Orebodies has the right to acquire a 100% interest in 251 claim units covering approximately 4,047 hectares that are located in the Hemlo greenstone belt (the "Wire Lake Property"), under an option agreement previously announced on October 12, 2016. Through staking, Orebodies added an additional 455 claim units, bringing the entire property to over 11,300 hectares. The Wire Lake Property lies 29 kilometres to the northwest of the Williams Mine and 40 kilometres to the southwest of the past producing base metal mines near Manitouwadge. In April 2017, Orebodies acquired the adjacent Black Raven Property which added an additional 415 claim units covering 6,640 hectares.

Hemlo Greenstone

Gold was first discovered on the Wire Lake Property in 1986 and the property was explored by junior companies until 1993. Since that time the property had been dormant pending the outcome of litigation which has now been resolved. The Company's exploration program on the property in the fall was the first in over 20 years. Previous work identified a gold bearing zone (the "Wire Lake Gold Zone") over a 2,300 metre strike length that remains open in both directions and to depth.

Wire Lake Property Geology

The Wire Lake Gold Zone ranges in width from several metres to over 70 metres wide. It is characterized by moderate to intense alteration (silicification, carbonatization, biotitization and sericitization) within predominantly mafic volcanics. Sulphide content (pyrrhotite, pyrite, +/- arsenopyrite and sphalerite) usually ranges from 1-3% but can locally be up to 10%. Visible gold has been rarely observed, and where is does occur it is usually associated with quartz stringers and veinlets.

Wire Lake Drill Plan

During the fall of 2016, Orebodies completed an airborne detailed Mag/VLF geophysical survey over the Wire Lake Property, flying approximately 620 line kilometres. In early 2017, the Company completed a 34 line kilometre OreVision IP survey which was performed by Abitibi Geophysics that covered the known 2,300 metre gold bearing zone and extended the historical survey area 300 metres along strike to the north and south. Preliminary results from the survey have identified numerous priority targets that will be evaluated in conjunction with field work to generate targets for the summer drill campaign.

Wire Lake 3D

In addition to covering the extension of the Wire Lake gold trend, the Black Raven Property contains several gold and gold-zinc prospects and occurrences, including the Super G Prospect, the Kurt Kuhner Occurrence, as well as the Beaver Pond Boulder Train and Crocker Float.

The Super G Prospect was discovered by Hemlo Gold Mines Inc. in 1993. High-grade visible-gold bearing, quartz vein float boulders on the north shore of Smoke Lake returned grab samples assaying up to 32.3 gpt Au. Follow-up trenching and drilling outlined a narrow but locally, high-grade quartz vein system over strike length of 400 metres to a depth of 130 metres. The Super G Prospect remains open along strike and to depth. Drilling by Entourage Metals Ltd. in 2011-12 returned assay results of 44.57 gpt Au (uncut) over a drilled width of 2.38 metres.

The Kurt Kuhner Gold-Zinc Occurrence was discovered by Kerr Addison Mines Ltd. in 1971. Four diamond drill holes totalling 86.7 metres were drilled. Assay results included 2.74 gpt Au and 1.16% Zn over 5.55 metres from KP-71-5.
The Beaver Pond Boulder Train is located east of Smoke Lake and has been traced by prospecting for over 600 metres. The boulder train consists of angular syenitic-monzonitic material containing quartz veinlets and stockworks with 1-2% finely disseminated pyrite. Historic grab samples have returned results up to 47.66 gpt Au.

The Crocker Float is located approximately 270 metres north of Smoke Lake. Unlike the float in the Beaver Pond Boulder Train, the Crocker Float is composed of granodiorite crosscut by malachite stained quartz veinlets and veins containing up to 5% pyrite +/- chalcopyrite. Two historic samples taken from the boulder returned bonanza grades of 312.90 and 95.31 gpt Au, and 70.70 and 10.70 gpt Ag.

