Eskay Creek (Skeena): Discovered in 1988, the former mine produced 3.3 million ounces of gold and 160 million ounces of silver, and was once the worlds highest-grade gold mine and the fifth-largest silver mine by volume.
Brucejack (Pretivm): This recently producing mine has total gold reserves of 8.7 million ounces which will be produced over an 18 year mine life.
Red Mountain (IDM Mining): 583,700 ounces of gold and 1,655,700 ounces of silver (Measured and Indicated); feasibility completed in 2017
Dolly Varden (Dolly Varden Silver): historic 20 million ounce silver production, currently undergoing resurgence of new exploration with identification of new zones.
A 2,000 metre unexplored area exists between the past producing Silverado and Porter-Prosperity mines. Veins at both sites run at a similar orientation, therefore it is hypothesized that the system may be continuous under the peak of Mount Rainey.
An NI 43-101 Technical Report completed in 2012 by Dr. Nick Carter, P.Eng. and estimated the following silver resources using values from Porter’s Prosperity and D veins.
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