The Mount Jamie Mine property is 100% owned and consists of 26 claims - 9 patented, 1 leased, and 16 staked claims. The property hosts the past producing Mount Jamie Mine which is situated on the east-west trending regional gold bearing structure known as the Pipestone Bay St Paul Deformation Zone.
The Mount Jamie Mine had historic gold production with an average grade of 13.3 grams per tonne Au (Source: MNDM). The mine workings included a 770ft deep shaft with 3200ft of lateral development on four mine levels.
The main focus of exploration has been gold zones situated in the area of the mine shaft. Several gold zones have been outlined over a 200m strike length in the area of the Mount Jamie Mine.
A second parallel structure, referred to as the North Zone, is situated 200m to the north of the mine shaft and recent geological interpretation suggests that the North Zone may be the extension of the Rowan Mine Gold System.
Good exploration potential exists to expand the Mount Jamie Mine gold zones along strike and to depth.