• The North Canol Road cuts from Ross River to the Northwest Territories border and is 200km long.
  • The road is the main artery for servicing the area, including: the Mactung Project which is one of the largest tungsten projects in Canada. The site was purchased by the Government of the Northwest Territories in 2015 after completing the Yukon Environmental and Socio-Economic Assessment process in 2014. It contains 33 million tonnes of ore grading 0.88% WO.
  • The Tom /  Jason project with Fireweed Zinc is a historic mine site which is being brought back online. It contains indicated resources of 6,428.000 Tonnes at 6.33% zinc, 5.05% lead and 56.55g/t silver.
  • Development will bring major infrastructure improvements over the next few years, making this an ideal time to explore for new discoveries.
  • The Golden-Oly, PDM and Nordic properties represent polymetallic targets, including gold, copper and silver-lead-zinc.

The Golden-Oly project has exciting potential to be a series of plutons hosting Intrusion Related Gold systems. Airborne geophysical survey highlighted six anomalies that were later determined to be buried or partially exhumed intrusions. Additional anomaly on neighbouring Strikepoint PDM property. Buried plutons would still have their mineralized carapace intact, making them exciting drill targets. Sheeted veins of polymetallic minerals have been sampled by Ryan Gold staff in 2011/12, further reinforcing the IRGS model.

Grades up to 4.1 g/t Au and >100g/t Ag found on the Nug claims. No major soil anomalies due to mantle of sediments repressing signature, but where the plutons daylight, strongly anomalous soils have been observed. It has to be remembered that Victoria Gold’s Eagle deposit also had little to no surficial geochemical signature. Largely road accessible from Ross River, with final hop to sites currently by helicopter.

  • The Seven Wonders Trend was identified in 2017 by the Strikepoint field team, and is a 45km long corridor of Au-Cu-Ag mineralization.
  • The trend is studded with a series of large intrusive bodies that show up clearly in airborne geophysics. Some are partially exhumed (Colossus, Zeus, Babylon) whilst the rest are buried under a thin cap of metasedimentary rock.
  • It is now apparent that the Nordic property lies along the same trend and is also mapped as an eight target zone. Including this property will extend the Seven Wonders Trend to a 72km corridor.
  • Highlights include surface sampled to 19.15g/t gold at the Babylon target, 2.96% copper at Nordic and 683g/t silver at Colossus.