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MINFILE: 106C 001                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\5
NAME: KOHSE                                                   LATITUDE: 64º 24' 41'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                                              LONGITUDE: 133º 35' 50'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: PORPHYRY CU-MO-AU

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
HOPE
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Hope cl (62332) in Sep/53 by A. Fayolle. Restaked as Iota 1-20 cl (YB43420) by J. H.
Hajek in Aug/92.
GEOLOGY
The claims were located close to a Mesozoic or older diorite dike which cuts Middle Proterozoic
dolomite. Weak copper mineralization is associated with diorite dykes cutting dolomite in Kohse
Creek to the north.
REFERENCES
BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Aug/68. Assessment Report by F.M. Smith.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
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MINFILE: 106C 002                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\12
NAME: SALUTATION                                              LATITUDE: 64º 32' 7'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 133º 54' 57'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU+/-AG QUARTZ VEINS

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
POP
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Pop cl (Y26767) in Aug/68 by M. Zulps for Zulco EL.
GEOLOGY
Two veins cut folded Middle Proterozoic dolomite and phyllite which is complexly intruded by
small diorite bodies. Minor amounts of chalcopyrite and cobaltite occur in a quartz vein 0.6 m
wide. A siderite vein 0.6 to 2.4 m wide contains patchy chalcopyrite mineralization. A 2.4 m
chip sample across the best mineralization assayed 0.9% Cu, and trace Au and Ag. The diorite is
probably Mesozoic or older.
REFERENCES
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MINFILE: 106C 003                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: GILLESPIE                                LATITUDE: 64º 51' 27'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 133º 44' 27'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ALE
WORK HISTORY
G. Van Bibber staked the Bob cl (Y33300) in March/70 about 2.4 km to the southwest. First
staked as Ale cl (YA1157) in Aug/75 by Cyprus Anvil, which conducted mapping and geochem
sampling later in the year.
GEOLOGY
Pyrite, galena and sphalerite occur in veinlets and patches in a shear zone cutting brecciated
Middle Proterozoic dolomite. The showings occur over a strike length of 488 m. They are on
trend with and resemble similar showings at the Geordie occurrence on the opposite side of the
Bonnet Plume River.
   The Bob group was staked near a narrow diorite dike of Mesozoic age that cuts the dolomite.
REFERENCES
MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1975, p. 56.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.
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MINFILE: 106C 004                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: GEORDIE                                LATITUDE: 64º 50' 54'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                     LONGITUDE: 133º 41' 23'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC VEINS AG-PB-ZN+/-AU

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
LAD
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Lad and Ed cl (Y33374) in Jun/70 by G. Dobson. Restaked as Lad cl (Y57421) in
March/72 by Cypress Res, which added more Lad cl (Y68564) later in the year and carried out
magnetometer and EM surveys, grid soil sampling, hand trenching, and drilled two holes (163.7
m) in 1972-73.
GEOLOGY
Pyrite, galena and sphalerite occur in an east-trending shear zone 76 m wide which dips 70 north.
It cuts thin bedded dolomitic limestone of Middle Proterozoic age that strikes northwest and dips
35 northeast. An overburden-covered limestone-argillite contact follows the east side of the
property.
   Within the shear zone, chip samples at 4.6 to 7.6 m intervals ranged from 0.04 to 0.09% Pb,
0.03 to 1.11% Zn and 4.1 to 7.5 g/t Ag. The 1973 work was directed towards the overburden
covered east extension of the shear zone.
REFERENCES
CYPRESS RESOURCES LTD, Apr/72. Prospectus Report by R.S. Adamson.

CYPRESS RESOURCES LTD, Nov/72. Prospectus Report by R.S. Adamson.

CYPRESS RESOURCES LTD, Aug/73. Vancouver Stock Exchange Open File Report by P.P.
Nielsen and G.C. Gutrath.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 15 Sep/72.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).
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THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.
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MINFILE: 106C 005                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\16
NAME: GILDERSLEEVE                             LATITUDE: 64º 58' 59'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 132º 27' 7'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CAB
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Cab cl (A56755 & Y88992) in Jul-Aug/74 by Arctic Red JV (Bethlehem Copper Corp
L, DuPont Mineral Vent L, Int Mogul ML, Utah ML and Welcome North ML), which explored
with mapping, sampling and one hole (100.0 m) in 1974 and more mapping in 1977.
GEOLOGY
Disseminated sphalerite occurs with minor galena and calcite in brecciated Lower Cambrian
Sekwi Formation dolomite and has been traced in talus and scattered outcrops for a length of over
457 m. Some remobilized sphalerite fills fractures with barite and pyrite, forming gossans.
Channel sampling of three separate mineralized horizons within a 30 m stratigraphic interval gave
3.9% Zn and 0.05% Pb over 6.7 m, 3.2% Zn and 0.01% Pb over 2.4 m and 13.1% Zn and 0.01%
Pb over 1.5 m. Chip sampling of talus gave 14.8% Zn and 0.01% Pb across 30 m.
   The drillhole failed to intersect mineralization. Other minor showings occur up to 1800 m
along strike to the northwest.
REFERENCES
ARCTIC RED JOINT VENTURE, Jul/74. Assessment Report by J.S. Brock.

ARCTIC RED JOINT VENTURE, Feb/75. Assessment Report by J.D. Guild and J.S. Brock.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 75-1A, p. 241.

WELCOME NORTH MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#062082 by anonymous.
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MINFILE: 106C 006                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: PLUME                                  LATITUDE: 64º 59' 13'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                     LONGITUDE: 133º 56' 48'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

OTHER NAME(S): SLAB
MAJOR COMMODITIES: URANIUM, COPPER
MINOR COMMODITIES: NICKEL, COBALT, LEAD
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
EAGLE, OTTER, SLAB
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Oct/75 as the Bromadrosis cl (YA1314) by Wernecke JV (Chevron Can L & Aquitaine)
and optioned in 1976 to Eldorado Nuclear L, which explored by mapping, radiometric surveys
and hand trenching.
   Restaked as part of a larger block of Eagle cl (YA41720) in Jul/80 by Can Ml Corp and Pan
Ocean OL which drilled 9 holes (1165 m) later that year. Pan Ocean's interests were transferred
to Aberford Res L in 1982. In 1982, Eldorado changed its name to Eldor Res Ltd.
    In 1992, Pamicon restaked the occurrence with Slab claims. The next year, Pamicon formed a
joint venture with Equity Engineering, explored with a program of geological and geophysical
surveys, and tied on 40 Otter cl (YB42249) to the northeast in Oct/93. The joint venture partners
transferred 100% interest in the Slab and Otter claim groups to Westmin Resources Ltd. in
Jan/94. In early 1994 Westmin entered into a joint venture with Newmont Exploration Ltd. and in
June they contracted Pamicon and Equity to carry out soil and stream sediment sampling, rock
geochemistry and limited geological mapping on the Slab cl 209-212 (YB22343) and Otter cl 1-
40 (YB42249).
   In Jul/94 Pamicon drilled 1 hole (SB94-3 - 294 m) on Slab cl 5 (YB28604). Pamicon
conducted visual and thin section analysis of the core and mineralization. As part of their 1995
exploration program on the Fair claims, Pamicon carried out limited mapping and rock sampling
on the adjoining Otter cl 34-40.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by Middle Proterozoic Fairchild Lake Group limy argillite which is
altered to calcsilicate adjacent to a Middle Proterozoic breccia body and metadiorite dykes.
Mineralization consists of fine to coarsely disseminated brannerite with minor chalcopyrite and
cobaltite. Samples taken from the Eldorado trenches all returned less than 0.001% U3O8.
   The 1980 drilling indicated two mineralized zones in silicified and fenitized siltstone on the
margins of a metadiorite intrusion. The upper zone occurs at the boundary of siliceous and
calcareous siltstone and contains chalcopyrite, pyrrhotite and pyrite with minor galena and
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cobaltite as blebs and disseminations. The lower zone is confined to a greisened metasiltstone
breccia and consists of oxidized blebs, fracture fillings and fine crystals of arsenopyrite, pyrite,
chalcopyrite and skutterudite.
REFERENCES
ELDORADO NUCLEAR LTD, Sep/76. Assessment Report #090151 by C.J. Riley.

ELDORADO NUCLEAR LTD, 1976. Assessment Report *#061564 by C.J. Riley.

EQUITY ENGINEERING LTD, Dec/94. Assessment Report #093218 by K.A. Owerko and D.A.
Caulifield.

MOUNTAINEER MINES LTD and PAN OCEAN OIL LTD, 1981. Assessment Report
*#090817 by D.L. Dick and D.R. Harmeson.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD. Sept/94. Assessment Report #093224 by R. Vance.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD. Jan/96. Assessment Report #093224 by M. Stammers.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Dec/92. Assessment Report #093119 by M.A. Stammers.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Jan/94. Assessment Report #093181 by M.A. Stammers.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 187-188.
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MINFILE: 106C 007                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: FAIRCHILD                              LATITUDE: 64º 57' 22'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                     LONGITUDE: 133º 45' 22'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
FAIR
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Tyana cl (Y6997) in Oct/67 by L. Brown and optioned to Hercules E Corp L, a
subsidiary of Cyprus E Corp L, which conducted a program of mapping, soil sampling and mag
and IP surveys in 1969, then did some bulldozer trenching on IP anomalies.
   Restaked as Fair cl (Y87521) in Mar/74 by Magni Dev L, which performed a VLF-EM survey
and drilled 2 holes (138 m) later in the year and transferred the property to Menika Mg L in 1975.
   Restaked as Fair cl (YA30243) in May/78 by Energex Mls L, which explored with mapping,
geochem and radiometric surveys in 1978, hand trenching in 1979, and orthophoto map
preparation, geology and geophysics in 1981.
   Restaked as Fair 1-78 cl (YB29152) in Oct/92 by a joint venture consisting of Pamicon
Developments Ltd and Equity Engineering Ltd. The following summer, the companies explored
with geological mapping, lithogeochemistry and soil sampling. In Sept/93 Newmont Exploration
Ltd conducted an airborne geophysical survey over the area using proprietary company
equipment. Pamicon and Equity added Fair cl 79-94 (YB42289) to the southeast end of the claim
block in Oct/93.
   In Jan/94 Pamicon and Equity transferred 100% interest in the Fair claims to Westmin
Resources Ltd which then formed the Fairchild Joint Venture with Newmont. In the summer of
1994, the Fairchild Joint Venture contracted Pamicon and Equity to carry out preliminary
geological mapping, prospecting, grid cutting and soil geochemical sampling. Equity carried out
additional geological mapping, rock and soil sampling in the summer of 1995.
    In Oct/92 Pamicon Development Ltd and Equity Engineering Ltd staked Whale cl 1-10
(YB29152) 1.5 km to the east. In early 1993, Pamicon and Equity optioned the claims to
International Prism Exploration Ltd. In Jul/93 International Prism retained Pamicon and Equity
to carry out a brief exploration program consisting of preliminary geological mapping,
lithochemical sampling and soil geochemistry.
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GEOLOGY
The area is underlain by a metamorphosed and altered sequence of Middle Proterozoic Wernecke
Supergroup sedimentary rocks that have been intruded by hematitic breccias and cut by mafic
sills and dykes. The Wernecke Supergroup consists of three groups (oldest to youngest): Fairchild
Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie Lake Group. The hematitic breccias (Wernecke) consist
of both hetrolithic and homolithic types.
   The original showing consists of a small outcrop of mafic igneous (interpreted as volcanic)
rocks containing minor copper oxide and bornite. Representative samples over an outcrop length
of 107 m averaged 0.17% Cu. Trenches dug by Hercules showed the IP chargeability anomalies
were caused by shale. A magnetic anomaly trends northwest across the grid and is apparently
caused by the disseminated magnetite in the mafic rock. No significant geochemical response
was obtained.
    Work carried out by Energex uncovered mineralization in an altered porphyritic mafic dyke
cutting Middle Proterozoic limy argillite of the Fairchild Lake Group. Surrounding rocks are
strongly faulted, contain zones of breccia, and exhibit chloritic alteration and enrichment in
magnetite and hematite. Minor brannerite was located in eight feldspathized and hematized areas
within the limy argillite. The best assays were 0.061% U3O8 across 0.9 m and 0.072% from a
selected specimen, and 0.38% Cu across 13 m of fractured hornfels.
    Mapping carried out by Pamicon and Equity in 1993, determined that the Fair claims are
underlain by a metamorphosed and altered sequence of Fairchild Lake Group sediments, which
are cut by breccias and dioritic intrusions. North-northwest, north and northeast trending
lineaments transect the claims. Copper mineralization was found in three modes: (1) chalcopyrite
in isolated veins and stringers and disseminations in the Fairchild Lake Group, (2) chalcopyrite
with magnetite, albite and iron carbonate in alteration zones adjacent to sodic-rich hetrolithic
breccia, and (3) fracture-controlled bornite and lesser chalcopyrite in mafic flows(?) and intrusive
units.
   Work carried out by Pamicon and Equity in 1993 determined that the Whale claims are
underlain by Quartet Group sedimentary strata. Small hematite breccia bodies intrude the
sediments in two locations. Mineralization consisting of minor chalcopyrite and/or pyrite occurs
in quartz and occasional quartz-carbonate veins cutting altered sedimentary rocks adjacent to the
breccia bodies.
REFERENCES
ENERGEX MINERALS LTD, 1978. Assessment Report *#090445 by C.K. Ikona and M.
Stammers.

ENERGEX MINERALS LTD, 1980. Assessment Report *#090596 by C.K. Ikona and D.A.
Yeager.

ENERGEX MINERALS LTD, 1981. Assessment Report *#090830 by C.K. Ikona and D.A.
Yeager.

ENERGEX MINERALS LTD, Dec/81. Assessment Report #091026 by K.V. Campbell & C.K.
Ikona.

EQUITY ENGINEERING LTD, Feb/95. Assessment Report #093264 by D.A. Caulfield.
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HERCULES EXPLORATION CORP. LTD, Aug/68. Assessment Report #019049 by J.G. Baird.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1978, p. 11-12.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD, Feb/94. Assessment Report #093180 by M.A. Stammers.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD, Jan/96. Assessment Report #093381 by M.A. Stammers.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Jan/94. Assessment Report #093168 by M.A. Stammers.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 223.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1982, p. 175-176.
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MINFILE: 106C 008                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: BIBBER                                                    LATITUDE: 64º 57' 31'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                 LONGITUDE: 133º 35' 59'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU+/-AG QUARTZ VEINS

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
STAR
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Star cl (Y33442) by A. Van Bibber in Jul/70, and restaked in Aug/73 as Star cl
(Y70096) by P. Van Bibber and J. Ellis.
GEOLOGY
Chalcopyrite occurs in an east striking quartz vein up to 3.7 m wide and in thin subsidiary quartz
stringers on the south side. The vein, which is exposed for a length of about 60 m, occurs near a
regional fault and cuts Middle Proterozoic argillite.
REFERENCES
THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.
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MINFILE: 106C 009                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: DOLORES                                LATITUDE: 64º 54' 23'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                             LONGITUDE: 133º 31' 45'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC VEINS AG-PB-ZN+/-AU

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BARB, BETA
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Mammoth cl (Yl4683) in Apr/68 by Bonnet Plume River ML, which bulldozer
trenched later in the year. Restaked as Sun cl (Y69035) in Apr/73 by Cypress Res L, which
carried out mapping and hand trenching later in 1973-74. D. Waugh tied on the Ore cl (Y88612)
to the east in May/74 and this group was explored with mapping and soil sampling by Phelps
Dodge later in the year.
  Restaked as Barb cl (YA43413) in Nov/80 by Texaco Can Res L, which added more claims in
Oct/81 and performed mapping, geochem and geophysical surveys and hand trenching in 1982.
   Restaked as Beta 1-6 cl (YB28503) in Jun/92 by D. Hajek. Hajek restaked the prospect as the
Barb cl 1-18 (YB43385) in Sept/94 and Oct/94. In Feb/95 Hajek transferred the Barb claims to
Westlake Ltd which carried out a trenching and prospecting program later in the summer. In
Sep/96 J. Hajek staked BL cl 49-54 (YB65743) northeast of the Barb claims.
GEOLOGY
Chalcopyrite and siderite occur in fine fractures cutting a calc-silicate alteration zone in Fairchild
Lake Group limy argillite of Middle Proterozoic age within an area approximately a 1.6 km
square. An 18 m chip sample from a bulldozer trench in the centre of the mineralized area
assayed 0.15% Cu and 3.4 g/t Ag.
   A weathered quartz-carbonate-sulphide vein cutting Middle Proterozoic Gillespie Lake Group
dolomite on the east edge of the mineralized area produced assays up to 340.5 g/t Au, 69 g/t Ag,
5.9% Cu, 21.2% Pb and 5.5% Zn. This vein trends northwest, is about one metre wide and is
traceable for several metres along strike. Mineralization includes tetrahedrite, stibnite, galena,
sphalerite and arsenopyrite. A few mafic dykes of uncertain age are present.
   About one km to the northeast near the summit of the northwest-trending ridge, cobaltite and
chalcopyrite occur in narrow discontinuous veins cutting limy argillite peripheral to a diatreme
breccia. A chip sample across 36 cm assayed 0.43% Cu, 3.85% Co and 0.14% Ni. Laznicka
described three additional occurrences (25 to 27) in this area that consist of chalcopyrite in the
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matrix of the breccia, or in veinlets cutting nearby altered Middle Proterozoic Quartet Group
argillite.
REFERENCES
BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Sep/68. Prospectus Report by A.R. Archer.

BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Aug/68. Assessment Report by F.M. Smith.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 77-1a, p.435.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G). - Preliminary Copy.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1998. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, Wernecke Mountains, Yukon (106C/13). Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Geoscience Map 1998-10, scale 1:50 000.

WEST LAKE LTD, Mar/96. Assessment Report #093510 by J.H. Hajek.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 185-186.

ZELON ENTERPRISES LTD, Dec/81. Assessment Report *#090895 by J.H. Hajek.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 010
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 010                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: KEY MOUNTAIN                           LATITUDE: 64º 51' 43'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 25' 0'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
KEY
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Key cl (Y32728) in May/69 by P. and A. Van Bibber and optioned to Vulcan ML,
which prospected in 1970.
GEOLOGY
Minor amounts of chalcopyrite occur in argillite of Middle Proterozoic age near the margin of a
diorite dike of uncertain age and peripheral to a breccia body.
REFERENCES
BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Aug/68. Assessment Report by F.M. Smith.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 011
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                 UPDATED: 1998/06/24


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 011                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: MAMMOTH                                                  LATITUDE: 64º 55' 36'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                                LONGITUDE: 133º 16' 59'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU+/-AG QUARTZ VEINS

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
AIR
WORK HISTORY
*Earlier versions of Yukon Minfile have mistakenly switched the location of minfile occurrence
#106C 011 with minfile occurrence #106C 013.*


   Discovered by L. Brown and staked for him in Jun/67 as Mammoth cl (Y6719) by Nordex EL.
A new company, Bonnet Plume ML, was formed in 1968 to develop the claims. Following
prospecting and hand trenching in 1967, a winter road was constructed in early 1968. Restaked in
Apr/73 as Air cl (Y69051) by Cypress Res L.
    Restaked Oct/92 by Pamicon Developments Ltd and Equity Engineering Ltd as part of a block
of Dolores 1-48 cl (YB29240). The claims were optioned to International Prism Exploration Ltd
in the spring of 1993, with Equity and Pamicon retained to supervise the 1993 work program. In
Aug/93 the Dolores cl 49-78 (YB22529) were added to the claim block. In Jul/95 the claims were
transferred to Newmont Mines Ltd which funded a work program consisting of soil and rock
sampling and detailed geological mapping.
   J. Hajek staked Ra cl 33-36 (YB65734) 3 km to the south in Sep/96 and Ra cl 25-26
(YB65937) 1.5 km to the southwest in Oct/96. Hajek also staked Rat cl 41-44 (YB65932) 4 km to
the southeast in Oct/97.
GEOLOGY
The claims lie in the Wernecke Mountains, which are cored by 14 000 m of generally fine-
grained terrigenous and carbonate rocks of Middle Proterozoic age that are cut by hematite
breccia and intruded by mafic sills and dykes. The succession, named Wernecke Supergroup, is
divided in three groups (oldest to youngest): Fairchild Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie
Lake Group. To the east and south, Middle to Late Proterozoic Pinguicula Group unconformably
overlies the Wernecke Supergroup. Paleozoic carbonate rocks bound the western margin, and
Cretaceous and Tertiary sediments of the Bonnet Plume Basin fill the area to the north.
   To the east, the Wernecke Supergroup is juxtaposed against younger rocks along the
southeast-trending Richardson Fault array which is interpreted to represent deep-seated, long
                                                                    MINFILE: 106C 011
                                                                    PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                                    UPDATED: 1998/06/24


lived, vertical structures which have undergone considerable vertical, and possibly right-lateral
movement.
   Geological maps by Pamicon and Equity, show the Dolores claims underlain by extensively
folded and faulted strata of the Pinguicula, Gillespie Lake, Quartet and Fairchild Lake groups. All
but the Pinguicula Group (?) have been intruded by Wernecke breccia and diorite and syenite
stocks. Faults including strike-slip faults with multiple generations of low angle slickensides
juxtapose the major groups against each other.
   Exploration work by Bonnet Plume ML uncovered a vein or lens of chalcopyrite about 100 m
long within altered limy argillite of Middle Proterozoic age on the east bank of a small tributary
of Dolores Creek. A chip sample over the widest and best mineralized section assayed 14.7% Cu
and 13.7 g/t Ag across 2.4 m. Laznicka described nine additional minor copper occurrences (9-11,
14-16, 34-36) situated between this occurrence and Cobalt Cirque, 2.5 km to the northeast. All
consist of chalcopyrite in a breccia matrix, or in small fractures cutting argillite or dolomite of the
Wernecke Supergroup.
   The Dolores claims cover Minfile occurrence #106C 011, 012, 013 and 015. In 1993 Pamicon
and Equity carried out the bulk of their work on minfile occurrences # 106C 012 and 013. The
companies described the Mammoth occurrence as a typical quartz-carbonate vein hosted in
carbonate strata of the Gillespie Lake Group. The vein is believed to be fault-related, is narrow
(<30 cm), and is of minor extent. In one area, 2.5 m by 3.7 m, the host carbonate unit has been
replaced adjacent to the vein and this zone has been well mineralized with chalcopyrite assaying
6.91% copper over 2.8 m. A second sample from this area assayed 32.4 % Cu, 40 ppb Au, 36.0
ppm Ag, 230 ppm Mo and 612 ppm Zn. The Mammoth showing was judged too small to warrant
further work. Thus Pamicon and Equity concentrated their exploration efforts on other parts of
the claim group.
REFERENCES
BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Sep/68. Prospectus Report by A.R. Archer.

BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Apr/69. Assessment Report *#019050 by C.D.N.
Taylor.

BROWN, L.J. and PROCTOR, L.I., Jun/68. Assessment Report *#019048 by C.D.N. Taylor.

INTERNATIONAL PRISM EXPLORATION LTD, Feb/94. Assessment Report #093182 by D.
Caulfield et al.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1969-70, p. 27-28.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 68-68, p. 30-31.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 69-55, p. 16-17.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 77-1a, p.435.

