Enforcer Gold resumes drilling at the Montalembert Gold Project

Enforcer Gold Corp (“Enforcer” or the “Company”) (TSX-V: VEIN – FSE: N071) is pleased to report that it has resumed its 2017 diamond drilling program at the Montalembert Gold Project.

The Company announced on August 15, 2017 that drilling had been suspended to allow for the analytical lab to catch up on a large backlog of samples. At that time, the exploration team was waiting for assay results for 18 of the 20 holes drilled to date. As of today, final results have been received for 4 of the 20 holes and partial results have been received for 5 additional holes. Final results for these 5 holes, including the metallic sieve assays for the mineralized zones, are still pending. No results have been received for holes 10 through 20. The Company plans to release the results of the first 10 drill holes once final assays are received and compiled.

The exploration team has weighed the advantages of waiting for additional results versus missing the opportunity to drill under ideal seasonal conditions. The team has elected to resume drilling to ensure that the testing of selected targets gets completed during this phase of the drill program. This next stage of drilling will focus on infilling gaps on the Galena and No. 2 veins, testing their projected north and south extensions and testing of several chargeability anomalies interpreted from the ground IP survey.

Reconnaissance prospecting continues over the Company’s 7300-hectare project area and has already identified several prospects for detailed follow-up mapping and sampling.

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