Gaspe Peninsula has had multiple producing mines historically, one of them being the Gaspe Copper Mine (“Gaspe Copper”) in Murdochville, which produced approximately 141 million tons @ 0.85% copper from 1954 to 1999 under Noranda. Over the last 14 years, Gaspe Copper changed hands multiple times, being owned periodically by The Falconbridge, Xstrata and now owned by Glencore\Xstrata. A resource of 180 million¹ tons is still present in the Murdochville camp. In 2012 Gespeg announced a discovery of 29m @ .94 % copper at 5.20m from surface 25km west of the Gaspe Copper mine, in a project known as Sullipek East. This property hosts a similar geologic environment as Gaspe Copper. In 2017 Gespeg issued a Ni-43-101 on the Sullipek property and acquired the Lac Arsenault project in 2018.