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    $BGADF Podcast: Q&A with Michelle Robinson, Chief Geologist, Brigadier Gold
    Click here: https://www.thearmchairtrader.com/brigadier-gold-stock-michelle-robinson/  

    In this week’s podcast we had the opportunity to talk to Michelle Robinson, Chief Geologist of Brigadier Gold [TSX-V:BRG / OTC:BGADF / FRA:B7LM]. On the podcast we talk to Robinson about the company’s current Picachos project in Mexico.

    Robinson first came across the details of the Picachos project by fluke. The data in a wrongly labelled fax made her sit up and take notice. It contained readings from samples taken at the Picachos location by a previous explorer which showed such a high gold and silver content that it prompted her to investigate further.
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    Paul
    Are there legs to run for BGDAF?
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    Lee
    Brigadier Makes Copper Discovery at Picachos
    Exploration Continues on Gold-Silver Targets Identified in Phase-1 Diamond Drilling

    VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / May 26, 2021 / Brigadier Gold Limited (the "Company" or "Brigadier") (TSXV:BRG)(FSE:B7LM)(OTC PINK:BGADF) is pleased to announce the discovery of bulk tonnage type copper mineralization in trenching and further results from exploration of newly identified gold targets at its Picachos gold-silver-copper project Sinaloa, Mexico (the "Picachos Project," "Picachos" or the "Property"). Additional assays from phase-1 diamond drilling are anticipated to be received in June.

    Pichachos, located approximately four hours' drive from the city of Mazatlan, covers 3,954 hectares and overlaps one of the largest high-amplitude contiguous anomalies for gold and base metals in the western Sierra Madre with values up to 6841 ppb Au in fine-fraction, active channel stream sediments.

    Rob Birmingham, President and CEO, remarks, "We're proud of the team effort put into acquiring, financing, and driving exploration and development at Picachos. Exploration and diamond drilling efforts led by head geologist Michelle Robinson, have successfully identified an extensive mineralized vein system and numerous targets for follow up investigation, including a large, unexplored copper porphyry target situated in the northern part of the Property. We look forward to implementing a cost-effective approach aimed at further de-risking Picachos and building on the technical success achieved to date."

    Copper Discovery

    Brigadier has initiated trenching across historic anomalies considered prospective for bulk-tonnage style copper mineralization. Trench BRG-50250 was located approximately 2 kilometres south of a trench cut by Brigadier across several hundred metres of molybdenite in the winter of 2020. The first 50 metres of BRG-50250 have been sampled and analyzed using the field XRF and returned copper values between 0.05% and 1.34% and silver values between 20g/t and 284g/t. These samples will be sent to the lab when the trench is complete and mineralized intervals formally reported after that.

    La Gloria Gold Target

    Brigadier has completed mapping and sampling of the historic La Gloria underground gold mine in the central part of its Picachos Project. In 2020, Brigadier intercepted La Gloria in DH-BRG-028 between 140 and 141 metres depth where a value of 6.26 g/t gold across 1 metre was returned. This intercept was 112 metres below the historic workings. In the plane of the vein, the known underground workings are 60 to more than 130 metres below topography. Collectively, diamond drilling and the underground workings define the position of La Gloria Vein for more than 240 metres down-dip.

    La Gloria stope is accessed by a 105 metre long cross-cut at the 950 metre elevation that trends easterly. The cross-cut and drill hole locations are now tightly controlled by a high-resolution airborne LiDAR survey recently completed by Eagle Mapping. From the portal, La Gloria cross-cut and stope was surveyed using a Brunton and tight chain.

    From the mine portal to 71 metres, the host rocks consist of intermediate volcanics that are dark grey-green and contain amygdules that are filled with quartz, chlorite and calcite. The stope was mapped for approximately 35 metres northwest of the cross-cut and 65 metres to the southeast. La Gloria Vein strikes 155°-160° and dips 80°-65° southwesterly.

