Chachi Corridor

Drill Ready for 2021 Exploration Campaign
Multi Element System Spanning > 5 kilometers
Endowed in Cu, Ag, Au, Ni, Co, Pb and Zn
Multiple systems at play such as Alkalic Porphyry, Epithermal, potential IOCG, and Skarn
Synectic Intrusions Dated to Galore Creek in Age
True Grassroots Discovery in 2019

The Chachi Central Zone (CSZ) displays a strong chargeability anomaly outcropping at surface where samples return  >1% Cu and >50 g/t Ag. These rocks are highly silicified by stockwork quartz veining with the main source of copper and silver mineralization coming from disseminated tetrahedrite and tennantite. They often display pseudobreccia textures and have faint copper-oxide staining on surface.

Induced Polarization Data in 3D

The 3D IP data shows the anomaly increasing in size at depth. This is encouraging as it could indicate a potential source for the surface mineralization. This deeper anomaly could be a large intrusion driving mineralization above.

The 3D can also display the correlation with the outcropping IP anomaly and the high-grade Cu-Ag samples on surface