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Sila Industrial Group Ltd. (SIG.V) is “One to Watch”

|Includes: Signet Jewelers Limited (SIG)

Sila Industrial Group Ltd. is a mineral exploration and development company with headquarters in Vancouver, British Columbia (B.C.). The Company is partnered with a successful technical team. Together, their focus is to advance underexplored precious and base metal projects with the potential to yield significant grades and tonnage in jurisdictions with high exploration potential and low political risk.

The Company’s projects include the Tanzilla Copper-Gold property, the Zeballos Gold property, the Broken Hill Gold-Silver property, the LJ Gold-Silver property, the Mount Wirth and Blake Creek Gold-Silver properties, as well as the Swannell Zinc-Lead-Silver property.

Their Tanzilla Copper-Gold property is 2,193 hectares (ha) in size and located 68 kilometers north of the Red Chris copper-gold deposit in the Dease Lake area of northern B.C. The target on this property is a copper-gold porphyry or an Equity Silver-type copper-silver-gold system.

Sila’s Zeballos Gold property is 1453 ha in size and located in the Zeballos gold camp, Vancouver Island, B.C. This property was staked over prospective rocks of the Eocene Catface intrusive suite, the host rocks to past producing gold veins of the Zeballos camp (330,000 ounces gold recorded production). Projected onto the property are possible extensions of several vein systems. At Zeballos, recent logging has opened up access and new bedrock exposures.

The Company’s Broken Hill Gold-Silver property is 898 ha in size and located in southwestern B.C., 36 kilometers east of the Bralorne-Pioneer gold deposit (B.C.’s largest primary past gold producer (4.1 million ounces)). Past sampling of mineralized quartz-sulfide veins and shears in this trend documented gold (Au) values up to 6.3 grams per tonne (g/t) and silver (Ag) values to 709 g/t.

Sila Industrial Group Ltd.’s LJ Gold-Silver property is 672 ha in size and located 85 kilometers northeast of Juneau in northwestern B.C. Historical rock samples of the veins return consistently elevated gold and silver assays up to 17.8 g/t Au and 579 g/t Ag.

The Company’s Mount Wirth Gold-Silver property is 666 ha and their Blake Creek Gold-Silver property is 498 ha. The mineralization consists of quartz-sulfide veins, replacements and skarn. Historical rock sampling has returned values up to 11.6 g/t Au and 2139 g/t Ag at Mount Wirth, and up to 2.2 g/t Au and 1232 g/t Ag at Blake Creek.

Sila’s Swannell Zinc-Lead-Silver property is 604 ha in size and located is 200 kilometers north of Mackenzie in north-central B.C. Several drill holes in the southernmost showing in this trend intersected zinc-lead mineralization over a strike length of 500 meters. This included an intercept of 15.4 percent zinc, 10.4 percent lead and 10.3 g/t silver over 1.8 meters.

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