestion (“ME-MS61”). Samples that assayed over 10 ppm Au were re-run via fire assay with a gravimetric finish (“Au-GRA21”).

In addition to ALS quality assurance / quality control (“QA/QC”) protocols, Goldshore has implemented a quality control program for all samples collected through the drilling program. The quality control program was designed by a qualified and independent third party, with a focus on the quality of analytical results for gold. Analytical results are received, imported to our secure on-line database and evaluated to meet our established guidelines to ensure that all sample batches pass industry best practice for analytical quality control. Certified reference materials are considered acceptable if values returned are within three standard deviations of the certified value reported by the manufacture of the material. In addition to the certified reference material, certified blank material is included in the sample stream to monitor contamination during sample preparation. Blank material results are assessed based on the returned gold result being less than ten times the quoted lower detection limit of the analytical method. The results of the on-going analytical quality control program are evaluated and reported to Goldshore by Orix Geoscience Inc.

About Goldshore

Goldshore is an emerging junior gold development company, and owns the Moss Lake Gold Project located in Ontario. Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. (“Wesdome“), is currently a large shareholder of Goldshore with an approximate 27% equity position in the Company. Well-financed and supported by an industry-leading management group, board of directors and advisory board, Goldshore is positioned to advance the Moss Lake Gold Project through the next stages of exploration and development.

About the Moss Lake Gold Project

The Moss Lake Gold Project is located approximately 100 km west of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is accessed via Highway 11 which passes within 1 km of the property boundary to the north. The Moss Lake Gold Project covers 14,292 hectares and consists of 282 unpatented and patented mining claims.

The Moss Lake Gold Project hosts a number of gold and base metal rich deposits including the Moss Lake Deposit, the East Coldstream Deposit (Table 3), the historically producing North Coldstream Mine (Table 4), and the Hamlin Zone, all of which occur over a mineralized trend exceeding 20 km in length. A historical preliminary economic assessment (the “Moss Lake Historical Estimate“) was completed on the Moss Lake Gold Project in 2013 and published by Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. (“Moss Lake Gold Mines“)1,3. A historical mineral resource estimate (the “East Coldstream Historical Estimate“) was completed on the East Coldstream Deposit in 2011 by Foundation Resources Inc.2,3 In addition to these zones, the Moss Lake Gold Project also hosts a number of under-explored mineral occurrences which are reported to exist both at surface and in historically drilled holes. The Moss Lake Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 2.5 km length and to depths of 300 m with 376 holes completed between 1983 and 2017. The last drilling program conducted in 2016 and 2017 by Wesdome, which consisted of widely spaced holes along the strike extension of the deposit was successful in expanding the mineralized footprint and hydrothermal system 1.6 km to the northeast. Additionally, the deposit remains largely open to depth. In 2017, Wesdome completed an induced polarization survey which traced the potential extensions of pyrite mineralization associated with the Moss Lake Deposit over a total strike length of 8 km and spanning the entire extent of the survey grids.

The East Coldstream Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which locally outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 1.3 km length and to depths of 200 m with 138 holes completed between 1988 and 2017. The deposit remains largely open at depth and may have the potential for expansion along strike. Historic drill hole highlights from the East Coldstream Deposit include 4.86 g/t Au over 27.3 m in C-10-15.

The historically producing North Coldstream Mine is reported to have produced significant amounts of copper, gold and silver4 from mineralization with potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. The exploration potential immediately surrounding the historic mining area is not currently well understood and historic data compilation is required.

The Hamlin Zone is a significant occurrence of copper and gold mineralization, and also of potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. Between 2008 and 2011, Glencore tested Hamlin with 24 drill holes which successfully outlined a broad and intermittently mineralized zone over a strike length of 900 m. Historic drill hole highlights from the Hamlin Zone include 0.9 g/t Au and 0.35% Cu over 150.7 m in HAM-11-75.

The Moss Lake, East Coldstream and North Coldstream deposits sit on a mineral trend marked by a regionally significant deformation zone locally referred to as the Wawiag Fault Zone in the area of the Moss Lake Deposit. This deformation zone occurs over a length of approximately 20 km on the Moss Lake Gold Project and there is an area spanning approximately 7 km between the Moss Lake and East Coldstream deposits that is significantly underexplored.

Table 3: Historical Mineral Resources1,2,3

INDICATEDINFERRED
DepositTonnesAu g/tAu ozTonnesAu g/tAu oz
Moss Lake Historical Estimate
Open Pit Potential39,795,0001.11,377,30048,904,0001.01,616,300
Underground Potential1,461,1002.9135,400
Moss Lake Total39,795,0001.11,377,30050,364,0001.11,751,600
East Coldstream Historical Estimate
East Coldstream Total3,516,7000.8596,40030,533,0000.78763,276
Combined Total43,311,7001.081,473,70080,897,0000.982,514,876

Notes:

  1. Source: Poirier, S., Patrick, G.A., Richard, P.L., and Palich, J. “Technical Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Moss Lake Project”, prepared for Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. The qualified persons for the Moss Lake Historical Estimate are Pierre-Luc Richard, MSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and Carl Pelletier, BSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and the effective date of the Moss Lake Historical Estimate is February 8, 2013. In-Pit results are presented undiluted and in situ, within Whittle-optimized pit shells. Underground results are presented undiluted and in situ, outside Whittle-optimized pit shells. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate includes 18 gold-bearing zones and 1 envelope containing isolated gold intercepts. Whittle parameters: mining cost = C$2.28; pit slope angle = 50.0 degrees; production cost = C$9.55; mining Dilution = 5%; mining recovery = 95%; processing recovery = 80% to 85%; gold price = C$1,500. In-Pit and Underground resources were compiled at cut-off grades from 0.3 to 5.0 g/t Au (for sensitivity characterization). A cut-off grade of 0.5 g/t Au was selected as the official in-pit cut-off grade and a cut-off grade of 2.0 g/t Au was selected as the official underground cut-off grade. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate is based on 352 diamond drill holes (90,978 m) drilled from 1983 and 2008. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. A minimum true thickness of 5.0 m was applied, using the grade of the adjacent material when assayed or a value of zero when not assayed. Capping was established at 35 g/t Au, supported by statistical analysis and the high grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Gems version 6.4. Based on geostatistics, the ellipse range for interpolation was 75m x 67.5m x 40m. The Indicated category is defined by combining the blocks within the two main zones and various statistical criteria, such as average distance to composites, distance to closest composite, quantity of drill holes within the search area. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.
  2. Source: McCracken, T. “Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Osmani Gold Deposit, Coldstream Property, Northwestern Ontario”, prepared for Foundation Resources Inc. and Alto Ventures Ltd. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on a 0.4 g/t Au cut-off grade. The qualified persons for the East Coldstream Historical Estimate are Todd McCracken, P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and Jeff Wilson, Ph.D., P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and the effective date of the East Coldstream Historical Estimate is December 12, 2011. Resources are presented unconstrained, undiluted and in situ. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate includes 2 gold-bearing zones. A cut-off grade of 0.4 g/t Au was selected as the official resource cut-off grade. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on 116 diamond drill holes drilled from 1986 to 2011. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. Capping was established at 5.89 g/t Au and 5.70 g/t Au for domains EC-1 and EC-2, respectively. This is supported by statistical analysis and the high-grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Datamine Studio 3 version 3.20.5321.0. Recource categorization is based on spatial continuity based from the variography of the assays within the drillholes. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.
  3. The reader is cautioned that the Moss Lake Historical Estimate East and the East Coldstream Historical Estimate (the “Historical Estimates“) are considered historical in nature and as such is based on prior data and reports prepared by previous property owners. The reader is cautioned not to treat them, or any part of them, as current mineral resources or reserves. The Company has determined these historical resources are reliable, and relevant to be included here in that they demonstrate simply the mineral potential of the Moss Lake Gold Project. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the Historical Estimates as current resources and Goldshore is not treating the Historical Estimates as current resources. Significant data compilation, re-drilling, re-sampling and data verification may be required by a qualified person before the Historical Estimates can be classified as a current resource. There can be no assurance that any of the historical mineral resources, in whole or in part, will ever become economically viable. In addition, mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Even if classified as a current resource, there is no certainty as to whether further exploration will result in any inferred mineral resources being upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource category. The Historical Estimates relating to inferred mineral resources were calculated using prior mining industry standard definitions and practices for estimating mineral resource and mineral reserves. Such prior definitions and practices were utilized prior to the implementation of the current standards of the Canadian Institute of Mining for mineral resource estimation, and have a lower level of confidence.

Table 4: Reported Historical Production from the North Coldstream Deposit4

DepositTonnesCu %Au g/tAgCu lbsAu ozAg oz
Historical Production2,700,00001.890.565.59102,000,00044,000440,000

Note:

  1. Source: Schlanka, R., 1969. Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Deposits of Ontario, Mineral Resources Circular No. 12, Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 314-316.

Peter Flindell, P.Geo., MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President – Exploration of the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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

For More Information – Please Contact:

Brett A. Richards
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Goldshore Resources Inc.

P. +1 604 288 4416 M. +1 905 449 1500
E. brichards@goldshoreresources.com
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Goldshore Intersects 29.05m @ 2.99 g/t Au in 100m Down-dip Step-out

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – September 8, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF) (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“), is pleased to announce assay results from its ongoing 100,000-meter drill program at the Moss Lake Project in Northwest Ontario, Canada (the “Moss Lake Gold Project“).

Highlights:

  • Results for eight holes, drilled to infill historic but poorly surveyed drill sections in the Main Zone, have confirmed high-grade gold mineralization within a large volume of well mineralized diorite with best intercepts of:
    • 29.05m @ 2.99 g/t Au from 478.6m depth in MMD-22-045, including
      • 13.5m @ 6.08 g/t Au from 481.25m
    • 16.4m @ 1.87 g/t Au from 415.6m depth in MMD-22-033, including
      • 6.65m @ 4.09 g/t Au from 416.15m
    • 5.85m @ 3.47 g/t Au from 110m depthin MMD-22-034
    • 17.0m @ 1.44 g/t Au from 58m depth in MMD-22-039, including
      • 14.45m @ 1.63 g/t Au from 58.55m
    • 18.0m @ 1.43 g/t Au from 354m depth, including
      • 6.7m @ 3.37 g/t Au from 365.3m
    • 22.65m @ 1.59 g/t Au from 344.15m depth in MMD-22-040
  • The better intercepts are all centered around twelve very high-grade gold zones that represent the axis of the shear network, including:
    • 1.0m @ 22.0 g/t Au from 418m in MMD-22-033,
    • 1.0m @ 17.7 g/t Au from 349m in MMD-22-040, and
    • 0.75m @ 88.6 g/t Au from 481.25m in MMD-22-045

President and CEO Brett Richards stated: “We continue to intersect wide zones of +1 g/t Au mineralization that underpin our belief that the Moss Lake Deposit has potential to develop an initial high-grade phase 1 open pit within the larger low-grade open pit operation. It can be seen that the projected grade shell of +1.0 g/t Au is significant at this early stage, and we will look to expand upon these exploration results, as we continue with our program.”

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The Goldshore team has obtained sufficient quality drill information, along with oriented core data, to generate working models of the grade distribution using implicit modelling algorithms. These show coherent high grade structural zones that reflect the three dimensional anastomosing shear network, which are projected to surface in the following figures.

Table 1 shows the significant intercepts. Table 2 and Figure 1 show the drill hole locations. Figure 2 shows the better intercepts and Figure 3 is a typical section through holes MMD-22-040 and -045.



Figure 1: Drill plan showing drill holes relative to implicit modelled grade shells

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Figure 2: Drill plan showing best of several +1 g/t Au intercepts relative to implicit modelled grade shells

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Figure 3: Drill section through MMD-22-040 and -045 relative to implicit modelled grade shells

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Table 1: Significant downhole gold intercepts

HOLE IDFROMTOLENGTH
(m)
TRUE WIDTH
(m)
CUT GRADE
(g/t Au)
UNCUT GRADE
(g/t Au)
MMD-22-03332.0036.004.002.03.083.08
69.0072.403.401.70.540.54
99.10115.6016.508.30.630.63
including100.00105.005.002.51.641.64
257.25265.358.104.20.580.58
372.65379.006.353.31.161.16
including372.65375.002.351.22.072.07
415.60432.0016.408.61.871.87
including416.15422.806.653.54.094.09
453.00461.458.454.50.660.66
518.70521.002.301.20.690.69
541.00543.002.001.10.320.32
581.00603.9022.9012.30.650.65
including588.00591.003.001.62.132.13
and598.00602.004.002.11.051.05
MMD-22-03413.0017.004.002.30.330.33
41.1556.7515.609.00.400.40
69.3072.703.402.00.440.44
110.00115.855.853.43.473.47
including111.90115.853.952.34.874.87
131.65134.903.251.90.560.56
148.50155.006.503.82.422.42
including148.80155.006.203.62.512.51
173.00193.1520.1511.60.550.55
210.65213.252.601.50.570.57
MMD-22-037386.10388.102.001.10.490.49
422.00428.956.953.70.610.61
566.60570.403.802.10.550.55
627.70632.504.802.60.330.33
MMD-22-03882.0084.002.001.00.450.45
129.00134.005.002.60.340.34
204.00206.002.001.00.380.38
211.00216.005.002.60.320.32
315.00317.002.001.10.530.53
329.00434.00105.0058.30.430.43
including331.80339.007.204.02.452.45
and372.00374.252.251.21.011.01
and420.80425.604.802.71.301.30
460.55465.555.002.80.570.57
501.45526.0024.5514.20.650.65
including507.50519.0511.556.71.051.05
546.40552.706.303.70.490.49
MMD-22-03915.0018.003.001.41.201.20
28.6038.509.904.80.420.42
58.0075.0017.008.11.441.44
including58.5573.0014.456.91.631.63
106.50110.003.501.70.420.42
279.00281.002.001.00.500.50
285.00295.3510.355.00.330.33
311.80314.002.201.10.320.32
354.00372.0018.008.81.431.43
including365.30372.006.703.33.373.37
412.50439.4026.9013.60.330.33
468.00472.004.002.11.151.15
508.00510.002.001.00.330.33
512.00514.002.001.10.350.35
557.00570.5513.557.20.610.61
including557.00562.005.002.61.331.33
MMD-22-04075.5591.6516.105.70.400.40
166.90169.452.550.90.460.46
263.00269.006.002.20.450.45
319.45377.5058.0521.80.860.86
including344.15366.8022.658.51.591.59
403.00420.5017.506.70.340.34
457.50467.7510.254.00.510.51
539.00602.0063.0024.70.420.42
MMD-22-04413.3524.5011.157.91.391.39
including13.3524.5011.157.91.391.39
130.20151.0020.8014.90.970.97
including138.80142.303.502.54.374.37
250.20253.353.152.30.380.38
256.30349.3593.0568.20.490.49
including260.80268.457.655.62.262.26
and293.80296.252.451.82.002.00
and330.90334.253.352.51.751.75
370.70372.902.201.60.300.30
MMD-22-04516.0028.0012.006.90.540.54
62.5066.003.502.00.410.41
109.60111.802.201.30.920.92
189.70192.002.301.41.031.03
204.40232.0027.6016.60.320.32
243.00310.5067.5041.10.440.44
including256.70258.702.001.22.042.04
and292.10299.257.154.31.271.27
326.85337.2010.356.40.640.64
including334.30337.202.901.81.061.06
365.25367.752.501.60.710.71
387.65423.0035.3522.20.480.48
including405.30412.006.704.21.251.25
433.65441.507.854.90.310.31
478.60507.6529.0518.21.482.99
including481.25494.7513.508.52.836.08
562.00567.355.353.40.400.40
583.50594.0010.506.60.570.57
656.00697.0041.0026.20.700.70
including660.00669.259.255.91.881.88
Intersections calculated above a 0.3 g/t Au cut off with a top cut of 30 g/t Au and a maximum internal waste interval of 10 metres. Bordered intervals are intersections calculated above a 1.0 g/t Au cut off. Intervals in bold are those with a grade thickness factor exceeding 20 gram x metres / tonne gold. True widths are approximate and assume a subvertical body.

