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Strategic Strength

Untested drill target

Strategically located between past producers to the east and west

Large multi-kilometre footprint

Prime Quesnel terrane prospect

47 square kilometre road accessible land package

New Brenda, British Columbia

In 2017 the Company amalgamated a group of exploration licenses to create a large claim block. The company engaged in a data heavy interpretation of the block in it's entirety and found new targets including a new porphyry target (XP) using the GeoDL artificial intelligence engine. The block was subsequently resized to focus on XP.

The New Brenda claim is a 47 km2 land package strategically located between the past producing Brenda mine and the active Elk mine. It is within the prolific Quesnel terrane, host to many of BC’s best gold and copper projects. The claim is roughly 25 km from West Kelowna and can be accessed via highway and a network of forest service roads.

geophysical representation of the XP target

In 2023, a large soil grid resulted in the discovery of two main anomalous zones at XP. The central mag-low ring has a diameter of 1200m and showed a silver-bismuth anomaly outlining much of the mag-low ring. A coincident copper-molybdenum anomaly is slightly offset, centered east of the silver bismuth anomaly.

Copper results from soil sampling

The second anomaly was discovered on the north-east corner of the survey grid. This anomaly spans over 1 kilometer and is open to the north, west and south. The anomaly shows elevated copper, molybdenum, silver and arsenic. Highly anomalous copper values were discovered another 780m to the southeast.

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