Stakeholder Announces Option Agreement on Goldstorm Property in Elko, Nevada

Toronto, Canada, March 8, 2017 – Stakeholder Gold Corp. (“Stakeholder Gold” or the “Corporation”) (TSX-V: SRC) is pleased to announce it has entered into a property option agreement (the “Agreement”) with  Mountain View Gold Inc. (“MVG”) and Mountain View Gold Corp. (“Mountain View”), a wholly-owned subsidiary of MVG, pursuant to which Mountain View has granted the Corporation an option to earn up to a 100% interest in Mountain View’s Goldstorm property (the “Property”), located in Elko County, Nevada. The transactions contemplated by the Agreement are conditional upon and subject to the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange.

The Agreement


First Option

Under the terms of the Agreement, the Corporation has the sole exclusive right and option to earn an initial 40% interest in the Property (the “First Option”), by: (i) paying to Mountain View cash consideration in the amount of $40,000, (ii) issuing to Mountain View 1,250,000 common shares in the capital of the Corporation (the “Common Shares”), (iii) issuing to Mountain View an additional 1,250,000 Common Shares on the nine month anniversary of the date of the Agreement, and (iv) incurring certain exploration expenditures on the Property of not less than $750,000 within 12 months of the effective date of the Agreement or by paying to Mountain View the balance of such amount not incurred by the Corporation prior to that date.

Second Option

Following the completion of the First Option, the Corporation has the option to earn a further 40% interest in the Property (the “Second Option”), by: (i) issuing to Mountain View 1,750,000 Common Shares upon the date of exercise (the “Second Option Exercise Date”), (ii) issuing to Mountain View an additional 1,750,000 Common Shares on the three month anniversary of the Second Option Exercise Date, (iii) incurring certain exploration expenditures on the Property of not less than $750,000 within nine months of the Second Option Exercise Date or by paying to Mountain View the balance of such dropping football odds amount not incurred by the Corporation prior to that date, and (iv) delivering a technical report relating to the Property.

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Third Option

Following the completion of the Second Option, the Corporation has the option to earn a further 20% interest in the Property (the “Third Option”),  by either: (i) paying to Mountain View cash consideration equal to $20 per ounce of gold or gold equivalent multiplied by the total ounces of gold or gold equivalent (measured, indicated and inferred) on the Property as set out in a technical report, to be dated no later than 60 days prior to the exercise date of the Third Option, or (ii) issuing to Mountain View 3,000,000 Common Shares.

The Property

The Property is located in the Snowstorm Mountains Mining District in the western part of Elko County, Nevada. The center of the Property is approximately 17 km northwest of the town of Midas, the location of Klondex’s Ken Snyder (“Midas”) underground gold mine and approximately 18 km east-northeast of Newmont’s open pit Twin Creeks gold mine.

The Property contains numerous historic prospects with no obvious production; the earliest known exploration dates to 1907. There was no activity on the Property between the 1930’s and 1980. An aeromagnetic survey, along with trenching, was conducted in the 1980’s. Drilling exploration commenced in 1989 and was conducted by various companies through 2000. Geologic mapping was published in 1993. Mexivada acquired the Property in 2007, and West Kirkland Mining leased the Property in 2010 and drilled two core holes.

Of a total of 53 holes drilled on the Property, only 3 were core holes. The bulk of the percussion (open hole) and reverse circulation (RC) drilling was performed along a dominantly east-west trending structural zone located from 500 m to 1,000 m north of the current target area. A boulder train, yielding results as high as 39 g/t Au occurs along this northern trend, but drilling failed to identify the source.

In 2010, West Kirkland Mining drilled two core holes on the Property. DH-2010-1 is located on the Clayton Veins system, situated about 1 km south-southwest of the northern zone. Beginning at 64.4 m depth, the hole intercepted a 2m vein zone that assayed 5.5 g/t Au, including a 1 m interval @ 9.27 g/t Au and 73 g/t Ag. The Clayton Veins system trends NW-SE and has been tested by only this one drill hole. The parallel Prochnau Veins system, located about 300 m to the NE, has not yet been drill-tested. Both these vein systems are open to the NW and SE, and evidence of veining has been traced over 2,000 m strike length.