NEWMONT EXPLORATION LTD, Dec/95. Assessment Report #093370 by K.A. Owerko.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY, 1994. p. 6.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 012
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                 UPDATED: 1998/03/05


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 012                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: CIRQUE                                 LATITUDE: 64º 56' 40'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                             LONGITUDE: 133º 18' 21'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
PNERD
WORK HISTORY
Discovered by L. Brown and staked for him in Jun/67 as Mammoth cl (Y6719) by Nordex EL. A
new company, Bonnet Plume River ML, was formed to develop the claims. Following sampling
and prospecting in 1967, a winter road was constructed in early 1968. Work in 1968 and 1969
consisted of additional mapping and sampling.
   Restaked in Apr/74 by D. Waugh as part of the WA cl (Y87980) and in Jul/75 by Wernecke
JV (Chevron Can L and Aquitaine) as Pnerd cl (Y98240), which were explored by Eldorado
Nuclear L under option with mapping and radiometric surveys in 1976. After the Eldorado
option expired early in 1981, Wernecke JV performed mapping and soil and chip sampling.
Aquitaine changed its name to Kidd Creek ML in 1981.
   Restaked Oct/92 as Dolores 1-48 cl (YB29240) by Pamicon Developments Ltd and Equity
Engineering Ltd. In Jul/93, International Prism Resources signed a letter of intent to acquire
100% interest in the 48 claim block from Equity and Pamicon. Pamicon and Equity who were
retained to supervise the exploration program, carried out geological mapping and geochemical
sampling in the summer of 1993. The Dolores 49-78 cl (YB22529) were added in Aug/93. In
Jul/95 the claims were transferred to Newmont Mines Ltd. Further geological mapping and rock
and soil sampling was carried out in the summer of 1995.
GEOLOGY
The claims lie in the Wernecke Mountains, which are cored by 14 000 m of generally fine-
grained terrigenous and carbonate rocks of Middle Proterozoic age that are cut by hematite
breccia and intruded by mafic sills and dykes. The succession, named Wernecke Supergroup, is
divided in three groups (oldest to youngest): Fairchild Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie
Lake Group. To the east and south, Middle to Late Proterozoic Pinguicula Group unconformably
overlies the Wernecke Supergroup. Paleozoic carbonate rocks bound the western margin, and
Cretaceous and Tertiary sediments of the Bonnet Plume Basin fill the area to the north.
   To the east, the Wernecke Supergroup is juxtaposed against younger rocks along the
southeast-trending Richardson Fault array which is interpreted to represent deep-seated, long
                                                                   MINFILE: 106C 012
                                                                   PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                                   UPDATED: 1998/03/05


lived, vertical structures which have undergone considerable vertical, and possibly right-lateral
movement.
   Geological maps by Pamicon and Equity, show the Dolores claims underlain by extensively
folded and faulted strata of the Pinguicula, Gillespie Lake, Quartet and Fairchild Lake groups. All
but the Pinguicula Group (?) have been intruded by Wernecke breccia and diorite and syenite
stocks. Faults including strike-slip faults with multiple generations of low angle slickensides
juxtapose the major groups against each other.
    The Cobalt Cirque showing is in dolomitic fine clastics, siltstones, limestones and phyllites of
the Fairchild Lake Group. The area is quite rugged and most of the mineralization outcrops on a
steep, almost inaccessible, cirque headwall. The host rocks are broadly folded onto a single
anticline that occupies the head of the cirque, with an axis trending roughly east-west and
plunging shallowly to the west. Light grey crystalline dolomite is exposed on the northwest wall
of the cirque, part of which is strongly altered imparting a bright orange-red coloration. Maroon-
weathering heterolithic breccia with maroon siltstone fragments and possible diorite fragments,
outcrops in a small area on the south wall. Intrusive rocks include monzo-diorite which is a
medium-grained greyish green intergrowth of plagioclase, potassium feldspar, quartz, pyroxene,
amphibole, pyrite and magnetite. The monzo-diorite is variably textured with local coarse, and
rare pegmatitic, seggregations, suggesting a high level of emplacement.
   Bonnet Plume River ML described the best mineralized zone as being approximately 120 m
by 40 m in size and located near the crest of the anticline. Reconnaissance chip samples collected
by the company across the zone averaged 0.2% Cu and 0.02% Co and trace Ag.
REFERENCES
BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Sep/68. Prospectus Report by A.R. Archer.

BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Apr/69. Assessment Report *#019048 by C.D.N.
Taylor.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 68-68, p. 30-31.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 69-55, p. 16-17.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 77-1A, p. 435-439.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 6 Jul/93.

INTERNATIONAL PRISM EXPLORATION LTD, Feb/94. Assessment Report #093182 by D.
Caulfield et al.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1969 and 1970, p. 27-28.

NEWMONT EXPLORATION LTD, Dec/95. Assessment Report #093370 by K.A. Owerko.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY, 1994. p. 6.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 013
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 3
                                                                UPDATED: 2002/12/09


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 013                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: PORPHYRY                               LATITUDE: 64º 55' 26'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                     LONGITUDE: 133º 15' 45'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DOLORES, GOLLUM, IOTA, MAMMOTH
WORK HISTORY
Discovered in 1967 by Nordex Exploration Ltd during exploration of Mammoth cl 1-108
(Y6719), which were transferred to a new company, Bonnet Plume River Mines Ltd in 1968.
Exploration consisted of soil geochemistry and ground magnetic surveying in 1967, road building
in 1968 and detailed mapping, additional geochemical sampling and 7 drill holes (609.9 m) in
1969.
   Restaked as Gollum 1-2 (YA63416) and Iota cl 1-128 (YA63419) in Oct/81 by Texaco
Canada Resources Ltd, which carried out geological mapping, prospecting, geochem sampling
and geophysical surveying in 1982 and 1983. The property was optioned in 1987 by Silverquest
Resources Ltd, which carried out geological mapping and geochemical sampling, and in 1988 by
Cyprus (Canadian) Ltd, which carried out trenching.
    Restaked Oct/92 by Pamicon Developments Ltd and Equity Engineering Ltd as part of a block
of Dolores cl 1-48 (YB29240). The claims were optioned to International Prism Explorations Ltd
in the spring of 1993, with Equity and Pamicon retained to supervise the 1993 work program. In
Aug/93 the Dolores cl 49-78 (YB22529) were added to the claim block.
   In Jul/95 the claims were transferred to Newmont Mines Ltd which carried out soil and rock
geochemcial sampling and detailed geological mapping. In 1997 Newmont drilled 3 holes (337.4
m) in the southwestern part of the property.
GEOLOGY
The claims lie in the Wernecke Mountains, which are cored by 14 000 m of generally fine-
grained terrigenous and carbonate rocks of Middle Proterozoic age that are cut by hematite
breccia and intruded by mafic sills and dykes. The succession, named Wernecke Supergroup, is
divided in three groups (oldest to youngest): Fairchild Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie
Lake Group. To the east and south, Middle to Late Proterozoic Pinguicula Group unconformably
overlies the Wernecke Supergroup. Paleozoic carbonate rocks bound the western margin, and
Cretaceous and Tertiary sediments of the Bonnet Plume Basin fill the area to the north.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 013
                                                                  PAGE:      2 of 3
                                                                  UPDATED: 2002/12/09


   To the east, the Wernecke Supergroup is juxtaposed against younger rocks along the
southeast-trending Richardson Fault array which is interpreted to represent deep-seated, long
lived, vertical structures which have undergone considerable vertical, and possibly right-lateral
movement.
   Geological maps by Pamicon and Equity, show the Dolores claims underlain by extensively
folded and faulted strata of the Pinguicula, Gillespie Lake, Quartet and Fairchild Lake groups. All
but the Pinguicula Group (?) have been intruded by Wernecke breccia and diorite and syenite
stocks. Faults including strike-slip faults with multiple generations of low angle slickensides
juxtapose the major groups against each other.
    Bonnet Plume River Mines described a lens shaped zone of feldspathization (albite)
mineralized with disseminated chalcopyrite, pyrite, chromite, magnetite and up to 40% hematite.
The lens has an outcrop area of 46 by 9 m but magnetic surveys suggested it could be larger.
Chip samples averaged 0.3% copper. The feldspathization is developed peripheral to a breccia
body cutting Middle Proterozoic argillite and was initially interpreted as a small syenitic
intrusion. The best drill assays were 0.75% Cu over 19.5 m in hole 2 and 0.5% Cu over 7.9 m in
Hole 4.
   A narrow siderite vein was located on the Gollum cl in 1982, along with tetrahedrite-bearing
siderite float.
    The 1997 drilling tested a series of syenite outcrops, magnetic and geochemical anomalies,
southwest of 1969 hole 2. Copper mineralization was generally below detection with the
exception of two weakly anomalous results in hole DL97-3. Hole DL97-1 intersected syenite that
was weakly mineralized with trace to 0.5% Cu (chalcopyrite) +/- pyrite, hole DL97-2 intersected
altered sediments that were unmineralized and hole DL97-3 intersected altered siltstone, diorite
and breccia that contained minor chalcopyrite +/- pyrite in late iron carbonate veins.
REFERENCES
BOYLE, H.C., Mar/75. Unpublished mineralographic study for Geology 428. University of
British Columbia.

BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Sep/68. Prospectus Report by A.R. Archer.

BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Apr/69. Assessment Report *#019048 by C.D.N.
Taylor.

BROWN, L.J. and PROCTOR, L.I., Jun/68. Assessment Report *#019050 by C.D.N. Taylor.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 68-68, p. 30-31; 69-55, p. 16-17; Paper 77-1A, p.
435-439.

INTERNATIONAL PRISM EXPLORATION LTD, Feb/94. Assessment Report #093182 by D.
Caulfield et al.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1969 and 1970, p. 27-28.

NEWMONT EXPLORATION LTD, Dec/95. Assessment Report #093370 by K.A. Owerko.

NEWMONT EXPLORATION LTD, Feb/98. Assessment Report #093754 by A.T. Montgomery.
                                                     MINFILE: 106C 013
                                                     PAGE:      3 of 3
                                                     UPDATED: 2002/12/09


NORDEX EXPLORATION LTD, Jun/68. Assessment Report #019048 by C.D.N. Taylor.

TEXACO CANADA RESOURCES LTD, May/83. Assessment Report #091456 by P.G. Lhotka
and R.A. Olson.

TEXACO CANADA RESOURCES LTD, Dec/83. Assessment Report #091502 by P.G. Lhotka
and R.A. Olson.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1983, p. 228-229.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 014
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 3
                                                                UPDATED: 2000/02/29


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 014                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: TETRAHEDRITE CREEK                                      LATITUDE: 64º 56' 15'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 133º 13' 9'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU SKARN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
IOTA, RAM, RUBY, SNAKE
WORK HISTORY
Discovered in 1967 by Nordex EL during exploration of the Mammoth cl (Y6719), which were
mapped and sampled and transferred to a new company, Bonnet Plume River ML in 1968.
Restaked as part of the WA cl (Y87980) in Apr/74 by D. Waugh; and as Pete cl (YA2024) in
Sep/76 by Noranda ML following airborne radiometric and magnetic surveys.
   Restaked as Iota cl (YA43419) in Jan/81 by Texaco Can Res L, which performed mapping,
geochem sampling and hand trenching in 1981 and 1982 and trenching and VLF-EM surveys in
1983. Optioned in 1987 by Silverquest Res L, which performed mapping and sampling, and in
1988 by Cyprus Gold (Can) Ltd. In Jun/92 J. & D. Hajek staked Ram 1-22 cl (YB28509) along
the southern boundary of the remaining Iota claims. Golden Unicorn Mining Corp. acquired an
85% interest in the Iota claims from Texaco in Jul/93.
   In Oct/94 J & D Hajek restaked most of the original 22 Ram claims and added cl 23-40
(YB43540). During the same month the Hajeks staked the Ruby cl 1-54 (YB43658) on the east
boundary of the Iota and Ram claims. J. Hajek also carried out hand trenching and sampling on
Iota cl 1 (YA43419) in Oct/94.
   In 1995 the Hajeks optioned the Ram claims to Anvil Resources Ltd and the Iota and Ruby
claims to West Lake Ltd. During the 1995 field season J. Hajek supervised a trenching,
geophysical and geochemical sampling program on all 3 claim groups. In 1996 West Lake
optioned an interest in the Iota and Ruby claims to Montoro Resources Inc which drilled 11
diamond drill holes (1 117 m) later in the summer. In Jul/96 D. Hajek restaked Ruby cl 33-34 as
Snake cl 9-10 (YB65541).
GEOLOGY
A weak skarn has developed along the margin of a diorite sill associated with a Middle
Proterozoic breccia body cutting Middle Proterozoic Quartet Group limy argillite and Gillespie
Lake Group orange dolomite. Minor brannerite occurs in fractures cutting the breccia and altered
wallrocks. A linear zone 3 to 12 m wide containing tetrahedrite veinlets extends for a length of
about 100 m. A chip sample from the best portion assayed 0.24% Cu and 10.3 g/t Ag over 3.7 m.
                                                                    MINFILE: 106C 014
                                                                    PAGE:      2 of 3
                                                                    UPDATED: 2000/02/29


   Laznicka described six additional occurrences (12, 13, 37-40) in the vicinity. Occurrences 12
and 13 lie 1 and 2 km to the northwest and consist of chalcopyrite in a breccia matrix.
Occurrences 38 to 40 are situated 2 km to the southwest and consist of chalcopyrite in a breccia
matrix and tetrahedrite in veins which cut Middle Proterozoic dolomite. Laznicka's occurrence
37, 1 km to the south, consists of chalcopyrite in a weakly fractured zone within the same unit.
   On the Iota group, Texaco discovered four gold- and/or silver-bearing veins along an east-
trending fault. The veins are of two types: (1) tetrahedrite with pyrite and chalcopyrite in red
weathering siderite; and, (2) tetrahedrite, sphalerite and/or galena in a quartz, calcite and dolomite
gangue. The best assays were obtained from a 1.0 m wide quartz vein that was traced in trenches
for 7 m along strike and contains native gold, galena, sphalerite and tetrahedrite. Selected
specimens assayed up to 411.4 g/t Au, 82.3 g/t Ag, 5.9% Cu, 21.2% Pb and 5.5% Zn.
    Assays by Texaco in 1981 and released in 1993 by Golden Unicorn Mining Corp. include 925
g/t Au and 101 g/t Ag from grab samples of vein material, and 443 g/t Au and 90 g/t Ag from
veins in talus.
   The Ram claims are mainly underlain by Lower Proterozoic Gillespie Lake Group rocks.
Mineralization appears to consist of high grade gold, silver and cobalt veins associated with
diorite dykes and stocks.
   On the Iota and Ruby claims Hajek appears to have concentrated his efforts towards the
gold/silver veins previously discovered by Texaco. Hajek obtained assay results similar to those
reported by Texaco.
    The 1996 drilling program was carried out on Iota claims #17 and # 19 (YA43435 , 37) and
was focused on testing the downdip potential of several of the high grade gold veins encountered
in surface trenches. The drilling program confirmed that the mineralization on the Iota claims is
restricted to shallow surface zones located within fault structures and brecciated zones that cut
massive dolomite. All of the holes intersected either diorite dykes of varying lengths followed by
massive dolomite or massive limestone. The two best holes were 03 and 06 both of which
returned 1.5 m intersections grading 1 645 ppb Au and 1 634 ppb Au respectively. All other
intersection returned background or only slightly elevated values for gold.
REFERENCES
ANVIL RESOURCES LTD, Apr/96. Assessment Report #093509 by J.H. Hajek.

BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Sep/68. Prospectus Report by A.R. Archer.

CYPRUS GOLD (CANADA) LTD, Sep/88. Assessment Report *#092519 by J. Cuttle.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 77-1a, p.435.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 91 Jul/93; 27 Jul/93.

MONTORO RESOURCES INC, Jan/97. Assessment Report #093523 by D. Mattila and R. A.
Doherty.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1998. Geological map of Delores Creek map
area, Wernecke Mountains, Yukon (106C/14). Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Geoscience Map 1998-11, scale 1:50 000.
                                                           MINFILE: 106C 014
                                                           PAGE:      3 of 3
                                                           UPDATED: 2000/02/29


THORKELSON, D.J. 1998. Geology of the Slats Creek, Fairchild Lake and Dolores Creek map
areas, Yukon (106 D/16, 106C/13, 106C/14). Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Bulletin (?). In Press.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 185-186; 1983, p. 228-229.

ZELON ENTERPRISES LTD, Dec/81. Assessment Report *#090895 by J.H. Hajek.

ZELON ENTERPRISES LTD, Apr/96. Assessment Report #093511 by J. H. Hajek.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 015
                                                                  PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                  UPDATED: 1998/03/05


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 015                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: AIRSTRIP                               LATITUDE: 64º 54' 48'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 18' 24'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
AIR
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Mammoth cl (Y6719) in Jun/67 by Nordex El, which carried out soil sampling and a
magnetic survey late in the year and transferred the property to a new company, Bonnet Plume
River ML, in 1968.
   Restaked as Air cl (Y69043) in Apr/73 by Cypress EL, which carried out mapping and hand
trenching in 1973 and additional hand trenching in 1975 and 1976 and changed its name to
Pacific Cypress Res. L in 1977.
   Restaked in 1994 as part of a group of Dolores cl 49-78 (YB22529) by Pamicon
Developments Ltd and Equity Engineering Ltd. The claims were added to an earlier group of
Dolores claims (1-48) which had been optioned by International Prism Exploration Ltd. In Jul/95
the claims were transferred to Newmont Mines Ltd which funded a work program consisting of
soil and rock sampling and detailed geological mapping.
GEOLOGY
The claims lie in the Wernecke Mountains, which are cored by 14 000 m of generally fine-
grained terrigenous and carbonate rocks of Middle Proterozoic age that are cut by hematite
breccia and intruded by mafic sills and dykes. The succession, named Wernecke Supergroup, is
divided in three groups (oldest to youngest): Fairchild Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie
Lake Group. To the east and south, Middle to Late Proterozoic Pinguicula Group unconformably
overlies the Wernecke Supergroup. Paleozoic carbonate rocks bound the western margin, and
Cretaceous and Tertiary sediments of the Bonnet Plume Basin fill the area to the north.
   To the east, the Wernecke Supergroup is juxtaposed against younger rocks along the
southeast-trending Richardson Fault array which is interpreted to represent deep-seated, long
lived, vertical structures which have undergone considerable vertical, and possibly right-lateral
movement.
   Geological maps by Pamicon and Equity, show the Dolores claims underlain by extensively
folded and faulted strata of the Pinguicula, Gillespie Lake, Quartet and Fairchild Lake groups. All
but the Pinguicula Group (?) have been intruded by Wernecke breccia and diorite and syenite
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stocks. Faults including strike-slip faults with multiple generations of low angle slickensides
juxtapose the major groups against each other.
   Bonnet Plume River ML reported a body of Wernecke breccia on the south bank of the North
Fork of Dolores Creek. It contained minor disseminated chalcopyrite and magnetite. A ground
magnetic survey indicated that the showing could extend south under a thin cover of glacial till.
A representative specimen assayed 0.2% Cu.
REFERENCES
BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Aug/68. Assessment Report by F.M. Smith.

INTERNATIONAL PRISM EXPLORATION LTD, Feb/94. Assessment Report #093182 by D.
Caulfield et al.

NEWMONT EXPLORATION LTD, Dec/95. Assessment Report #093370 by K.A. Owerko.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 016
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                 UPDATED: 2000/02/29


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 016                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: MUELLER                                LATITUDE: 64º 53' 6'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 27' 29'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BL, BLOOM, LAD
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Lad & Ent cl (Y32402) in Apr/69 and acquired by Vulcan ML, which prospected the
claims in 1970. Restaked as Lad cl (Y57423) in March/72 by Cypress Res L, which added
additional Lad cl(Y68406) in Aug/72.
   The showing was partially covered by the southeast corner of the Ore cl (Y88612), which was
staked in May/74 by D. Waugh and mapped and sampled later in the year by Phelps Dodge.
    In Oct/94 D & J Hajek staked the Bloom cl 1-38 (YB43576) north of the showing. In Feb/95
Hajek transferred the Bloom claims to West Lake Ltd which carried out a trenching and
prospecting program later in the summer. Hajek staked BL cl 55-62 (YB65749) to the northeast
in Jul/96.
GEOLOGY
Several small chalcopyrite showings are associated with limy argillite belonging to the Lower
Proterozoic Fairchild Lake Group. One showing containing disseminated chalcopyrite was
reported to have a length of 45 to 60 m. Thorkelson and Wallace (1995) reported that the
mineralization is similar to that found in and around other breccia zones located in the immediate
vicinity of the occurrence.
REFERENCES
CYPRESS RESOURCES LTD, Apr/72. Prospectus Report by R.S. Adamson.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 15 Sep/72.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1995. Geology and mineral occurrences of the
"Dolores Creek" map area (106C/14), Wernecke Mountains, northeastern Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1994. Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 19-30.
                                                              MINFILE: 106C 016
                                                              PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                              UPDATED: 2000/02/29


THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1995. Geological map of the "Delores Creek map
area (106C/14), Wernecke Mountains, northeastern Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services
Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs, Canada Open File 1995-6 (G). - Preliminary Copy.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1998. Geological map of Dolores Creek map
area, Wernecke Mountains, Yukon (106C/14). Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Geoscience Map 1998-11, scale 1:50 000.

WEST LAKE LTD, Mar/96. Assessment Report #093510 by J.H. Hajek.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 017                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: DOBBY                                  LATITUDE: 64º 52' 44'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 21' 16'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BLOOM, ELK, KEY
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Lad cl (Y57435) in Mar-Aug/72 by Cypress Res L. Restaked as Elk cl (YA14479) in
Nov/76 by Mountaineer ML and optioned to Pan Ocean OL, which explored with mapping and
geochem surveys in 1977 and 1978, radiometric and VLF-EM surveys in 1979, and hand
trenching in 1980. Mountaineer changed its name to Can Ml Corp in 1979 and Pan Ocean's
interest was transferred to Aberford Res L in 1982.
   In Oct/94 D & J Hajek restaked the showing within the Key cl 1-38 (YB43466). The Hajeks
also staked the Bloom cl 1-38 (YB43576) to the northwest at the same time. In Feb/95 the Hajeks
transferred the Bloom and Key claims to West Lake Ltd which carried out a trenching and
prospecting program later in the summer.
GEOLOGY
Narrow lenses and disseminations of chalcopyrite occur in at least four showings within Fairchild
Lake and Quartet Group argillite and dolomite (Lower Proterozoic). Disseminated chalcopyrite
and brannerite occur near the core of a 50 by 15 m Middle Proterozoic breccia body. A chip
sample taken across a 1 by 0.6 m area of high radioactivity readings assayed 0.38% Cu and
0.012% U3O8.
REFERENCES
CYPRESS RESOURCES LTD, Apr/72. Prospectus Report by R.S. Adamson.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1977, p. 41; 1978, p. 13.

MOUNTAINEER MINES LTD, Jan/79. Assessment Report #090424 by C.K. Ikona and M.A.
Stammers.

MOUNTAINEER MINES LTD AND PAN OCEAN OIL LTD, 1981. Assessment Report
#090819 by D.L. Dick and D.B. Harmeson.
                                                              MINFILE: 106C 017
                                                              PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                              UPDATED: 2000/02/29


PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD, 1981. Assessment Report #090585 by C.K. Ikona and
D.A. Yeager.

PAN OCEAN OIL LTD, 1977. Assessment Report #090283 by C.K. Ikona and D.A. Yeager.

THORKELSON, D.J. and WALLACE, C.A., 1995. Geology and mineral occurrences of the
Dolores Creek map area (106C/14), Wernecke Mountains, northeastern Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1994. Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 19-30.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1995. Geological map of the "Delores Creek map
area (106C/14), Wernecke Mountains, northeastern Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services
Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs, Canada Open File 1995-6 (G). - Preliminary Copy.

THORKELSON, D.J. and WALLACE, C.A., 1998. Geological map of Dolores Creek map area,
Wernecke Mountains, Yukon (106C/14). Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon,
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Geoscience Map 1998-11, scale 1:50 000.

WEST LAKE LTD, Mar/96. Assessment Report #093510 by J.H. Hajek.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 186.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 223-224.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 018                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: KIDNEY                                 LATITUDE: 64º 49' 22'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 52' 29'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CORD, JOLI, OLYMPIC, QMX
WORK HISTORY
Discovered by Cyprus E Corp L in 1968 and first staked as QMY cl (Y97812) in Jul/75 by Corval
Res L. Adjacent Olympic 1-98 cl (YB28634) were staked between July and November, 1992 by
a joint venture consisting of Pamicon Developments Ltd, Equity Engineering Ltd and Westmin
Resources Ltd, which performed mapping, prospecting and geochemical sampling and a
reconnaissance mag-VLF survey in 1992. In Jan/94 the joint venture partners transferred 100 %
interest in the claims to Westmin Resources Ltd. Between Jun. and Jul/94 Pamicon drilled four
holes (785 m) on Olympic claims 42,45 and 60 to test a geophysical anomaly, a soil geochemical
anomaly and the mineralization potential of a lense of Wernecke Breccia. The company assayed
for Au, Cu, Co and Ag and measured for magnetic susceptibility and ionizing radiation
(counts/sec using a scintillometer). None of the holes returned economic values.
   Restaked as the Joli 1-126 cl (YB22161) in Jun/93 by Archer, Cathro and Associates (1981)
Ltd and optioned briefly to Kennecott Canada Inc. Kennecott tied on 158 Cord claims
(YB22287) to the west in June and July, 1993 and explored both the Joli and Cord claims with
mapping and geochemistry.
GEOLOGY
Minor chalcopyrite occurs at two locations on the QMY claims, in narrow veinlets cutting Middle
Proterozoic Quartet Group argillite and overlying Gillespie Lake Group orange dolomite. The
Olympic claims cover several Wernecke Breccia bodies cutting Gillespie Group dolomite.
REFERENCES
ELDORADO NUCLEAR LTD, Nov/79. Assessment Report #090517 by C.J. Riley.

