The 100% owned Arlington property is located 17 km north of Beaverdell and 67 km south of Kelowna within the Arrow Boundary District of south-central British Columbia. The property consists of three (3) mineral claims covering 649 hectares that cover geologically prospective ground immediately north of the historic Beaverdell Mining Camp and the Carmi mine. The success in the Beaverdell and Carmi Camps was a key driver in the early success of the Arlington property in the late 1800s and early 1900s.
The Arlington property hosts numerous Minfile occurrences identified as structurally controlled polymetallic Ag-Cu-Pb-Zn +/- Au veins predominantly restricted to Anarchist type rocks. Recent work programs included robust property-wide geochemical, mapping and prospecting surveys and a mag-vlf geophysical survey. Results of this work were very encouraging and returned two high-grade select grab samples assaying 221 g/t silver and 11.7 g/t gold*. The analytical and geophysical results further revealed that the polymetallic mineral occurrences have the potential for considerable subsurface continuity between the showings. Further work is required to define these extents.
*Note: The grab samples mentioned above are solely designed to show the presence or absence of mineralization. Grab samples are by definition selective, and not intended to provide nor should be construed as a representative indication of grade or mineralization at the Project.