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Canyon Gold Corp. History

Long Canyon Gold Res. Corp. (LongCanyon)

In July 2011 acquired a 100% interest in ‘LONG CANYON GOLD RESOURCES COPR.’ a British Columbia, Canada corporation that controls a total of 30 mineral lease claims (1 section, 640 acres) in the North East Corner of Nevada in the Spruce Hills – Long Canyon Trend area of Elko County, Nevada.

Long Canyon Gold Resources Corp.: LongCanyon's Geologist, Alex Burton, following extensive on-site field inspection of the Company’s mineral lease properties in Elko County, Nevada, completed all necessary field work for the completion and delivery to the Company of the ‘Geological Report’ on the Company’s mineral lease claims “written according to the NI 43.101 Technical Report requirements”. Mr. Burton in the report recommends continued exploration as planned in the Phase Two Exploration Program of the Company. The Company plans to implement Phase Two Program in the Spring- Summer of 2013.

LongCanyon is a newcomer to the mineral exploration field, has assembled an accomplished business/management team supported by experienced professionals on its Board of Advisors. The Company continues to seek out experienced professionals to join its Board and Advisory Committee.

LongCanyon is well positioned for success with its claims in an area of ever expanding gold discoveries and the potential for growth through acquisition of further claims in the same area. Through due-diligence and perseverance over the past years we were able to build and maintain a company poised to build sustained shareholder value. Keeping in touch with our shareholders is always in the forefront, please do not hesitate to contact us at any time or visit our website frequently to stay current on all matters of the company.


LongCanyon is managed by a small group of seasoned professionals with years of experience in their respective field of knowledge. The Exploration Team with close ties to the local communities is led by Alex Burton P. Eng., P. Geo., a geologist with many years of local and international experience in mineral exploration and mining. It is the Company’s short and medium term goal to continue to seek out and appoint additional exceptional professionals to the Team.


Mineral Exploration Expert

Mr. ALEXANDER (ALEX) BURTON of Burton Consulting Inc. is a fully qualified exploration Geologist and Geochemist. Graduate Geologist (B.A. University of B.C.1954).


Mr. Burton is registered as both a Professional Engineer and Registered Professional Geologist in BC, #6262. A founding Member of the Assn. of Exploration Geochemists (now called Association of Applied Geochemists), Life Member Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy (C.I.M.M.), and Life Member of the Association of Geoscientists for International Development (AGID).

He is a past chairman of the Vancouver Mining Exploration Group (M.E.G.) At various times he served on the executive of the BC and Yukon Chamber of Mines (Now called Association for Mining Exploration), and is a life Member. For over 20 years he taught their annual Placer Mining course in association with the British Columbia Institute of Technology.


Mr. Burton's experience in the Mineral Exploration Field dates back to 1954.

Mr. Burton is experienced in all aspects of mine exploration, development, and mine production from concept through financing, project scheduling, personnel assignment, use of computers, field work including environmental auditing, and timely completion with reports. He is personally involved in the field work to ensure quality and efficiency.

Mr. Burton has set up and managed exploration offices for major mining companies Noranda (Canada, USA, Australia), Copper Range (Canada), Phelps Dodge (Canada), Mindeco (Zambia).

He has worked in exploration and bringing mines in to production in metals, gems, industrial minerals, coal, and placer. He was an expert witness for government and private industry in litigation cases regarding lode and placer mining. Mr. Burton has done considerable work exploring epithermal and strata bound gold deposits.

Mr. Burton worked in Canada, USA, Zambia, Zimbabwe, Liberia, Zaire (PDRC), Cote D' Ivoire, Tanzania, South Africa, Ethiopia, Ecuador, Guyana, Venezuela, Bolivia, Chile, Argentina, Mexico, Myanmar, Belize, Vietnam, China, and Australia. In Zambia, on a two year contract, he successfully started a parastatal exploration company for MINDECO, a government holding company.