2021 Field Season

Neil Property

Lady Luck:

Located at the southern end of the Neil Property where there was a total of 16 surface samples collected. These samples were collected by the ground field team over a vertical distance of 444 meters starting at an altitude of 1, 320 meters. Of the 16 samples collected, 3 reported no values, 10 greater than 1%, copper, 5 greater than 5% copper, 5 greater than 10% copper and 2 greater than 20% copper.

Table 1 - Lady Luck 2021 Surface Samples

Sample No.

Elevation (m)

Type of Sample

Copper (Cu) Grade %

D - 723002

1,320

Chip / 0.15 m

8.1

D - 723260

1,407

Float

20.20

D - 723259

1,411

Float

2.80

D - 723258

1,411

Float

1.91

D - 723252

1,533

rubble

0.01

D - 723250

1,679

rubble

3.28

D - 723005

1,715

rubble

26.10

D - 723251

1,733

rubble

0.01

D - 723247

1,738

Chip / 0.70

0.18

D - 723248

1,740

Chip / 0.50 m

1.66

D - 723001

1,743

Grab

0.01

D - 723003

1,764

Grab

16.50

D - 723004

1,764

Composite / 4.60 m

14.30

  • Samples were taken over 444 meters vertically

Of note are the following samples # with description:

  • # D-723002: Taken from an elevation of 1, 320 meters and composed of quartz veining, breccia and stockwork, with black shale fragments in a white quartz matrix which is mineralized with patches and seams of copper sulphides measuring 5% (bornite – chalcopyrite), abundant malachite staining, and returned 8.17% copper over 0.15 meters of exposed veining thru the valley floor rubble
  • # D- 723260: Taken from an elevation of 1, 407 meters (87 meters above # D-723002) and is consisted of weathered, dark brassy brown quartz on the surface and mottled white, brassy yellow on a fresh surface. Moderate malachite, and contained 60% chalcopyrite. The sample grab sample of the rubble at the base of the structure returned 20.20% copper.
  • # D-723259: Taken from an elevation of 1,411-meters (4 meters above # D- 723260), the float sample returned 2.80% copper
  • # D-723258: Taken from an elevation of 1,411-meters (4 meters above # D- 723260), the float sample returned 1.91% copper
  • # D-723250: Taken from an elevation of 1,679 meters (268 meters above # D-723259 and # D-723258), the rubble sample returned 3.28% copper
  • # D-723005: Taken from an elevation of 1,715 meters (36 meters above # D-723250) and composed of semi-massive sulphides, rusty dark – light brown on the surface, minor malachite staining, 95% sulphides, 2% quartz, 3% sheared shale host rock. This sample returned an impressive 26.10% copper.
  • # D-723003: Taken from an elevation of 1,764 meters (49 meters above # D-723005) and composed of a white quartz carbonate vein with patches of carbonated ribboned with seams and patches of sulphides and iron carbonate, limonite alteration common, vuggy with crystal growth in the cavities, abundant malachite staining, non-magnetic, 6% sulphides, (chalcopyrite – bornite). This was taken at the base of the mineralized outcropping of the vein structure and returned 16.50% copper.
  • # D-723004: Taken from an elevation of 1,764 meters (49 meters above# D-723005) and composed of a quartz carbonate vein, with white quartz containing patches of iron carbonate, abundant malachite staining, 7% copper sulphides as semi-massive patches, blebs and disseminated chalcopyrite and bornite. This composite sample was taken over a total of 4.60 meters which returned 14.30% copper.

The Lady Luck vein structure has never been drilled and remain open in all directions.

Mac:

Located to the north of the Lady Luck occurrence, the Mac occurrence displayed high grade copper values where there was a total of 5 surface samples collected. These samples were collected by the ground field team over a vertical distance of 41 meters, starting at an altitude of 1,602 meters (approximately 1 mile vertically). Of the 5 samples collected, all 5 reported greater than 1%, copper, 3 greater than 5% copper, 2 greater than 10% copper and 1 greater than 15% copper. The Mac Occurrence mineralization is mainly brecciated hosted chalcopyrite with lesser amounts of pyrite at the intersection of a north striking and northeast striking diabase dike / vein system. The breccia is silicified and healed with quartz and approximately 7.6 meters where observed.

