Gespeg has a 100% undivided interest in 39 mining claims equivalent to 2,261 ha. in the southern part of the Gaspé Peninsula, to the North-West of the municipality of Port Daniel and North-East of Bonaventure.
Situated along the Grand Pabos Fault known for high grade Au, Ag, Cu, Pb showings North of the Riviere Garin Fault Lac Arsenault Project features:
5 major vein systems: the Baker vein, the Mersereau vein, the Line 4 W vein, the Marleau vein and the Greek veins as well as related breccias.
The polymetalic mineralization found to date represents telescoping mineralized veins and breccias caused by an underlain intrusion.
The sources of numerous mineralized boulders, geochemical Au and Ag anomalies and geophysical conductors remain undefined.
Since 1946, work in the area comprised of prospecting, geophysical surveying, geochemical surveying, mapping, trenching, stripping, diamond drilling.
5000 m of drilling historically
Deepest hole 600m structural not fully analyse.
Average depth 80m
Exploration programs determined veins are open along strike and at depth.
In the literature of historical works, two estimates of unclassified resources are mentioned. Calculations made for internal and mentioned in some GM ((GM 55619 page 1 and 2 G. Henriksen report 1998)) and some annual management report of companies.
In 2005-2006 exploration work (prospecting and drilling) were executed on the property but the data is not available in any government report (Sigeom)
Opening of new roads makes this project very accessible Gespeg believes that the new approaches and technologies in the resources sector will increase the potential for new discoveries along the Grand Pabos fault.
The samples taken were assayed by ALS in Val-d’Or, and the reported results are as follows.
Technical data from grab sample July 2018
Qualified Person: Bernard-Olivier Martel, P. Geo, the Company's Director of Exploration, is a qualified person (as such term is defined in National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects) and has reviewed and approved the technical disclosure.
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Qualified Person: Bernard-Olivier Martel, P. Geo, the Company's Director of Exploration, is a qualified person (as such term is defined in National Instrument 43-101 - Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects) and has reviewed and approved the technical disclosure contained in this page