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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 001                                                NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\2
NAME: METALLINE                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 1' 11'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                                  LONGITUDE: 138º 41' 41'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: BEDDED GYPSUM

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, GYPSUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
GYPSUM LEASE 2715
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Gypsum lease 2715 in Aug/54 by Stride E & Dev CL, which did no work. K.
Grundman and G. Leverman staked the Frank cl (Y31076) in Mar/69 about 3.2 km to the west.
GEOLOGY
Thick gypsum beds have been traced in limestone of the Upper Triassic Nizina Formation for a
length of 4.8 km along the Duke River Fault. The deposit, explored by Stride, blankets a ridge
for a length of 762 m and is about 180 m thick. It is white, finely crystalline and apparently quite
uniform and pure, containing only a small percentage of limestone fragments and very little
sulphur. Tests made by Stride indicated the material is of good commercial grade. A supratidal
environment is reported for the Lower Nizina limestone, so the gypsum is probably of evaporite
origin. Small veins of chalcopyrite were found by placer miners in this vicinity before 1904.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 115, 124.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Summary Report 1904, Part A, p. 18.

STRIDE EXPLORATION LTD, Jun/56. Prospectus Report by D.H. Simpson.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 002                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\2
NAME: STOVE                                                    LATITUDE: 61º 3' 41'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                               LONGITUDE: 138º 42' 14'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: TERTIARY SEDIMENTS
DEPOSIT TYPE: COAL

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COAL
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
COAL LEASE (10081)
WORK HISTORY
The first coal lease (10081) was staked in Nov/03 by A.R. Gordon at placer claim 20 above
discovery, about 3.2 km from Slims River. This claim was probably staked on an occurrence of
float because later maps position the showing about 8 km further upstream. The coal was
reportedly used in camp stoves by local placer miners. F. Hart explored with bulldozer stripping
in 1969-70.
GEOLOGY
Several seams up to 1.8 m thick occur in the Paleogene Amphitheatre Formation. It is classified
as sub-bituminous C and B, has 38.5% free carbon and a gross calorific value of 11 500 to 13 000
G. BTU.
REFERENCES
AURUM GEOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS INC., 1994. Yukon Coal Inventory 1994. Energy
and Mines Branch, Economic Development, Yukon Territorial Government, 169 p.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 267, p. 42-43.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 113-114.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Summary Report 1904, Part A, p. 18.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Summary Report 1914, p. 32.

RESEARCH COUNCIL OF ALBERTA Report 66-6, p. 17.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 003                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\2
NAME: CONGDON                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 8' 8'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 138º 44' 51'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: PLATINUM, NICKEL, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: ZINC, GOLD
TRACE COMMODITIES: COBALT


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ASHLEY, EAGLE, EVA, I, KLU, RAM, RAWHIDE, SPY, TONY
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Rawhide, Eagle, etc cl (65197) in Apr-Oct/53 by P. Versluce, H. Versluce and C.
Gibbons, who optioned the property in Apr/54 to R. Hide. Restaked as Ram cl 1-6 (72751) in
Aug/56 by M. McCallion; as Eva cl 1-4 (77040) in Oct/61 by D. Carnegie; and as Spy cl 1-12
(Y66849) in Jul/72 by Nickel Syndicate (Canadian Superior Exploration Ltd, Aquitaine, Home
Oil Ltd and Getty Mines Ltd), which carried out geological mapping and geochemical sampling
in 1972 and 1973.
   Restaked as part of the I cl 1-56 (YA95789) in Aug/86 by Polestar Exploration Inc, and as
Tony cl (YB5915) in Jul/87 by Walhalla Exploration Ltd, which carried out prospecting and
sampling in 1988. Polestar conducted EM, magnetic and geochemical surveying in 1988 and
optioned 50% of its interest in the I claims to Hunter Gold Inc in Jan/89.
   R.H.W. Temple staked the Ashley cl (YB37999) on Nines creek in Jun/93.
   In Oct/94 Inco Ltd staked a block of 508 Klu claims on map sheet 115G 02. The staking was
not carried out in a consecutively numbered basis but the lowest claim number was Klu 1013
(YB54767). The claim block covered Minfile Occurrences #115G 003, 084, 098 and 099. Inco
staked a second block of 18 Klu claims (lowest number Klu 1416 (YB58156)) north of Congdon
Creek in Aug/95.
   In the summer of 1995, Inco carried out geological mapping, lithogeochemical sampling, silt
sampling, heavy mineral sampling and soil sampling on the Klu claim block. In 1996 Inco
carried out an airborne EM and magnetometer survey over the entire claim block. In 1997 Inco
carried out geological mapping, prospecting and ground geophysical surveying to follow up
geophysical conductors identified in 1996.
  In Apr/2000, Santoy Resources Ltd optioned the property from Inco and carried out geological
mapping, chip sampling, prospecting, silt and soil sampling later in the year.
GEOLOGY
The occurrence is located in the eastern part of Wrangellia, an accreted terrane extending 2 340
km from Alaska to southern B.C.. In the area of the occurrence the Wrangellia is bounded to the
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northeast by the Denali Fault System and to the southwest by the Duke River Fault. The oldest
Wrangellian rocks in the region are the Pennsylvanian to Lower Permian Skolai Group. The
Station Creek Formation occurs at the base of the Skolai Group and consists of tuffs, pyritic black
tuffs, mafic volcanics and argillite. These rocks are overlain by the Hasen Creek formation which
consists of tuffs, mafic volcanics, argillite and limestone. The Skolai Group is stratigraphically
overlain by Pennsylvanian to Triassic mafic meta-volcanics, Upper Triassic Nikolai basalt and
Upper Triassic McCarthy Formation Limestone and phyllite. Tertiary volcanics and sediments
unconformably overlie the sequence. Quaternary surficial deposits locally cover Paleozoic,
Mesozoic and Cretaceous strata.
   Two major suites of intrusive rocks are present in the belt. The oldest is Late Triassic and
includes ultramafic sills, marginal gabbro, and the Maple Creek Gabbro. The sills are estimated
to be up to 18 km long and 600 m thick. This suite is thought to be cogenetic with the Nikolai
flood basalt. The Cretaceous Kluane Range Intrusions are dioritic to granodioritic in composition
and occur throughout northern Wrangellia. Minor Tertiary sills dykes and stocks of felsic to
intermediate composition are also present.
   The claims cover an area of complex geology and thrust faulting in which late Triassic
peridotite and gabbro dykes intrude steeply dipping sedimentary rocks of the Permian Hasen
Creek Formation.
   Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization in the region is associated with basal marginal gabbro phase of the
Spy Sill. Sulphide mineralization at the Congdon occurrence (Spy Showing) occurs in siltstone in
the footwall of the sill, marginal gabbro and feldspathic peridotite.
    The Nickel Syndicate found disseminated chalcopyrite and nickeliferous pyrrhotite at the base
of the main peridotite dyke and galena and sphalerite in quartz-carbonate veins up to 30 cm wide
which cut the dyke. One vein assayed 1.2% Zn and 0.25% Pb. Minor chalcopyrite and pyrrhotite
are reported about 4.8 km to the southeast.
    Soil sampling in 1988 outlined four gold and four platinum and palladium anomalies with
values up to 920 ppb Au, 158 ppb Pt and 277 ppb Pd over an ultramafic sill.
   Inco found intermittent sulphide showings over a strike of 3.6 km along the base of the 6 km
long Spy Sill. These sulphide showings have highly anomalous PGE grades along with
significant Ni and Cu. The number and size of peridotite intrusions occurring on the claim block
and in the belt suggest they are part of a very large magmatic system. No significant Ni-Cu-PGE
showings have been found at intrusions other than the Spy Sill. Grab samples collected by Inco
from the gabbro-siltstone contact assayed up to 3.1% Ni, 2.8% Cu, 0.2% Co, 3.1 g/t Pt, 1.4 g/t Pd
and 1.0 g/t Au.
    Silt samples from streams draining the Klu claims returned anomalous values (up to 673 ppm
Ni) and appear to outline peridotite intrusions. A heavy mineral sample were collected 400 m
downstream from the intersection of the Spy Sill and the south branch of Nines Creek returned
700 ppm Pt and > 10 000 Au. The high Au value may not necessarily be related to sulphide
mineralization. A small soil sample grid over the peridotite section of the Duke Intrusion located
in the northwest corner of the claim block outlined the approximate projection of the peridotite-
sediment contact but no anomalies suggestive of Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization.
   Due to the severe terrain over much of the claim block Inco used 100 m spacing between flight
lines. The geophysical survey outlined 3 coincident EM and magnetic conductors on the claim
block. In 1997 Inco carried out, follow up ground magnetic and EM geophysical surveys on the
three conductors. Two of the conductors were found to relate to black calcareous shale
exposures. The third anomaly was interpreted to represent conductive overburden.
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    The bulk of Santoy’s exploration work was focused on exploring and evaluating the nickel,
copper and platinum group element mineralization know to exist at the basal contact of the Spy
Sill and underlying footwall Hansen Creek siltstone. New showings discovered by Santoy
combined with previously known showings have extended massive and disseminated Ni, Cu and
PGE mineralization at the Spy showing to over 950 m in strike length. Although other areas of
the Klu claim block were examined, only the area surrounding the Spy Sill appears to possess any
economic potential.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381, p. 57.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER 12 Jan/89

INCO LIMITED, Jan/96. Assessment Report #093371 by C. Bell.

INCO LIMITED, Nov/96. Assessment Report #093560 by P. McGowan.

INCO LIMITED, Dec/97. Assessment Report #093726 by K. Hattie.

SANTOY RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2001. Assessment Report #094164 by L.A. Tulk.

SANTOY RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2002. Web Site: www.bmts.bc.ca/san.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 247.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY 1996, p. 23, 30.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1988, p. 32.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 004                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\4
NAME: MULLER                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 4' 55'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                              LONGITUDE: 139º 49' 21'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: ALEXANDER TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: MOLYBDENUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
NEVER STAKED
WORK HISTORY
Found by Southwest Potash (Amax) in 1959-60.
GEOLOGY
Molybdenite was noted in hornfels boulders on Spring Creek Glacier and in leucogranite boulders
on Donjek Glacier. The source was not found.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 112.
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                                     YUKON MINFILE
                                YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                      WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 005                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\2
NAME: DICKSON                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 7' 2'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                                LONGITUDE: 138º 53' 5'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: COBALT, PLATINUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered in Aug/52 by G. Dickson and staked as Kane cl (63584) for Barymin cl (later
Barymin EL). Mapping, sampling and limited geophysical surveys were conducted by Barymin
in 1953 and by Inco, under option, in 1954.
   Restaked as Castille cl (Y11782) in Jan/67 by J.B. O'Neill and as DC cl (Y24753) in May/68
by P. Versluce and H. Versluce, who built an access road and conducted trenching and mapping
in 1969. The property was later included within Kluane National Park and was sold to the Crown
in Oct/78.
GEOLOGY
Pyrrhotite, with lesser chalcopyrite and probably minor pentlandite, outcrops in four places and is
associated with a peridotite sill about 76 m thick. Mineralization occurs up to 60 m away from
the sill in siliceous argillite and minor limestone of the Permian Hasen Creek Formation, although
it is best developed at the contact. The following assays were reported:


Author                   Description                       Ni (%)      Cu (%)    Co (%)    Pt (g/t)
L.G. White     Average of 5 channel samples across
525.2 m width, Main Zone                                      0.3        0.3       -         -
L.G. White     Selected sulphides, Zone 3                     5.1        0.8      0.13      3.8
R.J. Cathro    15 by 6 m chip sample from Main Zone           0.3        0.2       -          -
R.J. Cathro    Composite grab sample of sulphides from
               Zones 2, 3 & 4                                  tr        0.3       -             -
REFERENCES
BARYMIN EXPLORATION LTD, Jun/53. Assessment Report by L.G. White.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.
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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381, p. 55.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 006                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\2
NAME: DESTRUCTION                                              LATITUDE: 61º 13' 45'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                               LONGITUDE: 138º 59' 19'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, NICKEL
MINOR COMMODITIES: COBALT, PLATINUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
KLU, RAM
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Nov/52 by Yukon E & Dev Cl (later Yukon Mg CL) as Ram CL (63758), which were
optioned briefly by Conwest. Detailed mapping and prospecting were done in 1953. Newmont
staked three blocks of Duke cl (Y18454) in Jun/67, situated 3.2 km to the northeast, immediately
south, and 4 km to the northwest, on the basis of GSC aeromagnetic data and performed
prospecting and silt sampling later in the year.
    In Oct/94 Inco Ltd. staked 152 Klu claims on the southeast side of Lewis Creek. The prospect
itself is in an area withdrawn due to land claim negotiations.
GEOLOGY
The Ram group covers a Lower Triassic peridotite sill that strikes northwest, dips southwest and
is generally conformable with the enclosing Permian chert and conglomerate beds. Dark grey
gabbro occurs as dykes and plugs within the sill and along the margin. A 20 by 50 cm lens of
massive sulphide in the gabbro returned 2.5% Cu, 2.8% Ni, 0.29% Co and 6.5 g/t Pt while a 60
cm chip sample across disseminated gabbro adjacent to the lens assayed 0.7% Cu and 0.44% Ni.
Irregular, massive sulphide lenses up to 5 by 15 cm were also found within the footwall chert and
a specimen containing chert and massive sulphides assayed 1.1% Cu and 0.78% Ni.
Disseminated sulphide is scattered throughout the peridotite while bornite and chalcopyrite are
found as disseminations in nearby pyroclastic rocks.
    Newmont's claims are underlain by steeply dipping and folded sedimentary rocks of the
Permian Hasen Creek Formation intruded by Permian to Triassic peridotite sills in contact with
Upper Triassic Nikolai Greenstone. No significant mineralization was found by Newmont
although minor copper occurrences are common in the Nikolai Greenstone.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381.
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YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 235.
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                                 YUKON MINFILE
                            YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                  WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 007                                           NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: HALFBREED                                             LATITUDE: 61º 17' 48'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                             LONGITUDE: 139º 0' 46'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Duke cl (Y18554) in Jun/67 by Newmont based on GSC aeromagnetic data.
Prospecting and silt sampling was conducted later in the year.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by the Upper Triassic Nikolai greenstone immediately southwest of the
Shakwak Fault. No significant mineralization was found, although minor copper occurrences are
common in the Triassic rocks.
REFERENCES
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                                 YUKON MINFILE
                            YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                  WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 008                                           NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: SQUIRREL                                              LATITUDE: 61º 19' 25'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                             LONGITUDE: 139º 6' 56'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Duke cl (Y18586) in Jun/67 by Newmont. The east end of the block was restaked as
Mill cl (Y51882) in Apr/70 by J. Williams and F. Hasselberg. Newmont's staking was based on
GSC aeromagnetic data and was followed by prospecting and silt sampling later in the year.
GEOLOGY
Claims are largely overburden-covered but are probably underlain by Triassic Nikolai
Greenstone. No significant mineralization was found although minor copper occurrences are
common in the Triassic rocks.
REFERENCES
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                                    YUKON MINFILE
                               YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                     WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 009                                                 NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: WINDGAP                                                     LATITUDE: 61º 15' 44'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                                  LONGITUDE: 139º 7' 15'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: TERTIARY SEDIMENTS
DEPOSIT TYPE: COAL

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COAL
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Coal was found in this area about 1952 by the GSC and was mapped and trenched in 1970-71 by
N.H. Ursel & Assoc. L. while evaluating Coal Exploration Licences 14 and 18.
GEOLOGY
Coal seams have been located in three separate areas within the Paleogene Amphitheatre
Formation. The northwestern location, which is the one originally described by the GSC, consists
of two seams 0.9 and 1.8 m thick separated by 4 m of shale. Float occurrences suggest that as
many as four seams may be present. Sampling in 1970 indicated that both seams are Sub-
Bituminous C and non-coking.
   A similar section consisting of 3 seams aggregating 4.0 m of coal in a 15 m interval was
measured 4 km to the south at approximately the same stratigraphic level. Another 4.3 m seam
with claystone interbeds that occurs about 238 m lower in the section is separated by a 1 m thick
porphyritic sill and the coal has been altered to natural coke on either side. Sampling in 1970
indicated it to be Sub-Bituminous A and non-coking.
    The third area, situated about 3.2 km southeast the first, was discovered in 1971. It consists of
two seams 2.0 m and 0.8 m thick located about 600 m apart at approximately the same
stratigraphic level. All the coal seams in the district contain pale yellow lump resin that may be
suitable for the manufacture of printing ink.
REFERENCES
AURUM GEOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS INC., 1994. Yukon Coal Inventory 1994. Energy
and Mines Branch, Economic Development, Yukon Territorial Government, 169 p.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 113.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381, p. 71.
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MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1969-70, p. 153-154.

N.H. URSEL AND ASSOCIATES LTD, Oct/70. Assessment Report by E.L. Speelman.

N.H. URSEL AND ASSOCIATES LTD, 1971. Assessment Report #060988 by E.L. Speelman.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 010                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: DUKE                                                    LATITUDE: 61º 18' 52'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 139º 11' 39'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: ULTRAMAFIC-HOSTED ASBESTOS

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: ASBESTOS
MINOR COMMODITIES: SILVER, GOLD
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
TECK
WORK HISTORY
Staked as A, Anne and North Star cl (4480) in Jan-Sep/45 by W.C. Walsh and V. Wornonchuk.
Restaked as Teck cl (68536) in Apr/54 by Teck ECL, which conducted mapping, trenching, mag
and EM surveys later in the year. MacLeod-Cockshutt Gold ML tied on the adjoining Joan cl
(71373) in Sep/55 but did no work.
GEOLOGY
6 mm asbestos veinlets occur in a zone about 9 m wide within a peridotite body that outcrops in
Ptarmigan (Windgap) Creek about 250 m upstream from Duke River. A pyritic carbonate vein
zone containing low gold and silver values is exposed on Duke River about 550 m upstream from
the mouth of Squirrel Creek. The peridotite intrudes Permo-Pennsylvanian sedimentary and
volcanic rocks.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

ENERGY, MINES AND RESOURCES CANADA. Yukon Mineral Inventory Cards.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381, p. 68.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 011                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: HOGE                                                    LATITUDE: 61º 17' 8'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                              LONGITUDE: 139º 22' 56'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: TERTIARY SEDIMENTS
DEPOSIT TYPE: COAL

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: FIXED CARBON
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as a coal lease in 1950 by a group of Whitehorse businessmen on a showing discovered
earlier in the year by the GSC.
GEOLOGY
Three seams between 0.9 and 1.5 m thick occur in a 5.7 m section of highly folded Paleocene to
Oligocene Amphitheatre Formation. An analysis showed 40.7% fixed carbon and a gross
calorific value of about 15 000 G BTU.
   A study by Ridgway et al. indicates that the coal at Mt Hoge was deposited at the margin of a
small strike-slip basin along the Duke River Fault, and was derived from a temperate Late Eocene
deciduous forest.
REFERENCES
AURUM GEOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS INC., 1994. Yukon Coal Inventory 1994. Energy
and Mines Branch, Economic Development, Yukon Territorial Government, 169 p.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File
381, p. 20.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Memoir 340, p. 113-115.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Memoir 267, p. 43-44.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Summary Report 1914, p. 32-33.

RESEARCH COUNCIL OF ALBERTA, Report 66-6, p. 18.
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RIDGWAY, K.D., DE CELLES, P.G., CAMERON, A.R., and SWEET, A.R., 1992. Cenozoic
syntectonic sedimentation and strike-slip basin development along the Denali Fault System,
Yukon. In: Yukon Geology, Vol. 3, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon,
DIAND, p. 1-26.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 012                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: AMPHITHEATRE                                             LATITUDE: 61º 18' 26'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 139º 21' 58'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: TERTIARY SEDIMENTS
DEPOSIT TYPE: COAL

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COAL
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered about 1914 but investigated only by the GSC. A coal lease was staked in 1948 by
Paul Birckel on Granite Creek, a tributary of Duke River. Small amounts were reportedly hauled
to Burwash Landing with horses and a coal lease was staked by a group of Whitehorse
businessmen in 1950. Staked as CHM cl (YA59646) in Mar/81 by F. Green.
GEOLOGY
At least 12 seams of coal, ranging in thickness from 0.3 to 4.9 m and aggregating 9 to 15 m, occur
in highly-folded sandstone and conglomerate of the Amphitheatre Formation. The coal is ranked
as sub-bituminous C and B. Analysis showed fixed carbon of about 31% and gross calorific value
of about 15 000 G BTU.
   A study by Ridgway et al. (1992) indicates that the coal at Amphitheatre Mountain was
deposited near the centre of a small pull-apart basin along the Duke River Fault. Pollen and coal
macerals indicate that the coal was derived from coniferous forest of Early Oligocene age.
REFERENCES
AURUM GEOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS INC., 1994. Yukon Coal Inventory 1994. Energy
and Mines Branch, Economic Development, Yukon Territorial Government, 169 p.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Memoir 340, p. 113-115.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Memoir 267, p. 43-44.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Open File 381, p. 69.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Summary Report, 1914, p. 32-33.

RESEARCH COUNCIL OF ALBERTA, Report 66-6, p. 18.
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RIDGWAY, K.D., DE CELLES, P.G., CAMERON, A.R., and SWEET, A.R., 1992. Cenozoic
syntectonic sedimentation and strike-slip basin development along the Denali Fault System,
Yukon. In: Yukon Geology, Vol. 3, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon,
DIAND, p. 1-26.

YUKON MINERAL INDUSTRY 1941-59, p. 52, 68.
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                                 YUKON MINFILE
                            YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                  WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 013                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: WADE                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 19' 0'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                              LONGITUDE: 139º 28' 40'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: GOLD, SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Pat cl (Y9866) in Aug/66 by a syndicate composed of Imperial OL, Alcon Pet. L, and
Can. Industrial G & OL, during a reconnaissance geochemical survey. During 1967, limited mag
and EM survey, soil sampling and mapping were performed and one 10 m hole was drilled.
GEOLOGY
Minor copper showings occur near a small peridotite body in Upper Paleozoic to Triassic
volcanic and sedimentary rocks. A grab sample assayed 21.1% Cu, 10.3 g/t Ag and 0.7 g/t Au.
No mineralization was found in the drill hole.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381, p. 63.

IMPERIAL OIL ENTERPRISES LTD, Aug/67. Assessment Report #019573 by G.J. McGinn.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 014                         NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: AMP                                 LATITUDE: 61º 22' 21'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                           LONGITUDE: 139º 29' 15'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: KLUANE RANGES INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Amp cl (Y49033) in Jan/70 by Anaconda and Nicanex ML, which conducted
preliminary prospecting and soil sampling later in the year.
GEOLOGY
Claims cover a probable faulted contact between a Cretaceous granodiorite pluton and Paleogene
Amphitheatre Formation sedimentary rocks and were staked for positional value adjacent to the
Cork occurrence. Several minor copper geochemical anomalies were reported.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT, 1971-72, pp-42-43
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                                    YUKON MINFILE
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MINFILE: 115G 015                         NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: CORK                                LATITUDE: 61º 22' 28'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                  LONGITUDE: 139º 26' 9'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: KLUANE RANGES INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: MOLYBDENUM, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
First staked as Betsy, Olga and Clem cl (63296) in Jul/52 by P. Versluce, H. Versluce and C.
Eminger. Restaked as Cork cl (Y9756) in Jul/66 during a reconnaissance geochem program by a
syndicate composed of Imperial OL, Alcon Pet L and Can Industrial G & OL. Alcon's interest
was later assigned to Bow Valley Res L. Exploration consisted of preliminary mapping and
limited magnetic, IP and soil sampling surveys in 1967, detailed mapping and road building in
1969 and 8 holes (805 m) in 1970.
   Restaked as Granite cl (YA24066) in Apr/79 by G. Harris and as JY cl (YA51133) in Oct/80
by L.B. Halferdahl & Assoc (BUR Synd), which mapped and sampled in 1981, trenched in 1984
and transferred its property in 1985 to Tatam Res L. In 1987, the claims were transferred to
Nathan Mls Inc, which performed airborne and ground VLF and magnetic surveys and soil
sampling in 1988. Road improvements were done in 1989.
GEOLOGY
Disseminated pyrite, chalcopyrite and molybdenite occur in quartz veins and dry fractures cutting
irregular sills or dykes of Tertiary feldspar porphyry dated at 26 Ma which intrude hornfelsed
argillite of the Permian Hasen Creek Formation.
    The mineralization is exposed in a creek bed at two locations and is elsewhere covered by
overburden. It is associated with weak but pervasive hydrothermal alteration and brecciation and
is surrounded by a pyrite halo and hornfels zone which has weathered to form a prominent
gossan. Alteration consists of weak chloritization and silicification and local argillic and sericitic
development. Grade is less than 0.2% Cu and 0.01% MoS2.
REFERENCES
CHRISTOPHER, P.A., WHITE, W.H. AND HARAKAL, J.E., Sep/72. K-Ar dating of the Cork
(Burwash Creek) Cu-Mo prospect. Canadian Journal of Earth Sciences, p. 918-921.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.
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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 68-68, p. 73-74.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381, p. 64-65.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1969-70, p. 101-102.

