E2Gold Inc is a publicly listed gold-focused junior mineral exploration and development company that focuses on acquiring, exploring, identifying, and developing its large flagship Hawkins project in northern Ontario.
The company’s Hawkins gold project is situated 140 kilometers away to the east of the Hemlo gold mine. It is anchored by the McKinnon zone which consists of 328,800 ounces of gold in the inferred resource category including 6.2 million tonnes with an average grade of 1.65 grams/tonne of gold.
Other than the Hawkins project, E2G owns and explores three other mineral properties such as the Band-Ore gold project in the west of Thunder Bay.
Through management and technical expertise, the company focuses on unlocking its gold potential. It was established in 2020 by Dr. Eric Owens and Ellie Owens, a father-daughter duo. After achieving a successful initial exploration campaign, the company completed its IPO in 2020.
The company focuses on developing shareholder value through advancing its gold resources. E2Gold has completed various work programs including geophysical surveys, trenching, regional mapping campaigns, and multiple drilling programs.
The company’s headquarters is in Toronto, Ontario. E2Gold Inc is a publicly listed company on the TSX Venture Exchange market (TSXV), where its common stocks trade under the ticker ‘ETU’. In addition to the TSXV, the mining company is also listed on the OTCQB market under the symbol ‘ETUGF’.
The project includes 419 optioned claims and 2,136 E2Gold claims. The area of focus for conducting exploration activities is included in the McKinnon deposit that consists of the original McKinnon claims which are associated with historical Shenango shafts.
The project includes 918 contiguous single cell and 19 contiguous boundary cell mining claims and covers a land package of nearly 19,478 hectares and is surrounded by Hawkins, Ermine, Legge, Walls, Minnipuka, Derry, and Puskuta townships.
The Hawkins project is surrounded by railway lines, logging roads and paved roads, Trans-Canada Highway, and semi-boggy and dry areas.