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. the latest addition to the Gaspe portfolio of property is Native Copper project with multiple showings with high grade sampling.