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PROJECT

WARRIOR GOLD PROPERTIES 

KLW PROPERTY 

209 claims – 13,659 ha

The KLW land package is located 10 km northwest of the town of Kirkland Lake in the heart of the Kirkland Lake gold camp which has produced in excess of 47 million ounces of gold in its 100-year history [1].  The property hosts numerous intersecting northeast and northwest trending faults and structures that cut through a variety of the volcanic-dominated Blake River Group. Felsic and mafic-ultramafic intrusive rocks are also present giving the KLW land package a variety of environments conducive to orogenic gold mineralization.  


The property has never previously been consolidated and therefore has not seen systematic exploration effort. Past works by prospectors in different areas throughout the property includes  numerous pits, shafts and other historical workings. The most recent work on the property by Warrior Gold includes the flying of a high-resolution airborne magnetics and LiDAR survey, as well as preliminary prospecting and mapping during the summer and fall of 2022. The best assay returned from this work was from a bedrock grab sample – of sheared and mineralized quartz vein - 34.7 g/t Au on the western side of the KLW property. Five additional grab samples from this area returned anomalous gold values ranging from 1.35 g/t Au to 21.6 g/t Au. 


The company will undertake a structural interpretation of the recent airborne magnetics survey with the LiDAR data and compile this with known mineral occurrences in advance of a targeting and exploration planning program for summer 2023. 

 

[1]https://www.agnicoeagle.com/English/exploration/exploration-projects/Kirkland-Lake-project/default.aspx

KLC PROPERTY 

116 claims 5,244 ha

The KLC land package is the result of the consolidation of the KLC and Arnold land packages with the addition of claims staked by Warrior Gold. The consolidated property is transected by numerous regional mineralized structures including over 12 km of the Murdoch Fault, a deep crustal scale deformation zone that is intimately related to the gold deposits in the Kirkland Lake gold camp [1]. 


Other prominent north-easttrending deformation zones (DZ) transect the claim group, namely the Misema DZ, the Mulven DZ. 


The Victoria Creek gold deposit (along theVictoria Creek DZ) lies just 250 meters south of the southern boundary of the KLC claim group and one and a half kilometres to the north and west of Agnico Eagle’s Upper Beaver deposit (1.4 Moz gold (8.0 Mt @ 5.43 g/t Au and 0.25% Cu) probable mineral reserves as of December 2020 and NI 43-101 compliant [2]).


In addition to the airborne magnetic and liDAR survey flown by Warrior Gold in the summer of 2022, sampling and mapping efforts  were concentrated along the above-mentioned faults and deformation zones. Glacial cover is thicker within large areas of the KLC, so  the   high resolution LiDAR survey was key to identifying areas of outcrop exposure. Highlights include quartz veins with tourmaline and carbonate within a strongly foliated and sericitized feldspar porphyry with 1% fine pyrite observed along the Kirkland Lake Fault. 


The company will undertake a structural interpretation of the recent airborne magnetics survey with the LiDAR data and compile this with known mineral occurrences in advance of a targeting and exploration planning program for summer 2023. 

[1]https://s23.q4cdn.com/685814098/files/doc_downloads/technical_reports/2019/2019-Macassa-NI-43-101-Amended-July-19_Final.pdf, page 22

[2]  Agnico  Eagles  Mines  Ltd.,  2020  Annual  Information  Form,  page  61  –  reported  March  26,  2021

KL BRIDGE 

49 claims – 1,481 ha


The  KL  Bridge  claim  group  was  staked  in  the  fall  of  2022  to  connect  Warrior’s KLW  and  KLC  land  packages.  This  bridge  of  claims  allows  the  company  to pass  assessment  credits  from  anywhere  work  is  completed  on  the  Company’s property  allowing  for  easier  property  administration.

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