The exploration project covers an area of 17,119 hectares and is not at a resource level.

Current ideas would state that because the grade is low, there is only a limited potential in the area. If that were the guiding principal, globally some mines would never have been found. Case in point in Canada, a less than 10km long folded pyrrhotite body, usually grades about 0.1% nickel, yet all the rich lenses are found at depth in this conductive body. They persisted. Also, consider Voisey’s Bay. All the other historical conductors in the region were barren. One need only to look at the Windfall deposit currently being developed by Osisko Mining, to remind us that mines are made, not found. The Windfall region had been worked on and off since the 1950’s. It took a new interpretation to understand how to explore.