    Samples were cut every metre along the cross-cut to identify any metal bearing veins or veinlets in the hanging wall to La Gloria and clean off the dust for geological mapping. In the stope, the historically worked faces form a honeycomb and samples were cut across the back or working faces where rock conditions were safe for sampling. Fifteen sample lines of one to three samples each were collected across the vein and these have been submitted today to SGS in Durango for gold and base metal analyses. Gold is apparent in panned concentrates of several samples.

    Drill Results Pending

    Assays are still pending for 518 metres of drilling completed in phase-one, most of which is from a 3-hole fence drilled across El Placer Norte where underground sampling returned grades of up to 12.79 g/t across the Huarache Vein. Perhaps more significantly, a surface trench across the El Placer trend returned values of 0.5 g/t gold across 65 metres in BRG-117154. This was followed by 8 metres of 2.14 g/t gold in adjacent trench BRG-117146.

    National Instrument 43-101 Disclosure

    The technical information in this press release has been reviewed by Michelle Robinson, MASc., P.Eng., a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101"). Drilling was completed using PQ and HQ tooling. Core and sample handling procedures are documented in the Company's press release dated October 22, 2020. Standard pulps, field duplicates, pulp duplicates and blanks are inserted
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    Brigadier Adding Second Drill Rig for Commencement of Phase Two Diamond Drilling at Picachos High Grade Gold-Silver Property

    Announces Non-Brokered Private Placement

    VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / February 19, 2021 / Brigadier Gold Limited (the "Company" or "Brigadier") (TSXV:BRG)(FSE:B7LM)(OTC PINK:BGADF) is pleased to announce the planned addition of a second drill rig in connection with commencement of phase-2 diamond drilling at its Picachos gold-silver project, Sinaloa Mexico (the "Picachos Project", "Picachos" or the "Property"). The Company also intends to complete a private placement for gross proceeds of up to $1,000,000.

    Ranjeet Sundher, Brigadier's CEO commented: "We continue to make excellent progress at Picachos, although we have only just started to evaluate the potential of this extensive mineralized system. The additional rig will help considerably in accelerating our investigating the many high priority existing and newly identified targets on the Property. The Cocolmeca vein structure (CVS) is persistent and strongly mineralized and we look forward to expanding the depth and strike length in 2021, as well as continuing exploration of the rest of the CVS, particularly in the central Cocolmeca area."

    Phase-one exploration results at Picachos provided several highlights, including:

    Confirmed seven-kilometre long vein system of precious metals mineralization
    Widely spaced holes show vein continuity on strike and at depth with robust width
    High grade nature of precious metals mineralization consistently observed in assays
    Confirmed meaningful gold/silver mineralization in hanging wall and footwall of vein systems
    Discovered previously unexplored high-grade gold and silver historic workings
    Multiple new surface and subsurface targets discovered during reconnaissance and mapping
    Copper porphyry target sampling suggests high priority follow-up exploration
    The Picachos land package was methodically assembled by Michelle Robinson (MASc., P.Eng., Geologist and Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101")) over 10 years ago. Michelle is a respected industry veteran who has worked in Mexico for over 20-years with a number of major mining companies. She has authored over 20 technical reports and published several papers for the Society of Economic Geologists. Michelle and her team are executing on our 5,000-metre diamond drill program - the first ever on this project

    The project's location, situated 25 kilometres equidistant from two recent bonanza grade discoveries of Vizsla Resources and GR Silver and along the same mineralized trend, positions Picachos as a truly exciting opportunity for Brigadier Gold and our shareholders.

    Private Placement
    The Company also announces a non-brokered private placement financing of up to 5,000,000 units (the "Units") at a price of $0.20 per Unit for gross proceeds of up $1,000,000 (the "Offering"). Each Unit is comprised of one common share in the capital of the Company (each a "Common Share") and one Common Share purchase warrant (each a "Warrant"). Each Warrant entitles the holder thereof to purchase one Common Share for $0.30 for a period of one year from the date of issuance. The Company may pay a 7% finder's fee, payable in cash and finder's warrants (each a "Finder's Warrant"), in connection with the Offering, to qualified non-related parties, in accordance with the policies of the TSX Venture Exchange (the "Exchange"). Each Finder's Warrant will entitle the holder to purchase one Common Share for $0.30 for a period of one year from the date of issuance.

