Contact Gold Corp. announce the drilling of an additional gold discovery, X-Ray, at its Green Springs gold project in White Pine County, Nevada. This new discovery at the X-Ray Target comes on the heels of the Company's Tango discovery, announced June 15, 2021, and contains even better oxide gold intercepts. The X-Ray Target sits midway between the northern end of the Mine Trend and the Alpha Zone, and bridges a gap with no prior drilling of over 500 metres between these zones. The X-Ray and Tango discoveries are the blueprint for a significant expansion opportunity at the property. X-Ray is located in a structurally complex area midway between the northern end of the Mine Trend and the Alpha Zone, bridging a gap of over 500 metres. X-Ray is hosted at the Devonian Guilmette limestone/Pilot shale contact, host to Kinross' 1.5 Moz Alligator Ridge/Vantage and Saga deposits at the Bald Mountain mine 40 km to the north The Devonian limestone/shale host at X-Ray, Tango and Alpha is underexplored at Green Springs where it underlies the Mississippian limestone/shale contact that was previously exploited along the Mine Trend Gold mineralization at X-Ray is mostly hosted within decalcified and variably oxidized and silicified Pilot Shale with minor mineralization in collapse breccia of the underlying Guilmette limestone X-Ray is open for expansion, particularly to the south and west and east Road cut sampling and detailed mapping of the drill road are underway to collect the necessary data to plan the 2nd phase drill program Contact Gold began the 2021 Green Springs drill program in late February and completed 58 drill holes totaling 7,511 meters. Assays are pending for 32 drill holes, including from the Mine Trend, Alpha Zone and the Golf Target.