Table 1 - Mac 2021 Surface Samples

Sample No.

Elevation (m)

Type of Sample

Copper (Cu) Grade %

Silver (Ag)
ppm / g/t

D - 723261

1,602

Float

8.10

1.60

D – 723263

1,606

Float

11.60

3.50

D - 723262

1,618

Float

4.39

3.70

D - 723264

1,622

Float

8.44

2.70

D - 723265

1,643

Float

19.60

14.40

  • Samples taken over 41 meters vertically

Of note are the following samples # with description:

  • # D-723261: Taken from an elevation of 1,602 meters (the lowest elevation) and was composed of quartz with carbonate, was mottled gray white – dark gray on fresh surface, with abundant sediment fragments, minor dendritic back mineral (possibly pyrolusite), and moderate malachite staining. The sample was vuggy and pitted with 5% copper as patches and disseminated and returned 4.39% copper with 1.60 g/t Ag.
  • # D-723263: Taken from an elevation of 1,606 meters (4 meters above # D-723261) and was composed of quartz, was mottled gray – white of weather surface and brassy yellow with green patches on a fresh surface. It contained moderate malachite staining and was 25 – 30% chalcopyrite as semi-massive sulphides. This float sample of the rubble returned 11.60% copper and 3.50 g/t Ag.
  • # D-723262: Taken from an elevation of 1,618 meters (12 meters above sample # D-723263) and was composed of quartz carbonate, was light gray – white on fresh surface, had minor vugs and limonite patches, occasional cross cutting carbonate stringers with patches of chalcopyrite and moderate malachite staining. It was 3-4% chalcopyrite as patches and disseminated. This rubble sample returned 4.39% copper and 3.70 g/t Ag.
  • # D-723264: Taken from an elevation of 1,622 meters (4 meters above sample # D-723262) and was composed of quartz and iron carbonate and was weathered dark – yellow brown, on a fresh surface mottled brown – off white – white and brassy yellow. It had minor vugs, moderate – abundant malachite staining, 20% chalcopyrite as “net” like textures of disseminated sulphides. This float sample returned 8.44% copper plus 2.70 g/t Ag.
  • # D-723265: Taken from an elevation of 1,643 meters (21 meters above sample # D-723264) and was composed of a quartz with minor iron carbonate, frequent rusty orange patches, was vuggy with abundant malachite staining, trace azurite, 25% massive – semi massive chalcopyrite and chalcopyrite as patches, blebs and disseminations. This sample returned an impressive 19.60% copper with silver being elevated at 14.40 g/t.

The Mac vein / breccia structures have never been drilled and remain open in all directions.

8A:

Located to the north of the Mac occurrence where there was a total of 9 samples were collected, once again, by the ground field team, high altitude, sampling of the vein structure, over a vertical distance of 1,003 meters, starting at an altitude of 1,900 meters (approximately 1.9 kilometers vertically above sea level).” Of the 9 samples collected, 5, reported less than 1% copper as expected; 4 reported greater than 1%, copper, 3 greater than 10% copper and 1 greater than 20% copper

Table 1 – 8A Occurrence 2021 Surface Samples

Sample No.

