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Galloper Gold isn’t your typical junior resource company. We think “outside the box”. 

We’re sharply focused on creative strategies to enhance discovery potential and build a powerful overall brand in the marketplace.  

People make the difference. And at Galloper Gold, we have “The People” – from a successful CEO who ran an entire nickel division for Vale Canada…

…to an award-winning exploration team, to highly motivated shareholders, to a group of talented individuals to help spread our story.  

Galloper is a leading Newfoundland gold exploration company harnessing the power of its people and its dominant land position. 

We own 2,135 sq. km of prospective ground, highlighted by our Glover Island Project on trend with a known gold resource and high-grade mineralization.   

 

Galloper is a B.C. registered private company preparing to list on a
Canadian stock exchange
in early 2023 – an event you don’t want to miss! 

Visit this landing page regularly for updates as we prepare for the launch of the full Galloper website.

Meet Danielle Fernandes

Corporate Communications
Galloper Gold Corp.

Recent Videos

Glover Island – Segment 1

Glover Island – Segment 2

Glover Island – Segment 3

Horse Series – Segment 1

Horse Series – Segment 2

Horse Series – Segment 3

Media Gallery

Glover Island - Multi-Million Ounce Gold Potential

Under-explored Glover Island, Galloper's flagship project, is the 18th largest lake island in the world, nearly 40 km long and 178 sq. km in total size. Galloper's large claim package of 64 sq. km surrounds an historic gold resource of approximately 200,000 ounces (the mining lease and mineral licenses covering this resource reverted back to the government of Newfoundland from the previous operator). Glover Island, with rich gold potential, is located approximately 30 km southeast of Corner Brook and about 50 km northeast of Atlas Salt's Great Atlantic salt deposit in a prolific geological region.

Patrick Laracy at Glover Island

Galloper Director Patrick Laracy, P.Geo, checks out some rocks on company's Glover Island claims. Outcrop is sporadic on the island. GroundTruth Exploration's expertise at soil and till sampling will be key to unlocking the island's full gold potential.

Glover Island Aerial

The geological units that contain gold at Glover Island extend over large parts of the island, including Galloper's strategic claim blocks. Glover Island features conglomerate and volcanic-hosted gold occurrences and is considered highly prospective for additional orogenic gold deposits.

Glover Island

Historical picture - massive quartz vein in conglomerate at the Lunch Pond Showing (Glover Island deposit adjacent to Galloper claims).

Glover Island

Representative drill core featuring 44.2 g/t Au @ 57.5 m (drill hole KPS-2, Glover Island deposit adjacent to Galloper claims). Quartz-pyrite-carbonate vein crosscutting chlorite altered mafic tuff.

Glover Island building with calendar

Last exploration work at the Glover Island gold deposit, claims now controlled by the Newfoundland & Labrador government, was in March 2012 as indicated on this calendar in one of the camp buildings. A bear market in the gold sector started in March 2012 and the company that was developing this resource ultimately went into bankruptcy. Galloper's claims cover the interpreted strike extensions of the deposit.

Mark and Danielle at transmission line.

Galloper CEO Mark Scott with Corporate Communications Director Danielle Fernandes at the transmission line that crosses onto Glover Island.

Mark and Danielle on horses

Galloper CEO Mark Scott and Corporate Communications Director Danielle Fernandes in video production of the Galloper "Horseback Series" near Deer Lake, Newfoundland.

Mark with his horse

Galloper CEO Mark Scott gets ready to gallop with "Midnight".

Exploration Team

Galloper Technical Adviser Shawn Ryan (middle), flanked by CEO Mark Scott (right) and geologist Ian Fraser.

Mark Scott with GroundTruth

Galloper CEO Mark Scott (left) with GroundTruth President Issac Fage and lead Geological Technician Corina Carlton.

Wolf Mountain

The 480 sq. km Wolf Mountain Project, Galloper's qualifying property for listing, was optioned from Shawn Ryan and covers some of the highest arsenic lake sediment anomalies in Newfoundland. Galloper collected over 3,000 soil samples late last year, and additional work continues. The best soil anomalies highlight major northeast and northwest trending fault zones on the property over a strike length of more than 10 km per fault zone that returned up to 206 ppb Au, 172 ppm Cu and 2,504 ppb As.

Mark Scott with GroundTruth

Galloper CEO Mark Scott at the Puddle Pond Project, a copper prospect, with Isaac Fage.

Galloper Puddle Pond infrastructure

Infrastructure across Newfoundland is outstanding as this picture from Galloper's Puddle Pond Project demonstrates.

Hughes Lake

Galloper exploration at Hughes Lake, another copper prospect. Galloper has 7 gold properties and 3 copper properties, with the latter package holding potential as a future copper/base metal spinout.

Mark with Dave Babych

Galloper CEO Mark Scott with former NHL defenceman Dave Babych at the Vancouver Canucks Alumni Celebrity Golf Classic May 30, 2022.

Media Gallery

Under-explored Glover Island - Multi-Million Ounce Gold Potential
Galloper Director Patrick Laracy, P.Geo checks some rocks on Glover Island claims
THe geological units that contain gold at Glover Island extend over large parts of the island
Historical picture - Massive quartz vein in conglomerate at the Lunch Pond Showing
Representative drill core featuring 44.2 g/t Au @ 57.5m
Last exploration work at Glover Island Gold Deposit, claims now controlled by the Newfoundland & Labrador government, was in March 2012.
Galloper CEO Mark Scott with Corporate Communications Director Danielle Fernandes at the transmission line on Glover Island.
Galloper CEO Mark Scott and Corporate Communications Director Danielle Fernandes - "Horseback Series"
Galloper CEO Mark Scott gets ready to gallop with "Midnight"
Galloper Technical Adviser Shawn Ryan (middle), flanked by CEO Mark Scott (right) and geologist Ian Fraser
Galloper CEO Mark Scott (Left) with GroundTruth President Issac Fage and lead Geological Technician Corina Carlton
The 480 sq. km Wolf Mountain Project, Galloper's qualifying property for listing
Galloper CEO Mark Scott at the Puddle Pond Project, a copper prospect, with Isaac Fage
Infrastructure across Newfoundland is outstanding as this picture from Galloper's Puddle Pond Project demonstrates
Galloper exploration at Hughes Lake, another copper prospect.
Galloper CEO Mark Scott with former NHL defenceman Dave Babych at the Vancouver Canucks Alumni Celebrity Golf Classic May 30, 2022

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Western Newfoundland

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Investor Contact

Chad Levesque
chad@marketsmart.ca
(306) 981-4753