StraightUp Discovers Multiple Targets Upon Completion of 2021 Exploration Plan on Ferdinand Gold Project in Red Lake, Ontario

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Figure 1

Ferdinand Gold Project showing Residual Total Magnetic Intensity with equal area color distribution.
Ferdinand Gold Project showing Residual Total Magnetic Intensity with equal area color distribution.
Ferdinand Gold Project showing Residual Total Magnetic Intensity with equal area color distribution.

Figure 2

Regional geological and structural framework of the Ferdinand Property, source Orix Geoscience.
Regional geological and structural framework of the Ferdinand Property, source Orix Geoscience.
Regional geological and structural framework of the Ferdinand Property, source Orix Geoscience.

Figure 3

Anomalous lake sediment samples within the Ferdinand Property.
Anomalous lake sediment samples within the Ferdinand Property.
Anomalous lake sediment samples within the Ferdinand Property.

VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Nov. 29, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) -- StraightUp Resources Inc. (CSE: ST) (OTCQB: STUPF) ("StraightUp" or the “Company”) is pleased to announce that its 2021 ground exploration and heli-bourne magnetic surveys on the Ferdinand Gold Project (the “Property”) are complete and that all available geologic data has been compiled by Orix Geosciences. Their structural interpretation confirms multiple areas of high merit and potential mineralization on the Property. The Company has the right to acquire 100% interest in the Property consisting of 17 contiguous mining claims covering 7,143 hectares located in the south Uchi greenstone belt, 120 km east of Red Lake, Ontario.

Commentary

StraightUp’s President and CEO Mark Brezer said, “We now have confirmation of D2 folding and ultramafic rocks, together considered to be a primary control for high-grade gold mineralization in this region, especially the Great Bear Resources Dixie Lake Gold Project. This study represents a transformation of the Ferdinand Gold Project, and we couldn’t be more excited about the road ahead in this unexplored and unappreciated section of the infamous Uchi subprovince.”

Heli-Bourne Magnetic Survey

Prospectair completed a high-resolution heli-borne magnetic (“MAG”) survey consisting of 2,985 line-km at 50-meter line spacings covering the entire property the last week of August 2021 (Figure 1).

Orix Geoscience has identified the project’s structural features, lithological contacts and rock types associated with potential gold and base metal mineralization (Figure 2).

Results of the Orix data compilation and reinterpretation study are as follows:

  1. A vastly improved geological and structural map that has turned a “simple framework” into a concise stratigraphic and folded layering of various volcanic, ultra-mafic, clastic sediments and felsic intrusive lithologies.

  2. D1, in the ENE to NW tight, isoclinal folded (F1) mafic intrusive, and mafic to intermediate volcanic units.

  3. D2, a north-south shortening recognized by sets of open to close-tight folds (F2).

  4. Major D2 shear zones are approximately parallel to the F2 fold axial traces.

  5. The possible continuation of “Fry-Bamaji Shear Zone,” or splay off, and several likely second order, or shear band ENE-striking structures, are the most predominant features within the property area.

OGS Lake Sediment Study, 2001

In 2001, the Ontario Geological Survey completed lake sediment sampling over parts of the Ferdinand Property. Results of the survey indicate a distinct clustering of lake sediment samples anomalous in Au, Cu, Ni, PGEs, Mo, Zn, Co, Cs +/-Pb and +/- Cd (Figure 3). The survey, coupled with the structural and geological study, has generated several new targets for potential mineralization.

Mike Kilbourne, P. Geo, an independent qualified person as defined in National Instrument 43-101, has reviewed and approved the technical contents of this news release on behalf of the Company.

The Property

The Ferdinand Gold Property is 13 km northwest of the town of Slate Falls. Access is currently by logging roads, with forestry logging operations scheduled for expansion into the property. It is located within the southeastern extension of the Uchi greenstone belt – one of the best metal-endowed greenstone belts by square kilometer in the world, with past production and current resources totaling 64 million ounces of gold. The property is sandwiched between Kenorland and Barrick’s South Uchi Project, 30 km to south, and First Minings Springpole Project, 25 km to the northwest.

About StraightUp

StraightUp is engaged in the business of mineral exploration and the acquisition of mineral property assets in Canada. Its objective is to locate and develop economic, precious and base metal properties of merit. StraightUp intends to conduct exploration on the RLX North, RLX South, Belanger and the Ferdinand Gold Property, all located in the Red Lake Mining Division, as well as the recently acquired Bear Head Gold Project, located within the Meen-Dempster Greenstone Belt of the Uchi Subprovince, approximately 80 kilometers west of the Pickle Lake Gold Camp. The Company’s recently acquired West Cat Mine includes an unpatented mining claim on Federal Land, located in the Historic Beatty Mountain Nevada Mining District/Nye County, Nevada, about 15 kilometers east of U.S. Route 95, approximately 20 kilometers from Beatty, Nevada, at the base of the Bare Mountain Range.

On Behalf of the Board of Directors

Mark Brezer, chief executive officer, president and director

For further information, please contact:

Mark Brezer
Chief Executive Officer, President and Director
(604) 989-6275

Neither the CSE nor its Market Regulator (as that term is defined in the policies of the CSE) accepts responsibility for the adequacy or accuracy of this release).

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