NATHAN MINERALS INC., Apr/90. Assessment Report #092950 by L.B. Halferdahl.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 209-210.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1988, p. 34.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1985-86, p. 215-216.
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 016                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: GLEN                                                     LATITUDE: 61º 22' 25'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                       LONGITUDE: 139º 19' 26'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, NICKEL
MINOR COMMODITIES: GOLD
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ETC., JO, WEN
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Bert cl (64120) in Aug/52 by Hudson Bay M & S as part of a large block extending
southeast from Wellgreen. Following prospecting and geophysical surveys, Hudson Bay drilled 5
holes
(210.3 m) in 1954 on Bert #19 claim. The property was fringe staked as Rex cl (63371) in 1952
by Conwest and as Vic cl (68684) by Transcontinental Res L, neither of which filed any work.
  Restaked as Glen cl (Y11400) in Dec/66 by Alice Lake ML which conducted magnetic and
EM surveys and drilled 2 holes (218.5 m) in 1967. Alice Lake restaked the showing in Sep/72 as
Mary cl (Y67164) and conducted further geophysical, geochemical and geological surveys.
   Restaked as Den, Sue, Wen, Jo etc cl (YA23529) in Aug/78 by L.B. Halferdahl & Assoc
(BUR Synd), which explored with mapping, deep soil sampling (up to 0.9 m) and a mag survey in
1979-80, trenching and 5 holes (297.2 m) in 1981, 3 holes (273.1 m) in 1982 and more sampling
and mapping in 1983 and 1984. The property was transferred to Tatam Res L, which drilled on
the Wen 7 and JV 40 claims in 1985 and explored with trail construction, stripping, trenching and
geological and geochemical surveys on the JY claims in 1986.
    In 1987, the claims were transferred to Nathan Mls Inc. which explored with trenching and
drilling later that year and airborne and ground magnetic and VLF surveys and soil sampling in
1988, geophysical surveys and trenching and 728 m of drilling (10 holes) in 1989. Nathan
Minerals performed 48 line-km of magnetic surveys and 2696 m3 of trenching in 1990 and minor
road work in 1991.
GEOLOGY
Minor amounts of pyrrhotite, pentlandite and chalcopyrite are exposed on the north bank of
Burwash Creek in an area 6 m by 1.5 m. A grab sample containing 50% sulphides assayed 3.6%
Ni and 0.7% Cu. Similar small showings occur 183 m west and 183 m northwest of the main
showing and also on the west side of Tatamagouche Creek below the canyon. The showings
coincide with EM anomalies at the base of sill-like bodies of Triassic gabbro-peridotite which
intrude Lower Permian tuff, sandstone and slate and Permo-Pennsylvanian andesite pyroclastic
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rocks. In 1967 Alice Lake drilled an EM conductor (Anomaly A), extending west from the
showing, with disappointing results. The 1972 work reportedly defined a copper-nickel zone 427
by 732 m.
    Halferdahl outlined copper-nickel geochemical anomalies coincident with the basal contacts of
the mafic-ultramafic sills, but the 1981 drillholes intersected low nickel and copper values. Later
work in Tatamagouche Creek returned trace gold trace gold from pyritic tuff below the peridotite
sill. The tuff is highly fractured and altered and contains up to 10% magnetite and pyrite, and
minor chalcopyrite. Samples taken in 1988 assayed up to 3% Ni and 2% Cu.
   Diamond drilling on the Sue 2 claim in 1989 (DDH 89-9 and 89-10) was intended to test a
platinum anomaly in peridotite which was identified by 1987 percussion drilling. Both holes had
to be abandoned due to poor ground conditions. A south-dipping peridotite body was trenched,
sampled and traced by magnetic surveys for a strike length of 2 km.
REFERENCES
ALICE LAKE MINES LTD, Aug/67 and Dec/67. Prospectus Report #017951 by L.G. Morrison.

BURKE, MIKE, 1996. 1995 Yukon mining and exploration overview. In: Yukon Exploration and
Geology, 1995, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern
Affairs Canada.

BURKE, M.R., 1997. Yukon mining and exploration overview 1996. In: Yukon Exploration and
Geology, 1996, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern
Affairs Canada.

BURKE, MIKE, 1998. Yukon mining and exploration overview -1997. In: Yukon Exploration
and Geology, 1997, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern
Affairs Canada, p.3-38.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Open File 381, p. 56.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Paper 68-68, p. 72-73.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT, 1978, p. 46.

NATHAN MINERALS INC., Feb/90. Yukon Exploration Incentives Program Report #093112
by L.B. Halferdahl (EIP89-053).

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 256.
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 017                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: BURWASH                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 22' 36'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                        LONGITUDE: 139º 15' 23'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: BESSHI MASSIVE SULPHIDE CU-ZN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: GOLD, ZINC
MINOR COMMODITIES: GOLD, SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered by placer miners between 1903 and 1914. Staked as Flyjac cl (Y8018) in May/66 by
J. Smith and as CU cl (Y9892) in Aug/66 by R. Granger, who performed trenching in 1967.
Restaked as Cop cl (Y35058) in May/69 and as Pud cl (Y51803) in Apr/70 by P. Southwick.
   L.B. Halferdahl & Assoc staked 150 EL & Jan cl (YA75206) to the south and southeast in
Oct/82-Feb/84 and performed mapping and geochem sampling in 1983-84. The claims were then
transferred to Tatam Resources Ltd, which performed road construction in 1985 and 1986. In
1987, the claims were transferred to Nathan Minerals Inc., which performed airborne and
magnetic surveys, and ground magnetic and Genie surveys and soil sampling in 1988 and line
cutting, road construction and drilling in 1989.
   L.B. Halferdahl tied on El, Jan, JJ etc claims to the south and east in October, 1987 and added
Jaq cl (YB13997) to the north in Jun/88.
GEOLOGY
The original showing, which lies north of the Jaq claims, consists of chalcopyrite, chalcocite and
bornite stringers in Upper Triassic Nikolai Greenstone.
   Nathan Minerals' work has been directed toward Permo-Pennsylvanian metavolcanic rocks on
the south side of Burwash Creek. The 1989 drillholes tested a geophysical anomaly on the EL
claims south of Burwash Creek. Tuff in this area contained up to 5% pyrite in veins, blebs and
disseminations. Values up to 1 025 ppb Au were obtained from clay-altered volcanic rocks, and
graphitic core and sludge contained up to 260 ppb Au, 3.9 ppm Ag and 548 ppm Zn.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Open File 381.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Summary Report 1904.
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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Summary Report 1914, p. 31.

NATHAN MINERALS INC., Feb/90. Yukon Exploration Incentives Program Report #093112
by L.B. Halferdahl (EIP89-053).

NATHAN MINERALS INC., Apr/90. Assessment Report #092950 by L.B. Halferdahl.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1983, p. 246.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1988, p. 34.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1985-86, p. 315-316.
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                                  WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 018                                           NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: NELMS                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 23' 41'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                             LONGITUDE: 139º 14' 23'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Tom cl (Y51793) in Apr/70 by C. Nelms and T. Bates.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by Permo-Pennsylvanian sedimentary and volcanic rocks.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381.
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                            YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                  WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 019                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: JAQUOT                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 24' 33'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                     LONGITUDE: 139º 19' 4'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: GOLD, SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered between 1904 and 1914 by the Jacquot Brothers, who explored by hand trenching.
Restaked as Kluane cl (4466) in Nov/44 by L. Jacquot, as Kluane cl (60733) in May/52 by Yukon
Mg CL, and as Teddy & Mary cl (92626) in Aug/65 by Alice Lake ML.
   Newmont staked the Go cl (Y10833) on the south side in Nov/66 following release of GSC
aeromagnetic maps and prospected and sampled the claims in 1967. Alice Lake conducted
trenching in 1966, EM surveys in 1968 and 1969, and drilled 6 holes (309.4 m) in 1968 and 7
holes (314.6 m) in 1970.
   Restaked as Bornite cl (Y80246) in Aug/74 and Roda cl (YA3647) in Sep/75 by O. Rothbauer.
GEOLOGY
Numerous minor showings of bornite with minor chalcopyrite and chalcocite occur in
amygdaloidal metabasalt of the Upper Triassic Nikolai Greenstone. A sample by the GSC in
1914 assayed 33.1% Cu and trace Au and Ag across 45 cm. A sample across 40 cm by Morrison,
visually estimated at 30% Cu, assayed trace Au and 329.1 g/t Ag. Only a trace of malachite and
native copper was found in the 1970 drilling.
REFERENCES
ALICE LAKE MINES LTD, Dec/65. Prospectus Report by A.R. Allen.

ALICE LAKE MINES LTD, Aug/67. Prospectus Report by L.G. Morrison.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-Copper Sulphide Deposits in the Kluane Ranges, Yukon.
DIAND Open File Report, EGS 1976-10.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1981. Geology and genesis of copper deposits and associated host rocks in
and near the Quill Creek area, Southwestern Yukon. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of
British Columbia, 1981.
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DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381, p. 60-61.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Summary Report 1914, p. 31.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1969-70, Vol. 1, p. 103.
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 020                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: VUG                                                    LATITUDE: 61º 25' 16'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                              LONGITUDE: 139º 29' 36'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
TAD
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Calco cl (Y9979) in Aug/66 by H. Versluce; as Vug cl (Y20803) in Aug/67 by
Newmont; as Quill cl (Y41219) in Dec/69 and as Billy cl (Y59282) in Oct/70. All these claims
were staked in connection with or on behalf of neighbouring work by Quill Creek Copper ML.
Rothbauer staked the Calco cl (Y80248) 1.6 km to the southeast in Aug/74.
   Restaked as Tad cl (YB6029) in Jul/87 by T. Mogensen, who added Tryn cl (YB6309) later
that year and in 1988 carried out stripping on the Tad claims.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by Upper Triassic Nikolai Greenstone.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381.
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 021                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: QUILL                                                    LATITUDE: 61º 26' 11'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                       LONGITUDE: 139º 25' 15'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered prior to 1914 and apparently well known when reported on then by the GSC. Staked
as Ross and Jeep cl (64072) in Oct/52 by Yukon Mg CL and transferred to a new company,
Hudson-Yukon ML, which conducted geophysical surveys and mapping and drilled 2 holes by
1956.
   Restaked as Ram and Jay cl (93020) in Oct/65 by H. Versluce and P. Versluce, who
prospected, trenched and built roads in 1966 and formed a new company, Quill Creek Copper
ML, to develop the property. Optioned from late 1966 to early 1968 by Newmont, which
performed extensive bulldozer trenching, drilled 1 hole (59.7 m) and added the Go cl (Y10803) in
Oct/66.
  The Versluces added the Peg cl (Y51689) in Mar/70, restaked the property as Ram cl
(Y67790) in Dec/72 and trenched in 1973 and 1978. N. Smalley tied on Lil cl (YA24086) in
Apr/79 on the north side and restaked the Lil group as E cl (YA82473) in Jun/84.
   Restaked as Bean cl (YA96431) by E. Parmentier in Oct/86 and sold to Fred Mls Inc in 1987.
GEOLOGY
The area is underlain by Upper Triassic Nikolai basalt flows and breccias. Widespread low grade
mineralization occurs as dispersed chalcocite in amygdules, native copper as disseminated flecks
in massive basalt, and native copper, chalcocite and malachite with lesser bornite, chalcopyrite,
azurite and cuprite associated with quartz-carbonate veining and alteration in shear zones cutting
basalt.
   The main zone, exposed in Ram Creek, consists of 'sooty' chalcocite and minor bornite,
chalcopyrite and malachite disseminations and veinlets over a 21 by 488 m area. Best grades
were found on surface where a 3 m interval exposed in a trench assayed 0.92% Cu. A drill
intersection below the zone averaged 0.89% Cu over 2.4 m. The GSC reported in 1914 an
average assay of 1.4% Cu across 21 m on surface.
REFERENCES
CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-copper sulphide deposits in the Kluane Ranges, Yukon.
Exploration and Geological Services Division, DIAND; Open File 1976-10.
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CAMPBELL, S.W., 1981. Geology and genesis of copper deposits and associated host rocks in
and near the Quill Creek area, Southwestern Yukon. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of
British Columbia, 1981.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 67-40, p. 53; Paper 68-68, p. 70-72.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Summary Report 1914, p. 30.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 022                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: VERSLUCE                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 27' 20'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                       LONGITUDE: 139º 24' 20'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
KLU
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Ross & Jeep cl (64072) in Oct/52 by Yukon Mg CL and optioned to Hudson Bay M &
SL, which drilled 4 holes (236 m) in 1953 through a new company, Hudson-Yukon ML.
   Restaked as Linda & Jay cl (93010) in Oct/65 by P. Versluce & H. Versluce, who prospected
in 1966 and formed a new company, Quill Creek Copper ML, to develop the property. Optioned
from late 1966 to early 1968 to Newmont, which performed mapping and sampling and drilled 3
holes (138 m) in the copper showing. The holes caved in bedrock before reaching their target.
Optioned in Feb/72 to the Nickel Synd (Can Superior EL, Aquitaine, Home OCL and Getty ML),
which mapped the east part of the property.
   Restaked as KLU cl (YA96881) in May/86 by Kluane JV (All-North Res L & Chevron Mls L)
and optioned to Rockridge Mg Corp & 2001 Res Ind. L.
GEOLOGY
Chalcocite, bornite and minor chalcopyrite occur as irregular patches and veinlets in strongly
sheared and altered amygdaloidal basalt of the Upper Triassic Nikolai Greenstone close to the
footwall of a shallow southwest-dipping thrust fault. The surface showings are erratically
distributed and sub-economic in grade.
   The drill holes were collared in mixed sedimentary and volcanic rocks of the Permian Hasen
Creek Formation above the thrust fault, and attempted to reach the Nikolai volcanics underneath.
The best Hudson Bay intersection was 2.4% Cu across 6 m.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 67-40, p. 53.
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GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 68-68, p. 70-72.

ROCKRIDGE MINING CORP., AND 2001 RESOURCE INDUSTRIES LTD, Mar/87. Yukon
Exploration Incentives Program Report #093108 by J.S. Vincent (EIP87-022).
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                                 YUKON MINFILE
                            YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                  WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 023                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: CALLINAN                                               LATITUDE: 61º 26' 44'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                              LONGITUDE: 139º 35' 15'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Bit, Bridle, etc cl (63890) in Sep/52 by Callinan Flin Flon ML, which conducted
mapping in 1953 and an SP survey in 1955. Newmont staked Kew cl (Y20514) nearby in Aug/67
and transferred them to Quill Creek Copper ML later in the year.
   Columbia Mg L restaked the area as the Arnold, Norm & Plata cl (YA94867) in Jun/86 and
performed road building later in the year.
   Fringe staking included New cl (YA97960) in Jun/87 by Harjay ECL to the south, PC cl
(YA97796) in Jun/87 by Avanti Mls L to the west, PS cl (YA97974) in Jun/87 by Walhalla EL to
the east and G cl (YB6930) in Aug/87 by G. Anders to the SW. The PC claims were transferred
to Gold City Res Inc in Jun/88 and the G claims to Fred Mls in Oct/88.
GEOLOGY
Gabbro float was found but the source is covered by overburden. The claims cover a contact
between a Cretaceous intrusion with Upper Triassic Nikolai Greenstone and sedimentary rocks of
the Permian Hasen Creek Formation. No mineralization or geophysical anomalies were found.
REFERENCES
CALLINAN FLIN FLON MINES LTD, Oct/53. Assessment Report #019524 by S.H. Davis.

CALLINAN FLIN FLON MINES LTD, Dec/55. Assessment Report #017461 by A. Allan.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 024                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: WELLGREEN                                               LATITUDE: 61º 27' 55'' N
STATUS: UNDERGROUND PAST PRODUCER                             LONGITUDE: 139º 31' 39'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL, PALLADIUM, COPPER, PLATINUM
MINOR COMMODITIES: GOLD, IRIDIUM, OSMIUM, COBALT, RHODIUM,
RUTHENIUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ENGER
WORK HISTORY
Discovered in Jun/52 by W. Green, C.A. Aird and C.E. Hankins for Yukon Mining Company Ltd
and optioned shortly afterward to Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Ltd. The property was
fringe staked in 1952 by Callinan Flin Flon Mines Ltd to the southwest (Bit, Bridgle, etc cl
(63890)) and to the northeast by Snoline cl (63451); and by Teck Exploration Company Ltd to the
north. Also to the north, E.M. Flynn staked Mars cl (63475), which were optioned to Jersey
Yukon Mines Ltd and transferred to New Alger Mines Ltd. The Vic cl (68684) were staked
nearby in Apr/54 by Brikon Exploration Ltd, a syndicate formed by Transcontinental Resources
Ltd, Dome Mines Ltd, Timmins Corporation, Chemical Research Corporation, Sapphire
Petroleum Ltd and Yellowknife Bear Mines Ltd.
   Hudson Bay explored with 4 267 m of drifting and raising from 4 levels, 2 internal shafts and
19 815 m of surface and underground drilling from 1952-55; transferred the property in 1955 to a
new company, Hudson-Yukon Mines Ltd; carried out Turam surveying in 1968; drilled 762 m
and prepared a feasibility study in 1969; and arranged a marketing agreement with Sumitomo in
1970. Due to underground problems, initial production from the 544 tonne/day mill was delayed
from Sep/71 to May/72 and was suspended in Jul/73 after treating only 171 652 tonnes. Total
production was 33 853 tonnes of concentrate grading 7.4% Ni and 6.6% Cu.
   The property was optioned in Jun/86 by Kluane Joint Venture (All-North Resources Ltd and
Chevron Minerals Ltd), which carried out grid soil sampling, mapping, prospecting, bulldozer
trenching and test geophysical surveys in 1986. Hudson-Yukon Mines Ltd was purchased by
Galactic Resources Ltd in Jun/86 and merged with All-North Resources Ltd in Nov/86.
Additional soil sampling, bulldozer trenching, geophysical surveying, underground rehabilitation
and 4 932 m of diamond drilling in 45 holes was carried out in 1987. In 1988, the 4250 level was
rehabilitated and 34 underground holes were drilled totalling 5 500 m. On surface, bulldozer
trenching and 37 holes totalling 6 073 m were drilled. Metallurgical tests and a preliminary
feasibility study were carried out in 1988/89.
   J.P. Sheridan and Northern Platinum optioned the property in Jun/94.
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GEOLOGY
Nickel, copper and platinum group elements occur near the base of a Triassic layered mafic-
ultramafic sill 600 m thick, which intrudes Pennsylvanian and Permian pyroclastic and
sedimentary rocks. A study by Miller (1991) showed that the sill consists of a basal non-cumulus
marginal gabbro, overlain by an olivine clinopyroxenite (wehrlite) cumulate, followed by cycles
of olivine clinopyroxenite, peridotite and dunite cumulates, and a dunite cap. The layers formed
by fractional crystallization of olivine from a basaltic melt. Sulphide mineralization occurs both
as massive sulphides at the base of the marginal gabbro, and as disseminated sulphides within the
marginal gabbro and olivine clinopyroxenites. Hudson Bay's early drilling outlined 669 150
tonnes grading 2.04% Ni, 1.42% Cu, 0.07% Co, 1.3 g/t Pt, 0.93 g/t Pd and 0.17 g/t Au, contained
in massive sulphide lenses along the footwall contact. These reserves were partly mined
underground in 1972 and 1973.
   The 1987 and 1988 drilling by Kluane Joint Venture expanded the reserves to include
disseminated sulphides in the basal gabbro and overlying peridotite, and probable reserves were
calculated as 42 326 323 tonnes grading 0.36% Ni, 0.35% Cu, 0.51 g/t Pt and 0.34 g/t Pd.
Metallurgical tests using conventional flotation techniques indicate recoveries of 80-85% for
nickel, 95% for copper and 70% for platinum and palladium.
   Massive sulphide lenses are fine grained and consist mostly of pyrrhotite with lesser amounts
of chalcopyrite, pentlandite and magnetite. The pentlandite occurs as exsolution flames in
pyrrhotite. Individual sulphide lenses vary from 1 to 18 m thick and are interpreted as magmatic
segregation deposits. Assays as high as 4.57% Ni, 1.58% Cu, 0.10% Co, 4.14 g/t Pt and 3.08 g/t
Pd over 6 m have been recorded, and a 9.8 m chip sample across the east zone lens gave a
representative grade of 2.44% Ni, 2.07% Cu, 0.94% Co, 2 400 ppb Pt, 2 200 ppb Pd, 1 020 ppb
Au, 560 ppb Rh, 650 ppb Ru, 440 ppb Os and 550 ppb Ir. These numbers show that the
Wellgreen massive sulphides contain an unusually high proportion of the rarer platinum group
elements, especially Os, Ir, Ru and Rh.
   Net-textured and disseminated chalcopyrite, pyrrhotite and pentlandite occur in gabbro and
peridotite above the massive sulphide lenses, and extend as high as 100 m above the gabbro-
peridotite contact. 1986 assays of disseminated mineralization returned average values of 0.33%
Ni, 0.56% Cu, 0.018% Co, 103 ppb Au, 800 ppb Pt and 833 ppb Pd.
   Analyses by Fayek (1989) of skarn formed at the lower contact of the main Wellgreen sill
showed that platinum is associated with nickel and palladium is associated with copper. Gold
shows a strong inverse correlation with platinum and palladium, and correlates poorly with
copper and nickel.
   Miller (1991) found that the disseminated mineralization is preferentially enriched in copper,
platinum, palladium and gold compared to the massive sulphides. Sulphur isotope data suggest
that most of the sulphur was assimilated from deep crustal sources and was not derived from
footwall rocks.
REFERENCES
ALL-NORTH RESOURCES LTD Summary of Mining Properties, 27 Feb/87; 1 Mar/87;
Research Report 9 Jun/87; News Releases 14 Apr/87, 8 May/87, 21 May/87, 7 Aug/87.

CABRI, L.J., ET AL., 1993. Process mineralogy of samples from the Wellgreen Cu-Ni-Pt-Pd
deposit, Yukon. Exploration and Mining Geology, April 1993, Vol. 2, No. 2, p. 105-111.
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CAMPBELL, F.A., 1956. Nickeliferous Sulphide Deposits at Quill Creek and White River,
Yukon. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University.

CAMPBELL, F.A., 1960. Nickel Deposits in the Quill Creek and White River Area, Yukon.
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Bulletin, Dec/60, p. 953-959.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-copper sulphide deposits in the Kluane Ranges, Yukon.
Exploration and Geological Services Division, DIAND; Open File 1976-10.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1981. Geology and genesis of copper deposits and associated host rocks in
and near the Quill Creek area, Southwestern Yukon. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of
British Columbia, 1981.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

FAYEK, M., 1989. The petrology, geochemistry and economic geology of the pegmatitic gabbro
and skarn rock from the Wellgreen deposit, Yukon Territory. Unpublished B.Sc.(Hons) thesis,
Carleton University, Ottawa.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Memoir 340, p. 110-111.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Open File 381.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Paper 67-40, p. 13-16, 52-53.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 4 May/87; 13 Oct/87; 29 Jul/88; 24 Jan, 19 Apr/89.

HULBERT, L.J., 1988. Wellgreen, Yukon. In: Geological environments of the platinum group
elements; L.J. Hulbert, J.M. Duke, O.R. Eckstrand, J.W. Lydon, R.F.J. Scoates, L.J. Cabri (eds),
Geological Survey of Canada Open File 1440, p. 95.

MILLER, S.M., Oct/91. Geology, petrology and geochemistry of the host rocks and associated
Ni-Cu-PGE disseminated mineralization of the Wellgreen deposit, Kluane Ranges, Yukon
Territory. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, Carleton University.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT, 1969-70, p. 100-101; 1973, p. 64-65; 1976, p. 55-67.

NORTHERN MINER, 16 Mar/87, 25 May/87; 29 May/89; 27 Jun/94.

NORTHWEST PROSPECTOR MAGAZINE, July-August/89.

VANCOUVER SUN, Monday 8 Jun/87.

WESTERN MINER, Oct/52, p. 116; Nov/52, p. 91-92.

