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Westhaven Webinar
Join Westhaven Gold CEO Gareth Thomas, Exploration Manager Peter Fischl, and our guest moderator Robert Sinn to get the latest insights on our high-grade drill results from the Shovelnose and Skoonka Creek property along the emerging Spences Bridge Gold Belt in southern British Columbia, Canada.


> Discovery hole: 17.77 metres of 24.50 g/t gold and 107.92 g/t silver as well as 46.20m of 8.95 g/t gold and 65.47 g/t silver

> Best hole ever: 23.03m of 37.24 g/t gold and 209.52 g/t silver including 1.12m of 294 g/t gold and 2,110 g/t silver

> January 17th: 6.20 metres of 73.51 g/t gold within 12.00 metres of 39.42 g/t gold

> C$8 million cash from a recent financing package with Franco-Nevada

> Skoonka gold property drilled 5.66m of 6.83 g/t gold, including 2.77m of 12.35 g/t gold with an epithermal gold system extending 1.6km in strike length and remains open to both the northeast and southwest

You will learn more about the drill programs planned for 2023 and we encourage live participants to submit questions for the investor Q&A session. A recording of the webcast will be available for anyone who registers.


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Gareth Thomas
President, CEO and Director @Westhaven Gold Corp.
Gareth Thomas has been involed in the mining exploration industry for over 20 years. He has worked with numerous public companies in project management, business development and property acquisitions. Mr. Thomas is the Co-Founder of Westhaven Gold Corp. and he has been instrumental in building the company and its dominant land package on the Spences Bridge Gold Belt.
Robert Sinn
Robert Sinn is a 20 year veteran trader & portfolio manager focused on US/Canadian equities, precious metals, junior mining, and biotech.
Peter Fischl, P.Geo
Exploration Manager @Westhaven Gold Corp.
Peter has 30 years of Canadian and International exploration experience. Past ~20 years has been largely concentrated on epithermal gold deposits including Kupol/Dvoinoye (Russia), Hollister (Carlin Trend, Nevada), and Harmony/Cinola (BC). He is the recipient of the 2019 H.H. “Spud” Huestis Award for significant contributions to enhancing the mineral resources of BC and/or Yukon Territory.