Black Raven Property

The 2017 phase one drill program consisted of twenty-two holes being drilled (WL-2017-001 to 009, 009a, and 010 to 021) totalling 3,069 metres. Complete assay results have been received from the first fourteen holes, which were drilled on the area around the Candlestick-North Hill Zone, as well as the Lucky Seven Zone. The Candlestick-North Hill Zone is co-incident with a 1,200 metre long I.P. chargeability anomaly defined in the recently completed I.P. survey. Historic work on the Wire Lake Property suggests that the I.P. anomaly could continue for another 600 metres to the northwest. Highlights from the initial results include: 2.6 gpt Au over 18.7 metres (2.0 gpt Au cut to 31.1 gpt) including a 0.5 metre section containing several small specks of visible gold which assayed 57.1 gpt Au in WL-2017-001; 1.4 gpt Au over 13 metres and 0.8 gpt Au over 28 metres (including 1.6 gpt Au over 10.6 metres) in WL-2017-002; 1.4 gpt Au over 32.4 metres including 4.2 gpt Au over 5.0 metres in WL-2017-011; and 1.4 gpt Au over 18.8 metres, including 5.3 gpt Au over 3.1 metres in WL-2017-013.

 

From

To

Interval*

Au (g/t)

Au (g/t)

Hole

(m)

(m)

(m)

uncut

cut to 31.1 g/t

WL-2017-001

8.3

27.0

18.7

2.6

2.0

including

21.8

23.3

1.5

21.3

12.7

including

21.8

22.3

0.5

57.1

31.1

WL-2017-002

14.4

27.4

13.0

1.4

-

and

33.4

61.4

28.0

0.8

-

including

36.4

47.0

10.6

1.6

-

WL-2017-003

-

-

-

NSA

-

WL-2017-004

-

-

-

NSA

-

WL-2017-005

21.5

39.9

18.4

1.1

-

WL-2017-006

31.6

32.6

1.0

1.5

-

and

35.0

36.8

1.8

0.9

-

and

41.0

48.1

7.1

1.3

-

WL-2017-007

96.2

102.6

6.4

0.9

-

and

117.0

129.0

12.0

0.9

-

and

139.0

144.0

5.0

0.6

-

WL-2017-008**

190.0

191.0

1.0

1.6

-

WL-2017-009A

226.4

227.4

1.0

0.5

-

WL-2017-010

127.3

128.3

1.0

0.5

-

and

155.2

158.2

3.0

0.7

-

and

161.2

166.5

5.3

0.7

-

and

187.3

192.0

4.7

2.7

-

and

204.5

207

2.5

0.5

-

WL-2017-011

99.9

102.0

2.1

0.5

-

and

108.5

111.2

2.7

0.6

-

and

127.0

133.0

6.0

1.7

-

and

155.0

187.4

32.4

1.4

-

including

180.4

185.4

5.0

4.2

-

and

190.9

191.9

1.0

0.8

-

and

198.0

201.0

3.0

0.5

-

WL-2017-012

123.4

125.6

2.2

0.7

-

WL-2017-013

69.8

88.6

18.8

1.4

-

including

69.8

72.9

3.1

5.3

-

and

94.3

95.3

1.0

0.5

-

and

105.1

106.7

1.6

0.6

-

and

110.3

111.0

0.7

0.6

-

and

113.3

114.3

1.0

0.7

-

WL-2017-014

-

-

-

NSA

-

WL-2017-015

3.9

16.6

12.7

1.1

-

and

19.5

20.5

1.0

0.5

-

and

25.2

26.2

1.0

0.7

-

and

27.8

38.7

10.9

0.8

-

and

74.1

74.9

0.8

0.8

-

WL-2017-016

6.4

8.5

2.1

0.8

-

and

10.5

15.0

4.5

1.3

-

and

22.0

36.0

14.0

1.1

-

and

44.1

44.9

0.8

1.2

-

and

48.7

56.0

7.3

0.9

-

and

59.4

60.0

0.6

1.9

-

and

61.9

64.7

2.8

0.8

-

WL-2017-017

150.0

152.0

2.0

0.8

-

and

168.6

172.9

4.3

0.8

-

and

243.3

252.5

9.2

0.5

-

and

266.5

270.5

4.0

0.6

-

WL-2017-018

15.1

21.5

6.4

1.2

-

and

26.0

27.0

1.0

1.3

-

and

28.5

29.1

0.6

1.3

-

WL-2017-019

22.1

27.5

5.4

1.5

-

and

33.4

46.2

12.8

1.3

-

and

56.9

59.9

3.0

1.8

-

and

87.0

89.0

2.0

0.8

-

WL-2017-020

51.0

69.0

18.0

1.4

-

WL-2017-021

67.3

99.0

31.7

1.1

-

incl.

68.3

73.7

5.4

1.6

-

incl.

