Overview

Property Location

Victoria's Dublin Gulch claim block is located in the Mayo Mining District approximately 80 km from Mayo and is centred on the Eagle Gold Deposit. The Olive-Shamrock Zone lies within sight of Company's proposed Eagle Gold Mine and is easily accessible by an existing road network.

Dublin Gulch Project Area
Figure 1: Location of VBW claim block, Dublin Gulch property, Eagle Gold Deposit, and Olive-Shamrock Zone.
Figure 1: Location of VBW claim block, Dublin Gulch property, Eagle Gold Deposit, and Olive-Shamrock Zone.

Figure 1: Location of VBW claim block, Dublin Gulch property, Eagle Gold Deposit, and Olive-Shamrock Zone.

Olive-Shamrock Target Deposit Type

The Olive-Shamrock Zone represents a shear-zone hosted gold exploration target genetically related to the Company's Eagle gold deposit: an intrusion-related gold system associated with Cretaceous Tombstone and Mayo suite granodiorite intrusions and structurally-controlled high-grade gold-sulphide ± silver-sulphosalt veins.

Olive-Shamrock Summary

The Olive-Shamrock Zone is located approximately 2 km from Victoria's Eagle gold deposit, is defined by a broad gold/arsenic in-soils geochemical anomaly, lies on the intrusive-sediment contact of the Potato Hills Trend (as is Eagle) and is punctuated by several historically exploited high-grade sulphide veins.

Geology and Mineralization

The Property is located in the north-central part of the Selwyn Basin, which is a fault controlled epicratonic basin. The stratigraphy of this basin is divisible into four predominantly clastic lithological units. From youngest to oldest they include, the Lower Schist, Keno Hill Quartzite, Upper Schist, and Hyland Group (formerly the Grit Unit). The Lower Schist is probably of Mesozoic age and the Upper Schist and Keno Hill Quartzite are of Paleozoic age (Devonian-Mississippian). The Hyland Group is of Proterozoic to Lower Cambrian age. These units have been juxtaposed by laterally extensive, northward-directed thrusting that occurred in early Cretaceous time (Figure 7.1).


Figure 2: Regional geology map
There are three principal thrust sheets known as the Dawson Thrust, the Tombstone Thrust, and the Robert Service Thrust. The Robert Service Thrust is proximal to the Property area and is inferred to have superimposed the Proterozoic--Cambrian age Hyland Group upon the Mississippian-age Keno Hill Quartzite.

Four phases of deformation have been documented. Only the first two resulted in the generation of penetrative structures. Thrusting during the first phase resulted in the widespread development of foliation that was subsequently deformed by gentle, regional-scale folding during the second phase of deformation. Several east-west trending, west-plunging anticlines in the Dublin Gulch area are attributed to this second deformational event.

During the mid-to-late Cretaceous period, there were three granitoid intrusion events: the Selwyn Suite (between 104 and 98 Ma), the Tombstone Suite (between 94 and 92 Ma), and the McQuesten Suite (64 Ma). The Selwyn and Tombstone intrusive events were probably synchronous with the second regional folding event. Intrusives are commonly emplaced within the Hyland Group, and less commonly within the Upper Schist.

Cretaceous-age deformation and intrusion are possibly related to north-northeast directed subduction and related arc-trench magmatism of the oceanic Farallon Plate beneath continental North America.

Numerous mineral deposits are associated with the Cretaceous-age intrusives and they are generally vein, shear, and skarn related. Gold, silver, lead, zinc and tungsten are the principal elements of economic interest. The Tombstone Suite forms part of the Tombstone Gold Belt, which is the eastern part of the Tintina Gold Province. The Tombstone Suite is the primary source of intrusion-hosted gold deposits in Yukon. The western portion of the Tintina Gold Province has been dextrally displaced approximately 450 km by the Tintina Fault and contains gold deposits that include Fort Knox, Pogo and Donlin Creek in Alaska. In Yukon, Dublin Gulch and Brewery Creek occur within the Tombstone Gold Belt.

Property Geology


Figure 3: Property geology map
The Property is located on the northern limb of the McQuesten Antiform and is underlain by Proterozoic to Lower Cambrian-age Hyland Group metasediments and the Dublin Gulch intrusion, a granodioritic stock. The stock has been dated at approximately 93 Ma, and is assigned to the Tombstone Plutonic Suite (Figure 7.2). The Olive Zone is located on the contact margin of the Granodiorite stock and the intruded hornfelsed metasediments, and The Olive mineralization is interpreted to be controlled by a NE-SW striking, steeply dipping Shear Zone sub-parallel to the main lithological contact.

OLIVE-SHAMROCK EXPLORATION

History


The Olive-Shamrock area was mined underground on a small scale from shallow shafts and adits in the early 1900's and via placer mining in creeks draining the area in the ensuing years. The Olive vein system is located near the top of Olive Gulch and consists of gold-bearing quartz-scorodite-arsenopyrite vein material. Historic exploration was successful in identifying high-grade near surface mineralization over significant widths including:

A 200 meter trench excavated and sampled in 1991 exposed a zone of quartz and quartz-arsenopyrite veins hosted in the Dublin Gulch granodiorite that averaged 1.2 g/t Au over 97.6 meters

Diamond drill hole 91-012C collared in the trench intersected 89.9m grading 1.08 g/t Au

2009 - 2012 Olive Exploration Program Summary

5 Trenches were constructed in 2009 in the Olive area and returned further positive results. Subsequent drilling by Victoria in 2010 (2,451m from 11 drillholes) verified the historically reported gold mineralization at shallow depths (DG10-384C: 20.3m grading 1.93 g/t Au [from 18.1m to 38.4m] plus 41.1m grading 0.96 g/t Au [from 49.1m to 90.2m]). 2011 saw Victoria drill 2,005m from 10 drillholes.

In 2012, Victoria conducted another diamond drill program on the Olive Zone entailing 2,996m from 11 drillholes. The most significant result from these holes was 26.50 m of 2.69 g/t Au within hole DG12-531C. Additionally, the 2012 drilling intersected multiple high grade gold intervals including 1.5 m of 5.62 g/t Au and 1.3 m of 39.2 g/t Au

Table 1 presents a summary of the 2012 Significant intersections from the 2012 diamond drill holes, Olive Zone.
Drill
Hole
From
(meters)
To
(meters)
Length
(meters)
Grade
(g/t Au)
DG12-525C 116.50 123.87 7.37 1.72
DG12-526C 179.91 187.72 7.81 1.44
DG12-526C 201.73 207.84 6.11 1.06
DG12-527C 282.50 286.80 4.30 2.11
DG12-529C 84.03 94.14 10.11 2.56
including 87.86 89.29 1.43 8.09
DG12-529C 145.80 150.36 4.56 3.28
DG12-530C 124.60 131.00 6.40 3.12
DG12-531C 146.50 173.00 26.50 2.69
including 165.40 166.70 1.30 39.20
DG12-532C 72.00 73.50 1.50 5.62
DG12-533C 63.04 64.50 1.46 8.02
DG12-533C 166.50 172.50 6.00 1.83
DG12-533C 186.90 188.50 1.60 8.48
DG12-534C 177.40 178.95 1.55 8.87
DG12-535C 178.80 180.70 1.90 6.77
DG12-535C 188.80 190.30 1.50 6.68
DG12-535C 208.00 209.20 1.20 7.97

N.B. The above widths are reported as drilled as true widths have not yet been determined, but have been estimated at two thrids downhole length.

The best surface sampling result from the 2012 program returned 189.5 g/t Au, 64.0 g/t Au and 11.5 g/t Au (all grab samples) from arsenopyrite and scorodite-arsenopyrite veins in trench OLTR-09.

Through 2012, approximately 9,000m of diamond drilling had been conducted at Olive, bolstered by approximately 1,000m of trenching.

2009 - 2012 Shamrock Exploration Program Summary

Shamrock saw underground development contemporary with, and akin to the early 1900's Olive exploitation. After that, only limited exploration of the Zone was conducted until the early 1990's when 152 metres of Reverse Circulation exploration was completed in 1992.

A more focused exploration campaign on Shamrock began in 2007 with 868 metres of diamond drilling which was followed in 2010 with 1,693 metres of diamond drilling and a further 2,480 metres of diamond drilling and 300 metres of Reverse Circulation drilling in 2011.

Three seasons of limited surface trench and resultant mapping and sampling were also conducted on Shamrock in 2006-2010 with a total of 1,795 metres of trenches completed.

Shamrock Select Drillholes Mineralized Intervals
Drillhole From
(meters)
To
(meters)
Length
(meters)
Grade
(g/t Au)
92-036R 16.76 22.86 6.10 3.75
and 67.06 73.15 6.09 1.57
92-038r 32.00 38.10 6.10 0.84
and 124.97 132.59 7.62 1.05
DG07-321C 23.77 39.01 15.24 1.11
DG07-326C 72.24 82.91 10.67 1.94
DG07-328C 158.85 166.26 7.41 4.27
DG07-329C 6.53 21.17 14.64 1.10
DG10-377C 5.80 36.30 30.50 12.03
including 5.80 18.00 12.20 27.98
DG10-386C 143.70 154.53 10.83 2.11

N.B. The above widths are reported as drilled as true widths have not yet been determined, but have been estimated at two thrids downhole length.

2014 Olive-Shamrock Exploration Program Summary

Phase 1 of the 2014 program included 3,000 m of in-fill, step-out and exploration diamond drilling complete with preliminary metallurgical testing. The latter demonstrated the Olive Zone is amenable to heap leaching and a comprehensive test program was designed and implemented in the Olive 2014 Phase II program.

Together, the Phase 1 and 2 Olive 2014 Programs culminated in:
  • 68 Diamond drill holes
    • 49 Exploration Drillholes - HQ
    • 12 Metallurgical Test holes - PQ sized
    • 7 Geotechnical Drillholes - HQ sized
  • 9,832 meters of core diamond drilling
    • 7,885m Exploration drilling
    • 920m Metallurgical drilling
    • 1,027m Geotechnical drilling
  • 882 meters of Surface Trenching
  • 6,757 drill core and trench assays
  • 18 line km Geophysics (I.P./VLF-EM)
Table 3 - Olive-Shamrock Zone 2014 Phase I and II Diamond Drill Summary Results
Hole ID From
(m)
To
(m)
Length
(m)
Gold
(g/t)
DG14-582C 11.1 26.6 15.5 2.62
including 15.8 26.6 10.8 3.62
DG14-583C 15 28.3 13.3 1.13
including 24 28.3 4.3 2.31
and 42.9 48.5 5.6 1.50
and 90.3 108.2 17.9 1.23
and 166.8 178.2 11.4 1.39
DG14-584C 60.7 130.4 69.7 2.29
including 65.5 114.9 49.4 2.91
including 85.3 114.9 29.6 3.90
DG14-585C 152.5 164.8 12.3 1.19
DG14-586C 26.8 122.9 96.1 1.22
including 33.4 58.4 25 2.19
and 107.3 122.9 15.6 2.02
DG14-587C metallurgical test hole
DG14-588C 46.2 146 99.8 1.02
including 46.2 77.7 31.5 2.19
DG14-589C metallurgical test hole
DG14-590C 36.6 131.1 94.5 0.99
including 74.4 109.7 35.3 1.67
DG14-591C metallurgical test hole
DG14-592C 15.2 47.8 32.6 0.97
DG14-593C 165.1 175.9 10.8 0.91
DG14-594C 145.1 150.2 5.1 1.38
DG14-595C 40.9 52.5 11.6 0.71
DG14-596C 30.3 41.7 11.4 0.95
DG14-597C 4.6 10.4 5.8 1.26
and 100.9 123.9 23 1.43
DG14-598C No significant values
DG14-599C 67.1 82.4 15.3 0.93
DG14-600C 3 92.6 89.6 1.18
including 42.2 84.7 42.5 2.36
DG14-601C 46.4 51.1 4.7 0.67
DG14-602C 27.13 29.04 1.91 1.57
and 48.5 51.93 3.43 1.01
and 79 101.5 22.5 1.03
DG14-603C 34.61 47.45 12.84 1.00
and 100.14 102.45 2.31 1.57
and 141.5 142.5 1 1.98
DG14-604C 25 38.22 13.22 0.97
and 63.5 66.05 2.55 1.27
and 88.5 96 7.5 1.17
and 127 131.5 4.5 0.97
and 144.5 149.12 4.62 0.99
DG14-605C No Significant Values
DG14-606C 6.5 26.56 20.06 1.10
and 43.41 48.83 5.42 0.99
and 58.55 64 5.45 1.15
and 88 91.32 3.32 0.96
and 106.22 111.5 5.28 0.80
and 177 178 1 1.50
and 204.5 208.79 4.29 1.05
DG14-607C No Significant Values
DG14-608C 9 12.05 3.05 1.45
and 29.23 33 3.77 1.64
and 42.97 47.5 4.53 2.11
and 104.74 117 12.26 1.67
and 151.29 155.3 4.01 1.17
and 168.25 178.28 10.03 1.17
DG14-609C 136 141.46 5.46 0.51
DG14-610C 61 70.62 9.62 0.47
  137.71 157.12 19.41 0.45
DG14-611C 112.5 135.35 22.85 0.68
including 133.2 135.35 2.15 5.25
DG14-612C 84.09 97.5 13.41 0.96
Including 85.25 86.5 1.25 4.98
and 123.24 136.48 13.24 0.37
and 151 175.7 24.7 0.74
including 161.5 164.5 3 4.82
DG14-613C 19.25 48.04 28.79 0.81
including 39.01 47.05 8.04 2.13
DG14-614C 97.54 103.04 5.5 1.20
and 120.37 126.24 5.87 0.74
DG14-615C 46 55.5 9.5 0.38
DG14-616C 55.55 67.9 12.35 0.73
Including 65.53 66.9 1.37 4.91
DG14-617C No Significant Values
DG14-618C 44.15 45.58 1.43 1.30
  109.4 110.3 0.9 2.10
DG14-619C No Significant Values
DG14-620C 95.52 116.02 20.5 0.91
Including 95.52 101.8 6.28 2.14
and Including 112.81 117.5 4.69 0.94
DG14-621C 6 15.05 9.05 0.47
DG14-622C 65.53 169.93 104.4 0.55
Including 106.02 148.35 42.33 0.86
Including 145.26 169.93 24.67 0.76
DG14-623C No Significant Results
DG14-624C 162.25 168.87 6.62 0.61
Including 164.13 165.7 1.57 2.46
DG14-625C 28.24 34 5.76 0.38
and 73.36 88.17 14.81 0.43
and 101.5 109.52 8.02 0.39
DG14-626C 94.5 122 27.5 0.93
Including 101.08 122 20.92 1.16
and 131 144.05 13.05 0.38
DG14-627C 88.51 96.59 8.08 0.43
Including 88.51 90.15 1.64 1.56
DG14-628C 13.86 45 31.14 1.06
Including 22.96 43.5 20.54 1.42
DG14-629C 17.68 19.64 1.96 0.89
DG14-630C 57 104 47 0.60
Including 57 69.83 12.83 1.01
DG14-631C 8.28 15.69 7.41 0.36
Including 13.76 15.69 1.93 1.12
DG14-632C 35.5 67.5 32 0.61
Including 35.5 52.8 17.3 0.87
DG14-633C 97.34 122.19 24.85 0.61
Including 120.4 122.19 1.79 5.15
and 162.86 187.82 24.96 0.51
Including 165.99 167.17 1.18 9.01
Note: Reported intersections are drilled intersections, as true widths have not yet been determined

