• The project sits adjacent to the town of Stewart in northwestern British Columbia, and is serviced by year-round paved highways from Terrace. Prince George and Vancouver.
  • Stewart is a deep-water, ice-free port with loading facilities on the Portland Canal.
  • Substantial infrastructure improvements have been made with the support of the local First Nations, community and government of British Columbia, including:
    • Upgraded transmission lines providing clean, affordable and reliable hydroelectric power
    • Highway upgrades
    • Improved port infrastructure
    • Commissioning of three new hydroelectric facilities.



  • The Porter Idaho deposit sits on the circum-Pacific Ring of Fire; a geologically active area surrounding the Pacific Ocean.
  • Millions of years of crustal subduction and continent building have formed the perfect conditions for some of the worlds largest and most well known epithermal and porphyry deposits
  • The Porter Idaho project is complemented by StrikePoint’s portfolio of early stage exploration properties in the Yukon, giving the company an excellent placement for success within the Ring of Fire.


  • Property is underlain by a variety of intermediate to felsic fragmental volcanic rocks of the Jurassic Hazelton Group.
  • N to NW-trending, westerly-dipping silver veins are present in the Prosperity-Porter Idaho and Silverado workings.
  • A 2,000 metre long prospective area between these workings has historically been obscured by the Silverado Glacier, ongoing ice recession is uncovering new areas each year.
  • The Silverado Fault extends through Prosperity, Porter Idaho & Silverado; known silver bearing veins are proximal to this fault zone.
  • Mineralized veins on Mount Rainey are epithermal in nature and terminate on the Big Rig Fault.


  • 50-metre new mineralized trend, sample B0014310 240 g/t Ag, 1.52% Pb, 0.22% Zn and sample B0014341  112 g/t Ag, 0.11% Pb, 0.90% Zn, parallel to the past-producing Prosperity vein
  • New prosperity vein surface expression outlined, sample B0014336 182 g/t Ag, 1.125% Pb, 1.81% Zn
  • 200-metre extension of the D vein mineralized trend to the north, sample B0014295  76 g/t Ag, 0.979% Pb, 0.58% Zn, narrows the mineralization gap between the past-producing Prosperity-Porter-Idaho and Silverado mines
  • W20-1033.54 g/t Au & 48.60 g/t Ag @  7.90m
  • Outlined new surface expression of vein #2 north of the historical adit, sample B0014350 1,170 g/t Ag, 0.86% Pb, 0.53% Zn
  • Outlined new surface expression of vein #4 north of the historical adit, sample B0014351 1,385 g/t Ag, 4.10% Pb, 0.43% Zn


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 NI43-101 Technical Report was completed in 2012 by Dr. Nick Carter, P.Eng. and estimated the following silver resources using values from Porter’s Prosperity and D veins. The Company considers this estimate as historic in accordance with NI43-101.  

@170 g/t Ag cut-off Average Grades Contained Metal
Category Tonnes Ag (g/t) Ag (oz)
Indicated 394,700 868 11,000,000
Inferred 88,900 595 1,700,000

The technical information on this website has been approved by Andrew Hamilton, P. Geo, Qualified Person of StrikePoint Gold.​