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Demi-Lune General Location Map
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Demi-Lune General Mag Survey and Inputs
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Demi-Lune General Geology
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Golden Moon Sample Location
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Property Demi-Lune Project

The Demi-Lune Project is located 5.5 kilometres south-west from downtown Chibougamau City, in the province of Québec. The property contains the contact between a granophyre and an anorthositic gabbro which is included within the superior part of the Lac Doré complex. The eastern part of the project contains an undrilled gold showing where a quartz – chlorite – siderite – sulphide (pyrite and chalcopyrite) schist cuts an altered quartz – feldspar granophyric felsic rock. According to the Government of Québec (Bernier, 2015), the content of this showing, which was discovered by a prospector in the 1970’s, was unknown to the public until 2015. In 2015, the Government of Québec carried out a channeling sampling program on behalf of Bouchard and McCormick which consisted of one meter samples grading up to 7.6 g/t Au and 9.0 g/t Ag respectively. According to Bernier (2015), the mineralisation of the Demi-Lune showing exhibits many characteristics analogous to the former Obalski (Cu-Au-Ag-Zn) mine, located 2.5 kilometres to the east, which commenced production in 1946 and ceasing operations in the 1970’s.

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