Fire Mountain Project
The Fire Mountain Copper Gold Property is a large, 79.13 square kilometre, potential “Flagship” project with significant surface assay results, intensive veining, and impressive alteration, all indicating porphyry style mineralization. The Project is located approximately 13km south of the Rogers Creek Project within the Cascade Magmatic Arc. The receding snow and ice cover has exposed some very prospective geology that has yet to be explored. Cascade Copper will evaluate this emerging project as soon as possible.
Rogers Creek Project
The Rogers Creek Copper Gold Property is comprised of 8 contiguous mineral claims covering approximately 82.34 square kilometres. The Rogers Creek project is located within southwestern British Columbia and is being explored for porphyry and epithermal-style copper, gold, and molybdenum mineralization associated with intrusive activity that is part of the post-accretionary Tertiary age Cascade Magmatic Arc. Several very large porphyry and epithermal deposits occur within the Cascade Belt in neighbouring southeast Alaska and Washington State and in other similar aged magmatic belts around the world. This project has the potential to host large tonnage porphyry style mineralization.
The Bendor Gold Project covers 30.63 square kilometres located within the Bridge River Gold Belt, a structural north-west trending corridor of highly productive Au-Quartz vein occurrences. The Bendor Project is situated just 22km southeast of the historic and past producing Bralorne and Pioneer Mines where ~4.5 million ounces of gold was produced. Historic work at Bendor included drilling and underground development at the Bristol West and Bristol Main Shear zones. The Bendor Project has the potential to host one or more high grade quartz vein related gold deposits.
The ~2,500-hectare Centrefire Cu-Au Project is located in the Wabigoon Greenstone Belt in Northwestern Ontario, ~40 kilometers northeast of Dryden and ~35 kilometers southwest of Sioux Lookout. It has been minimally explored in the past with 10 short (<100m vertical depth) drill holes, 5 surface trenches, continuous chip sampling over multi-meter intervals and geophysics, both surface and airborne including magnetics and EM surveys. Phelps Dodge explored the area between 1968 and 1970 and discovered several stacked intervals of copper, gold, and nickel mineralization within the majority of drill holes. A Geotech airborne VTEM and magnetic survey completed in 2010 indicates 2 parallel conductors over the extent of the Project area and structural “mag-breaks” that are coincident with the known copper-gold mineralization.
The Copper Plateau Cu-Au Porphyry Project is a ~2,789 hectare high-quality project located in southern British Columbia, between Penticton and Princeton. It has seen significant surface and drilling results, holds an open-ended non-compliant historic mineral inventory, and all the right infrastructure in place to be a top tier asset. It is situated south of the former Brenda Copper Mine, which produced 177 million tonnes of ore grading 0.169% Cu and 0.043% Mo between 1970 and 19901. The project sits within the geologically favourable Quesnel Terrane which hosts Copper Mountain (1.13Bt @ 0.22% Cu, 0.09 g/t Au, and 0.64 g/t Ag Resource2) about 40km to the southwest and Teck’s Highland Valley Copper Mine (M&I 1.15Bt @ 0.28% Cu and 0.009% Mo Resource3) to the northwest.