Dog Lake​

154 mining claim cells (~25sq km) in the Michipicoten (Wawa) greenstone belt.

Geology

The Dog Lake property is located on the southeastern limb of the Michipicoten Greenstone Belt, home to the Island Gold mine, operated by Alamos Gold, one of Canada’s highest grade and lowest cost gold mines (1.3Moz at 9.71g/t Au). Further, the Magino project (2.1Moz), owned by Argonaut Gold, is currently clearing the site for construction of a mine, with first gold production forecasted during the first half of 2023.

The Northern part of the property is host to a large silicified quartz stockwork system. The stockwork system strikes roughly north-south. The zone is approximately 15 meters wide and has been traced for 800 meters. The system is open along strike in both directions. The southern part of the property has similar ultramafic geological units along Carry Lake to the Frymire property, with Cu-Ni potential. There has been significant recent staking/acquisition adjoining property.

Mineralisation

Northern Area
The Gilbert prospect samples up to 3.73g/t Au in a carbonated shear zone within altered mafic metavolcanic rocks lying about 400 meters north east of the Ash Lake pluton (granodiorite rocks). There are at least 2 EM conductors east of Gilbert prospect.

The Anglehart/Discovery prospect samples up to 5.2g/t Au (including up to 0.22% Cu). The Discovery Prospect (faulted quartz stockwork zone) has a significant linear extent and the alignment with a N-S magnetic boundary.

Southern Area
An outcrop roadside soil sample by Ontario Geological Survey (OGS) identified Cu 3474ppm.

Similar ultramafic geological units along Carry Lake to the Frymire property, with Cu-Ni potential.

Features a number of Breccia targets suggesting hydrothermal alteration.

Next Steps

Detailed surface mapping & sampling, in particular:

1) The structurally controlled gold-bearing stockwork zone at Anglehart/Discovery close to granite-metavolcanic boundary.

2) Gilbert prospect – shear zone hosted gold target is poorly documented.

3) Track the extension of the Carry Lake ultramafic-hosted Cu-Ni occurrences.

Dog Lake geology