K2 Gold Terminates Option Agreement on Flume Property
August 23, 2018Download PDF
August 23, 2018 – Vancouver, BC, Canada. – K2 Gold Corporation (the "Company" or "K2 Gold", TSX-V: KTO) announces that it has elected to terminate the Flume Property Option Agreement (the “Agreement”) with Commander Resources Ltd. (“Commander”). As part of the first year exploration expenditure requirements under the Agreement the Company had a firm commitment to spend $200,000 on the Flume property. This commitment was not met and to satisfy the remaining outstanding amount of $65,615 the Company and Commander have entered into an agreement whereby the Company will issue 285,283 common shares to Commander at a deemed price of $0.23, based on 20 day VWAP, to settle this amount. Upon termination and completion of the payment the Company will no longer have any interest in the Flume Property nor will it have any further obligations to Commander with respect to the Option Agreement.
The share settlement is subject to receipt of necessary regulatory approvals, including the approval of the TSX Venture Exchange.
About K2 Gold Corporation
K2 Gold Corporation is a junior mineral exploration company focused on building a portfolio of gold exploration projects in the Yukon and Alaska, including the Wels Property located approximately 185 km south of Dawson City, Yukon. In addition to Wels the Company is conducting exploration at the Flume, Storck, Ladue, and McArthur Creek properties in the South Klondike district. The Company has assembled an experienced management team and board of directors with a track record of discovery success.
ON BEHALF OF THE BOARD
Stephen Swatton, President, CEO & Director
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