Photo Gallery

Hazelton Property, Phase 1 drilling, November 2017

Complex contact between rhyolite (pale green-grey) and argillite. The contact relationships suggest either extrusion or intrusion of the rhyolite into still unconsolidated sediments.
Example of split core for sampling
NQ core from Phase One drilling, hole JAX 17-05, November 2017
Drill Core at Drill Site, JAX 17 - 11
Palletized core samples en route to the lab
Moving core boxes from the drill site to our logging facility
Pulling core from diamond drill
Testing down hole deviation with a reflex tool
Setting up Diamond Drill, Phase One Drilling on Hole JAX17 - 01
Loaded palletized core samples ready for shipping to Laboratory
Palletized core samples
Helicopter moving supplies, Phase One Drilling
Diamond Drill, Phase One Drilling on Hole JAX17-10
Diamond Drill Crew in the field, Phase one Drilling
Phase one Drilling on Holes JAX17 -11 &12
Phase one Drilling on Holes JAX17 -11 &12
Phase one Drilling on Holes JAX17 -11 &12
Drill Core at Drill Site, JAX 17 - 11

Hazelton Property

Massive sulphides in place at 550m level
Massive Sulphide boulder at 550m level
Fresh sample from new outcrop “728 Mike’s” at 728m level
Massive silver sulphosalts at top of 30m-high exposure at 742m level showing
Detail of massive silver sulphosalts, 742m level showing
Detail of suspected grained gray silver-rich sample
Samples showing bedding (right) and grained gray suspected silver-rich sample (left
Location of historical sample returning 2015 g/t Ag, showing a lens of sulphides below
Example of massive sulphides immediately under rhyolite and sedimentary layers – perfect model for shallow marine VMS style
Location of historical sample returning 2015 g/t Ag, showing a lens of sulphides below
Selection of samples from new showing 728 Mike’s
Detail of sample from 728 Mike’s – outcrop discovery June 2017
Suspected high grade silver in stratigraphic beds
Typical hillside scarp slope south side of Max stock approximate elevation 700 m in Skeena Group volcanic and sedimentary rocks host bedded VMS base metal sulphides (lead, zinc) and silver sulfolsalt (antimony rich) and gold.
Discordant veins and stringer sulphide mineralization in altered (Fe/Mn carbonate) argillites at the Max VMS target.
Steep slope of Skeena VMS setting of shallow marine sediments and volcanics hosting discordant sulphide veins and high grade base metal and precious metal stratabound sulphide beds at the Max target
726 m elevation: MASSIVE SULPHIDE -AG/SULFOSALT (pyrite-sphalerite, minor Fe/Mn carbonate, quartz, sericite) Grade: 50 g/t Ag, ~ 1 g/t Au, 28.4% Zn, 1.2% Pb, >2000 ppm, Sb, >10000 ppm, As
730 m elevation: MASSIVE SILVER SULFOSALT: 90% Boulangerite (Pb5Sb4S11 + Ag) Grade: 49% Pb, 1.8% Zn, 0.6% Fe, >2000 ppm, Sb, 717 g/t Ag, 1.7 g/t Au
Typical semi-massive to massive stratiform, bedded, sulphide-solfusalt, mineralized Skeena Group sediments (MAX Target Hillside)
Expanded Trench of typical semi-massive to massive stratiform, bedded, sulphide-solfusalt, mineralized Skeena Group sediments (MAX Target Hillside)
Max Target: Alteration and sulphide mineralization exposed at surface under moss (direct relationship of soil anomaly to bedrock target)
Altered beds of semi massive, massive sulfosalt lying directly under moss on soil grid
Max Target upper elevation zone 742 meter exposed and channel sampled( blue paint) high grade semi to massive sulphide beds and veins, including a one meter sample grading 1006 g/t silver (August 9, 2017 PR)
Max Target upper elevation zone 742 meter exposed and channel sampled( blue paint) high grade semi to massive sulphide beds and veins, including a one meter sample grading 1006 g/t silver (August 9, 2017 PR)
Max Target upper elevation zone 742 meter exposed and channel sampled( blue paint) high grade semi to massive sulphide beds and veins, including a one meter sample grading 1006 g/t silver (August 9, 2017 PR)

Pictures of Red Spring Discovery (Sept 14, 2017 news)

Example of tourmaline breccia, west side of CRT Discovery
Example of breccia, west side of CRT Discovert
Relatively narrow breccia, northern end of CRT, trends to upper left
Highly sulphidic breccia detail, northern CRT Discovery
View of juxtaposition of shallow dipping breccia zone, with larger vertical breccia visible in and west walls of CRT (east wall to the left, pic taken looking south)
View of RS discovery area, looking WSW. Ferruginous alteration on a large scale
Limonite coating of stream gravels from proximal highly sulphidic quartz-pyrite rock, RS Discovery
Large block of breccia, RS Discovery zone
Magnetite alteration is sediments, filling fractures RS Zone
Magnetite alteration in sediments as 0.6cm clots in quartzite

More Creek Project

Cross-cutting quartz carbonate bonanza coarse gold and multi-kilos silver vein in outcrop within the south zone. Telluride minerals are suspected. Numerous bonanza precious metal and MS float boulders have been exposed with glacial ice melt back.
Bonanza gold, silver veins in outcrop exposed by glacial melt back. No follow up since 2006.