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Property Copper Point

The Copper Point project is located in the north –east part of the Boisvert intrusion. This particular intrusion is located 30km south east of the Chibougamau volcanic segment which is included within the north – eastern part of the Abitibi volcano-plutonic of  Northwestern Quebec in the Archean Superior Province.  The property is composed of 59 mining claims representing 3319 hectares or 33.2  km2.

In 2014 and 2015, an IP survey was carried out on the Copper Point property following the discovery of outcrops with some quartz veinlets and disseminated pyrite and chalcopyrite within sub –vertical dipping metasedimentary rocks. One grab sample notably recovered 2,5% Cu, 14,0 g/t Ag and 0,5g/t Au.  Each north –east line of the cut – lines grid was only 600 metres in length and did not cover the property entirely. However, the IP survey exhibits a strong chargeability anomaly over a length of 1,4 km and a width varying between 40 to 75 metres. The orientation N117° anomaly, sub – parallel to the direction of sedimentary units, matches with the regional tectonic orientations observed to the west, within the volcanic segment of Chibougamau.  We have not yet observed any graphite. The anomaly is considered here as a potential structural fabric of disseminated sulphides which could contain economic metals. The fabric may be included within a hydrothermal system which is sometimes found in volcanic and sedimentary rocks in the vicinity of tonalitic and granodioritic intrusions.