Since 2008, the Company has consolidated a previously fragmented historic mining camp with mineral claims covering approximately 180,000 contiguous acres in South-central British Columbia, in the historically productive Republic-Greenwood Gold District, abutting the border with the United States.
The Republic-Greenwood Gold District has historically produced an aggregate of more than 6 million ounces of gold (“Au”) prior to Grizzly’s acquisition of the Greenwood Project. The Greenwood Project also sits less than 10 kilometres (“km”) north of the Buckhorn Gold Mine, Kinross” producing gold mine in the US, which had a 1.2 million ounce (“oz”) gold resource at 16 grams/tonne of gold (“g/t Au”) at start up in 2010, and less than 50 km north of the Golden Eagle Project, having greater than two million ounce gold resource. Based on compilation, assessment, and exploration work conducted by the Company, Grizzly believes that a large portion of the Greenwood Project lands over a continuation of the same geological structures as these two mines.
The Greenwood project consists of a number of Company managed exploration projects and the Kinross Option:
- Kinross Option
- Ket 28
Please see the NI 43-101 Technical Report on the Greenwood Project, dated November 26, 2013.