93.2

99

5.8

2.0

-

*True widths can not be estimated at this time

**Dyked out

A plan map of the drill hole locations is available at:

https://canadianorebodies.com/site/assets/files/2011/wire_lake_drill_plan2017.pdf

Long section of the Candlestick-North Hill Zone:

Candlestick - North Hill Zone Long Section
 

Long section of the Lucky Seven Zone:

2017 Drill Hole Collar Locations

HOLE ID

EASTING

NORTHING

ELEV

AZIMUTH

DIP

DEPTH

ZONE

WL-2017-001

557034

5406510

406

251

-45

51

North Hill - Twin 89-15

WL-2017-002

557034

5406510

406

0

-90

90

North Hill

WL-2017-003

557017

5406713

385

250

-45

60

North Hill Ext

WL-2017-004

557017

5406713

385

0

-90

87

North Hill Ext

WL-2017-005

557056

5406421

440

250

-45

81

North Hill

WL-2017-006

557056

5406421

440

250

-80

84

North Hill

WL-2017-007

557109

5406520

436

295

-45

197

North Hill

WL-2017-008

557109

5406520

436

0

-90

256

North Hill

WL-2017-009*

557257

5406268

455

250

-75

45

Candlestick

WL-2017-009A

557257

5406268

455

250

-75

300

Candlestick

WL-2017-010

557145

5405959

415

70

-50

207

Lucky Seven

WL-2017-011

557207

5405801

401

72

-46

210

Lucky Seven - Twin 89-07

WL-2017-012

556949

5405196

342

260

-60

204

West Zone

WL-2017-013

557656

5405002

339

250

-45

181.5

North Wire

WL-2017-014

557590

5405623

405

250

-45

102

New Zone

WL-2017-015

557647

5404705

348

284

-44

81

South Lake Zone - Near 88-02

WL-2017-016

557647

5404705

348

284

-85

97.5

South Lake Zone

WL-2017-017

557602

5404640

359

90

-45

291

South Lake Zone

WL-2017-018

557072

5406345

425

250

-45

81

North Hill Candlestick

WL-2017-019

557072

5406345

425

250

-85

120

North Hill Candlestick

WL-2017-020

557083

5406452

435

250

-45

102

North Hill

WL-2017-021

557083

5406452

435

250

-85

141

North Hill

*Hole WL-2017-009 had to be abandoned and was re-drilled as WL-2017-009A

2017 Drill Hole Descriptions

Drill hole WL-2017-001 was drilled at -45 degrees and was a twinned hole of historic hole 89-15, which returned 18.3 metres of 1.2 gpt Au1. Hole WL-2017-001 encountered an interval of alteration typical of the Wire Lake Gold Zone, that is characterized by silicification, including quartz veining, biotitization, and sulphide mineralization (pyrite, pyrrhotite). Between 8.3 and 27.0 metres the hole encountered a heavily quartz veined zone with a variable weak to strong silicification, marbled silica flooding with veins up to 35cm accompanied by weak to strong foliation patchy brown biotite alteration and scattered pyrite and pyrrhotite mineralization up to 2-3% which assayed 18.7 metres of 2.6 gpt Au uncut (2.0 gpt Au cut to 31.1 gpt) including a 0.5 metre section between 21.8 and 22.3 metres containing several small specks of visible gold which assayed 57.1 gpt Au.

Hole WL-2017-002 was collared from the same setup and was drilled vertically. It intersected the Wire Lake Gold Zone between 14.4 to 61.4 metres. Between 14.4 to 27.4 metres a heavily quartz veined zone was encountered containing mineralized wallrock inclusions, and displaying breccia textures and shearing within and in surrounding biotite altered wallrock. The section contained 1% very fine grained pyrite and lesser pyrrhotite throughout. From 27.4 to 63.6 metres the hole intersected mainly silicified mafic volcanics with very minor quartz stringers and 1% to locally 5% disseminated pyrite and pyrrhotite. Assay results included 1.4 gpt Au over 13 metres (14.4 to 27.4 metres) and 0.8 gpt Au over 28 metres (33.4 to 61.4 metres) including 1.6 gpt Au over 10.6 metres (36.4 to 47.0 metres).

