Hubble Copper-Gold Project
The 100% owned, 248 square kilometre Hubble project is located 35 kilometres northeast of the Blackwater gold deposit.
About This Project
A helicopter-borne magnetic and electromagnetic geophysical survey undertaken in 2011 identified epithermal gold-silver and gold-copper porphyry-type targets. Follow-up, ground-based Induced Polarization (IP) geophysical surveys outlined a significant chargeability anomaly of approximately three square kilometres. Analytical results received from a 700 metre diamond drill program encountered broad intervals of pyrite-bearing lithologies, but no economic mineralization. A drill permit application has been submitted to the BC government to test this highly prospective drill ready target.
Exploration activities are ongoing at Hubble with helicopter-borne, magnetic and electromagnetic geophysical surveying over new mineral claims which have been added to the property. In addition, field crews will carry out geological mapping and soil and rock geochemical sampling over select areas within the property.
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