KENNECOTT CANADA INC., Mar/94. Assessment Report #093193 by R. Hulstein.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENT LTD., Oct/94. Assessment Report #093222 by D. Caulfield.
                                                              MINFILE: 106C 018
                                                              PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                              UPDATED: 1996/02/19


THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Dec/92. Assessment Report #093116 by D.A. Caulfield.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 019
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                                                                UPDATED: 1998/03/05


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 019                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\11
NAME: CORN                                     LATITUDE: 64º 38' 22'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 133º 14' 27'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CAN, HW, PING
WORK HISTORY
Float from these showings was found in 1968 by Cyprus E Corp. L. It was first staked as PING
cl (Y86146) in March/74 by Bow River Res L & Highhawk ML, which conducted mapping, hand
trenching and geochemical surveys and acquired the adjoining HW and CAN cl (Y87798) from
D. Waugh later in the year. Following hand trenching and an IP survey, Cominco optioned the
property in Jul/75 and drilled 7 holes (525.5 m) later in the year. Adjoining claims staked in
Mar/74 include NET cl (Y86400), of Grandora EL to the north and DJ cl (Y86690) of Cons.
Standard ML and Yukon Gold Placer L to the southwest, both of which were explored in 1974
with mapping and geochemical sampling.
    The option was transferred in 1976 to Coast Copper ML, which performed EM surveys and
drilled 6 holes (465.6 m). In 1971, Grandora EL changed its name to Dora EL. In 1979,
Highhawk changed its name to Newhawk Gold ML.
  In Sept/95 P. Hajek staked Tet cl 1-2 (YB65010), Strata cl 7-8 (YB65012) and Nib cl 1-10
(YB65020) around the occurrence. In Oct/95 Hajek staked Strata cl 1-6 (YB65072).
GEOLOGY
On the PING and HW groups, three galena-sphalerite zones occur within a 320 m thick carbonate
unit of Late Proterozoic age, overlain by shale and carbonate that consists of a lower dolomite-
limestone- quartzite-siltstone unit and an upper dolomite-conglomerate unit, separated by an
angular conformity.
   The main showing (Zone 1), which lies 91 m above the base of the lower unit, consists of
massive sulphide mineralization that has been brecciated and cemented with secondary dolomite.
The zone is about 11 m thick and 38 m long, terminated at either end by minor faults. A chip
sample assayed 24% Pb, 11.3% Zn and 150.9 g/t Ag. Five holes tested the zone, two of which
intersected 10 m of 7.9% Pb, 14.8% Zn, 61.7 g/t Ag and 5.5 m of 13.9% Pb, 1.3% Zn, 68.6 g/t
Ag. One of the other holes cut a 3 m section grading 3.9% Pb and 9.9% Zn, while the others
were blank.
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    Zone 2 occurs 45 m stratigraphically above Zone 1 and consists of pods of massive sphalerite
and disseminated galena in the matrix of a dolomite breccia. Its dimensions are uncertain because
it occurs only as float, but a chip sample over a length of 15.2 m assayed 15.8% Pb, 4.7% Zn and
106.3 g/t Ag. Two drill holes cut only weak mineralization.
  The third zone consists of massive sphalerite float stratigraphically above the other zones.
Two holes were drilled in an IP anomaly and one of these returned 6.2% Pb and 5.7% Zn over 1.2
m. On the Net group, galena occurs in calcite veins cutting both the upper and lower units and
weak sphalerite and galena are disseminated in dolomite float.
   A quartz vein 2.1 m wide containing 2 to 3% Cu cuts black shale 1.6 to 4.8 km to the
northeast.
REFERENCES
BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD and HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report
*#061196 by R. Darney and C.K. Ikona.

BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD and HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, Jan/76. Assessment Report
*#061319 by D. Peel.

BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD AND HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, Feb/75. Assessment
Report #061490 by J.W. MacLeod.

COMINCO LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#090024 by M.S. Travis.

COMINCO LTD, Sep/76. Assessment Reports #091300 by M.S. Travis.

COMINCO LTD, Sep/76. Assessment Reports #091301 by M.S. Travis.

CONSOLIDATED STANDARD MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061200 by C.K.
Ikona and T. L. Sadlier-Brown.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 17 Dec/74.

GRANDORA EXPLORATIONS LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061219 by J.R. Deighton.

HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, Feb/75. Vancouver Stock Exchange Open File Report by J.W.
MacLeod.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 52-54; 1975, p. 51-54; 1976, p. 122.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 020
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 020                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: GOZ                                      LATITUDE: 64º 25' 43'' N
STATUS: DEPOSIT                                LONGITUDE: 132º 32' 47'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

OTHER NAME(S): BARRIER REEF
MAJOR COMMODITIES: ZINC
MINOR COMMODITIES: IRON, CADMIUM, SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
GOZ
WORK HISTORY
Originally staked as 192 Goz, Gin, Al, etc cl (Y70006) between July and Sep/73 by Barrier Reef
Resources Ltd, which carried out prospecting, geological mapping and rock geochemical
sampling in 1973. The property was subsequently optioned by Conwest Exploration Company
Ltd which carried out geological mapping and drilled 20 holes (2 023.6 m) in 1974 and soil
geochemical sampling, geological mapping and drilled 35 holes (4 195.3 m) in 1975.
  The property was transferred to MFC Mining Finance Corporation and then to Fairfield
Minerals Ltd in 1987.
GEOLOGY
Sphalerite, often totally oxidized to smithsonite, occurs with quartz, lesser amounts of galena and
minor pyrite and boulangerite in a flat-lying, grey, thick bedded, porous, partly pisolitic and
sandy dolomitized limestone unit 762 m thick that is assigned to the uppermost middle member
of the Proterozoic Backbone Ranges Formation. The favourable unit can be traced for a length of
8 km and a width of up to 3.2 km.
   Mineralization occurs as the matrix in silicified and brecciated beds, filling vugs and cross
fractures, disseminated in coarsely crystalline horizons, and as the banded matrix of cross-bedded
sandstone horizons, and displays both stratigraphic and tectonic controls. Mineralization was
controlled initially by primary and secondary porosity, was later upgraded by tectonic brecciation
and paleokarsting along faults with concomitant remobilization and was subsequently modified
by supergene alteration during the Laramide uplift.
   The principal showings occur over a length of 1 340 m within an upper dolomite layer 107 m
thick that dips 5-10˚ south. Other showings have been found at a second horizon 122 m lower in
the section.
    The 1974 drilling roughly outlined about 1 360 777 million tonnes grading 10% sulfide Zn
and 3% oxide and carbonate Zn in a linear, steep-walled mass of collapse breccia about 30 m
wide, with stratiform wings that average 6 m thick. The deposit is surrounded by irregular zones
of lower grade disseminated mineralization. The sphalerite ranges from white to pale yellow
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(turkey fat ore) to honey brown to red. The 1975 work tested other zones and generally returned
lower grades.
   In 1989, Fairfield apparently recalculated the resource inventory for the deposit and reported
an open pittable reserve of 2 494 758 million tonnes averaging 11% Zn (GCNL, 19 May/89).
REFERENCES
BARRIER REEF RESOURCES LTD, Aug/74. Assessment Report #061056 by C.M. Hamilton.

BARRIER REEF RESOURCES LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#091702 by T. Terriff and R.
Lennox.

CONTRUBUTIONS TO GEOLOGY OF NWT, 1984, p. 95-106.

CONWEST EXPLORATION COMPANY LTD, Dec/74. Assessment Report #061075 by C.G.
Verley.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 75-1A, p. 240.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 19 May/89.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1973, p. 23-24; 1974, p. 23-24; 1975, p. 44-47; 1976, p. 6-19.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 021
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 021                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: HARRISON                                 LATITUDE: 64º 23' 57'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 132º 49' 22'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

OTHER NAME(S): HARRISON CREEK
MAJOR COMMODITIES: ZINC
MINOR COMMODITIES: LEAD, SILVER, CADMIUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BOB
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Bob, etc cl (Y69424) in Jul/73 by Barrier Reef Res L, which carried out mapping and
geochem sampling later in the year and optioned the property early in 1974 to Great Plains Dev
C, Giant Yellowknife ML and Kennco, which drilled 395.6 m in 5 holes later in the year and
carried out mapping, further sampling, an IP survey, and about 6 holes (1131.4 m) in 1975.
   The adjoining Fun cl (Y85540) were staked in Sep/73 by Yukon Revenue ML and were
optioned to Coast Copper ML, a Cominco subsidiary, which conducted mapping and geochem
sampling in 1974 and drilled 3 holes (213.7 m) in 1975. Great Plains changed its name to Norcen
Energy Res L and Cominco dropped its option in 1976.
GEOLOGY
Sphalerite and pyrite with lesser amounts of galena occur with quartz in the matrix of two
conformable collapse breccia zones in grey Late Proterozoic dolomite about 610 m
stratigraphically below the Mueller showing. The breccia zones are 9 m and 37 m thick,
respectively, strike northwest and dip 65 to the northeast.
   Rock chips collected across the showing, representing a stratigraphic thickness of about 10.7
m, averaged 2.6% Zn, 0.2% Pb, 0.01% Cd, and trace Ag. The best intersection in 1974 was 52.1
m of 2% Zn, including 8.5 m grading 4% Zn. The 1975 drilling gave disappointing results.
REFERENCES
COMINCO LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061055 by M.S. Travis.

COMINCO LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#091296 by M.S. Travis.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 10 Aug/73, 4 Dec/73, 25 Feb/74, 27 Jan/75.

GREAT PLAINS DEVELOPMENT COMPANY OF CANADA, 1974. Assessment Report
*#061097 by R. Durfeld, O.S. Hairsine and C.G. Verley.
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                                                        UPDATED: 1992/05/31


MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1973, p. 24; 1974, p. 32-33, 41-42; 1975, p. 42.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 022
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 022                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: CYPRESS                                  LATITUDE: 64º 25' 33'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 132º 55' 51'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CYP
WORK HISTORY
Staked in August/73 as 120 CYR, etc. cl (Y40109) by Cypress Res L, which conducted minor
mapping and sampling and drilled three holes (131.4 m) late in the field season. The property
was optioned to Brinco L, which performed mapping and a limited I.P. survey, and drilled 7 holes
(914.4 m) on the upper zone in 1974, and additional mapping, sampling and hand trenching on
the lower zone in 1975 before terminating the option. Cypress changed its name to Pacific
Cypress Mls L in 1977.
GEOLOGY
Low grade sphalerite float, that has been strongly oxidized to smithsonite, is associated with
pyrite, barite and galena and has been traced on surface for a length of 6700 m. It occurs in
fractures and breccia matrix and disseminated as detrital grains with quartz in solution channels
within the upper 122 m of a Late Proterozoic dolomite unit that is overlain by Cambrian shale.
    Surface sampling gave assays of 2.8% Zn across 30 m and 6.7% Zn over 9.1 m. The 1973
drilling was confined to the best surface showing and the only hole that reached the zone assayed
8.3% Zn over 23.8 m, but the 1974 drilling gave disappointing results.
   In 1974, a new zone was found by geochemical sampling and mapping. This zone is about
610 m lower in the section and is probably correlative with the Harrison showing. It consists of
pyrite and sphalerite in a brecciated, zebra striped dolomite but surface sampling indicated
uneconomic grades.
REFERENCES
BRITISH NEWFOUNDLAND EXPLORATION LTD, Jan/76. Assessment Report *#090066 by
K.B. McHale.

CYPRESS RESOURCES LTD, 1973. Assessment Report *#060912 by A. Floyd and G.C.
Gutrath.
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                                                        UPDATED: 1992/05/31


CYPRESS RESOURCES LTD, Feb/74. Vancouver Stock Exchange Open File Report by G.C.
Gutrath.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 75-1A, p. 240.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1973, p. 25; 1974, p. 42-43; 1975, p. 41-43.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 023
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 023                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: COB                                      LATITUDE: 64º 46' 15'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 133º 1' 53'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

OTHER NAME(S): CORN CREEK PROPERTY
MAJOR COMMODITIES: ZINC
MINOR COMMODITIES: CADMIUM, LEAD, SILVER
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ROB ETC.
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Rob, etc cl (Y84848) in Aug/73 by Barrier Reef Res L, which conducted mapping and
sampling later in the year and optioned the property in Mar/74 to Cons Coast Silver ML. The
property was explored in 1974 with mapping, soil sampling and one x-ray hole (12 m).
   The adjoining Rain cl (Y85462) to the east were staked in Sep/73 by Pine Lake Mg CL, which
carried out geochem surveys and mapping in 1974, and changed its name to Marge Ent L in 1975.
Coast Silver changed its name to New Coast Silver ML early in 1976.
  Between Sept and Oct/95 the three occurrences were restaked as Red cl 1-20 (YB65052) by J.
Hajek.
GEOLOGY
Three showings found over a length of 3700 m consist of sphalerite and galena in a quartz gangue
with lesser amounts of pyrite and calcite and a trace of tetrahedrite. The mineralization fills vugs
and veins and forms the matrix of fault breccia in grey Lower Cambrian(?) dolomite that strikes
north and dips 25 east.
    Showing No. 1 (on claim TG3) consists of sphalerite and galena in veins from 3 cm to 1.5 m
wide and up to 100 m long. A sample across the best portion of a 1.5 m wide vein assayed 600.0
g/t Ag, 19.5% Pb, 41.8% Zn and 0.09% Cd.
   Showing No. 2 (on claim John 7) consists of mineralized fault breccia and discontinuous
veining within a 120 by 120 m area. A sample across the best part of a 3 m wide breccia zone
assayed 78.9 g/t Ag, 2.6% Pb, 30.7% Zn and 0.06% Cd.
   Showing No. 3 (on the Barb 2 claim) is a 3 m wide vein striking 295 and dipping 75 south
that can be traced for a length of 60 m. A chip sample across the vein assayed 34.3 g/t Ag, 1.4%
Pb, 8.1% Zn and 0.02% Cd. The drill hole tested Showing 3 and returned only traces of
mineralization.
   Pine Lake outlined a zinc anomaly 305 by 1828 m and a lead-zinc anomaly 152 m square.
                                                     MINFILE: 106C 023
                                                     PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                     UPDATED: 1998/03/05


REFERENCES
CONSOLIDATED COAST SILVER MINES LTD, Aug/74. Assessment Report #091700 by
D.W. Tully.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 4 Dec/73; 25 Feb/74; 31 Jul/74.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1973, p. 26; 1974, p. 59.
                                                               MINFILE: 106C 024
                                                               PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                               UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 024                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\9
NAME: ZOG                                      LATITUDE: 64º 31' 56'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 21' 18'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
SUN
WORK HISTORY
Found but not staked in Jul/73 by Barrier Reef Res L. Staked in Feb/74 by A. Harman as the Sun
cl (Y86558).
GEOLOGY
Minor amounts of sphalerite are disseminated in grey dolomite of Ordovician age.
REFERENCES
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 025
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 025                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: GOODMAN                                  LATITUDE: 64º 37' 56'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 32' 12'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
AL
WORK HISTORY
Staked as 240 AL cl (Y88272) in Apr/74 by Pelly River Synd. and optioned in Jun-Aug to Anvil
Mg Corp L., which conducted mapping and geochem sampling. Adjoining claims to the south
staked in Jul-Aug/74 are Wall and Got cl (Y94950) by A. Harman, which were mapped and soil
sampled; Algal cl (Y94916) by C. Toporowski and Sig cl (Y96529) by F. Hughes.
GEOLOGY
Sphalerite and galena occur with calcite in thin veinlets within linear breccia zones that cut
limestone of Siluro-Devonian age. The showings occur near a northeast dipping thrust fault that
has placed Late Proterozoic and Cambrian rocks over a Silurian to Mississippian assemblage.
The best assay was 3.4% Zn and 1.1% Pb across 3 m, while a selected specimen assayed 33.4%
Zn, 5.0% Pb, 27.4 g/t Ag and 0.02% Cu. Traces of chalcopyrite and bornite occur in the
Cambrian rocks.
REFERENCES
ANVIL MINING CORPORATION LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061184 by D. Eaton, R.J.
Cathro and R. Dennett

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 64-65.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 026
                                                                  PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                  UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 026                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: NEST                                     LATITUDE: 64º 34' 42'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                               LONGITUDE: 132º 30' 51'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

OTHER NAME(S): BAR
MAJOR COMMODITIES: ZINC
MINOR COMMODITIES: LEAD
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
AXE, BAR, NEST
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Axe cl(Y86478) in Feb/74 and Nest cl (Y89141) in Jul/74 by Arctic Red JV (Welcome
North, Utah, Int Mogul, Dupont of Can EL and Bethlehem Copper) which carried out mapping
and sampling.
   Canorex Dev L staked the adjoining Bar cl (Y88096) in April and explored with mapping, soil
and rock sampling.
   The adjoining Pit cl (Y96505) were staked to the east in Aug/74 by F. Hughes.
GEOLOGY
On the Arctic Red property, mineralized float was found at two distinct horizons. Colloform
sphalerite and smithsonite, with minor galena and pyrite, rim calcite-filled vugs and breccia zones
in algal reefs of Siluro-Devonian age. On the Axe group, the mineralization was traced for a
length of 427 m. Another zone of similar mineralization 6 to 12 m thick was found at a lower
elevation near the valley floor and was traced for a length of 610 m. Other scattered occurrences
were also reported.
   Similar mineralization was found on the Bar group, where five showings within a length of
1372 m contain sphalerite and a trace of galena which replace fragments in algal reefs and form
veinlets in breccia zones. Chisholm reported that a chip sample over a true thickness of 6 m
assayed 21.5% Zn.
REFERENCES
CANOREX DEVELOPMENTS LTD, Jun/74. Vancouver Stock Exchange Open File Report by
E.O. Chisholm.

HARMAN MANAGEMENT LTD, Apr/75. Assessment Report *#061226 by E.O. Chisholm.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 75-1A, p. 241.
                                                      MINFILE: 106C 026
                                                      PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                      UPDATED: 1992/05/31


MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 33-35.

WELCOME NORTH MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061277 by J.S. Brock and J.D.
Guild.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 027
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                 UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 027                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: TOPOROWSKI                               LATITUDE: 64º 40' 35'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                               LONGITUDE: 132º 40' 20'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ETC, GYR
WORK HISTORY
Old claim posts for which claim records have not been found occur 3.2 km southeast. Staked as
GYR and ETC cl (Y95701) in Aug-Sep/74 by the Harman 1974 Synd (Camflo ML, Highland
Mercury ML, Ram Pet L, United Siscoe ML, United Hearne Res L and Yellowknife Bear ML).
   The adjoining AL 169-240 cl (Y88272) were staked in Apr/74 by Pelly River Synd., explored
under option during June-August with mapping and geochem sampling by Anvil Mg Corp L, and
optioned to Monore Met Corp., which tied on the Add cl (Y96921) in Sep/74.
   The Harman Synd. conducted mapping and geochem sampling in 1975 and trenching in 1976.
The GYR group was restaked as GYR cl (YA17322) in Oct/77 by A. Harman and was transferred
in 1980 to Arctic Red Res Corp.
GEOLOGY
Yellow sphalerite, calcite and galena form breccia matrix and fill fractures in carbonate of the
Silurian-Devonian Delorme Formation, which is thrust against quartzite and slate of the Late
Proterozoic Sheepbed Formation. The carbonate unit is made up of fossiliferous grey limestone
and a conglomerate composed of rounded fragments of grey limestone and occasional
stromatalites and horn corals that make up 85% of the rock, in a matrix of black micrite. The
fragments range from a few millimetres to over 30 cm in diameter.
   The main mineralized area is about 300 m long and 60 m wide. Trenching gave chip sample
assays of 3.5% Zn and 0.4% Pb across 1.5 m and 3.3% Zn and 0.01% Pb across 3 m. A grab
sample assayed 10.3% Zn, 3.7% Pb and 1.4 g/t Ag.
REFERENCES
HARMAN SYNDICATE, 1974. Assessment Report *#090022 by R.J. Darney and C.K. Ikona.

HARMAN SYNDICATE, 1976. Assessment Report *#090145 by C.K. Ikona and D.A. Yeager.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1975, p. 47-48; 1976, p. 121.
                                                                   MINFILE: 106C 028
                                                                   PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                   UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 028                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\8
NAME: ANGLO                                    LATITUDE: 64º 25' 14'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                LONGITUDE: 132º 14' 11'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
HA, LIZ
WORK HISTORY
Staked as HA cl (Y85034) in Aug/73 by Spectroair EL, which optioned the claims late in the year
to Cominco. Adjoining claims include LIZ cl (Y69694) of Acheron ML to the northwest and A
and B cl (Y86778) of Anglo Western ML to the southeast. In 1974, Cominco and Acheron
carried out geochem sampling and mapping. In 1976, Acheron ML changed its name to Pan
Acheron Res L.
GEOLOGY
The claims lie in a low area with little outcrop that is crossed by major faults which separate Late
Proterozoic clastic rocks and dolomite to the southwest from Cambrian and younger sedimentary
rocks to the northeast. The only mineralization reported was a trace of smithsonite in carbonate
float immediately west of the boundary between the Liz 9 and 10 claims.
REFERENCES
ACHERON MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061026 by F. Holcapek and J. Deighton.

ACHERON MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061481 by H.J. Toohey.

COMINCO LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061000 by S.B. Butrenchuk.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 38, 40.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 029
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 029                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\8
NAME: MONITOR                                  LATITUDE: 64º 23' 59'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                LONGITUDE: 132º 27' 40'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
PLU
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Aug/73 as DU cl (Y69790) by Rackla River ML and Monitor Res L and NAD cl
(Y68870) by Sicintine ML to the west, and as NAD cl (Y69830) by M. McCormick and PLU cl
(Y69750) by Welcome North ML to the east. In 1974, the PLU group was optioned by GBX ML
and all owners except McCormick explored with mapping and soil sampling. Aero Mine
Services added the Pat cl (Y96016) to the south in Aug/74.
   Most of the NAD group was restaked as LSE cl (Y97289) in Mar/75 by New Minex Res L and
the remainder was transferred to Action Res L in Dec/78. Rackla changed its name to North
Atlantic Res L in 1976.
GEOLOGY
Many of these claims occur in the floor of a valley with little outcrop. Mapping showed the
presence of phyllitic shale on the Nad group and shale, sandstone and carbonate on the DU group.
No mineralization was found but two large zinc-lead anomalies were outlined on the PLU group.
REFERENCES
GBX MINES LTD, Nov/74. Assessment Report *#061094 by G.C. Gutrath.

HARMAN MANAGEMENT LTD, Mar/75. Assessment Report *#061223 by C.K. Ikona.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 25, 33, 35-36.

SICINTINE MINES LTD, 1973. Assessment Report *#061163 by R.E. Chaplin.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 030
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                 UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 030                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\8
NAME: GUS                                      LATITUDE: 64º 26' 34'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 21' 35'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
GUS
WORK HISTORY
Staked Aug/74 as GUS cl (Y69666) by Serem L on behalf of Bergminex Assoc JV (Boliden
Aktiebolag, Preussag Ag Metall, Hillman Group and Serem L), which carried out mapping and
geochem sampling in 1974. Adjoining claims staked at that time include LIZ cl (Y69686) of
Cream Silver, LIZ cl (Y69718) of Command Res L and Tye cl (Y69892) of Belmoral ML and
Maverick Mountain ML to the south.
   The adjoining Oro cl (Y88500) of Kariba ML and Dalton Dev L, and Hart cl (Y86606) of
Inland Copper ML, were tied on the north in May/74. The Cream and Belmoral claims were
explored with mapping in 1974.
GEOLOGY
On the GUS group, sphalerite occurs in two horizons 6 m apart, separated by quartzite, near the
top of the Backbone Ranges Formation dolomite. The mineralization occurs with quartz and
calcite in crystal-lined vugs. Minor galena occurs in fractures.
   Both Command Resources and Cream Silver outlined lead-zinc geochem anomalies. Cream
discovered several areas of sphalerite-bearing float and traced it to bedrock in one place. The
best selected sample assayed 3.3% Zn. No anomalies were found on the TYE claims.
REFERENCES
BELMORAL MINES LTD, 1973. Assessment Report *#061136 by H.J. Toohey.

