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Renforth Resources: An Update On Summer Exploration Activities

Renforth Resources (CSE: RFR) is a junior exploration company focused on exploration of primarily gold assets in Quebec. The company has two flagship properties - New Alger and Parbec - both of which are found along the Cadillac Break in Quebec's prolific Abitibi gold camp, adjacent to current and past producing gold mines. In this interview, Karl sits down with RFR CEO Nicole Brewster to discuss recent developments at Renforth related to their summer exploration activities, including drilling and blasting at New Alger and sampling activities at Parbec. To add colour, Nicole was also able to speak about rumours circulating about RFR's neighbour Agnico Eagle and possible drilling success they have had at their East Amphi project, and what that could mean for RFR. Further, Nicole was able to provide updates on exploration activities on RFR's Malartic West property, adjacent to the Canadian Malartic Mine, Canada's largest open pit gold mine. In the interview, we learn that Renforth has identified a new discovery of silver and copper mineralization at Malartic West running to surface, as well as potential polymetallic mineralization at their Surimeau property. It seems like there's a lot going on at Renforth Resources. Watch the interview to learn why Nicole is feeling excited and confident about what they have uncovered so far and their planned activities in the coming weeks.

(00:36) Discussion of stock performance and gold macro environment
(01:53) Renforth exploring U.S. exposure
(02:45) Update on the financing
(04:20) New Alger updates on blasting and drilling
(11:30) Update on Malartic Wes exploration
(13:15) Parbec work and rumours
(16:15) Timelines on assays
(18:15) Surimeau and why Nicole is excited about this property
(21:43) Renforth's plan for balancing work on their various properties
(23:22) Plans for Nixon-Bartleman
(24:40) Discussion on marketing initiatives