100% Owned by Strikepoint, located in eastern Manitoba
The Angelina property has good overall road access and a few trails into the property.
Underlain by rocks of the Uchi Subprovince including the Ross River quartz diorite to the west, over which mafic and felsic volcanic rocks and derived were deposited; gabbroic and gneissic rocks and sedimentary rocks are present in the central and southeastern part of the property.
Mineralization 3.5 km south of Angelina includes the Onondaga mine where grades of 0.7-32g/t Au but exceptionally to 5616 and 9223 g/t Au were reported from a quartz vein containing minor pyrite and carbonate in feldspar porphyry within the Ross River Pluton, near mafic volcanic rocks and gabbro.
The Ogama shaft reached a depth of 239m in the Ross River diorite along a shear zone that extended of a strike length of 125m, 2-7m wide and oriented 310°, 80°NE. A total of 1645 kg of gold was recovered from 133,686 tonnes of ore for an average grade of 12.3g/t Au.
Several other occurrences of gold in quartz veins along shear zones within the Ross River are present at Eldorado and Valley Vein.
At other occurrences including Elora, Walton, Central Manitoba Gold Mine, Lucky, Gold Bird and Quartz Lake, Paty 2 the veins are associated with gabbro and values of up to 45 g/t Au were reported from quartz veins containing 1-5% pyrite.
Chip samples at the SL occurrence reported 3.7-14.0 g/t Au and 0.8-3.5 g/t Ag over an average of 2m.
The 2010 exploration program consisted of a ground based magnetic survey of the southern and central parts plus detailed geological mapping and found some anomalies east and west of Halfway Lake.
The 2011 exploration program will consist of more magnetic surveys and target for future diamond drilling.
The technical information on this website has been approved by Marilyne Lacasse, P. Geo, Project Manager and Qualified Person of StrikePoint Gold.