    Proceeds from the Offering will be used to fund exploration at Brigadier's Picachos and Killalla Lake properties, corporate marketing campaigns and general working capital purposes.

    All securities issued under the Offering, including securities issuable on exercise thereof, are subject to a hold period expiring four months and one day from the date of issuance.

    The Offering is subject to certain conditions including, but not limited to, the receipt of all necessary approvals, including approval of the Exchange.

    Please visit our website to learn more about Brigadier Gold.

    National Instrument 43-101 Disclosure
    The technical information in this press release has been reviewed by Michelle Robinson, MASc., P.Eng., a Qualified Person as defined by NI 43-101. Core and sample handling procedures are documented in the Company's press release dated October 22, 2020. Standard pulps, field duplicates, pulp duplicates and blanks are inserted into the sample stream. The samples were analyzed by SGS Laboratories in Durango using fire-assay methods for gold, and ICP methods with a 4-acid digestion for silver and base metals. SGS is an accredited laboratory.
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    Brigadier Discovers and Samples Several Historic Underground Mines at its Picachos High Grade Gold-Silver Property

    VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / March 22, 2021 / Brigadier Gold Limited (the "Company" or "Brigadier") (TSXV:BRG) (FSE:B7LM) (USA:BGADF) is pleased to announce the discovery, and systematic sampling of over two dozen historic underground workings at its Picachos gold-silver project, Sinaloa Mexico (the "Picachos Project", "Picachos" or the "Property").

    Brigadier has rehabilitated, mapped and sampled 29 newly discovered historic mine workings in the central part of the Property near the intersection of the ENE trending Cocolmeca Vein system (CVS) and northwesterly trending El Placer system. The underground workings are concentrated in two areas named El Cobre and El Placer Norte (Figure 1).

    Having discovered, accessed and sampled these underground workings was an efficient and inexpensive way to improve the Company's knowledge of the mineralizing systems at Picachos. The pending assay results together with related surface trenching and nearby diamond drilling will assist in understanding the mineralization on the property and greatly assist in identifying our next drill targets.

    "There is a lot of geological action in the Cobre Area", commented Geologist and Qualified Person, Michelle Robinson. "We have northerly trending veins represented by El Cobre, Las Calzadas and 27047. These appear cross-cut and offset by the northwesterly trending El Herrero Vein. More recent strike-slip movement on La Cocolmeca is regionally important and apparently offsets some vein segments. Further, the intrusive rocks into the volcanic pile contain orbicules, a feature indicative of volatile-rich melts capable of generating robust hydrothermal systems in the porphyry environment. For now, we are exploring the vein potential, but this Project has an exposed porphyry system in the northwest, and buried parts may be discovered by drilling under veins such as El Cobre".

    El Cobre Area

    At El Cobre, five principal veins have been identified: (i) El Cobre, (ii) El Herrero, (iii) Las Calzadas, (iv) La Cocolmeca and (v) Vein 27047. The veins are hosted in ignimbrites correlated to the Socavon member of the Late Cretaceous Tarahumara Volcanic Arc. These ignimbrites unconformably overlie submarine andesitic volcanic rocks tentatively assigned to the Jurassic Guerrero Terrane. The strata are intruded by orbicular monzonite porphyry that is younger than the 74-million-year-old Socavon Ignimbrite. Brigadier has assay results for Level 755, a crosscut 10.1 metres long oriented 070° NE across El Herrero Vein (Fig. 2). The first 8 metres intercepted 0.12% copper in a quartz-chalcopyrite-pyrite stockwork hosted in pervasively silicified ignimbrite. The last 2.1 metres intercepted 3.3% copper and 0.56% lead with 108 g/t silver, 0.1 g/t gold, 177 ppm bismuth and 23 ppm tungsten. Most of the assays for El Cobre are pending.

