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  • DIAMOND DRILL CORE LOG-SUMMARY SHEET

    Project: Godfrey Township ProjectDate: October 28 to Nov l, Nov 9-12, 1999Logged by: Robert CalhounDrilling Co: Colbert Drilling

    DDH: EFG99-1

    Claim Number. P758767

    SURVEYS: Acid Test

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    COLLAR LOCATION: L1300SE/250NE

    TIMMINS COORDINATES GRID COORDINATES

    Northing: Easting Elevation: 0.0 TD: 231.0 meters

    DRILLING DATESStarted: Oct 28-Nov l, Nov 9, 1999 Finished: November 12, 1999

    250NE 1300SE

    42A05NE2029 2.19961 GODFREY 010

  • Project: Godfrey Township ProjectDate: October 28 - November l, November 9-12, 1999Logged By: R. Calhoun

    DIAMOND DRILL SUMMARY LOG

    DDH: EFG99-1

    GEOLOGIC SUMMARY

    FROM TO DESCRIPTION INTERVAL SIGNIFICANT ASSAY AVERAGES

    (m)

    0.05.110.512.317.724.232.869.877.2

    80.790.4102.0145.21680192.2194.6201.0223.3231.0

    (m)

    5.110.512.317.724.232.869.877.280.7

    90.4102.0145.2168.0192.2194.6201.0223.3231.0

    OverburdenMafic Intrusive - Diabase DykeContact Zone - Mafic Volcanic9Intermediate to Felsic TuffMafic Volcanic?Rhyolitic Tuff- porphyriticRhyolitic Lapilli to Block TuffRhyolite Lapilli TuffRhyolite Tuff- Fragmented Fault Zone

    Rhyolitic Lapilli to Block TuffRhyoliteRhyolitic Lapilli TuffRhyolitic Porphyritic Tuff-minor LapilliRhyolitic Quartz Porphyritic TuffCherty TuffRhyolitic TuffRhyoliteDiabase DykeEnd of Hole

    From (m)

    77.211189.3

    To (m)

    11178.790.0

    Width (m)

    0.51.00.7

    Cu ppm

    1661122

    Zn ppm

    12000898012400

    Pb ppm

    1533

    339

    Ag g/t

    0.40.51.5

    Au ppb

    10nil2

    l COMMENTS Drilling was restarted November 9,1999 at 102.0 meters.

  • Diamond Drill Log

    Property: Godfrey Township

    Location: L1300SE/250NE (old Falconbridge grid)

    Azimuth: 0450

    Dip: -45"

    Hole Number: EFG99-1 Claim Number: P758767

    Final Depth: 231.0 meters Logged By: Robert Calhoun

    Dates Drilled: Oct 28 - Nov 1. Nov9-12. 1999 Drilled By: Colbert Drilling

    Dates Logged: Oct 29-Nov 2, Nov 10-13, 1999 Signati

    AssaysFrom

    0

    5.1

    105

    12.3

    17.7

    To

    51

    10.5

    12.3

    17.7

    24.2

    Description

    Overburden

    Mafic Intrusive-Diabase Dyke-medium grained, medium green to grey green, diabasictexture. Unit is magnetic variably decreasing to nil at thelower contact. Magnetite is visible 1-3"7o. Unit has palegreen saussuritized feldpar clots to porphyroblasts to 1cm,sub rounded.

    Contact Zone-possible silicified Mafic Volcanic-fine grained, medium to dark grey green, siliceousfractured with quartz carbonate fillings. Minor pyritesulfides.

    Intermediate to Felsic Tuff-medium grained, medium grey to grey green, massive inappearance. Unit has a quartz and quartz feldspar matrixwith free quartz as dark phenocrysts locally visible. Unit issiliceous, hard. Minor white quartz with pink feldsparveinlets at 600-300 to core axis.

    Mafic Volcanic (?)-fine grained, dark grey to grey green. The unit isamygduloidal to vesicular with quartz, feldspar and locallycarbonate filling the amygdules to vesicules. Unit issilicified, hard, minor sulfides. Quartz veinlets are mainly

    Sample #

    From To Length (meter)

    Cu ppm

    Zn ppm

    Pbppm

    Ag g/ton

    Au ppb

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  • Diamond Drill Log Hole # EFG99-1

    AssaFrom

    24.2

    32.8

    69.8

    To

    32.8

    69.8

    77.2

    Description

    white ^cm. Amygdules and veining locally make up40"7o of the core.

