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West Nunutak in the foreground and
Seabridge Gold’s KSM-Iron Cap in the background

  • Treaty Creek
  • Treaty Creek
  • Treaty Creek
  • Treaty Creek
  • Treaty Creek
  • Treaty Creek
  • Treaty Creek
  • Treaty Creek
  • Treaty Creek
  • Treaty Creek

Note: There are eight sections to Treaty Creek in the blue menu above

  • Potential to host world class gold / copper deposits
  • Located in British Columbia’s prolific “Golden Triangle”.
  • Tudor Gold (operator) believes that exploration of the Copper Belle zone up to the end of 2017 has indicated the potential for 1.8 to 1.9 million ounces of gold contained within 45 - 50 million tonnes grading 1.12 to 1.35 g/t gold.  The 2018 drill program is designed to significantly increase the known extent of the mineralized area at Copper Belle to work towards preparation of a maiden mineral resource. 
  • Covers the northern half of the Sulphurets Hydrothermal System which contains 215m oz gold, 1.2 bn oz silver, 55bn lbs. copper in resources all categories included in the southern half. In proven & probable reserves those numbers are 47m oz gold, 214m oz silver, and 10bn lbs copper. New resources are being added and current resources are being converted over to reserves.
  • Immediately adjacent to, and in the same hydrothermal system as Seabridge Gold’s KSM Project (largest undeveloped gold deposit in the world by reserves) and Pretivm’s high-grade Brucejack mine (poured first gold in June 2017).
  • Recently completed geophysical (MT) survey indicates extensive gold / copper zone continues across Seabridge boundary for 7 km through the heart of Treaty Creek property. The projected extension is shown on the map below.
  • Similar geophysical, geological, and structural signatures as the southern half. The entire system is connected at depth with indications that the northern half has similar scale and potential.
  • A maiden resource calculation expected in the fall of 2018.
  • Discovery of both gold porphyry and VMS deposits on the property.
  • Joint Venture partner with Tudor Gold (operator) whose president, Walter Storm, was an integral part of Osisko’s development and sale of its Malartic mine ($4.5 billion).
  • Seabridge Gold requires twin tunnels running through the Treaty Creek property in order for their KSM project to go into production. These proposed tunnels are slated to run directly through the most mineralized zones of Treaty Creek, including where the maiden resource calculation drilling is currently being conducted. Seabridge will need to cooperate with the Treaty Creek project operators with respect to the proposed tunnels.
  • Treaty Creek is a joint ventured project.       Tudor Gold is the operator of the project. American Creek Resources has a 20% fully carried interest in the project until a production notice is given. That means Tudor Gold carries the full costs of exploration and American Creek is not obliged to dilute or contribute any money towards the project until such time.

 

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