- Hemlo-Heron Bay Deformation Zone - Hemlo West contains 7.5 kilometres of this deformation zone that hosts the Hemlo Deposit located 13 kilometres to the east. Three zones, with appreciable intermediate to felsic volcanic units with variable alteration and mineralization have been identified by wide-spaced drilling. Regional scale magnetic signatures may serve as a vectoring tool for future testing.
- Clay River Area - a 2.5 kilometre area on the southern arm of a regional fold or arcuate bend with reported felsic tuffs and meta-sediment sequences. The area has seen very limited exploration.
- Mussey Creek - Represents an area with anomalous prospecting grab samples that returned 1.1 to 10.8 g/t gold, 1.4 to 7.0 g/t silver from a felsic intrusive within a mafic unit. The extent and control of gold mineralization is not clear and needs further evaluation.
- Baritic Zone (Kadrey) - Barite is a unique and major component of the Hemlo deposit as either a stratigraphic unit that has reacted with hydrothermal fluids or an entirely introduced hydrothermal mineral. A baritic unit has been mapped on surface and tested by diamond drilling, at the Hemlo West Project, over an approximate 4.5 km roughly west to easterly trend. Kadrey represents a 1.7 km section of the baritic trend that has been poorly tested.