The Bart Zone is located 3.5 km west of the Barry Deposit. Gold bearing shear zones and quartz veins are hosted in mafic volcanic rocks. Limited diamond drilling has been completed at the Bart Zone with positive results including 23.8 g/t Au over 4.4 meters requiring follow up.
The Coniagas Zone is located 2 km west of the Bachelor and Moroy Deposits. Historically the Coniagas Zone produced 718,465 tonnes of 10.77% Zn, 1.0% Pb, 183 g/t Ag, 0.05% Cu. Base metal mineralization is hosted in a sequence of mafic volcanics and rhyolites with the presence of a gabbro. Very limited drilling has been conducted along the 4 km contact between the gabbro and volcanic rocks.
The Moss Zone is located along the southwest extension of Osisko’s Windfall Lake Deposit. The host rock is composed of altered tholeiitic volcanic rocks, rhyolites with felsic intrusives. Gold mineralization occurs in shear zones and in quartz veins, as well as contact mineralization associated with intrusive rocks. Drilling has been completed at the Moss Zone with high grade gold samples collected up to 102 g/t Au.
The St. Cyr Zone is hosted in the same stratigraphy as the Gladiator Deposit. The host rock is composed of highly silicified altered mafic volcanics with minor sediments and local intrusions of syenite and quartz porphyry. This gold prospect has a similar geophysical signature (IP) as the Gladiator Deposit with coincident with gold in till anomalies. An ongoing 5,000 meter drill campaign is underway.