Holes WL-2017-003 (-45 degrees) and 04 (-90 degrees) were drilled from the same collar location approximately 200 metres northwest and along strike of holes WL-2017-001 and 002. Both holes encountered narrow, 2 to 5 metre wide zones of biotitic alteration, and silicification locally containing up to 5% pyrite-pyrrhotite however while the holes contained anomalous gold (>250ppb) neither returned any significant assay results.

Holes WL-2017-005 (-45 degrees) and 06 (-90 degrees) were again drilled from the same collar setup approximately 100 metres southeast of holes WL-2017-001 and 002 and midway between the historic North Hill and Candlestick Zones. Between 21.5 and 39.9 metres hole WL-2017-005 encountered moderate to intensely banded, biotite altered, mafic volcanics with sections up to 0.5 metres wide of quartz veining and associated silification. Pyrite-pyrrhotite (1-3%) was mostly associated with the biotite alteration. Assay results included 1.1 gpt over 18.4 metres (21.5 to 39.9 metres).

Hole WL-2017-006 intersected the Wire Lake Gold Zone between 30.6 to 48.1 metres. However in this hole the gold zone was cut by several intermediate to mafic dykes. Gold values included: 1.5 gpt Au over 1.0 metre (31.6 to 32.6 metres), 0.9 gpt Au over 1.8 meters (35.0 to 36.8 metres) and 1.3 gpt Au over 7.1 metres (41.0 to 48.1 metres).ole HH

Diamond drill hole WL-2017-007 was drilled at an oblique angle to the Wire Lake Gold Zone at a dip of -45 degrees due to local topography. The hole intersected the gold bearing zone between 60 to 80 metres northwest of holes WL-2017-001 and 002. WL-2017-007 encountered several zones of alteration and mineralization between 96.2 and 177.5 metres. From 96.2 to 102.6 metres lithologies observed were moderately to strongly biotitic altered with fragmented quartz veins and 1-2% pyrite-pyrrhotite. This section returned 6.4 metres of 0.9 gpt Au. From 105.25 to 177.5 metres varying intensities of biotite and quartz +/- carbonate veining were observed. Like the previous interval the quartz veining was predominantly fragmented/brecciated. Pyrite and pyrrhotite (1-2%) occurred as fine disseminations and very local blebs. Additional assay results included 0.9 gpt Au over 12 metres (117.0 to 129.0 metres) and 0.6 gpt Au over 5 metres (139.0 to 144.0 metres).

Drill hole WL-2017-008 was drilled vertically to intersect the Wire Lake Gold Zone at a depth of 160-180 metres and approximately 130 metres down dip of hole WL-2017-002 which returned 1.4 gpt Au over 13.0 metres and 0.9 gpt Au over 27.0 metres (see press release dated August 21, 2017). At the expected depth the hole intersected a post mineral diabase dyke. After exiting the diabase dyke the hole encountered a narrow zone of altered mafic volcanics between 187.4 to 194.2 metres containing anomalous gold values including 1.6 gpt Au over 1.0 metre (190.0-191.0 metres).

Hole WL-2017-009 had to be abandoned and was re-drilled as WL-2017-009A. It was drilled at an angle of -75 degrees and an azimuth of 250 degrees. The hole was collared to test the down dip extension of the Candlestick Zone with a corresponding I.P. chargeability anomaly. Between 155.05 and 215.1 metres a broad interval of variably altered volcanics was encountered containing locally up to 10% pyrite-pyrrhotite. Alteration observed was predominantly carbonate +/- quartz and not the usual silica-biotite alteration observed in the other holes. Only anomalous gold values were returned.

Hole WL-2017-010 was drilled at an azimuth of 70 degrees at -45 degrees. It was drilled to test a gap in the historic drilling between the Lucky Seven and Candlestick Zones and to test the Wire Lake Gold Zone at the same elevation as WL-2017-011 (see below). Assay results included: 0.7 gpt Au over 5.3 metres (161.2-166.5 metres) and 2.7 gpt Au over 4.7 metres (187.3-192.0 metres). Both gold bearing zones were hosted by altered mafic volcanics displaying moderate to strong silicification with associated biotite/chlorite alteration which hosted quartz flooded patches and stringers containing minor pyrite-pyrrhotite.