BELMORAL MINES LTD, Oct/74. Assessment Report #061192 by F. Holcapek.

CREAM SILVER MINES LTD, Oct/74. Assessment Report *#061078 by F. Holcapek.

CREAM SILVER MINES LTD AND COMMAND RESOURCES LTD, Aug/74. Assessment
Report #061002 by F. Holcapek.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 36-69.
                                                          MINFILE: 106C 030
                                                          PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                          UPDATED: 1992/05/31



SEREM LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061005 by P.F. Tegart.

SMITH, H., Oct/74. Assessment Report *#061006 by F. Holcapek.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 031
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                 UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 031                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: GENTRY                                   LATITUDE: 64º 26' 56'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                               LONGITUDE: 132º 30' 16'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BID, RYE
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Aug/73 as Bid cl (Y69959) by Sicintine ML, as Bid and Rye cl (Y69964) by Action
Res L; as Rye cl (Y83825) by Claymore Res L; and as Bid cl (Y69952) by Gentry 0 & GL and
Granger Pet L. In 1974, Sicintine, Action, Claymore and Gentry conducted mapping and soil
sampling and Benmac Holdings added the Zip cl (Y86658) to the north.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover Cambrian rocks which overlie the dolomite unit that hosts the Goz deposit.
Sicintine reported smithsonite and quartz filling fractures in dolomite of the Sekwi Formation.
The best grab sample assayed 29% Zn and a chip sample across 12.1 m assayed 2.7% Zn. No
showings were found on the Claymore claims although a broad zinc anomaly was reported.
Gentry located low grade zinc oxide in quartz veins and silicified breccia zones in dolomite while
Action located discontinuous zones of sphalerite with the best assay returning 3.8% Zn over 1.5
m.
REFERENCES
ACTION RESOURCES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report #061146 by C.M. Hamilton.

CLAYMORE RESOURCES LTD, Apr/75. Assessment Report #061072 by C.M. Hamilton.

HARMAN EXPLORATIONS LTD, Apr/75. Assessment Report *#061221 by C.K. Ikona and
T.L. Sadlier-Brown.

HARMAN MANAGEMENT LTD, 1974. Assessment Report #061125 by T.L. Sadlier-Brown
and C.K. Icona.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 24-28.

SICINTINE MINES LTD, 1973. Assessment Reports #061164 by C.M. Hamilton.
                                                       MINFILE: 106C 031
                                                       PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                       UPDATED: 1992/05/31



SICINTINE MINES LTD, Oct/74. Assessment Report #061053 by C.M. Hamilton.

SICINTINE MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Reports #061182 by C.M. Hamilton.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 032
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 032                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: CADET                                    LATITUDE: 64º 28' 12'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 38' 22'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ACE, BF, BH, COR, DICK, KING, TOM
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Aug/73 as COR cl (Y84910) by Cons Coast Silver ML. Adjoining claims staked in
Aug-Nov/73 include DICK cl (Y84962) by QC EL; TOM cl (Y85970) by Bullion Mountain Mg
L and Cadet Res L; TOM cl (Y85902) by Hitec Dev CL, KING cl (Y88468) by Pan Arctic EL;
BF cl (Y87918) by D. Waugh; and ACE cl (Y85822) by Chatex Ind L. During 1974, geological
mapping and soil sampling were performed by Chatex, Bullion Mountain and QC.
  The northwest corner of the ACE group was restaked as BH cl (Y97382) in May/75 by O.
Hairsine.
GEOLOGY
Several small showings were reported, including one on the COR group. The showings consist of
sphalerite, galena and pyrite on fractures cutting Lower Cambrian dolomite. On the DICK group,
sphalerite occurs with quartz over a length of 152 m and a stratigraphic thickness of 30 m within
Lower Cambrian dolomite.
   Chatex reported a chip sample taken in a gossan area 15 m by 9 m assayed 9.9% Zn. The
mineralization consists of smithsonite and quartz filling fractures near a widespread zinc
anomaly. Traces of galena and sphalerite were also reported in quartz veins cutting Sekwi
Formation dolomite on the TOM group.
REFERENCES
BULLION MOUNTAIN MINING COMPANY LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#062021 by
D.W. Tully.

CHATEX INDUSTRIES LTD, 1973. Assessment Report *#061141 by R.E. Chaplin.

CHATEX INDUSTRIES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061145 by C.M. Hamilton.

HARMAN MANAGEMENT LTD, Apr/75. Assessment Report *#061222 by C.K. Ikona.
                                                    MINFILE: 106C 032
                                                    PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                    UPDATED: 1992/05/31


HARMAN MANAGEMENT LTD, Oct/74. Assessment Report *#061224 by C.K. Ikona.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 29, 46.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 033
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                 UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 033                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: CARDIGAN                                 LATITUDE: 64º 26' 50'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                LONGITUDE: 132º 46' 45'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BOX, HD, MX, PESO
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Aug/73-May/74 as HD cl (Y85090) by Tacoma Res L.; Harry cl (Y85010) by Lion
ML; Gap cl (Y87754) by Whipsaw ML; MX cl (Y88546) by Swim Lake ML; Peso cl (Y88484)
by Nicola Copper ML; and Box and June cl(Y88719) by Junex Res L.
   All claims except the Harry group were explored with mapping and geochem sampling in
1974 and 1975. Junex changed its name to C.T. Exploranda L in 1976.
GEOLOGY
A major fault strikes northwest through the centre of the claims, separating Silurian-Devonain
sedimentary rocks to the southwest from Late Proterozoic shale and Cambrian dolomite to the
northeast. No mineralization was found, and the only zinc anomalies were on the HD group.
REFERENCES
HARMAN MANAGEMENT LTD, Mar/75. Assessment Report *#061098 by C.K. Ikona.

JUNEX RESOURCES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061240 by D.H. Waugh.

LION MINES LTD, 1973. Assessment Report *#061162 by H.A. Quinn.

LION MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061480 by C.K. Ikona.

LION MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061840 by C.K. Ikona.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 43-45.

NICOLA COPPER MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061242 by C.K. Ikona and T.L.
Sadlier-Brown.

TACOMA RESOURCES LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#061268 by E.O. Chisholm.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 034
                                                                  PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                  UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 034                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: LOG                                      LATITUDE: 64º 22' 41'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 39' 23'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
YK
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Aug-Sep/73 as YK cl (Y70056) by Tournigan Mg L and Zin, etc cl (Y85720) by New
Minex Res L; and in Feb/74 as Log cl (Y87042) by La Ronge Ml L and as Hawk cl (Y87090) by
New Pyramid Gold M Inc (Pyramid ML). In 1974, Tournigan performed geochem sampling,
mapping and hand trenching.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by a Late Proterozoic or Lower Cambrian clastic sequence that contains
local dolomite lenses. On the YK group, a trace of sphalerite occurs with pyrite in the matrix of a
dolomite breccia.
REFERENCES
MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 34.

MINEX DEVELOPMENT LTD, May/74. Assessment Report *#060461 by A.F. Roberts.

TOURNIGAN MINING EXPLORATIONS LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061054 by C.G.
Verley.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 035
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                 UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 035                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: KENDAL                                   LATITUDE: 64º 24' 8'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                LONGITUDE: 132º 57' 3'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BPR, CVO, TRW
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Sep/73 as CVO , BPR and TRW cl (Y85358) by TRV Mls Corp L (Twin River Res L)
and Ramco Ind L; and as a second block of CVO and BPR cl (Y85350) by Kendal Mg L. TRV
and Ramco carried out mapping and geochem sampling in 1974.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by Late Proterozoic shale containing local dolomite lenses. TRV and
Ramco reported a zinc anomaly in the vicinity of brecciated dolomite on the northeast portion of
their property.
REFERENCES
GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 20 Feb/75.

KENDAL MINING AND EXPLORATION LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061228 by J.J.
Oberbillig.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 47-48.

TRV MINERALS CORPORATION LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#061272 by J.J.
Oberbillig.
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                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 036                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\6
NAME: MOUSE                                    LATITUDE: 64º 27' 52'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 133º 10' 46'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BEAR, CAT, JMA, MOUSE
WORK HISTORY
Staked as 128 Bear, Cat and Mouse cl (Y85242) in Sep/73 by Yukon Revenue ML and optioned
during 1974 by Coast Copper ML, a Cominco subsidiary, which carried out mapping, soil
sampling and hand trenching. Adjoining claims staked in Feb-Mar/74 include Mag cl (Y87304)
of Menika Mg L to the south, explored with an airborne Mag-Em survey in 1974 and mapping
and geochem surveys in 1975; Bug and Owl cl (Y87218) of Northern Zinc and Gold Corp L; and
Ink and Wink cl (Y87259) of Olympian Int Res L to the north and west.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by Ordovician-Silurian dolomite, which is in fault contact to the north
with Late Proterozoic shale and dolomite. Traces of sphalerite and galena occur in dolomite at
the northwest end of the Yukon Revenue Property.
REFERENCES
COMINCO LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061020 by M.G. Lomenda.

MENIKA MINING LTD, May/75. Assessment Report *#061244 by D.G. Mark.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 40-41, 49-50.
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                                    YUKON MINFILE
                               YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                     WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 037                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: FRIGSTAD                                 LATITUDE: 64º 40' 54'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 132º 57' 30'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

OTHER NAME(S): IRVINE
MAJOR COMMODITIES: SILVER, LEAD, ZINC
MINOR COMMODITIES: CADMIUM
TRACE COMMODITIES:


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DF, STAR
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Sep/73 as Star cl (Y85544) by Yukon Revenue ML and DF cl (Y85462) by Canwex
EL. Both groups were optioned in 1974 by Cominco, which carried out mapping, soil sampling
and hand trenching on the DF group and drilled one hole (96 m) on the Star 2 claim in 1974, and
performed more mapping, soil sampling, an IP survey and drilled 7 holes (519.4 m) on the DF 24
and 28 claims.
GEOLOGY
Two mineralized zones occur on the Canwex property. Both showings occur in the Keele
Formation which is underlain by quartzite boulder conglomerate, dolomite and shale of the
Rapitan Formation. The Star claim was staked on smithsonite float from the A zone on the DF
claims.
   The A zone on the DF claims is a brecciated shear zone 90 m long containing fine to coarse
grained sphalerite and pyrite with quartz, sparry dolomite and pyrobitumen cementing the breccia
fragments. Surface sampling gave assays of 10.3% Pb, 4.8% Zn and 78.9 g/t Ag across a 3.7 m
width, and 10.8% Pb, 1.9% Zn and 133.7 g/t Ag across 9.1 m in two hand trenches.
   In a second zone (B), 850 m to the south, galena, smithsonite, sphalerite and minor
chalcopyrite and tetrahedrite with veinlets of sparry dolomite are localized along a fault that cuts
dolomite breccia. The mineralization forms a lens 107 m long and up to 18 m thick. The best
surface sample from a trench 18 m long assayed 8% Zn, 2% Pb and 85.7 g/t Ag. A drill hole 27
m below the trench returned less than 2% combined Pb-Zn across a width of less than 3 m. The
best intersection obtained in the drilling was from Hole 1 on the DF 24 claim, which returned
4.6% Zn, 0.2% Pb and 0.01% Cd from 78.6 to 80.1 m.
REFERENCES
COMINCO LTD, Nov/74. Assessment Report #061073 by S.B. Butrenchuk.

COMINCO LTD and EAGLE GEOPHYSICS LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#061315 by J.
Klein and J. Lloyd.
                                                       MINFILE: 106C 037
                                                       PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                       UPDATED: 1992/05/31



COMINCO LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#091693 by M.S. Travis.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 55-57; 1975, p. 50.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 038
                                                                  PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                  UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 038                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\11
NAME: SPECTROAIR                               LATITUDE: 64º 44' 4'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 133º 0' 51'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DEA
WORK HISTORY
Staked as DEA cl (Y85646) in Sep/73 by Spectroair EL, and optioned in 1974 to Cominco, which
carried out soil sampling, mapping and hand trenching in 1974 and drilled 3 holes (336 m) in
1975.
GEOLOGY
Minor amounts of disseminated tetrahedrite, galena and sphalerite fill vugs, fractures and breccia
zones in Late Proterozoic dolomite. All three holes (drilled on DEA 8 and DEA 35 claims)
encountered traces of mineralization throughout. The best assay was 0.25% Pb and 0.9% Zn
from 61 to 67 m in Hole 1.
REFERENCES
COMINCO LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061001 by S.B. Butrenchuk and D.W. Heddle.

COMINCO LTD, Jul/75. Assessment Report #091299 by M.S. Travis for Cominco - FFAC

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 58-59; 1975, p. 55.
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                                                                   PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                   UPDATED: 1998/03/05


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 039                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: PROFEIT                                  LATITUDE: 64º 49' 8'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 133º 3' 27'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DOC
WORK HISTORY
Staked as 150 Doc cl (Y95359) in Aug/74 by Amax EL (Mt Emmons Mg C), which carried out
mapping and geochem sampling in 1974, 1975 and 1978 and added more claims and drilled 5
holes (686 m) in 1981 in a joint venture with Procan EC. Amax transferred its interest to
Canamax Res Inc in 1983.
   In Sept/95 P. and J. Hajek staked Eric cl 1-12 (YB65032) 1 km to the north.
GEOLOGY
Small showings of galena, sphalerite, tetrahedrite, pyrite and marcasite are clustered in a zone
1220 m long within a 300 m section of Late Proterozoic vuggy dolomite. The various types of
mineralization include massive pods, breccia and fracture fillings in shear and sheet-jointed
zones; irregular replacement patches; vug fillings or linings; and stratabound bedding plane and
fracture fillings. The mineralization occurs near a facies change to basinal clastics within the host
unit.
   The largest massive pod of galena, red-green sphalerite and tetrahedrite, 9.4 m long and 8.2 m
wide, assayed 16.8% Zn, 47.2% Pb and 589.7 g/t Ag across 9.4 m. Another sample across a
shear zone gave 6.6% Zn, 3.5% Pb and 68.6 g/t Ag across 6.4 m. The best drill intersection
returned 9.9% Pb, 0.2% Zn and 143 g/t Ag over 2 m.
REFERENCES
AMAX EXPLORATION INC, Jan/76. Assessment Report *#090054 by A.C. Hitchins, J.B.
Alsen and G.M. Leary.

AMAX OF CANADA LTD, 1981. Assessment Report *#090869 by M. McGill.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 60-61; 1975, p. 57-58.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 186.
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                                                                PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 040                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: POO                                      LATITUDE: 64º 49' 18'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 133º 10' 45'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
POO
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Poo cl(Y95848) in Aug/74 by Dynasty EL and transferred to Cyprus Anvil Mg Corp,
which conducted geochem sampling and prospecting in 1975.
GEOLOGY
Minor amounts of sphalerite and galena occur in fault zones cutting Late Proterozoic dolomite.
REFERENCES
                                                               MINFILE: 106C 041
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 041                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: CARNE                                    LATITUDE: 64º 50' 51'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 133º 8' 32'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
EG
WORK HISTORY
Staked as the EG cl (Y94651)in Aug/74 by Dynasty EL, which carried out geochem sampling,
mapping and minor hand trenching in 1975.
   Restaked as Tet 3-8 (YB65014) by J Hajek in Sept/95.
GEOLOGY
Sphalerite and pyrite occur in Late Proterozoic massive, flaggy, black weathering limestone
breccia and dolomitized limestone interbedded with black rusty shale. A chip sample was taken
across the strike of the formation and assays ranged up to 2.2% Zn. The best continuous sample
assayed 1.8% Zn across 15.2 m.
REFERENCES
DYNASTY EXPLORATION LTD, Dec/74. Assessment Report #061207 by P.M. Dean and
R.C. Carne.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 61-62.
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                                                                PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                UPDATED: 1998/06/24


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 042                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: DAN                                      LATITUDE: 64º 54' 46'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 133º 8' 22'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DAN
WORK HISTORY
Staked as the Dan cl (Y95653) in Aug/74 by Amax EL, which carried out prospecting and
mapping. Restaked as Sol cl 1-6 (YB65737) by J. Hajek in Sep/96.
GEOLOGY
Galena and sphalerite occur in veinlets and local breccias within a 244 m thick sequence of
stromatolitic Late Proterozoic dolomite. Two additional occurrences about 2 km to the west are
described by Laznicka (Nos 7 and 8). Occurrence 7 consists of disseminated chalcopyrite in
green Late Proterozoic shale while Occurrence 8 consists of galena, chalcopyrite and pyrite in
weakly fractured Middle Proterozoic dolomite immediately below a major unconformity.
REFERENCES
MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 61.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 77-1a, p.435.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 043                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: DOWSER                                   LATITUDE: 64º 56' 29'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 133º 22' 23'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CAM
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Mac & Otto cl (Y69051) in Mar/73 by Magni Dev L, which added the Mad cl
(Y88678) in May/74, conducted an airborne mag-EM survey and drilled one hole (57.9 m) later
in the year, and transferred the claims to Menika Mg L in 1975.
  Restaked as Cam cl (YA1940) in Apr/76 by Magni Dev L and optioned to New Minex Res L,
which drilled 2 x-ray holes (58.5 m) later in the year on the Cam 3 claim.
GEOLOGY
Minor amounts of vein float have been found, from which selected specimens assay up to 4% Cu,
4% Co, 2.7 g/t Au and 10.3 g/t Ag. The claims are underlain by Middle Proterozoic limy argillite
cut by a few mafic dykes. The drill holes tested geophysical anomalies and were unmineralized.
   A second occurrence is described by Laznicka (No. 24) 2 km to the southwest where
chalcopyrite and cobaltite occur in veinlets cutting bleached Middle Proterozoic argillite near a
breccia contact.
REFERENCES
ETCERERA MANAGEMENT LTD, 1977. Assessment Report *#091302 by L. Sookochoff.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 17 Aug/76.

MENIKA MINING LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061245 by D.G. Mark.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 63.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 77-1a, p.435.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 044                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: LEARY                                    LATITUDE: 64º 49' 2'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 133º 36' 37'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
AUKS, DTG
WORK HISTORY
Staked as DTG cl 1-144 (Y95509) in Aug/74 by Amax Exploration Inc to cover Pb-Zn showings
discovered during followup of a regional sampling program. In 1975, Amax carried out
geological mapping, prospecting and geochemical sampling.
   In Jun/95 M. Stammers staked Auks cl 1-36 (YB64035) 3 km to the west for the Fairchild
Joint Venture (Newmont Exploration Ltd and Westmin Resources Ltd). Pamicon Developments
Ltd and Equity Engineering Ltd were hired by the joint venture group to manage the property. In
the summer of 1995 they carried out geological mapping, prospecting and rock and soil sampling
on the claim block. In Nov/96 Westmin staked Auks cl 37-48 (YB80814) at the south end of the
claim block and in 1997 the Joint Venture drilled seven holes (1 151.23 m).
GEOLOGY
Mapping by Thorkelson and Wallace (1994a and 1998) shows that the occurrence lies in the
Wernecke Mountains, which are cored by 14 000 m of generally fine-grained terrigenous and
carbonate rocks of Middle Proterozoic age that are cut by hematite breccia and intruded by mafic
sills and dykes. The succession, named Wernecke Supergroup, is divided in three groups (oldest
to youngest): Fairchild Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie Lake Group. To the east and
south, Middle to Late Proterozoic Pinguicula Group unconformably overlies the Wernecke
Supergroup. Paleozoic carbonate rocks bound the western margin, and Cretaceous and Tertiary
sediments of the Bonnet Plume Basin fill the area to the north.
   To the east, the Wernecke Supergroup is juxtaposed against younger rocks along the
southeast-trending Richardson Fault array which is interpreted to represent deep-seated, long
lived, vertical structures which have undergone considerable vertical, and possibly right-lateral
movement.
   The DTG claims (which cover the Leary occurrence) are underlain by slaty dolomite of the
Middle Proterozoic Gillespie Lake Group. North trending faults extend from Fairchild Lake to the
north, south along the Bonnet Plume River corridor, past the Leary claims and continue
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southward. Three northwest trending fault splays extend east from the fault across the Leary
claims. Two types of mineralization are present.
   1) Sphalerite with secondary dolomite and minor galena and marcasite occurs in a vein
stockwork within a 120 m stratigraphic interval near the base of the dolomite. Narrow veins
spaced about 10 cm apart occur within sheared and sheet-jointed zones up to 6 m wide within a
300 by 240 m area. Channel samples from separate outcrops in the main showing area returned
assays of up to 1.74% Zn and 0.24% Pb across 6.1 m.
  2) At the southwest end of the claims chalcopyrite, hematite and pyrite are associated with a
Wernecke breccia body cutting Gillespie Lake Group dolomite. The best assay obtained by Amax
was 1.34% Cu and 15.1 g/t Ag across 15 cm. A breccia sample collected by Thorkelson and
Wallace (1994b) assayed 1 463 ppb Au and 1.1% Cu.
   On the Auks claim block Equity and Pamicon found that much of the western half of the
claims is overlain by recent alluvium of the Bonnet Plume River. West of the river, pyrite
veining, disseminating pyrite and strong goethite and jarosite alteration occurs in dolomite and
dolomitic siltstone at several locations.
   East of the Bonnet Plume River, the property is underlain by approximately 1.0 km wide by
more than 2.5 km long northwest trending zone of Wernecke breccia and Gillespie Lake Group
rocks. This breccia zone is bounded both to the east and west by Gillespie Lake Group Dolomitic
sediments. Three breccia types present include heterolithic breccia (BHT), homolithic breccia
predominantly derived from shale (BHM) and homolithic breccia predominantly derived from
dolomitic siltstone (BHMC). Breccias are gradational and fault bounded with one another and
with other rock types. Maroon coloured hematite altered shale and minor diorite also outcrop
within this zone of breccia development.
   Gillespie Lake Group dolomite (DOL) and dolomitic siltstone (DOL1) host the breccia.
Contacts between breccia and these units are not well exposed but where observed, are
gradational or possibly structurally controlled. Both units DOL and DOL1 weather an orange-
brown color and are a light grey color fresh. Dolomitic siltstone outcrops east of the breccia zone,
while dolomite is the more common rock type to the west of this zone. Diorite (DI), which was
mapped at the southeast corner of the claim group, is typically fine grained, dark green, weakly
potassic feldspar and chlorite altered and may host very minor chalcopyrite mineralization.
Northwest and northeast trending (normal ?) faults cross the claim group. Bedding where
observed is variable with no clear structural patterns, striking and dipping moderately to
shallowly in all directions.
   Results of the 1997 drilling, while adequately explaining targeted soil anomalies, were
generally disappointing. The best intersection from the first three holes (Hole LY97-1) was 3 235
ppm Cu and 42 ppb Au over 4.5 m. The remaining four holes targeted a deep seated airborne
magnetic anomaly detected during an airborne survey completed by Newmont. The only hole
(LY97-10) to intersect magnetite bearing core was abandoned early due to undermining of the
platform footing. The magnetic susceptibilities measured from the available core samples were
well below the values required to explain the airborne anomaly.
REFERENCES
AMAX EXPLORATION INC, Jan/76. Assessment Report #090061 by J.B. Alsen and G.M.
Leary

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p.62; 1975, p.55-56
                                                              MINFILE: 106C 044
                                                              PAGE:      3 of 3
                                                              UPDATED: 2002/03/25


NEWMONT EXPLORATION LTD, Jan/96. Assessment Report #093376 by A.T. Montgomery.

NEWMONT EXPLORATION LTD, Feb/68. Assessment Report #093774 by M.A. Stammers.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G). Preliminary Copy.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1998. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake area
(NTS 106 C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Geoscience Map 1998-10.

THORKELSON, D.J., 2000. Geology and mineral occurrences of the Slats Creek, Fairchild Lake
and "Delores Creek" map areas (106 D/16, 106C/13, 106C/14), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon
Territory. Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs
Canada, Bulliten 10, 73p.

