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CSE: HUNT

BAIE VERTE PENINSULA

THE HEART OF MINING IN NEWFOUNDLAND

Benefiting from excellent infrastructure, the Baie Verte Peninsula, including the Ming Mine under AuTECO Minerals, offers a conducive environment for mining activities. Positioned strategically amidst industry players like Maritime Resources, Gold Hunter enjoys convenient access to drill-ready sites, ensuring immediate exploration initiation and facilitating progress. Furthermore, our location provides proximity to key facilities such as Nugget Pond and Pine Cove milling facilities, streamlining potential processing operations for efficiency. Additionally, the peninsula’s access to a deep-sea port enhances logistical effectiveness for shipping both raw materials and finished products.

LEGACY OF BAIE VERTE

MING MINE:

Our project is contiguous to AuTECO’s Ming Mine. Ming Mine is a valuable reference point in understanding the geological potential of the region.

TILT COVE MINES:

Throughout their active lifespan, this mine produced an impressive 1.2 million grams of gold and 153,000 tons of copper, attesting to the area’s considerable resource potential.

NUGGET POND MINE:

This mine has yielded a remarkable 4.8 million grams of gold during its operational period, further cementing the Peninsula’s status as a rich mining region.

CONSOLIDATING THE BAIE VERTE PENINSULA

The Baie Verte Peninsula, the heart of Newfoundland’s mining sector, boasts a storied history with over 15 mines scattered across its landscape. The region’s rich resource portfolio and accessible infrastructure have consistently lured a myriad of ventures.

Our pioneering consolidation strategy not only exemplifies our innovative mindset but also showcases the unique investment potential Gold Hunter Resources offers within this lucrative mining sector.

CENTRAL
HUB​

Focusing on this district places us at Newfoundland's mining core, where central mines demonstrate strong production history.

DATA
COMMPILATION​

Gold Hunter achieved a remarkable milestone by consolidating all district data into an unprecedented single system, revealing new insights and opportunities.

UNPRECEDENTED CONSOLIDATION​

Gold Hunter Resources has achieved a pioneering consolidation of the Rambler and Ming mines, setting an industry standard.

STRATEGIC LOCATION:

Gold Hunter Projects are strategically located 40km east of the Baie Verte Line (BVL), a zone known for its complex, long-lived, and multi-phase orogenic faulting.

STRUCTURAL GEOMETRY:

The region is characterized by district-scale structural deformation, which is the primary control on orebody geometry at Rambler & Ming mines.

DISTINCT GEOLOGICAL UNITS:

Our projects target distinct rock groups. For the Rambler Project, the focus is on the Paquet Harbour group rocks, while the Tilt Cove Project targets the Snooks Arm and Cape St John Groups rocks.

GEOLOGICAL SETTING

PROSPECTS FROM DEFORMATION:

Extensive deformation marking the accretionary terranes of this region makes them prospective for Volcanogenic Massive Sulfides and secondary Orogenic Lode-Gold. This suggests potential for multi-metal mineralization, expanding the scope of exploration efforts.