The 100%-owned Cameron Lake Project is located 30km north of Lebel-Sur-Quévillon within the Québec Province of Canada. The Project, comprising of 105 map‐designated claims covering 5,699.42 hectares, is located within the Casa-Berardi Deformation Corridor of the Harricana‐Turgeon Greenstone Belt (HTGB) of the Abitibi Subprovince. The Abitibi Subprovince is renowned for its gold and volcanogenic base‐metal deposits. The mafic to felsic, volcanic and volcaniclastic rocks underlying the Project area comprise of massive, pillowed and brecciaed, tholeiitic basalt flows with local felsic and sedimentary units. Numerous gold showings exist on the property which have been subject to intermittent prospecting and exploration since the mid-twentieth century. There are four historic showings on the project that warrant further exploration, and additional targets located in highly prospective lithological and structural traps.
- Agar Showing – An extensive mineralized quartz-vein located within sheared mafic dykes, with previous drilling intersecting 6.5 g/t over 1.2m (drill hole AHD-84-3).
- Colonel Mustard Showing – A vein swarm located within a strongly sheared and silicified gabbro, with grab samples up to 22.4 g/t and a drill intersection of 6.8 g/t Au over 0.7m from 79.25m (drill hole DX-95-80).
- Cameron Beck Showing – Mineralized and silicified tuff hosting disseminated sulphides and gold-bearing quartz veins. Grab samples of sulphide-rich material returned gold grades of up to 223.6 g/t.
- Florence Showing – Historical drilling intersected a narrow, high-grade quartz vein returning 1.0m @ 30.0 g/t Au from 170m (drill hole H-1425-057) within a strongly chlorite and carbonate altered tuff.
A high-definition airborne magnetic survey was conducted across the entire project in 2020, providing detailed insight into the underlying structures controlling gold mineralization in the region. G Mining Ventures intends to explore the project in 2021 and apply modern, systematic exploration strategies to unlock the gold potential of the project.
The scientific and technical information presented in this article has been approved by James Purchase, P.Geo (OGQ 2082), Director of Geology and Resources at G Mining Services inc. Mr. Purchase is a member of the L’Ordre des Geologues du Quebec , and a “qualified person” for the purposes of National Instrument 43-101: Standards of Disclosure for Mineral Projects ("NI 43-101"). Mr. Purchase has verified the accuracy of the above statements using underlying information by reviewing historical reports and assay certificates.