YUKON EXPLORATION & GEOLOGY 1995, p. 12.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 045                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\11
NAME: PINGUICULA                                                LATITUDE: 64º 42' 9'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                 LONGITUDE: 133º 21' 5'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
DIANNE
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Dianne cl (Y87473) in March/74 by Magni Dev L. The BP cl (Y87782) were staked at
the same time about 4.8 km to the southwest by R. Cameron.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover a faulted sequence of Late Proterozoic carbonate rocks, slate and quartzite.
REFERENCES
                                                               MINFILE: 106C 046
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 046                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\11
NAME: CANWEX                                   LATITUDE: 64º 38' 51'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                               LONGITUDE: 133º 6' 17'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BALLS, SAM, WX
WORK HISTORY
Staked as WX cl (Y86328) in Jan/74 by Canwex EL and optioned during 1974 by Cominco,
which carried out mapping and soil sampling. The CP cl (Y87766) were staked 3.2 km to the
northeast in Mar/74 by R. Cameron.
   In 1975, Canwex optioned its claims to Northern Eagle ML (Green Eagle ML) & Westwind
ML, which added more WX cl (Y98224). Bow River Res L & Highhawk ML added the BALLS
and SAM cl (Y97279) to the southeast in Mar-Jul/75 and performed a small geochem survey
prior to optioning the claims to Cominco in July. Cominco performed mapping and geochem
surveys in 1975 and hand trenching in 1976.
GEOLOGY
Sphalerite, galena and minor tetrahedrite occur in vugs and fractures in dark brown weathering
dolomite of the Late Proterozoic Keele Formation. Only minor mineralization was found on the
WX claims. The best showing is exposed in talus over a length of 90 m and a width of 1.8 to 11
m on the Bow River-Highhawk claims. It occurs close to a fault and averages 0.84% Pb-Zn
across an average width of 5.2 m.
REFERENCES
BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD and HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, Jan/76. Assessment Report
*#061319 by D. Peel.

COMINCO LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061074 by M.S. Travis.

COMINCO LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#090081 by S.B. Butrenchuk.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 56-57; 1975, p. 54.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 047
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 047                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: COAST                                    LATITUDE: 64º 47' 7'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 133º 1' 58'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
SUN
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Sun cl (Y85486) in Sep/73 by Yukon Revenue ML and optioned to Coast Copper ML,
a Cominco subsidiary, which carried out mapping and soil sampling in 1974. Restaked as Red cl
1-20 (YB65052) by P. Hajek in Oct/95.
GEOLOGY
Traces of sphalerite and galena fill fractures in Cambrian dolomite, which occurs in a sequence of
slate and quartzite.
REFERENCES
COMINCO LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061199 by M.G. Lomenda.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 60.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 048
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 048                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: BLEILER                                                   LATITUDE: 64º 39' 26'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                 LONGITUDE: 132º 55' 5'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BAT, PONG
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Jan/74 as Pong cl (Y86170) to the southwest and Bat cl (Y86210) to the north by Bow
River Res L and Highhawk ML, which conducted mapping and geochem sampling in 1974 and
1975.
GEOLOGY
The geological setting consists of Late Proterozoic or Cambrian slate, siltstone and carbonate
rocks overlain by Cambrian carbonate and quartzite. No mineralization or anomalies were
reported.
REFERENCES
BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD and HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report
*#061140 by J.W. MacLeod.

BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD and HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report
*#061193 by C.K. Ikona.

BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD and HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report
*#061195 by C.K. Ikona and T.L. Sadlier-Brown.

BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD and HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, Jan/76. Assessment Report
*#061319 by D. Peel.

BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD and HIGHHAWK MINES LTD, 1975. Assessment Report
*#090060 by J.W. MacLeod.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 54, 58; 1975, p. 48.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 049
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 049                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\11
NAME: ARDEN                                                    LATITUDE: 64º 36' 49'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                LONGITUDE: 133º 2' 33'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CF, CW, SG
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Jan-Mar/74 as CF cl (Y86316) by Brandon Res L; as SG cl (Y87454) by Norwell Dev
L; and as CW cl (Y86304) by D.E. Arden.
GEOLOGY
A fault that crosses the claims separates Cambrian carbonate to the north from Cambrian quartzite
and shale on the south side.
REFERENCES
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 050
                                                                  PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 050                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: BOB                                      LATITUDE: 64º 34' 28'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                               LONGITUDE: 132º 58' 56'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BOB
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Bob cl (Y96447) in Aug/74 by Cominco, which conducted mapping, geochem
sampling and an IP survey and added more BOB cl (Y98110) in 1975.
GEOLOGY
The main showing consists of coarse grained galena, sphalerite, pyrite and chalcopyrite in zebra-
textured, brecciated orange to buff weathering Sekwi Formation dolomite of Lower Cambrian
age. Sphalerite is either dark grey, red or honey coloured. The mineralization is localized within
vugs along the algal lamination planes of small mound-like bioherms and also along bedding
planes. It can be traced for 15 m along strike and intermittently for about 30 m downdip. Chip
sampling of the main showing gave an average assay of 5.9% Pb, 3.8% Zn and 24.0 g/t Ag.
REFERENCES
COMINCO LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#090025 by K.R. Pride.

COMINCO LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#090026 by J. Klein.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1975, p. 49.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 051
                                                                  PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 051                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\11
NAME: BRANDON                                  LATITUDE: 64º 31' 38'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                LONGITUDE: 133º 9' 44'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ARDEN, HP, MID, NORA, RAN
WORK HISTORY
Staked as a 416 claim group in Jan-Apr/74, of which the largest group at the centre was 160
Arden, Nora and HP cl (Y85986) by Brendon Res L. Adjoining claims consist of Rio cl
(Y87862) by D. Waugh and Mid cl (Y88012) by R. Hibberd to the north; Ram cl (Y88040) by
Kendal Mg L and DHC cl (Y86730) by J. Millett to the west; Bon cl (Y86368) by Cardigan Dev
L, S cl (Y87026) by Amber Res L, and R, M & N cl (Y86946) by J.B. O'Neill to the south.
Mapping and geochem sampling were conducted on the Mid and Ram groups in 1974.
GEOLOGY
The geological setting consists of fault blocks of clastic and carbonate units ranging in age from
Ordovician to Devonian. Traces of sphalerite were found in dolomite float on the northwest part
of the Ram group. This dolomite unit was correlated with the upper zone on the Mueller
occurrence. A zinc soil anomaly was outlined on the south portion of the Mid group but no
mineralization was found.
REFERENCES
D.W. WAUGH and ASSOCIATES LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#090023 by R.J. Hibbard
and D.H. Waugh.

KENDAL MINING AND EXPLORATION COMPANY LTD, Feb/75. Assessment Report
*#061229 by G.C. Gutrath.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 51; 1975, p. 51.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 052
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 052                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: PUDDLE                                                    LATITUDE: 64º 22' 22'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                                 LONGITUDE: 132º 48' 8'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CVO
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Sep/73 as CVO cl (Y85334) by Junex Res L and in Feb-Mar/74 as PRI cl (Y87719) by
Adar Res L, and two blocks of Eagle cl (Y87122) by Cons. Beaumont Res L and Gladiator Res L.
None of the claims were explored.
    The CVO group was restaked in March/75 as CVO cl (Y97241) by D. Waugh. Junex changed
its name to C.T. Exploranda L in 1976.
GEOLOGY
The claims were staked in a drift filled valley and are probably underlain by Late Proterozoic
clastic rocks.
REFERENCES
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 053
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 053                                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: OLYMPIAN                                                 LATITUDE: 64º 27' 15'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                                LONGITUDE: 132º 55' 24'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
H, J, K, L
WORK HISTORY
Staked as HD cl (Y85118) by Vantreal Res L in Aug/73, as H, J, K and L cl (Y86874) in Feb/74
by British Pacific EL and Olympian Int Res L, and as Trout cl(Y88344) in May/74 by Pelly River
Synd. The British Pacific interest was sold soon after to Hibernian Int Dev Corp L, and the Trout
claims were sold to Olympian. Olympian and Hiberian performed mapping and geochem
sampling through a joint venture during 1974.
GEOLOGY
A fault that crosses the claims separates shale to the northeast from Silurian and Devonian
carbonate rocks and shale on the southwest side. A broad zinc anomaly was outlined in an area
underlain by cherty dolomite but no mineralization was found.
REFERENCES
HIBERNIAN INTERNATIONAL DEVELOPMENT CORPORATION LTD, 1974. Assessment
Report *#061311 by D.H. Waugh.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 50.

OLYMPIAN INTERNATIONAL RESOURCES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061512 by
D.W. Tully.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 054
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 054                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: GAL                                      LATITUDE: 64º 25' 21'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 132º 40' 30'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ANN, GAL, GIN, GOZ, PAL, ZOG
WORK HISTORY
Staked as 301 Gal, Ann, etc cl(Y84723) in Aug/73 by a syndicate composed of Sicintine ML,
Action Res L and Great Bear Mg L. In 1974 the property was optioned by Conwest EL and Getty
ML, which carried out mapping and soil sampling. Cypress Res L drilled 3 holes (257 m) on the
Ann 32 cl in 1975 under an option. Great Bear changed its name to Aries Res Inc in 1977 and
Sicintine transferred its interest to Action in 1978.
GEOLOGY
The property is underlain by Lower Cambrian rocks. Relatively flat lying shale and carbonate
beds in the north part of the claims appear to be thrust southward over steeply north-dipping
shale, phyllite and dolomite.
   Minor occurrences of sphalerite in breccia zones, fractures and vugs, and veinlets of galena
were found in pisolitic dolomite north of the fault, while traces of zinc oxide and zinc carbonate
were found in small breccia zones in the lower dolomite south of the fault, which is believed to
correlate with the Harrison showing. The best drill intersection was from 14 to 18 m in Hole 3,
which assayed 1.4% Zn and 0.03% Pb.
REFERENCES
CYPRESS RESOURCES LTD, 1976. Assessment Report *#091701 by G.C. Gutrath.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 30-31.
                                                               MINFILE: 106C 055
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 055                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\8
NAME: FRINGE                                                 LATITUDE: 64º 29' 46'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                              LONGITUDE: 132º 26' 9'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
P, Q
WORK HISTORY
Staked as P and Q cl (Y86978) in Feb/74 by J.B. O'Neill.
GEOLOGY
The P group to the north was staked over Cambrian dolomite while the Q group to the south
covered Ordovician to Devonian carbonate rocks.
REFERENCES
                                                               MINFILE: 106C 056
                                                               PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 056                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\8
NAME: ENVOY                                    LATITUDE: 64º 28' 9'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 15' 54'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
RAF, RUM
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Sep/73-Feb/74 as RAF cl (Y69912) by Sproatt Silver ML and Envoy Res L; as Rum cl
(Y85764) by Colby ML; as G cl (Y86858) by J.B. O'Neill, and as D, E and F cl (Y86810) by
Anglo Western Mls L. In 1974, the Rum and RAF groups were explored with mapping and soil
sampling and the OUD cl (Y96699) were tied on to the northeast in Sep/74 by Agilis Eng.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover a complex series of fault blocks underlain by basal Cambrian dolomite,
Cambrian shale and Ordovician to Devonian carbonate rocks. On the RAF group, minor
sphalerite and galena occur with quartz in fractures and vugs in Lower Cambrian dolomite.
REFERENCES
ENVOY RESOURCES LTD, Aug/74. Assessment Report #061049 by C.K. Ikona.

ENVOY RESOURCES LTD, Aug/74. Assessment Report #061050 by C.K. Ikona.

ENVOY RESOURCES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061156 by J.W. Hogan.

HARMAN MANAGEMENT LTD, Dec/74. Assessment Report *#061048 by C.K. Ikona.

HARMAN MANAGEMENT LTD, May/75. Assessment Report *#061225 by C.K. Ikona.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 37, 39.
                                                               MINFILE: 106C 057
                                                               PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 057                                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: SPIRIT                                                 LATITUDE: 64º 36' 12'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                              LONGITUDE: 132º 39' 54'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
UP
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Up cl (Y95920) in Aug/74 by August Pet L and Spirit EL, which were transferred to
Aston Res L and mapped in 1975 and restaked as Up cl (YA1974) in Jun/76 by E.O. Chisholm.
Adjoining claims staked in Aug/74 are Rio cl (Y95770) by Harman 1975 Synd (Camflo ML,
Highland Mercury ML, Ram Pet L, United Siscoe ML, United Hearne Res L, and Yellowknife
Bear ML) to the east and Mike cl (Y95727) by A. Harman to the southeast, both of which were
mapped in 1975.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by Middle Devonian carbonate rocks that are host to nearby showings.
No mineralization has been reported.
REFERENCES
ASTON RESOURCES LTD, Mar/75. Prospectus Report by E.O. Chisholm.
                                                               MINFILE: 106C 058
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 058                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\6
NAME: TAPIN                                    LATITUDE: 64º 26' 22'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                LONGITUDE: 133º 0' 26'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CVO
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Sep/73 to Mar/74 by Corval Res L as CVO cl (Y85318) and adjoining J cl (Y86906) of
Tapin Copper ML to the north and Tex cl (Y87693) of Hercon Res L to the south. Exploration
consisted of mapping and soil sampling on the CVO group in 1974 and the Tex group in 1975.
GEOLOGY
On the CVO group, traces of smithsonite occur in dolomite that has been correlated with the
upper showing at the Mueller occurrence. This unit is overlain by Sheepbed Formation shale and
Ordovician-Silurian Mt Kindle Formation dolomite.
  On the Tex group, pyrite and pyrrhotite were found in Late Proterozoic shale and a small
amount of secondary zinc mineralization was found in Late Proterozoic dolomite.
REFERENCES
CORVAL RESOURCES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#061076 by V. Cukor.

HERCON RESOURCES LTD, 1975. Assessment Report *#090069 by G.C. Gutrath.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 58; 1975, p. 40.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 059
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 2
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 059                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\15
NAME: CAB                                      LATITUDE: 64º 59' 32'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 132º 31' 19'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CAB
WORK HISTORY
Staked as part of 342 Cab cl (Y88992) in Jul-Aug/74 by Arctic Red JV (Bethlehem Copper Corp
L, DuPont Ml Vent L, Int Mogul ML, Utah ML, and Welcome North ML), which explored with
mapping, sampling and 2 holes (346 m) in 1974 and more mapping and geochem sampling in
1976.
GEOLOGY
Fine-grained, bedded and coarse-grained remobilized sphalerite occur with minor calcite and
barite in Upper and Lower Zones within Lower Cambrian Sekwi Fm dolomite. The
mineralization is confined to talus and scattered outcrops and is widespread. The two best
showings are Cab No. 1 (on Cab 10 cl) and Cab No. 2 (on Cab 146 cl) some 4000 m to the west.
   The Cab No. 1 showing is a 500 m long area of float up to 50 m wide. A chip sample across
the best portion assayed 2.4% Zn and 0.01% Pb over 30 m. A single hole beneath the zone was
unmineralized.
   The Cab No. 2 showing consists of two areas of float, the largest of which is 150 by 100 m. A
chip sample across the best 50 m of rubble assayed 8.4% Zn and 0.01% Pb. The best section
from two holes drilled into the uppermost zone returned 15 m grading 1.0% Zn.
REFERENCES
ARCTIC RED JOINT VENTURE, Jul/74. Northern Mineral Exploration Agreement, Report by
J.S. Brock.

ARCTIC RED JOINT VENTURE, May/75. Assessment Report *#061282 by J.S. Brock and
J.D. Guild.

ARCTIC RED JOINT VENTURE, May/77. Assessment Report by C.F. & M.L. McArthur.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 75-1A, p. 241.
                                                       MINFILE: 106C 059
                                                       PAGE:      2 of 2
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MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1974, p. 65; 1977, p. 41-42.

WELCOME NORTH MINES LTD, 1974. Assessment Report *#062082 by anonymous.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 062
                                                                  PAGE:      1 of 1
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 062                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: DUNE                                     LATITUDE: 64º 37' 6'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 35' 34'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
ALGAL, TC
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Algal & TC cl (Y94931) in Jul/74 by C. Toporowski and optioned to Dune Ml Corp.
which carried out mapping and geochem sampling in 1975.
GEOLOGY
Sphalerite, calcite and a trace of galena replace algal fragments in Middle Devonian reefs and fill
open spaces in carbonate breccia zones.
REFERENCES
DUNE MINERAL CORP., Mar/75. Prospectus Report by E.O. Chisholm.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 063
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 063                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: SNAKE                                    LATITUDE: 64º 33' 10'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 37' 12'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
SNAKE
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Snake cl (Y98082) in Jul/75 by Sumitomo.
GEOLOGY
Sphalerite and galena occur in a fractured zone within Devonian carbonate rocks.
REFERENCES
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 064
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 064                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\10
NAME: TOPPER                                                  LATITUDE: 64º 43' 41'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                                               LONGITUDE: 132º 40' 29'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: UNKNOWN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
TOPPER
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Topper cl (Y97391) in Jun/75 by G. Crooker.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by clastic and carbonate rocks of the Late Proterozoic Sheepbed
Formation.
REFERENCES
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 065
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 065                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\7
NAME: MCKELVIE                                 LATITUDE: 64º 16' 56'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 132º 59' 30'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
NADALEEN, TARA
WORK HISTORY
Staked as 250 Tara cl(Y97784) in Jul-Sep/75 by McIntyre ML, which explored with mapping,
geochem surveys and 3 BQ holes (742.8 m), plus 5 Winkie holes (74.1 m) in 1975 and minor
hand trenching in 1977. McIntyre entered a joint venture in 1979 with Can Superior EL and
added Cal cl (YA41012) to the southeast in Aug/79.
   Prism Res restaked the occurrence 2.4 km south of Tara Lake as Nadaleen cl (YA62917) in
Jul/81 and performed geochem sampling later in the year.
GEOLOGY
Two types of mineralization occur in Late Proterozoic dolomite overlain by maroon shale. Near
the top of the dolomite, massive colloform galena, barite, and minor sphalerite occur in grey,
sugary, vuggy dolomite.
   The second type occurs lower in the section and consists of yellow sphalerite with pyrite and
galena in fractures and breccia matrix in zebra-textured dolomite. Red sphalerite, secondary
dolomite and quartz line vugs and fill narrow fractures and are cut in turn by pale yellow
sphalerite and cream coloured dolomite veinlets.
   McIntyre identified four main zones within a mineralized strike length of almost 12.8 km:
Discovery, Chopper Pad, White Ridge and Puddle. The holes are believed to have been drilled in
the northernmost Puddle zone, which was described as a zone of pervasive low grade (5%)
mineralization 1830 m long. No drill results were given.
REFERENCES
MCINTYRE MINES LTD, 1976. Assessment Report *#090169 by A.O. Birkeland.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1975, p. 39; 1976, p. 118-119.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Feb/82. Assessment Report *#090990 by G.W.G. Sivertz.
                                              MINFILE: 106C 065
                                              PAGE:      2 of 2
                                              UPDATED: 1992/05/31


YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 188.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 066                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\12
NAME: MARSHALL                                                LATITUDE: 64º 37' 12'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 133º 47' 47'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC MANTO AG-PB-ZN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered in 1968 by Bonnet Plume River ML but not staked.
GEOLOGY
Traces of chalcopyrite were noted in Middle Proterozoic dolomite near a diorite dike of Mesozoic
or older age.
REFERENCES
BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Aug/68. Assessment Report by F.M. Smith.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 067
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                                                                UPDATED: 1992/05/31


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 067                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\12
NAME: ALGAE                                                   LATITUDE: 64º 35' 25'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 133º 52' 31'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC MANTO AG-PB-ZN

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Discovered in 1968 by Bonnet Plume River ML but not staked.
GEOLOGY
Traces of chalcopyrite were noted in Middle Proterozoic dolomite near a diorite dike of Mesozoic
or older age.
REFERENCES
BONNET PLUME RIVER MINES LTD, Aug/68. Assessment Report by F.M. Smith.
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 068
                                                                  PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                  UPDATED: 1996/02/19


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 068                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: LAW                                    LATITUDE: 64º 56' 6'' N
STATUS: UNKNOWN                              LONGITUDE: 133º 53' 2'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
HOOP, LAW
WORK HISTORY
Staked as the Law cl (YA5595) in Jul/76 by Yukon Revenue Mines Ltd.
    In Sept/93 Newmont Exploration Ltd conducted an airborne geophysical survey over the area
using proprietary company equipment. The following month Pamicon Developments staked
Hoop cl 1-36 (YB22920) over the occurrence. In Jan/94 Pamicon transferred 100% interest in the
claims to Westmin Resources Ltd, which then formed the Fairchild Joint Venture with Newmont.
In the summer of 1994 the joint venture group contracted Pamicon and Equity Engineering Ltd to
carry out a preliminary exploration program consisting of geological mapping, prospecting and
soil and stream sediment sampling on the claims.
GEOLOGY
The area is underlain by a metamorphosed and altered sequence of Middle Proterozoic Wernecke
Supergroup sedimentary rocks that have been intruded by hematite breccias and cut by mafic sills
and dykes. The Wernecke Supergroup consists of three groups (oldest to youngest): Fairchild
Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie Lake Group. The hematite breccias (Wernecke) consist
of both hetrolithic and homolithic types.
   There is no record of Yukon Revenue Mines ever performing any work on the Law claims.
Mapping carried out by Pamicon and others shows that the claims are underlain by lower
Fairchild Lake Group sedimentary rocks. Thorkelson and Wallace (1994) mapped the lithologies
as overturned and interpreted them to be part of the lower limb of an overturned anticline. An east
trending shear zone is mapped by Thorkelson and Wallace crossing the northerly trending ridge
near the south central part of the claim block. Field examination of the shear zone by Pamicon
showed that the zone is at least 2 km long. Biotite hornfels consisting of interbedded siltstone and
fine-grained cross-bedded sandstone were recognized in an area near the centre of the claim
block.
REFERENCES
PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD, Feb/95. Assessment Report #093269 by H.M Klatt and
M.A. Stammers.
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THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 069                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: PTERD                                  LATITUDE: 64º 57' 35'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                     LONGITUDE: 133º 18' 2'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
KNIT, PNERD, PTERD, PTOCO, SKIN
WORK HISTORY
Staked by Wernecke JV (Chevron Can L & Aquitaine) in Jul/75 as Pterd, Knit, etc cl (Y98056)
which were explored with mapping and ground radiometric surveys later in the year and optioned
in 1976 to Eldorado Nuclear L, which added more Pterd, etc. cl and drilled 470.6 m in 5 holes.
   After the Eldorado option expired, Wernecke JV drilled 3 holes (606.9 m) and Aquitaine
changed its name to Kidd Creek ML in 1981.
GEOLOGY
A 1500 m long float train of mineralized boulders lies atop a glacier on the Pterd group.
Mineralization consists of pitchblende in hairline fractures within fresh to weakly bleached and
slickensided Middle Proterozoic Quartet Group argillite. The source appears to lie beneath the
glacier or in snow and ice filled gullies on the cirque wall.
   Several secondary uranium minerals have been identified including green torbernite, yellow
autunite and iriginite (a hydrous uranium molybdate) and orange vandendriesscheite (a hydrous
uranium plumbate). No significant mineralization was intersected in the drilling.
REFERENCES
ELDORADO NUCLEAR LTD, 1976. Assessment Report *#061565 by C.J. Riley and D.F.
Schutz.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1975, p. 33-38; 1976, p. 124; 1977, p. 41; 1978, p. 13.

WERNECKE JOINT VENTURE, 1975. Assessment Report *#090103 by A.R. Archer.

WERNECKE JOINT VENTURE, 1982. Assessment Report *#090965 by W.D. Eaton.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 224.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 88.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 070                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: NORANDA                                LATITUDE: 64º 53' 28'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 57' 41'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
APE, LFV, VULTURE
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Pat cl (YA7008) in Sep/76 by Noranda ML following airborne radiometric and
magnetic surveys. Restaked as LFV cl (YA43152) in Oct/80 by Pan Ocean OL. Wernecke JV
(Chevron Can L & Kidd Creek ML) tied on Ape cl (YA62415) in Jun/81 and explored with
mapping, radiometric surveys and soil and chip sampling later in the year.
   Pamicon Developments Ltd restaked the showing with Vulture cl 44-62 (YB43980) in Mar/95.
The Vulture claims were transferred to the Fairchild Joint Venture (Westmin Resources Ltd and
Newmont Exploration Ltd). In the summer of 1995 Pamicon and Equity carried out detailed
mapping and rock sampling over the Vulture Zone and other smaller zones located on the claim
block. A small number of soil samples were also collected.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by a metamorphosed and altered sequence of Middle Proterozoic
Wernecke Supergroup sedimentary rocks that have been intruded by hematite Wernecke breccias
and cut by mafic sills and dykes. The Wernecke Supergroup consists of three groups (oldest to
youngest): Fairchild Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie Lake group. The Wernecke
breccias consist both of heterolithic and homolithic types.
   Thorkelson and Wallace (1993) reported that mineralization in the area is believed to have
accompanied an episode of widespread iron, silica and carbonate metasomatism which was
probably related to Middle Proterozoic igneous activity following the Racklan orogeny.
Brecciation accompanied extensional faulting and was assisted by the rapid expansion of volatile-
rich fluids.
   The Noranda occurrence is located in the southeast corner of the Vulture claim block. Previous
reports by Noranda and Pan Ocean described pitchblende in hairline fractures cutting phyllite and
argillite, disseminated brannerite in breccia bodies, and chalcopyrite and cobaltite in veins and
open fractures along breccia margins and faults.
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REFERENCES
NEWMONT EXPLORATION LTD, Feb/95. Assessment Report *#093263 by K.A. Owerko.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.

