Dryden Area Overview

A Prolific Gold Region of Northwestern Ontario

  • Over 30+ Moz Au of historic production from the Birch-Uchi Greenstone Belts

  • Under-explored Western Wabigoon Greenstone Belts

  • Historic work in the Dryden area dates back to the turn of the early 1900’s with little large-scale modern exploration since

  • Red Lake Camp approximately two hours north of the project and Rainy River Mine three hours south

High-Grade Intercepts Across the Dryden Area

GOLD ROCK CAMP DRILL INTERCEPT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 3,497.0 g/t Au over 8.5m 
  • 15.4 g/t Au over 6.1m
  • 12.7 g/t over 4.0m
  • 12.6 g/t Au over 4.0m

LOWER MANITOU DRILL INTERCEPT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 2.4 g/t Au over 75.1m 
  • 5.0 g/t Au over 8.8m 
  • 46.0 g/t Au over 0.5m

TREMBLAY PROJECT DRILL INTERCEPT HIGHLIGHTS

  • 24.56 g/t Au over 2.25 m (channel sample)
  • 39 g/t Au (grab sample)
  • 15.0 g/t Au (grab sample)

Geological Setting

Red Lake Mine Geology
~25Moz of production

Red Lake Mine Geology

Gold Rock Area Geology
Exploration Potential

Gold Rock Geology

SIMILARITIES

  • Similar geology setting with similar rock types and regional folding

  • Structural geometry – shear corridor with secondary splay structures

  • Favourable geological gold traps including regional folds

  • Recent study comparing Dryden to Timmins Camp

OPPORTUNITIES

  • Past gold production to 140m

  • Limited drilling at depth (below 100m)

  • Minimal geological interpretation to date

Gold Rock Camp - Gold Rich History

  • Mining at the turn of the century (1900’s)

  • Shallow historic mining ~140m depth

  • ~75% of the historic mining in the district was from the Gold Rock camp

  • Historic mining was designed from surface expression

  • Supports the regional geology theory

  • Laurentian Mine produced 20K tons of ore @.41 g/t on Elora Vein

OPPORTUNITIES IN DRYDEN

  • High grade known to occur in Dryden area

  • Limited mining and exploration at depth

  • Minimal geological interpretation to date

SIMILARITIES TO DRYDEN

  • Similar geology setting with similar rock types and regional folding

    Structural geometry – gold bearing shear corridor with secondary splay structures

    Favourable geological gold traps

All comparisons to other projects or mines referred to herein are conceptual in nature . Insufficient work has been completed on Dryden’s properties to make any determination that Dryden’s properties are comparable to the referenced projects and there is no certainty that the Dryden’s properties host comparable mineralization or will have the feasibility of referenced projects.