WHITEHORSE STAR, 20 Feb/90.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1988, p. 166-167.
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YUKON MINERAL INDUSTRY 1941-59, p. 85-86.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 025                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: AIRWAYS                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 28' 56'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                      LONGITUDE: 139º 35' 47'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S): ARCH
MAJOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: PALLADIUM, PLATINUM, GOLD
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
AMC, AMP, ARM, BARNY, BEV, D, DI, ENGER, EUGENE, JIFFY, MUS, N, NICO, TIPPY
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Enger cl 1-7 (63064) in Jul/52 by Prospectors Airways Company Ltd on behalf of a
syndicate including Noranda Mines Ltd and Kerr Addision Gold Mines Ltd, which carried out
geological mapping, geophysical surveying and drilled 14 shallow holes (143.3 m) between
1953-55. Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting Company Ltd staked Arm cl 1-8 and Bev cl 1-12
(64046) in Aug/52, adjoining the northwest side of the Prospectors Airways claims.
   Restaked as Nico cl 1-8 (91300) in Dec/64 by W. Green for J. Brown; and as Jiffy cl 1-8
(Y10791) in Oct/66 and Tippy cl 1-16 (Y18060) in May/67 by C. Gibbons, who carried out
geological mapping, EM and magnetometer surveying in 1967 and trenching in 1968 and 1970.
   In 1972, the property was briefly optioned by the Nickel Syndicate (Canadian Superior
Exploration Ltd, Aquitaine, Home Oil Company Ltd and Getty Mines Ltd), which carried out
geological mapping, geochemical sampling, magneotmeter and EM surveying and bulldozer
trenching. Green added Jiffy cl 9 (Y80206) in Aug/74, restaked the showing as AMC cl 1
(YA8272) in Oct/76, and carried out minor hand trenching in 1977 and 1980. In Nov/82, C.
Smalley staked Di cl 1-4 (YA75329) to fringe the AMC cl 1. The AMC cl 1 was transferred to
J.T. Doey in Dec/82. In Jun/84, N. Smalley fringed the showing by staking D cl 1-8 and N cl 1-2
(YA82485).
   The showing was restaked by Archer, Cathro and Associates (1981) Ltd on behalf of the
Kluane Joint Venture (Chevron Minerals Ltd and All-North Resources Ltd) as Barny cl 1-50
(YA94968) and Mus cl 1-16 (YA94962) in Jun/86. G. Davidson tied on the AMP cl 1-10
(YA95100) to the west in Jul/86 and optioned them to the Kluane Joint Venture, which carried
out geochemical sampling in 1986.
   In Dec/86 the claims were optioned to Rockridge Mining Corporation and Pak-Man Resources
Inc (Arch Joint Venture) which staked Eugene cl 1-44 (YB8097) in Sep/87 to the northeast and
carried out geological mapping, geochemical sampling, magnetometer and VLF-EM surveying
and bulldozer trenching in 1987 and diamond drilling of 3 holes (173 m) in 1988. In 1997,
Northern Platinum Ltd under an agreement with International All-North Resources Ltd (the
manager of the Arch Joint Venture) carried out prospecting, geochemical sampling and trenching.
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All North’s interest was subsequently purchased by Northern Platinum in Jan/98, at which time
Northern Platinum took over as the project manager.
   Northern Platinum carried out prospecting and geochemical rock sampling in 2000 and self
potential geophysical surveying, prospecting, geological mapping, bulldozer trenching, road
maintenance, diamond drilling of one hole (63.4 m) and geochemical rock sampling in 2001.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover an extension of the Quill Creek complex of the Kluane Ultramafic Suite which
hosts the Wellgreen deposit located 5 km to the east-souteast (Minfile occurrence #115G 024). A
differentiated ultramafic sill consisting of variably serpentinized peridotite with a basal gabbro
phase intrudes Pennsylvanian to (?) Lower Permian Hansen Creek formation sedimentary and
pyroclastic volcanic rocks of the Skolai Group of the Wrangellia Terrane. The main showing is a
zone 60 m long and 15 m wide consisting of narrow widths of massive chalcopyrite and
nickeliferous pyrrhotite at the contact of the 1 m wide basal gabbro phase with cherty argillite.
The overlying serpentinized peridotite contains disseminated, interstitial chalcopyrite and
pyrrhotite. Stringer sulphides occur as fracture fillings in the cherty argillite adjacent to the
massive sulphide.
   A chip sample taken in 1987 assayed 2.51% Ni, 0.57% Cu, 1.8 g/t Pt, 3.2 g/t Pd and 0.07 g/t
Au while a sample of similar material from the same location that was assayed in 1955 returned
values of 1.5 g/t Pt, 1.5 g/t Pd and 0.4 g/t Rh.
   The mineralized gabbro is intermittently exposed in trenches and creek cuts over about 800 m
of strike length. Two 1988 drill holes that tested the gabbro returned up to 1.44% Ni, 0.75% Cu,
0.7 g/t Pt and 1.5 g/t Pd over 2.6 m but a third hole that tested a strong geophysical anomaly 2000
m to the west cut only weakly mineralized, sheared peridotite.
   The 1997 program was conducted to determine the extent of the mineralization along the
mineralized trend and focused on relocating and sampling known occurrences within the claim
group. High Ni and Cu assay values were reported from grab samples collected during the
program, but sample locations for the highest values were not included in the assessment report.
Other values for samples with location information were generally lower than those previously
reported.
   Prospecting in 2000 located high grade sulfide rich float approximately 300 to 400 m south of
the original showing. Followup work in 2001 identified the S.P. showing which consists of semi-
massive to massive sulfides comprised of pyrrhotite, pentlandite and chalcopyrite which occur as
lenses near the lower contact of a sill, also composed mainly of peridotite with a lower gossanous
weathering basal gabbro phase and siliceous tuffaceous siltstone of the volcano-sedimentary
country rock package. Chip sampling of the largest sulfide lense exposed in trenching returned
3.02% Cu, 3.01% Ni, 2.4 g/t Pt and 3.5 g/t Pd over 3.5 m (estimated true width of 2 m).
   Drilling of the S.P. showing revealed peridotite weakly mineralized throughout with pyrrhotite
and chalcopyrite over the first 50 m of the hole, followed by nearly 6 m of gabbro containing 1.6
m of irregular, elongated masses of semi-massive to massive sulfide mineralization associated
with silicified and bleached sections of the gabbro just above the contact with the local country
rock. Continuous sampling of 2 m intervals of the peridotitic section returned anomalous values
throughout, ranging from 251 ppm to 2 730 ppm Cu, 2 108 ppm to 3 595 ppm Ni, 79 ppb to 353
ppb Pt and 85 ppb to 518 ppb Pd. Analysis of the sulfide rich section of the gabbro returned
4.18% Cu, 1.98 % Ni, 1.68 g/t Pt and 2.33 g/t Pd over 1 m from massive sulfide mineralization
and 8 371 ppm Cu, 8 023 ppm Ni, 678 ppb Pt and 1 155 ppb Pd over 0.6 m of semi-massive
sulfide mineralization.
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REFERENCES
CAMPBELL, F.A., 1956. Nickeliferous Sulphide Deposits at Quill Creek and White River,
Yukon. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-copper sulphide deposits in the Kluane Ranges, Yukon.
Exploration and Geological Services Division, DIAND; Open File 1976-10.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1981. Geology and genesis of copper deposits and associated host rocks in
and near the Quill Creek area, Southwestern Yukon. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of
British Columbia, 1981.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381, p.54

GIBBONS, C., Oct/67. Assessment Report #019085 by R.G. Hilker.

GORDEY, S.P. and MAKEPEACE, A.J., 2003. Yukon Digital Geology, version 2.0, S.P Gordey
and A.J. Makepeace (comp); Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 1749 and Yukon
Geological Survey, Open File 2003-9(D).

HULBERT, L.J., 1997. Geology and Metallogeny of the Kluane Mafic-Ultramafic Belt, Yukon
Territory, Canada: Eastern Wrangellia – A new Ni-Cu-PGE Metallogenic Terrane. Geological
Survey of Canada Bulletin 506, 265 p.

NORTHERN PLATINUM LTD, Jul/98. Assessment Report #093870 by J.P. McGoran.

NORTHERN PLATINUM LTD, Feb/2002. Assessment Report #094254 by J.P. McGoran.

PAK-MAN RESOURCES INC, ROCKRIDGE MINING CORP and KLUANE JOINT
VENTURE, Jan/88. Assessment Report #092007 by W.D. Eaton.

PAK-MAN RESOURCES INC, ROCKRIDGE MINING CORP and KLUANE JOINT
VENTURE, Feb/89. Assessment Report #092645 by W.D. Eaton.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1984, p. 179; 1987, p. 238-240; 1988, p. 167-168.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1982, p. 195; 2001, p.20.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 026                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\12
NAME: MUSKETEER                                              LATITUDE: 61º 30' 9'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                              LONGITUDE: 139º 39' 37'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: PLATINUM, GOLD, PALLADIUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
AR, DONJEK, LEGACY, MUS, MUSKETEER, OHM
WORK HISTORY
Originally staked as Donjek cl 1-16 (63435) in Aug/52 by Conwest Exploration Company Ltd.
Teck Exploration Company Ltd staked Musketeer cl 1-24 (63307) to the east and west at the
same time. In 1953 both companies are reported to have carried out geological mapping and
prospecting, as well as staking Donjek cl 17-27 (66049) and Musketeer cl 25-52 and 64-67
(66166) in Jul/53 and Musketeer cl 53-62 (66479) in Aug/53 contiguously with the original
claims. In 1955, Teck carried out magnetometer, EM and resistivity geophysical surveying of the
combined claim group and staked Ohm cl 1-4 (71070) to the southeast in Aug/55.
    Restaked as Legacy cl 1-24 (Y12572) in Apr/67 by J.B. O’Neil and C. Gibbons, who carried
out magnetometer and EM-16 geophysical surveying and geological mapping of the claims later
in the year in conjuction with work on their adjoining Jiffy and Tippy claims to the southeast
(Minfile Occurrence #115G 025) which included road building. Optioned briefly in Feb/72 to the
Nickel Syndicate (Canadian Superior Exploration Ltd, Aquitaine, Home Oil Company Ltd and
Getty Mines Ltd), which carried out geological mapping, geochemical sampling, magnetometer
and EM surveying later in the year.
   Restaked as Mus cl 1-16 (YA94962) in Jun/86 by Kluane Joint Venture (All-North Resources
Ltd and Chevron Minerals Ltd), which carried out geochemical sampling in 1986. G. Davidson
staked Amp cl 1-10 (YA95100) to the southeast at the same time, before subsequently optioning
the claims to Kluane Joint Venture which drilled one hole (85.6 m) 2.35 km southeast of the
location marker for this occurrence in 1988.
   The Oro cl 1-12 (YA96419) were tied on to the north by E. Parmentier in Nov/86 and sold to
Fred Minerals Ltd in 1987. Other adjoining claims included Missy cl 1-28 (YA97660) and SF cl
1-84 (YA97576) to the southwest in Jun/87 by Harjay Exploration Company Ltd and Kluane
Joint Venture; Jek cl 1-48 (YA96984) to the west in Mar/87 by Silverquest Resources Ltd and
Pak-Man Resources Inc, which carried out geological mapping and geochemical sampling later in
the year; and PC cl 1-50 (YA97796) to the south in May/87 by S. Ridgway.
   In 1987 the Kluane Joint Venture claims were optioned by Rockridge Mining Corporation and
Pak-Man Resources Inc, which carried out geological mapping, geochemical sampling and
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magnetometer and VLF-EM surveying later in the year. The PC claims were transferred to Gold
City Resources Inc in Jun/88 and a 50% interest in the Oro claims was transferred to A-X
Minerals in Oct/88. Harjay explored the SF and Missy claims with soil geochemical sampling
and magnetometer surveying in Jun/88 and Jun/89.
   Restaked as Ar cl 1-60 (YC18359) in Sep/99 by Cabin Creek Resources Management Inc (T.
Morgan) which added Ar cl 61 (YC18892) in Sep/2000, before optioning the claims to Auterra
Ventures Inc in Oct/2000. Auterra carried out geochemical sampling, road rehabilitation and
blast trenching in 2000 and geochemical rock sampling and magnetometer and VLF-EM
geophysical surveying in 2001.
GEOLOGY
Assessment work filed from 1953 to 1955 identified two small copper-nickel showings that were
found on the Donjek cl 4 (Conwest showing, this occurrence) and approximately 1 km south on
the Musketeer cl 32 (Teck showing). The area is largely drift-covered, but mapping and
geophysics revealed that conformable Lower Triassic mafic to ultramafic sills are present in the
Pennsylvanian to (?) Lower Permian Station Creek Formation which underlies the area and is
comprised of intermediate to mafic volcanics and sediments.
   No nickel mineralization was found during the earlier work, but Station Creek tuff containing
disseminated and fracture filling chalcopyrite and malachite assayed up to 0.3% Cu.
   The Conwest showing consists of 90 m of oxidized, medium grained gabbro lying east of and
subparallel to a south-southeast trending fault. The intrusion occurs as two separate bodies, 15 m
or more in width, that are flanked by quartz +/- calcite stringer stockwork zones within the
volcanic host rock. Both the intrusion and stockwork zones are mineralized with interstitial and
disseminated pyrite and chalcopyrite +/- pentlandite. Chip sampling in 2000 returned values up
to 2 015 ppm Ni, 5 448 ppm Cu and 154 ppb Au.
    The Teck showing consists of a small exposure of a 1 m wide, southeast trending fault zone
within variably calcareous felsic to intermediate feldspathic porphyry in proximity to a peridotitic
sill. The fault zone is mineralized with pyrite, while the sill is locally serpentinized and variably
mineralized with fine disseminated pyrite, magnetite and pyrrhotite. Chip samples collected from
a carbonate altered section of the sill returned the best values from sampling of this showing,
returning 0.11 g/t Pt, 0.11 g/t Pd, 1 581 ppm Ni, 709 ppm Cu and 0.14 g/t Au over 2 m.
   Magnetometer surveying in 2001 identified anomalies in overburden covered areas in the
vicinity of the Teck showing and the 1988 drill hole (DDH A-88-01). The anomaly in the
vicinity of the Teck showing is located approximately 60 m northwest of the showing and
measures 150 m along strike by 100 m wide and is open along strike in both directions. The
anomaly in the vicinity of DDH A-88-01 is atleast 475 m long, varies in width from 30 to 150 m
and is coincident with the axis of a relatively continuous VLF-EM conductor along its southeast
edge.
REFERENCES
AUTERRA VENTURES INC, Feb/2001. Assessment Report #094217 by M.T.
Vanwermeskerken.

AUTERRA VENTURES INC, Aug/2002. Assessment Report #094396 by R.D. Brickner.

O’NEIL, J.B. and GIBBONS, C., Oct/67. Assessment Report #019085 by R.G. Hilker.
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PAK-MAN RESOURCES INC, ROCKRIDGE MINING CORPORATION and KLUANE
JOINT VENTURE, Feb/89. Assessment Report #092645 by W.D. Eaton.

READ, P.B. and MONGER, J.W.H., 1976. Pre-Cenozoic volcanic assemblages of the Kluane
and Alsek Ranges, Southwestern Yukon Territory. Geological Survey of Canada Open File 381.

SILVERQUEST RESOURCES LTD and PAK-MAN RESOURCES INC, 1987. Assessment
Report #092089 by W.D. Eaton.

TECK EXPLORATION COMPANY LTD, Nov/53. Assessment Report #091763 by M.H.
Frohberg.

TECK EXPLORATION COMPANY LTD, Dec/55. Assessment Report #017459 by A.J.
Walker.

TECK EXPLORATION COMPANY LTD, Feb/56. Assessment Report #017513 by A.R. Clark.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 240.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 2000, p. 23; 2001, p. 24.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 027                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\12
NAME: SWEDE JOHNSON                                            LATITUDE: 61º 30' 10'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 139º 33' 36'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL, GOLD
MINOR COMMODITIES: PLATINUM, PALLADIUM, COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BC, EUGENE, FRM, GAMBLE, GRAHAM, KC, MARS, NJ, REED, ROSS, SJ, SWEDE,
URSUS, VALLEY
WORK HISTORY
Staked by E.M. Flynn in Aug/52 as 84 Mars, etc cl (63475), which were prospected in 1952 and
1953. Part of the group - Ursus cl 1-8 (63682) - was transferred to New Alger Mines Ltd in 1952.
   The area north of this occurrence was restaked as SJ cl 1-16 (YA78575) in Oct/83 by AGIP
Canada Ltd and as O.K. cl 1-8 (YA95718) to the east in Aug/86 by R. McIntosh and F. Ellis.
The SJ claims were restaked as Mary cl 1-10 (YA96191) in Sep/86 by L. Smith, who carried out
trenching.
   In May/87, Reed Creek Joint Venture (All-North Resources Ltd, Chevron Minerals Ltd and
Fleck Resources Ltd) staked Reed cl 1-42 (YA97208) to the west-northwest and Swede cl 1-27
(YA97307) and Valley cl 1-57 (YA97250) to the east-southeast which carried out geochemical
sampling and prospecting later that year.
   The actual occurrence was restaked as Eugene cl 1-44 (YB08097) in Sep/87 by Arch Joint
Venture (All-North Resources Ltd, Chevron Minerals Ltd, Rockridge Mining Corporation and
Pak-Man Resources Inc), after prospecting and soil sampling traverses relocated strong anomalies
that were first identified by regional geochemical sampling reportedly carried out by Chevron in
1981.
   In Aug/90, R. McIntosh and F. Ellis began restaking part of the lapsed Swede claim group as
Ross cl 1-14 (YB27831). McIntosh and Ellis then restaked other parts of the Swede and Valley
claims as KC cl 1-7 (YB3620), NJ cl 1-8 (YB36267) and BC cl 1-4 (YB36275) in Aug/91 and
FRM cl 1-7 (YB36945) in Jul/92 forming a contiguous group of claims with their O.K. claims
which were visited and sampled by Placer Dome Exploration Ltd in Aug/92.
  In Sep/90, L. Smith staked Graham cl 1-5 (YB27980) to the northeast and Gamble cl 1-4 and
7-8 (YB27985) to the southeast of the Mary claims and carried out trenching in 1991; and drilling
and blasting in 1992. G. Smith staked Glenn cl 1-7 (YB06361) northwest of the Mary claims in
Aug/91 and carried out hand pitting and trenching in 1992 and blast trenching in 1993. L. Smith
carried out hand trenching, drilling and blasting on the Mary and Glenn claims in Aug/94 and in
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Oct/94 L. Smith and D. Makkonen carried out drilling and blasting on the Graham and Gamble
claims.
   McIntosh and Ellis carried out prospecting, geochemical sampling and geological mapping of
their combined claim holdings in the area, the Ross Property, from 2000 to 2002.
GEOLOGY
This area lies within the Kluane Mafic-Ultramafic Belt, north of the Quill Creek Intrusive
Complex which hosts the Wellegreen deposit (Minfile Occurrence #115G 024). The occurrence
location is underlain by Upper Triassic Nikolai volcanic rocks, while most of the staking to the
north and the northeast covers areas that are primarily underlain by a northwest-trending belt of
Skolai Group Lower Permian slate and limestone of the Hasen Creek Formation and andesite
pyroclastic rocks of the Pennsylvanian Station Creek Formation that have been cut by quartz-
feldspar to hornblende feldspar porphyry dykes of Ogliocene age.
   Volcanic float containing chalcopyrite, barite, pyrite and pyrrhotite has been found in the
creeks draining to the north, which cut the northwest-trending belt of Skolai Group rocks. A
specimen of rusty diorite taken at the head of the south branch of Swede Johnson Creek assayed
1.45% Ni, but no bedrock source was located.
   Gold values up to 8.6 g/t were obtained from specimens of quartz-carbonate altered Nikolai
volcanics on the Eugene claims, while nearby soils returned greater than 10 000 ppb Au. Soil
samples from the Valley claims returned anomalous gold, copper, nickel, platinum and palladium
values.
    Anomalous and sometimes spectacular gold values from silt, soil and rock samples have been
returned from sampling on the Ross Property. Examinations by Placer Dome in 1992 of the O.K.
claims, now in the central part of the property, identified a series of anastomosing, imbricated
faults within the Skolai group rocks. The northwest-southeast trending faults and associated
shear zones are host to multiple phases of quartz veining accompanied by hydrothermal
alteration. Brownlee (1992) for Placer Dome concluded that gold mineralization in the area is
associated with the quartz veins emplaced along the northwest-southeast trending faults and
shears. Southwest-northeast trending structures which control the drainage of some of the creeks
in the area most likely provided additional structural preparation of the host rocks.
REFERENCES
BROWNLEE, D, Nov/92. Placer Dome Exploration Ltd memorandum accompanying the 2000
Geological Report on the Ross Property by L. Tremblay.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-Copper-Sulphide Deposits in Kluane Ranges, Yukon (115 F,
G). Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Exploration and Geological Services Division.
Geological Survey of Canada Open File 1976-10.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

FLYNN, E.M., Sep/53. Assessment Report #091762 by E.M. Flynn.

NEW ALGER MINES LTD, Oct/53. Assessment Report #092016 by S.H. Tair.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Open File 381.
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GORDEY, S.P. and MAKEPEACE, A.J., 2003. Yukon Digital Geology, version 2.0, S.P Gordey
and A.J. Makepeace (comp); Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 1749 and Yukon
Geological Survey, Open File 2003-9(D).

HULBERT, L.J., 1997. Geology and Metallogeny of the Kluane Mafic-Ultramafic Belt, Yukon
Territory, Canada: Eastern Wrangellia – A new Ni-Cu-PGE Metallogenic Terrane. Geological
Survey of Canada Bulletin 506, 265 p.

MCINTOSH, R. and ELLIS, F., Nov/2000. Assessment Report #094145 by L. Tremblay.

MCINTOSH, R. and ELLIS, F., Oct/2001. Assessment Report #094319 by L. Tremblay.

MCINTOSH, R. and ELLIS, F., Jan/2003. Assessment Report #094328 by R. McIntosh and F.
Ellis.

READ, P.B. and MONGER, J.W.H., 1976. Pre-Cenozoic Volcanic Assemblages of the Kluane
and Alsek Ranges, southwestern Yukon Territory. Geological Survey of Canada Open File 381.

REED CREEK JOINT VENTURE, Feb/88. Assessment Report #092102 by R.C. Carne.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1985-1986, p. 317, 318; 1987, p. 248-249.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1983, p. 247.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 028                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: CEMENT                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 22' 6'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 139º 47' 0'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: COAL

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COAL
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
NEVER STAKED
WORK HISTORY
Noted by the GSC in 1905 but apparently never staked.
GEOLOGY
Several thin coal seams occur in sandstone and mudstone of the Paleocene to Oligocene
Amphitheatre Formation. A study by Ridgway et al. indicates that the coal at Cement Creek was
deposited at the margin of a small strike-slip basin along the Duke River Fault, and was derived
from a temperate Late Eocene deciduous forest.
REFERENCES
AURUM GEOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS INC., 1994. Yukon Coal Inventory 1994. Energy
and Mines Branch, Economic Development, Yukon Territorial Government, 169 p.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Map 1177A.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Summary Report, 1905.

RIDGWAY, K.D., DE CELLES, P.G., CAMERON, A.R., and SWEET, A.R., 1992. Cenozoic
syntectonic sedimentation and strike-slip basin development along the Denali Fault System,
Yukon. In: Yukon Geology, Vol. 3, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon,
DIAND, p. 1-26.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 029                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: ST. ELIAS                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 17' 57'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                 LONGITUDE: 139º 50' 30'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: MO VEINS

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: MOLYBDENUM
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered in 1959 by Southwest Postash L (Amax).
GEOLOGY
Molybdenite occurs in quartz veins in Late Paleozoic graphite-sericite schist.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 61-23, p. 36.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 030                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\1
NAME: SHARPE                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 14' 13'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 140º 3' 59'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: SILVER, GOLD
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, GOLD, MOLYBDENUM, SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
GOAT
WORK HISTORY
Discovered by R.P. Sharpe while mapping in 1941 for the Wood Yukon Expedition and
examined in 1959 by Southwest Potash L (Amax). Staked as Goat cl (Y35734) in Jul/69 by W.R.
Newman, who transferred the claims to a new company, Newmar EL, in 1970. Only a
preliminary evaluation was made.
GEOLOGY
A few flakes of molybdenite and chalcopyrite occur in a 60 to 90 m wide silicified and pyritized
contact of a Paleozoic biotite quartz monzonite stock, which intrudes a mixed unit of upper
Paleozoic age. A grab sample of quartz and silicified granite collected by Chisholm assayed 4.8
g/t Au. Silver assays reportedly range between 1.7 and 3.4 g/t Ag.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 112.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 61-23, p. 36.

NEWMAR EXPLORATION LTD, Mar/70. Prospectus Report by E.O. Chisholm.

NEWMAR EXPLORATION LTD, Aug/70. Assessment Report by W.R. Newman.

SHARPE, R.P., May/54. Geology of the Wolf Creek Area, St Elias Range. Geological Society
of America Bulletin, p. 636-637.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 031                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\1
NAME: GALLOPING                            LATITUDE: 61º 11' 38'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                            LONGITUDE: 140º 15' 9'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: ICEFIELDS RANGES INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: MOLYBDENUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
NEVER STAKED
WORK HISTORY
Discovered by Southwest Potash L (Amax) in 1959 and apparently never staked.
GEOLOGY
Fine-grained molybdenite occurs in a gossan along the contact between a small, brecciated
granodiorite body and Devonian Kaskawulsh Group sedimentary rocks.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 112.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 61-23, p. 36.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 032                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\1
NAME: ICE FIELD                            LATITUDE: 61º 6' 17'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                            LONGITUDE: 140º 20' 31'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: ICEFIELDS RANGES INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY MO (LOW F-TYPE)

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, MOLYBDENUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
The presence of mineralization in a large medial moraine on Steele Glacier was noted by R.P.
Sharpe in 1941 while mapping for the Wood Yukon Expedition. Southwest Potash L (Amax)
established the source region beneath an ice field near Mt Steele.
GEOLOGY
Chalcopyrite, pyrite, specular hematite and considerable molybdenite occur as small veinlets and
flakes in boulders of highly silicified quartz monzonite of probable Miocene age.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 112.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 61-23, p. 36.

