Detour Quebec

Detour East, Detour North, Detour Quebec SOQUEM

Detour East

The Detour East Block, 100%-owned by the Company, is located 75 kilometres north-west of Matagami and less than 5 km south of the Fenelon gold deposit (measured and indicated resources of 47,927 t at 10.7 g/t Au for 30,217 Oz Au and inferred resources of 27,245 t at 13.0 g/t Au for 11,000 Oz Au - American Bonanza Gold- NI 43-101 Jan.31, 2005). It consists of 94 mining claims for a total of 5,211 hectares and spans more than 18 km of the Sunday Lake deformation zone and 25 km of the Grasset deformation zone.

Detour North

The Detour North Block, 100%-owned by the Company, is respectively located 15 and 25 kilometres from the Detour Lake mining project (proven and probable reserves of 459.4 Mt at 1.01 g/t Au for 15 M oz Au, Detour Lake Gold corp., NI 43-101 compliant as 2014 Year-end Mineral Reserves and Resources) in Quebec, adjacent and close to the Ontario and located along the Sunday Lake Deformation Zone. The North Block contains 94 mining titles divided in two properties (Manthet and Martigny/Martigny Extension) totalling 4,895 hectares.

Detour Quebec Probe-SOQUEM

The Detour Quebec Probe-SOQUEM project is comprised of the contiguous Casgrain, Casgrain Extension, and Gaudet properties and cover more than 74 kilometres of the Lower Detour/Grasset deformation zone, 60 kilometres of the Massicotte deformation zone and 18 kilometres of the Sunday Lake deformation zone. It consists of 546 mining claims for a total of 29,147 hectares all located along the Detour Gold Trend.

On September 25, 2017, a joint venture agreement was signed with SOQUEM INC. ("SOQUEM").  Under the terms of the Agreement, Probe owned 75% interest and SOQUEM 25%. Probe remained the operator and each party was responsible for funding its proportionate share of expenditures on the Project. 

On April 28, 2020, Probe acquired SOQUEM's 25% interest in Detour Quebec project and owned 100% of the Project.

On July 9, 2020, Probe signed an option agreement with Midland Exploration, whereby Probe may earn up to a 65% interest in the La Peltrie gold property (“Property”). The Property is comprised of 435 claims representing 240 square kilometres and is contiguous with Probe’s Detour Quebec gold project. The consolidated package now stands at 1,169 claims representing 636 square kilometers along this prolific and highly prospective gold belt.