Durango Returns to Limestone Project Near Terrace, BC

Vancouver, BC / TheNewswire / December 1, 2016 – Durango Resources Inc. (TSX.V-DGO), (the “Company” or “Durango”) announces that further to its news of November 1st, 2016, a geological team has been dispatched to Terrace, British Columbia for a follow-up visit to its 100%-owned Mayner’s Fortune limestone project. The 320-hectare Mayner’s Fortune property is located…

Nemaska Lithium’s Deposit Extends Towards Durango’s NMX East Project

Vancouver, BC / TheNewswire / November 30, 2016 – Durango Resources Inc. (TSX.V-DGO), (the “Company” or “Durango”) announces that on November 28, 2016 its neighbor to the west, Nemaska Lithium Inc. (T-NMX) provided details on its newly discovered Doris zone on its Whabouchi lithium project. As stated in Nemaska Lithium’s news release dated November 28,…

Mayner’s Fortune Limestone, BC

Mayner’s Fortune Limestone, BC The Mayner’s Fortune limestone property is located in the Skeena Mining Division approximately 7.5 kilometres south west of Terrace, BC and 4 kilometres west of Lakelse Lake on Lakelse River. The area of interest at Mayner’s Fortune consists of a two kilometre thick metasedimentary sequence hosting six sub-parallel N to NE-striking…

NMX East Lithium Property, Quebec

Durango’s 100%-owned NMX East property is adjacent to the Whabouchi Lithium Deposit and Hydromet Plant Project, which has been the subject of a Feasibility Study and is planned to be developed into an open pit mining operation. This plant will produce lithium hydroxide, which is used in cathodes of rechargeable batteries. The Property ground is…

Whitney Northwest Gold, Ontario

The 100% owned Whitney Northwest Gold Project is located north of the Lake Shore Gold Corp (T-LSG) and Goldcorp Inc. (T-G) joint venture Whitney Project north of the city of Timmins, Ontario, and 9 kilometres ENE of the city of Timmins. In addition to its close proximity to the Whitney Project, on which Lake Shore…

Dianna Lake Silver, Saskatchewan

Property Highlights Located 17 km northwest of Uranium City, Saskatchewan; Historic grab samples up to 2,458.4 oz/t Ag (1); Historic report on the property states “Approximately five million tonnes averaging 0.4 ounce per ton Ag and 0.4 per cent Cu” (undefined category historic resource estimate) (1) **; Four IP anomalies, elsewhere on the property associated…