TDG Gold is working to advance several nearby gold projects in the Toodoggone region of northern British Columbia, Canada. These properties are known for small-scale past production, so what makes this team think they can find anything big enough to matter? Or do they plan to put the known high-grade remnants back into production with the existing plant? And are any of these properties the same as the ones the former Christopher James Gold explored in the area, sending a lot of shareholder money to money heaven? An independent speculator wants to know.
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