- Newfoundland properties situated strongly with 100% ownership across 374 claims covering 7,750 hectares.
- Properties on three regional structural trends, including Valentine.
- Nova Scotia property 100% ownership in 24 claims on one licence covering 388.56 hectares.
- Important linear trends include, Valentine Lake Structural Trend and Rogerson Lake Structural Corridor (Caledonia Brook), Day Cove Thrust (Little River), secondary splays off the Topsail Fault and Mine Hill Shear Zone (Manuels).
- Basin fill and growth faults (Highfield).
- Structural model with secondary fault splays (Caledonia Brook, Little River).
- The Crippleback Lake Intrusive Suite hosting the Caledonia Brook property had an identical radiometric age as the Valentine Lake Intrusive Suite further south along trend.
- Epithermal, low sulphidation mineralization (Manuels) spatially associate with North America’s largest pyrophyllite mine.
- Mississippi Valley Type mineralization (Highfield in NS) in similar stratigraphic position as the Gays River Zn-Pb mine.
- Large angular quartz boulders with up to 13.8 g/t Au.
- Visible Gold in narrow quartz vein in bedrock.