Vancouver, British Columbia – March 27th, 2024 – SASQUATCH RESOURCES CORP. (CSE: SASQ) (“Sasquatch” or the “Company“) is pleased to announce that it has received lab results from 97 bag samples obtained from a grid sampling program across multiple waste rock areas on the Company’s Mount Sicker Property, and they are better than expected.

The program was designed by Jacques Houle, P.Eng., to give the Company an idea of a “base case” for mineralization across all the waste rock areas within our claims at Mount Sicker. For all 97 samples, the average grades are as follows: 1.86 g/t gold, 48.6 g/t silver, 1.22% copper and 3.05% zinc. Many samples also have elevated values of bismuth, cadmium, Indium, lead, molybdenum, antimony and/or tellurium. A map showing waste rock sample locations, as well as a comprehensive chart showing all results and notes, are provided at the end of this news release.

The sample locations were deliberately selected on a grid to obtain a representative idea of mineralization for the waste rock generally and excluded the hundreds of larger rocks and boulders throughout the waste rock area showing visual evidence of high-grade mineralization. Previously reported grab samples from the waste rock areas returned results as high as 23.3 g/t gold, 397 g/t silver, 10.5% copper and 30% zinc (highs from 4 different samples, see Sasquatch’s news release dated January 18, 2023). A full list of samples taken at Mount Sicker, and lab results, are available on our website at

Pete Smith, Sasquatch CEO, commented “this is extremely encouraging, as we appear to have highly anomalous gold, silver, copper and zinc across all the waste rock areas, even while excluding highly mineralized rocks and boulders that drew our attention to the waste rock potential at Mount Sicker in the first place. Add all this to the mineralized zones we have previously identified in the ground, starting right at surface and directly under the waste rock piles, and our economic case continues to grow by leaps and bounds. See our news release from October 31, 2023, for more detail about these previously identified zones.”

Our waste-rock story was recently documented by a local journalist from CHEK 6 News, and is reproduced here.

In addition, please find this video which effectively summarizes our waste rock story.

Below are some photographs from waste rock areas on Mount Sicker:

Qualified Person

Jacques Houle, P.Eng., a “Qualified Person” for the purpose of National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the scientific or technical information included in this news release. Mr. Houle has verified the information disclosed by reviewing all of the exploration results, and there were no limits on the verification process. Further scientific or technical information in this document respecting the Mount Sicker Property is based on an independent geological report titled “Technical Report for the Mount Sicker Property” (an NI 43-101 compliant report) dated May 15, 2022 prepared by Mr. Houle.

Waste Rock Sample Locations and All Results

Chart showing all results: Stockpile Geochemistry Highlights for Mount Sicker Project

About the Company

Sasquatch Resources Corp. is a mineral exploration company focused on its Mount Sicker Property in southern Vancouver Island, British Columbia. For further information, please refer to the Company’s disclosure record on SEDAR+ ( or contact the Company by email at or by telephone at 778.999.7030.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors

Peter Smith
Chief Executive Officer

Forward-Looking Information
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