Sceptre Gold Project
12 claims totaling ~6,226ha acquired by staking in 2020.
125km east of La Ronge, Saskatchewan and ~32 km south of the SSR
Mining’s Seabee/Santoy gold mining operations.
Located within the Glennie Domain, where over 80 gold occurrences have been identified, the majority of which appear structurally controlled and associated with multi-stage quartz-calcite veins related to a series of greenstone belts. (Delaney, 1992)
In close proximity to the SSR Mining’s Seabee and Santoy gold mines. Seabee began mining in 1991 followed by Santoy in 2014.
The Sceptre project covers several gold and base metal showings within the north-south trending Prongua Lake Volcanic Belt.
2023 Exploration Plans
- Currently no exploration plans for 2023.
Three gold showings ~3,00m apart from north to south have been identified:
- Yak: exposed across nine trenches and is hosted by sheared gabbroic rocks. Grab samples extracted from the trenches range from 0.13 g/t Au to 6.63 g/t Au.
- Fish Dot: 4 grab samples from quartz veins assayed as high as 16.06g/t Au.
6 channel samples, each 0.5 m in length, returned 1.19 g/t Au to 7.84 g/t Au.
1 sample near the southern property boundary returned 0.74 g/t Au.
Wood Lake: A zone of silicification associated with a contact unit within the metavolcanics returned up to 3.53 g/t Au.
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