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HWY 37

The Hwy 37 project is a 362 km2 Cu-Au porphyry-epithermal district in Northwest BC’s Golden Triangle. The project is host to two drill delineated porphyry deposits (Mary and Williams) as well as an epithermal Au-Ag deposit at Hank. These three deposits lie within a large soil anomaly and continuous gossans over a 17 x 9 km area. The district-scale project hosts Early Jurassic Texas Creek Intrusions which emplaced the Treaty Creek-KSM-Brucejack District. Both the Stewart-Cassiar Highway (37) and the Northern Transmission Line pass through the HWY 37 Project.


The 511 km2 district-scale Goldrange Project is located along the same crustal-scale fault network as the Bralorne Mine (Talisker). The project covers a significant deformation zone with highly anomalous Au-As signatures in historic rock, stream, and soil sampling. The project contains numerous zones of high-grade gold mineralization with two drill programs completed to date by Kingfisher (2021 and 2022).


The 284 km2 district-scale Ecstall Project is located at tidewater and 60km from the booming resource town of Kitimat. The project covers the majority of the highly prospective and underexplored Ecstall Greenstone Belt. Historic data compilation and a property wide VTEM survey have outlined over 40 Cu-Au VMS targets.


The 124 km2 district-scale Thibert Project straddles the crustal-scale Thibert fault for 25km. The project covers a significant deformation zone with widespread silica-fuchsite alteration, common to orogenic systems. The project is located adjacent to Highway 37 and covers a past and currently producing placer camp with historic production of ~200,000 oz Au.

With extensive experience in early stage exploration in British Columbia, Kingfisher is focused on exploring untapped district scale properties within the province. Operating in British Columbia provides a safe and predictable environment for exploration and mining.