Diamond drill hole WL-2017-011 was drilled proximal to historic hole 89-07 into the Lucky Seven Zone at an azimuth of 72 degrees and an angle of -46 degrees. Hole 89-07 encountered two gold bearing zones between 122.83-130.76 metres (2.5 gpt Au over 7.9 metres, including 5.6 gpt Au over 3.1 metres1) as well as between 165.2-178.31 metres (13.1 metres of 1.5 gpt Au including 2.3 metres of 4.3 gpt1) suggesting that the Wire Lake Gold Zone may be bifurcating or there is potentially a second gold zone in the Candlestick Area. Hole WL-2017-11 confirmed the presence of two gold bearing zones. Between 127.0 and 133.0 metres (6.0 metres), an interval of strong biotite and silica alteration containing 5% pyrrhotite and 5-20% quartz stringers which assayed 1.7 gpt Au was encountered. The hole intersected a second zone of moderate biotite/chlorite alteration with trace to 1% pyrite-pyrrhotite and local silicification, which returned 1.4 gpt Au over 32.4 metres (155.0 to 187.4 metres) including 4.2 gpt Au over 5.0 metres (180.4-185.4 metres).

Hole WL-2017-012 was drilled on the West Zone where a single historic hole 89-18 intersected two narrow intervals running 5.0 gpt Au over 0.9 metres and 2.3 gpt Au over 0.9 metres near the bottom of the hole1. The hole intersected a 4.3 metre wide zone of anomalous gold values (>100ppb Au) approximately 70 metres down dip from the above mentioned intervals including a 0.7 gpt Au over 2.2 metre section (123.4 to 125.6 metres). The gold values are hosted within a zone that is very similar in appearance to the Wire Lake Gold Zone (moderate biotite alteration, up to 50% quartz veining and 1-2% disseminated pyrrhotite-pyrite). While the assay results are not economic, they do support the presence of a second gold bearing structure approximately 500 metres west of the Wire Lake Gold Zone. The Company is currently mobilizing linecutting and I.P. crews into the area.

WL-2017-013 was collared to test a 250 metre gap in the historic drilling north of the South Lake Zone. Between 9.8 and 69.8 metres it intercepted a post mineralization diabase dyke. Immediately after getting out of the diabase the hole entered the Wire Lake Gold Zone. Assay results included 1.4 gpt Au over 18.8 metres (69.8-88.6 metres) including 5.3 gpt Au over 3.1 metres (69.8-72.9 metres). Host rocks were moderately silicified, locally strongly foliated, mafic volcanics containing quartz stringers and frequent sections of 2-5% disseminated pyrrhotite +/- pyrite.

Hole WL-2017-014 was collared to test a recently discovered showing where surface grab samples returned values up to 6.96 gpt Au that was coincident with an I.P. chargeability anomaly (see press release dated July 10, 2017). The hole encountered several narrow bands of interflow sediments (chert-argillite) hosted by mafic volcanics that contain up to 10% disseminated and fracture related pyrite, pyrrhotite +/- chalcopyrite. No significant gold values were returned.

Drill hole WL-2017-015 was drilled on the South Lake Zone and was collared near hole 88-02 which encountered a broad zone of gold mineralization between 5.5 and 66.6 metres. Within this interval historic assay results included 1.2 gpt Au over 4.75 metres, 0.7 gpt Au over 23.9 metres, as well as 1.4 gpt Au over 14.2 metres1. WL-2017-15 intersected the gold zone between 3.9 and 38.7 metres. Host rocks consisted predominantly of moderate to biotite altered and silicified mafic volcanics, containing centimetre to decametre scale quartz stringers and veinlets (~20% of unit) and having 3-5% pyrite-pyrrhotite (locally up to 10%) as disseminations and blebs. Assay results included: 1.1 gpt Au over 12.7 metres (3.9 to 16.6 metres) and 0.8 gpt Au over 10.9 metres (27.8 to 38.7 metres).

Hole WL-2017-016 was drilled from the same setup at WL-2017-015 at -85 degrees and at an azimuth of 284 degrees. Altered, gold bearing lithologies were observed intermittently between 6.0 and 64.7 metres. Host lithologies primarily consisted of altered mafic volcanics with minor felsic and mafic dykes. The mafic volcanics were fine to medium grained, massive to well foliated, having patchy intervals of moderate biotite and silica alteration. Sparse quartz stingers were noted usually associated with 1-2% fine-coarse grained pyrrhotite-pyrite. Results included: 1.3 gpt Au over 4.5 metres (10.5 to 15.0 metres), 1.1 gpt Au over 14.0 metres (22.0 to 36.0 metres), as well as 0.8 gpt Au over 7.3 metres (48.7 to 56.0 metres) and 0.8 gpt Au over 2.8 metres (61.9 to 64.7 metres).

