The 3,971 ha Wishbone project, located 12 km west of the LGM project, consists of 10 claims and is contiguous to the eastern boundary of Teck/Newmont’s Galore Creek copper gold mineral development project which is one of the world’s largest undeveloped copper-gold-silver deposits1. The Wishbone contains a series of gold and silver quartz-carbonate veins and breccias occurrences over the nearly 12 km length of the claims. Glacier retreat in recent years has exposed between 50 m and 500 m of unexplored area that includes extensions to known prospects. The property was discovered by Teck in 1980 and fieldwork throughout subsequent years continued to expand upon Teck’s initial successes on the Property. The Company continues to compile and review all available data in respect to the Wishbone project and will issue an update in due course.
Referenced nearby historic resources, deposits and mines provide geologic context for the Project, but are not necessarily indicative that the Project hosts similar potential, size or grades of mineralization.