Elevation (m)

Type of Sample

Copper (Cu) Grade %

D - 723394

1,900

Float

0.90

D - 723395

1,900

Grab

0.15

D - 723396

1,900

Grab

1.36

D - 723397

1,900

Grab

14.30

D - 723402

1,906

Grab

25.60

D - 723401

1,913

Float

0.02

D - 723403

1,928

Float

19.40

D – 723399

2,001

Float

0.08

D - 723400

2,003

Float

0.07

  • Samples taken over 1,003 meters vertically

Of note are the following samples # with description:

  • # D-723394: A float sample taken at the lowest elevation of 1,900 meters and was composed of white quartz with carbonate, moderate to abundant siltstone fragments, moderate malachite staining with 1.20 % copper
  • # D-723395: A grab sample taken at the same elevation and was composed of the wall rock of the mineralization which was A weakly sheared and fractured siltstone with minor quartz veinlets and stringers with less than 1% disseminated chalcopyrite returned anomalous copper grading 0.15% copper
  • # D-723396: A grab sample taken at the same elevation but composed of the contact mineralization where 60% of the sample contained quartz with iron carbonate containing minor dissolution cavities, limonite patches with less than 1% disseminated chalcopyrite and malachite staining, while the other 40% of the sample was composed of the siltstone wall rock containing minor malachite copper alteration. This sample assayed 1.36% copper
  • # D-723397: A grab sample taken at the 1,900 meter level and was composed of the 8A vein / structure where the quartz, on a weathered surface, was black to dark rusty red-brown, while on a fresh surface, mottled white to brassy yellow. Mineralization consisted of 8-10% disseminated chalcopyrite with patches and less than 1% bornite associated with the chalcopyrite. This sample of mineralization returned 14.30% copper.
  • # D-723402: A float sample taken 6 meters above those previously described as was composed of the main 8A structure / vein mineralization which was composed of semi-massive sulphides and on the weather surface chocolate brown with patches of green and buff yellow in clolor. On a broken fresh surface  the color was mottled white to buff / brassy yellow, vuggy with minor dissolution cavities. Patches of limonite alteration with fine micro seams of graphitic shale were seen and all over abundant malachite copper alteration containing 20% chalcopyrite returned an impressive 25.60% copper
  • # D-723401: A float sample taken at 1,913 vertical meters, or 7 meters higher than previously described and was composed of barren siltstone wall rock with abundant white quartz – carbonate
  • # D-723403: A float sample taken at 1,928 meters and was composed of semi-massive sulphides weathered black – rusty brown on the surface with a slag like texture. The broken fresh surface was mottled white to brassy yellow in color. Minor vugs were common and moderate malachite copper alteration overall. Mineralization consisted of 25 – 30% chalcopyrite with less than 1% bornite. This sample returned 19.40% copper
  • # D-723399: A float sample taken at 2,001 meters, 73 meters higher than sample D-723403 described above. This sample of barren siltstone breccia contained a quartz – carbonate matrix renealing the siltstone fragments, carbonate dissolution cavities and vugs. A trace of malachite staining and chalcopyrite was seen. This sample, as expected returned 0.08% copper.
  • # D-723400: A float sample taken 2 meters above at 2,003 vertical meters was composed of sheared and fractures siltstone in contact with shale, moderate quartz carbonate veinlets and stringers seen along slickenslides, (fault rock movement indicators) with no apparent sulphides. As expected, this returned 0.07% copper.

The 8A vein / breccia structure has never been drilled and remain open in all directions.

Harris:

Located to the north of the 8A occurrence, the host rocks of the Harris copper vein occurrence consist of fine grained gray slates, finely interbedded or layered with black shales. The Harris vein proper, is composed of bull white quartz and carbonate with blobs, blebs and stringers of chalcopyrite which can be massive at times. It appears the vein in truncated by the nose of a synclinal fold. In the area that the Harris vein terminates, by the folding, parallel tensions fractures renealed or healed with bull white quartz and carbonate is seen.

Table 1 – Harris Occurrence 2021 Surface Samples

Sample No.

