Vancouver, British Columbia / July 6, 2021. QuestEx Gold & Copper Ltd. (TSX-V: QEX) (“QuestEx” or the “Company”) announces that Dr. Fletcher Morgan has resigned from the QuestEx Board of Directors, effective today, July 6, 2021, in order to focus on other pursuits including his CEO role at TDG Gold Corp.
Joseph Mullin, QuestEx CEO comments: “Fletcher has been a valued member of the QuestEx Board since August 2019 and we would like to thank him for his significant contributions. We wish him well in his other endeavours.”
QuestEx is currently undertaking an exploration program on its 100% owned Sofia property in BC’s prolific Toodoggone mining district, which will be followed by a program on its 100% owned KSP property in BC’s Golden Triangle. QuestEx is excited about the 2021 season and is looking forward to releasing its drill results as they are received and validated.
We seek safe harbor.
QuestEx Gold & Copper Ltd. is exploring for high-grade gold and copper with a focus on the Golden Triangle and Toodoggone areas of British Columbia. The property portfolio includes the Castle property, a porphyry copper-gold project located in the Red Chris mining district of the Golden Triangle neighbouring GT Gold’s Tatogga property, and Newcrest Mining’s GJ property. Other properties include KSP, North ROK, Coyote, and Kingpin in the Golden Triangle, Sofia in the Toodoggone district, and Heart Peaks and Hit in other strategic districts within British Columbia. These assets are being advanced by a newly assembled technical and management team with experience in exploration, permitting and discovery.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD OF DIRECTORS OF QUESTEX GOLD & COPPER LTD.
Chief Executive Officer and Director
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