    Rhyolitic Tuff-porphyritic-medium grained, light to medium grey with abundant,rusty orange patches. The texture varies form granularsandy to siliceous glassy. Phenocrysts of whitefeldspar as lathes to 3mm narrow and quartz as darkgrey

  • Diamond Drill Log Hole# EFG99-1

    AssaysFrom

    77.2

    80.7

    90.4

    To

    80.7

    90.4

    102.0

    Description

    is increasingly sericitic wrth sulfide content increasingcorrespondingly (see below)

    74.0-77.2-pyrrhotite becomes the dominantsulfide as S-8% fine disseminations, clusters andpossible fragments. Chalcopyrite noted with somepyrrhotite but it is minor. Pyrite is minor constituent.

    Rhyolite Tuff-Fragmented Fault Zone-fine to medium grained, light green to cream colourbleached highly broken to crushed with 20cm zone ofautobreccia cemented with sphalerite. Sphalerite alsooccurs as fracture fillings, as fine veinlets anddisseminations especially between 77.2 and 78.7.Below the unit is highly broken and has 1 5-20cmmassive pyrite at 79.4 approximately. Minor sphaleritenoted in pyrite zone. Lower contact based on end ofbleaching. Unit has black streaks to local smallnodules of undetermined mineralogy. Streaks are soft,grey streak may be some carbonate? or other alterationmineral.

    Rhyolitic Lapilli to block Tuff-fine grained, medium grey rhyolitic tuff with minordisseminated sulfides hosting lapilli to blocks of lightercoloured grey to sericitic green, and cream browncolour. Locally there are multiple smaller fragments ina chloritic matrix i.e. 85.7 meters. One 20cm block at89.3 to 90.0 contains two cm band of massivepyrrhotite and 8 to 10"Xo sphalerite as disseminatedgrains and small discontinuous veinlets in a weaklysericitic matrix.

    Rhyolite-fine grained, to medium grained, medium to dark greyto blackish, hosting grains to possible phenocrysts offeldspar and ghost like grey quartz (?) less than 1mm insize. The unit may be a crystal tuff especially in theupper 6m. Unit is generally massive, siliceous. Smallareas ^m are weakly sericitic. Small band of blackhard argillitic material in layer ^mm wide occurs at91.9 with second layer at 92.1. This unit may in part be

    Sample #

    235122351323514

    23515235162351723518

    235322354123519

    From

    74.075.076.0

    77.277.778.779.7

    80.788.789.3

    To

    75.076.077.2

    77.778.779.780.7

    82.289.390.0

    Length (meter)

    1.01.01.2

    0.51.01.01.0

    1.50.60.7

    Cu ppm

    343123

    16616811

    107

    122

    Zn ppm

    29179200

    12000898027102380

    442634

    12400

    Pb ppm

    2310

    153318013

    253

    339

    Agg/ton

    0.10.10.1

    0.40.51.60.1

    0.20.11.5

    Au ppb

    nil5nil

    10nil45nil

    nil32

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  • Diamond Drill Log Hole# EFG99-1

    AssaFrom

    102.0

    145.2

    To

    102.0

    145.2

    168.0

    Description

    sedimentary. Unit has multiple fracture angles andminor small quartz veins.

    End of Hole

    Drilling was restarted Nov 9, 1999

    Rhyolitic Lapilli Tuff-minor block tuff sections, fine grained, medium to darkgrey, grey green siliceous locally, has quartz eyes darkgrey to blackish throughout but locally more abundant.Lapilli are generally lighter grey in colour, blocks arelight grey, siliceous to vuggy similar to mineralized zoneabove. Sulfides are minor pyrite as disseminated finegrains, locally occurring in clusters pyrite asdisseminated fine grains, locally occurring in clusters.

