Large property portfolio in the prolific Klondike placer gold mining district with over 20 million placer gold ounces discovered since 1896 and remains underexplored for 'hard rock' gold mineralization.
Largest mineral quartz claim holder in the White Gold District with 17,500+ claims covering over 350,000 hectares/850,000 acres.
The Company's property portfolio includes existing mineral resources of 1.14 Moz gold Indicated at 2.28 g/t Au and 0.402 Moz gold Inferred at 1.39 g/t Au at the Company's flagship Golden Saddle and Arc deposits, as well as 0.267 Moz gold Inferred at 1.62 g/t Au at the VG Deposit which is located 11km north of the Golden Saddle and Arc.
Significant undeveloped discoveries in the District include Western Copper and Gold Corporation's (TSX: WRN, NYSE: WRN) Casino deposit with Measured and Indicated Resources of 14.5 Moz gold & 7.6 Blbs copper and Inferred Resources of 6.6 Moz gold and 3.3 Blb copper and Newmont Corporation's (TSX: NGT, NYSE: NEM) Coffee deposit with Measured and Indicated Resources of 2.14 Moz gold at 1.20 g/t Au and Inferred Resources of 0.23 Moz at 1.07 g/t Au.
Project generator with a robust pipeline of numerous early-stage and discovery-stage exploration projects with favourable underlying geology and potential to host multiple mineral deposit types including orogenic gold, intrusion-related gold, epithermal gold-silver, and porphyry copper-gold (molybdenum).
Experienced management and technical team with over 100 years of combined experience in mineral exploration, including major discoveries in the White Gold District.
Strategic partners include well respected major Canadian gold mining companies Agnico Eagle Mines Limited (TSX: AEM, NYSE: AEM) and Kinross Gold Corporation (TSX: K, NYSE: KGC), with each owning approximately 19.7% and 15.8% respectively of the Company.
Yukon is a stable Canadian jurisdiction that is supportive of mineral exploration and mining and is ranked as a top 10 global jurisdiction in terms of mineral potential and investment attractiveness according to the Fraser Institute.
The Yukon Resource Gateway Project, a jointly funded infrastructure project between the federal government ($248 million), Yukon government ($112 million) and the mining industry ($109 million) will see upgrades to 650km of existing resource roads in the Dawson and Nahanni ranges. These upgrades will provide reliable access to mineral-rich areas like the White Gold District, significantly enhancing the prospects of future mine development.