The Irving / Leland Property
New Gold Prospect Even Closer to Seabee
Irving / Leland PROPERTY
The latest addition to SKRR’s portfolio of prospective gold properties in Saskatchewan. Irving Lake is an early stage property that has exhibited gold mineralization on several of its claims (according to previous historical exploration)
- This is a 6,457 hectare land package comprised of ten mineral claims
- Irving Lake is located ~120 kilometers NE of La Ronge, Saskatchewan
- But it’s a mere 20 kilometers south of the Seabee and Santoy Gold Mines (owned by SSR Mining)
- SKRR has an option to acquire a 100% interest in the Property
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The Irving / Leland package includes prospective parts of the Pine Lake greenstone belt, which itself is part of the Glennie Domain. The Pine Lake greenstone belt is characterized by a major crustal shear system that transects the Trans Hudson Corridor. This includes gold mineralized quartz veins that are similar to orehosting structures at the Seabee Gold Operations.
- Rock samples up to 57 g/t gold (Leland Lake).
- “Historic assays” and surface sampling up to 3.2 g/t gold (Duck Lake and Robinson Lake).
- A drilling intercept of 5.5% copper, 1.9% zinc, and 0.31 g/t gold over 0.5 meters.