Elevation (m)

Type of Sample

Width (m)

Copper (Cu) Grade %

D - 723209

1,782

Rubble

 

2.21

D - 723228

1,801

Chip

0.60

3.76

D - 723229

1,801

Chip

0.70

1.49

D - 723230

1,801

Chip

0.20

5.72

Mean Average

1,801

Chip

1.70

2.96

Of note are the following samples # with description:

  • # D–723228: A channel sample composed of quartz carbonate veining with sheared siltstone and graphitic shales on the contact, occasional vugs were seen and moderate malachite copper alteration with a trace of azurite. It contained 1-2% disseminated chalcopyrite over all with patches of chalcopyrite. The channel sample was taken over a width of 0.60 meters and returned 3.76% copper
  • # D–723229: A chip sample composed of quartz with minor carbonate, such as is associated with micro fractures, minor malachite copper alteration with 1% chalcopyrite as disseminations, blebs, small blebs and fracture filling, with a trace of bornite. This chip sample was taken over 0.70 meters and assayed 1.49% copper.
  • # D–723230: A chip sample composed of quartz veining, was colored minor dark brown with rusty patches on the weathered surface with moderate malachite copper alteration and 2-3% chalcopyrite as patches. The 0.20 meters width samples returned 5.72% copper. The sample completed the sampling of the width of the vein over the entire 1.70 meter width

The weighted mean average of the 3 continuous chip samples over the 1.70 meters width averaged 2.95% copper

The portal of the Harris vein is located at 1,782 meters vertically and a rubble sample D-723396 taken at adit entrance consisted of quartz, dark rusty brown on the weathered side, and white with sub-netted textured and in part fracture filling with yellow – yellowish gray sulphides of pyrite and chalcopyrite with 5% chalcopyrite, 10% pyrite and pyrite incapsulating the chalcopyrite in places. This sample assayed 2.96% copper

The Company will not be further evaluating the Harris vein and it appears to be terminated.

2A:

Located in the central of the Neil Property and to the north of the Harris occurence, the 2A copper occurrence was sampled over a vertical distance of 56 meters starting from 1,401 meters.

Table 1 – 2A Copper Occurrence – Neil Property

Sample No.

Elevation (m)

Type of Sample

Width (m)

Copper (Cu) Grade %

D - 723420

1,4,01

Grab

 

1.81

D - 723418

1,402

Grab

 

4.83

D - 723419

1,424

Grab

 

0.05

D - 723422

 

Grab

 

0.01

D - 723423

1,454

Grab

 

0.00

D - 723424

1,457

Chip

0.50

1.56

Of note are the following samples # with description:

  • # D–723420: A grab sample composed of quartz carbonate with iron staining. On the weathered surface it was white to light green in color with patches of dark brown and on the fresh surface it was white in color. It had moderate malachite copper alteration with 2% chalcopyrite as patches. This sample assayed 1.81% copper and taken at the 1,401 meter elevation
  • # D–723418: A grab sample composed of of quartz carbonate with vugs, patches of limonite with minor malachite copper alteration, with 10% chalcopyrite as patches, and with blebs and disseminations. This sample assayed 4.83% copper and taken a meter above sample # D–723420
  • # D–723419: A grab sample composed of milk white quartz carbonate, with a trace of malachite alteration, and trace chalcopyrite. As expected, this sample returned 0.05% copper taken at the 1,424 elevation.
  • # D–723422: A grab sample composed of 90% carbonate and quartz with rusty limonite, goethite as patches and micro seams with no apparent sulphides present and as expected returned 0.01% copper and no altitude reading was collected.
  • # D–723423: A grab sample composed of white carbonate in a weakly shared siltstone with no apparent sulphides present and as expected contained no copper taken at 1,454 meters
  • # D–723424: A chip sample composed of white quartz carbonate, with moderate malachite alteration, 4% chalcopyrite as patches and disseminations, and trace of bornite. This chip sample assayed 1.56% copperand was taken at the 1,457 meter elevation over a width of 0.50 meters

The Company will continue to evaluate the 2A copper occurrence as this copper occurrence has never been drilled and remains open in all directions.

 

2B:

Located approximately 2 kilometers southwest of, and possibly the continuation, of the 2a occurrence. The 2b copper occurrence was sampled over a vertical distance of 83 meters starting from 1,574 meters above sea level.

