The Yukon’s Forgotten Silver

Drills Are Picking Up Where Old Timers Left Off: In High-Grade Silver

Alianza Minerals’ (TSX-V: ANZ)(OTC: TARSF) 100%-Owned Haldane Project Being Drilled This Spring

Alianza Minerals (TSX-V: ANZ)(OTC: TARSF) is a hybrid explorer\prospect generator focussed on the Americas.

It has projects in five well-known mining jurisdictions.

Alianza is on to a new discovery at its flagship Hadane silver project in the Yukon’s Keno Hill Mining District. It also has a project joint ventured out to Coeur Mining.

It’s also funded for work on its flagship for 2021, with C$2 million in the bank thanks to a financing that was done in the Fall of 2020.

Yet the stock trades under US$0.15, with a tiny market capitalization of below US$15 million.

You’ll see why that’s way too low over the next few pages. And why shares need to trade much higher.

You’ll also hear firsthand from Jason Weber, the President, CEO, and Director of Alianza how the Yukon old timers were mining thousands of gram per tonne silver on the very property they’re about to drill.

Silver prices are up 80% over the past year, significantly higher than the stock market. And the stock market has been setting records… meaning silver is doing even better.

That’s set to continue as its price surges on rising demand from its use in electric vehicles, solar panels and 5G...

Not only is silver becoming a “green energy” metal… but it’s also a precious metal, meaning it’s additionally benefitting from all the money printing the government is doing and the inflation it is causing.

It’s this perfect one-two combination of drivers that will send silver — and silver stocks — higher.

Alianza Minerals has a number of catalysts lined up that could make it one of the biggest winners of all.

Property Portfolio

Alianza has base and precious metals projects in well-established mining jurisdictions like the Yukon Territories, British Columbia, Nevada, Colorado, and Peru.

The flagship Haldane Property is a road accessible, high-grade silver project where new discoveries were made in 2019 and 2020.

It is underexplored, with significant potential remaining at depth and on strike, including room to at least double the current known strike length of 12 kilometers.

The project is certainly in the right area to do so, with the Keno Hill District being one of the world’s highest-grade silver camps as well as Canada’s second-largest silver producer. Over 210 million ounces of silver have been produced there over the past century.

Silver was first discovered at Haldane between 1910 and 1920, but despite some underground workings that stopped over 40 years ago, the project has only seen sporadic work programs on specific areas.

Alianza’s approach is to define and unlock the entire thing.

And it’s already well on it’s way, with the first hole drilled in 2019 making a discovery at the Bighorn zone — intersecting Keno-style silver-lead mineralization.

Then, in 2020, Alianza followed that up with two holes downdip at the West Fault Zone and found more silver, lead and zinc, including 8.72 meters averaging 311 g/t Ag, 0.89% Pb, 1.13% Zn.

The company will follow that up with drilling in the spring of 2021. And it will also explore several more zones.

President and CEO Jason Weber will cover the recent results and upcoming plan in the exclusive interview below. But suffice it to say there will be plenty of upcoming newsflow to justify a higher share price than US$0.15.

Especially because it also has a project in the Yukon — called Tim — that Coeur Mining is currently earning into. Coeur can earn 80% by:

  • completing $3.55 million in exploration over 5 years

  • making $575,000 cash payments

  • completing feasibility study by 8th anniversary

Tim is a carbonate replacement style silver-lead target with high-grade silver mineralization at surface. Trenches up to 30 meters wide have shown over 200 gram per tonne silver at surface. And it’s close to Coeur’s Silvertip Mine, which is why they are interested.

Certainly these two silver properties are worth more than Alianza stock is currently trading. Yet there is still more to the story.

And we can hear it directly from management. Let’s jump right into where Alianza is today with a chat with President and CEO Jason Weber.

Exclusive Interview with Jason Weber

President and CEO, Alianza Minerals

Alianza Shares Worth a Look As It Advances Three Projects

Alianza Minerals (TSX-V: ANZ)(OTC: TARSF) is kicking off an exciting drill campaign at its 100%-owned Haldane project in the Yukon Territories.

That project saw two high-grade silver discoveries recently, and the new drilling will follow up on them and look for more!

Not only is it in an area of significant historic silver production, but its neighbor just put its project into production, paving the way and providing significant education for Alianza.

The drill program is fully funded, with nearly C$2.0 million in the company’s treasury.

Alianza also operates the prospect generator model on several other highly prospective projects, including Tim and Twin Canyon.

The NYSE-listed Coeur Mining is earning into 80% of Tim, which is also in the Yukon, just north of its Silvertip Mine. Coeur will start exploration there this spring with an eye toward drilling it later this year.

And at Twin Canyon in Colorado, Alianza is proving that target to be much larger than what was originally identified. It’s an old family-run gold mine, so there is definitely gold there. A permit is now being applied for so a partner can come in and find out how much.

Alianza has three near-term shots on goal while its shares trade below US$0.15.

The world is about to find out how much forgotten silver the Yukon holds.

It’s worth taking a look at Alianza before that happens.

— Resource Stock Digest Research