SEDEX Zinc Project
SEDEX zinc-lead-silver property is located in the Omineca Mining Division, approximately 280 kilometers north-northwest of Mackenzie, BC, Canada. The Property is situated within the highly prospective Gunsteel shale formation in the world-class Kechika trough sedex zinc basin and consists of 8 mineral claims covering 3, 056 hectares (30.56 km2 ). The Property includes an active zone in the favorable Gunsteel shale formation located adjacent to and along strike with geology that hosts several zinc deposits.
The Company's claims cover part of the highly prospective Gunsteel shale formation in the regionally extensive, world-class Kechika trough SEDEX zinc basin of Northern British Columbia. The Kechika trough is geologically similar and comparable in size and economic potential to the Red Dog basin of Alaska, where Teck operates and controls the world's largest zinc/lead mine.