The McNeil Gold Property – Ontario, Canada


The McNeil Property comprises a land package totaling over 27,000 acres within McNeil, Robertson and Cleaver Townships in the Larder Lake Mining Division.  Known as the McNeil, McNeil North, Night Hawk and East Night Hawk claim blocks, these properties provide an outstanding opportunity for the discovery of one or more economic gold deposits.

The McNeil property is located within the Abitibi Greenstone belt, approximately 50 Kilometers southeast of Timmins, Ontario and approximately 60 kilometers west of Kirkland Lake, Ontario.

The Abitibi Greenstone belt is host to North America’s largest gold producing districts along with the famous Porcupine-Destor fault zone. The Porcupine Mining District (Timmins), which has produced in excess of 64 million ounces of gold from such famous producers as the Hollinger Mine, McIntyre Mine, Pamour Mine and Canada’s longest continuously producing gold mine with nearly 100 years continuous production, the Dome Mine. The Kirkland Lake area, known as the Larder Lake Mining District, has produced in excess of 24 million ounces of gold with such famous producers as the Wright-Hargreaves Mine, the Lakeshore Mine and the Macassa Gold Mine. Combined these two districts have produced over 80% of Canada’s total gold production to date.

43-101 Report – McNeil Project [download]

Exploration work to date on the McNeil Gold Property has identified the following
main target areas: