Signature Resources Hunts for Gold
John Leliever, a multi-generation prospector and the Founder of Signature Resources Ltd. (TSXV: SGU | OTCQB: SGGTF) in an interview with InvestorIntel CEO Tracy Weslosky discuss the origins of Signature’s Lingman Lake property. John goes through the history of discovery, the timeline for acquiring the land and goes onto add “this will probably be my best success story, maybe until retirement.”
Tracy Weslosky: John you are a shareholder and a founder of Signature Resources. We brought you in today for something interesting. We want to talk to you has a prospector.
John Leliever: Very proud of that title.
Tracy Weslosky: How did you find the Signature Resources property and how did you put this deal together?
John Leliever: Finding the property was by chance up in Timmins; right place, right time. The property was introduced to me back in 2003. The property’s been on my radar since 2003. I was in a position to put the financial package to acquire the property together in 2010 and introduced it to a small little public company called Signature Resources.
Tracy Weslosky: I’d like to disclose here that I personally am a shareholder at this time of Signature Resources. It was you, John, who got me interested in Signature. There’s gold everywhere in Canada, and with all these gold exploration companies out there, can you tell me what makes Signature competitive for shareholders looking for a gold exploration property?
John Leliever: That’s a good question because that’s the challenge in developing a junior exploration property, gold property. It was the prompting of Walter Hanych doing his research back in 2003 saying that this property has the opportunity to develop into a big gold camp one day. As a prospector, third generation, that’s something that’s very exciting so I pursued it. I think this is going to be one of Canada’s next big gold camps…to access the complete interview, click here
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