Table 2: Location of drill holes in this press release

HOLEEASTNORTHRLAZIMUTHDIPEOH
MMD-22-033669,3485,379,506427152°-62°675.25m
MMD-22-034668,8685,379,279441155°-56°236.9m
MMD-22-037668,5875,379,078430154°-59°654m
MMD-22-038669,1605,379,417428154°-59°602m
MMD-22-039669,2565,379,456429155°-60°605m
MMD-22-040668,7905,379,260438153°-70°609m
MMD-22-043668,7915,379,259438155°-55°22m
MMD-22-045668,8155,379,285435165°-54°717m
Approximate collar coordinates in NAD 83, Zone 15N

Results have been received for eight holes that have infilled areas of the Main Zone that are between sections drilled by historic holes with collar survey problems. As a result, they will replace the low-confidence historic holes in the upcoming resource model update.

MMD-22-043 was terminated early as it hit the old underground exploration decline. MMD-22-045 was drilled at slightly different azimuth to intersect the volume targeted by hole -043.

As with the historic holes, these holes intersected several broad zones of low-grade mineralization within the altered diorite intrusion host. Examples include 105m @ 0.43 g/t Au from 329m depth and 63.0m @ 0.42 g/t Au from 539m depth in MMD-22-038; 58.05m @ 0.86 g/t Au from 319.45m depth in MMD-22-040; 20.8m @ 0.97 g/t Au from 130.2m depth and 93.05m @ 0.49 g/t Au from 256.3m depth in MMD-22-044; and 67.5m @ 0.44 g/t Au from 243m depth and 41.0m @ 0.70 g/t Au from 656m depth in MMD-22-045.

All these low-grade zones occur as envelopes to higher-grade structures that form a three-dimensional, anastomosing shear network that has developed in response to strain on the altered diorite intrusion. Results include the broad zones of +1 g/t Au mineralization shown in the highlights (e.g., 29.05m @ 2.99 g/t Au from 478.6m depth in MMD-22-045) and several narrow high-grade intervals, including 0.5m @ 18.5 g/t Au from 34m and 1.0m @ 22.0 g/t Au from 418m in MMD-22-033; 0.6m @ 21.0 g/t Au from 113.4m in MMD-22-034; 0.9m @ 10.6 g/t Au from 332.85m in MMD-22-038; 0.4m @ 25.2 g/t Au from 366.2m in MMD-22-039; 1.0m @ 17.7 g/t Au from 349m in MMD-22-040; 0.35m @ 10.3 g/t Au from 261.95m and 0.55m @ 10.6 g/t Au from 395.7m in MMD-22-042; 0.5m @ 15.2 g/t Au from 24m, 1.0m @ 12.3 g/t Au from 138.8m and 0.85m @ 15.6 g/t Au from 260.8m in MMD-22-044; and 0.75m @ 88.6 g/t Au from 481.25m in MMD-22-045.

Geological modelling of the altered diorite host rock and anastomosing shear network has commenced. It will continue for the next three months as we continue with our campaigns of active drilling and relogging of historic drill core. The final model will enable the interpolation of low and high-grade gold populations within constraining wireframes, which should provide a more accurate estimation of the gold distribution and, therefore, the contained gold resource.

Pete Flindell, VP Exploration for Goldshore, said, “These drill results confirm the excellent results that we are receiving from our 100,000-meter drill program. All results received to date confirm our improved understanding of geological controls, which shows grade decreasing away from a network of anastomosing shears. This has enabled us to more accurately model high-grade gold zones within the deposit using an implicit modelling algorithm.”

Analytical and QA/QC Procedures

All samples were sent to ALS Geochemistry in Thunder Bay for preparation and analysis was performed in the ALS Vancouver analytical facility. ALS is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) for the Accreditation of Mineral Analysis Testing Laboratories and CAN-P-4E ISO/IEC 17025. Samples were analyzed for gold via fire assay with an AA finish (“Au-AA23“) and 48 pathfinder elements via ICP-MS after four-acid digestion (“ME-MS61“). Samples that assayed over 10 ppm Au were re-run via fire assay with a gravimetric finish (“Au-GRA21“).

In addition to ALS quality assurance / quality control (“QA/QC”) protocols, Goldshore has implemented a quality control program for all samples collected through the drilling program. The quality control program was designed by a qualified and independent third party, with a focus on the quality of analytical results for gold. Analytical results are received, imported to our secure on-line database and evaluated to meet our established guidelines to ensure that all sample batches pass industry best practice for analytical quality control. Certified reference materials are considered acceptable if values returned are within three standard deviations of the certified value reported by the manufacture of the material. In addition to the certified reference material, certified blank material is included in the sample stream to monitor contamination during sample preparation. Blank material results are assessed based on the returned gold result being less than ten times the quoted lower detection limit of the analytical method. The results of the on-going analytical quality control program are evaluated and reported to Goldshore by Orix Geoscience Inc.

About Goldshore

Goldshore is an emerging junior gold development company, and owns the Moss Lake Gold Project located in Ontario. Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. is currently a large shareholder of Goldshore with an approximate 27% equity position in the Company. Well-financed and supported by an industry-leading management group, board of directors and advisory board, Goldshore is positioned to advance the Moss Lake Gold Project through the next stages of exploration and development.

About the Moss Lake Gold Project

The Moss Lake Gold Project is located approximately 100 km west of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is accessed via Highway 11 which passes within 1 km of the property boundary to the north. The Moss Lake Gold Project covers 14,292 hectares and consists of 282 unpatented and patented mining claims.

The Moss Lake Gold Project hosts a number of gold and base metal rich deposits including the Moss Lake Deposit, the East Coldstream Deposit (Table 3), the historically producing North Coldstream Mine (Table 4), and the Hamlin Zone, all of which occur over a mineralized trend exceeding 20 km in length. A historical preliminary economic assessment (the “Moss Lake Historical Estimate“) was completed on the Moss Lake Gold Project in 2013 and published by Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. (“Moss Lake Gold Mines“)1,3. A historical mineral resource estimate (the “East Coldstream Historical Estimate“) was completed on the East Coldstream Deposit in 2011 by Foundation Resources Inc.2,3 In addition to these zones, the Moss Lake Gold Project also hosts a number of under-explored mineral occurrences which are reported to exist both at surface and in historically drilled holes. The Moss Lake Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 2.5 km length and to depths of 300 m with 376 holes completed between 1983 and 2017. The last drilling program conducted in 2016 and 2017 by Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. (“Wesdome“), which consisted of widely spaced holes along the strike extension of the deposit was successful in expanding the mineralized footprint and hydrothermal system 1.6 km to the northeast. Additionally, the deposit remains largely open to depth. In 2017, Wesdome completed an induced polarization survey which traced the potential extensions of pyrite mineralization associated with the Moss Lake Deposit over a total strike length of 8 km and spanning the entire extent of the survey grids.

The East Coldstream Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which locally outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 1.3 km length and to depths of 200 m with 138 holes completed between 1988 and 2017. The deposit remains largely open at depth and may have the potential for expansion along strike. Historic drill hole highlights from the East Coldstream Deposit include 4.86 g/t Au over 27.3 m in C-10-15.

The historically producing North Coldstream Mine is reported to have produced significant amounts of copper, gold and silver4 from mineralization with potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. The exploration potential immediately surrounding the historic mining area is not currently well understood and historic data compilation is required.

The Hamlin Zone is a significant occurrence of copper and gold mineralization, and also of potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. Between 2008 and 2011, Glencore tested Hamlin with 24 drill holes which successfully outlined a broad and intermittently mineralized zone over a strike length of 900 m. Historic drill hole highlights from the Hamlin Zone include 0.9 g/t Au and 0.35% Cu over 150.7 m in HAM-11-75.

The Moss Lake, East Coldstream and North Coldstream deposits sit on a mineral trend marked by a regionally significant deformation zone locally referred to as the Wawiag Fault Zone in the area of the Moss Lake Deposit. This deformation zone occurs over a length of approximately 20 km on the Moss Lake Gold Project and there is an area spanning approximately 7 km between the Moss Lake and East Coldstream deposits that is significantly underexplored.

Table 3: Historical Mineral Resources1,2,3

INDICATEDINFERRED
DepositTonnesAu g/tAu ozTonnesAu g/tAu oz
Moss Lake Historical Estimate
Open Pit Potential39,795,0001.11,377,30048,904,0001.01,616,300
Underground Potential1,461,1002.9135,400
Moss Lake Total39,795,0001.11,377,30050,364,0001.11,751,600
East Coldstream Historical Estimate
East Coldstream Total3,516,7000.8596,40030,533,0000.78763,276
Combined Total43,311,7001.081,473,70080,897,0000.982,514,876

Notes:

(1) Source: Poirier, S., Patrick, G.A., Richard, P.L., and Palich, J. “Technical Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Moss Lake Project”, prepared for Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. The qualified persons for the Moss Lake Historical Estimate are Pierre-Luc Richard, MSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and Carl Pelletier, BSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and the effective date of the Moss Lake Historical Estimate is February 8, 2013. In-Pit results are presented undiluted and in situ, within Whittle-optimized pit shells. Underground results are presented undiluted and in situ, outside Whittle-optimized pit shells. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate includes 18 gold-bearing zones and 1 envelope containing isolated gold intercepts. Whittle parameters: mining cost = C$2.28; pit slope angle = 50.0 degrees; production cost = C$9.55; mining Dilution = 5%; mining recovery = 95%; processing recovery = 80% to 85%; gold price = C$1,500. In-Pit and Underground resources were compiled at cut-off grades from 0.3 to 5.0 g/t Au (for sensitivity characterization). A cut-off grade of 0.5 g/t Au was selected as the official in-pit cut-off grade and a cut-off grade of 2.0 g/t Au was selected as the official underground cut-off grade. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate is based on 352 diamond drill holes (90,978 m) drilled from 1983 and 2008. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. A minimum true thickness of 5.0 m was applied, using the grade of the adjacent material when assayed or a value of zero when not assayed. Capping was established at 35 g/t Au, supported by statistical analysis and the high grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Gems version 6.4. Based on geostatistics, the ellipse range for interpolation was 75m x 67.5m x 40m. The Indicated category is defined by combining the blocks within the two main zones and various statistical criteria, such as average distance to composites, distance to closest composite, quantity of drill holes within the search area. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.

(2) Source: McCracken, T. “Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Osmani Gold Deposit, Coldstream Property, Northwestern Ontario”, prepared for Foundation Resources Inc. and Alto Ventures Ltd. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on a 0.4 g/t Au cut-off grade. The qualified persons for the East Coldstream Historical Estimate are Todd McCracken, P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and Jeff Wilson, Ph.D., P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and the effective date of the East Coldstream Historical Estimate is December 12, 2011. Resources are presented unconstrained, undiluted and in situ. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate includes 2 gold-bearing zones. A cut-off grade of 0.4 g/t Au was selected as the official resource cut-off grade. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on 116 diamond drill holes drilled from 1986 to 2011. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. Capping was established at 5.89 g/t Au and 5.70 g/t Au for domains EC-1 and EC-2, respectively. This is supported by statistical analysis and the high grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Datamine Studio 3 version 3.20.5321.0. Resource categorization is based on spatial continuity based from the variography of the assays within the drillholes. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.

(3) The reader is cautioned that the Moss Lake Historical Estimate East and the East Coldstream Historical Estimate (the “Historical Estimates“) are considered historical in nature and as such is based on prior data and reports prepared by previous property owners. The reader is cautioned not to treat them, or any part of them, as current mineral resources or reserves. The Company has determined these historical resources are reliable, and relevant to be included here in that they demonstrate simply the mineral potential of the Moss Lake Gold Project. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the Historical Estimates as current resources and Goldshore is not treating the Historical Estimates as current resources. Significant data compilation, re-drilling, re-sampling and data verification may be required by a qualified person before the Historical Estimates can be classified as a current resource. There can be no assurance that any of the historical mineral resources, in whole or in part, will ever become economically viable. In addition, mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Even if classified as a current resource, there is no certainty as to whether further exploration will result in any inferred mineral resources being upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource category. The Historical Estimates relating to inferred mineral resources were calculated using prior mining industry standard definitions and practices for estimating mineral resource and mineral reserves. Such prior definitions and practices were utilized prior to the implementation of the current standards of the Canadian Institute of Mining for mineral resource estimation, and have a lower level of confidence.

Table 4: Reported Historical Production from the North Coldstream Deposit4

DepositTonnesCu %Au g/tAgCu lbsAu ozAg oz
Historical Production2,700,00001.890.565.59102,000,00044,000440,000

Note::

(4) Source: Schlanka, R., 1969. Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Deposits of Ontario, Mineral Resources Circular No. 12, Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 314-316.

Peter Flindell, P.Geo., MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President – Exploration of the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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

For More Information – Please Contact:

Brett A. Richards
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Goldshore Resources Inc.
P. +1 604 288 4416 M. +1 905 449 1500
E. brichards@goldshoreresources.com
W. www.goldshoreresources.com

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This news release contains statements that constitute “forward-looking statements.” Such forward looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the Company’s actual results, performance or achievements, or developments to differ materially from the anticipated results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Forward looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words “expects,” “plans,” “anticipates,” “believes,” “intends,” “estimates,” “projects,” “potential” and similar expressions, or that events or conditions “will,” “would,” “may,” “could” or “should” occur.

Forward-looking statements in this news release include, among others, statements relating to expectations regarding the exploration and development of the Moss Lake Gold Project, and other statements that are not historical facts. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or other future events, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors and risks include, among others: the Company may require additional financing from time to time in order to continue its operations which may not be available when needed or on acceptable terms and conditions acceptable; compliance with extensive government regulation; domestic and foreign laws and regulations could adversely affect the Company’s business and results of operations; the stock markets have experienced volatility that often has been unrelated to the performance of companies and these fluctuations may adversely affect the price of the Company’s securities, regardless of its operating performance; and the impact of COVID-19.

