Toad, Neil, Davis-Keays, Ram Creek No. 1, Ann-18, Magnum, Mac, Magnum Creek and Lady Luck copper occurrences
John, Toro, Churchill and Ho copper occurrences
In a world class, Tier 1 location, British Columbia, Canada. Did you know that the BC Geological Surveys Mineral File data base list over 7,800 copper bearing occurrences in the province, A little of 4,000 of these list Copper as the primary commodity as is found on the Muskwa Project. We start with a very strong foundation for growth with 3 already outlined copper bodies and numerous copper occurrences which are being used as a historical building block data base. Modern exploration tools will lead the way to expanding the know mineralization along with new discoveries. There remains significant exploration upside as by using cutting-edge technology plus the compilation of multi data sets from historical work and the addition of new vector information by the use of drones will help result in new discoveries or extensions of know deposits. The management and exploration team are all seasoned veterens with over 200 years or 2 centuries of combined experience.
With the development of the Alaskan Highway, access to northern BC became possible and prospecting occurred thru the late 1960’s. Among the numerous copper occurrences on the Muskawa Property, the Magnum vein was developed and partly mined from 1970-74 where it milled 498,000 tons with a head grade of approximately 3% copper. At the same time, from the late 60’s to early 70’s, the Eagle Vein of the Davis Keays deposit was mapped, drilled and developed including a positive feasibility study generated in 1970/71 with the intension of entering into production.
At this time a change in government in BC and also a governmental change in an imposed royalty payable to the crown coupled with sub $0.70 copper per pound resulted in the Churchill Magmun mine and the Davis Keays Eagle deposits being abandoned and never evaluated again. After all these years no one has entered the mine workings due to rockslides, snow and ice covering all the portal entrances until August 2021.