General Gold Resources Inc. announced that it has received all drilling permits needed to commence its current Clark's Brook exploration program. The Clark's Brook property is comprised of 31 claim units in central Newfoundland and surrounded on three sides by the Queensway Project, currently being explored and drilled by New Found Gold Corp. The Clark's Brook property consists of claims originally staked in 2016, covering two auriferous showings first discovered in 2003. As part of the earlier geological mapping and prospecting program, discoveries were made at both the Clark's Brook East ("CBE") and West ("CBW") zones. On the CBE gold zone, seven representative grab samples were attained, each comprised of material from several mineralized boulders that assayed between 2.98g/t and 24.5g/t gold with an average of 7.93g/t gold. The CBW gold zone discovery was first made in mineralized boulders returning 8.9g/t and 9.28g/t gold. The gold mineralization on the CBE area occurs in moderately to strongly silicified siltstones brecciated by a network of thin, commonly vuggy quartz veins. Boulders at the site, ranging from 0.5 to 2m3 in size, host 15-25% vein material with trace to minor pyrite and arsenopyrite. Grab samples range between 0.25g/t and 24.5g/t, with elevated silver, molybdenum, arsenic and antimony. The underlying bedrock contains less mineralization and silicification with smaller and less concentrated vein material but still carries gold mineralization to 1.3g/t gold. At the CBW zone, grab samples of outcrop and boulders returned assays ranging from anomalous to 9.28g/t gold with anomalous values in silver, lead, zinc and cadmium.