The forward-looking information contained in this news release represents the expectations of the Company as of the date of this news release and, accordingly, is subject to change after such date. Readers should not place undue importance on forward-looking information and should not rely upon this information as of any other date. The Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

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Goldshore Sampling of Historic Core Expands Mineralization with 104.2m at 1.04 g/t Au and Identifies New Parallel Zone

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – August 23, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF) (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“), is pleased to announce assay results from previously unsampled historic drill core at the Moss Lake Project in Northwest Ontario, Canada (the “Moss Lake Gold Project”).

Goldshore’s team has retrieved historical core that remains on the Moss Lake Gold Project where the drill collars have been recovered and accurately surveyed. Prior operators selectively sampled core that fit with the model used at the time. This core is now being relogged and sampled by Goldshore. This presents an excellent, cost-effective opportunity for Goldshore to generate significant results without new drilling, particularly in those holes that coincide with Goldshore’s identified targets. This news release presents results from six such historical holes where sampling by prior operators was incomplete.

Highlights:

  • Sampling of unsampled sections of two historic drill holes at the QES Zone have increased the width and grade of gold mineralization over that previously reported. The expanded intercepts include:
    • 104.2m @ 1.04 g/t Au from 422.0m in NS247, including
      • 19.40m @ 2.66 g/t Au from 458.6m
      • This section includes the visible gold reported on April 19, 2022
      • The hole ended in mineralization
    • 56.1m @ 0.42 g/t Au from 493.5m in NS248
  • Sampling has also identified a new southern parallel zone that was previously unrecognized, including:
    • 9.30m @ 1.28 g/t Au from 244.6m depth, including
      • 0.9m @ 10.95 g/t from 253.0m
    • 0.9m @ 35.7 g/t Au from 271.65m and
    • 78.45m @ 0.35 g/t Au from 331.55m in NS247
    • 69.10m @ 0.49 g/t Au from 413.0m in NS248
  • Additional sampling of four drillholes assessing regional prospects confirmed initial results.

President and CEO Brett Richards stated: “All of the work we have conducted at Moss Lake, whether new drilling results or sampling and analysis of the historic drilling, all indicates that the extent of mineralization is far greater than the footprint of the historical resource. These results indicate yet another parallel zone of mineralization not previously identified and will provide new high quality drill targets in the future; as well as meaningful data when conducting the resource estimation.”

Technical Overview

Table 1 shows the significant intercepts. Table 2 and Figure 1 show the drill hole locations.


 
Figure 1: Drill plan showing the drill holes relative to the 2013 resource model and the new parallel zones
 
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Table 1: Significant downhole gold intercepts

HOLE IDFROMTOLENGTH (m)TRUE
WIDTH (m)
CUT
GRADE

(g/t Au)
UNCUT
GRADE

(g/t Au)
ML-02-006
ML-04-016156.20181.5025.3019.40.510.51
206.80215.909.107.00.730.73
270.20276.206.004.60.860.86
ML-04-017
ML-04-018111.00118.207.204.90.340.34
NS24766.2069.002.801.20.440.44
85.9596.1510.204.20.540.54
121.00123.452.451.00.440.44
244.60253.909.304.41.281.28
including253.00253.900.900.411.011.0
271.65272.550.900.430.035.7
331.55410.0078.4539.80.350.35
422.00526.20104.2054.41.041.04
including458.60478.0019.4010.12.662.66
542.20550.007.804.50.790.79
0.000.0
NS24833.5043.109.604.40.670.67
308.00312.404.402.40.440.44
353.00367.7014.707.90.790.79
413.00482.1069.1042.10.490.49
493.50549.6056.1036.10.420.42
Intersections calculated above a 0.3 g/t Au cut off with a top cut of 30 g/t Au and a maximum internal waste interval of 10 metres. Shaded intervals are intersections calculated above a 1.0 g/t Au cut off. Intervals in bold are those with a grade thickness factor exceeding 20 gram x metres / tonne gold. True widths are approximate and assume a subvertical body. The fact that cut and uncut assays are the same, shows that all samples assayed less than the 30 g/t Au top cut.

Table 2: Location of drill holes in this press release

HOLEEASTNORTHRLAZIMUTHDIPEOH
ML-02-0066700115379164429155-45°318.91m
ML-04-0166710165378230429156°-45°300m
ML-04-0176710395377982429336-45°132m
ML-04-0186710505377959429336-45°171m
NS2476703525379453434336°-69°550m
NS2486699585379129429336°-65°647m
Approximate collar coordinates in NAD 83, Zone 15N

Results have been received for six historical holes that were incompletely sampled in the past and have now been more completely sampled to fully assess the intersected mineralized zones. Two holes (NS247 and NS248) targeted the QES Zone and four holes (ML-02-006, ML-04-016, ML-04-017, and ML-04-018) tested regional prospects south of the Moss Lake Project.

Assays from new sampling at NS247 and NS248 have expanded the widths of the known mineralized intercepts and identified a new parallel zone to the south of QES. They show that gold mineralization at Moss Lake is wider than previously believed and contains additional higher-grade structures beyond that defined by historic drilling. Step back drilling of the QES Zone has begun to determine the extent of the new parallel zones south of the QES Zone.

The broad zone of 104.2m @ 1.04 g/t Au from 422.0m in NS247 compares to an historic interval of 104.2m @ 0.88 g/t Au if the unsampled intervals are assigned zero grade, which seems to be what previous geologists thought. Similarly, the interval 56.1m @ 0.42 g/t Au from 493.5m in NS248 compares to an historic interval of 56.1m @ 0.31 g/t Au.

The high-grade section of NS247(19.40m @ 2.66 g/t Au from 458.6m) includes a narrow quartz-pyrite-chalcopyrite vein zone with visible gold that was reported on April 19, 2022. Surprisingly, this interval returned only 0.3m @ 1.01 g/t Au from 546.8m highlighting the nuggetty nature of gold mineralization. The drill hole ended in gold mineralization suggesting that the mineralized zone is wider.

Infill sampling of ML-04-016 and ML-04-018 yielded minor increases to the width of historic intercepts. No additional mineralized zones were identified in any of the four holes.

Several additional holes have been identified as having unsampled intervals within mineralized drill core. Historical core archives are being reexamined to locate, identify, and recover drill core for further infill sampling.

Pete Flindell, VP Exploration for Goldshore, said “These drill results confirm our contention that previous explorers did not assess the full scale of gold mineralization at Moss Lake. As such, Moss Lake holds significant potential to be a larger gold system. Our assessment of historic drill core will continue in parallel with our 100,000-meter drill program.”

Analytical and QA/QC Procedures

All samples were sent to ALS Geochemistry in Thunder Bay for preparation and analysis was performed in the ALS Vancouver analytical facility. ALS is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) for the Accreditation of Mineral Analysis Testing Laboratories and CAN-P-4E ISO/IEC 17025. Samples were analyzed for gold via fire assay with an AA finish (“Au-AA23”) and 48 pathfinder elements via ICP-MS after four-acid digestion (“ME-MS61”). Samples that assayed over 10 ppm Au were re-run via fire assay with a gravimetric finish (“Au-GRA21”).

In addition to ALS quality assurance / quality control (“QA/QC”) protocols, Goldshore has implemented a quality control program for all samples collected through the drilling program. The quality control program was designed by a qualified and independent third party, with a focus on the quality of analytical results for gold. Analytical results are received, imported to our secure on-line database and evaluated to meet our established guidelines to ensure that all sample batches pass industry best practice for analytical quality control. Certified reference materials are considered acceptable if values returned are within three standard deviations of the certified value reported by the manufacture of the material. In addition to the certified reference material, certified blank material is included in the sample stream to monitor contamination during sample preparation. Blank material results are assessed based on the returned gold result being less than ten times the quoted lower detection limit of the analytical method. The results of the on-going analytical quality control program are evaluated and reported to Goldshore by Orix Geoscience Inc.

About Goldshore

Goldshore is an emerging junior gold development company, and owns the Moss Lake Gold Project located in Ontario. Wesdome is currently a large shareholder of Goldshore with an approximate 27% equity position in the Company. Well-financed and supported by an industry-leading management group, board of directors and advisory board, Goldshore is positioned to advance the Moss Lake Gold Project through the next stages of exploration and development.

About the Moss Lake Gold Project

The Moss Lake Gold Project is located approximately 100 km west of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is accessed via Highway 11 which passes within 1 km of the property boundary to the north. The Moss Lake Gold Project covers 14,292 hectares and consists of 282 unpatented and patented mining claims.

The Moss Lake Gold Project hosts a number of gold and base metal rich deposits including the Moss Lake Deposit, the East Coldstream Deposit (Table 3), the historically producing North Coldstream Mine (Table 4), and the Hamlin Zone, all of which occur over a mineralized trend exceeding 20 km in length. A historical preliminary economic assessment (the “Moss Lake Historical Estimate“) was completed on the Moss Lake Gold Project in 2013 and published by Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. (“Moss Lake Gold Mines“)1,3. A historical mineral resource estimate (the “East Coldstream Historical Estimate“) was completed on the East Coldstream Deposit in 2011 by Foundation Resources Inc.2,3 In addition to these zones, the Moss Lake Gold Project also hosts a number of under-explored mineral occurrences which are reported to exist both at surface and in historically drilled holes. The Moss Lake Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 2.5 km length and to depths of 300 m with 376 holes completed between 1983 and 2017. The last drilling program conducted in 2016 and 2017 by Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. (“Wesdome“), which consisted of widely spaced holes along the strike extension of the deposit was successful in expanding the mineralized footprint and hydrothermal system 1.6 km to the northeast. Additionally, the deposit remains largely open to depth. In 2017, Wesdome completed an induced polarization survey which traced the potential extensions of pyrite mineralization associated with the Moss Lake Deposit over a total strike length of 8 km and spanning the entire extent of the survey grids.

The East Coldstream Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which locally outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 1.3 km length and to depths of 200 m with 138 holes completed between 1988 and 2017. The deposit remains largely open at depth and may have the potential for expansion along strike. Historic drill hole highlights from the East Coldstream Deposit include 4.86 g/t Au over 27.3 m in C-10-15.

The historically producing North Coldstream Mine is reported to have produced significant amounts of copper, gold and silver4 from mineralization with potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. The exploration potential immediately surrounding the historic mining area is not currently well understood and historic data compilation is required.

The Hamlin Zone is a significant occurrence of copper and gold mineralization, and also of potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. Between 2008 and 2011, Glencore tested Hamlin with 24 drill holes which successfully outlined a broad and intermittently mineralized zone over a strike length of 900 m. Historic drill hole highlights from the Hamlin Zone include 0.9 g/t Au and 0.35% Cu over 150.7 m in HAM-11-75.

The Moss Lake, East Coldstream and North Coldstream deposits sit on a mineral trend marked by a regionally significant deformation zone locally referred to as the Wawiag Fault Zone in the area of the Moss Lake Deposit. This deformation zone occurs over a length of approximately 20 km on the Moss Lake Gold Project and there is an area spanning approximately 7 km between the Moss Lake and East Coldstream deposits that is significantly underexplored.

Table 3: Historical Mineral Resources1,2,3

INDICATEDINFERRED
DepositTonnesAu g/tAu ozTonnesAu g/tAu oz
Moss Lake Historical Estimate
Open Pit Potential39,795,0001.11,377,30048,904,0001.01,616,300
Underground Potential1,461,1002.9135,400
Moss Lake Total39,795,0001.11,377,30050,364,0001.11,751,600
East Coldstream Historical Estimate
East Coldstream Total3,516,7000.8596,40030,533,0000.78763,276
Combined Total43,311,7001.081,473,70080,897,0000.982,514,876

Notes:

  1. (1) Source: Poirier, S., Patrick, G.A., Richard, P.L., and Palich, J. “Technical Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Moss Lake Project”, prepared for Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. The qualified persons for the Moss Lake Historical Estimate are Pierre-Luc Richard, MSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and Carl Pelletier, BSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and the effective date of the Moss Lake Historical Estimate is February 8, 2013. In-Pit results are presented undiluted and in situ, within Whittle-optimized pit shells. Underground results are presented undiluted and in situ, outside Whittle-optimized pit shells. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate includes 18 gold-bearing zones and 1 envelope containing isolated gold intercepts. Whittle parameters: mining cost = C$2.28; pit slope angle = 50.0 degrees; production cost = C$9.55; mining Dilution = 5%; mining recovery = 95%; processing recovery = 80% to 85%; gold price = C$1,500. In-Pit and Underground resources were compiled at cut-off grades from 0.3 to 5.0 g/t Au (for sensitivity characterization). A cut-off grade of 0.5 g/t Au was selected as the official in-pit cut-off grade and a cut-off grade of 2.0 g/t Au was selected as the official underground cut-off grade. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate is based on 352 diamond drill holes (90,978 m) drilled from 1983 and 2008. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. A minimum true thickness of 5.0 m was applied, using the grade of the adjacent material when assayed or a value of zero when not assayed. Capping was established at 35 g/t Au, supported by statistical analysis and the high grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Gems version 6.4. Based on geostatistics, the ellipse range for interpolation was 75m x 67.5m x 40m. The Indicated category is defined by combining the blocks within the two main zones and various statistical criteria, such as average distance to composites, distance to closest composite, quantity of drill holes within the search area. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.
  2. (2) Source: McCracken, T. “Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Osmani Gold Deposit, Coldstream Property, Northwestern Ontario”, prepared for Foundation Resources Inc. and Alto Ventures Ltd. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on a 0.4 g/t Au cut-off grade. The qualified persons for the East Coldstream Historical Estimate are Todd McCracken, P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and Jeff Wilson, Ph.D., P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and the effective date of the East Coldstream Historical Estimate is December 12, 2011. Resources are presented unconstrained, undiluted and in situ. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate includes 2 gold-bearing zones. A cut-off grade of 0.4 g/t Au was selected as the official resource cut-off grade. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on 116 diamond drill holes drilled from 1986 to 2011. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. Capping was established at 5.89 g/t Au and 5.70 g/t Au for domains EC-1 and EC-2, respectively. This is supported by statistical analysis and the high grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Datamine Studio 3 version 3.20.5321.0. Recource categorization is based on spatial continuity based from the variography of the assays within the drillholes. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.
  3. (3) The reader is cautioned that the Moss Lake Historical Estimate East and the East Coldstream Historical Estimate (the “Historical Estimates“) are considered historical in nature and as such is based on prior data and reports prepared by previous property owners. The reader is cautioned not to treat them, or any part of them, as current mineral resources or reserves. The Company has determined these historical resources are reliable, and relevant to be included here in that they demonstrate simply the mineral potential of the Moss Lake Gold Project. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the Historical Estimates as current resources and Goldshore is not treating the Historical Estimates as current resources. Significant data compilation, re-drilling, re-sampling and data verification may be required by a qualified person before the Historical Estimates can be classified as a current resource. There can be no assurance that any of the historical mineral resources, in whole or in part, will ever become economically viable. In addition, mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Even if classified as a current resource, there is no certainty as to whether further exploration will result in any inferred mineral resources being upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource category. The Historical Estimates relating to inferred mineral resources were calculated using prior mining industry standard definitions and practices for estimating mineral resource and mineral reserves. Such prior definitions and practices were utilized prior to the implementation of the current standards of the Canadian Institute of Mining for mineral resource estimation, and have a lower level of confidence.

