Stakeholder Gold Corporation (TSXV: SRC) (“Stakeholder” or the “Company“) is pleased to announce gross profit for 2021, of $2,482,770 CAD. Production and sales increased steadily throughout the first year of operation. The Company has reported 2021 Revenue of $3,076,474 CAD and an average gross margin of 81%. These revenues were generated at the Company’s wholly owned subsidiary Victoria Mining Corporation (“VMC”) in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
“We have successfully commissioned our first quarry and have recently received operating permits for 2 additional quarries. These new permits will allow us to expand this profitable business activity. We anticipate start-up of the new quarries in the next few weeks and expect to be able to continue to report increasing production and profitability throughout 2022,” stated Christopher Berlet, CEO of Stakeholder.
“Our stone buyers have shown recurring interest because of strong product uptake in US and European markets. We have completed permitting for 2 additional quarries and expect to be able to continue growing production and sales of our Brazilian exotic stone materials,” stated Marcus Chase, President of VMC.
Stakeholder Gold Corp. is a junior resource company developing cash flow from the production and sale of exotic Blue Quartzite at its wholly owned Blue Quartzite quarry in Minas Gerais, Brazil.
Stakeholder Gold Corp. also has 100% ownership of the Ballarat Gold Project which holds 7,442 hectares of claims located in the heart of the White Gold District of the Yukon Territory, Canada. The Company’s Ballarat Project claim group includes an area extending over 10 km of the road construction route for the Northern Gateway Road which is being built to service the White Gold District. The Ballarat claim group also includes title to 10 claims located within the nearby Coffee Project which is being developed by Newmont Corp. south of the Yukon River.
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Stakeholder Gold Corporation
Telephone: (416) 525 – 6869
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