Brigadier Gold Limited announced further drill results from exploration of newly identified gold targets at its Picachos gold-silver-copper project Sinaloa, Mexico. Brigadier has received analytical results for diamond drill holes DHBRG044 to 050 from SGS Laboratory. Principal results are from 47, 48 and 49, a fence of holes drilled across the northwesterly trending El Placer Vein system. In the winter of 2021, the Company completed underground sampling of several historic gold mines along the northwest part of El Placer. Host rocks to the mineralization are mainly rhyolitic ignimbrite. Regionally, these are pervasively silicified and brecciated within the El Placer Vein system. Microcrystalline quartz, epidote and base metal sulfides such as galena and sphalerite occur in the silicified matrix between rock fragments. Gold is concentrated in shear zones marked by argillic alteration with or without quartz veining. DHBRG047 is completely mineralized and returned an overall result of 0.41 g/t Au with 0.2% Zn across 60.3 meters. From the geological model, it appears to have tested a series of shears in the hanging wall to La Botica represented by Tacuachas, Coralillo, Los Lentes and at least two newly defined structures in the footwall to Tacuachas. Notable individual results are 4.03 g/t Au, 4 g/t Ag, 0.2% Pb and 0.1% Zn across 0.5 meter, correlated to the Corallio Vein and 1.49 g/t Au with 0.3% Zn across 1.8 meter correlated to Los Lentes Vein. The main results from DHBRG048 are in the top of the hole. The interval between 3 and 4 meters contains 6.89 g/t Au with 0.04% Cu, 0.1% Pb and 0.1% Zn and is correlated to the Tacuachas Vein. Between 14 and 18 meters an intercept of 1.85 g/t Au with 0.1% Pb and 0.1% Zn defines a new shear zone in the footwall to Tacuachas with a maximum value of 5.51 g/t Au across 1 m between 16 and 17 meter.