Kirkland Lake Gold Inc (KGI)

Kirkland Lake Gold Inc (KGI)

Kirkland Lake Gold Inc (KGI): Drilling on New South Zone Returns Gold

Kirkland Lake Gold Inc is pleased to announce an update on diamond drilling in the South Mine Complex (SMC). The SMC consists of 15 or more mineralized zones, one of which is the New South Zone, located 800 feet to 2,000 feet south of the historical mine workings on the Company's Macassa Mine property.

Drilling on New South Zone Returns 3.86 Ounces of Gold (132.3 Grams) Over 16.0 Feet True Width and 3.24 Ounces of Gold Per Ton (111.1 Grams) Over 8.1 Feet True Width

Stewart Carmichael, Chief Exploration Geologist, commented: "This latest round of drilling on the central area of the New South Zone has firmed up the extent of this zone." He added, "Many of the drill holes returned multiple intersections in various zones which we are still compiling. We look forward to further expansion of the New South Central in the near future."

Steve Gray, Chief Production Geologist, commented: "The proximity of the New South Central Zone to the newly developed mining infrastructure will permit this zone to be developed and mining to commence within the next 12 to 18 months."

For full details are available from the Company's website www.klgold.com

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