Hot Dog / Aussie

LOCATION AND PROPERTY DESCRIPTION

The Hot Dog/Aussie claims are located in the southern corner of BC’s “Golden Triangle”. The claims cover alpine ground amidst several glaciers and icesheets. The property consists of two non-contiguous mineral claims of approximately 370 ha combined. The claims are located about 29 km east of the mining hub town of Stewart BC. Access will require a helicopter.

GEOLOGY AND MINERALIZATION

The two claims are underlain principally by Lower to Midlle Jurassic Hazelton Group volcanics. Stuhini Group sedimentary and volcanic rocks are in contact with Hazelton Group rocks in the northeastern portion of the larger claim.

On the Aussie claim, the strongly iron-oxide and quartz-sericite altered, pyritic andesitic tuffs and porphyritic crystal tuffs are present.

EXPLORATION RESULTS

Limited surface exploration has been carried out on the properties, principally as a result of such little bedrock exposure amidst the icefields. With glaciers and icesheets continuing to retreat throughout the area, additional bedrock exposure undoubtedly be available. Mineralization was discovered by previous operators in most of these exposed areas.