Cameron Project

Cameron Project

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Overview:

Location: 80 km SE of town of Kenora, Ontario, Canada
Area: 52,774 hectares
Metals: Gold

The Cameron Gold Project consists of a district-scale, 528 square kilometre land package encompassing the Cameron Gold Deposit, the West Cedartree deposits (including Dubenski and Dogpaw), the East Cedartree deposit, and several other highly prospective gold showings.  The Cameron Gold Deposit covers prospective areas of the Cameron Lake Shear Zone (“CLSZ”), a northwest trending shear zone which dips steeply to the northeast. The CLSZ is itself a splay from a large, regional crustal-scale structure called the Cameron-Pipestone Fault.  The mineralization at the Cameron Gold Deposit comprises a number of sub-parallel lodes which commonly occur in the upper part of the CLSZ or in the structural hanging wall to the CLSZ.  Gold mineralization mainly consists of disseminated sulphide replacements, quartz-sulphide stockwork and quartz breccia veins.

The Cameron Gold Deposit has been explored by surface and underground drilling and by underground bulk sample. Mineralization remains open at depth and along strike to the northwest with potential to expand the mineral resource in these directions.

Cameron Property Map

Project Highlights:

  • Advanced stage exploration project
  • Pit constrained (0.55 g/t Au cut-off) Measured and Indicated mineral resources of
    3.5 Mt at 2.45 g/t Au containing 274,000 ounces of gold
  • Pit constrained (0.55 g/t Au cut-off) Inferred mineral resources of
    0.035 Mt at 2.45 g/t Au containing 3,000 ounces of gold
  • Underground (2.00 g/t Au cut-off) Measured and Indicated mineral resources of
    2.0 Mt at 2.90 g/t Au containing 190,000 ounces of gold
  • Underground (2.00 g/t Au cut-off) Inferred mineral resources of
    6.5 Mt at 2.54 g/t Au containing 530,000 ounces of gold
  • Excellent infrastructure including year round road access to the property from a
    highway and powerlines within 20 km
  • Large land package with considerable exploration upside potential
Mineral Resource Classification
Open-Pit Constraint
Cut-off Au Grade (g/t)
Tonnes
Au Grade (g/t)
Contained Au (oz.)
Measured Mineral Resource
Within $1,350 open-pit shell
0.55
2,670,000
2.66
228,000
Indicated Mineral Resource
Within $1,350 open-pit shell
0.55
820,000
1.74
46,000
Measured + Indicated
 
 
3,490,000
2.45
274,000
Mineral Resource Classification
Underground Constraint
Cut-off Au Grade (g/t)
Tonnes
Au Grade (g/t)
Contained Au (oz.)
Measured Mineral Resource
Below $1,350 open-pit shell
2.00
690,000
3.09
69,000
Indicated Mineral Resource
Below $1,350 open-pit shell
2.00
1,350,000
2.80
121,000
Measured + Indicated
 
 
2,040,000
2.90
190,000
Total Measured + Indicated
 
 
5,530,000
2.61
464,000
 
Mineral Resource Classification
Open-Pit Constraint
Cut-off Au Grade (g/t)
Tonnes
Au Grade (g/t)
Contained Au (oz.)
Inferred Mineral Resource
Within $1,350 open-pit shell
0.55
35,000
2.45
3,000
Mineral Resource Classification
Underground Constraint
Cut-off Au Grade (g/t)
Tonnes
Au Grade (g/t)
Contained Au (oz.)
Inferred Mineral Resource
Below $1,350 open-pit shell
2.00
6,500,000
2.54
530,000
Total Inferred
 
 
6,535,000
2.54
533,000

Notes:

  1. Based on the technical report titled “Technical Report on the Cameron Gold Deposit, Ontario, Canada”, dated effective January 17, 2017, which is available at www.sedar.com under First Mining’s SEDAR profile.
  2. The mineral resource estimate is classified as Measured, Indicated and Inferred mineral resources.
  3. 2014 CIM Definition Standards were followed for classification of mineral resources.
  4. The mineral resource has been estimated using a gold price of US$1,350/oz.
  5. The mineral resource was estimated using a block model. Three dimensional wireframes were generated using geological information. The ordinary kriging estimation method was used to interpolate grades into blocks. Blocks were sub-blocked to more accurately reflect the volume of the wireframes.
  6. Mineral resources that are not mineral reserves do not have demonstrated economic viability. There is currently insufficient exploration to define these Inferred mineral resources as Indicated or Measured mineral resources and it is uncertain if further exploration will result in upgrading them to an Indicated or Measured mineral resource category.
  7. Numbers may not add due to rounding.

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