The Gochager Lake Project is host to a historic resource and recent drilling by Fathom intersected 18.1 meters of 2.43% Ni, 0.51% Cu and 0.18% Co.
The Albert Lake Project is host to the historic, past producing Rottenstone Mine where reported production grades of 3.28% Ni, 1.83% Cu and 9.63 g/t 3PE (Pd-Pt+Au) resulted from a mining operation 1965 – 1969. The Rottenstone Mine is recognized as one of the highest magmatic nickel sulphide deposits mined in Canada.
Two high-grade magmatic nickel projects
The Albert Lake property is located within the Rottenstone Domain which defines the western margin of the Trans Hudson Orogeny (Corridor).
With the acquisition of the Tremblay-Olson Claims in Summer of 2022; the Albert Lake property consists of thirty-one, contiguous, 100% owned mineral claims covering a combined 90,459 hectares. The property is host to the historic Rottenstone Mine, a past producer of high-grade magmatic nickel sulphide mineralization.
The Saskatchewan Mineral Deposit Index (report #0958) reports that mining produced 26,057 tonnes with an average grade of 3.28% Ni, 1.83% Cu and 9.63 g/t 3PE (Pd-Pt+Au) from estimated resources that range from 45,000 tons to 60,000 tons*. Mining occurred from an open pit operation 1965 – 1969 on the eastern shore of Rottenstone Lake.