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L J Zinc-Lead-Silver Property

The LJ property is located 35 kilometres north-northeast of Revelstoke in the Selkirk Mountains, on a north slope of the ridge separating Carnes Creek to the south and McKinnon Creek to the north. In 2020, diamond blade saw channel sampling was completed over new extensions of the massive sulfide occurrence recently exposed by glacial melt back that has occurred since the first discovery was made in 2016.

Geologists and field technicians completed a series of diamond blade saw channel samples over a width of 90 metres in an east-west direction perpendicular to the strike direction, where possible. The area was pressure washed to expose bedrock across the strike where possible. Some areas were not sampled where the glacial moraines were too extensive to expose bedrock or still ice covered. Two parallel 6 centimetre deep cuts, separated by 6 centimetres of rock, were cut. Then a sample was chiseled out and placed into individual sample bags. The sampled lengths varied from 0.10 metres to 2.0 metres and results are shown on the plan below along with the samples collected in 2016.

Imperial Greenfield Projects:

Gold Fandora, Churchill-Hiller, Bronson, Cunningham Creek, Lillooet, Pelican, Porcher Island
Copper Whiting Creek, Catface, Sustut, 2 Star/Storey, Balwin-McVicar, Bear, Nak
Zinc-Lead-Silver Ruddock Creek, Estella, Howser Ridge, Kneb, LJ, Robb Lake, Ghost, Wasi Creek

For additional information, refer to the Company’s New Releases, Quarter Reports & Annual Information Form.

Update Dec | 2020