Mineral Exploration

Winter 2016

Mineral Exploration is the official publication of the Association of Mineral Exploration British Columbia.

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52 Mineral Exploration | amebc.ca PHOTO GOVERNMENT OF BRITISH COLUMBIA East-Smoke, Serengeti completed an IP survey across several magnetic anomalies and developed two target areas. Exploration work on the Kwanika properties was funded by Daewoo Minerals Canada Corporation. Additional early-stage exploration, funded solely by Serengeti, was conducted at Milligan West, SYL, Jewel and UDS. Copper North Mining Corp. drilled at Thor to test an eastern target defined by alteration-mineralization in outcrop, and a western target outlined by a large chargeability and aeromagnetic anomaly. Grassroots to early-stage exploration was conducted at Captain (Orestone Mining Corp.), Fran (MGX Minerals Inc.), Chuchi (Kiska Metals Corporation), Cat and OGK-Nova Block (Cat Syndicate), Vega and Granite Gold (Canasil Resources Inc.) and Cathedral (Thane Minerals Inc.). Polymetallic base and precious metals Teck Resources Limited continued exploring the Cirque project, a joint venture with Korea Zinc Company, Ltd. The program integrates airborne gravity and Versatile Time Domain Electromagnetic (VTEM) geophysics, targeted ground gravity geophysics, soil NORTH CENTRAL (OMINECA) AND NORTHEAST REGIONS View to the northwest at AuRico Metals Inc.'s Kemess East copper-gold property.

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