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Thibert Project
British Columbia, Canada

Tanacross Project
Alaska, USA

Frotet Project
Quebec, Canada

Chicobi Project
Quebec, Canada

Chebistuan Project
Quebec, Canada

> Chebistuan

The Chebistuan Project is an ~120,000 Ha district scale exploration opportunity within the prolific, Abitibi Greenstone Belt. The Chebistuan Property is one of the largest contiguous land packages in the Abitibi (120,000 ha) that covers ~95 km of a series of crustal scale deformation zones and 140km of highly prospective sedimentary-volcanic rock contacts.

Size:
120,000 ha

Location:
Quebec, Canada

Deposit Type(s):
Orogenic Au, intrusion-related Au, VMS, & Ni-Cu-PGE

> Chicobi

The Chicobi Project covers 41,775 ha and over 45 kilometers of strike along the Chicobi Deformation Zone (CDZ), a major, yet under-explored structural break transecting the Abitibi greenstone belt of Ontario and Quebec. The CDZ is analogous to the other major breaks hosting world-class Au deposits of the Abitibi, such as the Cadillac-Larder Lake, Casa-Berardi, and Sunday Lake – Lower Detour deformation zones, and has the potential to host significant orogenic gold and VMS mineralization.

Size:
41,775 ha

Location:
Quebec, Canada

Deposit Type(s):
Orogenic Au, VMS, Ni-Cu-PGE

> Frotet

The Frotet Project covers 37,840 ha of the Frotet-Evans Archean greenstone belt within the Opatica geological sub-province of Quebec. The property is adjacent to the past-producing Troilus Au-Cu mine and covers several major deformation zones associated with known orogenic gold prospects, as well as stratigraphy hosting VMS deposits elsewhere in the belt.

Size:
37,840 ha

Location:
Quebec, Canada

Deposit Type(s):
Orogenic Au, Intrusive-related Au, VMS

> Tanacross

The Tanacross Project consists of 45,900 Ha of prospective ground in the Yukon-Tanana Terrane, which hosts the Casino porphyry Cu-Mo-Au deposit and the Coffee & Pogo orogenic Au deposits. The property covers exposures of porphyry style mineralization and has significant potential to host large porphyry systems and various other styles of mineralization.

Size:
45,900 ha

Location:
Alaska, USA

Deposit Type(s):
Porphyry Cu-Mo-Au, Intrusion-related Au, VMS

> Thibert

The Thibert Creek Project consists of ~12,000 ha covering 25km strike-length of a crustal scale, terrane bounding fault system within the Dease Lake placer gold camp (200,000 oz recorded placer Au production). The property encompasses numerous headwaters of productive creeks and rivers with recorded gold production of 72,000 oz within the project area.

Size:
12,000 ha

Location:
British Columbia, Canada

Deposit Type(s):
Orogenic Au