Highvista Gold Inc. owns 100% of a Mexican subsidiary that controls the 24,215 ha. Canasta Dorada gold project. The project is located in the Sonoran Gold Belt immediately adjacent to AuRico Gold Inc.'s El Chanate mine.
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"Highvista Gold Corp. was the top performer last week with a 25.7% gain as it completed the $764,000 financing necessary to proceed with the next stage of drilling at its Canasta Dorada gold project in Mexico."
The Gold Report Interview with Vikas Ranjan
"We have a very interesting company called Highvista Gold Corp. under coverage with a big land package in the Sonoran Gold Belt in Mexico. The management team, especially its CEO, Rick Adams, put into production two mines before and he's trying to do the same here. It has one target, called Chanate North that is in close proximity to AuRico Gold Inc.'s Chanate mine. Highvista believes that the mineralization from that Chanate structure goes onto its project. Highvista also has a target called Republicana, where it had some very good success drilling this summer. That's a very simple and potentially heap-leachable resource, right at the surface. If it can develop 0.5–1 Moz in resources and can show decent metallurgical results, it should become a very desirable takeover target. Everyone with a near-surface heap-leachable resource of around 1 Moz has been taken out, including Grayd Resources in that area. We see Highvista as a good takeover play in the next couple of years, as it builds its project."
Vishy Karamadam, Ubika Research
"On August 22, 2012, Highvista Gold Inc. announced the results from the phase 2 drill program at the Republicana target at its 100%-owned Canasata Dorada gold project. . .the drill results show that a mineralized structure is potentially larger than initially thought and remains open in several directions and is also open at depth."
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