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Indy Project

Advancing Exploration in a New and Accessible Canadian Mineral Belt

High-grade Sedex-type mineralization was discovered in 2018 by geochemical prospecting and drilling:

Extensive new targets were acquired and defined between 2019 and 2021.  The 2021 exploration program defined new, very large zinc and silver/gold targets.

With 10 km of untested base and precious metal targets, a fully-funded $1.4 million exploration and drill program is planned for 2022.

Easy Access – Excellent Infrastructure

The project is located 90 km southeast of the city of Prince George, the major hub for transportation and heavy industry in central British Columbia.  Indy is about a 1.5-hour drive from Prince George.

The project is accessed via 70 km of forestry road from the Yellowhead Highway (Hwy 16).  It is located 85 km from the intercontinental Canadian National Railway (CNR), servicing the Port of Prince Rupert and connecting to the Port of Vancouver, and 35 km from hydro-electric transmission lines.

Location map

District Scale Tenure

Mineral claims extend over a continuous 30 km (200 km2) trend comprised of unexplored mineral showings and large soil geochemistry anomalies within rocks with a known affinity for hosting large base and precious metal deposits.

South32 (ASX, LSE, JSE), a global mining and metal producer, independently staked 200 km2 of mineral claims northwest of Indy in late 2021.

District Tenure map

10 Km of Drill Targets

Extensive soil geochemistry surveys, mapping and prospecting programs completed in 2019 and 2021 identified a Main Trend with an aggregate length of 10 km of distinctive geochemical anomalies and untested drill targets.

High quality base and precious metal drill targets identified over the Main Trend include:

Base Metals Targets

Precious Metals Targets

Indy Project 2022 Targets

Discovery Drilling at B-9 Zone

The first drill program (1,271m – 11 holes) by InZinc in 2018 discovered strong mineralization at less than 60 m depth over a 250 m long area at soil geochemistry Anomaly B.  Nine of the 11 holes intersected shallow mineralization.  Named the B-9 Zone, the mineralization remains open for expansion in all directions.

The first drill program (1,271m – 11 holes) by InZinc in 2018 discovered strong mineralization at less than 60 m depth over a 250 m long area at soil geochemistry Anomaly B.  Nine of the 11 holes intersected shallow mineralization.  Named the B-9 Zone, the mineralization remains open for expansion in all directions.

Highlighted drill results at B-9 Zone from 2018 include:

IB18-009:   12.33% Zn, 2.98% Pb, 24.5 g/t Ag over 6.29m (50m below surface)
IB18-008:   5.76% Zn, 0.60% Pb, 4.0 g/t Ag over 6.73m (57m below surface)
IB18-002:   4.49% Zn, 1.13% Pb, 7.32 g/t Ag over 4.28m (27m below surface)
  and 2.24% Zn, 0.83% Pb, 5.23 g/t Ag over 5.38m (33m below surface)
  and 3.50% Zn, 0.66% Pb, 4.59 g/t Ag over 4.57m (37m below surface)
IB18-003:   9.26% Zn, 2.43% Pb, 17.98 g/t Ag over 3.05m (23m below surface)
IB18-006:   3.88% Zn, 1.34% Pb, 8.90 g/t Ag over 3.99m (29m below surface)

Note: True widths are unknown. The intersections in IB18-002 are separated by lost core/no recovery.

IB-06 at 64.74m Banded Sulphides in Shales

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