The Murray Brook Deposit

What you need to know

Key Stats

The Largest undeveloped VMS deposit in New Brunswick

Spans 5,846 hectares

Regional Infrastructure Synergies with Nearby Mines

The Murray Brook Deposit stands as Canadian Copper’s flagship asset within the Bathurst Mining Camp, New Brunswick. Located southwest of the Caribou Mine on the Caribou Horizon trend, this expansive project area covers 5,846 hectares.

In January 2024, Canadian Copper secured 100% ownership of the Murray Brook Deposit.

The latest 2023 Mineral Resource Estimate for Murray Brook outlined over 21 million tonnes at an average grade of 1.42% CuEq, valued at $115 per tonne with 15.8 million tonnes at 2.60% Zn, 0.43% Cu, 0.92% Pb, 0.52 g/t Au, and 39.0 g/t Ag (1.42% CuEq) in the Measured category, and 5.3 million tonnes at 2.14% Zn, 0.52% Cu, 0.85% Pb, 0.67 g/t Au, and 37.3 g/t Ag (1.41% CuEq) in the Indicated Category; totalling over 650 Mlbs of CuEQ starting near surface.

Read more in the technical report by clicking HERE.

Based on a 2013 Preliminary Economic Assessment completed on the project, Murray Brook is estimated to have a lifespan exceeding 10 years. Currently in advanced exploration, the deposit is poised for further development, with pre-development stripping complete. Designed for open-pit mining, it presents significant long-term potential.

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