Shillington Project
Country Canada 
Province Ontario
Close to Elk lake
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Risk and valuation analysis of the Shillington Project
Status Risk : Green exploration
Country Risk : Very Low
Title(s) of the Shillington Project
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Owner: 100%
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Location of the Shillington Project
Shillington Property is located 85 kilometres south east of Timmins and approximately 24 kilometers northwest of Elk Lake, Ontario. The property is south of the Matachewan gold camp and northeast of the famed Gowganda silver camp, second only to the Cobalt area in terms of its silver production.
History of the Shillington Project
Combined ground magnetometer and VLF surveys have delineated E-W anomalies within and proximal to northwest trending structural corridors that coincide with a number of historical trenches and shafts dating back to the early 1900's.
Geology of the Shillington Project
A magnetite rich granite, or quartz rich diabase, intrusive has been discovered by surface mapping at Shillington. The intrusive intrudes the older Huronian sediments that host the copper and possible gold mineralization. This intrusive or possibly an associated syenitic phase, could host a porphyry gold-copper deposit. There is also potential for an IOCG (iron-oxide-copper-gold) deposit.
Exploration and drilling
6/29/2006Commencement of Major Exploration Program
Data last updated on : 1/9/2008
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