Table 1 – 2b Copper Occurrence – Neil Property

Sample No.

Elevation (m)

Type of Sample

Width (m)

Copper (Cu) Grade %

D - 723241

1,574

Grab

 

0.01

D - 723205

1,581

Float

 

0.36

D - 723206

1,594

Chip

1.00

0.01

D - 723240

1,603

Float

 

0.86

D - 723239

1,615

Float

 

4.66

D - 723238

1,657

Grab

 

1.85

D - 723237

-

Float

 

0.95

Of note are the following samples # with description:

  • # D – 723241: A grab sample composed of 45% brecciated siltstone, medium gray in color, with 55% white quartz carbonate in the matrix. This sample contained no apparent sulphides and as expected returned 0.01% copper taken at the 1,574 meter elevation.
  • # D – 723205: A float sample composed of quartz carbonate, was red brown in color with yellow brown patches, with dissolution cavities on the weathered surface. Minor vugs were present and abundant malachite staining with a trace of azurite and less than 1% chalcopyrite as patches, containing a trace of bornite. This sample assayed 0.36% copper taken 7 meters vertically above the 1,574 meter elevation.
  • # D – 723206: A chip sample composed of 65% quartz and carbonate with a trace of chalcopyrite and 35% of highly sheared brecciated siltstone and shale, with quartz carbonate intersticial filling sampled over 1.0 meters, and as expected returned 0.01% copper and was taken at  the 1,594 meter elevation.
  • # D – 723240: A float sample composed of white quartz with carbonate and 5% sheared siltstone, with abundant malachite copper alteration, with less than 1% chalcopyrite as patches and blebs. This sample returned 0.86% copper and was taken at the 1,603 meter elevation.
  • # D – 723239: A float sample composed of quartz with iron carbonate containing abundant shale fragments. The weather surface was mottled orange brown to dark gray and the fresh surface mottled blackish gray to dark black with light gray and white specs. It contained trace malachite copper alteration with 1-2% chalcopyrite. This sampled returned 4.66% copper and was taken at 1,615 meters vertically.
  • # D – 723238: A grab sample composed of highly sheared gray siltstone, with interstitial quartz and carbonate infilling, similar to D – 723237, moderate malachite copper alteration, with 2% chalcopyrite as disseminations, blebs within the quartz carbonate. This sampled returned 1.85% copper and was taken at 1,657 meters vertically.
  • # D­ – 723237: A float sample composed of highly sheared gray shale / siltstone with numerous quartz carbonate stringers and also fracture filling, moderate malachite copper alteration, a trace of azurite and bornite, and 2% chalcopyrite as blebs and disseminations. No altitude readings were taken. This sample returned 0.95% copper.

The Company will continue to evaluate both the 2a and 2b copper occurrences as these copper occurrences have never been drilled and remain open in all directions and may be the same mineralized veining.

 

Creek:

The Creek showing is located approximately 250 meters from the Harris vein audit and can be followed on surface along a creek drainage system. The wall rocks are a gray siltstone in the hanging wall, and a black shale on the footwall side of the veining. Occasional thin seams of graphite at the contact with the veining, and shale is seen. Folding becomes more intense in the nose of the folds and secondary parasitic folding on the limbs is common on a micro and macro scale. A total of 10 chip samples plus one grab sample were taken over a vertical elevation range of 58 meters and approximately 250 meters along strike.

Table 1 – Creek Copper Occurrence – Neil Property

Sample No.