WERNECKE JOINT VENTURE, 1982. Assessment Report *#090967 by W.D. Eaton.

WERNECKE JOINT VENTURE, 1983. Assessment Report *#091444 by W.D. Eaton.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Dec/95. Assessment Report #093369 by M.I. Jones.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 071
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                 UPDATED: 1998/03/05


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 071                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: PIKA                                   LATITUDE: 64º 49' 20'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 28' 3'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
PIKA
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Pika cl (YA14291) in Nov/76 by Mountaineer ML and optioned to Pan Ocean OL
which explored with mapping, geochem and radiometric surveys in 1977.
    In Dec/93 Westmin Resources Ltd staked Pika 1-36 cl (YB42323) 1.5 km to the north. In early
1994 Westmin formed the Fairchild Joint Venture with Newmont Exploration Ltd to explore the
Pika and other claim groups. In Jun/94 Pamicon Developments Ltd and Equity Engineering Ltd
began preliminary field work on the claims on behalf of the joint venture. At the end of June, on
the basis of preliminary stream sediment results, the joint venture added Pika cl 37-60 (YB43041)
to the west side of the original Pika claims. In the summer of 1995 Pamicon and Equity carried
out detailed geological mapping, prospecting and soil and rock sampling on the claims.
GEOLOGY
The area is underlain by a metamorphosed and altered sequence of Middle Proterozoic Wernecke
Supergroup sedimentary rocks that have been intruded by hematite Wernecke breccias and mafic
sills and dykes. The Wernecke Supergroup consists of three groups (oldest to youngest): Fairchild
Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie Lake Group. The Wernecke breccias consist of both
hetrolithic and homolithic types. To the east and south, the Pinguicula Group unconformably
overlies the Wernecke Supergroup.
   The original Pika claims covered a breccia body cutting Gillespie Lake Group which are
unconformably overlain by the Pinguicula Group. Minor Precambrian supergene enrichment (up
to 29 ppm As and 0.2% Cu) occurs within the breccia body and metasomatized Gillespie Lake
Group rocks unconformably overlain by the Pinguicula Group. The base of the leached zone is
marked by Cu mineralization.
   Westmin staked Pika cl 1-36 to cover extensive, copper mineralization reported by D.
Thorkelson (Canada-Yukon Geoscience office) in a oral presentation given at the November 1993
Yukon Geoscience Forum. Property mapping by Pamicon and Equity shows that the claims are
underlain by dolomite and interbedded dolomite, shale and siltstone of the Gillespie Lake Group
and strata transitional to the underlying Quartet Group. At the south and east end of the property
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Gillespie Lake Group dolomite is overlain unconformably by Pinguicula Group shale and
siltstone. A large complex of Wernecke breccia and spatially associated diorite have been mapped
on the property.
    Mineralization reported by Thorkelson as supergene enrichment consisted of bleached and
foliated, silica altered dolomite with minor chalcopyrite and malachite stain but no clear evidence
was seen to suggest that this mineralization represents a supergene product. In general samples
from this mineralization returned quite low copper values. A grab sample collected from talus
assayed 10 ppb Au and 7 270 ppm Cu. A specimen of brecciated diorite collected by Thorkelson
and Wallace (1994) assayed 2% Cu.
REFERENCES
PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD, Feb/95. Assessment Report #093268 by M.A. Stammers.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD, Jan/96. Assessment Report #093380 by A.T.
Montgomery.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 072                           NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\4
NAME: LINDBERG                              LATITUDE: 64º 6' 37'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                             LONGITUDE: 133º 53' 23'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: SELWYN BASIN
DEPOSIT TYPE: SEDIMENTARY EXHALATIVE ZN-PB-AG (SEDEX)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
JIM
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Jim cl (YA6228) in Aug/76 by McIntyre ML, which conducted reconnaissance
mapping and geochem surveys.
GEOLOGY
The claims were staked to protect a zinc geochemical anomaly in black shale of uncertain age.
REFERENCES
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 073
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 073                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\3
NAME: CRAIG                                    LATITUDE: 64º 9' 21'' N
STATUS: DEPOSIT                                LONGITUDE: 133º 21' 22'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CRAIG, NAD
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Craig cl 1-624 (YA6224) from August to Nov/76 by McIntyre Mines Ltd, which
carried out reconnaissance mapping and geochemical sampling in 1976 and geological mapping,
soil geochemical sampling, prospecting, geophysical (magnetic, EM and self-potential) surveying
and diamond drilling of 29 holes (4 802 m) in 1977 (6 on the Discovery Zone, 19 on the West
Zone, and 4 on the Trent Zone). Fringe claims along the south side include A cl 1-112
(YA13947) in Nov/76 by Tay River Resources Ltd, Mex cl (YA15686) in Jul/77 by D. Anfield
and Zen cl (YA15718) in Jul/77 by Zenore Resources Inc. The Mex group was hand trenched in
1978.
    In 1979, McIntyre entered a joint venture with Canadian Superior Exploration Ltd, which
carried out detailed mapping and hand trenching in 1979 and diamond drilling of 9 holes (1 635
m) in 1980 (2 each on the West and Trent Zones and 5 on the Nadaleen Zone). Part of the Craig
group was transferred in 1982 to SEREM Ltd which hand trenched in 1986. The claims were
later transferred to Cheni Gold Mines Ltd, then to Serem Quebec Inc in Jan/89 and to
Falconbridge Ltd in Oct/94.
    In Oct/96, Manson Creek Resources Ltd surrounded the five remaining Craig claims with Nad
cl 1-119 (YB98288). In 1998, Manson Creek acquired an option to earn up to a 100% interest in
the Craig deposit from Falconbridge. The company carried out geological mapping, prospecting
and I.P. test surveying in 1998 and drilled on diamond drillof hole (190.2 m) in 1999. At the end
of the program Manson Creek dropped its option and returned the claims to Falconbridge.
   In 2001, Manson Creek completed a regional airborne survey over the Nad claims.
GEOLOGY
Five original showings occur over a distance of 6.5 km, hosted by a Late Proterozoic, brown-
weathering recessive green shale unit exposed along the south side of the Dawson Thrust. The
shale unit includes limestone, dolomite, quartz sandstone and chert. The showings are called
(from northwest to southeast) Craig (west, occurrence “A), Azure (occurrence “B”), Discovery
(occurrence “C”), Nadaleen (occurrence “D”) and Trent (occurrence “E”). The Craig, Discovery
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and Trent showings have received the bulk of exploration work. They are hosted by a resistant
grey massive dolomite referred to as the Craig Dolomite Formation that resides within the shale
unit. Recent mapping has shown that the dolomite unit is thinner than originally believed and is in
fact a small component of the thicker host shale unit. Various mafic and ultramafic rocks, which
may be related in age to the shale unit, are also present to the southwest.
   Mineralization consists of massive galena and sphalerite in silicified dolomite breccia.
Accessory minerals include pyrite and tetrahedrite with rare chalcopyrite, realgar and orpiment.
McIntyre reported that the drilling showed a lack of downward continuity in the mineralized
zones. The high silver ratios and mineralization suggest that vein-type mineralization is also
locally present. SEREM reported drill indicated reserves of 531 470 tonnes averaging 8.2% Pb,
13.3% Zn and 106.3 g/t Ag (Canadian Mines Handbook, 1984-85). The current outlined mineral
resource for the deposit, based on previous diamond drilling, is 964,500 tones averaging 13.5%
Pb, 8.5% Zn and 123.4 g/t Ag (Canadian Mines Handbook 2001/02).
    Grab samples, collected by Manson Creek in 1998, of fractured to brecciated and silicified
felsic metavolcanic rock returned high values for copper. Pyrite +/- chalcopyrite occurs as
stringers, stockworks and pods in resistant buff-orange felsic tuffs and/or flows in two
occurrences located 1.5 km southeast and 2.0 km southwest of the deposit. High grade samples
from the first location returned up to 16% Cu and 20.37 g/t Au, while a similar sample from the
second location returned 5.27% Cu.
  The IP geophysical survey generally outlined the trend of the Craig Dolomite unit. The single
1999 drill hole, intersected slightly anomalous pyritic shales and argillites in the vicinity of the
deposit. Finely disseminated pyrite occurs as conformable bands with local accumulations up to
30%. Manson Creek also carried out thin section, fluid inclusion and Pb Isotope examinations of
two drill core samples collected from the deposit. The age data correlates well to published
Mississippi Valley Type (MVT) data, but the temperature data showed similarities to a range of
types, from MVT to epithermal vein type.
   Manson Creek dropped the option because it felt that the average grade and size of any
potential new deposits did not justify continued work in view of current metal prices. (Manson
Creek Resources Ltd, 2001 Annual Report).
REFERENCES
CANADIAN MINES HANDBOOK 1984-85, p. 340; 2001-02, p. 233.

CANADIAN SUPERIOR EXPLORATION LTD, Nov/80. Assessment Report #090672 by S.C.
James.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Feb/99. Assessment Report #093968 by J. Eaton et al.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Jan/2000. Assessment Report #094089 by J. Eaton et
al.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, 2001. Annuual Report.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Apr/2003. Web Site: www.manson.ca/

MCINTYRE MINES LTD, Apr/78. Assessment Report #090307 by R.G. Gifford.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1977, p. 37.
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YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 225-230; 1998, p. 21-22, 28; 1999, p.
20, 30, 31; 2001, p. 11-12.
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                                    YUKON MINFILE
                               YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                     WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 074                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\2
NAME: SIAN                                     LATITUDE: 64º 6' 36'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 132º 46' 37'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
SIAN
WORK HISTORY
Staked as 104 Sian cl (YA6771) in Sep/76 by McIntyre ML, which explored with mapping and
geochem, EM, mag and SP surveys in 1977. The adjoining 96 Glaw cl (YA14569) were tied on
the south in Nov/76 by the Ortell Synd (Precambrian Shield Res L, Giant Yellowknife ML,
Nemco Res L, Highland Res L), which explored with mapping and geochem sampling in 1977.
  In 1979, McIntyre entered a joint venture with Can Superior EL, which explored with detailed
mapping and hand trenching in 1979 and one hole (240 m) in 1980.
   In 1982, the Sian claims were transferred to Serem L.
GEOLOGY
Four showings (A,B,C and Bluff) of disseminated sphalerite and lesser galena occur within a
Lower Paleozoic dolomite member up to 90 m thick in the hanging wall of the Dawson Thrust.
The mineralization is sometimes associated with barite veins and silicified breccia zones within
the dolomite. The best trench sample contained 2.8% Zn, 0.4% Pb and trace Ag.
   The 1980 drilling failed to intersect significant mineralization.
REFERENCES
CANADIAN SUPERIOR EXPLORATION LTD, Jan/80. Assessment Report *#090613 by R.G.
Potter.

CANADIAN SUPERIOR EXPLORATION LTD, 1980. Assessment Report *#090697 by S.C.
James.

MCINTYRE MINES LTD, 1977. Assessment Report *#090309 by A.O. Birkeland and A. Clark.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1977, p. 36.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 224.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 075                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\8
NAME: REPTILE                                  LATITUDE: 64º 27' 31'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                       LONGITUDE: 132º 6' 39'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
REP
WORK HISTORY
Staked as REP cl (YA6523) in Aug/76 by Arctic Red JV (Welcome North, Bethlehem Copper,
Utah ML, DuPont Ml Vent L & Getty Mg Pacific L), which performed mapping and geochem
surveys in 1976-77 and drilled one hole (30.5 m) in 1977.
GEOLOGY
Sphalerite and galena occur with pyrite, calcite and quartz in breccia zones up to 3 m thick near
the top of the Ordovician-Silurian Franklin Mountain Formation dolomite. Two zones were
found about 250 m apart. Mineralization occurs in veins and breccia matrix. A chip sample
assayed 3.6% Zn and 0.1% Pb across 3 m.
   Sphalerite also occurs as minor laminations in black graphitic and graptolitic shale of the
overlying Road River Formation. The drillhole, which was drilled below the A Zone, failed to
reach its target due to an unexpected steepening of the stratigraphy.
REFERENCES
MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1976, p. 120; 1977, p. 39.

WELCOME NORTH MINES LTD, 1977. Assessment Report *#090225 by G.F McArthur and
M.L. McArthur.

WELCOME NORTH MINES LTD, 1977. Assessment Report *#091297 by G.F McArthur and
M.L. McArthur.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 076                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: OTTER                                  LATITUDE: 64º 59' 10'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                     LONGITUDE: 133º 48' 2'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
OTTER
WORK HISTORY
Staked as the Otter cl (YA15886) in Aug/77 by Mountaineer ML and optioned to Pan Ocean OL,
which enlarged the properties, conducted mapping, geochem sampling and radiometric surveys in
1978 and 1979, and drilled 4 holes (603 m) in 1979. In 1980 Pan Ocean added Vole cl
(YA41955) to the north and drilled 4 holes (140 m) on the Otter group and 4 holes (340 m) on the
Vole group.
   The Otter 1-40 cl (YB42249) were restaked adjacent to the Slab claim block in Oct/93 by a
joint venture consisting of Pamicon Developments Ltd, Equity Engineering Ltd and Westmin
Resources Ltd. The joint venture group transferred 100% interest in the Otter claims to Westmin
Resources Ltd. in Jan/94.
   In early 1994 Westmin entered into a joint venture with Newmont Exploration Ltd and in June
they contracted Pamicon and Equity to carry out soil and stream sediment sampling, rock
geochemistry and limited geological mapping on the Slab cl 209-212 (YB22343) and Otter cl 1-
40 (YB42249). As part of their exploration program on the Fair claims, Pamicon carried limited
mapping and rock sampling on Otter cl 34-40.
   In Jul/95 Westmin staked Beav cl 1-4 (YB6442) 5 km to the north on map sheet 106F 04.
GEOLOGY
Three vein clusters occur along a 4 km long northeast-trending shear zone that cuts Middle
Proterozoic Quartet Group limy argillite near a small body of intrusive breccia. The vein clusters
are called Otter, Otter A and Otter B. Individual veins, which are up to 30 m long and 5 m wide,
strike northeast, dip northwest (in the south) and contain cobaltite, chalcopyrite, pyrite and
arsenopyrite in a carbonate gangue. Wall rocks contain disseminated sulphides. A 9 m
intersection assayed 0.2% Co and 0.5% Cu and the best intersection assayed 0.6% Co and 1.1%
Cu.
   The breccia body contains minor brannerite, and a specimen assayed 4.8% Co, 0.2% Ni,
0.007% U3O8, 0.34 g/t Ag and 0.0.62 g/t Au.
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REFERENCES
EQUITY ENGINEERING LTD, Dec/94. Assessment Report #093218 by K.A Owerko and D.A.
Caulfield.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1978, p. 11.

PAN OCEAN OIL LTD, Jun/80. Assessment Report *#090621 by J.F. Touborg et al.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD. Jan/96. Assessment Report #093224 by M. Stammers.

MOUNTAINEER MINES LTD and PAN OCEAN OIL LTD, 1978. Assessment Report
*#090376 by C.K. Ikona, M. Stammers and R.B. Yorston.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 224.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 186-187, 203
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 077                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\2
NAME: JAM                                      LATITUDE: 64º 8' 51'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 47' 15'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
JAM
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Jam cl (YA15914) in Aug/77 by McIntyre ML, which explored with mapping and
geochem sampling later in the year and entered a joint venture with Can Superior EL in 1979.
GEOLOGY
Sphalerite and galena occur in brecciated dolomite of the Ordovician to Lower Devonian Road
River Formation near an unconformable contact with underlying Late Proterozoic-Early
Cambrian Hyland Group rocks.
REFERENCES
MCINTYRE MINES LTD, 1977. Assessment Report *#090308 by R. Arnold and A. Floyd.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1977, p. 36.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 078                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: BLUSSON                                  LATITUDE: 64º 57' 30'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 133º 12' 46'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
IOTA
WORK HISTORY
Discovered in 1976, Texaco Can. Res. L. staked the Iota cl 1-22 (YA43419) 1 km south of the
showing in Jan/93 (see Minfile occurrence #106C 014). Golden Unicorn Mining Corp obtained a
85% interest in the claims in July/93.
   In Oct/94 D & J Hajek staked the Iota cl 21 - 44 (YB43502) along the northern boundary of
the original Iota claims. In Feb/95 Hyjek transferred the Iota claims to Westlake Ltd.
GEOLOGY
The showing, designated by Laznicka as occurrence 19, consists of disseminated chalcopyrite in
light green Late Proterozoic shale. Mineralization is patchy and low grade.
   A second copper occurrence (No. 20) 500 m to the south consists of minor chalcopyrite in
thin, discontinuous, siderite veins cutting Middle Proterozoic dolomite. The two occurrences are
separated by a major regional unconformity.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 77-1a, p.435.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 079                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\2
NAME: HIGHHAWK                                 LATITUDE: 64º 6' 16'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 52' 49'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: SELWYN BASIN
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
LEAH
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Leah cl (YA13185) in Oct/76 by a syndicate composed of Newhawk Gold ML
(formerly Highhawk ML), Tenajon Silver Inc (formerly Envoy Res L), Hecate Gold Corp and
Suneva Res (formerly Bow River Res), which explored with mapping and geochem sampling in
1977. The claims were then optioned to a joint venture between Northgate ML and Westfield
Mls L, which continued the program later in the year. In 1979, Northair ML carried out a
Maxmin EM survey over geochem anomalies.
GEOLOGY
Cinnabar and native mercury occur in a small fracture zone cutting Late Proterozoic dolomite in a
block above the Dawson Thrust on Leah 3 claim. The showing is about 5 m long and 1 m wide.
Several conductors were outlined by the 1979 EM survey, some of which correlated with Pb-Zn-
Ag soil anomalies.
REFERENCES
BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD et al, Oct/77. Assessment Report *#090226 by J.W. Macleod.

ENVOY RESOURCES LTD, May/79. Assessment Report *#061856 by R.G. Hilker.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1977, p. 35-36.

NORTHAIR MINES LTD, 1979. Assessment Report *#090520 by G.E. White.

SPROATT SILVER MINES LTD, Aug/77. Assessment Report *#061575 by R.G. Hilker.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 224.
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                                 YUKON MINFILE
                            YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                  WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 080                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\2
NAME: LEAH                                     LATITUDE: 64º 6' 45'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 132º 58' 57'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: SELWYN BASIN
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
LEAH
WORK HISTORY
Staked as three adjoining blocks of Leah cl (YA13155) in Oct/76 by a syndicate composed of
Newhawk Gold ML (formerly Highhawk ML), Tenajon Silver Inc (formerly Envoy Res L),
Hecate Gold Corp and Suneva Res (formerly Bow River Res), which explored with mapping and
geochem sampling in 1977 before optioning the claims to a joint venture between Northgate ML
and Westfield Mls L, which continued the program later in the year.
   The adjoining Star cl (YA13367) were tied on to the north in Oct/76 by T. Cross and M.
Bratlien and optioned to Prism Res L, which explored with mapping and geochem surveys in
1977. On the south side, the Lee & Nod cl (YA13915) were tied on in Dec/76 by J.B. O'Neill
and optioned to Tay River ML, and G. Bleiler added Hill & Don cl (YA15752) in Jul/77. The
syndicate conducted more mapping in 1978 and in 1979, Northair ML carried out a Maxmin EM
survey over the geochem anomalies.
GEOLOGY
Several small galena-sphalerite showings and lead-zinc geochemical anomalies are associated
with a Late Proterozoic dolomite member of the Hyland Group, in the hanging wall of the
Dawson Thrust. Mineralization was also reported from the Star claims. Several conductors were
outlined by the 1979 EM survey, some of which correlated with Pb-Zn-Ag soil anomalies.
REFERENCES
BOW RIVER RESOURCES LTD et al, Oct/77. Assessment Report *#090226 by J.W. Macleod.

ENVOY RESOURCES LTD, May/79. Assessment Report *#061856 by R.G. Hilker.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1977, p. 36.

NORTHGATE EXPLORATION LTD, Jul/78. Assessment Report *#090360 by C. Byrne.

NORTHAIR MINES LTD, 1979. Assessment Report *#090520 by G.E. White.
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PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Apr/77. Vancouver Stock Exchange Open File Report by G.H.
Rayner & J.H. Montgomery.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, 1977. Assessment Report *#090305 by B. Dewonck and J.H.
Montgomery.

SPROATT SILVER MINES LTD, Aug/77. Assessment Report *#061575 by R.G. Hilker.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 224.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 081                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\2
NAME: EIRA                                     LATITUDE: 64º 5' 46'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                                LONGITUDE: 132º 33' 30'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
EIRA
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Oct-Nov/76 as a number of claim blocks along strike at the east end of the Ortell
staking rush, including Black & Ida cl (Y7495) by G. Bleiler, Red cl (YA13363) by M. Bratlien,
and 126 Eira cl (YA14643) by the Ortell Synd (Precambrian Shield Res L, Giant Yellowknife Ml,
Nemco Res L, Highwood Res L).
   During 1977, the Black & Ida groups were optioned by a joint venture between DeJour ML
and Nova-Co EL and explored with mapping and geochem sampling; the Ortell Synd conducted
mapping and geochem surveys; TXD Ent L tied on Glen cl (YA15462) to the south in July, Nick
Wychopen staked NH cl (YA15458) to the south in July, and R. Granger tied on Ian cl
(YA17302) to the south in Oct/77.
   During 1978, DeJour added more claims and optioned the Ian and Glen groups and explored
with geochem surveys.
GEOLOGY
The claims are underlain by a wedge of Late Proterozoic Hyland Group rocks thrust over
dolomite and shales of Lower Paleozoic age. Stream sediment sampling on the Eira claims
outlined an area of anomalous silver (up to 2.4 ppm) and zinc (up to 680 ppm) from the northeast
corner of the property. Prospecting did not locate any mineralization.
REFERENCES
DEJOUR MINES LTD, 1977. Assessment Report *#090255 by I.S. Thompson.

DEJOUR MINES LTD, 1978. Assessment Report *#090356 by I.S. Thompson.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1977, p. 35; 1978, p. 10-11.

ORTELL SYNDICATE, Oct/77. Assessment Report *#090254 by J.D. Curry.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 082                                               NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\4
NAME: EDINA                                                     LATITUDE: 64º 10' 36'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                                        LONGITUDE: 133º 51' 4'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: SELWYN BASIN
DEPOSIT TYPE: SEDIMENT-HOSTED BARITE

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
COOKER
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Cooker cl (YA13059) in Oct/76 by D.A. McLeod, etc. and optioned to Edina Int L,
which explored with mapping, geochem sampling and hand trenching in 1977 and 1978 plus mag
and EM surveys in 1978, and 6 holes (391 m) in 1979. D.M. O'Neill staked Nika cl (YA77761) 3
km to the northeast in Aug/85 and performed mapping and prospecting in 1986.
GEOLOGY
Galena and sphalerite occur with lesser amounts of tetrahedrite and chalcopyrite in veins cutting
Late Proterozoic dolomite along a thrust fault separating it from underlying Ordovician-Lower
Devonian black shale of the Road River Formation. Chip samples in two hand trenches gave
assays of 16.7% Pb, 18.9% Zn, 339.4 g/t Ag and 0.1% Cu across 1.1 m, and 12.2% Pb, 13.2% Zn,
274.3 g/t Ag and 0.2% Cu across 0.5 m.
   Bedded barite is present in the shale. Some of the holes intersected minor galena and
sphalerite in quartz blebs and veinlets in silicified black shale. The best assays were from Hole 1
which returned 2.7% Pb, 2.1% Zn, 41.1 g/t Ag and 0.034 g/t Au over 0.6 m, and Hole 6 which
contained a 2.4 m section grading 0.6% Pb, 3.8% Zn, 10.3 g/t Ag and 0.034 g/t Au.
   On the Nika claims, barite occurs as thin to medium beds and as blebs in Road River
Formation shale. One rock sample from the western part of the claims was anomalous in silver,
cadmium, nickel, iron and vanadium.
REFERENCES
GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 15 Nov/77; 26 Sep/78.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1977, p. 37.