    El Placer Norte Area

    At least six veins comprise the northern part of the El Placer Vein system (i) Las Tacuachas, (ii) Los Lentes, (iii) Coralillo, (iv) La Chivera, (v) El Huarache y (vi) Pantufla. These veins are hosted in rhyolitic ignimbrite of probable Paleocene age that unconformably overlie the Socavon Ignimbrite. These veins were defined by mapping and sampling historic workings between 1000 and 1180 metres elevation. The historic workings are mainly short adits that follow narrow higher-grade intervals within the larger El Placer Vein system. Individual sample results for Las Tacuachas, Los Lentes and Corallio are in Table 1. The best result from the underground work was 31.4 g/t Au, 11 g/t Ag, 0.2% Cu, 0.5% Pb and 2% Zn across 0.3 m in sample BRG-25139. To better understand the potential of the larger system Brigadier did 80 metres of trenching across El Placer in three segments starting northeast of Los Lentes. Results include 8 metres of 2.14 g/t gold and 0.12% lead across the Tacuachas Vein (BRG-117146) and 4 metres of 1.95 g/t gold, 0.1% lead and 0.3% zinc across the surface of Los Lentes (BRG-117154). In addition to verifying the structures mapped underground, the surface trenches have identified gold anomalies between known veins that indicate the presence of several additional veins (Fig. 3). Assays for La Chivera, El Huarache and Pantufla are pending.

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    Fig. 1 Location map showing the Cobre and El Placer Norte areas. La Cocolmeca Vein System (CVS) transects the map in the ENE direction.

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    Fig. 2 Cross-section looking north-northwest showing copper results from El Herrero Crosscut.

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    Fig. 3 Cross-section looking north-northwest across the El Placer Veins. Surface trench BRG-117146 is southeast of this section plane. It was cut off-section to go around
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    Brigadier Intercepts 12.62 g/t Gold and 78 g/t Silver with 4.5% Copper Across 0.8 Metres at Picachos
    Underground Sampling from Undrilled Surrounding Veins Returns 109.14 g/t Gold and 20 g/t Silver Across 0.5 Metres

    VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / February 17, 2021 / Brigadier Gold Limited (the "Company" or "Brigadier") (TSXV:BRG)(FSE:B7LM)(OTC PINK:BGADF) is pleased to provide additional diamond drill and underground sampling results from ongoing phase one exploration at its Picachos gold-silver project, Sinaloa Mexico (the "Picachos Project", "Picachos" or the "Property"). Brigadier has completed and received assay results for 3085 metres of diamond drilling in 28 holes on the Picachos Project. Assays results for holes 21 through 28 and recent underground sampling are provided in Table 1.

    Phase-one exploration highlights to date:

    Confirmed seven-kilometre-long vein system of precious metals mineralization
    Widely spaced holes show vein continuity on strike and at depth with robust width
    High grade nature of precious metals mineralization consistently observed in assays
    Confirmed meaningful gold/silver mineralization in hanging wall and footwall of vein systems
    Discovered previously unexplored high-grade gold and silver historic workings
    Multiple new surface and subsurface targets discovered during reconnaissance and mapping
    Copper porphyry target sampling suggests high priority follow-up exploration
    Geologist and Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101"), Michelle Robinson comments "results of our phase-one program at Picachos imply a robust and geographically expansive mineralized system for which we have only just scratched the surface. I am very pleased with our results, in particular the number of targets demanding follow up drilling or for newly discovered zones, a first ever drill hole. The Cocolmeca vein structure (CVS) is persistent and strongly mineralized and I look forward to expanding the depth and strike length in 2021, as well as continuing the exploration of the rest of the CVS, particularly in the central Cocolmeca area."

