The Turgeon Project
What you need to know
75+ million pounds of copper at +1.5% in historical resource estimate*
200+ million pounds of zinc at +4% in historical resource estimate*
Option to Earn 100% Ownership
*NI 43-101 Technical Report entitled “Technical Report for the Turegon Property, Northeast New Brunswick, Canada” (effective August 17, 2021) prepared by Michael Dufresne M.Sc., P. Geo.
The Turgeon Project is located within the prolific Bathurst Camp of New Brunswick, Canada which has hosted over 45 volcanogenic massive sulphide (VMS) base metal deposits.
Initially discovered in 1958, several companies have explored the project and discovered six sulphide zones comprised of copper and zinc mineralization.
Highlights from previous drilling campaigns include:
- 2.5% Cu over 34.1 meters;
- 2.7% Cu over 36.2 meters;
- 12.4% Zn & 1.8% Cu over 8.7 meters.Three distinct VMS lenses have been identified (Powerline, Zinc Zone, and Dragon) which are shown below. There are several untested drill targets on strike that will require additional drilling.
Several historical mineral resource estimates exist on the project and are summarized in the below technical report.
Please download the updated Turgeon Technical Report, titled: “Technical Report for the Turegon Property, Northeast New Brunswick, Canada.
OUR STRATEGY FOR 2022
Refine several drill targets that look to expand resources at the three primary VMS lenses. Continue prospecting such as channel sampling and grab samples over untested quartz mineralized areas to the southern portion of the project area that has never been drilled.