EDINA INTERNATIONAL LTD, 1977. Assessment Report *#090315 by J.H. Montgomery.

EDINA RESOURCES LTD, Feb/78. Assessment Report #091833 by J.H. Montgomery.
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EDINA RESOURCES LTD, Dec/79. Assessment Report #091295 by J.H. Montgomery.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1985-86, p. 288-289.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 083                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\5
NAME: VERA                                   LATITUDE: 64º 18' 24'' N
STATUS: DEPOSIT                              LONGITUDE: 133º 44' 50'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC VEINS AG-PB-ZN+/-AU

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
KLA, RUSTY, VERA
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Vera cl 1-164 (YA37382) in Jul/78 by Prism Joint Venture (Asamera Oil Corporation,
Chieftain Development Company Ltd, Prism Resources Ltd, Siebens Oil & Gas Ltd and E & B
Exploration Ltd), which carried out geological mapping, geochemical surveying and hand
trenching later in the year. In 1979, Dome Petroleum Ltd replaced Siebens and the joint venture
carried out geochemical sampling and drilled 27 diamond drill holes (1 682 m). In 1980 the joint
venture drilled 42 holes diamond drill holes (4 041 m) and carried out 720 m of underground
development (drifting and crosscutting). The following year the joint venture carried out 545 m of
underground drilling and in 1982 further prospecting and trenching.
   Dome dropped its interest and E & B's was transferred to Imperial Metals Ltd in 1983 and
acquired in 1984 by Prism at which time it became project operator. Prism dilled 6 diamond drill
holes (2 449 m) and rock sampled various showings in 1984. In 1985, Prism changed its name to
International Prism Exploration Ltd and carried out prospecting, geochemical sampling and
trenching. In 1988 the company drilled 7 diamond drill holes (754.3 m) and carried out various
environmental studies for a proposed road into the claims. In 1989 the company purchased a
100% working interest in the Vera claims and the adjoining Val claims (Minfile Occurrence
#106C 085), located 5 km to the southeast.
   In Oct/97, 15966 Yukon Inc a wholly owned subsidiary of Manson Creek Resources Ltd
surrounded the remaining Vera claims with Rusty cl 1-131 (YB99989). Earlier in the month the
company staked Kla cl 1-48 (YB99845) on the southern boundary of the adjoining Val claims
forming a large contiguous block of claims. Manson Creek also obtained an option to earn a 50%
interest in the Vera and Val claims.
   Manson Creek carried out geological mapping, prospecting, geochemical (rock, soil and stream
sediment) sampling and IP geophysical test surveying in 1998. In 1999 the company carried out
limited geochemical surveys, an IP geophysical survey and drilled 7 diamond drill holes (986.8m)
on the entire claim block. Two of the diamond drill holes (219.3 m) were collared on the Vera
claims. In 2001 the company flew a regional airborne geophysical survey over its entire regional
claim holdings, including the Val-Vera (Rusty-Kla) claim block. The following year the company
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drilled a single diamond drill hole (112.5 m) 4 km to the northeast to test an airborne conductor
identified the previous year.
GEOLOGY
The Vera deposit occurs in strongly jointed dolomite originally assigned to the mid-Proterozoic
Gillespie Group. In the late 1980’s a geological compilation undertaken by the Geological Survey
of Canada assigned an Hadrynian age to the rocks underlying the occurrence (see Geochemical
Open File 2175 released in 1990). Although the author of the change is unknown, S. Gordey of
the Geological Survey of Canada assigned a Hadrynian to Cambrian age to the rocks in his
geological compilation of Yukon Geology released in 1999. Gordey likely came to his
conclusions through collaborative field work completed in 1990 with Roots and Abbott on
adjoining topographic map sheets 105M/16, 106D/1 and 106D/7 & 8.
   Mineralization consists of a vein which strikes 080 and dips north, that has been explored
with drilling over a length of 700 m and a vertical depth of 170 m. The vein consists of galena,
argentiferous tetrahedrite and minor sphalerite. Some of the best surface intersections include 1.5
m of 1 720 g/t silver, 59.8% lead and 0.9% zinc (hole 80-15) and 3.7 m of 1 098 g/t silver, 2.1%
lead and 4.1% zinc (hole 80-17).
     The deposit is separated by 90 m of waste into West (Gunsight) and East (Main) Zones.
Underground sampling of the adit gave average grades of 696 g/t silver, 6.3% lead and 1.3% zinc
across a 3.1 m width and a 131 m length in the West Zone, and 960 g/t silver, 7.3% lead and 2.9%
zinc over a 1.8 m width and 148 m length in the East Zone. Reserves in 1981 were estimated at
628 978 tonnes averaging 303.08 g/t silver, 1.91% lead and 1.75% zinc. Metallurgical testing of
a 4 tone bulk sample from the adit indicated that silver recovery exceeds 82% using flotation and
over 90% using cyanidation.
   Trenching and drilling on the nearby Scarp Zone, 500 m to the west, encountered only minor
mineralization. A float train that could be an extension of the Vera vein was found 213 m west of
the portal in 1982. The reserve figures were recalculate in 1982 by the exploration manager at the
time giving a 'selective mining reserve' of 352 659 tonnes averaging 606.16 g/t silver, 3.18% lead
and 3.47% zinc.
   The 1984 drilling reportedly expanded the potential reserves to 1.36 million tonnes.
Prospecting located float assaying up to 19 375 g/t silver. Drilling on the western extension in
1985 and the down dip extension in 1988 was not encouraging and encountered only low values.
Drilling on the Camp View vein, 1.5 km southeast of the deposit, in 1988 failed to encounter
significant economic mineralization except for 1 m in Hole 88-9 which contained minor
disseminated galena.
    Stream sediment sampling in 1998 identified anomalous concentration of silver, lead and
zinc draining off the west side of Rusty Mountain near the newly discovered Marko showing,
described as consisting of rusty, manganese oxide stained mudstone containing galena and
tetrahedrite. High grade grab samples returned up to 8 855 g/t silver, 76.4% lead and 0.3% zinc.
Three other new showings that consist of disseminated to semi-massive pyrite and chalcopyrite
and galena and sphalerite bearing quartz veins are spatially associated with the contact between
the mudstones and dioritic intrusive bodies around Rusty Mountain. Analysis of selected grab
samples returned up to 10.75% copper, 3.12% zinc and 9 770 ppm lead.
    Drilling in 1999, 350 m north of the occurrence, tested an IP chargeability anomaly roughly
coincident with the trend of the Vera Vein. Mineralization consisting of barite, galena,
tetrahedrite and sphalerite in pyritic quartz veins and veinlets and as fracture fillings was
intersected in three weakly altered sections of brecciated dolomite. A 1 m sample of quartz vein
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from the first section returned 3.9% zinc, while other samples returned lower values for zinc (74
ppm to 4 000 ppm). The best values for lead and silver, were 2 840 ppm and 3.4 ppm,
respectively.
   Geological mapping conducted in 2002 prior to the collaring of the drill hole identified a large
gabbroic sill as the likely source of the airborne conductor. Minor amounts of disseminated
pyrite, chalcopyrite, sphalerite and galena were detected along the contact between the gabbro
and the host shales. The hole was collared in gabbro, passed into a graphitic contact breccia and
terminated in silicified, hornfelsed black shales. Although, minor disseminated sulphide
mineralization was observed in the contact zone, no significant metal anomalies were outlined.
REFERENCES
ABBOTT, G. J.G., 1990. Geology of Mt. Westman Map Area (106D/1). Scale: 1:50 000 map.

GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, 1990. Regional Stream Sediment and Water
Geochemical Reconnaissance Data (NTS 106D; Parts of 106C, 106E and 106F) by E.H.W.
Friske, et al., Open File 2175. Scale: 1:250 000 maps.

GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 6 Jan/82; 4 Mar/82; 8 Apr/82; 15 Aug/84; 16 Sep/85; 5
Jul/89.

GORDEY, S. 1990. Geology Map of the Tiny Island Lake Map Area (105M/16), Scale: 1: 50
000 two maps

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).

INTERNATIONAL PRISM EXPLORATION LTD, Feb/85. Assessment Report #062185 by G.
Sivertz.

INTERNATIONAL PRISM EXPLORATION LTD, Aug/85. Assessment Report #062208 by G.
Sivertz.

INTERNATIONAL PRISM EXPLORATION LTD, May/89. Assessment Report #092725 by
D.H. Waugh.

JAMES, D.H., Apr/80. Silver-lead-zinc at Kathleen Lakes. Canadian Mining Journal, p. 49-54.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Feb/99. Assessment Report #093968 by J. Eaton et al.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2000. Assessment Report #094073 by B.T. Evans
and J. Eaton.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Jan/2003. Assessment Report #094361 by J.P. Jutras.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, May/2004. Web Site: www.manson.ca

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Feb/80. Assessment Report #090583 by D.F. Penner.
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PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Feb/81. Assessment Report #090722 by D.F. Penner.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Dec/81. Assessment Report #090914 by D.F. Penner.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Feb/82. Assessment Report #062146 by A.J. Sinclair

ROOTS, C. 1990. Geology of 106D/8 & D/7 (East Half) Map Areas. Scale: 1:50 000 map.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1988, p. 31.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 187; 1998, p. 21-22, 28; 1999, p. 20, 30;
2001, p. 11-12, 24; 2002, p. 19, 25-26.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 231-235.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 084                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: GOODFELLOW                             LATITUDE: 64º 47' 2'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 55' 31'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC VEINS AG-PB-ZN+/-AU

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
JOL, JOLI, JOLLY
WORK HISTORY
*Previous versions of Yukon Minfile reported the occurrence location 5 km to the southwest.


   In the summer of 1978, W.D. Goodfellow of the Geological Survey of Canada carried out a
detailed geochemical investigation of the area immediately east of Gillespie Lake to investigate
intensive Pb, Zn, and Ag anomalies identified by a government regional geochemical survey.
Goodfellow’s work identified numerous mineralized showings hosted in a variety of stratigraphic
units but no claims were staked.
   In Jul/81 the Wernecke Joint Venture (Chevron Canada Ltd & Aquitaine Company of Canada
Ltd) staked Jolly cl 1-10 (YA63101) to protect a series of pyrite, galena and sphalerite-bearing
veins. The company explored with geological mapping and soil sampling in 1981 and 1982 and
hand trenching in 1982.
   Restaked as Jol cl (YB3252) in Sep/89 by NDU Resources Ltd, which did not record any work
and allowed the claims to lapse in 1990.
   Restaked as Joli cl 1-126 (YB22161) in Jun/93 by Archer, Cathro and Associates (1981) Ltd
and Kennecott Canada Inc. The Joli claims cover this and the adjacent Kidney occurrence
(Minfile #106C 018). As property operator, Kennecott carried out geological mapping and
geochemical sampling in the summer of 1993. In Dec/93 Kennecott withdrew from the
partnership and in 1994 Archer Cathro sold the remaining claims to Nordac Resources Ltd. In
1995 Nordac hand trenched various mineralized sulphide showings.
GEOLOGY
The occurrence is underlain by orange weathering dolomite, minor slate and limestone of the
Lower Proterozoic Gillespie Lake Group. Sphalerite, chalcopyrite and galena occur as
stratabound disseminations and veins. The veins are 1-2 m wide and contain coarse-grained
pyrite, galena and sphalerite in calcite, dolomite or quartz gangue. The Goodfellow occurrence is
correlative with the Cord occurrence (Minfile Occurrence #106D 074) located 8 km to the
northwest. Lead isotopic ratios in galena from the Goodfellow and Cord occurrences are very
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similar to those from other Proterozoic occurrences, including the Hart River deposit (Minfile
Occurrence #116A 009), and the Middle Proterozoic Sullivan mine, a large Pb-Zn deposit in mid-
Proterozoic sedimentary strata in southeastern British Columbia (Thorkelson, 2000) .
   Goodfellow sampled various creeks and mineralized showings. The highest values obtained
from 11mineralized specimens collected by Goodfellow were 29% Zn, 2.6% Cu, 1.9% Pb and
34.3 g/t Ag.
    Exploration work completed by the Wernecke Joint Venture and others identified over 40
mineralized outcrops in three subparallel, linear recessive zones. The most significant of these is
the D1 zone, a 1 km long recessive gossanous area which contains numerous scattered sulphide
mineral-bearing outcrops. Galena, sphalerite and pyrite occur in veins, in stockworks of
intersecting veins and veinlets and as matrix material in altered dolomite breccias. The
mineralized structures strike northeast and dip steeply southeasterly. Average width of the area of
potential mineralization has been estimated by Archer Cathro to exceed 75 m. Although
mineralized specimens contain up to 30% Pb-Zn, the overall grade of the veins is visually
estimated at 1 to 2% Pb-Zn.
   Stream sediment samples collected around the occurrence were generally strongly anomalous
for Pb, Zn, Ag and Cu, while soil samples were generally anomalous in Pb and Zn. In 1993 Derek
Thorkelson, located a gossanous vein, west of the junction of Red Dog and Dry Creeks (approx.
2.5 km east of occurrence). A mineralized sample from the vein returned 357 ppm Pb, 991 ppm
Zn and 3.3 g/t Ag.
   As the property has yet to be drilled, the economic potential of the area is difficult to
determine.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA Paper 79-1A, p. 333-348.

KENNECOTT CANADA INC, Jun/94. Assessment Report #093193 by R. Hulstein.

NORDAC RESOURCES LTD, Jan/97. Assessment Report #093512 by R.C. Carne and T.C.
Beker.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G). Preliminary Map.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1998. Geological map of Fairchild Lake area,
Wernecke Mountains, Yukon (106C/13). Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon,
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Geoscience Map 1998-10, scale 1:50000.

THORKELSON, D.J., 2000. Geology of the Slats Creek, Fairchild Lake and Dorlores Creek map
areas, Yukon (106D/16, 106C/13, 106C/14). Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Bulletin 10.
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WERNECKE JOINT VENTURE, Jan/82. Assessment Report #090731 by W.D. Eaton.

WERNECKE JOINT VENTURE, Feb/82. Assessment Report #090966 by W.D. Eaton.

WERNECKE JOINT VENTURE, Mar/83. Assessment Report #091442 by W.D. Eaton.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 189; 1982, p. 176.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
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                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 085                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\5
NAME: VAL                                    LATITUDE: 64º 16' 1'' N
STATUS: DEPOSIT                              LONGITUDE: 133º 41' 35'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC VEINS AG-PB-ZN+/-AU

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
KLA, VAL
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Val cl 1-318 (YA30884) in July and Aug/78 by Prism Joint Venture (Asamera Oil
Corporation, Chieftain Development Company Ltd, Prism Resources Ltd, Siebens Oil and Gas
Ltd and E & B Exploration Ltd) which carried out geological mapping, prospecting, geochemical
(silt and soil) surveying, geophysical surveying, hand trenching and diamond drilling of 10 holes
(456 m) later in the year. In 1979, Dome Petroleum Ltd replaced Siebens in the joint venture,
which staked Val cl 319-376 (YA40125) between June and Aug/79 and carried out geological
mapping, soil geochemical surveying, hand trenching and diamond drilling of 39 drill holes (3
157 m) later that year; drilling of 9 holes (1 304 m) in 1980; drilling of 16 holes (630 m) in 1981
on the Siltstone showing and trenching and prospecting in 1982.
   Dome dropped its interest and E & B's was transferred to Imperial Metals Ltd in 1983. In
1985, Prism changed its name to International Prism Exploration Ltd and carried out trenching
of a number of previously defined geochemical anomalies and diamond drilling of 16 holes (1
479 m) on the Big Red Zone. In 1988, International Prism carried out diamond drilling of 5
holes (732 m) and carried out environmental studies along the proposed road route. International
Prism purchased a 100% working interest in these and the adjoining Vera claims (Minfile
Occurrence #106C 083), 5 km to the northwest, in 1989.
   In Oct/97, 15966 Yukon Inc a wholly owned subsidiary of Manson Creek Resources Ltd
staked Kla cl 1-48 (YB99845) at the south end of the Val claim group. Later in Oct/97, the
company staked Rusty cl 1-131 (YB99989) surrounding the Vera claims and forming one
contiguious block of claims. Manson Creek has an option to earn a 50% interest in the Vera and
Val claims.
   Manson Creek carried out geological mapping, prospecting, geochemical (rock, soil and stream
sediment) sampling and IP geophysical test surveying in 1998 and IP geophysical surveying,
limited geochemical surveying and diamond drilling of 7 holes (986.8 m) in 1999 (5 holes (767.5
m) on Val claims). A regional airborne geophysical survey was conducted over the area in 2001
and included coverage of the Val-Vera(Rusty-Kla) claim block.
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GEOLOGY
Nine silver-lead occurrences have been located within Middle Proterozoic Gillespie Group
dolomite that is unconformably overlain by carbonate rocks of the Late Proterozoic Pinguicula
Group. The vein-like South Hill (South) Zone has an average width of 4.5 m and has been
explored by drilling for about 300 m along strike and 250 m below surface.
   Several better grade zones have been found nearby. The Tetrahedrite, Big Red and Little Red
Zones, which occur 200 m north of the South Hill Zone, consist of erratic silver-lead
mineralization in irregular masses of white dolomite within the grey dolomitic host rock. Drilling
on the Big Red showing returned assays as high as 2 040 g/t Ag, 24.7% Pb and 7.8% Zn across
8.2 m. The nearby North Kill and Discovery Zones and Archie's Vein exhibit similar
mineralization but have only been partially explored.
   The Quartzite showing, which lies 5 km to the southwest, is a mineralized fault in quartzite
that has been explored by limited trenching.
   The Siltstone showing, in greenish Devonian argillite about 3 km to the northwest returned
average assays of 1 030 g/t Ag, 26.7% Pb and 7.3% Zn over 2.0 m. The 1981 drilling outlined 19
958 tonnes averaging 1 027.4 g/t Ag, 26.7% Pb and 7.3% Zn over a strike length of 50 m. A new
vein discovered in 1982 near the Siltstone showing consists of disseminated tetrahedrite in a
carbonate gangue. A chip sample across 0.9 m assayed 8 073 g/t Ag, 0.3% Pb, 0.8% Zn and
3.0% Cu, while a second returned 2 040 g/t Ag, 0.1% Pb, 0.7% Zn and 0.8% Cu across 2.4 m.
Nearby trenching in 1985 located the Siltstone II showing from which grab samples assayed up to
4 400 g/t Ag.
   Drilling in 1988 served to confirmed the structural extensions of the Little Red and Paka
Zones but encountered only poorly mineralized breccias and quartz veining in the host
dolomites.
    Manson Creek's evaluation work in 1998 served to relocate old showings and drill collars and
to confirm the results of previous sampling as well as provide more complete (32 element) ICP
analytical data. In 1999, drilling tested several IP chargeability anomalies along the structural
trend that includes Little Red, Big Red and Tetrahedrite Zones. Drilling to test for extensions of
the Little Red Zone identified a sequence of black graphitic calcareous shale in brecciated sparry
dolomite as the probable source of the anomaly. Drilling on the Tetrahedrite Zone intersected
breecciated sparry dolomite mineralized over a 17.3 m section with abundant veins, veinlets and
fracture fillings of pyrite, tetrahedrite, galena and red sphalerite. Peak values of 3.4 ppm Ag, 1
170 ppm Pb and 10 000 ppm Zn were reported with the best 5 m interval returning 2.6 ppm Ag,
577 ppm Pb and 6 604 ppm Zn. A second hole undercutting the first failed to intersect the
mineralized zone.
REFERENCES
GEORGE CROSS NEWSLETTER, 16 Sep/85; 5 Jul/89.

INTERNATIONAL PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Aug/85. Assessment Report #062208 by G.
Sivertz.

INTERNATIONAL PRISM RESOURCES LTD, May/89. Assessment Report #092725 by D.H.
Waugh.

JAMES, D.H., Apr/80. Silver-lead-zinc at Kathleen Lakes. Canadian Mining Journal, p. 49-54.
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MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Feb/99. Assessment Reoprt #093968 by J. Eaton et al.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Feb/2000. Assessment Report #094073 by B.T. Evans
and J. Eaton.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Feb/80. Assessment Report #090511 by G. Sivertz.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Apr/80. Assessment Report #090615 by G. Sivertz.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Dec/80. Assessment Report #090718 by G. Sivertz.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Jan/81. Assessment Report #090721 by G. Sivertz.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Dec/81. Assessment Report #090923 by G. Sivertz.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, Mar/83. Assessment Report #062146 by A.J. Sinclair.

PRISM RESOURCES LTD, May/84. Assessment Report #062185 by G. Sivertz.

YUKON MINING AND EXPLORATION OVERVIEW 1988, p. 31.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 1981, p. 187; 1998, p. 21-22, 28; 1999, p. 20, 30;
2001, p. 11-12, 24.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 231-235.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 086                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: ANOKI                                  LATITUDE: 64º 58' 53'' N
STATUS: PROSPECT                             LONGITUDE: 133º 15' 56'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
RAM
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Ram cl (YA14243) in Nov/76 by Mountaineer ML and optioned to Pan Ocean OL,
which explored with mapping, soil sampling and radiometric surveys in 1977 and 1978.
Mountaineer changed its name to Can Ml Corp in 1979.
   Restaked as Ram 1-20 cl (YB28672) in Jun/92 by a joint venture consisting of Pamicon
Developments Ltd, Equity Engineering Ltd and Westmin Resources Ltd, which explored with
limited sampling, prospecting and mapping in 1992. In Jan/94, the joint venture partners
transferred 100% interest in the Ram claims to Westmin Resources, which then formed the
Fairchild Joint Venture with Newmont Exploration Ltd. In Sept/94 the Fairchild Joint Venture
contracted Pamicon and Equity to carry out preliminary mapping, stream sediment sampling and
prospecting.
   D. and J. Hajek staked Co cl 1-20 (YB65589) to the east in Jul/96.
GEOLOGY
The area is underlain by a metamorphosed and altered sequence of Middle Proterozoic Wernecke
Supergroup sedimentary rocks that have been intruded by hematite breccias and cut by mafic sills
and dykes. The Wernecke Supergroup consists of three groups (oldest to youngest): Fairchild
Lake Group, Quartet Group and Gillespie Lake Group. The hematite breccias (Wernecke) consist
of both hetrolithic and homolithic types.
   Exploration work carried out by Pan Ocean OL found mineralization consisting of
pitchblende, brannerite and chalcopyrite in fracture zones within Middle Proterozoic bodies
cutting Middle Proterozoic Wernecke Supergroup strata. Five specific zones and numerous small
showings were found in a 1400 by 2100 m belt running north-south along the west side of the
claim block. Chip samples ranged up to 0.91% U3O8, and 0.38% Cu across 2 m from a hand
trenched zone on the southeast side of Ram Creek. Follow-up sampling in the same area in 1979
returned 0.10% U3O8 across 1 m at a depth of 2 m.
  Mapping completed by Pamicon and others shows that the Ram claim group is underlain by a
complexly folded and faulted sequence of Proterozoic Wernecke Supergroup strata cut by
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hematite and diorite intrusives. Pinguicula Group sedimentary rocks outcrop just east of the
property. A diorite sill intrudes an inferred thrust fault in the centre of the claim block. Wernecke
Breccia occurs peripheral to the diorite. In 1992, minor cobaltite was noted in a quartz vein near
the northwest boundary of the claims, and tetrahedrite float assaying 3.3% Cu and 408.0 g/t Ag
was found on the east side of the claim. Various specimens were assayed for gold but returned
only trace.
   Stream sediment sampling in 1994 returned several anomalous copper and gold values from
the northwest and central drainages of the property.
REFERENCES
MOUNTAINEER MINES LTD, 1978. Assessment Report #090421 by C.K. Ikona and M.A.
Stammers.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD, 1980. Assessment Report #090589 by C.K. Ikona and
D.A. Yeager.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD, Feb/95. Assessment Report #093266 by H.M. Klatt and
M.A. Stammers.