    102.0-103. 6-grainy, light green tuff, sandyappearance

    122. 0-124, 2-abundant lapilli light greyappearance is like a conglomerate. There are possiblespherules at upper contact coalesced

    124.2-124. 8-black fine grained, weakly laminatedfine ash tuff, contacts are eroded, gradational

    1 28.7-1 30.8-medium grey to beige tinged,silicified, glassy in appearance, bleached at uppercontact. Multiple quartz veins to 2cm at 100 , 300 , 580to core axis, 5-100Xo of section. There are also bluequartz eyes in this section.

    130.8-1 32. 9-beige to beige green, possiblysericitic, silicified, hard, contains nodules of calcite invery fine grained to cherty matrix.

    Rhyolitic Porphyritic Tuff - Minor Lapilli-fine grained, medium grey to increasingly green greywith increased sericite content. The unit is light greenwith a grey overcast over 2-3m intervals. One highlysiliceous section 153.5-156.0 is silica and sericite.Quartz eyes occur as sub rounded to sub angularphenocrysts, dark grey to blackish, locally having abluish tinge. The quartz eyes are up to 2mm in size butare generally *:1mm making 5-100Xo of the core. The

    Sample #

    From To Length (meter)

    Cuppm

    ysZn

    ppmPb

    ppmAg

    g/tonAu ppb

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  • Diamond Drill Log Hole# EFG99-1

    AssaysFrom

    168.0

    192.2

    194.6

    201.0

    To

    192.2

    194.6

    201.0

    223.3

    Description

    abundance is however variable and can exceed IS"/*.Carbonate bubbles, vesicules occur randomly but doappear more abundant in "beds"? Carbonates can alsooccur as elongated wisps to 2mm x 0.5mm. These areminor quartz veins to 4cm wide at 700 to core axis,locally with minor bleaching on the edges. Lapilli in thissection are minor and are siliceous, light grey wherenoted.

    Rhyolitic Quartz Porphyritic Tuff-this unit is as above but is dark grey to grey green,darker than above. Sericite content is less, morerestricted. The unit develops a faint foliation towardsthe bottom at 580 to core axis with sericite and/orcarbonate defining the foliation. Quartz eyes are asabove but larger eyes are locally more abundant.Quartz veining is nil to trace, narrow veinlets.

    168.0-177.5-dark grey section, very little sericite.

    Cherty Tuff-fine grained, light grey to grey purple hue to greenishto pale grey, variable colourations. The unit isessentially silica with some feldspar grains as whitishgrains to 2mm. The section is broken, fractured.Upper contact is at 580 to core axis, minor contortionsand lower contact is broken.

    Rhyolitic Tuff-fine to medium grained, medium grey with a granularappearance. Visible grains are mainly silica butfeldspar grains were noted. Although grainy inappearance the unit is massive with no discerniblefoliations.

    Rhyolite-fine grained, medium grey to light grey, hard, becomesincreasingly siliceous towards following unit. This unitis locally quartz porphyritic, has feldspar grains tophenocrysts over short sections ^Ocm. Unit isfractured to locally broken. Quartz carbonate veining is

    Sample #

    From To Length (meter)

    Cuppm

    Znppm

    Pb ppm

    Ag g/ton

    Au ppb

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  • Diamond Drill Log Hole# EFG99-1

    AssaFrom

    223.3

    To

    231.0

    231.0

    Description

    minor to ^% as veinlets *:1cm grey to 2cm and white.

    Diabase Dyke-fine grained chilled contact zone to 225.2, mediumgrained after. Unit is dark grey green to blackish. Unitis magnetic weakly at upper contact increasing downsection to strongly magnetic. Diabase is broken tominor crushing, small epidote veinlets.

