East Sullivan Project
Past-producing base metal mine, which has become a gold prospect. Project retained following the sale of Sulliden Gold to Rio Alto in 2014.
- 21 contiguous claims equal to 334 hectares in the Abitibi region of Quebec, Canada
- Property located 2 km north of Cadillac Break, a major gold bearing fault Zone in the district
- Underground base metal mine operated on the property from 1949-1966
- 1950s: gold-bearing zone discovered about 900 m from the mine shaft
- 1980s: drilling conducted on the gold target (98 holes, 11,500 m)
- Total of 180 drill holes (22,768 m) define a high-grade gold zone
- Gold zone remains open - potential larger deposit
- Potential for an economic and technically feasible mining operation
- Compile and index all historical geological data related to the gold zone
- Drilling: Confirm gold zone with larger core in a denser array, and define size
- Technical study: Mineral resource estimate & mine operation potential
The information related to the East Sullivan Project, as well as all other technical information contained on this website was reviewed and approved by Sulliden’s Senior Geologist, Stéphane Amireault, P.Eng., who is a Qualified Person within the meaning of National Instrument 43-101.