Quesnel Nickel Project

The Quesnel Nickel/Cobalt Project consists of 8 contiguous mineral claims comprising 2,219.34 hectares and the project area covers a favourable linear NW-SE striking geological unit approximately 15km by 3km hosting nickel mineralization in serpentinite and sheared ultramafic rock, a similar geological host as the Trembleur ultramafic rocks found at Decar.  With 2,434,965 tonnes of contained metal at a grade of 0.12% Ni, Decar has been recognized by as the third top nickel project in the world.” 

Green River Gold Corp.


Netalzul Mt. Project

The Netalzul Mountain Project (“Netalzul”) is one of four projects on Jaxon’s Hazelton Property in the Omenica Mining Division, 57 km (35 miles) north of Smithers, British Columbia. Netalzul is marked by surficial Ag-Au-Cu-Mo-W-Zn-Pb-Sb polymetallic occurrences. After reviewing and modeling key historical prospecting, staking, geological data, and data collected in the 2020 field season. The mineralization exposed at Netalzul is analogous to the types of mineralization at the Silver Standard mine at East Hazelton and the Huckleberry porphyry mine 100 km south of Smithers. Over the last 70 years, Netalzul Mountain has had an eventful staking and artisanal mining history but to date has not been systematically explored.  (Jaxon Mining, 2021) 

Jaxon Mining Inc.


Hawk Ridge Project

The Hawk Ridge property is located on the eastern side of the Ungava Peninsula, northern Québec. Geologically, the property is part of the northern extension of the Labrador Trough, which in turn is part of the eastern extension of the Early Proterozoic Circum-Superior Belt. The Circum-Superior Belt contains the world-class Thompson and Raglan nickel camps. The property geology is comprised of a kilometre-scale sedimentary-volcanic sequence that hosts numerous mafic-ultramafic intrusions with which the Ni-Cu-PGE sulphide mineralization is associated. Westerly-directed folding and thrust faulting have deformed all property lithologies. 

Nickel North Exploration Corp.


Kymar Silver Project

Kymar Silver property consists of 1440.87 hectares located approximately 28 kilometres west of Invermere, BC. This property is 100% owned by Green River Gold Corp. Eight previous mineral exploration and production records in the property could be traced from BC Minfile. According to those records, this property is a multi-element deposit with high silver, copper, lead, and zinc grades.

The assaying results returned from the lab indicate the high grade of silver, copper, and barium from the rock samples.

Green River Gold Corp.


Ear Falls Spodumene Project

The Ear Falls Project (20,623 ha), previously referred to as the Wenasaga Project, is located right outside the town of Ear Falls, Ontario. Ear Falls has excellent infrastructure including highway and logging road access, power lines, services, and local labor. In the 2023 exploration program at Ear Falls, Beyond Lithium:

Beyond Lithium Inc.


Mt. Nansen-Klaza River  Project

The Mt. Nansen camp hosts approximately 30 mineral occurrences of epithermal and porphyry origin. The largest occurrence is the Brown-McDade with approximately 600 thousand tonnes of drill-indicated reserves at 6.1 g/t Au and 55.5 g/t Ag. The majority of the northwest-striking, steeply dipping epithermal quartz/sulphide veins are found within a 12 km long by 3 km wide northwest-trending corridor called the Nansen trend. The precious-metal-bearing veins occur in all lithologies within the Nansen trend and contain (in order of decreasing abundance) pyrite, arsenopyrite, galena, sphalerite, chalcopyrite, stibnite and tetrahedrite.