Ethos Gold Appoints Jodie Gibson as Technical Advisor on Toogood Project, Newfoundland
August 12, 2021
Vancouver, BC – August 12, 2021, Ethos Gold Corp. (“Ethos” or the “Company”) (TSXV: ECC; OTCQB: ETHOF; Frankfurt: 1ET) has appointed Jodie Gibson to its technical advisory team, and will be focused on the Toogood project in Newfoundland.
Mr. Gibson is an exploration geologist with over 15 years mineral exploration experience throughout the North American Cordillera from Alaska to Mexico; including syngenetic and epigenetic precious and base metal systems. He was the Project Manager of the Underworld Resources Inc. exploration team that discovered and defined the Golden Saddle and Arc deposits. These assets were subsequently sold to Kinross in 2010 for $139 million., Mr. Gibson also served as Vice President Exploration for White Gold Corp where he oversaw over $30 million in exploration activities over the previous three years with highlights including expansion of the Golden Saddle and Arc deposits and five new discoveries across the White Gold district; including the high-grade Vertigo discovery on the JP Ross property. Jodie was recognized as the 2020 Yukon Prospector of the Year and is currently Vice President Exploration for K2 Gold Corp
Dr. Rob Carpenter stated: “Jodie has a significant track record of success and discovery for high grade gold deposits and his experience and skillset will fit perfectly with our technical team. Ethos has now assembled a diverse technical team that is as good as any group in junior mining today and I look forward to the coming months at Toogood.”
About Ethos Gold Corp.
Ethos Gold, a Discovery Group company, has accumulated a portfolio of district-scale projects in British Columbia, Ontario, Quebec, and Newfoundland that have large scale discovery potential. The Company has a solid technical team led by Dr. Rob Carpenter, formerly the CEO of Kaminak Gold Corporation, who led the Kaminak team from initial listing in 2005 through acquisition and discovery of the multiple-million-ounce Coffee Gold Project. In Ethos, he has assembled a senior technical advisory team with a strong record of discovery success and includes Dr. Robert Brozdowski, P.Geo., Dan MacNeil, M.Sc., P.Geo., Dr. Alan Wainwright, P.Geo, and Dr. Quinton Hennigh, an economic geologist with 25 years of exploration experience formerly with Homestake Mining Company, Newcrest Mining and Newmont Mining Corp. Ethos is advancing its nine projects throughout Canada under the stewardship of Vice President of Exploration, Jo Price, P.Geo., MBA, with work programs underway this summer with dedicated teams on each project.
Ethos engages proactively with Indigenous rightsholders and seeks to develop relationships and agreements that are mutually beneficial. The Company’s community relations efforts are led by Michelle Tanguay who has over 25 years experience in indigenous and stakeholder engagement and environmental program design and management.
With approximately C$11 million in working capital, Ethos is well funded to advance its portfolio of Canadian projects.
Ethos Gold Corp.
Per: “Alex Heath”
Alex Heath, CFA, President and CEO
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