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A corner on a resource road in British Columbia overlooking Borel Lake to the south.

Gold-Silver Project

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The Proof Gold-Silver Project is a promising green-fields exploration opportunity located in the heart of a regional caesium anomaly in British Columbia, Canada. Nestled between Francois and Borel Lakes, the 905-hectare project was staked in 2018 and is situated within the traditional territories of several Indigenous communities, including the Skin Tyee Nation, Nee-Tahi-Buhn Indian Band, Nadleh Whut'en Band, and Stellat'en First Nation.The project boasts excellent infrastructure, with easy access via a network of newly created resource roads, nearby railway, and power lines. Geochemical surveys have identified a 935-meter gold-in-twig anomaly, surrounded by a 4-kilometer silver/platinum-in-twig halo. Additionally, silt and rock samples have revealed anomalous levels of caesium, antimony, thallium, vanadium, arsenic, and molybdenum, indicating the potential for a diverse epithermal-based mineralization system.

Drone colour imagery of grasslands with patches of evergreen trees showing an access road off a main resource road and a knoll in the top right corner of the image.

Copper-Gold Porphyry

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The Bass Copper-Gold Porphyry Project is a strategically located, green-fields exploration opportunity just 23 kilometers from the town of Fort St. James in British Columbia, Canada. The 300-hectare project is situated within the traditional territories of the Nak'azdli Band and the Binche Whut'en. The project is centered on a doughnut-shaped, low-density magnetic target identified by Geoscience BC's Central Interior Copper-Gold Research Project, which is thought to be a syenite or monzonite intrusion with potential for copper-gold mineralization. The project area is well-serviced by a network of created resource roads, nearby railway, and power lines, facilitating efficient exploration and development. Biogeochemical sampling conducted in 2022 has identified four areas of interest, including gold-silver-molybdenum, copper, silver, and platinum-arsenic anomalies, highlighting the project's copper porphyry potential.

BC Interior Plateau in a cut block featuring grasses, small lodgepole pine trees and taller aspen cluster in the distance under a partially cloudy blue sky.


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The Carp Lithium-(Copper) Project is a green-fields exploration opportunity situated 50 kilometers from Fort St. James in British Columbia, Canada. The 280-hectare project is located within the underexplored Cassiar Terrane, within northern BC's Omineca Belt, and boasts a magnetic high greater than 4500 gamma, as well as a bedrock-levelled copper anomaly. The project is within the traditional territories of the Lheidli T'enneh Nation and the Nak'azdli Band, and like the other projects, it benefits from excellent infrastructure, including a network of created resource roads, nearby railway, and power lines. Biogeochemical sampling conducted in 2022 has identified three areas of interest, including gold-copper-lead-cobalt-lithium, silver, and zinc anomalies, suggesting the potential for diverse mineralization including lithium pegmatite and copper-cobalt system.

Overview of a glassy mountain lake in northern BC featuring snow-tipped peaks and lush evergreen forests.


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).

Disclaimer: The information on the prospective areas has been compiled from sources believed to be reliable although the information may still contain technical or other inaccuracies, omissions, or typographical errors, for which no responsibility is assumed. Although reasonable and due care has been taken to ensure that all information contained is accurate and up-to-date, there is no guarantee that the validity, accuracy, or completeness of any claims, statements or information herein. Accordingly, readers are cautioned to seek independent professional advice.

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