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Blackdome Project

The Blackdome property is considered to be prospective for gold and silver mineralization and is located in the Clinton Mining Division approximately 120 kilometres southwest of the City of Williams Lake. The project area covers 586 ha. The property has been explored since 1980’s but has never been drilled. Anomalous gold-silver mineralization is hosted in quartz veins sub-cropping over an area of approximately 1,300 by 700m. Quartz veins have typical low sulfidation, banded, vuggy, bladed and chalcedonic epithermal textures. The Blackdome project is underlined by Cretaceous Power Creek Volcanics and sediments belonging to Tylor Creek group. These two units were intruded by hornblende feldspar porphyries (HFP). Gold-silver mineralization identified in the Blackdome property appears to be associated with intrusions that possibly served as a “conduit” for the hydrothermal mineralization.

The Company plans to complete an extensive data compilation program on the Blackdome project in order to better define the target areas on the property. 


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