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Record: MDI52L07NE00023


Mineral Record Identification
Record Name(s) Bug Lake - North - 1991, North Occurrence - 1991, Pen Property - 9999, Fletcher Lake Option - 9999
Related Record Type Simple
Related Record(s)
Record Status Occurrence
Date Created 1991-Jan-23
Date Last Modified 2022-Aug-04
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Primary Commodities: Copper

Secondary Commodities: Gold, Molybdenum


Township or Area: Rex Lake Area

Latitude: 50° 26' 52.47"    Longitude: -94° 36' 32.3"

UTM Zone: 15    Easting: 385767.384   Northing: 5589670.088    UTM Datum: NAD83

Resident Geologist District: Kenora

NTS Grid: 52L07NE

Point Location Description: Transfer

Location Method: Conversion from MDI

Exploration History

1958-63: prospecting, trenching, stripping, sampling, geological and geophysical surveys. 1964: geophysical surveys, 901 m of DD in 15 holes. 1985-88: geological, lithogeochemical and geophysical surveys. 1992-95: linecutting, geological survey, ground and airborne geophysical surveys. 795 m of DD in 4 holes.

Assessment Work on File

Assessment Work on File
Office File Number Online Assessment File Identifier Online Assessment File Directory
52L07NE H-1 52L07NE0013 52L07NE0013


Lithology Data
Rock Type Rank Composition Texture Relationship
Gneiss-Unsubdivided 1 quartz-biotite-amphibolite gneiss; garnet gneiss
Mafic Gneiss 2
Pegmatite 3


Mineralization and Alteration
Rank Mineral Name Class Economic Mineral Type Alteration Mineral Type Alteration Ranking Alteration Intensity Alteration Style

Mineralization Comments

Aug 04, 2022 (Q Unknown) - 1964: Best drill intersections assayed: 0.61% Cu over 3.5 m; 1.37% Cu over 5.4 m; 2.09% Cu over 2.3 m; and 1.44% Cu over 6.9 m. 1985-88: Grab samples assayed up to 12% Cu and chip samples assayed 1.98% Cu over 5.2 m. 1995-95: Mineralized drill sections assayed: 1.08% Cu over 9.75 m; 1.35% Cu over 5.0 m; 1.55% Cu over 4.36 m; and 1.62% Cu over 1.05 m. Lithologies included: quartz-biotite-amphibolite gneiss; garnet gneiss; mafic gneiss; and pegmatite. Sulphide minerals included chalcopyrite, pyrite, and molybdenite.

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