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Long Lake

Long Lake Project (Long Lake Main Zone Deposit)

Project Highlights:

  • 100% project ownership, subject to 2% NSR.
  • Excellent road access and nearby infrastructure (power, workforce, services).
  • Initial NI 43-101 Resource estimate (2102) on Long Lake zinc-lead-copper-silver-gold VMS Deposit:
    • Indicated Resource of 407,000 tonnes grading 7.82% zinc, 1.58% lead, 0.97% copper, 49.0 g/t silver and 0.57 g/t gold (at a 7.0% Zinc Equivalent cutoff).
    • Inferred Resource of 78,000 tonnes grading 5.77% zinc, 1.24% lead, 0.70% copper, 34.0 g/t silver and 0.48 g/t gold (at a 7.0% Zinc Equivalent cutoff).
  • Long Lake main Zone deposit remains open for expansion; 70 drillholes totalling 20,243 metres completed to date.

Summary:

The 100%-owned Long Lake project is located approximately 100 kilometres southwest of Grand Falls-Windsor (pop. 15,000) and 50 kilometres south-southwest of Buchans (pop. 600).  The property hosts the Long Lake Main Zone Cu-Pb-Zn-Ag-Au volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) deposit.  Numerous VMS prospects and occurrences remain underexplored on the property.

Mineralization at the Long Lake Main Zone Deposit consists of several, up to 6 metre wide lenses of base and precious metal-rich massive sulphide (sphalerite, galena, chalcopyrite, silver and gold) mineralization and associated massive barite and underlying footwall stringer mineralization. The zones of mineralization intersected to date are hosted within limb domains of local scale isoclinal fold structures and it is interpreted that the massive sulphide lenses have been attenuated during post-mineral deformation


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