SHARPE, R.P., May/54. Geology of the Wolf Creek Area, St Elias Range. Geological Society
of America Bulletin, p. 636-637.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 033                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\12
NAME: SEXSMITH                                                LATITUDE: 61º 31' 25'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                      LONGITUDE: 139º 49' 24'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S): DON, WOLV
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES: GOLD, PLATINUM


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DON, JAY, SF, WOL, WOLV
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Jay cl 1-32 and 37-172 (66138) in Jun/53 by Canalask Nickel Mines Ltd, a new
company formed by Ontario Nickel Mines Ltd and Frobisher Ltd following an aeromagnetic
survey conducted by Lundberg Exploration Ltd. Ground magnetic and self-potential surveys
were completed to assist in ground acquisition and to outline areas for detailed study and
exploratory drilling.
   Restaked as Wol cl 1-6 (Y77254) in Sep/73 by the Nickel Syndicate (Canadian Superior
Exploration Ltd, Aquitaine, Home Oil Ltd and Getty Minerals Ltd). Most of the original claim
area was withdrawn from staking as a native land claim reserve in 1986.
  The area south of Wolverine Creek was staked as SF cl 1-84 (YA97576) in Jun/87 by Harjay
Exploration Ltd and Kluane Joint Venture (All-North Resources Ltd & Chevron Minerals Ltd).
Harjay performed a magnetometer and VLF-EM survey in 1988.
   In July/94 Archer, Cathro & Associates (1981) Ltd staked Don cl 1-20 (YB46996) on the
south side of Wolverine Creek. The company also staked Wolv cl 1-24 (YB47972) 3 km to the
northwest during the same month. A combined electromagnetic/resistivity/magnetic survey was
flown over both claim blocks in Aug/96.
   Archer, Cathro expanded both claim blocks in Feb/2000, staking Wolv cl 25-38 (YC18509)
and Don cl 21-34 (YC18523) contiguously with the existing claims blocks. In 2001, Archer,
Cathro carried out geological mapping, prospecting and soil and stream sediment sampling of
both claim blocks on behalf of the Donjek Joint Venture (Expatriate Resources Ltd and Strategic
Metals Ltd). Ownership of the claims was transferred to Expatriate in Oct/2002 and subsequently
to Stratagold Corporation in May/2003.
GEOLOGY
The occurrence covers a very strong regional aeromagnetic anomaly located in an area of deep
overburden. The nearest outcrops are found on the north side of Wolverine Creek and consist of
diorite, volcanic and sedimentary rock. The anomaly lies on trend with the nickel and copper-
bearing ultramafic rocks of the Quill Creek Complex (part of the Kluane Mafic-Ultamafic Belt)
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exposed to the east in the Arch and Quill Creek valleys. Examination of drill core found on the
north side of Wolverine Creek suggests that the occurrence is underlaid by black siltstone
containing disseminated chalcopyrite, and fine to medium grained diorite.
   Ground geophysics on the SF claims identified a northwest-trending VLF-EM anomaly
coincident with the west edge of a strong magnetic high and appears to outline a contact between
highly magnetic rocks and weakly magnetic units.
   Detailed airborne geophysics identifed a few anomalous features, some of which are
considered to be of moderate to high priority as exploration targets, including one EM anomaly
on the Wolv claims that has been attributed to massive sulfides or possibly graphite.
   Work in 2001 identified pyritic mafic and ultramafic rocks, including peridotite, gabbro,
diorite and andesite flows, underlying the Don claims and variably magnetic and weakly altered
mafic rock, consisting of amygdaloidal basalt, andesite and mafic volcanic tuff-breccia
underlying the Wolv claims. Rock samples collected on the Don claims returned values to 391
ppm Cu (T39502); 4 ppb Pt, 247 ppm Cr, 8.33% Mg and 681 ppm Ni (T39504); and 18 ppb Au
and 424 ppm Cu (T6043). On the Wolv claims extensive overburden limited the usefulness of
soil sampling, with significant results limited to 8 ppb Au (T39634) and 3 ppb Au and 3 ppb Pt
(T39619).
REFERENCES
CANALASK NICKEL MINES LTD, Oct/53. Assessment Report #092054 by J.C. Dumbrille.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-Copper-Sulfide Deposits in Kluane Ranges, Yukon (115 F, G)
Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open
File 1976-10.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD, Feb/97. Assessment Report #093662 by L.E. Chung.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD, Jan/2002. Assessment Report #094240 by R.A. Duncan and
T.L. Tucker.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD, Jan/2002. Assessment Report #094253 by R.A. Duncan and
T.L. Tucker.

HARJAY EXPLORATION LTD, Nov/88. Assessment Report #092578 by G.S. Davidson.

HULBERT, L.J., 1997. Geology and Metallogeny of the Kluane Mafic-Ultramafic Belt, Yukon
Territory, Canada: Eastern Wrangellia – A new Ni-Cu-PGE Metallogenic Terrane. Geological
Survey of Canada Bulletin 506, 265 p.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1989, p. 107.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 034                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\9
NAME: GARLIC                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 39' 41'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                              LONGITUDE: 140º 2' 42'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: GOLD
MINOR COMMODITIES: MOLYBDENUM, COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES: PALLADIUM, PLATINUM


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BOLDER, GARLIC, LARRY, LISA, NARINA, SAM
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Larry cl 1-80 (63966) in Sep/52 by Hudson Bay Mining and Smelting, which carried
out geological mapping and geophysical surveying. Yukon Exploration and Development
Corporation Ltd tied on two groups of claims during 1952.
   Restaked as Garlic cl 1-8 and 17-32 (Y52905) in Jun/70 by Quintana Minerals Corporation
Ltd, which carried out geological mapping, soil sampling and limited magnetic surveying.
   Restaked as Narnia cl 1-16 (YA61605) in Jul/81 by Nat Joint Venture (Armco Mineral
Exploration Ltd and Chevron Canada Ltd), which carried out geochemical sampling that year and
grid geochemical soil sampling and geological mapping in 1982.
   Kluane Joint Venture (All-North Resources Ltd and Chevron Minerals Ltd) tied on Sam cl 1-
16 (YA97880) to the south in Jun/87, but no work was ever filed.
   In 1994, T. Svisdahl carried out prospecting and geochemical rock sampling to the northwest
within the catchement basin of Edith Creek, which drains the area of the occurrence.
   G. Kerwin staked Lisa cl 1-2 (YB57533) 1.4 km to the north and Lisa cl 3-6 (YB57557) 3.3
km to the northwest in May/95. Bolder Ventures (Kerwin) restaked Lisa cl 3-6 as Bolder cl 1-12
(YC08187) in Sep/97, added Bolder cl 13-16 (YC08947) in Jul/98 and carried out geochemical
rock and stream sediment sampling and test pitting in Aug/98.
GEOLOGY
Minor amounts of magnetite, pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite are associated with a series of small
gabbro plugs and dykes, which occur near a large, unmineralized Late Early Cretaceous diorite
stock and a small quartz monzonite plug (900 m long). These intrusive rocks cut andesite and
dacite breccia, flows and minor epiclastic volcanic rocks of the Upper Triassic Station Creek
Formation and have produced a zone of widespread silicification with overprinted carbonate
alteration that has weathered to a prominent gossan. Minor amounts of chalcopyrite and
molybdenite occur on widely spaced fractures in quartz monzonite.
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   The 1982 work explored for gold in the altered zone. Soil sampling of the zone returned
anomalous values up to 1 053 ppb Au and averaging 167 ppb Au over a 0.3 square km area. This
response was 3 to 4 times higher than samples collected from areas containing unaltered volcanic
rock. The highest rock value reported was 438 ppb Au over 10 m from chip sampling across a
weakly malachite stained quartz-carbonate vein.
    Svisdahl’s work in 1994 located several pyritic quartz veins approximately 3.5 km northwest
of the occurrence within a dark green host rock, possibly Pennsylvanian to (?) Lower Permian
basalt which is mapped to the northeast of the occurrence, that returned values ranging from 429
ppb to > 6 667 ppb Au.
    Most of Kerwin’s 1998 work was carried out to the east of where Svisdahl’s samples were
collected and stream sediment samples returned only a few anomalous results for Au (69 and 72
ppb) from the main channel of Edith Creek. One other sediment sample collected near the head
of the creek draining along the northeast side of the Bolder claims returned 176 ppm Cu, 35 ppm
As, 17 ppb Pt, 14 ppb Pd and 3 ppb Au.
REFERENCES
GORDEY, S.P. and MAKEPEACE, A.J., 2003. Yukon Digital Geology, version 2.0, S.P Gordey
and A.J. Makepeace (comp); Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 1749 and Yukon
Geological Survey, Open File 2003-9(D).

KERWIN, G., Nov/98. Assessment Report #094122 by G. Kerwin.

NAT JOINT VENTURE, Mar/83. Assessment Report #091433 by W.D. Eaton.

SVISDAHL, T., 1994. YEIP Report NO. 94-68 by T. Svisdahl.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 252.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 210; 1982, p. 194.
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MINFILE: 115G 035                                           NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\12
NAME: NOX                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 41' 10'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                             LONGITUDE: 139º 56' 46'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
L.C.
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Nox and Utlut cl (66086) in Jun-Sep/63 by Canalask Nickel ML, a new company
formed by Ontario Nickel ML and Frobisher L, following an aeromagnetic survey conducted by
Lundberg EL. Frobisher's interest was later transferred to Quebec Metallurgical Ind L.
   Restaked as Sal cl (YA97996) in Jun/87 by Harjay ECL and Kluane JV (All-North Resources
L and Chevron Mls L) and again as L.C. cl (YB25625) in Apr/89 by R. Stack.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by a Permo-Pennsylvanian sedimentary and volcanic rocks near the Denali
Fault and were staked over the nose of a large, intense aeromagnetic anomaly.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115F 036                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\9
NAME: HANKINS                                                LATITUDE: 61º 43' 17'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                              LONGITUDE: 140º 9' 9'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Rex & Well cl (64341) in May/53 by Canalask Nickel ML, a new company formed by
Ontario Nickel ML and Frobisher L, following an aeromag survey by Hans Lunberg. Frobisher's
interest was later transferred to Quebec Metallurgical Industries L. The West cl (69717) were
tied on to the west in Oct/54 by Western ML. Additional Rex cl (70605) were staked in May/55
by J. Holmstrom.
    Restaked as JM cl (Y5589) in May/66 (which were withdrawn at the staker's request); as AL
cl (Y12463) in Mar/67 by H. Babb; and as Go cl(Y58187) in Aug/70 by W. Maliciky.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by mafic volcanic rocks of Permo-Pennsylvanian age.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115F 037                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: KOIDERN                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 45' 52'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                               LONGITUDE: 140º 13' 25'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
GALENA
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Robert, etc cl (65555) in Apr/53 by W. Pulsifer, June cl (65727) in Sep/53 by E.
Hammer, Don & Harry cl (68280) in Mar/54 by D. MacPhail & H. Enger and Connie, etc cl
(68923) in Jun/54 by K. Ericson.
   Restaked as AL-CU cl(Y12396) in Mar/67 by G. Harris; as Enger cl(Y25723) in Jul/68 by J.
Brown; and as Doll and Brooks cl (Y36445) in Aug/69 by T.W. Sturgeon.
   Restaked as Galena cl (YB20058) in Jun/88 by A.J. Papineau. Luck cl (YB21215) were tied
on to the north in Aug/88 by H. Eckervogt. All cl (YB25615) were staked 2 km to the west in
Apr/89 by R. Smarch.
   R. Stack staked the Wreck claims (YB27634) 3 km to the southeast in July, 1990. The Wreck
claims were restaked as Lindsey 1-2 (YB36960) by M.J. Stack in Aug/92, who conducted
trenching in Aug/93.
GEOLOGY
Claims cover Permo-Pennsylvanian metavolcanic and sedimentary rocks in contact with a
Cretaceous intrusion of the Kluane Range Plutonic Suite.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115F 038                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: LIBERTY                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 47' 23'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 140º 10' 59'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU+/-AG QUARTZ VEINS

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: GOLD, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: LEAD, COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CWL
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Elsa, Liberty, etc cl (65078) in May/53 by G. Black, P. Versluce and R. Hide.
Restaked as Maya cl (73047) in Jun/57 by C. Eminger and C. Gibbons, and as GG cl (Y26277) in
Sep/68 by R.G. Hilker and P. Versluce, who conducted bulldozer trenching early in 1969.
   Restaked as CWL cl (YA97373) in May/87 by Harjay EL, which performed hand trenching in
1988 and trenching and prospecting in 1989. G. Davidson restaked the CWL cl (YB27630) in
Jul/90.
GEOLOGY
Gold-bearing quartz and quartz-carbonate veins up to 20 cm wide occur in silicified green tuff of
Permian age. Specimens containing 2% chalcopyrite, 2% galena and 1% pyrite assayed up to
13.7 g/t Au. Prospecting in 1988 located another area of narrow veins containing galena and
chalcopyrite 250 m upslope which may represent the faulted offset of the main showing.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1988, p. 167, 169.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW, 1988, p. 29.
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MINFILE: 115F 039                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: QUEBEC                                                    LATITUDE: 61º 49' 11'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                                 LONGITUDE: 140º 14' 13'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Tanya, etc cl (64297) in Apr/53 by Canalask Nickel ML, a new company formed by
Ontario Nickel ML and Frobisher L. Frobisher's interest was later transferred to Quebec
Metallurgical Ind L.
   Restaked in Nov/86 by Kluane JV (All-North Res L and Chevron Mls L) as Liberty cl
(YA96624), which were optioned to Silverquest Res L and explored with mapping and geochem
sampling in 1987.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by Permo-Pennsylvanian sedimentary and volcanic rocks and cover a
southeast-trending aeromagnetic anomaly that is believed to be caused by a Lower Triassic
ultramafic sill that is not exposed. The 1987 sampling failed to locate any mineralization or
anomalies.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115F 040                                           NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: DUENSING                                              LATITUDE: 61º 49' 52'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                             LONGITUDE: 140º 17' 56'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Top cl (Y9975) in Aug/66 by F. Hoey, and as Ni-Cu, Vic and Dic cl (Y18118) in Apr-
Sep/67 by H. Gloslee, H. Babb and D. Duensing, who trenched in 1968.
   Restaked as Vic & Dic cl (Y98817) in Jun/75 by D. Dickson and as Fifty-Two cl (YA74639)
in May/82 by G. Harris.
GEOLOGY
Claims cover Permo-Pennsylvanian volcanic and sedimentary rocks at the contact of a Kluane
Range intrusion.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115F 041                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: CATS AND DOGS                                             LATITUDE: 61º 51' 37'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                 LONGITUDE: 140º 18' 57'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S): KLUX
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL
TRACE COMMODITIES: PLATINUM, GOLD, PALLADIUM


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BEAN, CATS, DOGS, GG, JJ, KLU, KLUX, LIBERTY, NICU, PILLOW
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Cat, Dog, etc cl (65425) in Apr/53 by Canalask Nickel Mines Ltd, a new company
formed by Ontario Nickel Mines Ltd and Frobisher Ltd, following an aeromagnetic survey by
Lundberg Exploration Ltd. Frobisher's interest was later transferred to Quebec Metallurgical
Industry Ltd. Canalask built a winter road to the property and attempted to drill but was unable to
penetrate the overburden.
    Restaked as Bean cl 1-4 (Y5585) in Apr/66 by R.A. Dickson and as NICU cl 1-4 and 9-16
(Y18122) in May/67 by General Enterprise Ltd, which built a new road and bulldozer trenched
later in the year.
   Restaked as JJ cl 1-22 (Y24922) in May/68 and GG cl 1-56 (Y26293) in Oct/68 by P.
Versluce and R. Hilker, who carried out bulldozer trenching in 1969; partially restaked as M cl 1-
14 and 19-61 (Y77302) to the northwest in Oct/73; hand trenched in 1973-74; and staked more
claims in 1974 and 1975. The property was optioned to Western Mines Ltd (Brascan) in 1975,
which carried out geological mapping, prospecting and bulldozer trenching later that year and
additional geological mapping in 1976 before terminating the option.
    Restaked as Cats cl 1-12 (YA96439) in Oct/86 by Kluane Joint Venture (All-North Resources
Ltd and Chevron Minerals Ltd), which added Cats cl 13-20 (YA96587), Dogs cl 1-16 (YA96608)
and Liberty cl 1-12 (YA96624) in Dec/86. In Apr/87 the property was optioned to Silverquest
Resources Ltd, which carried out prospecting and geochemical rock and soil sampling in 1987.
Harjay Exploration Company Ltd tied on 11 non-consequtively numbered Pillow cl (YA97385)
to the west in May/87 and carried prospecting and sampling in 1988.
    Archer, Cathro and Associates (1981) Ltd restaked the showing as the Klu cl 1-24 (YB47016)
in Jul/94 and as Klux cl 1-26 (YC18459) in Mar/2000 on behalf of the Donjek Joint Venture
(Expatriate Resources Ltd and Strategic Metals Ltd). All but four claims (Klux cl 13-16) were
subsequently allowed to lapse before the joint venture carried out geological mapping,
prospecting and geochemical rock sampling in 2001. Ownership of the remaining four claims
was transferred to Expatriate in Oct/2002 and subsequently to Stratagold Corporation in
May/2003.
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GEOLOGY
The original claims were staked over a 300 gamma, elliptical aeromagnetic anomaly about 3.2 km
long that is mapped as being underlain by Pennsylvanian to (?) Lower Permian volcanic and
sedimentary rocks of the Wrangellia Terrane. Copper-nickel float was reportedly found at several
localities associated with a younger, possibly Late Triassic, serpentinized peridotite sill about 30
m thick.
   The 1975-76 work was located about 1.6 km northwest of the earlier work. Detailed mapping
outlined two distinct styles of mineralization. Most significant are stratiform, disseminated and
lensoid or laminated pyrite, chalcopyrite and pyrrhotite in mineralized zones up to 0.3 m thick
within a 360 m thick sequence of mineralized andesitic flows and tuff that can be traced for 2 km.
   Small showings outside the mineralized horizon include chalcopyrite and pyrite in quartz
veins in tuff and argillite; chalcopyrite in shears in argillite; and disseminated chalcopyrite, pyrite
and magnetite in brecciated coarse-grained tuff. Specimens assayed in 1987 returned 0.31% Ni
from peridotite with 2% pyrrhotite, and 1.2% Cu from pyroclastic rocks. PGE values were
anomalous with up to 137 ppb Pt and 160 ppb Pd.
   Mapping in 2001 noted the presence of mafic and ultramafic on the property including gabbro
and diorite and the previously identified peridotite. All of these rock types contain varying
amounts of pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite, ranging from 1% pyrrhotite in the peridotite to 15–18%
combined pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite in the hybrid(?) gabbro. Sampling was limited to five grab
samples of mineralized gabbro, with the best assay results returned from a piece of rusty
weathering float (T30950) which assayed 31 ppb Au, 120 ppb Pt, 690 ppb Pd, 6 020 ppm Cu and
2 790 ppm Ni.
REFERENCES
CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-copper sulphide deposits in the Kluane Ranges, Yukon.
Exploration and Geological Services Division, DIAND; Open File 1976-10.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1981. Geology and genesis of copper deposits and associated host rocks in
and near the Quill Creek area, Southwestern Yukon. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of
British Columbia, 1981.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD, Jan/2002. Assessment Report #094241 by R.A. Duncan and
T.L. Tucker.

GORDEY, S.P. and MAKEPEACE, A.J., 2003. Yukon Digital Geology, version 2.0, S.P Gordey
and A.J. Makepeace (comp); Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 1749 and Yukon
Geological Survey, Open File 2003-9(D).

HULBERT, L.J., 1997. Geology and Metallogeny of the Kluane Mafic-Ultramafic Belt, Yukon
Territory, Canada: Eastern Wrangellia – A new Ni-Cu-PGE Metallogenic Terrane. Geological
Survey of Canada Bulletin 506, 265 p.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1975, p. 130-131.

SILVERQUEST RESOURCES LTD, Oct/87. Assessment Report #091994 by W.D. Eaton.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 241-242.
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MINFILE: 115F 042                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: MEXICO                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 51' 0'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 140º 21' 16'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU SKARN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Mexico etc cl (65248) in Apr/53 by G. Scott during the staking rush around the
Canalask deposit. Transferred in Jul/54 to Callinan Flin Flon ML. Adjoining claims consisted of
Otter and Lucky cl (64939) to the northwest, staked in Apr/53 by Waddington Mg Corp L, and
Antler cl (66013), staked in Jun/53 by Selco EL.
  Restaked as Mag cl (Y20589) in Jul/67 by R. Hoey and later as KK cl(Y53468) in Jun/70 by
Imperial OL, Bow Valley Ind. L and Can. Ind. G & OL.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by Permo-Pennsylvanian volcanic and sedimentary rocks near a major thrust
fault. Chalcopyrite occurs in narrow stringers of massive magnetite in local skarn zones.
REFERENCES
CANADIAN MINING JOURNAL, Oct/54, p. 101.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.
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MINFILE: 115F 043                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: PICKHANDLE                                              LATITUDE: 61º 55' 29'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                      LONGITUDE: 140º 27' 20'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as GE cl (64407) & Ann cl (65031) in Mar/53 by General Enterprises L, which performed
grid mag and self potential surveys in 1953. In 1954, Canalask Nickel ML drilled 5 holes (598.0
m) under an option. The SE cl (Y59212) were staked in Oct/70 by R. Voisine immediately to the
southeast. Restaked as MAG cl (75747) in Jun/73 by the Nickel Synd (Can Superior EL,
Aquitaine, Home OL and Getty ML).
   Restaked in Aug/86 as V cl (YA95733) by Polestar E Inc, which performed mapping and
geochem sampling in 1987. Walhalla EL tied on Pick cl (YA97846) to the south in Jun/87 and
Harjay ECL and Kluane JV (All-North Res L & Chevron Mls L) tied on KF cl (YA97554) to the
north and Pete cl (YA97949) to the southeast in Jun/87. Polestar carried out geochem sampling
in 1987, followed by VLF-EM and mag surveys in 1988.
   Restaked as WR cl 67-80 (YB96934) by Expatriate Resources Ltd in Oct/96.
GEOLOGY
Claims cover the extension of the peridotite sill associated with the Canalask deposit, which
intrudes Permo-Pennsylvanian volcanic and sedimentary rocks. Dumbrille obtained an assay in
1953 of 6.55% Cu and 0.56% Ni from mineralized peridotite float. Polestar outlined three gold
anomalies in soil with values up to 280 ppb Au, and six platinum-palladium anomalies with
values up to 204 ppb Pt and 365 ppb Pd.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

ONTARIO NICKEL MINES LTD, Oct/53. Assessment Report by J.C. Dumbrille.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1985-86, p. 316-317; 1987, p. 244.
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MINFILE: 115F 044                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: SEVENSMA                                                LATITUDE: 61º 55' 11'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                               LONGITUDE: 140º 31' 40'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WR
WORK HISTORY
Located on the edge of the large block of claims fringe staked around the Canalask deposit in
1953. Staked as Hazel cl (Y21381) in Dec/67 by J.A. Hanna and optioned to Moly-Win Mg L,
which did a limited amount of bulldozer trenching in Jun/68. The north side was restaked in
Jun/87 as WR cl (YA97560) by Harjay ECL, which performed magnetic and VLF-EM surveys in
Jun/88, and follow-up test pitting of anomalies in Jun/90.
GEOLOGY
The 1967 claims covered a rumoured discovery of copper float made by a bulldozer driver while
building a winter road. The specimens consisted of greenish volcanic rocks but did not contain
any copper minerals. Trenching did not turn up anything significant.
   The 1987 claims cover a gabbro body containing traces of pyrrhotite. The 1988 geophysical
surveys located several weak to moderate magnetic highs and four strong VLF conductors that
trend 120 . Two blast trenches in 1990 exposed pyritic quartz pebble conglomerate and chert
layers with background gold values.
REFERENCES
HARJAY EXPLORATION LTD, Nov/90. Assessment Report #092886 by G.S. Davidson.

