Pringle North Gold Project

Red Lake, ON

The Pringle North property consists of 5 contiguous mining claims covering approximately 1,881 hectares. The property is 60 km north of the town of Red Lake and located 15km east of the all-weather Nungesser Road.

The Pringle North Property is situated within the prolific Uchi Subprovince, one of the most metal endowed greenstone belts in the world by square kilometre.


Like the Balmer-Confederation unconformity of the Red Lake Gold Camp and the LP Fault of the Great Bear Resources Dixie Project, the South Arm structure is a recognized third deep seated tapping seismic structure.


The area has been recommended by the MNDM Recommendations for Exploration 2020-2021 for its deep-seated structural similarities that are associated with the Red Lake Gold Camp and the Great Bear Resources Dixie Project. Age determination by Sanborn et al. (2004) dates the volcanic-sedimentary belt at 2.94Ga and assigns it to the Balmer Assemblage. This is significant as the Balmer hosts the majority of the major gold mines in the Red Lake camp.


There have been several till samples on the property in a large program conducted by Agnico Eagle in 2009 >95th percentile in anomalous gold with some >99th percentile. Very little systematic exploration has been completed on the property, however new structural insight provides excellent potential. 

The Red Lake gold district hosts several gold mines and exploration projects that sit at or near these deep-tapping seismic structures. The Company is excited for the road ahead in this unexplored and unappreciated section of the infamous Uchi Subprovince and look forward to continuing exploration efforts in the future.

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