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Horden Lake Gallery

MAP 1 - Location of Horden Lake Property, Quebec

 

In the late 1960s this area was extremely isolated with access via float plane or helicopter. Today Route 109, an all-weather road connecting Matagami to the Hydro-Québec James Bay power complex at Radisson, Quebec is approximately 10 km east of the The Horden Lake Property.

MAP 2 - Horden Lake Claim Group

The Horden Lake Project is divided into three separate groups of claims coving 5258 hectares : Horden Lake Deposit Claims (122 ha), Northeastern Claims (4673 ha), and Southwestern Claims (462 ha).

MAP 3 - Cross Section of Horden Lake Deposit

 

 

Horden Lake is a Canadian legacy mineral property, initially discovered in the 1960's by an INCO-Noranda joint venture. A prefeasibility study in the early 1980's modeled an initial open-pit mine followed by bulk mining underground.

MAP 4 - Historical Drill Hole Collar Locations at Horden Lake Deposit

18,136 meters of drilling in 73 holes from January 2008 through March 2009 resulted in a NI 43-101 Report qualifying in indicated tonnes of 8,759,200 at 0.88% Cu, 0.21% Ni, 0.15 g/t Pd, 0.15 g/t Au and 10.44 g/t Ag and inferred tonnes of 7,791,195 at 0.87% Cu and 0.25 Ni (no precious metal calculation for inferred).

MAP 5 - Geological Map of the Horden Lake Property

The Horden Lake copper deposit is a classic magmatic copper-nickel deposit with platinum group and precious metal credits. It lies within a 40 kilometer long, 1-1.5 kilometer wide layered mafic to ultra-mafic sill in a volcano-sedimentary rock sequence of Archean age.

TABLE 1 - Selected Cu and Ni Assays from the 2008 Drill Program


Downloads

Click here to view the 43-101 for the Horden Lake Project.