Elevation (m)

Type of Sample

Width (m)

Copper (Cu) Grade %

D - 723216

1,946

Chip

0.30

0.01

D - 723217

1,946

Chip

0.40

0.24

D - 723218

1,946

Chip

0.20

0.02

D - 723219

1,944

Chip

0.10

4.34

D - 723220

1,903

Chip

0.40

6.84

D - 723221

1,903

Chip

0.20

0.36

D - 723222

1,904

Chip

0.40

1.90

D - 723223

1,902

Chip

0.40

0.25

D - 723224

1,888

Chip

0.50

0.08

D - 723225

1,888

Chip

0.40

0.06

D - 723226

1,888

Grab

-

0.35

Of note are the following samples # with description:

  • # D – 723216: A chip sample composed of barren siltstone wall rock, with well-developed cleavage, dark gray in color, and contained no apparent sulphides. As expected, this sample returned 0.01% copper and was taken at the 1,946 meter elevation and over a width of 0.30 meters.
  • # D – 723217: A chip sample composed of white quartz with minor patches of carbonate, wispy seams of grey mineral, possibly graphite, with disseminated patches of chalcopyrite along the seams, and minor malachite staining. This chip sample returned 0.24% copper and was taken at the same elevation (1,946 meter) and over a width of 0.40 meters.
  • # D – 723218: A chip sample composed of gray siltstone with 20% white quartz with minor carbonate veinlets, with no apparent sulphides. As expected, this chip sample taken over 0.20 meters returned 0.02% copper was taken at the same elevation (1,946 meter)
  • # D – 723219: A chip sample composed of white quartz carbonate veining with moderate malachite copper alteration and contained a 1-2 cm wide seam of massive chalcopyrite. Overall, 7% chalcopyrite was seen. This chip sample was taken at 1,944 meters, 2 meters vertically lower in elevation over 0.10 meters returned 4.34% copper.
  • # D – 723220: A chip sample composed of quartz, with patches of carbonate and minor patches of limonite, in parts rod like to plattey texture with abundant malachite copper alteration. It contained 5-7% chalcopyrite overall as disseminated blebs and patches of semi massive chalcopyrite. This chip sample was taken a taken downhill at 1,903 meters vertically over 0.40 meter and assayed 6.84% copper.
  • # D – 723221: A chip sample composed of white quartz carbonate veining with moderate malachite alteration, with 1% chalcopyrite as disseminations and small patches. This chip sample was taken at the same elevation (1,903 meters) over 0.20 meters returned 0.36% copper.
  • # D – 723222: A chip sample composed of quartz carbonate with minor graphite on the contact, with the wall rock shale, vuggy, moderate limonite and malachite copper alteration with 3-5% chalcopyrite as semi massive patches, blebs, stringers and disseminated. This 0.40 meter chip sample returned 1.90% copper and was taken at the 1,904 meter elevation.
  • # D – 723223: A chip sample composed of 40% barren siltstone wall rock plus 60% white quartz with malachite alteration and 1% chalcopyrite as disseminations and patches. This 0.40 meter chip sample returned 0.25% copper and was taken at the 1,902 meter elevation.
  • # D – 723224: A chip sample composed of quartz carbonate in contact with the shale wall rock which also had a graphitic seam at the contact. Mineralization consisted of less than 1% chalcopyrite and assay results returned 0.08% copper as expected. The chip sample was taken at the 1,888 meter elevation over a width of 0.50 meters.
  • # D – 723225: A chip sample composed of quartz carbonate with limonite patches, and 50% sheared shale with no apparent sulphides. The chip sample returned 0.06% copper and was taken at the same elevation (1,888 meter) over 0.40 meters
  • # D – 723226: A grab sample composed of white quartz with minor iron carbonate and limonite staining, malachite copper alteration and 2-3% chalcopyrite as disseminations and blebs, with a trace of bornite. This returned 0.35% copper and was taken at the same elevation (1,888 meter).

 

Keays South:

The Keays south showing is located approximately 500 meters southwest from the Keays north underground development and thought to be the same mineralized vein system. The high grade mineralized Keays south vein averages 1 meter in width where observed with numerous large angular sluff float vein fragments.

A total of 6 samples; 2 grabs, 1 chip and 3 floats, were taken over a range in vertical elevation of 106 meters.

Table 1 – Keays south Copper Occurrence – Neil Property

Sample No.

