Aurania’s President Dr. Richard Spencer, discusses the company’s recent financing, exploration & drilling plans at its flagship project: The Lost Cities – Cutucu Project, local community involvement, and the Ecuadorian Government’s cooperation with the mining industry.
Aurania is pleased to announce that its shareholders have approved all resolutions at its Annual and Special Meeting (the “Meeting”) which was held on June 13, 2018, including the appointment of a new director, Mr. Alfred Lenarciak.
Aurania announces that it will hold its Annual and Special Meeting of Shareholders (the “Meeting”) on Wednesday, June 13, 2018 at Vantage Venues, 150 King Street West, 27th Floor, S7-Caledonia Room, in Toronto.
The format of the Meeting will be as follows:
3:00 pm – Chairman & CEO, Dr. Keith Barron will provide an overview and history of the Lost Cities – Cutucu project (the “Project”) in southeastern Ecuador.
4:15pm – Formal meeting commences, followed by a brief update on progress on the Project from President, Dr. Richard Spencer
Aurania is pleased to report the discovery of a new epithermal zone some eight kilometres south of the “Crunchy Hill” area (See Press Release dated April 6, 2018). The new discovery, named “Yawi” means “thermal spring” or “area with hot water” in the local Shuar language.
In this video episode, we follow the conquistador trail from the town of Riobamba to the town of Macas in southeastern Ecuador, as described in the historical documents found in the Vatican Library. The present day town of Macas is on the edge of Aurania’s Lost Cities – Cutucu project concession area.
In early 2018, Aurania Resources was approached by VICE News to film a short news segment focusing on gold exploration in Ecuador. VICE News sent their top team down to Ecuador in March to spend ten days in the field with Aurania’s management and exploration teams to capture the real story behind the search for The Lost Cities. The segment aired on HBO in mid-April 2018 and was posted to news.vice.com along with two bonus videos.
Aurania reports that reconnaissance exploration crews have found silica blocks indicative of an entirely new epithermal system, the “Charip” target, some 50 kilometres (30 miles) north of the Latorre area in its Lost Cities – Cutucu Project (the “Project”) in southeastern Ecuador. In addition, the Company has received soil geochemistry results that refine the Crunchy Hill target and move it a step closer to drill-testing.
Aurania reports that the video documentary program from VICE News Tonight about Aurania’s Lost Cities – Cutucu Project is now available online via the following link: https://news.vice.com/en_us/article/d35kmj/meet-the-real-life-indiana-jones-hunting-for-gold-in-the-amazon . VICE News Tonight released an article entitled “Meet the real-life Indiana Jones hunting for gold in the Amazon” along with the video clip from their program which aired last week on the Home Box Office (“HBO”) channel. The program follows Aurania’s Chairman and CEO, Dr. Keith Barron and team through challenging conditions in the jungles and streams in their exploration of the Lost Cities – Cutucu project in southeastern Ecuador. See bonus footage of interviews with Aurania’s ‘reconnaissance exploration geologists’.
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