Rover Metals Corp. (TSXV: ROVR) (“Rover Metals” or the “Company”) is pleased to announce results of its soil geochemical survey on its 100% owned Cabin Lake Gold Project, NT, Canada. Rover Metals’ Fall 2018 Exploration Program at its Cabin Lake Gold Project has focused on revisiting the historic gold zone occurrences over the gold-rich iron formation to better understand the system, geology, structure and mineralization. The Fall 2018 Exploration Program has combined a detailed Total Magnetic Field UAS Survey with a Soil Geochemistry Survey. The second phase of the Cabin Lake Gold Project exploration program will consist of diamond drilling scheduled for the upcoming winter months. The results from the Geochemical Survey, even at the ultra-trace level, reveal strong coincident gold anomalies around and on known historic gold mineralization areas, particularly over the Camp and Andrew South Zones. The survey also shows a new additional well-defined anomalous zone in the south-east zone of the property. The interpretation of the results from field reconnaissance, the magnetic survey and the preliminary soil sampling analysis supports the hypothesis of a gold bearing system in the form of a shear corridor intersecting a series of folded iron formations, with gold preferentially being deposited within sulphidized sections of the iron formations in such zones. Rover Metals’ interpretation supported by the new gold in-soil anomalies, also supports the hypothesis that there is a much more extensive gold system than initially discovered by Aber Resources’ historic exploration drilling in the late 1980’s which only focused on one folded section of the Bugow Iron Formation. Rover Metals has identified repetitive targets within these northeast-southeast shear corridors. The Company believes the Cabin Lake system is similar in kind and style to the historic Lupin Gold Mine in Nunavut, Canada, and to some extent to the Musselwhite Gold Mine in Ontario, Canada. To access the full news release click here.