Elevation (m)

Type of Sample

Width (m)

Copper (Cu) Grade %

D – 723231

1,827

Grab

 

8.05

D – 723232

1,827

Chip

0.30

3.07

D – 723233

1,771

Grab

 

0.92

D – 723234

1,742

Float

 

16.15

D – 723235

1,728

Float

 

1.37

D – 723236

1,719

Float

 

28.30

Of note are the following samples # with description:

  • # D – 723231: A grab sample composed of quartz carbonate veining with minor graphitic fragments, abundant malachite alteration, with 8% chalcopyrite as semi-massive patches and disseminations, with a trace of bornite. This sample assayed 8.05% copper and was taken at the 1,827 meter elevation.
  • # D – 723232: A chip sample composed of white quartz and beige iron carbonate veining, with moderate malachite alteration, patchy chalcopyrite as bands, and 5% chalcopyrite as patches and disseminated. This chip sample returned 3.07% copper was taken at the same elevation (1,827 meter) and over a width of 0.30 meters.
  • # D – 723233: A grab sample composed of white quartz carbonate veining with minor bands, seams of shale / siltstone fragments, abundant malachite alteration. It contained a 1.5 cm band of +20% chalcopyrite and 1-3% chalcopyrite overall. This sample returned 0.92% copper and was taken at the 1,771 meter elevation.
  • # D – 723234: A float sample composed of white quartz carbonate and iron carbonate veining, black to dark brown on the weathered surface, and mottled yellow to brassy yellow with minor green alteration. There was minor malachite and also shale fragments, with 20% chalcopyrite, trace bornite and azurite. This sample returned 16.15% copper and was taken at the 1,742 meter elevation.
  • # D – 723235: A float sample composed of white quartz, rusty dark red brown on the weathered surface with vuggy and hackley textures, trace malachite, 2% pyrite as gray patches up to 2 cms in size, and 2% chalcopyrite as blebs and disseminated. This sample returned 1.37% copper and was taken downhill at 1,728 meters vertically.
  • # D – 723236: A float sample composed of semi-massive chalcopyrite and quartz, rusty black to dark brown on the weathered surface and brassy yellow on a fresh surface, with a weak banded texture, minor malachite copper alteration, 95% chalcopyrite, trace bornite, hand sample collected for reference. This sample returned 28.30% copper and was taken at the lowest elevation 1,719 meters.

The Keays south veining, due to its high grade nature, and that it continues over 500 meters northeast to the Keays north development, certainly warrants additional sampling, and will perhaps be investigated as a priority drill target for the summer of 2022.

 

 

Belcher Creek:

The Belcher Creek copper occurrence consists of a 0.10 meter wide, slightly mineralized vein and float material where observed. A total of 8 samples were taken by the team. 2 grabs and 6 floats, were taken over a range in vertical elevation of 114 meters.

Table 1 – Keays south Copper Occurrence – Neil Property

Sample No.

Elevation (m)

Type of Sample

Copper (Cu)  %

Silver (Ag) g/t

D – 723406

1,798

Float

0.16

 

D – 723407

1,800

Grab

0.06

 

D – 723408

1,804

Grab

0.01

 

D – 723409

1,761

Float

7.69

49.80

D – 723410

1,717

Float

0..04

 

D – 723414

1,710

Float

0.01

 

D – 723415

1,690

Float

0.4

 

D - 723416

1,740

Float

0.16

 

Of note are the following samples # with description:

  • # D – 723406: A float sample was taken at the 1,798 meter elevation consisted of wacke (a type of sandstone), that was light gray in color, weak to moderately sheared with minor specs of malachite copper alteration, quartz and chlorite stringers with less than 1% chalcopyrite as fracture filling. This sample assayed 0.16% copper
  • # D – 723407: A grab sample was taken 2 meters above in elevation, at 1800 meters, and was composed of white quartz and carbonate veining, some wacke and siltstone fragments, a trace of chalcopyrite. This sample returned 0.06% copper.
  • # D – 723408: A grab sample was taken at the 1,804 meter elevation consisted of quartz and iron carbonate veining, with minor sheared wacke with slickensides (fault movement striations), and a trace of sulphides. As expected this sample returned 0.01% copper.
  • # D – 723409: A float sample was taken at 1,761 meters, 43 meters vertically lower in elevation, consisted of quartz carbonate, was vuggy with minor dissolution cavities, in parts of platy texture, abundant malachite copper alteration, trace goethite (low temperature iron found in sediments) and 3-5% chalcopyrite as massive patches, blebs and disseminated. This sample returned 7.69% copper but also 49.80 g/t silver. It is quite unusual to have silver in this area.
  • # D – 723410: A float sample was taken downhill at 1,717 meters vertically consisted of siltstone and shale and was weathered rusty brown with 8% pyrite as pod like patches. This sample returned 0.04% copper.
  • # D – 723414: A float sample was taken at 1,710 meters elevation consisted of weakly sheared wacke, weathered rusty dark brown and orange yellow, minor quartz carbonate blebs with trace of sulphides. This sample returned 0.01% copper as expected.
  • # D – 723415: A float sample was taken at the 1,690 meter elevation consisted of wacke, weathered rusty brown to red / blue / purple in color with 5% pyrite as fracture filling, in patches and disseminated. This sample returned 0.04% copper.
  • # D – 723416: A float sample was taken at the 1,740 meter elevation and was fresh pink to red with flecs of light green, moderate hematite alteration, and one micro seam of dark chlorite, moderate malachite and no apparent sulphides. This sample reported 0.16% copper.

 

Magnum Mine Deposit:

Mineralization at the Magnum deposit consists of varying proportions of ankerite, quartz, chalcopyrite, and pyrite, in partly replaced remnants of the sedimentary host rock. To date a total of ten veins have been identified, varying in width from less than 3 feet (0.9 meters) up to 25 feet (7.6 meters), showing continuity on strike and at depth. The main developed veins are nearly vertical. The main haulage, 5200 foot Level adit and the remaining adits into the Magnum Vein were inspected. The blocked entrances of 6 adits and 1 opening (possible a cave-adit) were located and 20 samples of the exposed Magnum Vein were taken over a vertical elevation of 332 meters.

Table 1 – Magnum Deposit Surface Samples

Sample Number

Elevation

(meters)

Sample

Type

Width

(meters)

Copper

%

Composite

(copper % avg x meters)

D – 723266

1,571

Rubble

 

27.20

 

D – 723371

1,802

Rubble

 

14.40

 

D – 723372

1,802

Rubble

 

3.40

 

D – 723373

1,903

Chip

0.70

1.02

6.43 / 2.30

D – 723374

1,903

Chip

0.70

17.75

6.43 / 2.30

D – 723375

1,903

Chip

0.60

2.70

6.43 / 2.30

D – 723376

1,903

Chip

0.30

0.07

6.43 / 2.30

D – 723377

1,903

Grab

 

25.10

 

D – 723378

1,775

Chip

0.80

0.96

0.96 / 0.80

D – 723379

1,755

Float

 

11.45

 

D – 723381

1,789

Rubble

 

9.50

 

D – 723382

1,856

Chip

1.00

0.31

0.31 / 1.00

D – 723383

1,857

Chip

1.20

0.31

0.34 / 2.10

D – 723384

1,857

Chip

9.90

0.57

0.34 / 2.10

D – 723385

1,855

Chip

1.30

0.04

0.67 / 2.30

D – 723386

1,855

Chip

1.00

0.99

0.67 / 2.30

D – 723387

1,834

Chip

0.30

0.70

6.70 / 1.60

D – 723389

1,834

Chip

1.30

8.09

6.70 / 1.60

D – 723390

1,834

Chip

0.60

0.58

2.50 / 2.30

D - 723391

1,834

Chip

1.20

4.37

2.50 / 2.30

D - 723392

1,834

Chip

0.50

0.29

2.50 / 2.30

 

 

 

 


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