VANCOUVER, BRITISH COLUMBIA – June 8, 2017 – Secova Metals Corp. (“Secova” or the “Company“) (TSXV: SEK, Frankfurt: N4UN, USA: SEKZF) is pleased to report that the Company recently completed a site visit to the Duvay/Chenier Gold Project in Amos, Quebec. CEO & Chairman Brad Kitchen and President Morgan Good were joined by Longford Exploration’s President James Rogers and its Consultant Terry Coyle, along with Laura-Lee Duffett, President of Secova’s joint-venture partner Tres-Or Resources Ltd. (TSXV: TRS) and independent geologist Harrison Cookenboo.
The reconnaissance visit signified the commencement of the first phase of the Company’s initial drilling program. Last year Secova completed an in-depth data compilation which included logging 330 historical drill holes and combining the high-powered IPower-3D Induced Polarization survey results that created a 3D model illustrating the current drill targets. Below is a map (view on the website at http://secovametals.com/duvaychenier/duvay_chenier_map_with_drill_targets) where to the northern part of the 7,766-hectare property you can see the t-shaped area where the survey was completed.
The IPower 3D survey indicated mineralization in the area from surface to a depth of at least 400 metres. Historical work (including 330 drill holes and exploration mine shafts with two levels) was limited to a depth of about 100m.
Photographs of the visit have been added to the company’s website at http://secovametals.com/duvaychenier
“This is a very exciting time for the company and its shareholders. Management has gone about the company exploration and acquisition plans in the most methodical way to preserve capital and create value. From last year’s expansion of the Duvay to include the Chenier claims, re-negotiating the terms of our joint-venture agreement with Tres-Or Resources and securing key personnel, the Company is now ready to move forward with Secova’s first drill program.” CEO and Chairman Brad Kitchen stated.
About Secova Metals Corp.
Secova Metals Corp. is a Canadian gold exploration company focused on building a strong asset base through exploration of undervalued gold projects in Canada. Management has demonstrated expertise in advancing gold exploration projects into acquisition targets, most notably in the province of Quebec. Secova has the exclusive right and option to acquire from Tres-Or Resources Inc. (“Tres-Or”), an undivided 65% right, title and interest in the contiguous Duvay/Chenier Gold Projects. Secova can earn up to 90% of the property (an additional 25% ownership) by funding a pre-feasibility study after the initial exploration expenditures to bring the property towards production. The Company has a total contiguous land package of 174 claims covering over 7,766 hectares (17,458 acres) of land. Duvay/Chenier is located in the Abitibi gold belt, one of Quebec’s premier mining jurisdictions. The Company has plans to advance the development of Duvay/Chenier as well as seek other avenues of growth through acquisition and mergers. The Company also has 100% ownership of the Eagle River project which is adjacent to and on-trend to several gold projects in the Windfall Lake district of Urban Barry in Quebec.
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On Behalf of the Board of Directors,
SECOVA METALS CORP.
Chairman, CEO and Director
Tel: +1 604-558-5397
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