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About Defiance Silver Corp
Defiance Silver Corp. is a silver explorer and developer advancing the San Acacio Deposit with a 17.9M Oz AgEq (Silver-Equivalent) @ 192.9 g/t AgEq inferred mineral resource, located in the historic Zacatecas Silver District of central Mexico. Defiance is managed by a team of proven mine developers with a track record of exploring and developing 7 operating mines to date. The Company’s corporate mandate is to expand San Acacio’s resource along strike and at depth to become one of Mexico’s new premier high grade silver deposits.
Defiance has 89M shares outstanding with its largest strategic investor Windermere Capital, the investment arm for Ocean Partners Ltd., owning 55% of the company. The Company recently announced it submitted drill permits for 60,000m/126 holes which would inventory drilling meters for several years. Once permits have been received, Defiance will commence a drill program, and thereafter will plan a revised resource estimate.
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Please contact Sunny Pannu, Corporate Development at Defiance Silver Corp. via phone +1 604 669 7315 OR firstname.lastname@example.org
About Bruce Winfield:
PRESIDENT, CEO AND DIRECTOR
Mr. Bruce Winfield, M.Sc., P.Geo, has over 40 years of experience in the mining industry. Following 14 years with major mining companies Texasgulf Inc. and Boliden Inc., he focused on exploration in Central America and Mexico as VP Exploration for Greenstone Resources and Eldorado Gold Corp. leading to the exploration and development of five gold deposits including the Oronorte Gold Mine in Colombia; the open pit, heap leach Santa Rosa Gold Mine in Panama; the 60,000 oz per year La Libertad Gold Mine in Nicaragua; and the 40,000 oz per year San Andres Gold Mine in Honduras. Subsequently as President and CEO, Mr. Winfield has led companies exploring primarily in South America for the last fourteen years.