PAN OCEAN OIL LTD, 1977. Assessment Report #090284 by C.K. Ikona and M.A. Stammers.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Dec/92. Assessment Report #093115 by M.A. Stammers.
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                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 087                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\4
NAME: ROD                                    LATITUDE: 64º 10' 25'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                     LONGITUDE: 133º 57' 5'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC VEINS AG-PB-ZN+/-AU

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
JRS, ROD
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Rod cl 1-100 (YA15176) in Jun/77 by McIntyre Mines Ltd, which explored with
mapping and geochem surveys later in the year. In 1979, McIntyre entered a joint venture with
Canadian Superior Exploration Ltd, which conducted detailed mapping and hand trenching in
1979 and drilled four holes (325 m) in 1980. In 1982, the claims were transferred to SEREM Inc,
which performed minor soil sampling and mapping in 1983 and hand trenching in 1984.
   Restaked as JRS cl 1-25 (YC09924) in Aug/2001 by Manson Creek Resources Ltd which
carried out a small scale reconnaissance mapping and sampling later in the season. In 2002 the
company drilled 3 drill holes (384.5 m) to test the source of a large gossan.
GEOLOGY
The original claim block was staked along the Dawson Thrust, which separates Devonian to
Mississippian Keno Hill Quartzite and Earn Group equivalent rocks to the north from
Neoproterozoic to Lower Cambrian Hyland Group rocks to the south. Exploration work by
McIntyre Mines/Canadian Superior Exploration identified two types of mineralization: galena-
sphalerite fracture filling in carbonates, and argentiferous galena cobbles in Upper Devonian
shale. The best results were obtained from carbonate-hosted mineralization, from which a 5 m
chip sample returned, 13.3% lead, 1.2% zinc and 217 g/t silver.
   The three 1980 drill holes tested a zone of galena and sphalerite-filled fractures in limestone
layers along a northwest trending structure which cuts limestone, clastic and volcanic rocks of the
Neoproterozoic-Early Cambrian Hyland Group. The holes tested for mineralization below
surface trenches and intersected highly oxidized, weakly mineralized material assaying up to
0.63% lead, 1.33% zinc and 13 g/t silver across 1.1 m (in Hole 2). One hole collared in Upper
Devonian shale failed to explain the argentiferous galena cobbles.
   The 1984 hand trenching program evaluated the galena float occurrences and associated 2 km
long lead-zinc-silver soil geochemical anomalies. Numerous, narrow northwest-trending quartz
veins stained with plumbojarosite(?) were located, as well as a complex vein fault containing a 2
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cm wide central zone of massive, fine-grained galena. A bleached and altered zone of
hydrothermal alteration is associated with the vein system.
   Manson Creek Resources staked the JRS claims to explore for volcanogenic massive sulphide
mineralization similar to that present at the Marge deposit (Minfile Occurrence #106D 009)
located approximately 25 km to the southwest. The drill holes targeted a broad oxidation zone
located at the interface between Earn Group black shales and underlying quartz sericite schist,
interpreted to be metamorphosed felsic volcanics or siliceous tuffs. The zone is exposed
discontinuously over a strike length of about 150 m and has a apparent thickness of between 0.5
and 2 m. Grab samples of pyrite bearing quartz sericite schists overlying the oxidation zone have
returned values up to 0.8 g/t gold and 0.39% copper.
   The 2002 drill holes intersected numerous intervals of pyrite dominated syngenetic massive
sulphide that returned values up to 0.38 g/t massive sulphides, 27.6 g/t silver, 0.26% zinc and
0.28% copper. The massive sulphide intervals ranged between 2 and 50 centimeters in thickness.
Future work on the property will aim to vector into thicker and richer intervals or feeder zones.
   Work in 2002 also identified a 100 by 25 m area hosting significant mineralized quartz
stockworks. Mineralization consists of pyrite-arsenopyrite-stibnite as inclusions within fracture
controlled quartz+/-barite veins as well as disseminated within the host black shales in close
proximity to veins or in stockwork areas. Chip and grab sampling within the zone returned values
between 0.01 g/t gold to 3.30 g/t gold. The zone remains open in all directions.
    Similar mineralization was intersected at depth during drilling where a sample of a quartz-
barite vein with abundant pyrite and arsenopyrite in black shales returned an assay value of 0.30
g/t gold over 0.45 meter. This drill hole (JRS 01-02) was located some 2.4 kilometers from the
area of the surface gold showing, indicating that gold mineralization may be more extensive than
recognized to date
REFERENCES
CANADIAN SUPERIOR EXPLORATION LTD, Jan/80. Assessment Report #090611 by B.Y.
Kim.

CANADIAN SUPERIOR EXPLORATION LTD, Nov/80. Assessment Report #090687 by S.C.
James.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Jan/2003. Assessment Report #094359 by J.P. Jutras.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, May/2003. Web Site: www.manson.ca/.

MCINTYRE MINES LTD, Apr/78. Assessment Report #090306 by R. Arnold and A. Floyd.

MINERAL INDUSTRY REPORT 1977, p. 39.

SEREM INC., Jul/84. Assessment Report #091545 by R.C. Carne.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 2001, p. 11-12, 24; 2002 p. 19, 25, 26.

YUKON EXPLORATION 1984, p. 154.

YUKON GEOLOGY AND EXPLORATION 1979-80, p. 242.
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 088                              NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\5
NAME: SUPERDAVE                                LATITUDE: 64º 28' 48'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                LONGITUDE: 133º 44' 37'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: MISSISSIPPI VALLEY-TYPE PB-ZN (MVT)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
SUPERDAVE
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Super Dave cl (YB2718) in Aug/88 by NDU Res L and sold to YGC Res L.
GEOLOGY
A 2 m wide quartz-carbonate vein containing pyrite and chalcopyrite cuts Proterozoic dolomite
breccia. The margins of the vein are highly altered and contain disseminated fine-grained galena.
A specimen assayed 270.8 g/t Ag, 0.4% Pb and >1.0% Cu.
REFERENCES
                                                               MINFILE: 106C 089
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                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 089                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\12
NAME: CROM                                   LATITUDE: 64º 37' 45'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 34' 45'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: POLYMETALLIC VEINS AG-PB-ZN+/-AU

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
CROM
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Crom cl (YB2720) in Aug/88 by NDU Res L and sold to YGC Res L.
GEOLOGY
Fine-grained galena and chalcopyrite occur in a massive quartz-carbonate vein up to 1 m wide
that cuts Proterozoic dolomite. The best assay was 37.7 g/t Ag, >1% Cu and 0.06% Pb.
REFERENCES
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 090
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                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 090                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: TOW                                    LATITUDE: 64º 50' 15'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 47' 55'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
MMM, OLYMPIC, TOW
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Tow cl (YA30553) by Wernecke JV (Chevron Can L & Aquitaine) in Jun/78 and
explored with an airborne radiometric survey under an option to Eldorado Nuclear L. Wernecke
JV performed radiometric and geochem surveys and rock sampling in 1981, when Aquitaine
changed its name to Kidd Creek ML. In 1982, Eldorado changed its name to Eldor Res Ltd.
   Restaked in September and October 1992 as MMM 1-12 cl (YB28964) and Olympic 1-86 cl
(YB28634) by a joint venture consisting of Pamicon Developments Ltd, Equity Engineering Ltd
and Westmin Resources Ltd, which performed geological, geochemical and geophysical surveys
on the claims in Jun/93. The Olympic 99-150 cl (YB22868) were added in Oct/93. The joint
venture partners transferred 100 % interest in both claim groups to Westmin Resources Ltd. in
Jan/94.
    Between June and Jul/94, Pamicon drilled 4 holes (785 m) on Olympic claims 42, 45 and 60 to
test a geophysical anomaly, a soil geochemistry anomaly and the mineralization potential of a
lense of Wernecke Breccia. The company assayed for Au, Cu, Co and Ag and measured for
magnetic susceptibility and ionizing radiation (counts/sec using a scintillometer). None of the
holes returned economic values.
GEOLOGY
The Tow claims were staked over a breccia body cutting Middle Proterozoic Gillespie Lake
Group dolomite and Quartet Group argillite, which exhibit minor brannerite and pitchblende-
bearing fractures. The best zones (A & B) are outlined by parallel radioactive float trains
containing bleached and weakly brecciated argillite with minor pitchblende on hairline fractures.
   Zone A is 30 by 130 m, while Zone B is 5 by 100 m. Random chip samples across the two
zones returned 12 and 161 ppm U3O8 respectively. Representative specimens of radioactive
float returned values up to 407 ppm U3O8.
  The MMM claims were staked to cover a vein system cutting argillite of the lower Fairchild
Lake Group.
                                                              MINFILE: 106C 090
                                                              PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                              UPDATED: 1996/02/20


REFERENCES
ELDORADO NUCLEAR LTD, Nov/79. Assessment Report #090517 by C.J. Riley.

PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD., Oct/94. Assessment Report #093222 by D. Caulfield.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.

WERNECKE JOINT VENTURE, Jan/81. Assessment Report #090731 by W.D. Eaton and A.R.
Archer.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Dec/92. Assessment Report #093117 by D.A. Caulfield.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Feb/94. Assessment Report #093172 by D.A. Caulfield and
M.A. Stammers.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 091
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                 UPDATED: 1998/05/05


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 091                           NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\3
NAME: TELL                                  LATITUDE: 64º 0' 15'' N
STATUS: ANOMALY                             LONGITUDE: 133º 7' 18'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: SELWYN BASIN
DEPOSIT TYPE: SEDIMENTARY EXHALATIVE ZN-PB-AG (SEDEX)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
TELL
WORK HISTORY
Staked Jun/91 as Tell 1-10 cl (YB18115) by Kennecott Canada Inc. which explored with
mapping and geochemical sampling.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover a ferricrete gossan and kill zone beside the Stewart River. Weak smithsonite
mineralization is found in a stockwork zone in the hanging wall of a reverse fault which separates
shale and chert of the Devono-Mississippian Earn Group from quartzite and minor limestone of
the Late Proterozoic-Early Cambrian Hyland Group. A small diorite plut occurs several hundred
metres west of the ferricrete zone.
   The ferricrete contains elevated values of Zn, Mn, Cd and Co. Soils surrounding the ferricrete
gossan contain anomalous Zn, Pb, Ba, Ni, Sr, and Cd.
REFERENCES
KENNECOTT CANADA INC., Jun/92. Assessment Report #093031 by G.G. Carlson.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 092
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                UPDATED: 1998/03/05


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 092                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: WHALE                                  LATITUDE: 64º 55' 25'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 40' 57'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WORK HISTORY
Staked as the Whale 1-10 claims (YB29152) in Oct/92 by a joint venture consisting of Pamicon
Developments, Equity Engineering Ltd and Westmin Resources Ltd. The joint venture explored
with geological mapping, lithogeochemistry and soil sampling in 1993. In Jul/95 the claims were
transferred to Newmont Mines Ltd.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover a body of Wernecke breccia and diorite intruding argillite of the Middle
Proterozoic Fairchild Lake Group.
REFERENCES
PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD., Feb/94. Assessment Report #093180 by M.A. Stammers.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A. 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral occurrences
in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon Exploration and
Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern
Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 093
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                UPDATED: 1996/02/20


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 093                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: ATHENS                                 LATITUDE: 64º 51' 7'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 51' 15'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT:
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
MMM, OLYMPIC
WORK HISTORY
Staked as MMM 1-12 cl (YB28964) and Olympic 1-86 cl (YB28634) in Sep and Oct/92 by a
joint venture consisting of Pamicon Developments Ltd, Equity Engineering Ltd and Westmin
Resources Ltd. The joint venture explored with geological, geochemical and geophysical surveys
in Jun/93, and added the Olympic 99-150 cl (YB22868) in Oct/93. The Tow occurrence (Minfile
#106C 090) and the Olympic occurrence (Minfile #106C 095) also occur within this claim block.
The Pamico and Equity transferred 100% interest in both claim groups to Westmin Resources
Ltd. in Jan/94.
   Between June and Jul/94, Pamicon drilled 4 holes (785 m) on Olympic claims 42, 45 and 60.
GEOLOGY
The claims cover bornite in a breccia body hosted by the Gillespie Lake Group. The 1994 drilling
tested a geophysical anomaly, a soil geochemical anomaly and the mineralization potential of a
lens of Wernecke Breccia. Pamicon assayed for Au, Cu, Co and Ag and measured for magnetic
susceptibility and ionizing radiation (counts/sec using a scintillometer). None of the holes
returned economic values.
REFERENCES
PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD., Oct/94. Assessment Report #093222 by D. Caulfield.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.
                                                      MINFILE: 106C 093
                                                      PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                      UPDATED: 1996/02/20


WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Dec/92. Assessment Report #093117 by D.A. Caulfield.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Feb/94. Assessment Report #093172 by D.A. Caulfield and
M.A. Stammers.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 094
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 1
                                                                UPDATED: 12:00:00 AM


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 094                                             NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: CAROL                                                   LATITUDE: 64º 59' 22'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                                               LONGITUDE: 133º 40' 19'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT:
DEPOSIT TYPE: CU+/-AG QUARTZ VEINS

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
WOLF
WORK HISTORY
Discovered by Thorkelson and Wallace (1994) during mapping in 1993. D & J Hajek staked the
Wolf cl 1-8 (YB43558) 3 km to the north in Oct/94.
GEOLOGY
Malachite occurs along bedding planes in calcareous siltstone of the upper Fairchild Lake Group.
A specimen collected by Thorkelson and Wallace assayed 4.3% Cu and 265 ppb Au.
REFERENCES
THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.
                                                                   MINFILE: 106C 095
                                                                   PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                   UPDATED: 1998/11/05


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 095                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\13
NAME: OLYMPIC                                LATITUDE: 64º 52' 25'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 50' 54'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT:
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
MMM, OLYMPIC
WORK HISTORY
Staked in Sept and Oct/92 as MMM 1-12 cl (YB28964) and Olympic 1-86 cl (YB28634) by a
joint venture between Pamicon Developments Ltd, Equity Engineering Ltd and Westmin
Resources Ltd, which explored with geological, geochemical and geophysical surveys in Jun/93.
The Olympic 99-150 cl (YB22868) were added in Oct/93. The Tow occurrence (Minfile #106C
090) and Athens (Minfile #106C 093) also occur within this claim block. The Pamicon and
Equity transferred 100% interest in both claim groups to Westmin Resources Ltd. in Jan/94.
   Between June and Jul/94, Pamicon drilled 4 holes (785 m) on Olympic claims 42, 45 and 60.
GEOLOGY
Copper mineralization occurs in a breccia body near bodies of anorthosite and diorite. The
breccia cuts dolomitic rocks at the base of the Gillespie Lake Group. The 1994 drilling tested a
geophysical anomaly, a soil geochemical anomaly and the mineralization potential of a lens of
Wernecke Breccia. Pamicon assayed for Au, Cu, Co and Ag and measured for magnetic
susceptibility and ionizing radiation (count/sec using a scintillometer). None of the holes returned
economic values.
REFERENCES
PAMICON DEVELOPMENTS LTD., Oct/94. Assessment Report #093222 by D. Caulfield.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994a. Geological Map of Fairchild Lake map
area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1994-6(G).

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1994b. Geological Setting of mineral
occurrences in Fairchild Lake map area, (106C/13), Wernecke Mountains, Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1993, Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 79-92.
                                                      MINFILE: 106C 095
                                                      PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                      UPDATED: 1998/11/05


WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Dec/92. Assessment Report #093117 by D.A. Caulfield.

WESTMIN RESOURCES LTD, Feb/94. Assessment Report #093172 by D.A. Caulfield and
M.A. Stammers.
                                                                MINFILE: 106C 096
                                                                PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                UPDATED: 2000/03/01


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 096                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: JULIE                                  LATITUDE: 64º 53' 48'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 26' 39'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BL, BLOOM
WORK HISTORY
Thorkelson and Wallace (1995) reported this showing as Minfile Occurrence #106C 095.


Discovered during geological mapping program by Thorkelson and Wallace (1995). J. Hajek
staked Bloom cl 1-38 (YB43576) to the north and west in Sep/94. The next year Hajek optioned
the claims to West Lake Ltd which carried out a trenching and prospecting program later in the
summer. Hajek staked the occurrence as BL cl 55-62 (YB65749) in Jul/96.
GEOLOGY
The occurrence consists of quartz-dolomite-pyrite and chalcopyrite veins associated with nearby
zones of Wernecke Breccia. Two zones of veining about 5 m wide within the Fairchild Lake
Group occur near the base of the cirque headwall. Abundant vein float suggests that the veins
may also crop out higher on the cirque walls. The two best assays from vein material were 1.8 %
Cu, 0.42 gm/t Au; and 0.02 % Cu, 0.02 gm/t Au.
REFERENCES
THORKELSON, D.J. and WALLACE, C.A., 1995. Geology and mineral occurrences of the
Dolores Creek map area (106C/14), Wernecke Mountains, northeastern Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1994. Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 19-30.

THORKELSON, D.J. and WALLACE, C.A., 1995. Geological map of Dolores Creek map area
(106C/14), Wernecke Mountains, northeastern Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services
Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada, Open File 1995-6 (G). - Preliminary Copy.

THORKELSON, D.J. and WALLACE, C.A., 1998. Geological map of Dolores Creek map area,
Wernecke Mountains, Yukon (106C/14). Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon,
Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Geoscience Map 1998-11, scale 1:50 000.
                                                       MINFILE: 106C 096
                                                       PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                       UPDATED: 2000/03/01


WEST LAKE LTD, Mar/96. Assessment Report #093510 by J.H. Hajek.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 097
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                 UPDATED: 2000/03/01


                                  YUKON MINFILE
                             YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                   WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 097                            NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\14
NAME: BEL                                    LATITUDE: 64º 54' 54'' N
STATUS: SHOWING                              LONGITUDE: 133º 29' 13'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: MACKENZIE PLATFORM
DEPOSIT TYPE: IRON OXIDE BRECCIAS & VEINS (WERNECKE BRECCIAS)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
BARB, BL
WORK HISTORY
Thorkelson and Wallace (1995) reported this showing as Minfile Occurrence #106C 096.


    Discovered by Thorkelson and Wallace (1995) during a regional mapping program conducted
in the mid 1990's. J. Hajek staked the southern showing as Barb cl 9-18 (Yb43566) in Sept/94. In
early 1995, Hajek optioned the claims to West Lake Ltd which carried out a trenching and
prospecting program later in the summer. In Jul/96 Hajek staked the northern and restaked the
southern showing within Bl cl 49-54 (YB65743).
GEOLOGY
The occurrence consists of a group of chalcopyrite-malachite showings in fractured and
brecciated siltstone of the Fairchild Lake Group, and veined, metasomatized diorite. It was
previously identified but not described by Bell (1986a). The showings occur over a 1 x 0.5 km
area. The diorite crops out along the banks of two small creeks in exposures up to 0.1 km2 and
appears to form the roof of a stock. The diorite hosts veinlets and disseminations of secondary
specularite, potassium feldspar, and locally chalcopyrite. The best assay result, 0.8% Cu was from
a selected hand specimen from a showing in brecciated siltstone located at 4490 feet above sea
level, at UTM E 572500, N 7199200.
REFERENCES
BELL, R.T., 1986a. Geological map of northeastern Wernecke Mountains, Yukon Territory.
Geological Survey of Canada, Open File 1207.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1995. Geology and mineral occurrences of the
"Dolores Creek" map area (106C/14), Wernecke Mountains, northeastern Yukon. In: Yukon
Exploration and Geology, 1994. Exploration and Geological Services Division, Yukon, Indian
and Northern Affairs Canada, p. 19-30.
                                                              MINFILE: 106C 097
                                                              PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                              UPDATED: 2000/03/01


THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1995. Geological map of the "Delores Creek map
area (106C/14), Wernecke Mountains, northeastern Yukon. Exploration and Geological Services
Division, Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs, Canada Open File 1995-6 (G). - Preliminary Copy.

THORKELSON, D.J. AND WALLACE, C.A., 1998. Geological map of Dolores Creek map
area, Wernecke Mountains, Yukon (106C/14). Exploration and Geological Services Division,
Yukon, Indian and Northern Affairs Canada. Geoscience Map 1998-11, scale 1:50 000.

WEST LAKE LTD, Mar/96. Assessment Report #093510 by J.H. Hajek.
                                                                 MINFILE: 106C 098
                                                                 PAGE:      1 of 2
                                                                 UPDATED: 2004/07/27


                                   YUKON MINFILE
                              YUKON GEOLOGICAL SURVEY
                                    WHITEHORSE

MINFILE: 106C 098                           NTS MAP SHEET: 106C\03
NAME: TANNER                                LATITUDE: 64º 03' 14'' N
STATUS: DRILLED PROSPECT                    LONGITUDE: 133º 16' 18'' W
TECTONIC ELEMENT: SELWYN BASIN
DEPOSIT TYPE: SEDIMENTARY EXHALATIVE ZN-PB-AG (SEDEX)

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


CLAIMS (PREVIOUS & CURRENT)
TANNER
WORK HISTORY
Staked as Tanner cl 1-8 (C02343) in Aug/2000 by A. Bordeleau who carried out limited
geological mapping, rock sampling and hand trenching. In Jul/2001 Bordeleau optioned the
claims to Manson Creek Resources Ltd which added Tanner cl 9-44 (YC02790) and carried out
airborne magnetic, electromagnetic and radiometric surveys over the claim block. In 2002
Manson Creek carried out a ground magnetic and electromagnetic geophysical survey the results
of which were used to locate and drill 2 diamond drill holes (306 m).
GEOLOGY
The area lies in the northeast portion of the Selwyn Basin, near its boundary with the Mackenzie
Platform. The basin contains a broad package of Late Proterozoic through Triassic sediments
deposited outboard of the stable continental margin of ancestral North America. The area was last
mapped regionally by S.L. Blusson in 1974 however Gordey et al., (2003) recently produced a
geological compilation of the Yukon which included this area.
    The occurrence is located on the boundary between Upper Proterozoic to Lower Cambrian
Hyland Group rocks to the north and Ordovician to Lower Devonian Road River and Devonian
and Mississippian Earn Group rocks to the south. The Dawson Thrust is located to the north and
is the major structural feature in the area.
   Although Manson Creek Resources has carried out geological mapping and sampling on the
Tanner claims, little of the data has been released. The airborne geophysical survey outlined a
100 to 400 m wide conductive zone striking at 122 degrees across the length of the original eight
Tanner claims. This conductor is coincident with a very weak linear magnetic low. The ground
geophysical survey was carried out run to accurately locate the conductor on the ground and thus
help determine the optimum location for drill testing the target.
   The first hole tested the conductor within 100 metres of gossanous seeps originating from
shale stratigraphy. It intersected a sequence of grey to black graphitic shales characterized by
abundant millimetre to centimetre scale massive pyrite laminaes which locally grade into semi-
massive sulphide intersections over a few metres. A coarse conformable polymictic
                                                                  MINFILE: 106C 098
                                                                  PAGE:      2 of 2
                                                                  UPDATED: 2004/07/27


synsedimentary breccia unit was found to underlain the shales in both drill holes. Drilling was
stopped within this unit in the first hole. The second hole which was collared 750 m to the south
east intersected the same units as the first and continued through the breccia unit which was found
to be underlain by further black, locally graphitic shales and a thick section of bedded laminated
barite with minor pyrite. The bedded barite exceeded 20 m (down hole) in length and returned an
average assay of 26.9 % BaO.
   Manson Creek did not determine stratigraphic relationships however it appears the company
encountered Hyland Group rocks in the top half of the hole and Earn Group rocks towards the
bottom of both holes. The lack of calcareous units suggests that the holes did not intersect any
Road River rocks or that Road River rocks were indistinguishable from the Hyland Group rocks.
The existence of a thick bedded barite unit suggests Earn Group as bedded barite commonly
occurs within the unit elsewhere within the Selwyn Basin. Although no economic mineralization
was encountered, trace element results suggest the presence of a possible sedimentary exhalative
(SEDEX) mineralizing system.
REFERENCES
GEOLOGICAL SURVEY OF CANADA, 1974. Open File 205 by S.L. Blusson.

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).

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Jan/2002. Assessment Report #094298 by R Chernish.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, Jan/2003. Assessment Report #094360 by J.P. Jutras.

MANSON CREEK RESOURCES LTD, May/2004. Web Site: www.manson.ca.

YUKON EXPLORATION AND GEOLOGY 2001, p. 11-12, 24; 2002, p. 19, 25-26.

								
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