Lac La Hache Copper Gold Project

GWR Resources Inc. is focused on exploration for copper and gold deposits within the Quesnel Trough in British Columbia, the largest copper-gold porphyry trend in Canada.


About This Project

Wholy owned by GWR Resources Inc., the 18,275 hectare (70.5 square mile) Lac La Hache Property covers multiple drilled prospects including the Aurizon Gold-Silver-Copper Zone, the Spout Magnetite-Copper Deposit, the Berkey Porphyry Prospect, and numerous other significant mineral occurrences. Collectively, these deposits, prospects and showings indicate the presence of a large, alkalic porphyry-copper system, similar to several other mines and deposits.

The Property is located between producing mines at Imperial Metals' Mt. Polley and New Gold's New Afton projects within a very well-established mining region known as the Quesnel Trough (the largest gold-copper trend in Canada).

Located only 14 kilometres from Highway 97 and the town of Lac La Hache, the Property enjoys ideal infrastructure: close proximity to gas, power, rail, accommodation, food, supplies, workforce, year-round access, internal road network, and gentle terrain. GWR’s 6,420 square foot office/industrial facility is situated on a 2.3 acre fenced yard, providing a world-class drill core-logging and core storage facility.

GWR Resources Inc. is focused primarily on exploration and development of the high grade Aurizon Gold-Silver-Copper zone, where a recent 2015 drill hole intersected 5 metres assaying 11.67 grams per tonne gold, 7.92 grams per tonne silver and 1.54 percent copper. In addition, a new outcrop discovery in 2015, the Berkey Porphyry Prospect, provides new evidence supporting the presence of undiscovered porphyry-copper mineralization. In 2010 through 2012, GWR concentrated effort on detailed drilling of the Spout Magnetite-Copper Zone to define a 43-101 compliant Resource.

 

 

More Information Online

For more information on this project, visit:
http://www.gwrresources.com/projects/lac-la-hache

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