MOLY-WIN MINES LTD, Dec/67. Prospectus Report by P.H. Sevensma.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1988, p. 31.
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MINFILE: 115F 045                                                NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: CANALASK                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 57' 11'' N
STATUS: DEPOSIT                                                  LONGITUDE: 140º 32' 16'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S): MICRO, ONION
MAJOR COMMODITIES: PLATINUM, NICKEL, COPPER, GOLD, PALLADIUM
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES: COBALT


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CANA, MICRO, RIVER, WENG, WHITE, WR
WORK HISTORY
Staked as 32 White, Wolverine and Caribou claims (64214) in Mar/53 by P. Eikland, W.
Theriault and F. Hickey and optioned to Prospectors Airways Company Ltd, on behalf of a
syndicate including Noranda Mines Ltd and Kerr Addison Gold Mines Ltd, which drilled 14
holes (1652.3 m) before dropping the option in Mar/54. Optioned in May/54 to Canalask Nickel
Mines Ltd, a new company formed by Ontario Nickel Mines Ltd and Frobisher Ltd to develop the
property. Frobisher's interest was later transferred to Quebec Metallurgical Industries Ltd.
   During 1953-54, the property was extensively fringe staked by Versluce and associates-Blue
Ribbon cl (64383), D. Taylor-Polaris cl (64238) and by General Enterprises Ltd-Blair, etc cl
(64200). The Fox cl (73425) were staked in Oct/57 by A. Nolan on the north side and
transferred to Triple Five Prospectors Company Ltd.
   Between 1954-58, Canalask drilled 1 025 m from surface, completed 518.2 m of drifting on 2
levels through an adit and a 106.7 m winze, and drilled 466.7 m underground. The name was
changed to Northwest Canalask Nickel Mines Ltd in 1963, just before the claims were allowed to
lapse.
    Restaked as Micro cl 1-9 (86108) in Mar/64 by P. Versluce, H. Versluce and C. Gibbons, and
following trenching in 1965 and 1966, optioned in Jun/67 to Discovery Mines Ltd, Rayrock
Mines Ltd and Consolidated Canadian Faraday Ltd, which conducted mag, EM and IP surveys
and bulldozer trenching and drilled 2 holes (399.6 m) later in the year. In 1968, Faraday's interest
was transferred to Pacific Petroleum Ltd, and the underground workings were re-opened to permit
370.9 m of underground drilling. In addition, about 1 005.9 m of drilling was conducted from
surface.
   After the option was dropped, the owners performed more trenching in 1970 before optioning
the property in Feb/72 to the Nickel Syndicate (Canadian Superior Exploration Ltd, Aquitaine,
Home Oil Ltd, and Getty Minerals Ltd), which explored by geological mapping, magnetic and
EM surveys later in 1972 and drilled 5 holes (640.0 m) and added Mag cl 1-39 (Y75496) in May-
Jun/73 before dropping the option in 1974. The owners rehabilitated the portal in 1978. The
property was examined briefly in 1984 by Mammoth Resources Ltd.
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   The property was optioned in Dec/86 by Kluane Joint Venture (All-North Resources Ltd and
Chevron Minerals Ltd) and joint ventured with Rockridge Mining Corp, which explored with
mapping, mag & VLF-EM surveys, minor geochemical sampling, core relogging, and 5 holes
(603.2 m) in 1987. In Nov/92, the property was sold to a joint venture consisting of A.R. Archer
Holdings Ltd, ECEE Money Ltd, Carvest Holdings Ltd and Norvista Developments Ltd.
   Fringe claims include V cl 1-36 (YA95733) to the southeast in Aug/86 by Polestar Exploration
Inc, which conducted mapping and sampling in 1987, CT cl 1-17 (YA97527) to the north and the
WR cl 17-26 (YA97560) to the southwest in Jun/87 by Harjay Exploration Co. Ltd and KM cl 1-
12 (YB8673) to the west in Oct/87 by B. Lueck. Magnetometer and VLF-EM surveys were
carried out on the CT claims in 1988 by Lodestar Exploration Ltd. G. Harris staked Lobo cl 1-10
(YB26505) 1 km to the southwest in Apr/89. Harjay trenched on the WR claims in 1990.
    In early 1993 Expatriate Resources Ltd purchased a 100% interest in Micro, Weng, Cana and
Onion claim groups and in August of that year staked White cl 1-18 and 20 (YB38234) and River
cl 1-8 (YB38253). Expatriate carried out trenching, linecutting, magnetometer and VLF-EM
surveys, geological mapping, and geochemical sampling on the property in Sept/93.
   In 1994 Cachet Enterprises Corporation was granted an option to earn a 50% interest in the
Micro cl 1-4 (86108) by spending $1 000 000 over three years. Between September and Nov/94,
Cachet drilled 6 HQ diameter drill holes (940 m) on Micro cl 1-4. In 1995, the company drilled 5
additional HQ diameter drill holes (532 m) and carried out total magnetic field, VLF-EM and
horizontal loop electromagnetic geophysical surveys on the Micro claims. Cachet terminated
their option in Sept/96.
   Between Oct/96 and Mar/97 Expatriate expanded their claim holdings by surrounding the
Micro claims with several non-sequentially staked blocks of WR claims (84-95...etc, YB96944).
In 1997 Expatriate flew an airborne geophysical survey over the area, the results of which led the
company to drill 10 diamond drill holes (1 277.7 m) on coincident mag/EM anomalies located
outside of known areas of mineralization previously identified on the Weng claims. The
company also completed ground magnetometer and Maxmin EM geophysical surveys over
various areas of their claim holdings.
   In Oct/99 the property was optioned by Uravan Minerals Inc, which can earn up to a 60%
interest by incurring aggregate exploration expenditures amounting to $2.2 million over four
years. Uravan’s 2001 work program included ground magnetometer, Maxmin EM and IP
geophysical surveys, mapping, trenching, sampling and prospecting on the Onion and White cl.
GEOLOGY
Pyrrhotite and lesser amounts of pentlandite, sphalerite, pyrite, marcasite and chalcopyrite occur
as fine-grained patchy disseminations and less commonly as small massive lenses in volcanic
rocks of the Station Creek Formation. These rocks are dense and siliceous and probably of
tuffaceous origin. The main sulphide zone lies 122 m from the footwall contact of a peridotite sill
that is 793 m long and over 76 m wide. Within the sill are zones of olivine gabbro, serpentinized
dunite and picrite.
   The main zone has a length of 107 m and a width of 15 m and is cut off at the west end, near
the White River, by a fault. Two other zones are also present but of lower grade. Reserves were
calculated in 1968 by Discovery Mines as 390 235 tonnes grading 1.35% Ni.
    The Kluane Joint Venture work was directed toward platinum potential and concentrated on
the footwall contact of the sill. Hole 1973-7, situated 850 m east of White River, intersected 0.45
g/t Pt, 1.4 g/t Pd, 0.94% Ni and 0.33% Cu across 3 m from a gabbro phase. This mineralization
consisted of coarse, net-textured pyrrhotite with finely disseminated chalcopyrite.
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   The 1987 drilling tested a 458 m length at the west end of the target near the White River, and
gave disappointing results. The best surface assay was 0.41 g/t Pt, 11.7 g/t Pd, 0.4% Ni and 0.1%
Cu across 3.0 metres.
   The 1994 drilling was directed at confirming historical drill intersections in the Main Zone as
well as evaluating a strong geophysical anomaly in an area north of the Main Zone known as the
Footwall Zone. Two holes were drilled through the central part of the Main Zone. Hole C94-60
intersected 15.2 m of mineralization which assayed 1.02% Ni, 0.12% Cu and 0.018 % Co. Hole
C94-61 intersected 11.0 m of mineralization which assayed 1.37% Ni, 0.02% Cu and 0.008%
Co. The other four holes were drilled in the Footwall Zone. The best intersection was in hole
C94-64 which intersected 3.0 m of mineralization which assayed 1.34% Ni, 0.10 Cu and 0.055%
Co. All drill intersections which assayed greater than 0.20% Ni and/or 0.20% Cu were
composited and analyzed for Au, Pt and Pd, but only returned trace to low background levels.
   The 1995 drilling tested the Main, Footwall and River mineralized zones. The best result was
hole C95-70 which intersected the River Zone and returned 6.4 m of 1.08% Cu and 0.10% Co. A
second drill hole attempted to intersect the same zone but was abandoned in deep overburden.
The remaining holes intersected the mineralized Footwall and Main Zones. The best result of
these was hole C95-66 which returned 10.9 m of 0.77% Cu and 0.052% Co from the Footwall
Zone. The geophysical surveys revealed 3 elongate VLF-EM anomalies with coincident magnetic
response within the footwall of sedimentary rocks, in a geological setting similar to the Main,
Footwall and River Zones. These promising targets, which aggregate over 1 km in strike length,
remain to be tested by drilling.
   The 1997 drilling tested coincident EM and magnetic anomalies about 1 km southeast of the
main zone that were outlined by a 1996 airborne geophysical survey and redefined by ground
geophysics carried out immediately in advance of the drilling. Drilling intersected fault zones
within ultramafic rocks which contained sheet-like bands of pyrrhotite with lesser magnetite and
minor native copper. Disseminated pyrrhotite and chalcopyrite in feldspathic peridotite and
gabbro were also intersected but were all sub-economic.
   The 2001 program focused on a five kilometer long area with high background concentrations
of Ni, Co, Pt and Pd, containing six known showings along the northwest end of the White River
Ultramafic Complex. It delineated two strong Maxmin EM conductors with coincident IP
chargeability-resistivity anomalies having strike lengths of over 800 and 1 100 meters long.
Trench sampling of the two western most showings (Discovery & Onion) coincident with the
longer of the two conductors, returned highs of 4.69% Ni, 0.80% Cu, 0.17% Co and 6.83 g/t
platinum group elements and 27.41% Ni, 0.18% Co and 30.61 g/t Au respectively.
REFERENCES
ARCHER, CATHRO AND ASSOCIATES (1981) LTD, 1987. Assessment Report #091995 by
R.J. Cathro.

CAMPBELL, F.A., 1956. Nickeliferous Sulphide Deposits at Quill Creek and White River,
Yukon. Unpublished M.Sc. thesis, Queen's University.

CAMPBELL, F.A., 1960. Nickel Deposits in the Quill Creek and White River Area, Yukon.
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Bulletin, Dec/60, p. 953-959.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-copper sulphide deposits in the Kluane Ranges, Yukon.
Exploration and Geological Services Division, DIAND; Open File 1976-10.
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CAMPBELL, S.W., 1981. Geology and genesis of copper deposits and associated host rocks in
and near the Quill Creek area, Southwestern Yukon. Unpublished Ph.D. thesis, University of
British Columbia, 1981.

DISCOVERY MINES LTD, 1967. Assessment Report #019077 by J.S. Reed and J.G. Baird.

DISCOVERY MINES LTD, 1968. Assessment Report #091316 by T. Antoniuk.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD, 1994. Assessment Report #093155 by H.J. Copeland and R.
C. Carne.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD, 1994. Assessment Report #093256 by R.C. Carne.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD, 10 Jan/95, News Release.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD & CACHET ENTERPRISES CORP, 1996. Assessment
Report #093448 by R.C. Carne.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD, 1997. Assessment Report #093698 by R.C. Carne.

EXPATRIATE RESOURCES LTD, 1998. Assessment Report #093957 by R.C. Carne.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 111.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 67-40, p. 13-16; Paper 68-68, p. 65-68; Paper
69-55, p. 39.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 19 Apr/89; 24 Nov/92; 26 Sep/95.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1973, p. 60-61.

NICKEL SYNDICATE, 1973. Assessment Report #091321 by J.S. Vincent and K.A. Maclean.

NORTHERN MINER, 3 Oct/95.

THE MINING LETTER, 24 Jul/84.

URAVAN MINERALS INC, 31 Oct/01, News Release.

URAVAN MINERALS INC, Sep/2003. Web Site: www.uravanminerals.com

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 242.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY 1995, p. 12, 13, 16.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY 1996 p. 24, 30.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY 1997 p. 24, 35.
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 046                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: SWENSON                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 58' 15'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                 LONGITUDE: 140º 22' 46'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Dewie and Aldas cl (73224) in Oct/57 by D. Swenson and A. Laine.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by quartz-biotite schist of the Nisling Terrane.
REFERENCES
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 047                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: EPIC                                                     LATITUDE: 61º 58' 57'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 140º 35' 2'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, MOLYBDENUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
IV
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Cessna, etc cl (64476) in Mar/63 by F. Harbottle and others. Restaked as Pig & Fox cl
(90349) in May/64 by T. Eikland and as Hawk, Epic, etc cl (92287) in Jul-Oct/65 by C. Eikland.
The claims were optioned in Oct/65 by Cominco, which conducted a detailed mapping program
in 1966.
  Restaked in Aug/73 as Kim cl (Y74622) by the Nickel Synd (Can Superior EL, Aquitaine,
Home OL and Getty ML).
   Restaked as IV cl (YA95769) in Aug/86 by Polestar E Inc, which performed mapping and
geochem sampling later in the year and in 1987. Harjay ECL tied on HWY cl (YB8560) to the
northeast in Oct/87. G. Harris also staked HDTY cl (YB26535) on the northwest side of the IV cl
in Apr/89.
   Restaked as White cl 1-20 (YB38234) by Expatriate Resources Ltd in Aug/93. In Oct/96
Expatriate surrounded the White claims with numerous non-sequential blocks of WR claims (6-
20, etc...(YB96873).
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by the extension of the peridotite dyke associated with the Canalask deposit,
which intrudes Permo-Pennsylvanian volcanic and sedimentary rocks. Three minor occurrences
of pyrite, chalcopyrite and molybdenite occur in calcite stringers in shear zones up to 6 m wide
cutting andesite and Cretaceous diorite, which forms the northeast contact of the zone.
   The 1987 soil sampling north of the White River outlined a 700 by 100 m platinum-palladium
anomaly that contains up to 88 ppb Pt and 46 ppb Pd. Samples taken on the south side of the
river returned spot highs up to 280 ppm Au, 204 ppb Pt and 365 ppb Pd.
REFERENCES
COMINCO LTD, Jul/66. Assessment Report #017472 by T. Muraro.
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DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 244.
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                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 048                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: ARN                                                      LATITUDE: 61º 57' 43'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                       LONGITUDE: 140º 41' 15'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU SKARN

OTHER NAME(S): TAYLOR
MAJOR COMMODITIES: GOLD, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ARN, WEE
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Wee cl 1-12 (Y53472) in Jul/70 by a syndicate composed of Imperial Oil Ltd, Bow
Valley Resources Ltd and Canadian Industrial Gas and Oil Ltd during a reconnaissance
geochemical program.
  Restaked by the Nat Joint Venture (Chevron Canada Ltd and Armco Mineral Exploration
Company) in 1980, which carried out prospecting in 1981 and 1982.
   Restaked as Arn cl 1-8 (YB06323) in Jul/87 by Kluane Joint Venture (All-North Resources
Ltd and Chevron Minerals Ltd), which carried out geological mapping, geochemical sampling,
VLF-EM and magnetometer surveying in 1988 and staked Arn cl 9-14 (YB27511) in May/90.
   Acne Joint Venture bought out the All-North and Chevron interests in the property and
subsequently optioned the claims to Mendocino Resources Ltd. In 1993, Mendocino carreid out
geological mapping, trenching, geochemical sampling, geophysical surveying and staked Arn cl
15-18 (YB38261) in Aug/93 before dropping the option.
   Nordac Resources Ltd purchased a 100% interest in the property from Acne Joint Venture and
carried out geochemical sampling and hand trenching in 1998. Nordac changed its name to
Strategic Metals Ltd in Jun/2001 and optioned the property to ATAC Resources Ltd in Feb/2002.
   During 2002, ATAC carried out geological mapping, prospecting, drilled 4 holes (182 m) and
staked Arn cl 19-28 (YC19631) in Aug/2002.
GEOLOGY
The claimed area lies just southwest of the Shakwak-Denali Fault system and is underlain by
Upper Jurassic to Lower Cretaceous volcanic and sedimentary rocks that have been intruded by a
swarm of Late Early Cretaceous porphyritic to non-porphyritic andesite, diorite and latite dykes.
Copper, gold and magnetite occur in skarn deposits ranging from less than a metre to a few tens
of meters that have formed in all intruded rock types, but are concentrated along the contact
between the intrusive rocks and minor limestone beds which occur in the Triassic Nikolai
Greenstone.
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   Soil sampling in 1988, 1993 and 1998 has identified a number of large gold-copper soil
anomalies which strike northwest across the property, peak values of 8 370 ppb Au and 5 780
ppm Cu have been returned.
   Nine zones of mineralized skarn have been discovered and investigated to date on the claims.
The most recently discovered zone returned values up to 14.7 g/t Au from float collected within a
1 400 x 300 m area located on the portion of the property staked in 2002. The zones are complex,
lensey to irregular in outline and are recessive, having only been exposed for sampling by hand
trenching. The skarns show a wide variety of compositions and textures and are dominated by
one of the following assemblages: 1) garnet-(magnetite); 2) epidote-calcite; 3) magnetite-
amphibole; 4) pyrrhotite rich pods and lenses; and, 5) pyrite.
    Epidote and magnetite-rich skarn and hornfels with a trace of chalcopyrite has assayed up to
23.3 g/t Au and 0.32% Cu over 3 m, while chalcopyrite-rich specimens have returned up to 2.4
g/t Au and 3.7% Cu over 4 m.
   Drilling on the main geochemical anomaly in 2002 intersected highgrade gold skarn
mineralization within a steeply dipping structural zone. Hole Arn-4 is reported to have
intersected 12.67 m of skarn mineralization grading 11.92 g/t Au and 0.22% Cu, that included a
1.98 m section that returned 64.42 g/t Au and 1.16% Cu.
REFERENCES
GORDEY, S.P. and MAKEPEACE, A.J., 1999. Yukon digital geology, S.P. Gordey and A.J.
Makepeace (comp.); Geological Survery of Canada, Open file D3826 and Exploration and
Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1999-1(D).

KLUANE JOINT VENTURE, Jun/89. Assessment Report #092734 by C.A. Main.

MENDOCINO RESOURCES LTD, Feb/94. Assessment Report #093156 by H. Copland, R.C.
Carne and J. Payne.

NORDAC RESOURCES LTD, May/99. Assessment Report #094009 by R.C. Carne.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1988, p. 171; 1989, p. 106.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1993, p. 7; 1998, p. 27; 2002, p. 12, 24, 26.
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 049                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: SAMPETE                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 58' 24'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                               LONGITUDE: 140º 45' 42'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU SKARN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Ray cl (Y54229) in Jul/70 by a syndicate composed of Imperial OL, Bow Valley Res L
and Can Industrial G & OL).
GEOLOGY
Chalcopyrite, pyrite, pyrrhotite and magnetite occur in skarn zones which have developed in a 9
m thick layer of Late Triassic Chitistone Limestone which is cut by a magnetite-rich Cretaceous
granodiorite stock and a swarm of felsic to mafic dykes.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

IMPERIAL OIL ENTERPRISES LTD, 1971. Assessment Report #060986 by R.W. Oddy.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1971 and 1972, p. 37.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 050                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: MONDAY                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 57' 48'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                              LONGITUDE: 140º 48' 54'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU SKARN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: WOLLASTONITE
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
MONDAY
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Monday cl (Y53810) in Jun/70. Restaked as Wolli cl (YB21645) in Sep/88 by Chevron
Mls L. Restaked as Snow cl (YB36042) by R. Berdahl in Jun/91.
   R. Berdahl restaked the occurrence as Monday 1-2 cl (YB36965) in Aug/92.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by Upper Triassic carbonate beds intercalated with Late Triassic Nikolai
Greenstone basaltic volcanic rocks and are intruded by Cretaceous granodiorite. The property is
situated on the edge of an 1100 gamma aeromagnetic anomaly which may be related to magnetite
skarns developed in the carbonates. One 70 m wide exposure of skarn consists of nearly massive
wollastonite with few impurities.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.
                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 051                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: AZ                                                      LATITUDE: 61º 59' 3'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                      LONGITUDE: 140º 51' 6'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU SKARN

OTHER NAME(S): HUMP
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, GOLD
MINOR COMMODITIES: SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
AZ
WORK HISTORY
Placer gold was discovered on (Fry)Pan, Bowen and Hidden Creeks in 1912-13. In 1930,
Treadwell Yukon Company Ltd prospected the headwaters of these creeks for the source and dug
10 hand pits.
    This occurrence was discovered in Aug/88 by R. Berdahl and staked as AZ cl 1-8 (YB26305)
in Jun/89. Berdahl carried out prospecting, limited soil geochemical sampling and hand trenching
that year.
   Noranda Exploration Company Ltd visited the property in Spring/90 and carried out
prospecting and geochemical sampling before optioning the claims in Mar/91. Noranda staked
AZ cl 9-72 (YB35932) in Jun/91 to surround the existing claims and carried soil geochemical
sampling, geological mapping, magnetometer and IP surveying and Kubota trenching later that
year. In Jun/93, Noranda drilled three holes (232 m) before dropping the option.
   Liberty Mineral Exploration Inc carried out magnetometer and HLEM surveying of the claims
in 1997 and subsequently optioned the property in Feb/98. Liberty carried out hand trenching and
geochemical rock sampling in May/98 and drilled four holes (339.3 m) the following month.
GEOLOGY
Copper and gold mineralization occurs in limestone and garnet-epidote and pyroxene-magnetite
skarn, which is interbedded with Nikolai Greenstone amygdaloidal basalt of Late Triassic age.
Drilling indicates that the basalts and underlying Pennsylvanian to Permian aged graphitic
argillite and pyritic limestone have been intruded by Cretaceous aged biotite and biotite-
hornblende quartz diorite bodies.
   On AZ cl 3, mineralized skarn was exposed in Kubota trenches over a strike length of about
30.5 m with and apparent thickness of about 2 m. Selected grab samples assayed up to 10.1% Cu,
171.4 g/t Ag and 8 g/t Au. A strong copper-gold-silver anomaly extends 350 m southwest of the
showing.
   Drilling on the showing by Noranda intersected 32.6 m of skarn in hole AZ 93-1, the best 2 m
interval returned 0.19% Cu with 187 ppb Au. The other two holes (300 m southwest and 1 000 m
southeast of the showing) did not intersect skarn mineralization.
   Liberty Minerals drilled four holes from two setups (50 m northeast and 75 m south of the
showing) and targeted magnetic anomalies delineated in 1997. All holes intersected skarn, most
of which was barren or weakly mineralized. The highest copper and gold values occur in holes
98-5 and 98-6 (south of the showing), with the best interval returning 2 184 ppm Cu with 0.2 g/t
Au over 1.52 m in pyroxene-magnetite skarn from hole 98-5.
REFERENCES
BERDAHL, R., Nov/90. Assessment Report #092883 by R. Berdahl.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, Memoir 74, p. 193.

LIBERTY MINERAL EXPLORATION INC, Sep/98. Assessment Report #093885 by R.A.
Doherty.

NORANDA EXPLORATION COMPANY LTD, Apr/92. Assessment Report #093020 by G.
MacKay.

NORANDA EXPLORATION COMPANY LTD, Jul/93. Assessment Report #093101 by J.L.
Duke.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1991, p. 10.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1998, p. 24, 27, 30.
                                 YUKON MINFILE
                            YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                  WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 052                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\16
NAME: BOITARD                                                LATITUDE: 61º 55' 47'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                              LONGITUDE: 138º 7' 36'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as DU, etc cl (Y76400) in Aug/73 by C. Boitard, and transferred to Lakewood Res L and
Menika Mg L, which flew an airborne magnetic and EM survey in 1974
GEOLOGY
The property is underlain by schist and gneiss of the Nisling Terrane, which is intruded by
Nisling Range granodiorite on the southwest part of the claims. Both units are cut by rhyolite
dikes of probable Eocene age. The geophysical survey gave several EM anomalies, two of which
coinciden with magnetic lows and one with a magnetic high. No mineralization has been
reported.
REFERENCES
MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 139.
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                            YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                  WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 053                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: RAIL                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 55' 5'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                              LONGITUDE: 140º 56' 51'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as HR cl (Y12505) by H. Rail.
GEOLOGY
Claims were staked over a linear aeromagnetic anomaly of 900 gammas intensity, associated with
a volcanic unit of the Upper Triassic Nikolai Greenstone.
REFERENCES
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 054                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: MEMOIR                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 53' 18'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 140º 59' 23'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: TERTIARY SEDIMENTS
DEPOSIT TYPE: COAL

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COAL
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as coal lease 27397 in Oct/11 by H.E. Morgan.
GEOLOGY
Occasional seams of lignite less than 5 cm thick occur in the Paleogene Amphitheatre Formation,
which is intruded by younger volcanic rocks.
REFERENCES
AURUM GEOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS INC., 1994. Yukon Coal Inventory 1994. Energy
and Mines Branch, Economic Development, Yukon Territorial Government, 169 p.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 50, p. 141.
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 055                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: MCLELLAN                                                LATITUDE: 61º 51' 52'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 140º 54' 50'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: TERTIARY SEDIMENTS
DEPOSIT TYPE: COAL

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COAL
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Noted by the GSC but apparently never investigated.
GEOLOGY
Seams of lignite up to 5 cm thick occur in the Paleogene Amphitheatre Formation, which is
intruded by younger volcanic rocks.
REFERENCES
AURUM GEOLOGICAL CONSULTANTS INC., 1994. Yukon Coal Inventory 1994. Energy
and Mines Branch, Economic Development, Yukon Territorial Government, 169 p.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 50, p. 141.
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 056                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: RABBIT                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 50' 48'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                      LONGITUDE: 140º 53' 11'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU+/-AG QUARTZ VEINS

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, SILVER
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
The easterly showing was staked as Copper Chief and Lucky Star cl (7992) in Sep/07 by S.
Albert, J.R. Slaggard and O.F. Jenkins, who drove a 5 m adit by 1913. The Lucky Hit cl (10208)
was staked nearby in Nov/09 by N.E. Morgan and optioned to Skolai Mg CL, which filed 18 m of
drifting in at least two adits in 1910-1917.
   Restaked as Ermine, Ada and Gopher cl (13901) in Aug/23. The westerly showing was staked
as Silver Fox and Black Fox claims in 1907 although claim records indicate these were not
recorded until Aug/09 (10206). Three adits 1.8 to 3 m long were driven prior to 1913 and the
claims were patented in Jan/16 by North America Transportation and Trading CL.
   Restaked as Pete cl (4342) in Nov/44 by Per Johnson and H. Rail and as CC cl (Y11538) in
Nov/66, which were optioned to Pacific Giant Steel OL, and assigned to a new company, Canyon
City EL, in Dec/67. Exploration consisted of hand trenching, prospecting and sampling in 1966
and 1967, road building, grid soil sampling, mapping and an I.P. survey in 1968.
   In 1970, Conwest drilled one hole (121.9 m) under option to test an IP anomaly 760 m east of
the east.
   Northern Empire ML tied on the Box cl (Y21847) to the east in Dec/67.
GEOLOGY
The east showing consists of pyrite and pyrrhotite with minor chalcopyrite and bornite in quartz
stringers within a shear zone which cuts Permo-Pennsylvanian Station Creek volcanics.
Weathering has produced a strong, local gossan about 30 cm. A chip sample from a 9.4 m trench
across the showing assayed 1.02% Cu. A grab sample assayed 4.5% Cu and 6.9 g/t Ag. Irving
reported an assay of 16.2% Cu and 17.1 g/t Ag from a selected grab sample.
   The west showing consists of a 0.9 m vein which cuts volcanic rocks and contains minor
pyrite and chalcopyrite. A chip sample by the GSC assayed 0.85% Cu over 1.1 m. The drill hole
cut weakly pyritic, graphitic argillite from which sludge assays ranged between 0.02 and 0.06%
Cu.
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REFERENCES
CANYON CITY EXPLORATION LTD, Mar/68. Prospectus Report by R.J. Cathro.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 50, p. 123-124.

IRVING, J.D., Dec/07. Unpublished report on Alaskan copper occurrences, on file at Alaska
Division of Mines & Minerals, Fairbanks, p. 52-54.
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                                     WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 057                                                 NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: LEP                                                         LATITUDE: 61º 50' 16'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                          LONGITUDE: 140º 32' 55'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU SKARN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: ZINC, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
PGMB
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Lep cl (Y9562) in Jul/66 by a syndicate composed of Imperial OL, Alcon Pet. L and
Can. Industrial G & OL during a reconnaissance geochemical program. The Alcon interest was
later transferred to Bow Valley Ind. L. Exploration consisted of mapping, mag and EM surveys,
and 6 pack sack holes (37.8 m) in 1967.
   The claims were allowed to lapse and were restaked as Lep cl (Y53002) in Jun/70 by the same
syndicate, which conducted grid soil sampling and detailed mapping in 1970 and 1971.
   Restaked as PGMB cl (YB20169) in Jun/88 by L. Carlyle who performed mapping and
sampling later that year.
GEOLOGY
The main showing outcrops in a creek at elevation 1 292 m (4 240 ft), and consists of massive
pyrite, sphalerite and chalcopyrite in silicified marble of Upper Paleozoic or Triassic age near the
contact of a diorite intrusion containing disseminated pyrrhotite. The mineralization has the form
of an irregular pod 9.1 m long, and a channel sample assayed 17.2% Zn across a width of 2.6 m.
A copper assay of 1.07% was obtained by L. Carlyle from the same showing.
   Other similar mineralized pods were subsequently found in the area, all associated with
gossanous shear zones in vuggy silicified limestone at about the same elevation. Two copper
showings occur about 30 and 150 m downstream from the main showing. The upper consists of
weak mineralization in silicified marble near the contact of a diorite dyke. At the lower,
chalcopyrite, pyrite and minor pyrrhotite occur in fractures in a propylitically altered diorite dyke.
A grab sample assayed 4.5% Cu and 17.1 g/t Ag.
   The Imperial Oil geochemical surveys outlined four coincident nickel-copper-cobalt anomalies
on the property. Two of these are associated with northwest-trending anomalies caused by
pyroxenite and gabbro sills.
REFERENCES
CARLYLE, L.W., Apr/89. Assessment Report #092704 by L.W.Carlyle.
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DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 68-68, p. 73.

