AURYN Mining Corporation Shareholder Notification
Along with the Board of Directors, I am pleased to provide the following shareholder notification.
Our mining team has successfully intercepted the Don Luis vein. We cut the vein inside the Antonino tunnel where we expected it based on the detailed topographical mapping work done by EGV Ingeniería. Samples have been taken and sent to the lab for assaying, and we anticipate having the initial results back for publication during our Q4 update in the beginning of January.
We are thrilled to have achieved this important milestone. We look forward to providing more detailed information on the vein, a summary of our activities during the quarter, our outlook for the next quarter and for 2023, in the Q4 update. In the meantime, we wish all of our shareholders a healthy and happy holiday season, and we look forward to a prosperous new year.
CEO and Chairman of the Board, AURYN Mining Corporation
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