    Of the 28 holes drilled to date, fourteen (1704 metres) were drilled to test the San Agustín Vein, 10 holes (1029 metres) tested surface exploration targets defined by trenching, 2 holes (168 metres) tested under the historic San Antoñio Mine and one hole tested under the historic La Gloria Mine. San Agustín and San Antoñio represent two gold-rich, polymetallic mineral chutes about 2.5 kilometres apart on Brigadier's regional-scale Cocolmeca Vein System (CVS), and La Gloria historically produced gold from a northwesterly trending vein roughly orthogonal to the CVS. The CVS has been defined at varying levels of certainty along the east-northeasterly trending diagonal of the Property for more than seven kilometres.

    La Gloria Gold Mine and Palodismo
    La Gloria underground gold mine is accessed from a 106 metre long east-southeasterly trending cross-cut located at 965 metres elevation in the central part of the Property. This opening provides access to a southeasterly trending stope that is more than 70 metres long and about 1.5 metres wide. Historic sample MTA-15659 was cut across the northwest face of this stope and contained values of 21.09 g/t Au, 6.6 g/t Ag, 0.4% Cu, 0.8% Pb and 0.5% Zn across 0.8 metres. The orientation of the structure at this location is 162°/75° SW. Brigadier cut a sample across the southeastern face of the stope which returned a result of 49.6 g/t Au and 31 g/t Ag across 0.4 metres (BRG-26402) and a notably more easterly orientation of 150°/74° SW. Mineralization in the stope consists of microcrystalline quartz breccia intergrown with pink epidote (piemontite?), and native gold along a shear zone hosted in agglomerate. The mud matrix between volcanic blocks and bombs is pervasively replaced by microcrystalline grey quartz intergrown with galena, sphalerite and lesser chalcopyrite.

    Palodismo was first identified in historic sample MTA-19690 with results of 27.61 g/t Au and 4 g/t Ag across 1.3 metres from a small underground prospect 65 metres north of the entrance to La Gloria. Characteristic "pink epidote-quartz" is mentioned in the notes from 2007. A second underground prospect 115 metres SE of La Gloria cross-cut was sampled by Brigadier with results of 9.7 g/t Au and 2 g/t Ag across 0.8 metres (BRG-25207). Measured vein orientations from both prospects are 147°/75° SW.

    Drill hole BRG-028 was collared 72 metres southwest of La Gloria. It was designed to intercept both Palodismo and La Gloria under historic sample MTA-15657 with a result of 5.27 g/t Au and 7 g/t Ag across 1.5 metres. All of DH-BRG-028 was altered to propylitic mineral assemblages dominated by epidote and chlorite. Microcrystalline galena and sphalerite in silicified mud between volcanic blocks and bombs defines a broad geochemical response of 0.4% Zn, 0.2% Pb, 170 ppm Cu, 0.2 g/t Au and 2 g/t Ag along the
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    Brigadier Completes Phase One Exploration at Picachos With Multiple Follow-up Drill Targets Assays Pending for Prospective El Placer Norte Target where sampling returned up to 12.79 g/t Gold

    VANCOUVER, BC / ACCESSWIRE / May 11, 2021 / Brigadier Gold Limited (the "Company" or "Brigadier") (TSXV:BRG)(FSE:B7LM)(OTC PINK:BGADF) is pleased to provide a summary of the recently completed phase-one exploration program at it Picachos gold-silver-copper project Sinaloa, Mexico (the "Picachos Project", "Picachos" or the "Property"). In total 5057 metres of diamond drill was completed in 50-holes across eleven different prospects on the Property, most of which were never previously drill tested. Remaining assays are anticipated to be received in June.