IMPERIAL OIL ENTERPRISES LTD, Jul/67. Assessment Report #019078 by G.J. McGinn.

MELNYK, W.D., Apr/72. Geology of the Moose Creek Area, St Elias Range. Unpublished
B.A.Sc. Thesis, University of Saskatchewan.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1989, p. 106
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 058                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: DOWN                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 46' 0'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                              LONGITUDE: 140º 26' 26'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
MC
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Deep cl (Y12387) in Mar/67 by D. Dickson and as Down cl (Y25719) in Jul/68 by G.
Harris. Harris restaked again as MC cl (YB25653) in Apr/89.
GEOLOGY
The claims were staked near a contact between Upper Paleozoic to Triassic volcanic and
sedimentary rocks and one of the Kluane intrusions.
REFERENCES
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 059                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: WHITE RIVER                                              LATITUDE: 61º 47' 22'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                       LONGITUDE: 140º 48' 2'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S): DISCOVERY COPPER
MAJOR COMMODITIES: SILVER, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DOUG, HEN
WORK HISTORY
Discovered in May/05 by Solomon Albert, J.R. Slaggard, and M.L. Harris and staked as
Discovery and Solomon Copper grants. Indians had known of copper showings in this district for
many years prior although the early references are to the nearby Kletsan occurrence (Minfile
115F 061). The White River showing is well known as the source of a 1 180 kg slab of native
copper which was moved to the Whitehorse Museum in early 1958. The showing was first
examined by Prof. J.D. Irving in 1907 and by the USGS in 1908, by which time 3 adits 6 to 9 m
long had been driven. In 1912, Albert, Slaggard, and J. Kingston shipped 4.5 tonnes to the
Tacoma Smelter and in 1915-16, Skolai Mg CL investigated the showing.
   All the original claims were allowed to lapse except the Lost Treasure, which was patented in
1916 by North American Transportation and Trading CL. The property was idle until Aug/44,
when it was restaked as Molly and Carita cl (4298) by H. Townsend and W.L. Coyne, who
rehabilitated the old workings and did some hand trenching before dropping the claims in
Aug/54. Lunberg EL and J. Dumbrill flew an airborne mag survey in 1952 for East Rim Nickel
ML, optioned some claims in 1952, performed a resistivity survey in 1953 and tied on Colt cl
(6945) in Jul/54 and performed a resistivity survey later that year. Waddington Mg Corp L and
Golden Slipper ML tied on Pluto, etc cl (68584) in Apr/54.
    The showing was restaked as Kay cl (77851) in Jul/62 by H. Johannes, and again in Aug/64 as
Slaggard and Goldenhorne cl (90561) by A. Rivers, who optioned the property to R. Newsom in
Nov/64 and later to Silver City ML in Nov/66. Silver City conducted mapping, soil sampling and
bulldozer trenching in 1967 and entered a joint venture in November with Central Del-Rio OL
and transferred the claims to a new company, United Pemetex L. After drilling 11 holes (800.4
m) and conducting an IP survey, Central Del-Rio dropped its interest in Nov/68. Silver City
drilled one hole (77.4 m) in Nov/68, drilled 44 holes (3 504.9 m) in 1969; drove a 342.6 m adit in
early 1970 (2 900 Level); drilled 29 holes (1 219.2 m) underground in 1972; and drifted 124 m in
1973 and 194 m in 1974 in a new adit (2 800 Level) collared 30 m lower and 120 m south of the
original adit. Silver City changed its name to Galaxy City ML in 1977 and to Moly Mite M Inc
in 1981.
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    Fringe staking in 1967-68 includes Nem cl (Y21332) in Nov/67 by Northern Empire ML; Ore
cl (Y31118) in Apr/69 by Ronex ML, which conducted EM 16 and mag surveys; Ram and Sam cl
(Y33903) in Apr/69 by Silgold EL; unidentified claims by Fan Tan ML; and AG cl (YA61479)
tied on to the east in Jul/81 by R. Ellwood.
   Restaked as Hen and Doug cl (YA78996) by H. Regehr, who performed minor trenching in
1984, 1985 and 1987.
GEOLOGY
Veinlets, seams and patches of hypogene chalcocite (digenite and possibly djurleite), native
copper and bornite, with calcite and lesser amounts of chalcopyrite, pyrite, covellite, cuprite and
native silver, occur in amygdaloidal flows of the Upper Triassic Nikolai Greenstone. This unit is
a complex mixture of basaltic textures, including porphyritic, amygdaloidal, gabbroic and
'greenstone'. The stratigraphy is poorly understood due to extensive overburden, frequent
faulting, and lack of continuity.
    Mineralization is erratically distributed in three forms - in amygdaloidal sections thought to be
flow tops, disseminated in greenstone, and in veinlets cutting all rock types. Gangue and
alteration minerals include specularite, epidote, prehnite, pumpellyite, analcime, chlorite, calcite
and apophyllite. A metamorphic mineralizing event no older than 120 my is suggested for the
origin of this deposit.
   Mineralization is erratic and discontinuous and no reserves have been calculated. The best
assays obtained are 2.14% Cu over 20.7 m in hole 12 and 3.53% Cu and 6.9 g/t Ag across a width
of 9.1 m in a trench. An intersection of 10.0% Cu over a 3 m length was reported from one of the
1972 holes, mainly in the form of native copper. The 2 800 level adit was only muck sampled,
but this indicated a 12 m section averaging 12.7% Cu followed by 18 to 21 m of low grade and 24
m of better grade, including 10.6 m of 3.1% Cu. Disseminated mineralization grades up to 0.15%
Cu across thicknesses of 6 to 9 m.
   Prof. Irving observed three flat slabs of native copper in the face of a 7.6 m cliff, all lying in
the joint planes. A fourth slab, which had been removed from the adit and was leaning against a
tree, is the one which is now in Whitehorse. Exploration is severely restricted by thick patches of
frozen till and an extensive blanket of frozen, coarse volcanic ash up to 15 cm deep.
REFERENCES
CANADIAN MINING JOURNAL, Apr/55, p. 90.

CANYON CITY EXPLORATION LTD, Jun/67. Prospectus Report #060886 by R.J. Cathro.

CANYON CITY EXPLORATION LTD, Mar/68. Prospectus Report by R.J. Cathro.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 68-68, p. 68-70.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 50, p. 139-141.

IRVING, J.D., Dec/07. Unpublished report on Alaskan copper occurrences, on file at Alaska
Division of Mines & Minerals, Fairbanks, p. 42-51.
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MACLEAN, T.A., 1914. Lode Mining in Yukon. Mines Branch Publication 222 by T.A.
MacLean, p. 204.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1969 and 1970, p 98-100; 1974, p. 133-139.

MINING AND SCIENTIFIC PRESS, 7 Oct/1911, p. 468.

RONEX MINES LTD, May/69. Assessment Report #060191 by R.E. Renshaw.

SILVER CITY MINES LTD, Oct/74. Assessment Report #091323 by W.V. Smitheringale.

SINCLAIR, A.J., BENTZEN, A., AND MCLEOD, J.A.,1979. Geology of the White River
native copper deposit. DIAND Open File Report.

TOWNSEND, H., Mar/45. Peculiar Prospects. Western Miner, p. 35-36.

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY Bulletin 417, p. 53.

YUKON MINING INDUSTRY 1941-59, p. 86-94.
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 060                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: SHARE                                LATITUDE: 61º 45' 13'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                   LONGITUDE: 140º 45' 18'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: VOLCANOGENIC MASSIVE SULPHIDE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Fringe staked in Dec/67 around the White River deposit as Nack cl (Y21508) by Gaylord ML,
New Privateer ML and Quatsino Copper-Gold ML, and as Doug cl (Y21611) by Jersey Cons. ML
and Moly-Win ML. During an IP survey in 1968, an anomaly was found on open ground
between the two groups, which was staked as Share cl (Y29637) in October by the Share
Syndicate, in which the above five companies held equal shares. The syndicate drilled 5 holes
(533.4 m) in April-May/69.
GEOLOGY
The holes were drilled on the Share 5 and Nack 30 claims to test coincident magnetic and IP
anomalies in an area of extensive overburden. All cut weakly sheared volcanic rocks of the
Permo-Pennsylvanian Station Creek Formation containing up to 15% disseminated magnetite
with minor pyrite and pyrrhotite. Traces of chalcopyrite were observed in all holes with the best
assay being 0.15% copper from 39.0 to 39.3 m in Hole S3.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

MOLY-WIN MINES LTD, Dec/68. Assessment Report by J. Lloyd.

SHARE SYNDICATE, Nov/68. B.C. Securities Commission Open File Report by Eagle
Geophysics Ltd.

SHARE SYNDICATE, Jul/69. Assessment Report by P.E. Walcott.
                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 061                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\10
NAME: KLETSAN                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 34' 12'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 140º 56' 37'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU+/-AG QUARTZ VEINS

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Native copper from the Upper White River region had been used for trade, weapons and tools by
the Indian tribes for centuries before the area was first visited by the USGS in 1891. Kletsan
Creek appears to have been the placer locality best known to the natives. The showings were
well known at the time of the gold rush but the only early investigation appears to be an attempt
in 1902 by James Lindsey to test the placer copper possibilities.
   The first staking was done in Dec/67: the K-Cu cl (Y21564) were staked by White River ML,
which conducted prospecting, mapping, stream sediment sampling and EM surveys in 1968, and
an IP survey in 1969.
GEOLOGY
Placer native copper was first found in old stream benches above a canyon and consisted mostly
of nuggets and lumps under a 454 grams in weight, although some pieces up to 4.5 kg were
found. The source appears to be irregular, widely-spaced joints and calcite veins which
occasionally carry native copper. The veins cut Upper Triassic volcanic and and sedimentary
rocks, including the Nikolai Greenstone.
   A major northwest-striking fault crosses the property. Angular, rough nuggets were found by
White River ML near the projection of the fault, on an easterly slope overlooking Natazhat
Glacier. Exploration is hampered by a thick cover of glacial debris and volcanic ash. The
geochemical and EM surveys were unsuccessful but the IP survey outlined weak anomalies.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 50, p. 133-139.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 49.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 69-55, p. 42.
HAYES, C.W., 1992. An Expedition Through the Yukon District. National Geographic
Magazine, Vol. 4, p. 117-162.

OGILVIE, WILLIAM, 10 Jun/1896 - 6 Nov/1896. Correspondence from William Ogilvie to
Department of Interior, Ottawa. In: Information Respecting the Yukon District, Department of
the Interior 1897, p. 54-58.

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, 1900. 21st Annual Report, Part 2, p. 382.

UNITED STATES GEOLOGICAL SURVEY, Bulletin 417, p. 51-57.

WHITE RIVER MINES LTD, Sep/69. Assessment Report #019075 by H. Wober.

WHITE RIVER MINES LTD, Sep/69. Assessment report #060189 by A.R. Dobbs and J.B.
Prendergast.
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 062                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\12
NAME: DONJEK                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 43' 56'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                               LONGITUDE: 139º 44' 10'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
The Lonth cl (66298) were staked 1.6 km to the west in Aug/53 by Canalask Nickel ML, a new
company formed by Ontario Nickel ML and Frobisher L, following an aeromagnetic survey
conducted by Hans Lunberg. Frobisher's interest was later transferred to Quebec Metallurgical
Industries L.
  The Don cl (Y35299) were staked 1.6 km to the east in Jun/67 by R. Hillman and R.
Campbell.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover two small, adjacent aeromagnetic anomalies, a linear 100 gamma anomaly
covered by the Lonth group, and a circular, 500 gamma anomaly covered by the Don group. Host
rocks are metasedimentary schist and gneiss near the contact of the Ruby Range Batholith.
REFERENCES
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 063                                                NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\12
NAME: ELEVEN-THIRTY                                              LATITUDE: 61º 40' 46'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                  LONGITUDE: 139º 39' 29'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: W SKARN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: TUNGSTEN
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Noted by the GSC but apparently never staked or investigated.
GEOLOGY
According to Bostock, scheelite occurs in this area at localities where marble layers in Nisling
Terrane schist are in contact with granitic rocks, and have been altered to diopside-epidote skarn.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 267, p. 40.
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 064                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\11
NAME: KENNEDY                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 40' 3'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                 LONGITUDE: 139º 29' 50'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: W SKARN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: TUNGSTEN
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Noted by the GSC but apparently never staked or investigated.
GEOLOGY
According to Bostock, scheelite occurs in this area where marble layers in Nisling Terrane schist
have been altered to diopside-epidote skarn where they are in contact with granitic rocks.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 267, p. 40.
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MINFILE: 115G 065                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\11
NAME: TINCUP                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 41' 31'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                       LONGITUDE: 139º 20' 40'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: ULTRAMAFIC-HOSTED ASBESTOS

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: ASBESTOS
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Kluane cl (66874) in Sep/53 by A. Rosen and J. Hundere for Northwestern EL
(Kennco), which performed limited hand trenching, mapping and magnetic surveys. Restaked as
Cam cl (Y25781) in Aug/68 by T. Sadlier-Brown and E.O. Chisholm, who optioned the property
in Feb/69 to Arrow Inter-America Corp L. Arrow conducted mapping, EM and magnetometer
surveys and grid soil sampling during the year before dropping the option. Optioned briefly in
1972 to Scurry-Rainbow OL, which added the Ruby cl (Y67124) in Sept but did no work.
   Optioned in Sep/72 by Asarco, which conducted a magnetic survey and added the Tin cl
(Y67806) later in the year and drilled 4 holes (305.1 m) in 1973 before dropping the option.
Sadlier-Brown and Chisholm hand trenched in 1976, optioned the property in 1979 to St Elias E
Corp (Channel Gold Res L), and hand trenched in 1980.
GEOLOGY
Fibre is developed in a small (4540 by 1520 m) layered sill of pyroxenite, peridotite and gabbro
which has intruded metasedimentary rocks of the Nisling Terrane. The only exposure of fibre is
in a creek bed near the north contact of the ultramafic body. Grade is about 1%, with 85%
between 1.5 and 3 mm and 15% over 3 mm. Quality appears good.
    Most of the intrusion is overburden covered and several magnetic anomalies were outlined in
this area.
REFERENCES
ARROW INTER-AMERICA CORP., Nov/69. Assessment Report by D.R. Kasian.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 22, 115.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT, 1969 and 1970, p. 104; 1973, p. 67-68
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MINFILE: 115G 066                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\11
NAME: NUNTAEA                                                LATITUDE: 61º 40' 41'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                              LONGITUDE: 139º 12' 56'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: ULTRAMAFIC-HOSTED ASBESTOS

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Joy cl (Y60400) in Mar/71 by Charta ML, which mapped the claims later in the year.
GEOLOGY
Claims cover a dunite body intruded into Nisling Terrane metasedimentary rocks. It has a 50
gamma aeromagnetic expression. The dunite is described as a coarse-grained, dark bluish rock
with patches of serpentine.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115G 067                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\11
NAME: DOGPACK                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 41' 35'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                               LONGITUDE: 139º 9' 13'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Dog cl (Y63534) by Occidental Mls Corp L in Oct/71 following a reconnaissance
geochemical program.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by Nisling Terrane metamorphic rocks containing limestone bands. No
intrusions are shown on GSC maps, although large stocks occur 5 to 8 km away in all directions.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115G 068                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\10
NAME: BROOKS                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 34' 13'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 138º 47' 30'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: MO SKARN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: MOLYBDENUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Reported by the GSC but apparently never investigated or staked.
GEOLOGY
The GSC reported that 'small quantities of molybdenite have been reported from the head of
Mineral Creek', where large roof pendants of metasedimentary rocks, including marble bands,
occur within the Ruby Range Batholith.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 112.
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MINFILE: 115G 069                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\10
NAME: TALBOT                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 31' 32'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                              LONGITUDE: 138º 32' 52'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Punk cl (Y52036) in May/70 by W. Hinnek and restaked as Rob cl (Y60781) by R.G.
Hilker, who explored by hand trenching. Restaked by J. Carson as Roc cl (Y78085) in Jan/74; as
Venus cl (Y93385) in Apr/75 with O. Milliard; and as Thunder cl (YA48864) in May/80.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by a contact between a roof pendant of metasedimentary rocks with limy
horizons and the Ruby Range Batholith. Minor amounts of pyrite and chalcopyrite reportedly
occur in the intrusive rocks.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115G 070                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\8
NAME: RAFT                                 LATITUDE: 61º 29' 17'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                   LONGITUDE: 138º 10' 13'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING RANGE INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S): ALASKITE CREEK
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: MOLYBDENUM, COPPER, TUNGSTEN
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
The Golden, etc claims were staked in this vicinity in Aug/47 by R. McConnel, et al. This
showing was staked as Molly cl (60461) in Aug/51 by J. Meloy, who did some hand trenching in
1952.
   Restaked in Jun/60 by J. McConnery, et al as Big Sam, etc cl (75088) and again in Sep/62 by
L. Nault as Pag and Bird cl (77990). Nault also staked the Bear cl (85468) in Sep/63 about 2.4
km to the west. These were optioned in Sep/68 by Topazios Mg and EL.
   The area was completely fringe staked in Jun/70 by Charta ML as A,B, Ed, etc cl (Y52235).
These claims were optioned until Feb/72 by Phelps Dodge, which conducted mapping and
geochem surveys and drilled 1 hole (152 m) in 1971. R.G. Hilker added the Roxy cl (Y77222) in
Sep/73 and trenched in 1974-76.
   The Bear claims were transferred in 1975 to Larson Copper Corp L, which restaked the Charta
group as Bear & Lar cl (YA48462) in Feb/80. R.G. Hilker restaked the Roxy group as Toot cl
(YA48235) in Sep/79 and hand trenched in 1980. The Toot cl were transferred in Jul/82 to G.
Issac.
GEOLOGY
Meloy's claims covered two showings. The main showing consists of a 30 m wide silicified shear
zone which cuts alaskite and contains pyrite, wolframite, molybdenite, chalcopyrite and fluorite
in quartz veinlets. The chalcopyrite and wolframite are finely disseminated whereas the
molybdenite occurs as coarse rosettes.
    About 1.6 km to the south, lensoid quartz veins up to 0.9 m wide contain large, bladed crystals
of wolframite. The Bear claims probably cover an extension of the shear zone. Phelps Dodge
drilled a molybdenite-rich zone in a quartz vein stockwork which cuts leucogranite near a quartz
monzonite body.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 112.
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MINFILE: 115G 071                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\8
NAME: ROCKSLIDE                            LATITUDE: 61º 27' 28'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                   LONGITUDE: 138º 8' 8'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING RANGE INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, MOLYBDENUM, TUNGSTEN
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Northern cl (60487) in Aug/51 by M. de Mers, who did some hand trenching in 1952.
Restaked as A, B, etc cl (Y52235) in Jun/70 by Charta ML. These claims were optioned until
Feb/72 by Phelps Dodge, which conducted mapping and geochem surveys and drilled one hole
(abandoned at 66.8 m) in 1970 and 2 holes (305.7 m) in 1971.
   R.G. Hilker added the Roxy cl (Y75843) in Jul/73, performed hand trenching in 1976,
restaked as Toot cl (YA48227) in Sep/79 and hand trenched in 1980. J.W. Kerr staked JUBA cl
(YA74479) 1.6 km to the west in Dec/81.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by quartz monzonite which is cut by zones of quartz porphyry. A
fluorite occurrence was noted by the GSC about 2.4 km to the west and patchy fluorite is
common in the area. The holes were drilled to test an area geochemically anomalous in copper,
molybdenum and tungsten on the fringe of a strong gossan.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 112-113.
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MINFILE: 115G 072                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\8
NAME: NORTH STAR                           LATITUDE: 61º 29' 5'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                            LONGITUDE: 138º 6' 15'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING RANGE INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY MO (LOW F-TYPE)

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as North Star cl (66240) in Jul/53 by M. de Mers. Restaked as Sharyn cl (Y58756) and
Sue cl (Y58883) by Conwest in Sep/70 on copper-molybdenum silt anomalies.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by Nisling Range alaskite. No mineralization was found by Conwest and
the old claims were not seen.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115G 073                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\9
NAME: BED                                  LATITUDE: 61º 30' 13'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                            LONGITUDE: 138º 1' 12'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING RANGE INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY MO (LOW F-TYPE)

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Bed cl (Y58045) in Aug/70, 1.6 km to the north, by Conwest following a
reconnaissance geochemical program, and as Ann cl (Y58915) in Sep/70 by Charta ML to the
south.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by Nisling Range alaskite, and were staked on erratic silt anomalies. No
mineralization was found.
REFERENCES
                                                              MINFILE: 115G 074
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MINFILE: 115G 074                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\9
NAME: ALASKITE                             LATITUDE: 61º 32' 45'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                            LONGITUDE: 138º 11' 2'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING RANGE INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY MO (LOW F-TYPE)

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: MOLYBDENUM, COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Meloy cl (69091) in Aug/54 by J. Meloy. Conwest staked Anna cl (Y58689) about 1.6
km to the southeast in Sep/70 and performed limited mapping and geochem sampling. N.
Blanchard, etc staked Hank cl (YA48514) on the southwest side in Mar/80.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover small gossans near the contact between the Ruby Range Batholith and Nisling
Range alaskite. Weak copper and molybdenum response was obtained by Conwest but no
mineralization was found.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115G 075                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\9
NAME: TYRRELL                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 39' 51'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                                LONGITUDE: 138º 1' 44'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: UNKNOWN
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Vic cl (Y53568) in Jul/70 by Conwest following a reconnaissance geochemical
program. Only preliminary prospecting and soil sampling was done.
GEOLOGY
Claims cover silt anomalies in an area underlain by metasedimentary rocks near the contact of a
stock of Nisling Range alaskite. No mineralization was found.
REFERENCES
                                                                 MINFILE: 115G 076
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MINFILE: 115G 076                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\9
NAME: DWARF                                LATITUDE: 61º 40' 23'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                            LONGITUDE: 138º 21' 4'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING RANGE INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY MO (LOW F-TYPE)

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, MOLYBDENUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered by Atlas EL in 1970 during a reconnaissance geochemical program. First staked as
Blue L cl (Y60676) in May/71 by G. Pearse and B. Metzger. In October, Canadian Occidental
Pet. L staked 212 Bir cl (Y63106) immediately to the south following regional reconnaissance.
The Bir and Blue L claims were explored by grid soil sampling and geological mapping in l972
and the Rib cl (Y67471) were added to the south in Nov/72 by Can. Occidental, and explored by
grid soil sampling in 1973.
GEOLOGY
The Blue L claims cover an intrusive complex related to the Nisling Range alaskite. Rock types
present include granodiorite, alaskite, quartz porphyry and two breccia pipes (about 3.2 km
apart). These intrude Nisling Terrane metasedimentary rocks.
   In the vicinity of the southern pipe, molybdenite occurs on dry fractures in quartz porphyry
and chalcopyrite and pyrrhotite were found in schist nearby. The pipe cuts quartz porphyry and
consists of fragments of felsite and porphyry in vuggy quartz.
   Occidental reported minor molybdenite in quartz veins cutting a weakly altered granitic stock.
REFERENCES
CANADIAN OCCIDENTAL PETROLEUM LTD, 1972. Assessment Report #062034 by
W.D.B. Winfield and C.F. Gleeson.

CANADIAN OCCIDENTAL PETROLEUM LTD, 1973. Assessment Report #060105 by N.
Saracoglu.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1971 and 1972, p. 84-85.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1973, p. 70-71.