Table 4: Reported Historical Production from the North Coldstream Deposit4

DepositTonnesCu %Au g/tAgCu lbsAu ozAg oz
Historical Production2,700,00001.890.565.59102,000,00044,000440,000

Note::

  1. (4) Source: Schlanka, R., 1969. Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Deposits of Ontario, Mineral Resources Circular No. 12, Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 314-316.

Peter Flindell, P.Geo., MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President – Exploration of the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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

For More Information – Please Contact:

Brett A. Richards
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Goldshore Resources Inc.

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Goldshore Intercepts 2.65 g/t Au over 14.6m in 200 m Step-Out Hole at Moss Lake

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – August 10, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF) (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“), is pleased to announce assay results from its ongoing 100,000-meter drill program at the Moss Lake Project in Northwest Ontario, Canada (the “Moss Lake Gold Project“).

Highlights:

  • Four holes drilled to evaluate the eastern extension of the Southwest Zone have confirmed gold mineralization within anastomosing shears in altered diorite with intercepts of:
    • 39.75m @ 1.18 g/t Au from 44.25m depth in MMD-22-023, including
      • 14.60m @ 2.65 g/t Au from 462.2m 
    • 11.65m @ 1.05 g/t Au from 37.35m depth, and
    • 18.70m @ 1.37 g/t Au from 151.1m in MMD-22-031
    • 10.00m @ 1.05 g/t Au from 290.0m in MMD-22-035

President and CEO Brett Richards stated: “We are excited to continue to deliver consistent drilling results. I am encouraged about the high-grade sections we are seeing and have shared previously with the market, as this will provide optionality when we model the resource later in the year and start to look at economic pit shells. With this step out hole from historically drilled areas at Moss Lake, it will further increase the optionality.”

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Table 1 shows the significant intercepts. Table 2 and Figure 1 show the drill hole locations.

Table 1: Significant downhole gold intercept

HOLE IDFROMTO
LENGTH
(m)
 
TRUE
WIDTH (m)

CUT
GRADE 
(g/t Au)

UNCUT
GRADE 
(g/t Au)
MMD-22-023375.95379.303.352.50.370.37
440.25502.1061.8549.40.840.88
Including440.25480.0039.7531.71.181.24
Including462.20476.8014.6011.72.652.83
and490.35502.1011.759.60.320.32
527.00529.002.001.70.360.36
565.40584.3518.9516.20.320.32
       
MMD-22-02722.8028.005.203.30.760.76
42.0048.006.003.90.540.54
58.6082.0023.4015.70.370.37
95.10220.00124.9091.30.480.48
including171.50175.453.952.92.602.60
and207.00210.653.652.83.263.26
260.00262.702.702.20.460.46
305.65314.008.356.90.420.42
336.10351.2015.1012.90.470.47
375.15379.554.403.90.320.32
386.00394.008.007.10.560.56
       
MMD-22-03115.5064.3048.8033.30.610.61
including25.0029.004.002.71.431.43
and37.3549.0011.657.91.051.05
74.4580.005.553.91.761.76
91.95174.4582.5060.30.660.66
including106.80112.806.004.31.301.30
and151.10169.8018.7013.91.371.37
193.00200.007.005.40.380.38
212.00231.6019.6015.40.370.37
including214.00216.002.001.61.911.91
273.00275.102.101.70.490.49
       
MMD-22-03583.3087.003.702.50.380.38
92.00111.0019.0013.00.490.49
135.80138.002.201.50.610.61
156.00166.0010.007.30.560.56
184.75322.40137.65109.90.370.37
including196.00201.005.003.81.301.30
and290.00300.0010.008.31.051.05
332.85355.5522.7019.70.470.47
including332.85338.005.154.41.371.37
366.00375.559.558.40.350.35
415.00435.0020.0018.10.460.46
470.00476.106.105.71.031.03
498.25514.9516.7015.80.400.40
538.00542.004.003.80.830.83
including540.00542.002.001.91.231.23
Intersections calculated above a 0.3 g/t Au cut off with a top cut of 30 g/t Au and a maximum internal waste interval of 10 metres. Shaded intervals are intersections calculated above a 1.0 g/t Au cut off. Intervals in bold are those with a grade thickness factor exceeding 20 gram x metres / tonne gold. True widths are approximate and assume a subvertical body. The fact that cut and uncut assays are the same, shows that all samples assayed less than the 30 g/t Au top cut.



Figure 1: Drill plan showing the drill holes relative to the 2013 resource model and the new parallel zones

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Table 2: Location of drill holes in this press release

HOLEEASTNORTHRLAZIMUTHDIPEOH
MMD-22-0236683005378663433135°-50°643.8m
MMD-22-0276684755378300438150°-50°494.0m
MMD-22-0316685005378300439120°-50°521.0m
MMD-22-0356684005378387479150°-50°623.05m
Approximate collar coordinates in NAD 83, Zone 15N

Results have been received for four holes that have tested the previously undrilled eastern extension of the Southwest Zone. They show that mineralization is continuous in several structurally-controlled zones. The Southwest Zone remains open in both the east and west directions.

These holes intersected several broad zones of low-grade mineralization within the altered diorite intrusion host. Examples include 61.85m @ 0.84 g/t Au from 440.25m in MMD-22-023; 124.9m @ 0.48 g/t Au from 95.1m in MMD-22-027; 64.3m @ 0.61 g/t Au from 15.5m and 82.5m @ 0.66 g/t Au from 91.95m in MMD-22-031; and 137.65m @ 0.37 g/t Au from 184.75m in MMD-22-035 among several 10-20 meter wide zones of low-grade gold mineralization throughout all holes.

All of these low-grade zones occur as envelopes to higher-grade structures. An analysis of oriented core by structural geologist, Dr. Brett Davis, confirmed that these form a three-dimensional, anastomosing shear network that has developed in response to strain on the altered diorite intrusion. Results include the broad zones of +1 g/t Au mineralization shown in the highlights (e.g., 39.75m @ 1.18 g/t Au from 440.25m in MMD-22-023) and several narrow high-grade intervals, including 0.8m @ 33.3 g/t Au from 462.2m in MMD-22-023; 0.3m @ 14.3 g/t Au from 172.3m in MMD-22-027; and 0.65m @ 15.5 g/t Au from 167.35m in MMD-22-031.

Pete Flindell, VP Exploration for Goldshore, said, “These drill results confirm the potential of the Moss Lake Gold Project. Drilling to test potential expansions to these parallel zones of mineralization will continue into the end of the year.”

Analytical and QA/QC Procedures

All samples were sent to ALS Geochemistry in Thunder Bay for preparation and analysis was performed in the ALS Vancouver analytical facility. ALS is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) for the Accreditation of Mineral Analysis Testing Laboratories and CAN-P-4E ISO/IEC 17025. Samples were analyzed for gold via fire assay with an AA finish (“Au-AA23”) and 48 pathfinder elements via ICP-MS after four-acid digestion (“ME-MS61”). Samples that assayed over 10 ppm Au were re-run via fire assay with a gravimetric finish (“Au-GRA21”).

In addition to ALS quality assurance / quality control (“QA/QC”) protocols, Goldshore has implemented a quality control program for all samples collected through the drilling program. The quality control program was designed by a qualified and independent third party, with a focus on the quality of analytical results for gold. Analytical results are received, imported to our secure on-line database and evaluated to meet our established guidelines to ensure that all sample batches pass industry best practice for analytical quality control. Certified reference materials are considered acceptable if values returned are within three standard deviations of the certified value reported by the manufacture of the material. In addition to the certified reference material, certified blank material is included in the sample stream to monitor contamination during sample preparation. Blank material results are assessed based on the returned gold result being less than ten times the quoted lower detection limit of the analytical method. The results of the on-going analytical quality control program are evaluated and reported to Goldshore by Orix Geoscience Inc.

About Goldshore

Goldshore is an emerging junior gold development company, and owns the Moss Lake Gold Project located in Ontario. Wesdome is currently a large shareholder of Goldshore with an approximate 27% equity position in the Company. Well-financed and supported by an industry-leading management group, board of directors and advisory board, Goldshore is positioned to advance the Moss Lake Gold Project through the next stages of exploration and development.

About the Moss Lake Gold Project

The Moss Lake Gold Project is located approximately 100 km west of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is accessed via Highway 11 which passes within 1 km of the property boundary to the north. The Moss Lake Gold Project covers 14,292 hectares and consists of 282 unpatented and patented mining claims.

The Moss Lake Gold Project hosts a number of gold and base metal rich deposits including the Moss Lake Deposit, the East Coldstream Deposit (Table 3), the historically producing North Coldstream Mine (Table 4), and the Hamlin Zone, all of which occur over a mineralized trend exceeding 20 km in length. A historical preliminary economic assessment (the “Moss Lake Historical Estimate“) was completed on the Moss Lake Gold Project in 2013 and published by Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. (“Moss Lake Gold Mines“)1,3. A historical mineral resource estimate (the “East Coldstream Historical Estimate“) was completed on the East Coldstream Deposit in 2011 by Foundation Resources Inc.2,3 In addition to these zones, the Moss Lake Gold Project also hosts a number of under-explored mineral occurrences which are reported to exist both at surface and in historically drilled holes. The Moss Lake Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 2.5 km length and to depths of 300 m with 376 holes completed between 1983 and 2017. The last drilling program conducted in 2016 and 2017 by Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. (“Wesdome“), which consisted of widely spaced holes along the strike extension of the deposit was successful in expanding the mineralized footprint and hydrothermal system 1.6 km to the northeast. Additionally, the deposit remains largely open to depth. In 2017, Wesdome completed an induced polarization survey which traced the potential extensions of pyrite mineralization associated with the Moss Lake Deposit over a total strike length of 8 km and spanning the entire extent of the survey grids.

The East Coldstream Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which locally outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 1.3 km length and to depths of 200 m with 138 holes completed between 1988 and 2017. The deposit remains largely open at depth and may have the potential for expansion along strike. Historic drill hole highlights from the East Coldstream Deposit include 4.86 g/t Au over 27.3 m in C-10-15.

The historically producing North Coldstream Mine is reported to have produced significant amounts of copper, gold and silver4 from mineralization with potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. The exploration potential immediately surrounding the historic mining area is not currently well understood and historic data compilation is required.

The Hamlin Zone is a significant occurrence of copper and gold mineralization, and also of potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. Between 2008 and 2011, Glencore tested Hamlin with 24 drill holes which successfully outlined a broad and intermittently mineralized zone over a strike length of 900 m. Historic drill hole highlights from the Hamlin Zone include 0.9 g/t Au and 0.35% Cu over 150.7 m in HAM-11-75.

The Moss Lake, East Coldstream and North Coldstream deposits sit on a mineral trend marked by a regionally significant deformation zone locally referred to as the Wawiag Fault Zone in the area of the Moss Lake Deposit. This deformation zone occurs over a length of approximately 20 km on the Moss Lake Gold Project and there is an area spanning approximately 7 km between the Moss Lake and East Coldstream deposits that is significantly underexplored.

Table 3: Historical Mineral Resources1,2,3

INDICATEDINFERRED
DepositTonnesAu g/tAu ozTonnesAu g/tAu oz
Moss Lake Historical Estimate
Open Pit Potential39,795,0001.11,377,30048,904,0001.01,616,300
Underground Potential1,461,1002.9135,400
Moss Lake Total39,795,0001.11,377,30050,364,0001.11,751,600
East Coldstream Historical Estimate
East Coldstream Total3,516,7000.8596,40030,533,0000.78763,276
Combined Total43,311,7001.081,473,70080,897,0000.982,514,876


Notes:

(1) Source: Poirier, S., Patrick, G.A., Richard, P.L., and Palich, J. “Technical Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Moss Lake Project”, prepared for Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. The qualified persons for the Moss Lake Historical Estimate are Pierre-Luc Richard, MSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and Carl Pelletier, BSc, PGeo (InnovExplo Inc), and the effective date of the Moss Lake Historical Estimate is February 8, 2013. In-Pit results are presented undiluted and in situ, within Whittle-optimized pit shells. Underground results are presented undiluted and in situ, outside Whittle-optimized pit shells. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate includes 18 gold-bearing zones and 1 envelope containing isolated gold intercepts. Whittle parameters: mining cost = C$2.28; pit slope angle = 50.0 degrees; production cost = C$9.55; mining Dilution = 5%; mining recovery = 95%; processing recovery = 80% to 85%; gold price = C$1,500. In-Pit and Underground resources were compiled at cut-off grades from 0.3 to 5.0 g/t Au (for sensitivity characterization). A cut-off grade of 0.5 g/t Au was selected as the official in-pit cut-off grade and a cut-off grade of 2.0 g/t Au was selected as the official underground cut-off grade. The Moss Lake Historical Estimate is based on 352 diamond drill holes (90,978 m) drilled from 1983 and 2008. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. A minimum true thickness of 5.0 m was applied, using the grade of the adjacent material when assayed or a value of zero when not assayed. Capping was established at 35 g/t Au, supported by statistical analysis and the high grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Gems version 6.4. Based on geostatistics, the ellipse range for interpolation was 75m x 67.5m x 40m. The Indicated category is defined by combining the blocks within the two main zones and various statistical criteria, such as average distance to composites, distance to closest composite, quantity of drill holes within the search area. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.

(2) Source: McCracken, T. “Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Osmani Gold Deposit, Coldstream Property, Northwestern Ontario”, prepared for Foundation Resources Inc. and Alto Ventures Ltd. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on a 0.4 g/t Au cut-off grade. The qualified persons for the East Coldstream Historical Estimate are Todd McCracken, P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and Jeff Wilson, Ph.D., P.Geo. (Tetratech Wardrop), and the effective date of the East Coldstream Historical Estimate is December 12, 2011. Resources are presented unconstrained, undiluted and in situ. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate includes 2 gold-bearing zones. A cut-off grade of 0.4 g/t Au was selected as the official resource cut-off grade. The East Coldstream Historical Estimate is based on 116 diamond drill holes drilled from 1986 to 2011. A fixed density of 2.78 g/cm3 was used. Capping was established at 5.89 g/t Au and 5.70 g/t Au for domains EC-1 and EC-2, respectively. This is supported by statistical analysis and the high grade distribution within the deposit. Compositing was done on drill hole sections falling within the mineralized zone solids (composite = 1 m). Resources were evaluated from drill hole samples using the ID2 interpolation method in a multi-folder percent block model using Datamine Studio 3 version 3.20.5321.0. Recource categorization is based on spatial continuity based from the variography of the assays within the drillholes. Ounce (troy) = metric tons x grade / 31.10348. Calculations used metric units (metres, tonnes and g/t). The number of metric tonnes was rounded to the nearest thousand. Any discrepancies in the totals are due to rounding effects; rounding followed the recommendations in NI 43-101.

