The Cameron gold property is located 26 kilometres to the North of Lebel-sur-Quévillon in the north-western part of the province of Quebec and 150 kilometers to the North East of Val D’Or. The property consists of 13 claims for a total area of 731 hectares.
Geologically, the property is covered by volcano sedimentary rocks of the Abitibi Sub province. The property is strategically located near the intersection of the Cameron and Chieftain regional deformation corridors and Franquet and Wedding faults.
The last exploration work performed by SOQUEM on this property in 1998 revealed the presence of a gold-bearing rhyolite in contact with a sheared mafic unit in trench 91-13. Five samples taken in this trench returned gold values ranging from 1 to 7 g/t. The felsic horizon from this trench is believed to have a similar geochemistry as the mineralized felsic horizon at Grevet. Furthermore, 3 Induced Polarisation (IP) anomalies detected during the geophysical survey performed by SOQUEM in 1991 were not drill tested. One of these anomalies cuts trench 91-13.
Future work will consist of performing an IP survey to cover the property entirely and of mapping and sampling the 4 trenches dug in 1991. Following this work, a drilling program is planned in order to test the best IP anomalies and trench sample results obtained on the property.