PEARSE, G.H.K., Jul/71. Engineer's Report by G.H.K. Pearse.
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MINFILE: 115G 077                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\16
NAME: BIRCH                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 49' 36'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 138º 10' 17'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU SKARN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, MOLYBDENUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Tyr cl (Y63849) in Oct/71 by Can Occidental Pet L, which conducted soil sampling
and mapping in 1972 and added more Tyr cl (Y67091) to the north in Aug/72.
GEOLOGY
Minor zones of chalcopyrite and molybdenite occur in a skarn-hornfels zone about 300 m across
that has developed in metasedimentary rocks near the contact of felsic volcanic flows, tuff and
breccia.
REFERENCES
MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1971-72, p. 83.
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MINFILE: 115G 078                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\16
NAME: BRUMMER                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 49' 30'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                 LONGITUDE: 138º 25' 28'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: ZINC, COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Rye cl (Y63018) in Oct/71 by Canadian Occidental Pet. L, which conducted grid soil
sampling and mapping in 1972 and added the YER cl (167576) in Nov/72.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by metasedimentary rocks in contact with felsic volcanic flows, tuff and
breccia that rim an alaskite stock. A small showing on the east side of the Rye claims contains
massive sphalerite, pyrrhotite and pyrite, and disseminated pyrite, pyrrhotite, sphalerite and
chalcopyrite occur in the rhyolite host rocks. Soil sampling located strong coincident values in
copper, zinc and molybdenum which extended off the Rye claims.
REFERENCES
MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1971 and 1972, p. 85-86.
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MINFILE: 115G 079                          NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\15
NAME: RHYOLITE                             LATITUDE: 61º 50' 51'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                   LONGITUDE: 138º 30' 27'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING RANGE INTRUSIONS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, MOLYBDENUM
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as 217 Max cl (Y52929) in Jun/70 by Atlas EL, which performed mapping, grid soil
sampling, hand trenching, and a mag survey later in the year. The claims were optioned in early
1971 by Imperial OL, which conducted an IP survey and drilled 4 holes (457.5 m) later in the
year. The ownership of the Max claims was shown in 1972 as Dynasty-48%, Atlas-32%, and
Imperial Oil-20%.
   In Oct/71, Occidental Mls Corp L staked 113 Oni cl (Y63026) adjoining the Max group on the
west and explored them by grid soil sampling and geological mapping in 1972. In 1975, Atlas
changed its name to Cima Res L and transferred its interest.
GEOLOGY
Claims cover the contact of a small batholith of Nisling Range alaskite, which cuts quartzite,
gneiss and marble. Three phases of the intrusion are present: quartz monzonite, porphyritic
alaskite with felsite dykes, and mafic dykes.
   Molybdenum occurs in quartz veins and as minor disseminations in the westernmost of two
quartz monzonite plugs, and as rosettes in quartz veins cutting quartzite. Chalcopyrite occurs
with pyrite and pyrrhotite in breccia pockets in quartzite and in felsite dykes, and with
molybdenite in quartz monzonite. Grab samples of quartz monzonite assayed 0.03% Cu and
009% Mo and metasedimentary rocks assayed 0.31% Cu and 0.003% Mo.
REFERENCES
MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1969-70, p. 106-107.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1971-72, p. 83, 87-88.
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MINFILE: 115G 080                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: NICK                                                     LATITUDE: 61º 16' 33'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 139º 53' 48'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered by Joe Lindsay and staked in Sep/59 as Steele cl (74425).
GEOLOGY
Sulphides were found in peridotite at the toe of a small glacier. The best grab sample assayed
0.25% Ni.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.
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MINFILE: 115G 081                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\2
NAME: EASTER                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 0' 36'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                               LONGITUDE: 138º 32' 43'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Easter cl (64859) Apr/53 by W.G. Hamilton and associates. The Grim cl (68737) were
staked 3.2 km to the southeast in May/54 by L.G. Grimble. Both groups were explored by hand
trenching shortly after staking.
GEOLOGY
Claims cover an area of undifferentiated Upper Triassic to Cretaceous sedimentary rocks,
intruded by Cretaceous diorite.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115G 082                                       NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\1
NAME: ALTE                                              LATITUDE: 61º 13' 18'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                         LONGITUDE: 138º 4' 37'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked by D. Lalonde in Jul/73 as JESSIE cl (Y76047).
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by Nisling Terrane schist.
REFERENCES
                                                              MINFILE: 115G 083
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MINFILE: 115G 083                                           NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\1
NAME: CULTUS                                                LATITUDE: 61º 9' 34'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                             LONGITUDE: 138º 15' 49'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as B and S cl (Y79288) in Jun/74 by T. Churchill.
GEOLOGY
Claims are underlain by metasedimentary rocks of the Nisling Terrane and may have been staked
because of nearby placer activity.
REFERENCES
                                                                  MINFILE: 115G 084
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MINFILE: 115G 084                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\2
NAME: BOCK                                                      LATITUDE: 61º 13' 46'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                 LONGITUDE: 138º 53' 30'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: PLATINUM, PALLADIUM, COPPER, NICKEL
MINOR COMMODITIES: COBALT, GYPSUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ANN, ASHLEY, BOCK, I, KLU, ROSE
WORK HISTORY
Gypsum was reported from three localities by the GSC in 1967. The southernmost occurrence
was staked as Bock cl 1-4 and 9-12 (YA78651) in Oct/83 by AGIP Canada Ltd.
    Restaked as part of I cl 1-56 (YA95789) in Aug/86 by Polestar Exploration Inc, which carried
out geological mapping and geochemical sampling in 1987, EM, magnetic and soil geochemical
surveying in 1988, and optioned a 50% interest in the property to Hunter Gold Inc in Jan/89.
R.H.W. Temple staked the Rose 1-4 (YB37991), Ann 1-4 (YB37995) and Ashley 1-8 (YB37999)
cl in Jun/93.
   In Oct/94 Inco Ltd staked a block of 508 Klu claims on map sheet 115G 02. The staking was
not carried out in a consecutively numbered basis but the lowest claim number was Klu 1013
(YB54767). The claim block covered Minfile Occurrences #115G 003, 084, 098 and 099. Inco
staked a second block of 18 Klu claims (lowest number Klu 1416 (YB58156)) north of Congdon
Creek in Aug/95.
   In the summer of 1995, Inco carried out geological mapping, lithogeochemical sampling, silt
sampling, heavy mineral sampling and soil sampling on the Klu claim block. In 1996 Inco
carried out an airborne EM and magnetometer survey over the entire claim block. In 1997 Inco
carried out geological mapping, prospecting and ground geophysical surveying to follow up
geophysical conductors identified in 1996.
  In Apr/2000, Santoy Resources Ltd optioned the property from Inco and carried out geological
mapping, chip sampling, prospecting, silt and soil sampling later in the year.
GEOLOGY
The occurrence is located in the eastern part of Wrangellia, an accreted terrane extending 2 340
km from Alaska to southern B.C.. In the area of the occurrence the Wrangellia is bounded to the
northeast by the Denali Fault System and to the southwest by the Duke River Fault. The oldest
Wrangellian rocks in the region are the Pennsylvanian to Lower Permian Skolai Group. The
Station Creek Formation occurs at the base of the Skolai Group and consists of tuffs, pyritic black
tuffs, mafic volcanics and argillite. These rocks are overlain by the Hasen Creek formation which
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consists of tuffs, mafic volcanics, argillite and limestone. The Skolai Group is stratigraphically
overlain by Pennsylvanian to Triassic mafic meta-volcanics, Upper Triassic Nikolai basalt and
Upper Triassic McCarthy Formation Limestone and phyllite. Tertiary volcanics and sediments
unconformably overlie the sequence. Quaternary surficial deposits locally cover Paleozoic,
Mesozoic and Cretaceous strata.
   Two major suites of intrusive rocks are present in the belt. The oldest is Late Triassic and
includes ultramafic sills, marginal gabbro, and the Maple Creek Gabbro. The sills are estimated
to be up to 18 km long and 600 m thick. This suite is thought to be cogenetic with the Nikolai
flood basalt. The Cretaceous Kluane Range Intrusions are dioritic to granodioritic in composition
and occur throughout northern Wrangellia. Minor Tertiary sills dykes and stocks of felsic to
intermediate composition are also present.
   The claims cover an area of complex geology and thrust faulting in which late Triassic
peridotite and gabbro dykes intrude steeply dipping sedimentary rocks of the Permian Hasen
Creek Formation.
    Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization in the region is associated with basal marginal gabbro phase of the
Spy Sill. Sulphide mineralization at the Spy Showing (Minfile Occurrence #115G 003) occurs in
siltstone in the footwall of the sill, marginal gabbro and feldspathic peridotite.
   The original Bock occurrence consists of gypsum within Upper Triassic McCarthy Formation
limestone. The 1986 claims were staked on small Triassic ultramafic sills that intrude Upper
Triassic Nikolai basalt. The ultramafic rocks contain pyrite, pyrrhotite and minor chalcopyrite.
Four gold and four platinum-palladium anomalies were outlined with values up to 920 ppb Au,
158 ppb Pt and 277 ppb Pd.
   Inco found intermittent sulphide showings over a strike of 3.6 km along the base of the 6 km
long Spy Sill. These sulphide showings have highly anomalous PGE grades along with
significant Ni and Cu. The number and size of peridotite intrusions occurring on the claim block
and in the belt suggest they are part of a very large magmatic system. No significant Ni-Cu-PGE
showings have been found at intrusions other than the Spy Sill. Grab samples collected by Inco
from the gabbro-siltstone contact assayed up to 3.1% Ni, 2.8% Cu, 0.2% Co, 3.1 g/t Pt, 1.4 g/t Pd
and 1.0 g/t Au.
    Silt samples from streams draining the Klu claims returned anomalous values (up to 673 ppm
Ni) and appear to outline areas with peridotite intrusions. An heavy mineral sample collected 400
m downstream from the intersection of the Spy Sill and the south branch of Nines Creek returned
700 ppm Pt and > 10 000 Au. The high Au value may not necessarily be related to sulphide
mineralization. A small soil sample grid over the peridotite section of the Duke Intrusion located
in the northwest corner of the claim block outlined the approximate projection of the peridotite-
sediment contact, but no anomalies suggestive of Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization were found.
   Due to the severe terrain over much of the claim block Inco used 100 m spacing between flight
lines. The geophysical survey outlined 3 coincident EM and magnetic conductors on the claim
block. In 1997 Inco carried out, follow up ground magnetic and EM geophysical surveys on the
three conductors. Two of the conductors were found to relate to black calcareous shale
exposures. The third anomaly was interpreted to represent conductive overburden.
    The bulk of Santoy’s exploration work was focused on exploring and evaluating the nickel,
copper and platinum group element mineralization know to exist at the basal contact of the Spy
Sill and underlying footwall Hansen Creek siltstone, (Minfile Occurrence #115G 003). One day
was spent mapping and prospecting in the southern area of the Bocks Brook Intrusion at the
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headwaters of Nine’s creek (approx. 4 km to the southwest). Nothing of economic interest was
found and the area was designated as a low-priority target.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 115.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER 12 Jan/89.

INCO LIMITED, Jan/96. Assessment Report #093371 by C. Bell.

INCO LIMITED, Nov/96. Assessment Report #093560 by P. McGowan.

INCO LIMITED, Dec/97. Assessment Report #093726 by K. Hattie.

SANTOY RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2001. Assessment Report #094164 by L.A. Tulk.

SANTOY RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2002. Web Site: www.bmts.bc.ca/san.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 247.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY 1996, p. 23, 30; 1997, p. 24, 36.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1988, p. 32.
                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 085                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: MAPLE                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 25' 6'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 139º 33' 55'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: BEDDED GYPSUM

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: GYPSUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Gypsum was reported from this location by the GSC in 1967. An area 3 km to the west was
staked as Mac & Colt cl (YA97427) in Jun/87 by R. Empey, and fringe staked to the north with
Don cl (YB8574) in Oct/87 by R. Quesnel. In Jun/88, the Don claims were transferred to Avanti
Mls L and then Gold City Res Inc, which prospected and sampled later that year.
GEOLOGY
Gypsum occurs along a thrust faulted contact between a Cretaceous diorite intrusion and Upper
Triassic Nikolai Greenstone.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 115.
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MINFILE: 115G 086                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: GYPSUM                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 18' 0'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                              LONGITUDE: 139º 27' 43'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: BEDDED GYPSUM

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: GYPSUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Gypsum was reported from this location by the GSC in 1967.
GEOLOGY
Gypsum occurs within Upper Triassic Nizina limestone.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 115.
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MINFILE: 115F 087                                                 NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\15
NAME: CANYON MOUNTAIN                                             LATITUDE: 61º 47' 59'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                   LONGITUDE: 140º 53' 45'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: TERTIARY VOLCANICS
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: GOLD
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Can cl (YA75333) in Nov/82 by Homestake Ml Dev C, which performed mapping and
geochem sampling in 1983.
GEOLOGY
Anomalous gold and base metal values are present in streams draining felsic to intermediate tuff
of the Miocene to Pliocene Wrangell Volcanics. These are cut by diorite and feldspar porphyry
and overlain by andesite and sedimentary rocks.
    Two fault sets striking north and northwest are believed to control an elliptical area of weakly
propylitic to strongly sericitic alteration, silicification and pyritization measuring 2 100 by 750 m.
Chalcopyrite, the only economic mineral seen, occurs in quartz veins, stockworks and altered
intrusive rock. The highest gold value from a rock sample was 240 ppb.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1983, p. 246-247.
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MINFILE: 115G 088                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\12
NAME: LYNX CREEK                                               LATITUDE: 61º 34' 23'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                LONGITUDE: 139º 55' 42'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WOLV
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Lynx cl (YA78595) in Oct/83 by AGIP Can L. Archer Cathro & Associates (1981)
staked the Wolv cl 1-24 (YB46972) 3 km to the south in July/94.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by propylitic mafic volcanic and pyroclastic rocks of the Permo-
Pennsylvanian Station Creek Formation.
REFERENCES
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                                     WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 089                           NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: FRIEBERGS                             LATITUDE: 61º 24' 30'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                             LONGITUDE: 139º 53' 46'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: TERTIARY VOLCANICS
DEPOSIT TYPE: KUROKO MASSIVE SULPHIDE CU-PB-ZN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as MAR cl (YA78101) in Aug/83 by G. Friebergs. AGIP Can L staked North C cl
(YA78642) in Oct/83 and Noranda tied on CEM cl (YA81032) in Dec/83. In 1984, Noranda
optioned the MAR group and performed mapping and a geochem survey on the CEM group.
GEOLOGY
Felsic sills and dykes of the Miocene to Pliocene Wrangell Intrusions cut Oligocene
Amphitheatre Formation conglomerate, grit and sandstone, which unconformably overlie
Pennsylvanian-Permian Station Creek greenstone.
   On the Mar claims, the Amphitheatre Formation is bleached and kaolinized adjacent to a fault
and silicified at the margin of the sill. Pyrite occurs in brecciated felsite and as matrix filling and
rare disseminations in silicified conglomerate, but samples of this material returned low gold and
base metal values.
   On the CEM claims, a small showing of chalcopyrite in a siliceous rhyolite breccia assayed
0.527% Cu and in one creek a panned silt sample returned 4 300 ppb Au.
REFERENCES
NORANDA EXPLORATION CO. LTD, Oct/84. Assessment Report #091958 by M. Savell.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1984, p. 177.
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 090                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: ROBERTSON                                               LATITUDE: 61º 23' 40'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                               LONGITUDE: 139º 48' 3'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as East C cl (YA78611) in Oct/83 by AGIP Can L.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover a thrust fault zone that separates Permo-Pennsylvanian volcanic rocks from
Lower Tertiary Amphitheatre Formation sedimentary rocks.
REFERENCES
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 091                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: ELIAS                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 21' 53'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                               LONGITUDE: 139º 53' 1'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: TERTIARY VOLCANICS
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as South C cl (YA78559) in Oct/83 by AGIP Can L.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by Tertiary St Clare Group volcanic flows and pyroclastic rocks
intruded by felsic dykes.
REFERENCES
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                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 092                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\5
NAME: BICZOK                                                    LATITUDE: 61º 20' 41'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                                 LONGITUDE: 139º 35' 12'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: PALEOPLACER

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Wade cl (YA85959) in Oct/84 by Noranda, which performed detailed sampling in
1985.
GEOLOGY
The claims were staked on gold silt anomalies draining a sequence of Permo-Pennsylvanian
Station Creek Formation volcanic flows and pyroclastic rocks, and Upper Triassic Nikolai
Greenstone and Chitistone Limestone and Lower Tertiary Amphitheatre Formation non-marine
sedimentary rocks, along the north side of the Wade Mountain Fault. The 1985 work gave
disappointing results and it was hypothesized that the source of the gold is a paleoplacer in the
Amphitheatre Formation.
REFERENCES
YUKON EXPLORATION 1985-86, pp.314-315
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 093                            NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: WEBSTER                                LATITUDE: 61º 55' 30'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                              LONGITUDE: 140º 17' 25'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC VEINS AG-PB-ZN+/-AU

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES: ZINC, COPPER, GOLD, LEAD, SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES: ARSENIC


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
PICK
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Pick cl (YA92096) in Jun/85 by M. Webster, who mapped and prospected in 1986, then
optioned the property to Noranda ECL which mapped and prospected in 1987.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by quartz-biotite schist, quartz-feldspar-biotite gneiss and amphibolite.
Anomalous gold, silver, zinc and arsenic were obtained from a silicified shear zone but follow up
work was disappointing.
REFERENCES
YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1988, p. 316-317.
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 094                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: LINDA                                                     LATITUDE: 61º 27' 17'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                        LONGITUDE: 139º 26' 41'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: ALASKAN-TYPE PT+/-OS+/-RH+/-IR

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: PALLADIUM, NICKEL, COPPER, PLATINUM
MINOR COMMODITIES: RUTHENIUM, RHODIUM, OSMIUM, IRIDIUM, GOLD,
COBALT
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
JEEP, KLU, LINDA
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Jeep cl 233-252 (64827) in Sep/52 by Yukon Mining Company Ltd and optioned to
Hudson Bay Mining & Smelting Ltd, which carried out prospecting and mapping through a new
company, Hudson-Yukon Mines Ltd. Restaked as Linda cl 1-10 (93010) in Oct/65 by P. and H.
Versluce, who prospected and sampled in 1966 and formed a new company, Quill Creek Copper
Mines Ltd, to develope the property. Quill Creek optioned the property to Newmont, which
performed mapping and sampling in 1967-68. Optioned in 1972 by the Nickel Syndicate
(Canadian Superior Exploration Ltd, Aquitaine, Home Oil Ltd and Getty Mines Ltd), which
carried out geological mapping and sampling later in the year.
   Restaked as Klu cl 1-71 (YA94404) between Apr/86 and Sep/87 by Kluane Joint Venture
(All-North Resources Ltd and Chevron Minerals Ltd), which carried out limited soil sampling
and prospecting later in the year. The property was optioned by Rockridge Mining Corp and
2001 Resource Industries Ltd, (Linda Joint Venture), which carried out geological mapping,
geochemical sampling, bulldozer trenching, road construction and magnetic and EM surveying in
1987 and 1988 and drilled 3 holes (246 m) in 1988.
   A. McBride tied on Dial cl (YA98078) to the south in Jul/88 and performed sampling later in
the year and in 1989.
   In 1997 Northern Platinum Ltd optioned the Klu claims (known as the Linda property), as a
part of a larger option agreement covering the neighboring Wellgreen deposit (Minfile
Occurrence #115G 024). Using a crew based at the Wellgreen camp, the company, re-built access
roads, drilled 3 reverse circulation holes (60.4m) and re-sampled all known showings located on
the claims.
GEOLOGY
Pyrrhotite, pyrite, chalcopyrite and pentlandite occur as disseminations, fracture fillings and
massive lenses in and along the margins of Late Triassic peridotite sills that include gabbro or
clinopyroxenite phases of the Quill Creek ultramafic complex. Strong nickel-copper-PGE soil
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anomalies are found along the 2500 m length of the sill and at least six showings have been
discovered.
   The best showings are associated with the gabbro phases. A specimen from the upper
showing on lower Linda Creek returned 4.20% Ni, 0.68% Cu, 0.08% Co, 0.03 g/t Au, 0.93 g/t Pt,
4.39 g/t Pd, 1.06 g/t Ir, 2.71 g/t Os, 3.29 g/t Ru and 0.31 g/t Rh and a 1988 drill hole intersected
1.2 m grading 3.51% Ni, 1.66% Cu, 2.74 g/t Pt, 7.13 g/t Pd, 0.99 g/t Ir, 0.65 g/t Os, 0.89 g/t Ru
and 0.51 g/t Rh. At the Mex Showing, 1500 m to the east, a chip sample from a bulldozer trench
assayed 0.52% Ni, 0.54% Cu, 1.40 g/t Pt and 1.60 g/t Pd across 6 m.
   Specimens taken by McBride from Triassic Nikolai greenstone volcanic rocks on the Dial
claims assayed up to 9.42% Cu and 0.41% g/t Au.
    Northern Platinum used their exploration program to acquaint themselves with the claims. All
known showings were examined and sampled. Assay results generally agreed with previous
work. All 3 reverse circulation holes encountered problems during drilling and did not return
expected results. A bulldozer was used to rebuild access roads around the claim block and to clear
drill pads and trenches for future exploration work.
REFERENCES
CAMPBELL, F.A., 1956. Nickeliferous Sulphide Deposits at Quill Creek and White River,
Yukon. unpubl M.Sc. Thesis, Queen's University.

CAMPBELL, F.A., Dec/60. Nickel Deposits in the Quill Creek and White River Area, Yukon.
Canadian Institute of Mining and Metallurgy Bulletin, p. 953-959.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-copper sulphide deposits in the Kluane Ranges, Yukon.
DIAND Open File Report, EGS 1976-10.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1981. Geology and genesis of copper deposits and associated host rocks in
and near the Quill Creek area, Southwestern Yukon. Unpublished Ph.D. Thesis, University of
British Columbia, 1981.

DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Memoir 340, p. 110-111.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Open File 381.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 67-40, p. 53; Paper 68-68, p. 70-72.

KLUANE JOINT VENTURE, May/88. Assessment Report #092483 by R.C. Carne.

MCBRIDE, A., 1988. Assessment Report #092607 by A. McBride.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1969-70, p. 100-101; 1973, p. 64-65; 1976, p. 55-67.

NORTHERN PLATINUM LTD, Jul/98. Assessment Report #093871 by J.P. McGoran.
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ROCKRIDGE MINING CORP AND 2001 RESOURCE INDUSTRIES LTD, Mar/87.
Assessment Report #093108 by J.S. Vincent.

ROCKRIDGE MINING CORP AND 2001 RESOURCE INDUSTRIES LTD, Jan/88.
Assessment Report #092008 by R.J. Cathro.

ROCKRIDGE MINING CORP AND 2001 RESOURCE INDUSTRIES LTD, Jan/89.
Assessment Report #092633 by W.D. Eaton.

WESTERN MINER, Oct/52, p. 116; Nov/52, p. 91-92.

YUKON MINING INDUSTRY 1941-59, p. 85-86.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1988, p. 166.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1988, p. 33-34.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 237-238.
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 095                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: ARBY                                                     LATITUDE: 61º 29' 34'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                LONGITUDE: 139º 26' 10'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Arby cl (YA95681) in Dec/86 by G. Mogensen, who performed bulldozer trenching in
1987 in conjunction with placer mining. W. Zikos tied on Greg cl (YA97738) to the west in
Jun/87. Reed Creek JV (All-North Res L, Chevron Mls Ltd & Fleck Res L) tied on Valley cl
(YA97250) to the east and west in May/87 and explored with geochem sampling later in the year.
Ike cl (YA97165) were added to the south in May/87 by G. Mogensen.
  Restaked as NJ 1-8 (YB36267), BC 1-4 (YB36275) and FRM 1-7 cl (YB36945) in Jul/92 by
R.A. McIntosh and F. Ellis, who also staked KC 1-7 cl (YB36260) 2.5 km to the west in the same
month.
GEOLOGY
The claims are apparently underlain by propylitically altered mafic volcanic rocks of the Permo-
Pennsylvanian Station Creek Formation.
REFERENCES
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                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 096                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\11
NAME: HUDYUK                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 30' 41'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                LONGITUDE: 139º 20' 8'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WON
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Won cl (YA97113) in Mar/87 by Hudson-Yukon Mg CL, which merged with All-
North Res L later in the year.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover the tailings pond and former millsite associated with production from the
Wellgreen Mine in 1972-73.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 115G 097                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\12
NAME: LONTH                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 36' 1'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                               LONGITUDE: 139º 48' 0'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Lonth cl (66298) in Aug/53 on an aeromag anomaly outlined in a survey by Lundberg
EL on behalf of Ontario Nickel ML and Frobisher L. Restaked as DRN cl (YA97980) in Jun/87
by Harjay ECL and Kluane JV (All-North Res L & Chevron Mls L).
GEOLOGY
The claims cover a drift-covered portion of the Donjek River Valley. Nearby outcrops are
composed of Permo-Pennsylvanian Station Creek Formation volcanic rocks.
REFERENCES
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 098                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\2
NAME: TONY                                                    LATITUDE: 61º 5' 32'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 138º 46' 54'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: ALASKAN-TYPE PT+/-OS+/-RH+/-IR