(3) The reader is cautioned that the Moss Lake Historical Estimate East and the East Coldstream Historical Estimate (the “Historical Estimates“) are considered historical in nature and as such is based on prior data and reports prepared by previous property owners. The reader is cautioned not to treat them, or any part of them, as current mineral resources or reserves. The Company has determined these historical resources are reliable, and relevant to be included here in that they demonstrate simply the mineral potential of the Moss Lake Gold Project. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the Historical Estimates as current resources and Goldshore is not treating the Historical Estimates as current resources. Significant data compilation, re-drilling, re-sampling and data verification may be required by a qualified person before the Historical Estimates can be classified as a current resource. There can be no assurance that any of the historical mineral resources, in whole or in part, will ever become economically viable. In addition, mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Even if classified as a current resource, there is no certainty as to whether further exploration will result in any inferred mineral resources being upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource category. The Historical Estimates relating to inferred mineral resources were calculated using prior mining industry standard definitions and practices for estimating mineral resource and mineral reserves. Such prior definitions and practices were utilized prior to the implementation of the current standards of the Canadian Institute of Mining for mineral resource estimation, and have a lower level of confidence.

Table 4: Reported Historical Production from the North Coldstream Deposit4

DepositTonnesCu %Au g/tAgCu lbsAu ozAg oz
Historical Production2,700,00001.890.565.59102,000,00044,000440,000


Note:

(4) Source: Schlanka, R., 1969. Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Deposits of Ontario, Mineral Resources Circular No. 12, Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 314-316.

Peter Flindell, P.Geo., MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President – Exploration of the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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

For More Information – Please Contact:

Brett A. Richards
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Goldshore Resources Inc.

P. +1 604 288 4416
M. +1 905 449 1500
E. brichards@goldshoreresources.com
W. www.goldshoreresources.com

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This news release contains statements that constitute “forward-looking statements.” Such forward looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the Company’s actual results, performance or achievements, or developments to differ materially from the anticipated results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Forward looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words “expects,” “plans,” “anticipates,” “believes,” “intends,” “estimates,” “projects,” “potential” and similar expressions, or that events or conditions “will,” “would,” “may,” “could” or “should” occur.

Forward-looking statements in this news release include, among others, statements relating to expectations regarding the exploration and development of the Moss Lake Gold Project, and other statements that are not historical facts. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or other future events, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors and risks include, among others: the Company may require additional financing from time to time in order to continue its operations which may not be available when needed or on acceptable terms and conditions acceptable; compliance with extensive government regulation; domestic and foreign laws and regulations could adversely affect the Company’s business and results of operations; the stock markets have experienced volatility that often has been unrelated to the performance of companies and these fluctuations may adversely affect the price of the Company’s securities, regardless of its operating performance; and the impact of COVID-19.

The forward-looking information contained in this news release represents the expectations of the Company as of the date of this news release and, accordingly, is subject to change after such date. Readers should not place undue importance on forward-looking information and should not rely upon this information as of any other date. The Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

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Goldshore Resources Confirms High Grade Mineralization in the Main Zone

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – July 20, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF) (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“), is pleased to announce assay results from its ongoing 100,000-meter drill program at the Moss Lake Project in Northwest Ontario, Canada. Drilling is aiming to better define high-grade structural zones within the Moss Lake deposit.

Highlights:

  • Three holes drilled to evaluate gaps in the Main Zone have confirmed high-grade gold mineralization within anastomosing shears hosted by low-grade mineralized altered diorite with intercepts of:
  • 13.30m @ 1.49 g/t Au from 48.6m depth in MMD-22-028
  • 21.20m @ 1.66 g/t Au from 187.7m
  • 3.50m @ 10.7 g/t Au from 349.6m
  • 17.00m @ 1.28 g/t Au from 50.0m depth in MMD-22-030
  • 6.30m @ 2.00 g/t Au from 358.7m, including
  • 7.70m @ 1.40 g/t Au from 533.3m depth in MMD-22-032
  • 6.00m @ 1.93 g/t Au from 570.0m
  • MMD-20-32 also extended across the Main Zone to confirm the recently identified southern parallel zone with best intercepts of:
  • 9.60m @ 1.02 g/t Au from 805.9m
  • 10.00m @ 1.21 g/t Au from 825.0m

President and CEO, Brett Richards, stated, “We continue to receive results that confirm the developing model that high grades occur within broader envelopes of lower grade gold mineralization. Our understanding of the geology is now at a level that will enable us to accurately represent the position of high grades within a resource model we are aiming to produce by the end of the year.”

Technical Overview

Figure 1 shows a typical cross section through MMD-22-028. Table 1 shows the significant intercepts. Table 2 and Figure 2 show the drill hole locations.



Figure 1: Drill section through MMD-22-028 showing mineralized intercepts relative to the 2013 grade model

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Figure 2: Drill plan showing the drill holes relative to the 2013 resource model and the new parallel zones

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Table 1: Significant downhole gold intercepts

HOLE IDFROMTOLENGTH
(m)
TRUE
WIDTH (m)
CUT
GRADE 
(g/t Au)
UNCUT
GRADE 
(g/t Au)
MMD-22-02828.0030.002.000.70.980.98
40.35115.3074.9525.60.580.58
including48.6061.9013.304.51.491.49
and112.50115.302.801.02.912.91
126.00128.002.000.71.321.32
142.00152.0010.003.60.310.31
155.00163.008.002.90.340.34
182.00237.0055.0019.70.880.88
including187.70208.9021.207.61.661.66
267.00274.157.152.70.520.52
342.90387.1044.2016.60.801.08
including349.60353.103.501.37.1410.7
426.70442.0015.306.00.440.44
471.00528.0057.0023.20.350.35
628.30639.0010.704.40.470.47
663.10674.7011.604.70.380.38
      
MMD-22-0307.0088.5581.5543.20.510.51
including8.0011.403.401.82.182.18
and50.0067.0017.009.01.281.28
and79.0081.002.001.11.021.02
98.90107.909.004.80.750.75
including98.90103.354.452.41.361.36
166.00172.606.603.60.350.35
236.80243.006.203.40.360.36
257.00269.0012.006.70.320.32
336.00453.55117.5567.40.380.38
including358.70365.006.303.62.002.00
473.00482.659.655.80.620.62
610.70655.0044.3029.10.380.38
including610.70613.002.301.51.221.22
   
MMD-22-032247.10255.108.003.90.900.90
278.00280.002.001.01.231.23
378.00388.5010.505.30.630.63
including381.95384.002.051.02.302.30
400.65414.0013.356.70.380.38
443.00452.009.004.50.510.51
472.50482.009.504.90.320.32
528.55610.0081.4541.90.500.50
including533.30541.007.704.01.401.40
and570.00576.006.003.11.931.93
624.35652.0027.6514.70.480.48
704.00733.9029.9015.80.550.55
including709.00711.002.001.12.902.90
and723.00725.052.051.13.833.83
757.00759.002.001.10.790.79
805.90857.7551.8528.20.600.60
including805.90815.509.605.21.021.02
and825.00835.0010.005.41.211.21
Intersections calculated above a 0.3 g/t Au cut off with a top cut of 30 g/t Au and a maximum internal waste interval of 10 metres. Shaded intervals are intersections calculated above a 1.0 g/t Au cut off. Intervals in bold are those with a grade thickness factor exceeding 20 gram x metres / tonne gold. True widths are approximate and assume a subvertical body. The fact that cut and uncut assays are the same, shows that all samples assayed less than the 30 g/t Au top cut.

Table 2: Location of drill holes in this press release

HOLEEASTNORTHRLAZIMUTHDIPEOH
MMD-22-0286689425379332434155°-70°819.0m
MMD-22-0306690645379382432155°-60°661.95m
MMD-22-0326686715379150448155°-60°862.0m
Approximate collar coordinates in NAD 83, Zone 15N

Results have been received for three holes that have infilled areas of the Main Zone that are between sections drilled by historic holes with collar survey problems.

The holes were only constrained by the 500-meter vertical depth limit being applied to all holes in this program. As with the historic holes, these holes intersected several broad zones of low-grade mineralization within the altered diorite intrusion host. Examples include 74.95m @ 0.58 g/t Au from 40.35m, 55.0m @ 0.88 g/t Au from 182.0m and 44.2m @ 0.8 g/t Au from 342.9m in MMD-22-028; 81.55m @ 0.51 g/t Au from 7.0m and 117.55m @ 0.38 g/t Au from 336.0m in MMD-22-030; and 81.45m @ 0.50 g/t Au from 528.55m in MMD-22-032.

All of these low-grade zones occur as envelopes to higher-grade structures. An analysis of oriented core by renowned structural geologist, Dr. Brett Davis, confirmed that these form a three-dimensional, anastomosing shear network that has developed in response to strain on the altered diorite intrusion. Results include the broad zones of +1 g/t Au mineralization shown in the highlights (e.g., 21.2m @ 1.66 g/t Au from 187.7m in MMD-22-028) and several narrow high-grade intervals, including 0.4m @ 61.5 g/t Au from 349.6m and 0.6m @ 13.6 g/t Au from 352.5m in MMD-22-028; and 0.4m @ 14.7 g/t Au from 363.55m in MMD-22-030.

The high grade near surface intercepts in MMD-22-028 and MMD-22-030 extend previously defined high-grade mineralization to surface.

MMD-22-032 also extended across the altered diorite into the wall rock to test the southern parallel zone. This broad zone of low-grade mineralization (51.85m @ 0.60 g/t Au from 805.9m) occurs around the higher-grade structures listed in the highlights.

Pete Flindell, VP Exploration for Goldshore, said, “The recent structural geology review by Dr. Brett Davis has helped resolve the theories we have been developing for the genesis of the Moss Lake gold deposit. Our improved understanding will guide the upcoming geological modelling exercise. Specifically, we will model a 3D anastomosing shear network that hosts the higher grades in the deposit and direct the geometry of the lower grade haloes. This is a significant step forward as the historic resource model ignores high grade gold mineralization.”

Analytical and QA/QC Procedures

All samples were sent to ALS Geochemistry in Thunder Bay for preparation and analysis was performed in the ALS Vancouver analytical facility. ALS is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) for the Accreditation of Mineral Analysis Testing Laboratories and CAN-P-4E ISO/IEC 17025. Samples were analyzed for gold via fire assay with an AA finish (“Au-AA23“) and 48 pathfinder elements via ICP-MS after four-acid digestion (“ME-MS61“). Samples that assayed over 10 ppm Au were re-run via fire assay with a gravimetric finish (“Au-GRA21“).

In addition to ALS quality assurance / quality control (“QA/QC“) protocols, Goldshore has implemented a quality control program for all samples collected through the drilling program. The quality control program was designed by a qualified and independent third party, with a focus on the quality of analytical results for gold. Analytical results are received, imported to our secure on-line database and evaluated to meet our established guidelines to ensure that all sample batches pass industry best practice for analytical quality control. Certified reference materials are considered acceptable if values returned are within three standard deviations of the certified value reported by the manufacture of the material. In addition to the certified reference material, certified blank material is included in the sample stream to monitor contamination during sample preparation. Blank material results are assessed based on the returned gold result being less than ten times the quoted lower detection limit of the analytical method. The results of the on-going analytical quality control program are evaluated and reported to Goldshore by Orix Geoscience Inc.

About Goldshore

Goldshore is an emerging junior gold development company, and owns the Moss Lake Gold Project located in Ontario. Wesdome is currently a strategic shareholder of Goldshore with an approximate 27% equity position in the Company. Well-financed and supported by an industry-leading management group, board of directors and advisory board, Goldshore is positioned to advance the Moss Lake Gold Project through the next stages of exploration and development.

About the Moss Lake Gold Project

The Moss Lake Gold Project is located approximately 100 km west of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is accessed via Highway 11 which passes within 1 km of the property boundary to the north. The Moss Lake Gold Project covers 14,292 hectares and consists of 282 unpatented and patented mining claims.

Moss Lake hosts a number of gold and base metal rich deposits including the Moss Lake Deposit, the East Coldstream Deposit (Table 3), the historically producing North Coldstream Mine (Table 4), and the Hamlin Zone, all of which occur over a mineralized trend exceeding 20 km in length. A historical preliminary economic assessment was completed on Moss Lake in 2013 and published by Moss Lake Gold1. A historical mineral resource estimate was completed on the East Coldstream Deposit in 2011 by Foundation Resources Inc2,3. In addition to these zones, the Moss Lake Gold Project also hosts a number of under-explored mineral occurrences which are reported to exist both at surface and in historically drilled holes. The Moss Lake Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 2.5 km length and to depths of 300 m with 376 holes completed between 1983 and 2017. The last drilling program conducted in 2016 and 2017 by Wesdome, which consisted of widely spaced holes along the strike extension of the deposit was successful in expanding the mineralized footprint and hydrothermal system 1.6 km to the northeast. Additionally, the deposit remains largely open to depth. In 2017, Wesdome completed an induced polarization survey which traced the potential extensions of pyrite mineralization associated with the Moss Lake Deposit over a total strike length of 8 km and spanning the entire extent of the survey grids.

The East Coldstream Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which locally outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 1.3 km length and to depths of 200 m with 138 holes completed between 1988 and 2017. The deposit remains largely open at depth and may have the potential for expansion along strike. Historic drill hole highlights from the East Coldstream Deposit include 4.86 g/t Au over 27.3 m in C-10-15.

The historically producing North Coldstream Mine is reported to have produced significant amounts of copper, gold and silver4 from mineralization with potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. The exploration potential immediately surrounding the historic mining area is not currently well understood and historic data compilation is required.

The Hamlin Zone is a significant occurrence of copper and gold mineralization, and also of potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. Between 2008 and 2011, Glencore tested Hamlin with 24 drill holes which successfully outlined a broad and intermittently mineralized zone over a strike length of 900 m. Historic drill hole highlights from the Hamlin Zone include 0.9 g/t Au and 0.35% Cu over 150.7 m in HAM-11-75.

The Moss Lake, East Coldstream and North Coldstream deposits sit on a mineral trend marked by a regionally significant deformation zone locally referred to as the Wawiag Fault Zone in the area of the Moss Lake Deposit. This deformation zone occurs over a length of approximately 20 km on the Moss Lake Gold Project and there is an area spanning approximately 7 km between the Moss Lake and East Coldstream deposits that is significantly underexplored.

Table 3: Historical Mineral Resources1,2,3

INDICATEDINFERRED
DepositTonnesAu g/tAu ozTonnesAu g/tAu oz
Moss Lake Deposit1 (2013 resource estimate)
Open Pit Potential39,795,0001.11,377,30048,904,0001.01,616,300
Underground Potential1,461,1002.9135,400
Moss Lake Total39,795,0001.11,377,30050,364,0001.11,751,600
East Coldstream Deposit2 (2011 resource estimate)
East Coldstream Total3,516,7000.8596,40030,533,0000.78763,276
Combined Total43,311,7001.081,473,70080,897,0000.982,514,876

Notes:

  1. Source: Poirier, S., Patrick, G.A., Richard, P.L., and Palich, J., 2013. Technical Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Moss Lake Project, 43-101 technical report prepared for Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. Moss Lake Deposit resource estimate is based on 0.5 g/t Au cut-off grade for open pit and 2.0 g/t Au cut-off grade for underground resources.
  2. Source: McCracken, T., 2011. Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Osmani Gold Deposit, Coldstream Property, Northwestern Ontario, 43-101 technical report prepared for Foundation Resources Inc. and Alto Ventures Ltd. East Coldstream Deposit resource estimate is based on a 0.4 g/t Au cut-off grade.
  3. The reader is cautioned that the above referenced “historical mineral resource” estimates are considered historical in nature and as such is based on prior data and reports prepared by previous property owners. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimates as current resources and Goldshore is not treating the historical estimates as current resources. Significant data compilation, re-drilling, re-sampling and data verification may be required by a qualified person before the historical estimate on the Moss Lake Gold Project can be classified as a current resource. There can be no assurance that any of the historical mineral resources, in whole or in part, will ever become economically viable. In addition, mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Even if classified as a current resource, there is no certainty as to whether further exploration will result in any inferred mineral resources being upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource category.