WL-2017-017 was collared at the south end of the South Lake Zone where the gold zone was interpreted to have been cut off or displaced by a fault. The hole was collared at -45 degrees and drilled due east until it intersected a significant north-south trending felsic dyke. The hole encountered two zones of low grade gold mineralization: the first was between 150 to 172.9 metres while the second was encountered between 243.3 to 270.5 metres. The upper gold zone was hosted within moderately sheared mafic volcanics with local fault gouge. Rare quartz carbonate veinlets were noted. Up to 3% pyrite occurs as disseminations or within fractures and stringers. While anomalous gold values were returned throughout the zone, the best assay result was 0.8 gpt Au over 4.3 metres (168.6 to 172.9 metres). The lower gold zone was more similar in appearance to that observed in the other holes. Host lithologies displayed the typical moderate to strong biotite alteration with local quartz veinlets and related silicification. Two low-grade intercepts of 0.5 gpt Au over 9.2 metres between (243.3 and 252.5 metres) and 0.6 gpt Au over 4.0 metres between (266.5 and 270.5 metres). The felsic dyke was encountered at 274.8 metres.

Diamond drill holes WL-2017-018 and 019 were drilled from the same setup at dips of -45 and -85 respectively and at an azimuth of 250 degrees. They were drilled to fill a gap between the recent drilling on the North Hill Zone and historic drilling on the Candlestick Zone. Hole WL-2017-018 encountered a narrow zone of silicified and sulphide (3-5% pyrite-pyrrhotite) bearing mafic volcanics which assayed 1.2 gpt Au over 6.4 metres between (15.1 and 21.5 metres). The zone contained abundant quartz stringers and was strongly sheared. In hole WL 2017-019 the zone of mineralization/alteration was considerably more extensive being observed between 22.1 and 59.9 metres. Within this broader zone several post mineralized mafic dykes were intersected most notably between 29.9 and 35.2 metres, 47.3 and 50.3 metres, as well as between 52.0 54.9 metres. The altered mafic volcanics exhibited moderate to strong biotite +/- chlorite alteration, with local sections of quartz-carbonate stringers/veins. Sulphide content (pyrite-pyrrhotite) averaged 1% but locally up to 5% around quartz veins. Assay results returned 1.5 gpt Au over 5.4 metres (22.1 to 27.5 metres), 1.3 gpt Au over 12.8 metres (33.5 to 46.2 metres and 1.8 gpt Au over 3.0 metres (56.9 to 59.0 metres).

Diamond drill holes WL-2017-020 and 021 were also drilled from the same setup at dips of -45 and -85 respectively and at an azimuth of 250 degrees. They were collared to further test the North Hill Zone, in particular in an area around previously reported holes WL-2017-001 to 004 which returned results including: 2.6 gpt Au over 18.7 metres (2.0 gpt Au cut to 31.1 gpt) including a 0.5 metre section containing several small specks of visible gold which assayed 57.1 gpt Au in WL-2017-001; and 1.4 gpt Au over 13.0 metres and 0.8 gpt Au over 28.0 metres (including 1.6 gpt Au over 10.6 metres) in WL-2017-002 (see press release August 21, 2017). From 51.0 metres to 69.0 metres (18.0 metres) hole WL-2017-020 returned 1.4 gpt Au. Host rocks consisted predominantly silicified mafic volcanics exhibiting moderate to strong biotite alteration within more foliated sections and weak to moderate biotite alteration in more massive sections. Abundant centimetre to decameter scale quartz veins and veinlets were noted. Sulphide content ranged from trace to locally 3% pyrite-pyrrhotite. In hole WL-2017-021 the altered gold bearing unit was observed between 67.3 and 99.0 metres (31.7 metres) which graded 1.1 gpt Au. Biotite +/- chlorite alteration was commonly observed, associated with sparse centimetre to decameter quartz veinlets and veins. Sulphide content was generally less than 2% as fine disseminations of pyrite and pyrrhotite. Between 73.7 and 79.45 a post mineral biotitic intrusive was encountered.

1 Readers are cautioned that these assay results are historical in nature and have not been verified by a qualified person on behalf of the Company.

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