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The Elbow Lake Property covers a gold bearing shear/fault system with approximately 8 kilometers of trend length. The property covers a package of meta-volcanic, meta-sedimentary and intrusive rocks in the Flin Flon Snow Lake greenstone belt, which is the richest greenstone left in the world on a per square-kilometre basis.

NEWS

September 25, 2015
APPOINTMENT OF
OFFICER AND DIRECTOR

January 5, 2015
WABI EXPLORATION
INC. COMPLETES
ACQUISITION OF
0.5% NSR ON
GEORGIA LAKE
AND CONWAY
PROPERTIES

January 5, 2015
WABI EXPLORATION
INC. COMPLETES
ACQUISITION OF
0.5% NSR ON
GEORGIA LAKE
AND CONWAY
PROPERTIES

December 29, 2014
WABI EXPLORATION
INC. ACQUIRES 0.5%
NSR ON GEORGIA
LAKE AND CONWAY
PROPERTIES

Wabi Corporate
Presentation

ACCESSIBILITY, CLIMATE, LOCAL RESOURCES, INFRASTRUCTURE AND PHYSIOGRAPHY

The Elbow Lake Project can be accessed from Flin Flon and Snow Lake by float plane in the summer, ski plane in the winter or helicopter. The property can also be accessed from Cranberry Portage by boat in the summer, along the lakes connected by the Grass River or by snowmobile or truck in the winter. Each winter the owners of Elbow Lake Lodge, a three-season hunting and fishing resort located less than 1kilometre from the property, construct an ice road passable by four-wheel drive vehicles.

The Elbow Lake property is located in a relatively flat area characterized by numerous low rocky ridges that rarely exceed 25 metres. The elevation varies between 310 metres and 350 metres above sea level. Small to large lakes, comprising 30-40% of the eco-region drain north-eastwards via the Churchill, Nelson and Seal river systems and they are surrounded by low-lying swamps.

This eco-region is classified as having a sub-humid high boreal eco-climate. It forms part of the continuous coniferous boreal forest that extends from north-western Ontario to Great Slave Lake in the southern Northwest Territories. The predominant vegetation consists of closed stands of black spruce and jack pine with a shrub layer of ericaceous shrubs and a ground cover of mosses and lichens. Black spruce is the predominant species. Depending on drainage, the surface material and local climate, trembling aspen, white birch, white spruce and, to a lesser extent, balsam fir occupy significant areas, especially in the eastern section. Bedrock exposures have fewer trees and are covered with lichens. Closed to open stands of stunted black spruce with ericaceous shrubs and a ground cover of sphagnum moss dominate poorly drained peat-filled depressions. Permafrost is distributed throughout the eco-region, but is only widespread in organic deposits.

In the western part of the eco-region, uplands are covered with discontinuous sandy acidic tills, whereas extensive thin clayey lacustrine deposits and locally prominent, sandy fluvioglacial uplands are common in the eastern section. Exposed bedrock occurs throughout the eco-region and is locally prominent. Dystric and Eutric Brunisols are associated with sandy uplands, whereas Gray Luvisols occur on clayey lacustrine uplands and loamy to silty fluvioglacial deposits. On level and in depressional areas, Gleysolic soils are associated with clayey sediments, whereas Mesisols and Organic Cryosols are associated with shallow to deep peat-lands. A pulpwood and dimension lumber industry operates to a limited extent in the southern part of the eco-region.

Wildlife includes barren-ground caribou, moose, black bear, lynx, wolf, beaver, muskrat,
snowshoe hare and red-backed vole. Bird species include raven, common loon, spruce grouse, bald eagle, grey jay, hawk owl and waterfowl, including ducks and geese. Trapping, hunting, fishing and tourism are the dominant uses of land in this region.

The following description of the area is taken from the Environment Canada website
(www.ec.gc.ca/soer-ree/English/Framework/Nardesc/default.cfm).

The Churchill River Upland eco-region is located along the southern edge of the Precambrian Shield in north-central Saskatchewan and Manitoba. It is marked by cool summers and very cold winters. The mean annual temperature is approximately -2.5°C. The mean summer temperature is 12.5°C and the mean winter temperature is -18.5°C. The mean annual precipitation ranges between 400 and 500 mm.

There is a 5 cabin “out-camp” with no electricity located on the property operated by Elbow Lake Lodge, a three season hunting and fishing resort. The Elbow Lake Lodge main camp is located rough 1 kilometre from the property boundary on Elbow Lake. The closest power line to the property is at Cranberry Portage, roughly 40 kilometres to the southwest. At the property, there are abundant water resources to support all exploration activities.

The closest community to the property is Cranberry Portage, which has a population of several hundred people. Flin Flon, with a population of 7,000, is a nearby provincial regional government centre and the town is a major support centre for smaller communities in north-western Manitoba such as Cranberry Portage, and is approximately 60 km to the west of the property. There is a regional hospital in Flin Flon, a newly built shopping centre, and all necessary infrastructures to support the local town.

Elbow Lake Property claims

 

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