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Drill Core in A Box at SHERLOCK, 2019-12

Drill Core in A Box at SHERLOCK, 2019-12 Watch a video of drilling at our Mitchi...

Watch the Drill Turn at SHERLOCK, 2019-12

"As you go through the same horizon again and again over a hole 120 metres deep, you just drill through the same fold several times. That was the first interpretation we got something really interesting."

View from the Drill Rig, SHERLOCK 2019-12

"This is what we are trying to explain to the market. It will be much easier with the grades coming out as of January to understand a geological mining model with those horizontal layers of marble."

Drilling at SHERLOCK, 2019-12

This is not in the swampy Abitibi territory where you can drill mostly in the winter. Here, you can drill anytime you want. Obviously, you cannot drill from the lakes in the summer but, ground-wise, it’s very stable and solid ground. You have very little swampy area that cannot be accessed in the summer.

Mitchi Geology

Learn more about The Mitchi.

Overview of The Mitchi Copper-Silver Project

The Mitchi property (approx. 30,000 hectares, 100% owned) located west of the Mitchinamecus reservoir, 100 km north of the town of Mont-Laurier. The property covers an area of more than 300 km2 accessible by a network of logging and gravel roads with a hydro-electric power substation located 14 km to the east.

Fer à Cheval

"WE LODGED SOME OF THE HYDRO-QUÉBEC EMPLOYEES. WE’RE 15 KILOMETRES AWAY FROM THE MAJOR HYDRO-QUÉBEC SUBSTATION CALLED POSTE LA VÉRENDRYE. "

“C’est comme ça que tout a commencé”, Kiril Mugerman sur StockPulse

"In our case, we were the first company “pre- Resource Estimate” where the CDPQ took a position more than 10%."

“Metallogeny of the Grenville Province revisited” Michel Gauthier & Francis Chartrand,...

Read the abstract to "Metallogeny of the Grenville Province revisited" Michel Gauthier & Francis Chartrand, 2011.

“Our drilling angle was completely wrong.” Kiril Mugerman on StockPulse

"First of all, volumes are easier to add up when everything is horizontal than vertical, drilling-wise. Second, our drilling angle was completely wrong. All the drill holes that we drilled in November and December are all vertical."