The exploration target/model for the Property is based on the Midas mine located about 16 km (10 miles) to the south-east. Goldstorm sits near the intersection of three important gold-bearing structural corridors: the Getchell Trend; the Carlin/Midas Trend; and the Northern Nevada Rift. It is interpreted that the intercept in hole DH-2010-1 is near the top of a blind, potentially high grade shoot similar to the geological setting observed at the Midas Mine.

About Stakeholder Gold

Stakeholder Gold is a Canadian mineral exploration company headquartered in Toronto, Canada. The primary focus of the Corporation is to explore and develop the Ballarat Gold Property in the White Gold District of the Yukon Territory.

For further information, please contact

Christopher J. Berlet, CFA

President & CEO

416 525 – 6869


Forward Looking Information

This news release contains forward-looking information. All information, other than information of historical fact, constitute “forward-looking statements” and includes any information that addresses activities, events or developments that the Corporation believes, expects or anticipates will or may occur in the future including the Corporation’s strategy, plans or future financial or operating performance.


When used in this news release, the words “estimate”, “project”, “anticipate”, “expect”, “intend”, “believe”, “hope”, “may” and similar expressions, as well as “will”, “shall” and other indications of future tense, are intended to identify forward-looking information. The forward-looking information is based on current expectations and applies only as of the date on which they were made. The factors that could cause actual results to differ materially from those indicated in such forward-looking information include, but are not limited to, the ability of the Corporation to fund the exploration expenditures required under the Agreement and obtaining TSX Venture Exchange approval of the Agreement and the transactions contemplated therein. Other factors such as uncertainties regarding government regulations could also affect the results. Other risks may be set out in the Corporation’s annual financial statements, MD&A and other publicly filed documents.


The Corporation cautions that there can be no assurance that forward-looking information will prove to be accurate, as actual results and future events could differ materially from those anticipated in such information. Accordingly, investors should not place undue reliance on forward-looking information. Except as required by law, the Corporation does not assume any obligation to release publicly any revisions to forward-looking information contained in this press release to reflect events or circumstances after the date hereof.

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

2 Replies to “Stakeholder Announces Option Agreement on Goldstorm Property in Elko, Nevada”

  1. Dear Sirs,

    I have been a stock holder for approximately one year. I am pleased to hear your news about Goldstorm. However, I do have some comments or questions as follows:

    1. If the opportunity at Goldstorm is so strong, why did not some of the former property owners conduct the needed exploration? Could it be as simple as they did not have the funds or could not arrange financing?

    2. Why hasn’t some mining company with deep pockets scooped up this opp by now? Such as Newmont next door?

    3. Speaking of funds, how does SKHRF have the needed funds for the Goldstorm exploration? I would guess any funds existing from last summer would be needed for this summer’s work at Ballarat. Will new funds be raised through more private share offerings?

    4. Would the approximately 6 to 9,000,000 shares of stock that SKHRF would issue to MVG over the next 12 to 13 months result in dilution of our current shares? Perhaps that won’t matter if the share price moves greatly higher?

    5. Are we singing the same song here but second verse. We have a spec opp at Ballarat that has not hit as yet but the potential is still there. We now have a second spec opp at Goldstorm that also has to be developed and may or may not hit. Of course, if either opp finds gold, then our share price will increase based on that fact. Until then, we are left only with the speculation of success to drive up the SP. I am not complaining, rather, just trying to clearly see the situation.

    6. I guess the best case scenario is that SKHRF finds substantial gold this summer at Ballarat and then at Goldstorm during the year of the first option. In the meantime, what type of plans does the company have for promoting the potential value of the stock to the buying public?

    I do appreciate your attention and effort.

    Bob Vowell

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