Loveland Project
Country Canada 
Province Ontario
Close to Timmins
Latitude / Longitude 48 N 41 / 81 W46 4200
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Loveland Project
Status Risk : Brown exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Loveland Project
Amador Gold Corp.
Owner: 100%
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Moneta Porcupine Mines Inc.announed on March 13, 2008 it had entered into an agreement with Amador Gold Corp. (“Amador”) (TSX.V: AGX) to sell 100% interests in three properties in its base metal portfolio: “Loveland”, “Fripp” and “Kamiskotia”. Und more...
Location of the Loveland Project
Loveland is 35 km. northwest of Timmins in Loveland Township and consists of two contiguous mining leases totaling 20 claim units and an additional seven staked claim units, which hosts the historical Hollinger nickel-copper occurrence
History of the Loveland Project
Timmins is one of the largest gold camps in the world having produced 68.03 million ounces of gold since 1910. It is also host to the huge Kidd Creek volcanogenic massive sulphide copper-zinc deposit (135.6 million tonnes of ore milled grading 2.31% Cu, 6.18% Zn, 0.22% Pb and 87.3 grams per tonne (g/t) silver) 25 km to the east of the Loveland property.
Geology of the Loveland Project
The area of the deposits has been mapped by provincial government geologists as felsic to intermediate intrusives with mafic to felsic volcanics to the southwest. Work by Amador's geologists suggest the rocks in the area of the mineral occurrences co more...
Data last updated on : 1/29/2009
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