Table 4: Reported Historical Production from the North Coldstream Deposit4

DepositTonnesCu %Au g/tAgCu lbsAu ozAg oz
Historical Production2,700,00001.890.565.59102,000,00044,000440,000


Note:

  1. Source: Schlanka, R., 1969. Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Deposits of Ontario, Mineral Resources Circular No. 12, Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 314-316.

Peter Flindell, P.Geo., MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President – Exploration of the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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

For More Information – Please Contact:

Brett A. Richards
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Goldshore Resources Inc.

P. +1 604 288 4416
M. +1 905 449 1500
E. brichards@goldshoreresources.com
W. www.goldshoreresources.com

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This news release contains statements that constitute “forward-looking statements.” Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the Company’s actual results, performance or achievements, or developments to differ materially from the anticipated results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words “expects,” “plans,” “anticipates,” “believes,” “intends,” “estimates,” “projects,” “potential” and similar expressions, or that events or conditions “will,” “would,” “may,” “could” or “should” occur.

Forward-looking statements in this news release include, among others, statements relating to expectations regarding the exploration and development of the Moss Lake Gold Project, and other statements that are not historical facts. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or other future events, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors and risks include, among others: the Company may require additional financing from time to time in order to continue its operations which may not be available when needed or on acceptable terms and conditions acceptable; compliance with extensive government regulation; domestic and foreign laws and regulations could adversely affect the Company’s business and results of operations; the stock markets have experienced volatility that often has been unrelated to the performance of companies and these fluctuations may adversely affect the price of the Company’s securities, regardless of its operating performance; and the impact of COVID-19.

The forward-looking information contained in this news release represents the expectations of the Company as of the date of this news release and, accordingly, is subject to change after such date. Readers should not place undue importance on forward-looking information and should not rely upon this information as of any other date. The Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

This news release does not constitute an offer to sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy, any securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “U.S. Securities Act”) or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

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(VIDEO) Goldshore Resources Provides Update on Technical Disclosure

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – July 18, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF) (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“) is issuing this press release as a result of a review by the British Columbia Securities Commission to clarify its disclosure regarding the Moss Lake Gold Deposit in Northwest Ontario, Canada (the “Moss Lake Property“).

The Company wishes to clarify that the technical report entitled “Technical Report on the Moss Lake Project, Ontario, Canada, Report for NI 43-101” dated April 6, 2021 prepared by SLR Consulting (Canada) Ltd. in respect of the Moss Lake Property (the “Technical Report“) remains current. The Technical Report contains disclosure of a historical mineral resource estimate on the Moss Lake Property. There is no current mineral resource estimate on the Moss Lake Property.

Peter Flindell, P.Geo., MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President of Exploration at the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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

For More Information – Please Contact:

Brett A. Richards
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Goldshore Resources Inc.

P. +1 604 288 4416 M. +1 905 449 1500
E. brichards@goldshoreresources.com
W. www.goldshoreresources.com

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Forward-looking statements in this news release include, among others, statements that are not historical facts. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or other future events, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors and risks include, among others: the Company may require additional financing from time to time in order to continue its operations which may not be available when needed or on acceptable terms and conditions acceptable; compliance with extensive government regulation; domestic and foreign laws and regulations could adversely affect the Company’s business and results of operations; the stock markets have experienced volatility that often has been unrelated to the performance of companies and these fluctuations may adversely affect the price of the Company’s securities, regardless of its operating performance; and the impact of COVID-19.

The forward-looking information contained in this news release represents the expectations of the Company as of the date of this news release and, accordingly, is subject to change after such date. Readers should not place undue importance on forward-looking information and should not rely upon this information as of any other date. The Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

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(VIDEO) Goldshore Resources Announces Option Agreement to Earn in to Iris Lake & Vanguard Properties Held by White Metal Resources Corp.

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – July 7, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF) (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“), is pleased to announce it has executed an option agreement (the “Option Agreement“) with White Metal Resource Corp. (“White Metal“) to earn in to certain mining claims held by White Metal in the Shebandowan greenstone belt known as the Iris Lake and Vanguard properties (the “Property” or “Properties“).

Key Terms of the Option Agreement

  1. Total cash payments (CAD$) of an aggregate of $110,000 to White Metal over 3 years, to be paid as follows:
  • $10,000 within five days of July 6, 2022 (the “Effective Date“);
  • an additional $20,000 on or before the 12-month anniversary of the Effective Date;
  • an additional $30,000 on or before the 24-month anniversary of the Effective Date; and
  • an additional $50,000 on or before the 36-month anniversary of the Effective Date;
  1. Total share issuance of an aggregate of 1,500,000 common shares of the Company (each, a “Share“) (such Shares to be subject to resale restrictions) as follows:
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  • 300,000 Shares within five days of the Effective Date;
  • an additional 300,000 Shares on or before the 12-month anniversary of the Effective Date;
  • an additional 400,000 Shares on or before the 24-month anniversary of the Effective date; and
  • an additional 500,000 Shares on or before the 36-month anniversary of the Effective Date;
  1. Total incurred expenditures on the Property of not less than $1,650,000 over 3 years as follows:
  • $100,000 on or before the six-month anniversary of the Effective Date;
  • an additional $200,000 on or before the 12-month anniversary of the Effective Date;
  • an additional $600,000 on or before the 24-month anniversary of the Effective Date; and
  • an additional $750,000 on or before the 36-month anniversary of the Effective Date.
  1. Other non-material administrative and technical matters guiding the earn in relationship between the Company and White Metal.

President and CEO, Brett Richards, stated: “We are excited to add on this land package through the Option Agreement with White Metal. As illustrated in Figure 1.0, the Properties are adjacent to our north-eastern property claims in the Coldstream and Iris Lake area. As we have suggested in the past, and with the interpretation of the airborne geo-physical VTEM survey conducted in 2021; there is a strong correlation through Coldstream and Iris Lake towards the Properties, that suggest this strike length is contiguous.”

Figure 1 – The White Metal Resources Corp Iris Lake and Vanguard properties

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For a larger more detailed map of the White Metal’s properties, please refer to:

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Current Market Conditions

Goldshore has decided to temporarily scale back its drilling program from 7 rigs to 2 rigs in an effort to preserve capital in this uncertain and volatile capital market environment. The Company has also evaluated all possible cost containment and cost control measures to assist in this regard, and are reducing costs wherever possible. This decision to slow drilling production may affect Goldshore’s ability to complete its planned 100,000m drill program in 2022, as previously planned, but does not change the strategy or management’s view on the Moss Lake Project. The Company will continue to monitor all market conditions, as well as its ability to execute on its objectives going forward.

About Goldshore

Goldshore is an emerging junior gold development company, and owns the Moss Lake Gold Project located in Ontario. Wesdome is currently a strategic shareholder of Goldshore with an approximate 27% equity position in the Company. Well-financed and supported by an industry-leading management group, board of directors and advisory board, Goldshore is positioned to advance the Moss Lake Gold Project through the next stages of exploration and development.

About the Moss Lake Gold Project

The Moss Lake Gold Project is located approximately 100 km west of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is accessed via Highway 11 which passes within 1 km of the property boundary to the north. The Moss Lake Gold Project covers 14,292 hectares and consists of 282 unpatented and patented mining claims.

Moss Lake hosts a number of gold and base metal rich deposits including the Moss Lake Deposit, the East Coldstream Deposit (Table 1), the historically producing North Coldstream Mine (Table 2), and the Hamlin Zone, all of which occur over a mineralized trend exceeding 20 km in length. A historical preliminary economic assessment was completed on Moss Lake in 2013 and published by Moss Lake Gold1. A historical mineral resource estimate was completed on the East Coldstream Deposit in 2011 by Foundation Resources Inc2,3. In addition to these zones, the Moss Lake Gold Project also hosts a number of under-explored mineral occurrences which are reported to exist both at surface and in historically drilled holes. The Moss Lake Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 2.5 km length and to depths of 300 m with 376 holes completed between 1983 and 2017. The last drilling program conducted in 2016 and 2017 by Wesdome, which consisted of widely spaced holes along the strike extension of the deposit was successful in expanding the mineralized footprint and hydrothermal system 1.6 km to the northeast. Additionally, the deposit remains largely open to depth. In 2017, Wesdome completed an induced polarization survey which traced the potential extensions of pyrite mineralization associated with the Moss Lake Deposit over a total strike length of 8 km and spanning the entire extent of the survey grids.

The East Coldstream Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which locally outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 1.3 km length and to depths of 200 m with 138 holes completed between 1988 and 2017. The deposit remains largely open at depth and may have the potential for expansion along strike. Historic drill hole highlights from the East Coldstream Deposit include 4.86 g/t Au over 27.3 m in C-10-15.

The historically producing North Coldstream Mine is reported to have produced significant amounts of copper, gold and silver4 from mineralization with potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. The exploration potential immediately surrounding the historic mining area is not currently well understood and historic data compilation is required.

The Hamlin Zone is a significant occurrence of copper and gold mineralization, and also of potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. Between 2008 and 2011, Glencore tested Hamlin with 24 drill holes which successfully outlined a broad and intermittently mineralized zone over a strike length of 900 m. Historic drill hole highlights from the Hamlin Zone include 0.9 g/t Au and 0.35% Cu over 150.7 m in HAM-11-75.

The Moss Lake, East Coldstream and North Coldstream deposits sit on a mineral trend marked by a regionally significant deformation zone locally referred to as the Wawiag Fault Zone in the area of the Moss Lake Deposit. This deformation zone occurs over a length of approximately 20 km on the Moss Lake Gold Project and there is an area spanning approximately 7 km between the Moss Lake and East Coldstream deposits that is significantly underexplored.

Table 1: Historical Mineral Resources1,2,3

INDICATEDINFERRED
DepositTonnesAu g/tAu ozTonnesAu g/tAu oz
Moss Lake Deposit1 (2013 resource estimate)
Open Pit Potential39,795,0001.11,377,30048,904,0001.01,616,300
Underground Potential1,461,1002.9135,400
Moss Lake Total39,795,0001.11,377,30050,364,0001.11,751,600
East Coldstream Deposit2 (2011 resource estimate)
East Coldstream Total3,516,7000.8596,40030,533,0000.78763,276
Combined Total43,311,7001.081,473,70080,897,0000.982,514,876

Notes:

(1) Source: Poirier, S., Patrick, G.A., Richard, P.L., and Palich, J., 2013. Technical Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Moss Lake Project, 43-101 technical report prepared for Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. Moss Lake Deposit resource estimate is based on 0.5 g/t Au cut-off grade for open pit and 2.0 g/t Au cut-off grade for underground resources.

(2) Source: McCracken, T., 2011. Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Osmani Gold Deposit, Coldstream Property, Northwestern Ontario, 43-101 technical report prepared for Foundation Resources Inc. and Alto Ventures Ltd. East Coldstream Deposit resource estimate is based on a 0.4 g/t Au cut-off grade.

(3) The reader is cautioned that the above referenced “historical mineral resource” estimates are considered historical in nature and as such is based on prior data and reports prepared by previous property owners. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimates as current resources and Goldshore is not treating the historical estimates as current resources. Significant data compilation, re-drilling, re-sampling and data verification may be required by a qualified person before the historical estimate on the Moss Lake Gold Project can be classified as a current resource. There can be no assurance that any of the historical mineral resources, in whole or in part, will ever become economically viable. In addition, mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Even if classified as a current resource, there is no certainty as to whether further exploration will result in any inferred mineral resources being upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource category.

Table 2: Reported Historical Production from the North Coldstream Deposit4

DepositTonnesCu %Au g/tAgCu lbsAu ozAg oz
Historical Production2,700,00001.890.565.59102,000,00044,000440,000

Note:

(4) Source: Schlanka, R., 1969. Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Deposits of Ontario, Mineral Resources Circular No. 12, Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 314-316.

Peter Flindell, MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President – Exploration of the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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

For More Information – Please Contact:

Brett A. Richards
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Goldshore Resources Inc.

P. +1 604 288 4416 M. +1 905 449 1500
E. brichards@goldshoreresources.com
W. www.goldshoreresources.com

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This news release contains statements that constitute “forward-looking statements.” Such forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the Company’s actual results, performance or achievements, or developments to differ materially from the anticipated results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words “expects,” “plans,” “anticipates,” “believes,” “intends,” “estimates,” “projects,” “potential” and similar expressions, or that events or conditions “will,” “would,” “may,” “could” or “should” occur.

Forward-looking statements in this news release include, among others, statements relating to expectations regarding the exploration and development of the Moss Lake Gold Project or the Properties, an update to the historical resource at the Moss Lake Gold Project, and other statements that are not historical facts. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or other future events, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors and risks include, among others: the Company may require additional financing from time to time in order to continue its operations which may not be available when needed or on acceptable terms and conditions acceptable; compliance with extensive government regulation; domestic and foreign laws and regulations could adversely affect the Company’s business and results of operations; the stock markets have experienced volatility that often has been unrelated to the performance of companies and these fluctuations may adversely affect the price of the Company’s securities, regardless of its operating performance; and the impact of COVID-19.

The forward-looking information contained in this news release represents the expectations of the Company as of the date of this news release and, accordingly, is subject to change after such date. Readers should not place undue importance on forward-looking information and should not rely upon this information as of any other date. The Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

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Goldshore Resources Drills 128.3m Grading 1.1 g/t Au from the Moss Lake Deposit Additional Parallel Zone Returned 16.0m at 5.31 g/t Au with Visible Gold Also Discovered

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – May 5, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF) (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“), is pleased to announce assay results in hole MQD-22-014 from its ongoing 100,000-meter drill program at the Moss Lake Project in Northwest Ontario, Canada. Drilling is aiming to better define and expand high-grade structural zones within the Moss Lake deposit to improve the overall grade and volume beyond that of the historic mineral resource.

Highlights:

  • Broad zone of high-grade mineralization confirming the tenor of mineralization modeled in the QES Zone with best intercepts of:
  • 128.3m at 1.05 g/t Au from 121.3m, including
    • 40.6m at 1.99 g/t Au from 139.4m,
    • 3.6m at 1.80 g/t Au from 199.0m, and
    • 22.0m at 1.25 g/t Au from 227.0m.
  • New high grade gold mineralization open in all directions with visible gold intersected in a northern parallel structure. This northern structure is interpreted to be the same parallel structure intersected over 100 metres further to the east (see press release dated January 28, 2022). In addition, the identification of VG in this northern structure could provide elevated milling recoveries in any future operation. The drilling returned:
  • 16.0m at 5.31 g/t Au from 477.0m, including
    • 5.25m at 15.8 g/t Au from 477.75m
  • Expanding Drill Capacity through the engagement of two additional drill contractors who are mobilizing three rigs to site in the coming week. This will enable Goldshore to increase the drilling rate at the Moss Lake gold deposit and expand the drill program to the Coldstream area to evaluate the gold deposit at East Coldstream and copper-gold-cobalt mineralization at North Coldstream.