    End of Hole

    Acid Test

    231.0 -42"

    Sample #

    From To Length (meter)

    Cu Ppm

    ysZn

    pprnPb

    ppmAg

    g/tonAu ppb

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  • DIAMOND DRILL CORE LOG-SUMMARY SHEET

    Project: Godfrey Township ProjectDate: November 2-8, 1999Logged by: Robert CalhounDrilling Co: Colbert Drilling

    DDH: EFG99-2

    Claim Number: P758767

    SURVEYS:

    Setup:Depth

    OO 156

    Azimuth 0450 045 0

    -650-600

    COLLAR LOCATION LI300SE/250NE

    TIMMINS COORDINATES GRID COORDINATES

    Northing: Easting Elevation: 00 TD: 156.0 meters

    DRILLING DATESStarted: November 2, 1999 Finished: Novembers, 1999

    250NE 1300SE

    42A05NE2029 2.19961 GODFREY 020

  • Project: Godfrey Township Project Date: November 2, 1999 Logged By: R Calhoun

    DIAMOND DRILL SUMMARY LOG

    DDH: EFG99-2

    GEOLOGIC SUMMARY

    FROM TO DESCRIPTION INTERVAL SIGNIFICANT ASSAY AVERAGES

    (m)

    0.04.916.823.031.863.672.082.5111.2115.4

    118.6118.8120.3133.4156.0

    (m)

    4.916.823.031 863.672.082.5111.2115.4118.6

    118.8120.3133.4156.0

    OverburdenDiabaseFelsic TuffMafic VolcanicRhyolitic Lapilli to Block TuffRhyolite-spheruliticRhyolitic Lapilli TuffRhyolitic Lapilli to Block TuffRhyolite TuffRhyolite Tuff

    Massive SulfidesRhyolite TuffRhyolite TuffRhyolite lapilli Tuff

    From (m)

    81.5

    115.5117.01186

    To (m)

    82.5

    117.0118.6118.2

    Width (m)

    1.0

    1.5160.2

    Cuppm

    96

    4130162

    Zn ppm

    889

    84245376

    Pb ppm

    13

    95

    60

    Ag g/t

    0.3

    0.20.22.9

    Au ppb

    nil

    3nil10

    l COMMENTS

  • Diamond Drill Log

    Property: Godfrey Township

    Location: L1300SE/250NE

    Azimuth: Grid North 45"

    Dip: -650

    Hole Number: EFG99-2

    Final Depth: 156.0 meters

    Dates Drilled: Nov2-8.1999

    Dates Logged: Nov3-8.1999

    Claim Number: P758767

    Logged By: Robert Calhoun

    Drilled By: Colbert Drilling

    Signatured

    AssaysFrom

    0

    4.9

    16.8

    23.0

    TO

    4.9

    16.8

    23.0

    31.8

    Description

    Overburden

    Diabase-medium to coarse grained, medium to dark green grey,white feldspar rich matrix, laths and epidote green whitishfeldspar porphyroblasts to 1cm. Unit is massive only minorquartz veining, multiple fractures 30/45/70". Contact area14.5-16.8 finer grained. Lower contact broken but appearsto be at 360 to core axis.

    Felsic Tuff-fine to medium grained, medium grey to grey green,siliceous, hard. Unit has quartz eyes blackish to 2mm,local feldspar grains to phenocrysls . There are multiplequartz veinlets with pink feldspar at 450 to core axis.Locally the rock unit is bleached between pairs of theseveins. Contact, upper is baked, fine grained with abundantcarbonate veining, random.

    Mafic Volcanic-fine grained, medium to dark grey green, amygduloidal toporphyroblastic with amygdules exceeding 0.5cm in upperpart of unit. Mafic is siliceous to silicified. Someamygdules are quartz and/or feldspar filled. Upper contacthas narrow mafic dyke which has baked the contactcoalescing the amygdules and causing a spider web

    Sample #

    From To Length (meter)

    Cu ppm

    Zn ppm

    Pb ppm

    Ag g/ton

    Au ppb

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  • Diamond Drill Log Hole n EFG99-2

    AssaFrom

    31.8

    63.6

    72.0

    To

    63.6

    72.0

    82.5

    Description

    fracture pattern. Amygdules are small ^mm below25.5. There is local pyrite as nodules anddisseminations as at 23.8-24. 1m. No base metalsnoted. Lower contact 480 to core axis.

