The South Lorrain Project
The Company’s flagship is the South Lorrain Project (SLP), which is comprised of the past producing Keeley and Frontier mines, the Veinlode Silver Mines mining leases, the Montreal River extension claims and the Tooth Lake claims. The project is located within the historic South Lorrain silver camp located south of the historic Cobalt Mining Camp between Temagami and Kirkland Lake, in northeastern Ontario.
The Keeley Frontier property consists of 13 contiguous patented mining claims encompassing the historic prolific past producing Keeley and Frontier silver-cobalt mines. The Keeley and the Frontier mines combined produced over 19 million ounces silver and 3.3 million pounds of cobalt from high grade veins. read more →
The Veinlode Silver Mines claims are located directly to the west of and contiguous with the Keeley Frontier claims, connecting the Keeley Frontier with the Montreal River Extension claims further west along strike. read more →
Montreal River Extension
The Montreal River Extension claims are made up of 6 unpatented claims covering 79 claim units, for a total of approximately 1300 ha. The Montreal River claims cover the continuation of the western extension of the diabase sill, west of the Veinlode claims, and are contiguous to the Veinlode and Keeley Frontier claims. Additional information on the Montreal River Extension claims will be available soon.
The Tooth Lake claim appears to be the merging point for the three important, productive silver-bearing faults systems of the area; the Woods, the Beaver Lake, and the Wettlaufer faults, all of which appear to meet at a common small area in the northern part of the lake. There is a shaft on the east shore of the lake, known locally as the King George shaft, sunk to 272 feet with a 30 foot drift at 250 feet. The property was briefly explored by diamond drilling in 1949 and 1952 (Silver Circle Mines ltd.). Additional information on the Tooth lake claim will be available soon.