Samuel Lewis

Samuel Lewis
Sr. P.Geo., Trillium Gold

Trillium Gold; Recent Developments and Successes

Trillium Gold (TSX:TGM) is bringing new minds and modern interpretations to their Red Lake and Confederation Belt properties. Recent successes include the interception of structurally controlled high grade gold mineralization within the NT Zone that continued into the hanging wall at the Newman Todd Complex. Also, Trillium Gold was able to identify features that are intimately associated with gold mineralization at the Red Lake Gold Mines on its Gold Centre property. Recent developments from the Confederation Belt properties include the identification of favourable structures, alterations, and veining from historical drill core which are now being relogged and sampled for gold. With the amalgamation of the Confederation Belt properties through recent acquisitions, the company is bounded by the Red Lake and LP Fault structures, positioning it as one of the most promising exploration sites in the centre of the Red Lake mining district.


Samuel Lewis completed his BSc (Major) in Geological Science at the University of Manitoba in 2015 and has been working since 2011 on orogenic gold and epithermal deposits in the Yukon, British Columbia, Manitoba, and Ontario. He had several exploration successes which include identifying grassroot properties which discovered orogenic gold hosted veins and is currently being explored DSM: Syndicate. More recently, Samuel’s 2020-2021 publication of Recommendation for Exploration showed a correlation between deep tapping seismic reflections and gold deposits in the Red Lake area that prompted a staking rush while he was employed as the District Geologist for the Red Lake Mining District for the Ontario Geological Survey. With Trillium Gold Mines, Samuel has been advancing the companies Newman Todd, Gold Centre, and Confederation Belt properties. Samuel is an active member and currently the chairperson for CIM Red Lake which promotes and encourages mining and exploration in northwestern Ontario.