Granada Gold Mine Inc. is exploring and developing the Granada Gold Deposit near Rouyn-Noranda, Quebec containing almost 5 million oz Au. The property has numerous high-grade veins and significant amount of free gold between the veins that shows up in the processing of bulk samples but not in drill core for resource estimates. Work on the property since 2006 has included 122,000 metres diamond drilling, a 2012 PEA, a 2014 PFS, and a 2017 updated NI 43-101 Resource Estimate. Based on the 2014 PFS, permits have been obtained to allow limited mining (550 t/d) of ore from high-grade open pits to ship to a local mill. The 2017 Block Model revision estimated Measured and Indicated of 1,534,000 oz Au (42,605,000 tonnes @1.12 g/t) and Inferred of 3,436,400 oz Au (81,691,000 @1.31). Included are Inferred Underground of 1,523,800 oz Au (10,386,000 tonnes @4.56 g/t). Plans include preparation of a Feasibility Study to produce 100.000 oz/yr Au, possible financing of a nearby mill at the Castle property to process ore temporarily until a full-sized mill can be permitted and constructed at Granada, and additional exploration of (1) the former Aukeko mine site where high-grade bulk samples were obtained in 1938, (2) Genesis target which geologists expect is the source of gold on the property, and (3) deep-hole drilling to the north of the open pit targeting 10-15 million tonnes at 4 to 6 g/t in a $21 million drill program.