    Phase-one Drilling Highlights:

    San Agustín past-producing gold mine with a principal result of 7.45 g/t gold and 51 g/t silver across 7 metres in DH-BRG-001. Significant widths and grades were intercepted in several holes from San Agustín.
    San Antoñio historic gold-copper mine with 12.62 g/t gold and 78 g/t silver with 4.5% copper across 0.8 metres in DH-BRG-026.
    La Gloria historic gold mine with values of 10.65 g/t gold across 1 metre in a larger interval of 2.29 g/t gold across 8 metres in DH-BRG-028.
    Rob Birmingham, President & CEO, comments, "With Picachos' first ever diamond drill program concluded, Brigadier now has a robust dataset from which to plan the next phase of exploration. Over the course of the last eight months, exploration efforts have produced several high priority targets which the Company intends to follow up on, including a copper and base metals porphyry on the North end of the Picachos Project. With copper reaching all time high's, it is truly an exciting time to take a closer look at this aspect of the Property."

    Assays are still pending for 518 metres of drilling completed in phase-one, most of which is from a 3-hole fence drilled across El Placer Norte where underground sampling returned grades of up to 12.79 g/t across the Huarache Vein. Perhaps more significantly, a surface trench across the El Placer trend returned values of 0.5 g/t gold across 65 metres in BRG-117154. This was followed by 8 metres of 2.14 g/t gold in adjacent trench BRG-117146.

    Further indications of a possible bulk tonnage gold target were returned from trench BRG-26892 with values of 1.07 g/t gold across 6 metres from a newly discovered mineralized outcrop of porphyritic rhyolite on the Santa Elena ridge, about 850 metres southwest of Garabato and 750 metres north of El Placer Norte.

    A copper porphyry target with associated base metals was confirmed in the northwestern part of the Property where approximately 350 metres of semi-continuous hand trenching on Line 2569200 uncovered sericitic alteration with values mainly greater than 240 ppm molybdenum (Mo) with up to 0.22% Mo across 6 metres. These results confirm the bedrock source for overlying Mo-in-soil results of up to 456 ppm Mo. This anomaly is about 400 hectares in size and is roughly defined by soil samples at 50 metre spacing on survey lines spaced 400 metres apart. Sericite with molybdenite is interpreted to represent part of a hydrolytic alteration shell around a buried porphyry system.

    Brigadier has 17.7 line kilometres of first-order geochemical anomalies for gold, copper and molybdenum outside the drilled areas that merit systematic mapping and trenching. A portion of these have been selected for near-term work this summer. Access routes for heavy equipment have been surveyed both to Garabato and to the porphyry area. The Company is considering an airborne geophysical survey to better understand both faulting and intrusions related to mineralization.

    National Instrument 43-101 Disclosure

    The technical information in this press release has been reviewed by Michelle Robinson, MASc., P.Eng., a Qualified Person as defined by National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects. Core and sample handling procedures are documented in the Company's press release dated October 22, 2020. Standard pulps, field duplicates, pulp duplicates and blanks are inserted into the sample stream. The samples were analyzed by SGS Laboratories in Durango using fire-assay methods for gold, and ICP methods with a 4-acid digestion for silver and base metals. SGS is an accredited laboratory. It is the Qualified Person's opinion that the technical information disclosed in this press release is reliable.

    Please visit our website to learn more about Brigadier Gold.

    About Brigadier Gold Limited

    Brigadier was formed to leverage the next major bull market in the natural resource sector, particularly precious metals. Our mandate is to acquire undervalued and overlooked projects with demonstrable potential for advancement.

    Led by a management team with decades of experience in mineral exploration and capital markets development, we are focused on advanced exploration opportunities in politically stable
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    greg
    LOL...somebody bought 200k shares for .19 this morning only to watch it fall to .1716 on a 500 share trade.
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    Back on January 20th, Bob Moriarty of 321gold said this about Brigadier Gold:
    "Brigadier is absurdly cheap. It is one of my top three picks for the year and frankly I expect it to go up by the biggest percentage gain of the three stocks I picked."

    Maybe old Bob had a senior moment and intended to say "Brigadier is garbage and I expect it to go down by the biggest percentage of the three stocks I picked".