Click here to view interactive VRIFY 3D tour of recent drilling; including results from Hole MQD-22-014.

Brett Richards, President and Chief Executive Officer of Goldshore, commented: “The drilling intercept of 128.3m at 1.05 g/t Au reaffirms our view that the Moss Lake gold project contains a significant volume of +1 g/t Au mineralization that can underpin a meaningful, economic gold deposit. The fact that we are continuing to intersect gold mineralization outside of the volume modelled in 2013 also affirms our belief that the deposit is significantly larger than previously interpreted. Separately, we are pleased to be bringing in additional drill contractors that will enable us to increase our drilling rate at Moss Lake while commencing drilling at Coldstream.”

Technical Overview

Figure 1 and Table 1 summarize the significant intercepts in MQD-22-014. Figure 2 shows the visible gold seen at 478.1 meters depth, which corresponds to the high-grade parallel structure. Figure 3 and Table 2 show the drill hole location.

Figure 1: Drill section through MQD-22-014 showing mineralized intercepts relative to the 2013 grade model

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Figure 2: Visible gold in quartz-pyrite veins at 478.1m in MQD-22-014

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Figure 3: Drill plan showing the drill holes relative to the 2013 resource model and historic drill holes

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Table 1: Significant downhole gold intercepts in MQD-22-014

HOLE IDFROMTOHOLE LENGTH (m)TRUE WIDTH
(m)
CUT
GRADE
(g/t Au)
UNCUT
GRADE
(g/t Au)
MQD-22-01459.0097.0538.05250.360.36
121.30249.60128.30921.051.05
including139.40180.0040.60291.991.99
and199.00202.603.6031.801.80
and227.00249.0022.00161.251.25
363.75373.109.3570.570.57
477.00493.0016.00122.695.31
including477.75483.005.2547.8715.8
including477.75479.201.45125.3054.1
561.00563.952.9520.420.42
570.75573.753.0020.570.57
607.10614.457.3560.360.36
619.40621.552.1520.390.39
Intersections calculated above a 0.3 g/t Au cut off with a top cut of 30 g/t Au and a maximum internal waste interval of 10 metres. Shaded intervals are intersections calculated above a 1.0 g/t Au cut off. Intervals in bold are those with a grade thickness factor exceeding 20 gram x metres / tonne gold. True widths are approximate and assume a subvertical body.

Table 2: Location of drill holes in this press release

HOLEEASTNORTHRLAZIMUTHDIPEOH
MQD-22-0146701065379466428335°-45°686.0m
Approximate collar coordinates in NAD 83, Zone 15N

MQD-22-014 was drilled 120 meters west of MQD-21-009 (see press release dated January 28, 2022) at a -45° dip and 335° azimuth to test the 2013 resource model and twin the historic hole 90-203.

The reported significant intercept of 128.3m at 1.05 g/t Au from 121.3m occurs within a broader zone of strongly silica-sericite-chlorite±carbonate altered diorite that assays 200.75m at 0.77 g/t Au from 14m above a 0.3 g/t Au cutoff. The better grade segments (e.g., 40.6m at 1.99 g/t Au from 139.4m) are characterized by intense foliation and brecciation, which reflect numerous sigmoidal shear zones that provide the plumbing for the hydrothermal system.

These results are similar to those intersected in the historic hole, which returned 136.0m at 1.09 g/t Au from 137.0m.

Importantly, we continue to intersect parallel structures that were not previously reported. Visible gold was intersected within a 1.45-meter-wide quartz-pyrite-chalcopyrite vein from 477.75-479.20m, which averages 54.1 g/t Au. This occurs within a biotite-altered diorite that returned 16.0m at 5.31 g/t Au from 477.0m.

Peter Flindell, VP Exploration, commented: “These drilling results confirm the historic drill results and help us to understand the non-linear distribution of high grades that will enable us to model the higher-grade gold resource more accurately later in the year. Our relogging work and surveying of historic drill collars will also allow us to incorporate many of the historic drillholes, which will reduce the number of holes we need to drill in this campaign. Just as we are intersecting new parallel zones of mineralization that will expand the Mineral Resource, we are also identifying mineralization in the historic holes that was previously unsampled, thereby adding assay data to our database.”

Analytical and QA/QC Procedures

All samples were sent to ALS Geochemistry in Thunder Bay for preparation and analysis was performed in the ALS Vancouver analytical facility. ALS is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) for the Accreditation of Mineral Analysis Testing Laboratories and CAN-P-4E ISO/IEC 17025. Samples were analyzed for gold via fire assay with an AA finish (“Au-AA23”) and 48 pathfinder elements via ICP-MS after four-acid digestion (“ME-MS61”). Samples that assayed over 10 ppm Au were re-run via fire assay with a gravimetric finish (“Au-GRA21”).

In addition to ALS quality assurance / quality control (“QA/QC”) protocols, Goldshore has implemented a quality control program for all samples collected through the drilling program. The quality control program was designed by a qualified and independent third party, with a focus on the quality of analytical results for gold. Analytical results are received, imported to our secure on-line database and evaluated to meet our established guidelines to ensure that all sample batches pass industry best practice for analytical quality control. Certified reference materials are considered acceptable if values returned are within three standard deviations of the certified value reported by the manufacture of the material. In addition to the certified reference material, certified blank material is included in the sample stream to monitor contamination during sample preparation. Blank material results are assessed based on the returned gold result being less than ten times the quoted lower detection limit of the analytical method. The results of the on-going analytical quality control program are evaluated and reported to Goldshore by Orix Geoscience Inc.

About Goldshore

Goldshore is an emerging junior gold development company, and owns the Moss Lake Gold Project located in Ontario. Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. is currently a strategic shareholder of Goldshore with an approximate 22% equity position in the Company. Well-financed and supported by an industry-leading management group, board of directors and advisory board, Goldshore is positioned to advance the Moss Lake Gold Project through the next stages of exploration and development.

About the Moss Lake Gold Project

The Moss Lake Gold Project is located approximately 100 km west of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is accessed via Highway 11 which passes within 1 km of the property boundary to the north. The Moss Lake Gold Project covers 14,292 hectares and consists of 282 unpatented and patented mining claims.

Moss Lake hosts a number of gold and base metal rich deposits including the Moss Lake Deposit, the East Coldstream Deposit (Table 3), the historically producing North Coldstream Mine (Table 4), and the Hamlin Zone, all of which occur over a mineralized trend exceeding 20 km in length. A historical preliminary economic assessment was completed on Moss Lake in 2013 and published by Moss Lake Gold1. A historical mineral resource estimate was completed on the East Coldstream Deposit in 2011 by Foundation Resources Inc2,3. In addition to these zones, the Moss Lake Gold Project also hosts a number of under-explored mineral occurrences which are reported to exist both at surface and in historically drilled holes. The Moss Lake Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 2.5 km length and to depths of 300 m with 376 holes completed between 1983 and 2017. The last drilling program conducted in 2016 and 2017 by Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. (“Wesdome“), which consisted of widely spaced holes along the strike extension of the deposit was successful in expanding the mineralized footprint and hydrothermal system 1.6 km to the northeast. Additionally, the deposit remains largely open to depth. In 2017, Wesdome completed an induced polarization survey which traced the potential extensions of pyrite mineralization associated with the Moss Lake Deposit over a total strike length of 8 km and spanning the entire extent of the survey grids.

The East Coldstream Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which locally outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 1.3 km length and to depths of 200 m with 138 holes completed between 1988 and 2017. The deposit remains largely open at depth and may have the potential for expansion along strike. Historic drill hole highlights from the East Coldstream Deposit include 4.86 g/t Au over 27.3 m in C-10-15.

The historically producing North Coldstream Mine is reported to have produced significant amounts of copper, gold and silver4 from mineralization with potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. The exploration potential immediately surrounding the historic mining area is not currently well understood and historic data compilation is required.

The Hamlin Zone is a significant occurrence of copper and gold mineralization, and also of potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. Between 2008 and 2011, Glencore tested Hamlin with 24 drill holes which successfully outlined a broad and intermittently mineralized zone over a strike length of 900 m. Historic drill hole highlights from the Hamlin Zone include 0.9 g/t Au and 0.35% Cu over 150.7 m in HAM-11-75.

The Moss Lake, East Coldstream and North Coldstream deposits sit on a mineral trend marked by a regionally significant deformation zone locally referred to as the Wawiag Fault Zone in the area of the Moss Lake Deposit. This deformation zone occurs over a length of approximately 20 km on the Moss Lake Gold Project and there is an area spanning approximately 7 km between the Moss Lake and East Coldstream deposits that is significantly underexplored.

Table 3: Historical Mineral Resources1,2,3

INDICATEDINFERRED
DepositTonnesAu g/tAu ozTonnesAu g/tAu oz
Moss Lake Deposit1 (2013 resource estimate)
Open Pit Potential39,795,0001.11,377,30048,904,0001.01,616,300
Underground Potential1,461,1002.9135,400
Moss Lake Total39,795,0001.11,377,30050,364,0001.11,751,600
East Coldstream Deposit2 (2011 resource estimate)
East Coldstream Total3,516,7000.8596,40030,533,0000.78763,276
Combined Total43,311,7001.081,473,70080,897,0000.982,514,876

Notes:

(1) Source: Poirier, S., Patrick, G.A., Richard, P.L., and Palich, J., 2013. Technical Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Moss Lake Project, 43-101 technical report prepared for Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. Moss Lake Deposit resource estimate is based on 0.5 g/t Au cut-off grade for open pit and 2.0 g/t Au cut-off grade for underground resources.

(2) Source: McCracken, T., 2011. Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Osmani Gold Deposit, Coldstream Property, Northwestern Ontario, 43-101 technical report prepared for Foundation Resources Inc. and Alto Ventures Ltd. East Coldstream Deposit resource estimate is based on a 0.4 g/t Au cut-off grade.

(3) The reader is cautioned that the above referenced “historical mineral resource” estimates are considered historical in nature and as such is based on prior data and reports prepared by previous property owners. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimates as current resources and Goldshore is not treating the historical estimates as current resources. Significant data compilation, re-drilling, re-sampling and data verification may be required by a qualified person before the historical estimate on the Moss Lake Gold Project can be classified as a current resource. There can be no assurance that any of the historical mineral resources, in whole or in part, will ever become economically viable. In addition, mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Even if classified as a current resource, there is no certainty as to whether further exploration will result in any inferred mineral resources being upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource category.

Table 4: Reported Historical Production from the North Coldstream Deposit4

DepositTonnesCu %Au g/tAgCu lbsAu ozAg oz
Historical Production2,700,00001.890.565.59102,000,00044,000440,000

Note:

(4) Source: Schlanka, R., 1969. Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Deposits of Ontario, Mineral Resources Circular No. 12, Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 314-316.

Peter Flindell, MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President – Exploration of the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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

For More Information – Please Contact:

Brett A. Richards
President, Chief Executive Officer and Director
Goldshore Resources Inc.

P. +1 604 288 4416 M. +1 905 449 1500
E. brichards@goldshoreresources.com
W. www.goldshoreresources.com

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This news release contains statements that constitute “forward-looking statements.” Such forward looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors that may cause the Company’s actual results, performance or achievements, or developments to differ materially from the anticipated results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Forward-looking statements are statements that are not historical facts and are generally, but not always, identified by the words “expects,” “plans,” “anticipates,” “believes,” “intends,” “estimates,” “projects,” “potential” and similar expressions, or that events or conditions “will,” “would,” “may,” “could” or “should” occur.

Forward-looking statements in this news release include, among others, statements relating to expectations regarding the exploration and development of the Moss Lake Gold Project, and other statements that are not historical facts. By their nature, forward-looking statements involve known and unknown risks, uncertainties and other factors which may cause our actual results, performance or achievements, or other future events, to be materially different from any future results, performance or achievements expressed or implied by such forward-looking statements. Such factors and risks include, among others: the Company may require additional financing from time to time in order to continue its operations which may not be available when needed or on acceptable terms and conditions acceptable; compliance with extensive government regulation; domestic and foreign laws and regulations could adversely affect the Company’s business and results of operations; the stock markets have experienced volatility that often has been unrelated to the performance of companies and these fluctuations may adversely affect the price of the Company’s securities, regardless of its operating performance; and the impact of COVID-19.

The forward-looking information contained in this news release represents the expectations of the Company as of the date of this news release and, accordingly, is subject to change after such date. Readers should not place undue importance on forward-looking information and should not rely upon this information as of any other date. The Company undertakes no obligation to update these forward-looking statements in the event that management’s beliefs, estimates or opinions, or other factors, should change.

This news release does not constitute an offer to sell, or a solicitation of an offer to buy, any securities in the United States. The securities have not been and will not be registered under the United States Securities Act of 1933, as amended (the “U.S. Securities Act”) or any state securities laws and may not be offered or sold within the United States or to U.S. Persons unless registered under the U.S. Securities Act and applicable state securities laws or an exemption from such registration is available.

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Goldshore Reports Additional Step-Out Intercepts on the Margin of the Main Zone at Moss Lake, Ontario

Vancouver, British Columbia–(Newsfile Corp. – April 19, 2022) – Goldshore Resources Inc. (TSXV: GSHR) (OTCQB: GSHRF) (FSE: 8X00) (“Goldshore” or the “Company“), is pleased to announce assay results from its ongoing 100,000-meter drill program at the Moss Lake Project in Northwest Ontario, Canada. Drilling is aiming to better define and expand high-grade structural zones within the Moss Lake deposit in an attempt to improve the overall grade and volume beyond that of the historic Mineral Resource.

Key Highlights

  • Drilling of the Main Zone has expanded the zone and provided better definition for high grade corridors: Drilling within the Main Zone has continuity to improve the continuity and volume of high grade zones within the Main Zone. Highlight intercepts include:
    • 13.0m @ 1.25 g/t Au from 192.0m in MMD-22-011
    • 29.75m @ 1.03 g/t Au from 33.0m in MMD-22-012A
    • 13.0m @ 1.02 g/t Au from 238.0m in MMD-22-013
  • Parallel structures intersected on every section: Drilling continues to intersect new mineralized structures parallel to the main body of mineralization, within a 100 metre corridor along the northern hanging wall side of the Main Zone (see Plan View Figure 4).
  • Visible gold found in unsampled section of historic drillholes: Sampling of previously unsampled drill core has found visible gold confirming the Company’s belief that historic exploration missed parallel zones of mineralization. All assays from historic core remain pending.
  • West edge of the Main Zone defined: Drill holes MMD-21-010, MMD-22-011 and MMD-22-012A intersected a major post-mineralization structure that cuts the western edge of the Main Zone and most likely offsets mineralization to the south where it is reflected by the previously drilled Southwest Zone (See Figure 4).

