Rock sampling in the Golden Triangle

Project

North ROK (formerly Mabon) is a Cu-Au porphyry deposit located 5km southeast of Iskut, BC and 10km northwest of Imperial Metals Red Chris Mine. Proximal to infrastructure, the deposit is 4x4 road accessible with BC Hydro's $750 million Northwest Transmission Line sitting 1.5km to the west. In 2014 Colorado Resources completed a preliminary Inferred Mineral Resource (NI 43-101 Technical Report on the North ROK Copper-Gold Project: G.Giroux, M.Rebagliati, 2014) on the deposit of 690 million pounds Cu and 1.19 million ounces Au at 0.20 CuEq% cut-off.

Work

>13,000m of diamond drilling from 2013 - 2017 has outline one of the highest-grade Cu-Au Porphyry's in the district. ~ 3,500 soil and rock samples expanding existing Cu-Au anomalies and producing additional drill targets.

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