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New Brunswick

Lake George Property

  • The property consists of a total of 283 claims covering an area of 61.04 km2 approximately 40 km west of Fredericton, and adjacent to the north to the past producing Lake George antimony mine. 
  • 237 staked claims, 100% owned, totaling 51.86 km2.
  • 46 optioned claims totaling 9.18 km2
  • Close to infrastructures (paved highways, deep-sea port and power lines), with excellent year round access.
  • The Geological Survey of Canada (GSC) reported in 1991 that pre-production development at the former Lake George mine exposed tellurium (Te) and bismuth (Bi) mineralization across zones 6 to 12 metres wide in the footwall of the main antimony vein system. Tetradymite, a Tellurium bearing mineral, was identified as a distinct phase. Native gold (Au) was also reported.
  • A large buried late intrusion of 2.0 km in diameter west of the Waterloo Lake was detected in 2014. Data integration and interpretation completed in 2014 helped to define a high temperature zone immediately in contact with the Waterloo Lake intrusive for gold, bismuth and tellurium mineralization (Au, Bi and Te).

Lake George
Lake George

Victoria Lake Property

  • The property consists of a total of 391 claims covering an area of 88.69 km2.
  • 343 staked claims, 100% owned, totaling 77.80 km2
  • 48 optioned claims totaling 10.89 km2
  • The Property is located within Clarendon, Lepreau and Pennfield Parishes of Charlotte County in New Brunswick, approximately 50 km south of Fredericton.
  • Access to the property is excellent all year round and close to infrastructure.
  • Immediately adjacent to the Mt Pleasant Property with Tin deposit and former Tungsten mine and extending towards Victoria Lake for nearly 20 km East-West.

Victoria Lake