Brett Richards, President and Chief Executive Officer of Goldshore commented“Once again, we are pleased to illustrate recent drill results from the Moss Lake Gold Project Inc., highlighting continued mineralization on the periphery of the historic resource in the main zone. Referring back to the high grade feeder system identified from the March 2, 2022 press release News: Goldshore Drills 6.3 g/t Au over 58.85m at Moss Lake (goldshoreresources.com) as well as the release on the VTEM geophysical survey indicating 29 new targets Technical Analysis: Goldshore’s VTEM Results Greatly Expand the Prospectivity (goldshoreresources.com), the consistency of the mineralization continues to illustrate the size and scale of the Moss Lake Project. The ongoing drilling is increasing our confidence in the extent and size of the high grade corridors within the main zone deposit to be incorporated into future resource updates and possible benefits to future mining. Additionally, the limited outside of the main zone has identified several potential parallel zones that remain open along strike and down dip and remain one of the focuses for this campaign. Also, the visible gold we are seeing in the historic core is a great indication of higher grade areas that will guide us towards a greater understanding of the geological controls in this system”.

Results have been received for drill holes MMD-21-010, MMD-22-011 and –012A evaluating the western margin to the Main Zone and holes MMD-22-013 and -015 testing the southern margin of the Main Zone. Significant drill intercepts are summarized in Tables 1 and 2, respectively, shown in Figures 1-3 as drill sections. Table 3 and Figure 4 show the location of the drill holes.



Figure 1: Drill section through MMD-22-011 showing mineralized intercepts relative to the 2013 grade model

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Figure 2: Drill section through MMD-22-013 showing mineralized intercepts relative to the 2013 grade model

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Figure 3: Drill section through MMD-22-015 showing mineralized intercepts relative to the 2013 grade model

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Figure 4: Drill plan showing the drill holes relative to the 2013 resource model and historic drill hole location

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Table 1: Significant downhole gold intercepts along western margin of Main Zone

HOLE IDFROMTOHOLE
LENGTH
(m)
TRUE
WIDTH

(m)
CUT
GRADE
(g/t Au)
UNCUT
GRADE
(g/t Au)
MMD-21-01038.1542.003.8520.340.34
MMD-22-011163.00166.103.1010.540.54
190.45231.3540.90190.540.54
including192.00205.0013.0061.251.25
395.20429.0033.80160.510.51
502.00508.006.0030.420.42
525.00537.5512.5560.310.31
548.45596.7548.30230.340.34
including560.00562.552.5511.591.59
621.50625.403.9020.310.31
661.00664.003.0020.540.54
723.25726.002.7510.850.85
758.00760.202.2010.610.61
777.70780.903.2020.430.43
794.00825.0031.00161.071.07
including795.00807.0012.0062.182.18
MMD-22-012A150.00152.002.0020.650.65
296.00298.002.0020.390.39
329.65336.006.3550.490.49
352.00358.956.9561.981.98
including358.55358.950.40028.828.8
377.85382.004.1530.730.73
410.00412.002.0020.540.54
474.00484.5010.5090.410.41
including479.00481.002.0021.111.11
Intersections calculated above a 0.3 g/t Au cut off with a top cut of 30 g/t Au and a maximum internal waste interval of 10 metres. Bordered intervals are intersections calculated above a 1.0 g/t Au cut off. Intervals in bold are those with a grade thickness factor exceeding 20 gram x metres / tonne gold. True widths are approximate and assume a subvertical body.

Table 2: Significant downhole gold intercepts along southern margin of Main Zone

HOLE IDFROMTOHOLE
LENGTH
(m)
TRUE
WIDTH

(m)
CUT
GRADE
(g/t Au)
UNCUT
GRADE
(g/t Au)
MMD-22-01333.0062.7529.75211.031.03
including48.0062.7514.75111.711.71
75.0088.0013.0090.350.35
92.00116.0024.00170.760.76
including98.0098.400.40929.629.6
126.65198.8072.15530.370.37
216.00259.0043.00320.540.54
including225.80227.802.0011.501.50
and238.00251.0013.00101.021.02
333.00337.004.0030.420.42
421.40454.6533.25260.320.32
463.00481.6518.65150.320.32
including470.00473.003.0021.221.22
509.00511.002.0020.370.37
MMD-22-01531.0036.005.0040.400.40
59.0084.0025.00190.670.67
including61.0063.002.0021.941.94
and78.0080.502.5021.291.29
99.20149.0049.80380.350.35
including105.40108.503.1021.461.46
160.00179.9019.90150.810.81
including160.00167.007.0051.471.47
223.00225.002.0020.450.45
340.70344.804.1030.770.77
446.50458.0011.5090.400.40
482.00484.002.0020.550.55
491.95494.002.0520.450.45
530.65534.904.2541.111.11
Intersections calculated above a 0.3 g/t Au cut off with a top cut of 30 g/t Au and a maximum internal waste interval of 10 metres. Bordered intervals are intersections calculated above a 1.0 g/t Au cut off. Intervals in bold are those with a grade thickness factor exceeding 20 gram x metres / tonne gold. True widths are approximate and assume a subvertical body.

Table 3: Location of drillholes

HOLEEASTNORTHRLAZIMUTHDIPEOH
MMD-21-0106683575378845437135-45501,0m
MMD-22-0116686595379089428155-65840.0m
MMD-22-012A6684535378938429135-45497.0m
MMD-22-0136690135379180427155-45513.0m
MMD-22-0156691285379246427155-45551.95m
Approximate collar coordinates in NAD 83, Zone 15N

MMD-21-010 and MMD-22-012A drilled the western extension of the Main Zone. MMD-22-012A is a redrill of MMD-22-012 that was lost in overburden. MMD-22-011 drilled at -65° beneath MMD-21-006 (reported on January 28, 2022) and skirted the northwestern margin of the mineralization model estimated by InnovExplor in 2013.

All three holes intersected zones of altered and mineralized diorite with local zones of higher grade (e.g., 0.4m @ 28.8 g/t Au from 358.55m in MMD-22-012A), showing that the mineralized system continues. MMD-22-011 intersected mineralized diorite to a greater depth than the InnovExplor 2013 model, as well as the now familiar parallel high grade structure to the south of the Main Zone (31.0m @ 1.07 g/t Au from 794m depth). While this intersection is deep, the structure almost certainly extends to surface as is indicated by drilling on parallel sections.

The drillholes are notable for intersecting a major post-mineralization fault zone that shaves the western edge of the Main Zone and most likely offsets mineralization to the south where it is reflected by the previously drilled Southwest Zone.

MMD-22-013 and MMD-22-015 were drilled at -45° along the southern margin of the Main Zone. MMD-22-013 was drilled above MMD-21-008 (reported on March 2, 2022), which returned several high grade intercepts.

Both holes intersected strongly altered diorite with low grade gold mineralization sandwiched between the variably altered volcaniclastic wallrock sequence. They also intersected the parallel structural zone to the south of the Main Zone. Local high grades were also intersected (e.g., 0.4m @ 29.6 g/t Au from 98.0m in MMD-22-013).

Goldshore has been logging historic core throughout this campaign to maximise the value of the historic drill core. As part of this program, the team has commenced resampling sections of historic core that were not sampled in the past. This has been driven by the recognition of additional zones of mineralization that were previously ignored.

Recently, the team discovered visible gold in quartz-pyrite veinlets in drillhole NS-92-247 at 546.9 meters depth (Figure 5). This highlights the potential for high grades in previously unrecognized zones parallel to the main targets. In this case, it is a parallel structure along the northern edge of the QES Zone.



Figure 5: Visible gold in quartz-pyrite veinlet in NS-92-247

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Peter Flindell, VP Exploration commented“These assay results come from our pre-winter drilling programme, which largely tested the margins of the main zone. Drilling continues to show the continuity of mineralization within the main zone and the existence of mineralization in a southern parallel zone, which we hope points to a larger mineralized volume and potentially a much bigger project.”

Analytical and QA/QC Procedures

All samples were sent to ALS Geochemistry in Thunder Bay for preparation and analysis was performed in the ALS Vancouver analytical facility. ALS is accredited by the Standards Council of Canada (SCC) for the Accreditation of Mineral Analysis Testing Laboratories and CAN-P-4E ISO/IEC 17025. Samples were analyzed for gold via fire assay with an AA finish (“Au-AA23”) and 48 pathfinder elements via ICP-MS after four-acid digestion (“ME-MS61”). Samples that assayed over 10 ppm Au were re-run via fire assay with a gravimetric finish (“Au-GRA21”).

In addition to ALS quality assurance / quality control (“QA/QC”) protocols, Goldshore has implemented a quality control program for all samples collected through the drilling program. The quality control program was designed by a qualified and independent third party, with a focus on the quality of analytical results for gold. Analytical results are received, imported to our secure on-line database and evaluated to meet our established guidelines to ensure that all sample batches pass industry best practice for analytical quality control. Certified reference materials are considered acceptable if values returned are within three standard deviations of the certified value reported by the manufacture of the material. In addition to the certified reference material, certified blank material is included in the sample stream to monitor contamination during sample preparation. Blank material results are assessed based on the returned gold result being less than ten times the quoted lower detection limit of the analytical method. The results of the on-going analytical quality control program are evaluated and reported to Goldshore by Orix Geoscience Inc.

About Goldshore

Goldshore is an emerging junior gold development company, and owns the Moss Lake Gold Project located in Ontario. Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. is currently a strategic shareholder of Goldshore with an approximate 22% equity position in the Company. Well-financed and supported by an industry-leading management group, board of directors and advisory board, Goldshore is positioned to advance the Moss Lake Gold Project through the next stages of exploration and development.

About the Moss Lake Gold Project

The Moss Lake Gold Project is located approximately 100 km west of the city of Thunder Bay, Ontario. It is accessed via Highway 11 which passes within 1 km of the property boundary to the north. The Moss Lake Gold Project covers 14,292 hectares and consists of 282 unpatented and patented mining claims.

Moss Lake hosts a number of gold and base metal rich deposits including the Moss Lake Deposit, the East Coldstream Deposit (Table 4), the historically producing North Coldstream Mine (Table 5), and the Hamlin Zone, all of which occur over a mineralized trend exceeding 20 km in length. A historical preliminary economic assessment was completed on Moss Lake in 2013 and published by Moss Lake Gold1. A historical mineral resource estimate was completed on the East Coldstream Deposit in 2011 by Foundation Resources Inc2,3. In addition to these zones, the Moss Lake Gold Project also hosts a number of under-explored mineral occurrences which are reported to exist both at surface and in historically drilled holes. The Moss Lake Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 2.5 km length and to depths of 300 m with 376 holes completed between 1983 and 2017. The last drilling program conducted in 2016 and 2017 by Wesdome Gold Mines Ltd. (“Wesdome“), which consisted of widely spaced holes along the strike extension of the deposit was successful in expanding the mineralized footprint and hydrothermal system 1.6 km to the northeast. Additionally, the deposit remains largely open to depth. In 2017, Wesdome completed an induced polarization survey which traced the potential extensions of pyrite mineralization associated with the Moss Lake Deposit over a total strike length of 8 km and spanning the entire extent of the survey grids.

The East Coldstream Deposit is a shear-hosted disseminated-style gold deposit which locally outcrops at surface. It has been drilled over a 1.3 km length and to depths of 200 m with 138 holes completed between 1988 and 2017. The deposit remains largely open at depth and may have the potential for expansion along strike. Historic drill hole highlights from the East Coldstream Deposit include 4.86 g/t Au over 27.3 m in C-10-15.

The historically producing North Coldstream Mine is reported to have produced significant amounts of copper, gold and silver4 from mineralization with potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. The exploration potential immediately surrounding the historic mining area is not currently well understood and historic data compilation is required.

The Hamlin Zone is a significant occurrence of copper and gold mineralization, and also of potential iron-oxide-copper-gold deposit style affinity. Between 2008 and 2011, Glencore tested Hamlin with 24 drill holes which successfully outlined a broad and intermittently mineralized zone over a strike length of 900 m. Historic drill hole highlights from the Hamlin Zone include 0.9 g/t Au and 0.35% Cu over 150.7 m in HAM-11-75.

The Moss Lake, East Coldstream and North Coldstream deposits sit on a mineral trend marked by a regionally significant deformation zone locally referred to as the Wawiag Fault Zone in the area of the Moss Lake Deposit. This deformation zone occurs over a length of approximately 20 km on the Moss Lake Gold Project and there is an area spanning approximately 7 km between the Moss Lake and East Coldstream deposits that is significantly underexplored.

Table 4: Historical Mineral Resources1,2,3

INDICATEDINFERRED
DepositTonnesAu g/tAu ozTonnesAu g/tAu oz
Moss Lake Deposit1 (2013 resource estimate)
Open Pit Potential39,795,0001.11,377,30048,904,0001.01,616,300
Underground Potential1,461,1002.9135,400
Moss Lake Total39,795,0001.11,377,30050,364,0001.11,751,600
East Coldstream Deposit2 (2011 resource estimate)
East Coldstream Total3,516,7000.8596,40030,533,0000.78763,276
Combined Total43,311,7001.081,473,70080,897,0000.982,514,876

Notes:
(1) Source: Poirier, S., Patrick, G.A., Richard, P.L., and Palich, J., 2013. Technical Report and Preliminary Economic Assessment for the Moss Lake Project, 43-101 technical report prepared for Moss Lake Gold Mines Ltd. Moss Lake Deposit resource estimate is based on 0.5 g/t Au cut-off grade for open pit and 2.0 g/t Au cut-off grade for underground resources.

(2) Source: McCracken, T., 2011. Technical Report and Resource Estimate on the Osmani Gold Deposit, Coldstream Property, Northwestern Ontario, 43-101 technical report prepared for Foundation Resources Inc. and Alto Ventures Ltd. East Coldstream Deposit resource estimate is based on a 0.4 g/t Au cut-off grade.

(3) The reader is cautioned that the above referenced “historical mineral resource” estimates are considered historical in nature and as such is based on prior data and reports prepared by previous property owners. A qualified person has not done sufficient work to classify the historical estimates as current resources and Goldshore is not treating the historical estimates as current resources. Significant data compilation, re-drilling, re-sampling and data verification may be required by a qualified person before the historical estimate on the Moss Lake Gold Project can be classified as a current resource. There can be no assurance that any of the historical mineral resources, in whole or in part, will ever become economically viable. In addition, mineral resources are not mineral reserves and do not have demonstrated economic viability. Even if classified as a current resource, there is no certainty as to whether further exploration will result in any inferred mineral resources being upgraded to an indicated or measured mineral resource category.

Table 5: Reported Historical Production from the North Coldstream Deposit4

DepositTonnesCu %Au g/tAgCu lbsAu ozAg oz
Historical Production2,700,00001.890.565.59102,000,00044,000440,000

Note::
(4) Source: Schlanka, R., 1969. Copper, Nickel, Lead and Zinc Deposits of Ontario, Mineral Resources Circular No. 12, Ontario Geological Survey, pp. 314-316.

Peter Flindell, MAusIMM, MAIG, Vice President – Exploration of the Company, a qualified person under NI 43-101 has approved the scientific and technical information contained in this news release.

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Goldshore Resources Inc.

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