Northwestern Ontario, Canada
The Attwood Project is located in north-western Ontario approximately 320 km north of the city of Thunder Bay and within the traditional territory of the Eabametoong First Nation. The property lies five kilometres from the all-weather Ogoki Forestry Road and is accessible by air and water.
- Project area covers high-interest “greenstone” geology with precious & base metal potential
- Numerous occurrences of sulfide mineralization indicate the potential for precious metals
- No exploration since 1970’s / less than 20 historical drill holes in project area
- Extensive untested bedrock conductors are priority targets for base metals
- Pervasive faulting and folding evident throughout the property
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Attwood comprises 1,151 mineral claim cells covering 23,262 ha. The project lies within one of the least explored parts of the Miminiska – Fort Hope greenstone belt; however, the greenstone assemblage underlying the claims includes iron formation and other high priority host rocks which have undergone folding and faulting events like those of other greenstone belts in the Superior Province. These events, when coupled with the geological units mapped on the claims, are known to be a driver of significant gold mineralization.
The comprehensive database of existing information compiled by Storm Exploration suggests that there is excellent potential for the presence of precious and base metal mineralization on the Company’s claim block.