Proof Gold Project
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Nestled between Francois and Borel Lakes in British Columbia-Canada, and at the centre of a regional caesium anomaly, is the inaugural, green-fields, 905 hectare Proof Project staked in 2018. The project is within the traditional territories of the Skin Tyee Nation, the Nee-Tahi-Buhn Indian Band, the Nadleh Whut'en Band and the Stellat'en First Nation (list is preliminary based on current government information and is not conclusive). The Proof Project boasts easy access throughout the mineral tenures via a network of newly created resource roads (2018), nearby railway and power lines, and a 935 metre gold-in-twig anomaly supported by a halo of twig, silt and rock samples with anomalous caesium, antimony, thallium and vanadium as well as arsenic, silver and molybdenum values.
Desktop studies of prospective areas that are open for staking.
Following a review of regional stream and lake sediment samples collected within northern BC, a 300 km long multi-element geochemical anomaly was discovered. This anomaly extended from the Golden Triangle to the Yukon border and beyond. This region of BC and YT is currently underexplored due to its remoteness and historically large volume of mountain glaciers which can cover mineralization. Target areas were determined using regional geochemistry, geology, historical reports and geophysical data (where available).