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL, COPPER, PLATINUM
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
KLU, TONY
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Tony cl 1-28 (YB005915) in Jul/87 by Walhalla Exploration Ltd, which performed
prospecting and sampling later in the year.
    In Oct/94 Inco Ltd staked a block of 508 Klu claims on map sheet 115G 02. The staking was
not carried out in a consecutively numbered basis but the lowest claim number was Klu 1013
(YB54767). The claim block covered Minfile Occurrences #115G 003, 084, 098 and 099. In the
summer of 1995, Inco carried out geological mapping, lithochemical sampling, silt sampling,
heavy mineral sampling and soil sampling on the Klu claim block. Inco staked a second block of
18 Klu cl (lowest number Klu 1416 (YB58156)) north of Congdon Creek in Aug/95. In 1996
Inco carried out an airborne EM and magnetometer survey over the entire claim block and in
1997 Inco carried out geological mapping, prospecting and ground geophysical surveying to
follow up geophysical conductors identified in 1996.
  In Apr/2000, Santoy Resources Ltd optioned the property from Inco and carried out geological
mapping, chip sampling, prospecting, silt and soil sampling later in the year.
GEOLOGY
The occurrence is located in the eastern part of the Wrangellia, which is an accreted terrane
extending 2 340 km from Alaska to southern B.C. In the area of the occurrence the Wrangellia is
bounded to the northeast by the Denali Fault System and to the southwest by the Duke River
Fault. The oldest Wrangellian rocks in the region are the Pennsylvanian to Lower Permian Skolia
Group. The Station Creek Formation occurs at the base of the Skolai Group and consists of tuffs,
pyritic black tuffs, mafic volcanics and argillite. These rocks are overlain by the Hasen Creek
formation which consists of tuffs, mafic volcanics, argillite and limestone. The Skolai Group is
stratigraphically overlain by Pennsylvanian to Triassic mafic meta-volcanics, Upper Triassic
Nikolai basalt and Upper Triassic McCarthy Formation Limestone and phyllite. Tertiary
volcanics and sediments unconformably overlie the sequence. Quaternary surficial deposits
locally cover Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cretaceous strata.
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   Two major suites of intrusive rocks are present in the belt, the oldest is the mafic to ultramafic
Triassic suite which includes ultramafic sills, marginal gabbro, and the Maple Creek Gabbro.
This suite is thought to be cogenetic with the Nikolai flood basalt. Cretaceous Kluane Range
Intrusions are dioritic to granodioritic in composition and occur throughout northern Wrangellia.
Minor Tertiary sills dykes and stocks of felsic to intermediate composition are also present.
   The major Triassic ultramafic intrusions (Kluane type) are sill like bodies which intrude the
Hansen Creek and Station Creek Formations. The dips of the sills range from vertical to steeply
overturned to as shallow as 30 degrees. Maximum dimensions of the sills are estimated to be up
to 18 km in length and 600 m in thickness.
   The claims cover an area of complex geology and thrust faulting. The general setting consists
of steeply dipping sedimentary rocks of the Permian Hasen Creek Formation intruded by Late
Triassic peridotite and gabbro dykes.
   Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization in the region is associated with basal marginal gabbro phase of the
Spy Sill. Sulphide mineralization at the Spy Showing (Congdon) occurs in siltstone in the
footwall of the sill, marginal gabbro and feldspathic peridotite.
   Inco found intermittent sulphide showings over a strike of 3.6 km along the base of the 6 km
long Spy Sill. These sulphide showings have highly anomalous PGE grades along with
significant Ni and Cu. The number and size of peridotite intrusions occurring on the claim block
and in the belt suggest they are part of a very large magmatic system. No significant Ni-Cu-PGE
showings have been found at intrusions other than the Spy Sill. Grab samples collected by Inco
from the gabbro-siltstone contact assayed up to 3.1% Ni, 2.8% Cu, 0.2% Co, 3.1 g/t Pt, 1.4 g/t Pd
and 1.0 g/t Au.
    Silt samples were collected from all the streams draining the Klu claims. Numerous samples
returned anomalous values (up to 673 ppm Ni) and appear to outline areas with peridotite
intrusions. Heavy mineral samples were collected from all the main drainages located within the
claim block. The most significant result returned 700 ppm Pt and > 10 000 Au. It was collected
400 m downstream from where the Spy Sill is cut by the south branch of Nines Creek. The high
Au value may not necessarily be related to sulphide mineralization. A small soil sample grid was
established over the peridotite section of the Duke Intrusion located in the northwest corner of the
claim block. The soil grid was centered over the peridotite-footwall sediment (Hansen Creek
Formation) contact and was laid out to test for the presence of subcropping Ni-Cu-PGE
mineralization. Cr +/- Ni values outlined the approximate projection of the peridotite-sediment
contact but no anomalies suggestive of Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization were found.
   Due to the severe terrain over much of the claim block Inco used 100 m spacing between flight
lines. The geophysical survey outlined 3 coincident EM and magnetic conductors on the claim
block. In 1997 Inco carried out, follow up ground magnetic and EM geophysical surveys on the
three conductors. Two of the conductors were found to relate to black calcareous shale
exposures. The third anomaly was interpreted to represent conductive overburden.
    The bulk of Santoy’s exploration work was focused on exploring and evaluating the nickel,
copper and platinum group element mineralization know to exist at the basal contact of the Spy
Sill and underlying footwall Hansen Creek siltstone, (Minfile Occurrence #115G 003). Two man
days were spent mapping and soil sampling at the Right On Mountain area (this occurrence).
Several gossans in gabbro and sediments, in addition to an epithermal vein occurrence were
sampled but no anomalous values were returned.
REFERENCES
INCO LIMITED, Jan/96. Assessment Report #093371 by C. Bell.
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INCO LIMITED, Nov/96. Assessment Report #093560 by P. McGowan.

INCO LIMITED, Dec/97. Assessment Report #093726 by K. Hattie.

SANTOY RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2001. Assessment Report #094164 by L.A. Tulk.

SANTOY RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2002. Web Site: www.bmts.bc.ca/san.

WALHALA EXPLORATION LTD, Aug/88. Assessment Report #092528 by H.J. Keyser.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY 1996, p. 23, 30; 1997, p. 24, 36.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1988, p. 165.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 099                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\2
NAME: KLUANE                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 11' 15'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 138º 58' 45'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S): DUKE SOUTH
MAJOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, NICKEL, PLATINUM, PALLADIUM
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DUKE, KLU
WORK HISTORY
Old posts are present but no staking records have been found. Staked as Duke cl 1-16 and 25-28
(YB6331) in Jul/87 on a government stream sediment geochemical anomaly by Kluane Joint
Venture (All-North Resources Ltd and Chevron Minerals Ltd) and optioned briefly by Rockridge
Mining Corp which carried out geological mapping and geochemical sampling later in the year.
    In Oct/94 Inco Ltd staked a block of 508 Klu claims on map sheet 115G 02. The staking was
not carried out in a consecutively numbered basis but the lowest claim number was Klu 1013
(YB54767). The claim block covered Minfile Occurrences #115G 003, 084, 098 and 099. Inco
staked a second block of 18 Klu claims (lowest number Klu 1416 (YB58156)) north of Congdon
Creek in Aug/95. In the summer of 1995, Inco carried out geological mapping, lithogeochemical
sampling, silt sampling, heavy mineral sampling and soil sampling on the Klu claim block. In
1996 Inco carried out an airborne EM and magnetometer survey over the entire claim block and
in 1997 Inco carried out geological mapping, prospecting and ground geophysical surveying to
follow up geophysical conductors identified in 1996.
  In Apr/2000, Santoy Resources Ltd optioned the property from Inco and carried out geological
mapping, chip sampling, prospecting, silt and soil sampling later in the year.
GEOLOGY
The occurrence is located in the eastern part of the Wrangellia, which is an accreted terrane
extending 2 340 km from Alaska to southern B.C.. In the area of the occurrence the Wrangellia is
bounded to the northeast by the Denali Fault System and to the southwest by the Duke River
Fault. The oldest Wrangellian rocks in the region are the Pennsylvanian to Lower Permian Skolia
Group. The Station Creek Formation occurs at the base of the Skolai Group and consists of tuffs,
pyritic black tuffs, mafic volcanics and argillite. These rocks are overlain by the Hasen Creek
formation which consists of tuffs, mafic volcanics, argillite and limestone. The Skolai Group is
stratigraphically overlain by Pennsylvanian to Triassic mafic meta-volcanics, Upper Triassic
Nikolai basalt and Upper Triassic McCarthy Formation Limestone and phyllite. Tertiary
volcanics and sediments unconformably overlie the sequence. Quaternary surficial deposits
locally cover Paleozoic, Mesozoic and Cretaceous strata.
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   Two major suites of intrusive rocks are present in the belt, the oldest is the mafic to ultramafic
Triassic suite which includes ultramafic sills, marginal gabbro, and the Maple Creek Gabbro.
This suite is thought to be cogenetic with the Nikolai flood basalt. Cretaceous Kluane Range
Intrusions are dioritic to granodioritic in composition and occur throughout northern Wrangellia.
Minor Tertiary sills dykes and stocks of felsic to intermediate composition are also present.
   The major Triassic ultramafic intrusions (Kluane type) are sill like bodies which intrude the
Hasen Creek and Station Creek Formations. The dips of the sills range from vertical to steeply
overturned to as shallow as 30 degrees. Maximum dimensions of the sills are estimated to be up
to 18 km in length and 600 m in thickness.
   The claims cover an area of complex geology and thrust faulting. The general setting consists
of steeply dipping sedimentary rocks of the Permian Hasen Creek Formation intruded by Late
Triassic peridotite and gabbro dykes.
    Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization in the region is associated with basal marginal gabbro phase of the
Spy Sill. Sulphide mineralization at the Spy Showing (Minfile Occurrence #115G 003) occurs in
siltstone in the footwall of the sill, marginal gabbro and feldspathic peridotite.
   Rockridge reported mineralized float containing nickel, copper and platinum group values. It
occurs near the base of an ultramafic sill of Triassic age that intrudes Pennsylvania-Permian
sedimentary and volcanic rocks. A gabbro specimen containing chalcopyrite and pyrrhotite
assayed 2.04% Cu, 0.74% Ni, 420 ppb Pt and 1380 ppb Pd, but samples from a massive
pyrrhotite lens and an arsenopyrite stockwork returned only background values.
   Specimens containing disseminated and fracture filling malachite and chalcopyrite from a
younger gabbro intrusion lying north of the ultramafic sill yielded 2.6% Cu but low values for
nickel and platinum.
    Inco found intermittent sulphide showings over a strike of 3.6 km along the base of the 6 km
long Spy Sill (located 4 km to the northeast). These sulphide showings have highly anomalous
PGE grades along with significant Ni and Cu. The number and size of peridotite intrusions
occurring on the claim block and in the belt suggest they are part of a very large magmatic
system. No significant Ni-Cu-PGE showings have been found at intrusions other than the Spy
Sill. Grab samples collected by Inco from the gabbro-siltstone contact assayed up to 3.1% Ni,
2.8% Cu, 0.2% Co, 3.1 g/t Pt, 1.4 g/t Pd and 1.0 g/t Au.
    Silt samples were collected from all the streams draining the Klu claims. Numerous samples
returned anomalous values (up to 673 ppm Ni) and appear to outline areas with peridotite
intrusions. Heavy mineral samples were collected from all the main drainages located within the
claim block. The most significant result returned 700 ppm Pt and > 10 000 Au. It was collected
400 m downstream from where the Spy Sill is cut by the south branch of Nines Creek. The high
Au value may not necessarily be related to sulphide mineralization.
   A small soil sample grid was established over the peridotite section of the Duke Intrusion
located in the northwest corner of the claim block near the occurrence. The soil grid was centered
over the peridotite-footwall sediment (Hasen Creek Formation) contact and was laid out to test
for the presence of subcropping Ni-Cu-PGE mineralization. Cr +/- Ni values outlined the
approximate projection of the peridotite-sediment contact but no anomalies suggestive of Ni-Cu-
PGE mineralization were found.
   Due to the severe terrain over much of the claim block Inco used 100 m spacing between flight
lines. The geophysical survey outlined 3 coincident EM and magnetic conductors on the claim
block. In 1997 Inco carried out, follow up ground magnetic and EM geophysical surveys on the
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three conductors. Two of the conductors were found to relate to black calcareous shale
exposures. The third anomaly was interpreted to represent conductive overburden.
    The bulk of Santoy’s exploration work was focused on exploring and evaluating the nickel,
copper and platinum group element mineralization know to exist at the basal contact of the Spy
Sill and underlying footwall Hansen Creek siltstone, (Minfile Occurrence #115G 003). Four
mandays were spent mapping in the vicinity of the Duke Intrusion. The focus of the mapping was
to confirm previous mapping by Inco and others, to locate known mineralized showings and to
prospect along the favorable footwall contact of the gabbro unit. A number of pyrrhotite +/-
magnetite gossanous zones in siltstone and gabbro were sampled but none returned anomalous
values. The company also spent one day mapping and prospecting in the southern area of the
Bocks Brook Intrusion at the headwaters of Nine’s creek (approx. 3 km to the southeast). Nothing
of economic interest was found and the area was designated as a low-priority target.
REFERENCES
INCO LIMITED, Jan/96. Assessment Report #093371 by C. Bell.

INCO LIMITED, Nov/96. Assessment Report #093560 by P. McGowan.

INCO LIMITED, Dec/97. Assessment Report #093726 by K. Hattie.

ROCKRIDGE MINING CORP, Feb/88. Assessment Report #092085 by W.D. Eaton.

SANTOY RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2001. Assessment Report #094164 by L.A. Tulk.

SANTOY RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2002. Web Site: www.bmts.bc.ca/san.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 249-250.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY 1996, p. 23, 30. 1997, p. 24, 36.
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                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 100                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\6
NAME: WASH                                                     LATITUDE: 61º 26' 25'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 139º 23' 7'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: ALASKAN-TYPE PT+/-OS+/-RH+/-IR

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: PLATINUM, PALLADIUM, COPPER, NICKEL
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BURWASH, WASH
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Wash cl 1-51 (YA97032) in Mar/87 by Silverquest Resources Ltd (70%) and 2001
Resource Industries Ltd (30%), which carried out prospecting, geological mapping and
geochemical sampling later in the year.
   The west central portion was restaked as Burwash cl 1-9 (YB36423) in Aug/91 by Nordac
Resources Ltd, which carried out prospecting, geological mapping and geochemical soil sampling
in 1998 and prospecting, geochemical soil sampling and hand trenching in 1999 and 2000. The
company also staked Burwash cl 10-33 (YC18485) in Feb/2000 to surround the original claim
group on three sides.
GEOLOGY
Pyrrhotite, chalcopyrite and pentlandite occur as disseminations and fracture fillings in mafic-
ultramafic intrusions of Lower to Middle Triassic age that intrude pyroclastic rock of the
Pennslyvanian to Permian Station Creek Formation and metasedimentary rocks of the Permian
Hasen Creek Formation. The intrusions are predominantly comprised of dunite, peridotite,
clinopyroxenite and gabbro, which is localized along the margins of the intrusions and in nearby
subparallel sills.
   Soil sampling identified two areas of anomalous multi-element geochemical response that
coincide well with the surface trace of the intrusions. The main anomaly begins at the western
boundary of the property and extends easterly for 1 150 m and is up to 650 m wide and contains
peak values of 3 630 ppm Ni, 4 750 ppm Cu, 654 ppb Pd and 336 ppb Au. The peak value for Pt
(550 ppb) lies just off the property, 300 m to the south, where a second cluster of anomalous
values occur in the vicinity of a small mafic-ultramafic body and an isolated gabbro dyke.
   The highest rock values came from specimens collected within areas of anomalous soil
geochemical response. The best specimens from the main soil geochemical anomaly were gabbro
or peridotite containing abundant disseminated sulfides or limonite while malachite bearing
gabbro and phyllite produced the highest assays in the vicinity of the southerly soil anomaly.
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Peak values for rocks are 43 000 ppm Cu, 15 200 ppm Ni, 2 200 ppb Pt, 2 169 ppb Pd and 1 050
ppb Au.
   Sampling of Trench T99-6, within the southerly soil geochemical anomaly, produced the
highest rock assays to date, returning 4 839 ppm Ni, 1 218 ppm Cu, 1 096 ppb Pt, 658 ppb Pd and
217 ppb Au over a width of 11 m. The ratio of precious metals to base metals in all the trenches
averages 3.16 g/t combined Pt-Pd-Au for each 1% combined Cu-Ni.
REFERENCES
CAMPBELL, R.B. AND DODDS, C.J., 1982. Geology of the S.W. Kluane Lake map area
(115G and F (E ½)), Yukon Territory; Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 829.

CAMPBELL, S.W., 1976. Nickel-copper sulphide deposits in the Kluane Ranges, Yukon.
DIAND Open File Report, EGS 1976-10.

HULBERT, L.J., 1997. Geology and metallogeny of the Kluane mafic-ultramafic belt, Yukon
Territory, Canada: Eastern Wrangellia – A new Ni-Cu-PGE metallogenic terrane. Geological
Survey of Canada, Bulletin 506, 265 p.

NORDAC RESOURCES LTD, Mar/99. Assessment Report #093947 by R.C. Carne.

NORDAC RESOURCES LTD, Dec/99. Assessment Report #094039 by T.C. Becker.

NORDAC RESOURCES LTD, Dec/2000. Assessment Report #094130 by T.C. Becker.

SILVERQUEST RESOURCES LTD, Feb/88. Assessment Report #092094 by W.D. Eaton.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1987, p. 250-251.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1998, p. 29; 1999, p. 24, 30; 2000, p. 23, 26.
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 101                                                NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\9
NAME: TAL                                                        LATITUDE: 61º 42' 13'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                  LONGITUDE: 138º 20' 15'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DWA, TAL
WORK HISTORY
Staked as separate groups of DWA & TAL cl (YB6669) one km apart in Jul/87 by United Keno
Hill ML, which carried out geochem sampling and mapping later in the year and in 1988.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover Tertiary rhyolite dykes that intrude quartz-biotite schist.
REFERENCES
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 102                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\12
NAME: TREMBLAY                                                  LATITUDE: 61º 32' 32'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                 LONGITUDE: 139º 36' 49'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU+/-AG QUARTZ VEINS

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES: GOLD
MINOR COMMODITIES: COPPER, SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
JOSIE, KELLI
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Kelli, etc cl (YA93845) in Sep/85 by L. Tremblay and Dublin Gulch Mg L, which
performed minor geochem sampling and bulldozer trenching in 1987 in conjunction with nearby
placer mining. Adjoining claims include Sell & Buy cl (YA96203) by R. Staley, etc in May/87 to
the east and west, Toby & Vieno cl (YA97449) to the south in Jun/87 by D. Makkonen, Odd &
Gerty cl (YA95664) to the west in Sep/86 by O. Davis, and Pump cl (YA97334) to the west in
May/87 by Reed Creek JV (All-North Res L, Chevron Mls L & Fleck Res L), which carried out
geochemical sampling later in the year.
   Kelli, etc claims were optioned briefly by Kelli Creek Res L, which performed bulldozer
trenching in 1988. The Toby & Gerty claims were soil sampled in 1988. Tremblay and Dublin
Gulch Placers (D. Duensing, R. Holway) trenched on the Kelli, etc claims.
   In 1989, Dublin Gulch's share was transferred to D. Duensing in Sep/89. Tremblay performed
further trenching, and tied on Kristy cl (YB26868) to the north of Kelli cl. In Oct/89, L. Smith
and D. Makkonen added Chance cl (YB26849) to the south of Pump cl, and G. Geiger purchased
a 30% interest in the Buy & Sell cl in Oct/89.
  In Oct/90, Tremblay and E. Geiger added Ann cl (YB35476). Tremblay and partners E. & G.
Geiger and V. Bjork added further Kristy (YB35800), Sandra (YB35811), Kid (YB35823) and
Vern (YB35835) cl in May/91 and performed further trenching and sampling from 1991 to 1993.
  L. Smith and D. Makkonen conducted a program of drilling, blasting and stripping on the
Chance cl in Oct/93.
  In July/94 D. Duensing et al. carried out trenching and blasting on the Kelli, Buy, Sell, Rose,
Reno, Grace, Ann, JoJo and Sie claims.
GEOLOGY
Coarse angular gold nuggets associated with quartz-calcite vein float and black quartz - carbonate
- graphite material were found during placer mining. At the downstream end the claims cover
cataclastics near the Denali Fault. The Denali Fault has a demonstrated right-lateral offset of
approximately 250 km and forms the east boundary of the Wrangellia terrane.
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    Bedrock downstream of the canyon consists of cataclastics which is exposed for 300 m before
disappearing under overburden. Bedrock upstream from the major fault consists of Station Creek
Formation pyroclastic metavolcanic rocks of Pennsylvanian age, cut by a suite of Oligocene
feldspar porphyry dykes. Emplacement of the dykes was controlled by a dominant set of ESE-
striking shear zones (reverse faults with a strike-slip component) and a set of NNE tensional
fractures. Adjacent to faults, the metavolcanic rocks are bleached, silicified and pyritized. Some
of the dykes are fresh and exhibit chilled margins, while others are sheared and mylonitized and
altered.
    At three locations in Reed Creek canyon, porphyry dykes are hydrothermally altered to a
mixture of sericite, quartz granules and clay. At the mouth of the canyon, blasting and excavator
trenching exposed a 12 m wide zone of cataclastic breccia, large boudins of porphyry, and
networks of anastomosing quartz veins. Black quartz-carbonate-graphite material in the shear
zone is extensively veined with white quartz-calcite. Both the black and the white alteration
resemble gangue adhering to the larger nuggets which have been found in the creek. The owners
of the property selected specimens of the black material from this zone to form two composite
samples, from which they obtained assays of 171.4 and 450.8 g/t Au.
REFERENCES
DODDS, C.J., AND CAMPBELL, R.B., 1992. Overview, legend and mineral deposit tabulations
for Geological Survey of Canada Open Files 2188, 2189, 2190 and 2191.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1989, p. 107; 1990, p. 60-63.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1992, p. 2.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1989, p. 9.

YUKON NEWS, 11 Sep/92.
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115F 103                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115F\16
NAME: HARJAY                                                   LATITUDE: 61º 53' 9'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                                LONGITUDE: 140º 26' 22'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
HAZEL
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Hazel cl (YB5909) in Jul/87 by Harjay EL and Kluane JV (All-North Res L & Chevron
Mls L) on an aeromag anomaly outlined by a 1953 survey by Lundberg EL for Ontario Nickel
ML and Frobisher L.
GEOLOGY
A highly sheared, limonitic ultramafic body is poorly exposed in landslide material near the
creek.
REFERENCES
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 115G 104                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\7
NAME: AUBI                                                     LATITUDE: 61º 17' 25'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                                LONGITUDE: 138º 31' 39'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: GABBROID CU-NI-PGE

OTHER NAME(S):
MAJOR COMMODITIES:
MINOR COMMODITIES:
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
AUBI
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Aubi cl (YB21631) in Sep/88 by Big Creek RL. A. Dendys staked Para cl 1-42
(YB67088) 1 km to the southwest in Jun/96.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover a thin band of ultramafic rocks which occur along a thrust fault in the Kluane
Schist (Eocene). A soil sample from near the ultramafic contact assayed 845 ppb Au with low
nickel and copper response.
REFERENCES
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                            YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
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MINFILE: 115G 105                                           NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\7
NAME: COFER                                                 LATITUDE: 61º 21' 0'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                             LONGITUDE: 138º 59' 24'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: WRANGELLIA TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
KLUANE
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Kluane cl (YB27073) in Nov/89 by B. Cofer.
GEOLOGY
The Kluane claims cover a mineralized shear zone which was uncovered during the process of
excavating a home basement in the Burwash community.
REFERENCES
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                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
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MINFILE: 115G 106                                                NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\14
NAME: BERDAHL                                                    LATITUDE: 61º 50' 19'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                                 LONGITUDE: 139º 29' 3'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: AU-QUARTZ VEINS

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MAJOR COMMODITIES: GOLD
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CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
JIB, JSB, MBB, OHK
WORK HISTORY
R. Berdahl staked the JSB (YB27789) and OHK (YB27799) claims in Aug/90. The OHK claims
are located 3 km southwest of the JSB claims, on the opposite side of the Kluane River. Berdahl
tied on MBB (YB36203) and JIB cl (YB27696) south of the JSB claims in Jul/91, and performed
prospecting, linecutting and geochemical sampling. The MPS claims (YB27845) 12 km to the
southeast were staked as part of the same project. The MPS property is documented as Minfile
occurrence 115G 107.
   In Aug/94 Berdahl restaked the prospect. The MBB cl 1-8 (YB47277) covered the prospect,
the JSB cl 1-16 (YB47261) the northern boundary and the JIB cl 1-16 (YB47245 the southern
boundary. The HAB cl 1-3 (YB47285) and the OHK cl 1-6 (YB47288) were staked by Berdahl
on the opposite side of the Kluane River. In Sep/95 Berdahl carried out a VLF geophysical
survey over the northern and southern ends of the main claim block.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover the thrust faulted contact between metamorphosed rocks of oceanic affinity
(quartz-chlorite-sericite schist, greenschist and limestone of Devonian to Cretaceous age) and
continental rocks of the Nisling Terrane (quartz-biotite schist, quartz-feldspar-biotite gneiss).
These rocks are intruded by small granodiorite to diorite stocks of Triassic age, and an alaskite
intrusion of Eocene age.
   Gold is found in graphitic shear zones, quartz-carbonate veins and silicified shale. The shear
zones are strongly sericitized and clay altered. The most significant mineralization discovered to
date consists of pyrite and arsenopyrite in quartz-carbonate-mariposite veins and stockworks.
   Galena and sphalerite have been found in quartz-carbonate vein float, but not in outcrop.
    A specimen of vein material from a graphitic shear zone on Malachite Creek contained 6 830
ppb Au. A chip sample across the same zone returned 5 347 ppb Au across 1 m. Specimens of
siliceous shale from the JSB claims contained up to 3 140 ppb Au. Most samples containing
anomalous levels of gold also returned elevated values of silver, lead, zinc, cadmium and arsenic.
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    The VLF survey covered two areas characterized by brown mineralization (heavily oxidized
rocks?). Five conductors were outlined on the northern grid while 1 conductor was outlined on
the southern grid. All of the conductors trend northwest. The southern most conductor followed
Malachite Creek and was interpreted to represent a strong fault cross cutting geologic strike. Two
of the other conductors appear to outline known mineralization, but heavy overburden and
scarcity of outcrop prevented their explanation.
REFERENCES
BERDAHL, R. Mar/92. Assessment Report #093021 by R. Hulstein.

BERDAHL, R. Aug/95. Assessment Report #093385 by R. Berbahl .
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
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MINFILE: 115G 107                                                NTS MAP SHEET: 115G\14
NAME: LAKE                                                       LATITUDE: 61º 46' 58'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                  LONGITUDE: 139º 18' 7'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: NISLING TERRANE
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
MPS
WORK HISTORY
First staked as MPS claims (YB27845) by R. Berdahl in September, 1990 in conjunction with the
JSB et al. claims (Minfile 115G 106), 12 km to the northwest.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover a marble band in Paleozoic schist and gneiss.
REFERENCES
R. BERDAHL, 1991. Assessment Report by Aurum Geological Consultants Inc.

				
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