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Quadro Resources Ltd. engages in the acquisition, exploration, and development of mineral properties in Canada. It holds 100% interest in the Staghorn gold property consists of 289 claim units located in southwestern Newfoundland. The company was formerly known as Tri-Gold Resources Corp. and changed its name to Quadro Resources Ltd. in May 2009. Quadro Resources Ltd. is headquartered in Vancouver, Canada.

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Quadro Resources Ltd. Reports Earnings Results for the Third Quarter Ended April 30, 2019

Quadro Resources Ltd. announced earnings results for the third quarter ended April 30, 2019. For the third quarter, the company announced net loss was CAD 79,574 compared to CAD 98,429 a year ago. For the nine months, net loss was CAD 187,875 compared to CAD 271,240 a year ago.

Quadro Resources Ltd. Reports Earnings Results for the Second Quarter Ended January 31, 2019

Quadro Resources Ltd. announced earnings results for the second quarter ended January 31, 2019. For the second quarter, the company announced net loss was CAD 51,980 compared to CAD 113,831 a year ago. For the half year, net loss was CAD 108,301 compared to CAD 172,811 a year ago. Basic eps - continuing operations was CAD 0 compared to basic loss per share from continuing operations of CAD 0.01 a year ago.

Quadro Reports Results from Second Phase Drilling

Quadro Resources Ltd. reported results from its second phase diamond drill program on the Staghorn Gold Property located in southwestern Newfoundland. A total of 887 metres was completed in five holes. Highlights from the drilling was the intersection of a 50 metre wide graphitic schist/breccia zone carrying anomalous gold including 0.94 gpt Au over 3.0 m. This drill program targeted previously untested portions of the Cape Ray Fault (CRF) system which transects Quadro's claims over a 20 km strike length. The initial three holes (ST18-01,02 and 03) completed a "stratigraphic" fence across the interpreted CRF zone in proximity to the Ryan's Hammer area, where previous sampling had defined a cluster of high-grade gold values up to 32.15 gpt Au in brecciated and foliated diorite. Hole ST18-04 was a 100 metre step-out and ST18-05 tested a gold-in-soil anomaly, 9 km to the southwest. The highlight from this drilling was from DDH ST18-01 which intersected a brecciated and sulphide rich mineralized section within a graphitic schist zone. The 50 m graphitic zone was anomalous in gold (0.145 gpt over 50.0m) with an internal brecciated zone assaying 0.94 gpt over 3.0 meters from 218.5m to 221.5m. The section is described as poly-metallic with minor amounts of chalcopyrite, sphalerite and arsenopyrite, however ICP analysis results are pending. Results from the other holes were negative with only isolated gold values up to 0.255 gpt Au (over 0.4m). Additional drilling is being contemplated to better test the known gold trends and other targets on the Staghorn property. To date Quadro's drilling has been limited to the Woods Lake Zone and this recent drilling concentrating on the Ryan's Hammer area. Future drilling will target extensions of the graphitic breccia zone, additional areas around the high-grade Ryan's Hammer mineralization and the Mark's Pond area where a strong soil anomaly (up to 7,000 ppb Au) is coincident with the northern edge of a diorite plug and the regionally significant Rogerson Lake conglomerate. This target was slated to be tested in the latest drill campaign however wet conditions made access impractical. The Cape Ray Fault structure is a regionally extensive `break` and hosts a number of recently discovered gold deposits and prospects. The most advanced of these is Marathon Gold's Valentine Lake deposit with latest published resources of 2,691,400 oz Au indicated and measured and 1,531,600 oz Au inferred (Marathon Gold`s website). Other hot spots along the fault includes Matador Mining`s Cape Ray deposits and Sokomon Iron`s Moosehead Project where recent drilling intersected 44.96 gpt Au over 11.9m. QRO acknowledges the financial support of the JEA Program, Department of Natural Resources, Government of Newfoundland and Labrador.


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