The Bear Lake Project is Located in a Prolific Greenstone Belt Containing World Class Precious and Base Metal Mines.

The Schreiber-Hemlo Greenstone Belt is Canada’s most prolific mining region. Active mining and development is underway with majors such as Teck Resources Ltd, Newmont Mining Corp and Barrick Gold as well as a number of junior explorers. The Hemlo mine operated by Barrick produced over 22 million ounces of gold to date from a combination of underground and open pit mining.

The Bear Lake Project consisting of the Schreiber-Pyramid and the Little Bear Lake and Big Bear Lake projects are located in this highly prospective precious and base metal destination.

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Project Overview

Three contiguous early stage gold and base metal exploration tenements (Little Bear Lake, Bear Lake & Schreiber Pyramid) located in north-western Ontario, Canada 
69 Claim Units equivalent to 12.14km2 located in the Schreiber-Hemlo Greenstone Belt, 95 km west of Hemlo and 155 km east of Thunder Bay

The Project lies upon the Hemlo-Schreiber Greenstone Belt and is centred approximately 4km north of the town of Schreiber, 15km SE of the former Winston Lake Zinc Mine 

The Project is prospective for both lode gold and VMS style mineralisation
Historical exploration has yielded results from bulk sampling at the Schreiber Pyramid averaging 17.6g/t gold and from drilling up to 19.6% zinc  and 4.6% copper, from near surface. At Little Bear channel sampling yielded assays up to 53.7g/t gold