GPM METALS INC. Announces Initial Exploration Results from THE WALKER GOSSAN PROJECT, Northern Territory, Australia

TORONTO, November 12, 2015 : GPM Metals Inc. (TSXV: GPM) (the “Company” or “GPM”) is pleased to announce an exploration update and initial sampling results of the Walker Gossan Project (WGP), Arnhem Land, Northern Territory, Australia.


The Project is a joint venture with Rio Tinto Exploration Pty. Ltd. (see January 27, 2014 press release of the Company available on SEDAR at

Title Deed, Work Program and Exploration Licence (EL) approval was recently granted by the Northern Land Council after a series of meetings and consultations with the Traditional Land Owners (TLO’s) and GPM Metals in Numbulwar and Darwin that had been progressing since February 2014.


The Project tenure is held by Rio Tinto Exploration Pty Ltd with GPM acting as the operator and manager of exploration, community relations and title grant under an Earn-In / Joint Venture Agreement subject to an agreement concluded in January, 2014.


The WGP lies within one of the great metallogenic provinces of the world, the North Australian Zinc Province (NAZP); which currently provides 30% of the world zinc production from a number of significant silver, lead, zinc deposits;   including the Mt. Isa, George Fisher, McArthur River and Century Mines.


To date, the Company has flown an airborne magnetics program of 50m line space over the target area as well as an IP geophysical survey, geological mapping and completed the initial ‘first pass’ reconnaissance soil sampling  of the primary area of historical interest at the southern portion on EL 24305. The target area on EL 24305 was identified in 1972 and had been held under continual exploration licence application (ELA) by Rio Tinto since that time.


The exploration target is a large, strata bound, sediment hosted lead – zinc deposit. Initial soil and rock sampling results have demonstrated a Pb-Zn mineralization over a 3km length at surface.


Soil results have defined a continuous 3km X 500m corridor of anomalous lead, including a 1400m long contour of plus 500ppm Pb with a maximum of 2800ppm. Rock chips have confirmed the soil results with values as high as 1.8% lead.


The initial assessment of the results of the IP survey confirm elevated chargeability associated with the targeted mineralized zone. These results are currently being interpreted, compiled and integrated into the Company data base to design a drilling program for 2016.


Patrick Sheridan, CEO of GPM Metals Inc. states that “These initial results confirm our belief the WGP may possibly represent a district target of major significance.”



Sampling Details.

A systematic soil sampling programme was undertaken on E-W lines.  The soil sampling programme comprised 767 soil samples which included broad spaced soil sampling as well as targeted close spaced sampling.  Rock chip sampling was conducted in conjunction with close spaced soils and on select samples. A total of 64 rock chip samples were taken.

The highest soil  assay result is 2800ppm Pb .The results have been contoured at 50, 100 and 500 ppm Pb as shown in Figure 2..

The samples comprised ~ 200g of minus 2mm sieved B horizon soils which were submitted to ALS Laboratories for multi element analysis by Method ME-ICP41. This involved an aqua regia digest with analysis by inductively coupled plasma – atomic emission spectroscopy.

Rock chip samples (64) were submitted to ALS Laboratories for multi element analysis by ME-ICP61 which involves a four acid digest with analysis by inductively coupled plasma – atomic emission spectroscopy.

The highest lead assay was 1.8% Pb in sample 72851. Four other samples assayed above 1% Pb.  Of the 44 samples 18 assayed above 0.5% Pb.  These are displayed in Fig. 3.

The tabulated assay data and maps will be posted on the GPM Metals web site




GPM Metals Inc. focuses on acquiring and exploring district scale exploration properties. The Company is currently conducting exploration programs on 3 district scale projects in stable jurisdictions.


Walker Gossan Project, Northern Territory, Australia – Pb-Zn-Ag


Sandy Lake Project, Ontario, Canada – Gold


Pasco Project, Pasco Province, Peru – Pb-Zn-Ag


All scientific and technical information in this press release has been prepared under the supervision of Dan Noone, (Vice President Exploration and a Director of GPM),  a “qualified person” within the meaning of National Instrument 43-101. Mr. Noone (B.Sc Geology, MBA) is a member of the Australian Institute of Geoscientists.


For further information contact:


GPM Metals Inc.

Att: John Patrick Sheridan,  CEO

Suite 1205 – 141 Adelaide Street West,

Toronto, Ontario M5H 3L5

Telephone : (416) 628-5904

Telefax :       (416) 628-6835



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