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2022-10-19 | CSE: CSS | Press release

Toronto, Ontario–(Newsfile Corp. – October 19, 2022) – Cascada Silver Corp. (CSE: CSS) (“Cascade“) is pleased to announce that it has staked the Golden Lake Property (the “Property”) located 1,350 kilometers south of Santiago in the XI Region of Chile. The Property, located adjacent to the western boundary of the concessions owned by Minera Newmont Chile Ltda (see attached location map), covers part of the Pollux Gold District which hosts a series of eroded gold-bearing veins identified by Homestake Chile SA (“Homestake”) in the early 1990s.

“With the international community more receptive to investment in Chile now that recent constitutional elections suggest a more business-friendly environment, we have intensified our review of potential acquisitions and have a shortlist of projects for which we are continuing our discussions,” said Carl Hansen, CEO of Cascada.

“The Golden Lake property represented an attractive opportunity to acquire open land in the Pollux gold district which has seen renewed interest in exploration. The property covers prospective ground approximately 200 meters above the claims. adjacent to the east that host the main orientation of the epithermal veins.Our goal is to discover epithermal veins at higher elevations that have undergone less erosion and, therefore, may retain gold and silver mineralization of higher grade bonanza style. Preliminary prospecting, mapping and sampling will begin on the Golden Lake property in the coming weeks.”

The Pollux gold district was originally explored by Homestake who reportedly undertook geophysical surveys, collected 2,300 surface samples and completed 32 drill holes outlining two northeast trending low sulphidation vein systems. Homestake halted work on the Pollux concession in 1993 to focus on the company’s Volcano discovery in Region III of Chile. From 1994 to 1998, Aur Resources Chile Ltda. explored the vein systems, apparently drilling 11 holes. In the early 2000s, private company Patagonia Gold completed 2,000 meters of reverse circulation drilling. The results are unknown.

43-101 Technical Disclosure

The qualified person, as defined by NI 43-101 of the Canadian Securities Administrators, for Cascada’s exploration activities in Chile is Sergio Diaz, a resident of Santiago, Chile. Mr. Diaz is a registered public person for Reserves and Resources No. 51, Chile and is also registered at the Colegio de Geólogos de Chile under No. 315.

About Cascada Silver Corp.

Cascada is a mining exploration company focused on Latin America. Cascada’s team of exploration professionals are dedicated to finding mineral deposits that can be turned into economically viable development projects that create value for all stakeholders.

On behalf of Cascada Silver Corp.,

Carl Hansen, CEO

For more information, please contact us at [email protected].


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