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Evrim Resources Corp. operates as a mineral exploration company in Mexico, southwestern United States, and western Canada. It primarily explores for copper, gold, silver, molybdenum, and precious and base metal deposits. The company owns a 100% interest in the Axe project covering an area of 4,938 hectares located in south central British Columbia, Canada; and the Lemon Lake copper-gold project covering an area of approximately 2,646 hectares located in central British Columbia, Canada. It also has interests in various projects located in Sonora, Durango, and Sinaloa states in Mexico. The company was formerly known as Avaranta Resources Ltd. and changed its name to Evrim Resources Corp. in December 2010. Evrim Resources Corp. was incorporated in 2005 and is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

Founded in 2005

evrim resources corp (EVM) Top Compensated Officers

President, CEO & Director
Total Annual Compensation: C$274.0K
Chief Financial Officer
Total Annual Compensation: C$230.3K
Vice President of New Opportunities & Explora...
Total Annual Compensation: C$230.8K
Vice President of Technical Services
Total Annual Compensation: C$186.0K
Compensation as of Fiscal Year 2018.
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Evrim Resources Corp. Acquires Lemon Lake Copper-Gold Project in British Columbia, Canada

Evrim Resources Corp. announced that it has acquired a 100% interest in the Lemon Lake copper-gold project in central British Columbia, Canada. Lemon Lake was identified through company’s copper porphyry target review and was acquired in late 2018. The project is located in an area of producing mines and deposits in the Quesnellia Terrane and contains a drill ready porphyry target. Project Highlights: A 2,646 hectare project prospective for copper-gold porphyry deposits. Located 34 kilometres southeast of the Mt. Polley mine and 13 kilometres northeast of the Woodjam deposit cluster. Porphyry alteration and copper and gold geochemistry masked by shallow till cover. Historic drilling intersected 21.3 metres of 0.25% copper from 21 metres downhole and was not assayed for gold or followed up. A recent Induced Polarization (“IP”) target coincident with alteration and geochemistry indicates historic drilling only clipped the outer edge of the target.

Evrim Acquires La Lola Low Sulphidation Gold-Silver Project in Sonora, Mexico

Evrim Resources Corp. announced the acquisition of the La Lola gold-silver project in northern Sonora, Mexico. La Lola was identified and staked through Evrim’s generative programs in 2018 and consolidated through third party agreements in 2019. The project is located along the northern Sierra Madre Gold Belt and contains a five by five kilometre low sulphidation vein field with historic workings. A large 6,309 hectare land package prospective for low sulphidation epithermal gold and silver mineralization. The project contains the “La Barra” vein that extends for over five kilometres on the west side of the property and locally up to 40 metres wide. Reconnaissance sampling indicates high grade precious metals within the La Barra vein system with a 58.0 grams per tonne (“g/t”) gold sample taken from a historic dump and a 424 g/t silver sample taken from hanging wall structures. The project has never seen any drilling or modern exploration. The La Lola project is located ten kilometres southeast of the town of Esqueda, north of Grupo Mexico’s La Caridad copper mine, northeast of SilverCrest’s Las Chispas deposit, and west of Oceanus Resources’ El Tigre epithermal vein project. La Lola has road access and was historically mined for fluorite and manganese along the La Barra vein. A systematic soil survey returned gold anomalies in soil of up to 43 parts per billion (“ppb”) gold along the La Barra vein (ranging from <5 to 43 ppb) and up to 123 ppb gold (ranging from <5 to 123 ppb) in the eastern Adaena alteration zone. A large silver anomaly over 500 ppb silver occurs in the hanging wall to the La Barra vein. Pathfinder geochemistry and quartz textures indicate the shallow erosional level that has the potential to overlie a boiling zone bonanza target at depth.

Evrim Resources Corp. Auditor Raises 'Going Concern' Doubt

Evrim Resources Corp. filed its Annual on Apr 18, 2019 for the period ending Dec 31, 2018. In this report its auditor, Smythe Ratcliffe, gave an unqualified opinion expressing doubt that the company can continue as a going concern.


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