Quebec - Kipawa
Kipawa Gold - Rare Earth Elements Property, Quebec
The Kipawa gold project is an early stage exploration project located approximately 100 kilometres south of Rouyn-Noranda, halfway between the Elliot Lake camp and the Abitibi gold belt camp, and was initially acquired on the basis of a Government regional stream sediment survey. The project consists of three non-contiguous claim blocks totalling 1,485 claims.
Exploration programs performed in 2007 to 2009 included regional till sampling, prospecting, geophysics, soil geochemistry, and limited diamond drilling. These programs lead to the discovery of gold and rare earth elements (REE) mineralization. Mineralization occurs along the contact between a syenite intrusive and altered hosted rocks.
Delivering strong rare earth elements (REE) results, the Company farmed out the REE rare earth discovery to Forum Uranium Corp in July, 2011.
Information of a scientific or technical nature was prepared under the supervision of Martin Demers, P.Geo., Manager of Exploration and a qualified person under National Instrument 43-101.
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