Overview

About the Georgia Project

The 9,300-hectare high-grade gold Georgia Project, centered on the past-producing Georgia River Mine, is located on tidewater 16 kilometres south of the town of Stewart, BC, in the prolific Golden Triangle. The Georgia River Mine, which last operated in 1939, contains 1.2 kilometres of underground access on three levels. The project was explored from the 1970s by several companies with the intent of restarting the mine, but this historic work focused almost exclusively on the area hosting the existing mine workings, which supports the presence of a much larger hydrothermal system. Only a small part of this hydrothermal system would have been explored by the past-producing mine or drill tested.

Project Highlights

  • 7,900 ha of claims surrounding the past producing Georgia River mine

  • Ideal Location: Situated on the Portland Canal, 16 km from Stewart with access to a deep-water port in ice free tidewater

  • High grade Au-Ag past producer in footwall of a major deformation zone

  • Gram-plus gold values over 590 m of projected surface trace and veins in the old mine confirm presence of gold in a potentially large Early Jurassic hydrothermal system

  • 3,600 metres in 24 diamond drill holes completed in 2020 drill program at Georgia extending mineralization from the historic high-grade gold mine along strike and at depth

  • 2,750 metres of historic diamond drill core recovered, logged and assayed