The Casa Cameron Project includes properties that are located north of La Sarre, Amos and Lebel-sur-Quevillon, in the northwest region of the province of Quebec and are readily accessible year-round with paved and gravel roads. The project represents a total of 312claims which covers a surface area of 17,094 hectares or 171 km2 distributed along the 225 km strike length of the Casa-Berardi Cameron Gold Trend, and includes nine gold properties:
The properties straddle segments of the major Casa-Berardi/Cameron gold break between Hecla Mining's Casa-Berardi Gold Mine, which has proven and probable reserves of 8.5 Mt at 4.9 g/t Au for 1.3M ounces, measured and indicated resources of 10.0 Mt at 4.2 g/t Au for 1.3M ounces and inferred resources of 3.3Mt at 5.5 g/t Au for 604,000 ounces (Hecla Mining (formerly Aurizon Mines), press release February 12, 2015) and Metanor Resources' Bachelor Gold Mine, with proven and probable reserves of 843,800 t at 7.4 g/t Au for 200,200 ounces and inferred resources of 426,100 t at 6.5 g/t Au for 89,400 ounces (Metanor Resources, NI 43-101 - April 26, 2011). All the properties contain previously identified gold-bearing zones and most of them are also strategically located adjacent and in strike to significant gold mines or deposits.
All of the claims are in good standing and in December 2013, a National Instrument 43-101 Technical Report reporting on the gold potential and exploration activities, was filed.