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The New Brenda claim is a 100 km2 land package strategically located between the past producing Brenda and Elk mine. It is within the prolific Quesnel terrane which hosts many of BC’s best gold and copper districts. The claim is roughly 25 km from West Kelowna and can be accessed through a dense network of forest service roads.
The area was last systematically explored in the early 90s. After that time various prospectors picked up small claim blocks and exploration was sporadic. Over the last few years the Company amalgamated the numerous exploration licenses and the entire claim block is now ready for systematic exploration.
Trenching by Flow Metals in 2019 yielded 4m at 4 g/t Au with 1m at 15.4 g/t Au. Gold is hosted in a narrow gossanous vein that is on trend with several other trenches and surface occurrences that indicate the vein continues for several hundred meters. The vein is roughly east west directed, and the gold is associated with bismuth and tellurium. The chemical and structural data indicate similarity to the Elk deposit 20km to the west, which contains east-west directed vein gold associated with bismuth and tellurium.
The neighboring Elk deposit hosts a total resource of 211,900 ounces of gold (M&I) at 6.32 g/t Au. Bayshore Minerals recently raised $10,000,000 to put the Elk mine back in production. The gold may be associated with granitic to intermediate intrusions on the claim and thus be an intrusive related gold system (IRGS). IRGS may comprise a series of parallel veins in the cupola of an intrusion. *Mineralization on adjacent properties does not indicate mineralization.