Mackie West Project
The 3,603 hectare Mackie West property lies within the 'Golden Triangle', a major metallogenic province that extends from the Stewart area in the south, to the Sulphurets and McKay Lake areas in the north, and to the Snippaker Creek area in the northwest.
This richly mineralized region contains a diverse suite of deposits that range from mesothermal precious metal deposits such as the Snip, to porphyry-style copper-gold deposits such as Kerr-Sulphurets-Mitchell, to transitional epithermal porphyry-related stockwork deposits such as Brucejack-Valley of the Kings, to the Eskay Creek deposit, with affinities to both epithermal and volcanogenic-style mineralization. These deposits are hosted within Lower Jurassic volcanic and sedimentary rocks of the Hazelton Group or within intrusive rocks themselves hosted by Hazelton Group rocks.
Limited exploration has been completed on the project with the most notable showing located in the western portion of the project known as Sheelagh Creek. The showing consists of a 2.5 to 3.5 metre wide quartz vein striking approximately 045 degrees and dipping about 75 degrees to the northwest. It has been traced for only 8 metres before it disappears under the surrounding overburden / greywacke / sandstone. Mineralization consists of disseminated to semi-massive pods of pyrite. Three one metre chip samples taken across the face of the vein produced assay results of 15.63 g/t Au and 41.83 g/t Ag over 3 metres. A select grab sample returned values of 61.40 g/t Au and 109.5 g/t Ag. An attempt to drill the vein was made in 1996 but the ground was badly fractured and none of the four holes attempted was able to reach the target depth. To the present time this vein has never been drilled.
Tudor Gold can earn 100% of the Project by paying $250,000 in staged payments by September 26, 2019. The vendor retains a 2.5% net smelter royalty.
Richard Graham, B.Sc., P.Geol, a Qualified Person as defined in NI 43-101, has approved the foregoing disclosure on the Mackie West Project. Please refer to the technical report entitled "Geological and Geochemical Report on the Mackie Property" dated January 18, 2016, a link to which is provided here.
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