• 552 claims covering historic barite and magnetite showings along the Bass River magnetic linear.
  • Project covers approximately 12 kilometers of the Cobequid Fault, one of the principal structures in the CCFZ
  • Additional processing of VTEM target BR_VT05 data resolved the anomaly as a highly conductive, thick, vertical body.
  • The target is classified as a bedrock conductor that is highly prospective for massive sulphide mineralization.
  • Location of historic iron mines, with 60 years of production
  • Fault bounded mineralization that includes Fe carbonates plus Cu
  • Gravity anomaly NS-27 was interpreted by Minotaur as likely to be a large ankerite-siderite +/-chalcopyrite breccia body.
  • Recent prospecting by Cogonov staff located copper mineralization up to 0.62%.
  • A quote for an Airborne VTEM survey has been received.
  • Scheduling of survey to follow.
  • Past producing Cu-Au occurrence on the eastern end of the CCFZ. Fault bounded mineralization that includes Fe carbonates plus Cu
  • Mineralized zones occur in east trending, moderate to steeply dipping (<= 65 degrees) siderite-sulphide veins*
  • Early workings of veins encountered ore grade material up to 10 -12% Cu with 0.24 oz/t Au, 0.3 oz/t Ag and 0.1% Ni.
  • Historical intersections of >2% Cu over 3.0m have been recorded
  • Inverse modeling of the VTEM data identified 5 highly prospective targets for advanced exploration leading up to drilling.
  • 286 claims along the western end of the Cobequid Highlands. S.
  • Claims overlie gravity anomalies NS02, NS03, NS03 South, NS04, NS04 East and NS04 South. 
  • Gravity anomalies overlie and proximal to both the Cobequid and Kirkhill faults.
  • Airborne VTEM survey identified 42 individual targets, 9 of which rated as high to very high.
  • Conductivity Depth Imaging (CDI) by Minotaur in 2014 of VTEM target VT-FR-15 considers the response to be a bedrock conductor that may relate to massive sulphide mineralization. 
  • Field exploration in 2014 will include ground geophysics (Pulse EM) over VT-FR-15.
  • The Parrsboro project is comprised of 96 claims, located approximately 6 km east of Fox River.
  • The claims cover high priority gravity anomalies NS05 and NS05 South.
  • Hematite alteration (Fe Carbonate) present in the host granite.
  • Cobequid and Kirkhill faults crosscut the claimgroup. 
  • Project consists of 142 claims overlying 4 gravity high anomalies, NS13, NS13 West, NS13 East and NS14.
  • NS13, NS13 West and NS13 East are high priority targets.
  • NS13 West is a dense non magnetic body while NS13 East is a dense magnetic body. Interpreted as hematite and magnetite related respectively. 
  • Inversion modeling of NS13E gravity data suggests a dense source from near surface to 1000m below ground level.
  • VTEM anomalies along the southern boundary are associated with a regional magnetic structure (Bass River Linear) and the Cobequid fault . 
  • 161 claims covering gravity high anomalies NS27, NS27A, NS27B and NS28 West.
  • NS27A and NS27B ranked as high priority targets, both straddling the Cobequid fault and associated with Fe-bearing vein and breccia structures anomalous in both copper and gold.
  • Anomaly NS28 West straddles the Londonderry fault and is associated with the Totten Meadow Fe – barite workings.
  • Project area contains widespread veins and breccias of iron-oxide, iron-carbonate, iron-silica, barite with anomalous copper.
  • Gravity, VTEM and magnetic features to be investigated in 2014.
  • 167 claims subdivided into in 3 blocks covering a cluster of gravity high anomalies and coincident magnetic high features.
  • Low priority targets to be evaluated by a reconnaissance program later in the 2014 field season.
  • 156 claims covering the east portion of gravity anomaly NS06 and gravity anomalies NS07 and NS07 South.
  • High priority target NS07 South underlain by locally hematite altered granite.
  • Cu, Pb and Fe mineral occurrences proximal to Cobequid fault in southern portion of claim block. 
  • 73 claims located approximately 12 Km. north of the town of Debert covering gravity high NS29. 
  • Secondary processing of the VTEM data identified a weak conductive feature trending east – west  parallel to the Cobequid fault.
  • Magnetic breccia containing specular hematite occurs along the southern edge of NS29. 
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