Corporate Profile

Jaxon Mining Inc.

Jaxon Mining is a Canadian-based exploration and development company focused on acquiring highly prospective properties within British Columbia. Using a data/model driven exploration approach, the company is targeting regions with similar geological structure to known districts, or regions in which a better understanding of the geology could lead to new and promising opportunities. The company currently holds two prospective properties in two of Canada’s most prolific districts - the Skeena Arch and the Iskut - Golden Triangle.

The company is managed by a team of experienced mining professionals with expertise that spans a wide range of knowledge from technical and on the ground exploration to marketing and finance.

The company is adopting the prospect generator model to attract partners to prospects on our properties. We are actively seeking partners to drill test a porphyry system at Red Spring and other targets at Max, both at Hazelton and a number of VMS and epithermal targets at More Creek. For further information, please contact us at info@jaxonmining.com.

Hazelton Project

The Hazelton Project now spans more than 39,000 ha and is prospective for world class Eskay Creek and Equity Silver style mineralization. At the Max and Knoll targets widespread soil anomalies and surface showings up to 3,397 g/t Ag, 12.7 g/t Au, and 22.29% Zn have been found. Jaxon has done significant work at Hazelton in 2017 expanding the Max target, and has discovered new zones of high-grade mineralisation.

More Creek Project

The More Creek Project, located within the Golden Triangle, is the amalgamation of the Wishbone and Foremore properties. Now expanded to almost 20,000 ha, the project hosts multiple geological models. Significant historical exploration has indicated numerous targets to pursue – the first priority is a comprehensive data compilation. Results include rock chip samples including 93.7 g/t gold and 81.7 g/t gold. A drill hole returned 3.1 metres averaged 14.6 grams per tonne gold, 1114 grams per tonne silver, 0.2 per cent copper, 1.2 per cent lead and 6.6 per cent zinc.