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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

HISTORY

The property covers Proterozoic volcanic and sedimentary rocks that have been sheared and faulted. There is widespread gold mineralization in the area and a number of often high-grade occurrences exist on the property.

Gold was discovered on the property in the 1920’s. At least 5 exploration shafts and 1 adit exist on the property. There are also numerous trenches and test pits from this era. These workings appear to have exploited high-grade gold mineralization in quartz veins.

In 1962 Juma Mining & Exploration conducted a magnetometer survery over a portion of the property and followed up anomalies with 12 diamond drill holes for 792 metres of drilling. No sigificant gold mineralization was intersected.

In the 1970’s Manitoba Mineral Resources explored parts of the property for copper-zinc (Cu-Zn) rich volcanogenic massive sulfide (VMS) mineralization. Exploration consisted of geophysics and 1,013 metres of diamond drilling in 14 holes. Results were insignificant as most targets corresponded to graphite +- pyrrhotite horizons in sedimentary rocks.

In the 1980’s Homestake Mineral Development explored some of the property. Work consisted of geologic mapping, soil geochemisty, geophysics and 170 metres of diamond drilling in three holes. Highest grades encountered were 1 g Au/t over 1 metre.

 

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