The OG Property group includes three properties covering prospective Mississippi valley-type carbonate- replacement zinc-silver-lead prospects in the Yukon Territory. Located in the Ogilvie Mountains, the Properties are located approximately 50 miles north of Dawson City. Of the three claim groups, the OG Property is the largest and most advanced target.
Access to the area is achieved via helicopter from the top of the world highway located 30 miles to the south, or via a winter road from the Dempster highway to the east. The Exploration season lasts from early April until late September.
The OG Project (.pdf format)

The Company has recently received an aerial magnetic survey completed by Terraquest Ltd. and a ground based Gravity Survey completed by Allan Spector & Associates. The recent work defines a wnw-trending gravity anomaly that parallels the regional gravity anomaly that demarks the major deformation/alteration zone hosting the Goldcorp Red Lake Mine and the Placer Dome Campbell Mine. This potential parallel deformation zone is crosscut by northeast trending faults as defined in the recent magnetic survey. The interpreted deformation zone consists of high-density mafic-intrusives, and mafic volcanics, bounded by granodiorites to the north, and granodiorites and mafic volcanics to the south.

The newly acquired Bullion Hills project is located within the prolific Tintina Gold Belt of Alaska, which hosts a number of large lode gold deposits including NovaGold’s Donlin Creek property. The 470 hectare property is approximately 240 kilometres by road northeast of Fairbanks, Alaska, in the historic Circle Mining District. Bullion Hills also contains geological similarities to the recent lode gold discovery by Underworld Resources (UW: TSXV on their White Gold Project of May, 2009.

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