Thunder Gold Announces Corporate Changes

Thunder Bay, Ontario February 26, 2024: Thunder Gold Corp (formerly White Metal Resources Corp) (TSXV: TGOL) (FRA: Z25) (OTCQB: TGOLF) (“Thunder Gold” or the “Company”) announces the resignation of Gordon J. Fretwell as Corporate Secretary. The Company also announces that David Speck, the Chief Financial Officer of the Company, has been appointed as Corporate Secretary.

Wes Hanson, President and CEO stated, “Gord has been a solid member of the Thunder Gold team for many years, and we are grateful and appreciative of the guidance he has provided the firm over that time.  We are pleased that we shall continue to benefit from Gord’s knowledge and wisdom as he will be transitioning to an advisory role going forward.”


The Company has retained Wildeboer Dellelce as legal counsel, under the guidance of Mr. Perry Dellelce.  Wildeboer Dellelce is a Toronto-based, business law firm, with a dedicated mining department, active in the junior mining-exploration sector.


Mr. Hanson adds, “We are looking forward to working with Perry and his team at Wildeboer Dellelce as we look to advance on our exploration success at Tower Mountain, Ontario, a property with all the early indications of a potentially significant gold discovery. We are confident that this partnership shall benefit both parties in the future. Wildeboer Dellelce has deep roots in the Toronto mining market and an extensive network of investment professionals and legal contacts to draw upon in the future as we advance Tower Mountain.”


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Technical information in this news release has been reviewed and approved by Wes Hanson, P.Geo., President and CEO of Thunder Gold Corp., who is a Qualified Person under the definitions established by NI 43-101.


About the Tower Mountain Gold Property

The 100%-owned Tower Mountain Gold Property is located adjacent to the Trans-Canada highway, approximately 50-km west of Thunder Bay, Ontario. The 2,350-hectare property surrounds the largest, exposed, intrusive complex in the eastern Shebandowan Greenstone Belt where most known gold occurrences have been described as occurring either within, or proximal to, intrusive rocks. Gold at Tower Mountain is localized within extremely altered rocks parallel to the western contact of the intrusive center. Drilling has established anomalous gold extending out from the intrusive contact for over 500 metres along a 1,500-metre strike length, to depths of over 500 metres from surface. The remaining 75% of the perimeter surrounding the intrusion shows identical geology, alteration, and geophysical response, offering a compelling exploration opportunity.


About Thunder Gold Corp.

Thunder Gold Corporation, formerly White Metal Resources. is a junior exploration company focused on gold discovery in Canada. For more information about the Company please visit:

On behalf of the Board of Directors,


Wes Hanson, P.Geo., President and CEO



For further information contact:


Wes Hanson, CEO

(647) 202-7686




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