    Felsic Volcanic-Rhyolitic Lapilli to Block Tuff-fine to medium grained, medium grey matrix hostinglapilli to blocks of generally lighter grey usuallyporphyritic rhyolite. These lapilli to blocks areoccasionally mineralized as at 36.1, S-10% pyrrhotite,

  • Diamond Drill Log Hole # EFG99-2

    AssaysFrom

    82.5

    111.2

    115.4

    118.6

    118.8

    TO

    111.2

    115.4

    118.6

    118.8

    120.3

    Description

    small clusters with minor chalcopyrite. Sulfides are10%-t- The sulfides appear to align on a foliation at 400to core axis.

    Rhyolitic Lapilli to Block Tuff-fine grained, chloritic, variable colour from dark greygreen near upper contact to pale green (sericitic) from91 .4 to 94.0, to increasingly dark grey green towardsend of section. The lapilli and especially the blocks aredominantly light grey, fine grained, possibly chertyrhyolite, crackle textured with quartz and/or carbonate.

    91.4-94 0-pale to light green grey possiblesericitic, with 30 "/o quartz veining, dominated by onelarge vein 91. 9-92. 5m, other veins are ^cm wide.Large vein has minor pyrite.

    Rhyolite Tuff-fine grained, light to medium grey, medium hardweakly sericitic, minor quartz veining. Unit contains -sl-2Vo pyrrhotite as disseminated clusters and grains. Nobase metals noted.

    Rhyolite Tuff-fine grained, light green grey bleached, altered,probable sericite. The feldspars in this section aresaussauritized. The unit is quite broken locally and isvuggy. The unit has ID-15% sulfides as pyrrhotitedominant to 1 16.3 and mainly pyrite to 1 18.6. Sulfidesoccur as fracture filling veinlets and as probablefragments weakly stretched locally but generallyangular. The unit can be conductive over 4-6" in asingle piece of core although the sulfides aredisseminated.

    Massive Sulfides-fine grained pyrite intermixed with silicified blackargillite in the first 12cm and 8cm of pyrrhotite.

    Rhyolite Tuff-fine grained, brownish green due to alteration includingsericite. Unit is medium hard, weakly siliceous.

    Sample #

    23521

    23522

    2352323524

    23525

    From

    91.4

    114.1

    115.5117.0

    118.6

    To

    92.5

    115.5

    117.0118.6

    118.8

    Length (meter)

    1.1

    1.4

    1.51.6

    0.2

    Cu ppm

    14

    31

    4130

    162

    Zn ppm

    145

    190

    842453

    76

    Pbppm

    26

    3

    95

    60

    Ag g/ton

    0.1

    0.2

    0.20.2

    2.9

    Au ppb

    nil

    nil

    3nil

    10

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  • Diamond Drill Log Hole # EFG99-2

    AssaysFrom

    120.3

    133.4

    To

    133.4

    156.0

    156.0

    Description

    Rhyolite Tuff-fine grained, medium to dark grey, hard, local feldsparphenocrysts or grains. Moderately fractured,quartz/carbonate filled. Unit is massive in appearance.

    Rhyolite Lapilli Tuff-fine grained, medium to dark grey to dark grey green,quartz porphyritic tuff. Textures are variable frommassive, porphyritic to locally weakly foliated. Quartzeyes are dark grey to black -s 1mm in size generally.They are abundant making up ID-15% of the unitlocally. Feldspars to 1-2mm are randomly distributed,but appear to form in layers to 2m in width. The unitmay in part be chloritic (dark green colouration). Thelapilli are mainly fine grained, medium grey. They arerandom but can occur as multiple lapilli over ^Ocm asat 142.1m. There may be larger lapilli to blocks butthey are not obvious and may be of the same unit type.

    End of Hole

    Sample #

    From To Length (meter)

    Cu ppm

    Zn ppm

    Pb ppm

    Ag g/ton

    Au ppb

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  • 12/21/99 TUB 12:25 FAX 2673121

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    Jome or the credits claimed in this declaration may be cut back. Please check (/) in the boxes below lo show how you wish tojrioritize the deletion of credits:8 1. Credits are to be cut back from the Bank first, followed by option 2 or 3 or 4 as indicated.l 2. Credits are to be cut back starting wilh the claims listed last, working backwards; or

    3 3. Credits are to be cut back equally over all claims listed in this declaration; or

    3 4. Credits are to be cut back as prioritized on the attached appendix or as follows (describe

