Cassiar Gold Camp
The Cassiar Gold Camp is located in northern British Columbia. It comprises approximately 58,900 hectares (including two placer claims) of which the Company has 100% interest, which comprise the Table Mountain and Taurus gold deposits in the Liard Mining Division. The area is easily accessible by all-weather road along Highway 37, which runs through the center of the Cassiar properties, and by subsidiary roads which allow easy access to many parts of the project. The paved Cassiar airstrip is also accessible some 10 kilometres from the mine site. The company also owns an accommodation facility on Highway 37 in Jade City, British Columbia located between the Table Mountain and Taurus projects. A full office and core logging facility are located to the southwest of the camp area. Approximately 425,000 ounces of gold have historically been produced from the district, mainly from underground mines on the companies' current land holdings on the Table Mountain project. Gold mineralization on the companies comprises an orogenic (mesothermal) gold district that has many similarities in mineralization style and geological controls to the Cariboo Gold district in British Columbia, the Mother Lode belt of California, and to gold deposits of the Abitibi Greenstone belt in Ontario.