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Thibert Project

The 12,475 Ha Thibert Project straddles the crustal-scale Thibert Fault for 25km which is thought to be the source for a significant placer gold camp that dates back to the 1870s.

The project is located along the boundary of the Cache Creek and Quesnel Terranes and encompasses broad areas of silica-carbonate-fuchsite alteration and regionally anomalous orogenic gold pathfinders (Au-As-Sb-Hg) in stream sediment sampling.

About Thibert

Location & Infrastructure

The Thibert Project is located ~40 km north of the resource and mining town of Dease Lake and covers 25km strike length along the Thibert Fault which is believed to be responsible for significant placer production of ~200,000 oz Au since the early 1870’s.

The project is located adjacent to Highway 37 and has a pre-existing placer road network throughout the tenure.

The area receives moderate precipitation with a working season of May to October. 

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