Ontario Gold & Base Metals Project Overview

Six Projects, Four Greenstone Belts, Covering approx. 188sq.km

The company have acquired six Gold & Base metal projects in Ontario with either substantial historic samples or prospective geology, to prove and develop across four greenstone belts – Schreiber-Hemlo, Michipicoten (Wawa), Winston Lake & Dayohessarah. A large diversified land package totalling 901 claim units (approx. 188 sq. km).
Schreiber-Hemlo project – The Jackfish Lake project demonstrates high-grade showings of gold, silver, copper, zinc & REEs. The World Class Hemlo Mine (23Moz Ag) is 80km east, the Generation Mining Palladium project 50km east and Northshore Gold deposit (1.2Moz Ag) 28km west. The Syenite Lake property is further NE and is along strike to the Ansel Lake copper/zinc discovery.

Winston Lake - Beavertrap Lake & Carib Creek properties have multiple untested high priority airborne mag and EM conductors that may relate to the volcanic stratigraphy that hosts the adjacent Metallum Resources Lake Superior Zinc project, the second highest Zn-Cu deposit in the world, the CBLT high grade Coco gold deposit is adjacent to the Carib Creek property.

Wawa – Home to the Island Gold mine (1.3Moz at 9.71g/t Au) and Magino project (2.1Moz at 1.13g/t Au). The Dog Lake property has gold potential with Au samples up to 5.2g/t and Cu-Ni potential.

Dayohessarah – Grassroots Tocheri Lake property occupies a window of greenstone belt that is relatively unmapped and underexplored with grab samples of 9.64g/t Ag, 0.31g/and 916ppm Cu. Palladium One to the West, Harte Gold and First Class Metals to the South and E2 Gold to the East.