The Dalhousie project is an ortho-magmatic Ni-Cu-Co-PGE project located within the mafic-ultramafic package of the Bell River complex. It is located on the north-central margin of the Abitibi orogenic belt in proximity to the Matagami mining camp.
Ni-Cu-Co-PGE mineralization is associated with series of outcropping pyroxenites. Sulphide mineralisation is present at surface across the project in large rusty patches, many of which remain untested through drilling.
Limited historical drilling, up until the late 1980s focused on poorly constrained geophysical anomalies, yet successfully intercepted mineralization near conductive features. A property-wide time domain electromagnetic survey, completed in 2007, identified multiple conductive features coincident with surface mineralization, these targets remain untested. Historical chip channel samples collected above the untested conductive features graded up to 3.79% Cu, 0.9% Ni, and 0.28% Co6.
*Results are historical, and the QP of the Company has not verified the validity of the data or seen the historical drill core. Results are reported as described in historic technical reports and notes.
6 Rioux, L. 2015. Compilation Propriété Dalhousie. Internal Report.