Georgia Project

Overview

SIZE:7,936 hectares
TARGET:Precious metal (gold-silver) shear-hosted and dilational veins, intrusion related
INFRASTRUCTURE:Proximity to Stewart and Tidewater
  • Located on Portland Canal tidewater, 18 km south of Stewart;
  • Gold mining in the 1920s and 1930s produced roughly a kilogram of gold;
  • Work from the 1970s to 2010 focused almost exclusively on the old gold mine;
  • The Georgia Project comprises 4 main areas: 1.  The Georgie River area immediately east of the canal; 2. The legacy Gamebreaker tenures to the southeast; 3. The Georgie Girl anomaly to the south and: 4. The area of the old mine workings.
     

All four areas in the GR Project are intimately associated with intrusions of the metallogenic, gold-bearing Texas Creek plutonic suite. On the northeast edge of the main Georgie River area is a 7 km contact with the early Jurassic (Texas Creek) Bulldog Creek Pluton. On Colling Ridge are numerous exposures of Colling Ridge porphyry, equivalent in age to the Bulldog Creek Pluton.  Lastly, the Outram Lake porphyry and the Gamebreaker area are equivalent in Early Jurassic age to the Bulldog Creek and Colling Ridge intrusions.

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