August 31, 2006 Based on the success of this initial drill program, announced that further work will be directed to tracing and evaluating the Thea 17 gold zone to the south and down-dip.
May 31, 2004 Drilling, expected to begin in June, will test the downdip and downslope extent of a gold vein/shear zone that has been traced for more than 600 metres strike length.
November 6, 2003 Klondike Gold has reported analytical results from chip and hand samples from recently completed trenches on the Thea 17 gold occurrence in southeastern British Columbia. Current drilling extended the silicified shear zone 40 m south from the most southern trench (G), and a rare natural exposure of the zone, with visible gold, was discovered approximately 50 m farther south. Trench B contained 1445 ppb gold (1.44 ppm) across 3.5 m, with a 1.5 m section containing 2715 ppb gold. Trench G contained 2400 ppb gold across 2.8 m and Trench J, 2663 ppb gold across 1.2 m. Due to poor exposure of the zone in Trench I, it was not systematically sampled; however, a composite grab sample contained 14,740 ppb gold. Similarly, a grab sample on the road exposure (Trench K) contained 1144 ppb gold. The current trenching confirms the continuity of the silicified shear zone in both Aldridge Formation siltstones and gabbro, through a known strike length of approximately 600 metres.