Flint Lake Gold

The Flint Project is located in the Dogpaw Lake Area approximately 60 kilometers south‐southeast of the town of Kenora, in northwestern Ontario.

The Flint Lake Project is also hosted within an emerging gold belt which has seen major new gold discoveries and resource delineation.

  • First Mining’s Cameron Lake Deposit is 6km to the east
  • New Gold Inc.’s Rainy River Mine is located approximately 50 km to the south
  • Treasury Metals’ Goliath deposit 100kms north‐east

The project consists of four separate unpatented cell groups referred to as:

  • Bag Lake
  • Dogpaw
  • Flint Lake
  • Stephen Lake 

Total: 73 full and boundary cells or 1,712 hectares

High-grade and numerous gold occurrences across the claim blocks have been historically documented, and are summarized below:

Stephens Lake Claims

  • Starlyght Zone: channel sampling of 4.22 g/t Au over 10.0m in 2003.  Drilling in 2007 reveal 0.77 g/t Au over 33.7m, including 1.178g/t Au over 7.7m in hole DP-07-08

Bag Lake Claims

  • Jenson-Johnson Occurrence: grab sample of up to 28.66 g/t Au
  • Bag Lake South Occurrence: channel sample results up to 3.73 g/t Au over 2.73m

Flint Lake Claims

  • Flint Central Occurrence: channel sample of 7.8 g/t Au over 3.1m.  Grab sample of rubble pike from historical trench, with 112.5 g/t Au
  • Thomas Edison (Flint Mine) Occurrence: sampling of historical stock-piles reveal an average of 25.05 g/t Au over 10 samples

Dogpaw Claims

  • New Dogpaw Occurrence: grab samples up to 23.42 g/t Au
  • Gauthier Occurrence: grab samples up to 127.8 g/t Au