in KIRKLAND LAKE, ONTARIO, CANADA
HOSTED IN THE ABITIBI GREENSTONE BELT
A prolific gold belt: +200Moz of gold production, and still active, continuing to produce.
The Kirkland Lake gold camp is a world-class mining camp and has produced +47Moz– host to high-grade gold mines that produced millions of ounces (the Kerr/the Lake Shore) and still producing high-grades at Macassa – average 17 g/t Au at 2.5 km depth.
Lucky Strike property has segment of the Metal Earth transect survey suggesting the Mulven is a deep seeded fault off the Cadillac Larder Lake Break – the regional structure associated with many gold deposits in the region
The combined property has many multi-ounce mineralized showings (lots of smoke), at least four past-producing mines, +60 kms of major mineralized structures and hundreds of kilometres of second- and third-order structures to be explored, all hosted within favourable geological settings. The project hosts the right rocks, with promising geophysical and geochemical signatures, with many structures to be explored for gold, copper, silver, and other precious and strategic/critical minerals.