    Vote: If you have not indicated how your credits are to be deleted, credits will be cut back from the Bank first, followed by option number 2 if necessary. _________________

    :or Office Us^e Only_________________.teceived Stamp Deemed Apptowd Data

    MeApprand

    Dale Notification Sent

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    fend MinosStatement of Costs for Assessment Credit

    Personal information collected on this term is obtained under We aumoriiy of suosaclion 6(1) of 104 AtMssmtm Woik RMulauon 6iM m. secbon B of lha Mming Act, iht information * a pt*!* record. TO. informal** wil M uud to ravin, Ir* au.ccm.nl *o* and cocoas3.78 :K^^^^ M - ch- Mwn9 *

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    K Work lilod within two years of performance is claimed al lUU^/o or mo above Total Value ol Absesarriont Wo i ?. II woiK iu Mud .ilH/r two years and up to live years after performance, it can only be claimed al SOS-o ol me "i

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    Note:- Work older than S years is not eligible for credit.- A recorded holder may be required to verify expenditures claimed in this statement request lor verification and/or correction/clarification. If verification and/or correction/cl, Minister may reject all or part of the assessment work submitted.^^^^^^^^

    Certification verifying costs:

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    (pluH print tut rama) wrreasonabry be determined and the costs were incurred white conducting assessment work on the lands indicated on

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    DEC 21 1999/*-

    PORCUPINE MINING DIVISIONJ /3*t'*

  • OntarioMinistry of Ministere duNorthern Development Developpement du Nordand Mines et des MinesGeoscience Assessment Office 933 Ramsey Lake Road

    January 26, 2000 6th FloorSudbury, Ontario

    FALCONBRIDGE LIMITED P3E 6B5SUITE 1200, 95 WELLINGTON STREET WESTTORONTO, ONTARIO Telephone: (888) 415-9845M5J-2V4 Fax: (877)670-1555

    Visit our website at: www.gov.on.ca/MNDM/MINES/LANDS/mlsmnpge.htm

    Dear Sir or Madam: Submission Number: 2.19961

    Status Subject: Transaction Number(s): W9960.00479 Approval

    We have reviewed your Assessment Work submission with the above noted Transaction Number(s). The attached summary page(s) indicate the results of the review. WE RECOMMEND YOU READ THIS SUMMARY FOR THE DETAILS PERTAINING TO YOUR ASSESSMENT WORK.

    If the status for a transaction is a 45 Day Notice, the summary will outline the reasons for the notice, and any steps you can take to remedy deficiencies. The 90-day deemed approval provision, subsection 6(7) of the Assessment Work Regulation, will no longer be in effect for assessment work which has received a 45 Day Notice. Allowable changes to your credit distribution can be made by contacting the Geoscience Assessment Office within this 45 Day period, otherwise assessment credit will be cut back and distributed as outlined in Section #6 of the Declaration of Assessment work form.

    Please note any revisions must be submitted in DUPLICATE to the Geoscience Assessment Office, by the response date on the summary.

    If you have any questions regarding this correspondence, please contact STEVE BENETEAU by e-mail at steve.beneteau@ndm.gov.on.ea or by telephone at (705) 670-5855.

    Yours sincerely,

    ORIGINAL SIGNED BYBlair KiteSupervisor, Geoscience Assessment OfficeMining Lands Section

    Correspondence ID: 14521

    Copy for: Assessment Library

  • Work Report Assessment Results

    Submission Number: 2.19961

    Date Correspondence Sent: January 26, 2000 Assessor:STEVE BENETEAU

    Transaction Number

    W9960.00479

    Section:16 Drilling PDRILL

    First Claim Number

    758767

    Township(s) l Area(s)

    GODFREY

    Status

    Approval

    Approval Date

    January 18, 2000

    Correspondence to:

    Resident Geologist South Porcupine, ON

    Assessment Files Library Sudbury, ON

    Recorded Holder(s) and/or Agent(s):

    Lionel BonhommeTIMMINS, ONTARIO, CANADA

    FALCONBRIDGE LIMITED TORONTO, ONTARIO

    Page: 1

    Correspondence ID: 14521

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