Dunlop Bay Property
76 mineral claims that cover 4,226 hectares
The Property is located immediately north of the Matagami Gold and Base Metals District, 15 km north-east from Glencore's Matagami Lake Mine Plant, processing zinc, copper, silver and gold material from the Bracemac-McLeod Mine.
Over 60 gold bearing veins and veinlets have been located (by Minière du Nord) in the central part of the property since 1956,
Strategically Located in the Matagami Region
- More than 18,695 metres of drilling distributed in 114 holes was conducted between 1985 and 1995 on the main gold occurrence, intersecting a series of quartz veins, veinlets, and breccia
- Gold bearing quartz veins and fracture networks are distributed at short range from the contact of the Dunlop Bay intrusion, inside a magnetic halo. Elsewhere in the Abitibi Greenstone Belt, these types of intrusions, commonly identified as Syenite, offer favorable geological conditions for the deposition of gold.
- Historical results are in the range of 3 g/t to 20 g/t over 0.3 to 1.3 metres from individual veins.