Detailed Summary Report

Assessment Report: 15724

Property Name Sulphurets-Brucejack
NAD 83
56° 27' 59.00'' N, 130° 13' 07.00'' W
56.466389, -130.218611
UTM: Easting 424918, Northing 6258655, Zone 9 (North)
NAD 27
56° 27' 59.39'' N, 130° 13' 01.18'' W
56.466498, -130.216995
UTM: Easting 425015, Northing 6258452, Zone 9 (North)
NTS 104B08E
BCGS 104B049
Mining Divisions Skeena
Mining Camp Stewart Camp
Title Progress Report on the Sulphurets Project
Report Year 1986
Number of Pages 311
Statements of Work n/a
Affidavit Date 1987-03-31
Off Confidential 1988-03-31
Claims Ed, Ice, Iron Cap, OK, Red River, Sulphurets, Tedray, Xray
General Work Categories Drilling, Geochemical, Physical
Operators Lacana Ex.
Newhawk Gold Mines
Owners Granduc Mining Corp.
Authors Wells, Ronald C.
Hicks, K.E.
Tribe, Norman L.
Kelly, C.
MINFILE Nos 104B 118
Commodities Gold, Lead, Silver, Zinc
Work Done
Drilling Diamond surface 47 hole(s); BQ; 6645.0 m; No. of maps: 1; Scale(s): 1:20 0000
Geochemical Sampling/assaying 2328 sample(s)
Elements Analyzed For Silver, Gold
Physical Underground development 404.0 m
Related Report(s)
File(s) 15724.pdf
Geological Summary
Dark green medium-grained volcaniclastic rocks, host quartz- carbonate veins with up to 20 per cent sulphides. The north striking Brucejack fault appears to have influenced mineralization. Current reserves are: 487 059 tonnes of 0.365 ounces gold, 23.16 ounces silver per tonne using cutoff grade of $110 per tonne or 535 765 tonnes of 0.332 ounces gold per tonne and 21.06 ounces silver per tonne.