The Monster Property
The Monster Property consists of one block of 283 mineral claims totaling a surface area of 60 km2. The property is west of the Peel Watershed Planning Region in the Dawson Mining District within the traditional territory of the Tr'ondëk Hwëch'in First Nation.
The property includes several previous claim blocks that have been intermittently explored since the 1970s. Zones of elevated copper and cobalt concentrations occur across the entire 17 km length of the property and have been identified by historical soil sampling, surface mapping, and geophysical surveys. The Monster Property mineralization is hosted within and directly adjacent to the Wernecke Breccia.
Major Iron Ore Copper Gold deposit trends have recently been recognized for cobalt endowment. The Wernecke Breccia is correlated to Olympic Dam, Ernest Henry and other IOCG deposits in Australia and offers high-tonnage potential.
Deposits occur in hydrothermal breccias like those found within the Wernecke Supergroup.
Canada is one of the largest cobalt producers in the world.
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