Welcome to Romios Gold Resources Inc.

Romios presents a significant opportunity for increased shareholder value:

  • Extensive gold and copper porphyry style mineralization at its Trek, JW and Newmont Lake Projects. within the 'Golden Triangle' of British Columbia, which includes the world-class Eskay Creek, Galore Creek, and Brucejack deposits.
  • Significant gold and massive sulphide discoveries in 2019 at Lundmark-Akow Lake project in NW Ontario, close to Newmont’s giant Musselwhite gold mine.
  • Substantial opportunity for rapid expansion and discovery at all major projects.
  • Management experienced in exploration, resource development and financing.

Project Highlights:

Trek and JW Porphyry Cu-Au-Ag, Golden Triangle B.C.

  • Existing resource shape at the North Zone with locally substantial high-grades in lower grade shells; open down-dip.
  • Approximately 5.0 km strike-length of mineralization along deep basement structures.
  • Work in 2019 and 2020 identified skarn-type veins and porphyry-style alteration zones on part of the Trek South claims recently exposed by melting ice and snow. Potential new porphyry system in accessible area.
  • Located near Newmont-Teck Resources' Galore Creek project and proposed mill site.
  • Exploration and drilling is planned in 2021.

Lundmark-Akow Lake, Ontario

  • Significant new gold discovery in 2019: 8.64 g/t Au over 4.75 m in quartz+/- pyrrhotite vein.
  • Similar large quartz vein nearby and series of large, coarse, open space-filling calcite +/- Au veins line up along apparent breaks, possible controlling structure. To be drilled in 2021.
  • Three VMS style zones discovered along 11 km long VMS alteration pathway in 2017 and 2019. Best intercept so far: 1.26% Cu and 2.4g/t Au over 3.25 m, + Pb, Zn, Ag.
  • Only one drill hole in the major zones so far, all open at depth and along strike; stronger, untested EM conductors nearby. To be drilled in 2021.
  • Four additional nearby properties with significant, untapped potential recently acquired in this belt.

Nevada

  • High-grade Scossa Gold Project represents opportunity for rapid development and low cost production in Nevada. Former high-grade gold producer in the 1930s-40s.
  • Past production from upper 400 ft. only, likely 1,000 ft. of potential mineralization below workings.
  • Romios’ conducted 3 initial drilling programs in 2000, 2003 and 2006. 14 diamond drill holes in 2000, hampered by poor recoveries due to small core size. 16 RC holes in 2003 and 2006 (no core, only chips). DDHs returned assays up to:
    • 3.35 m @ 180.22 g/t Au, 4.02 g/t Ag
    • 1.98 m @ 267.96 g/t Au, 21.8 g/t Ag
    • 1.51 m @ 62.49 g/t Au, 73.4 g/t Ag
  • Work resumed on Scossa Gold in late 2020, major program planned in 2021.

Quebec

  • Past-producing La Corne Molybdenum mine site in Quebec to be re-evaluated for open pit lithium, molybdenum and rare earth element potential.

Recent Updates

  • April 27, 2021
    Romios Agrees to Sell 80% Interest in its Thunder Bay Silver Project to Honey Badger Silver Inc. (more...)
  • March 4, 2021
    Recent Airborne Geophysical Survey Identifies High-Priority Target Structures on Romios’ Lundmark-Akow Lake and North Caribou Gold Projects Near Newmont's Musselwhite Gold Mine (more...)
  • December 18, 2020
    Romios Closes Final Tranche Of Non-Brokered Offering (more...)
  • December 9, 2020
    Romios Announces Increase Of Non-Brokered Offering (more...)
  • November 19, 2020
    Romios Announces First Closing Of Non-Brokered Offering (more...)

Active Projects

BC Geological Survey Poster
on the "Final Frontier"
in the Golden Triangle.
(Some text highlighted in red by Romios)

Report on the Company by Lawrence Roulston, Westbay Research

John Tumazos Very Independent Research LLC Metals Conference June 20, 2019

Timmins Hislop Property, Ontario Sudbury West Basin Property, Ontario Lundmark-Akow Lake Property, Ontario Scossa Gold Property, Nevada Galore Creek, BC

High grade vein sample. 2019 discovery. JW West claims. NW BC. Contains 71 oz/t silver.

 

Drill core sample. 2019 gold discovery. Lundmark-Akow Lake property. NW Ontario. Part of a vein that assayed 8.6 g/t Au over 4.75 metres