Trenches

During the course of the Phase 2 Olive-Shamrock Zone program, 17 trenches were excavated and sampled. In total, 882m of trenching was completed and 800 trench samples collected and analyzed. These trenches represented a combination of targeted trenches across the width of the Olive-Shamrock Zone and from side cuts made available during construction of access roads.

The 2014 Olive-Shamrock Zone trenching program proved effective in defining high grade surface mineralization within the Olive shear zone and confirmed that the Olive-Shamrock Zone mineralization defined at depth extends to surface along the strike of the Olive-Shamrock Zone.

Table 4: 2014 Olive-Shamrock Zone Trenching Program Summary Results
Trench ID Trench Length
(m)
From
(m)
To
(m)
Interval Length
(m)
Gold
(g/t)
Zone
OLTR14-01 12 0 12 12 0.43 Main
OLTR14-02 9 0 9 9 0.14 Main
OLTR14-03a 7 0 7.5 7 NSV NE
OLTR14-03b 13.5 0 13.5 13.5 NSV NE
OLTR14-04 37 0 21 21 1.83 Main
and - 26.5 37 10.5 1.67 Main
OLTR14-05 72 0 72 72 1.16 Main
including - 9 33 24 3.42 Main
OLTR14-06 34 0 34 34 0.53 NE
including - 20 34 14 1.17 NE
OLTR14-07 30 0 30 30 NSV SW
OLTR14-08 21 0 21 21 NSV SW
OLTR14-09 35 1 7 6 0.38 SW
OLTR14-10 81 0 53 53 0.28 SW
OLTR14-11 34 0 34 34 NSV SW
OLTR14-12 130 0 130 130 0.49 NE
including - 96 130 34 1.77 NE
OLTR14-13 110 46 49 3 1.15 SW
OLTR14-14 61 0 61 61 NSV SW
OLTR14-15 66 0 66 66 NSV SW
OLTR14-16 79 0 12 12 1.15 Main
and - 33 51 18 0.56 Main
and - 57 65 8 0.55 Main
OLTR14-17 58 2 25 23 1.19 NE
including - 8 15 7 2.33 NE
and - 44 57 13 0.78 NE
including - 46 51 5 1.93 NE

2016 Olive-Shamrock Program
Olive zone 2016 and previous drilling and trenching
Figure 4: Olive zone 2016 and previous drilling and trenching
Figure 5: NE Olive and Shamrock 2016 and previous drilling
Figure 5: NE Olive and Shamrock 2016 and previous drilling


The 2016 Olive-Shamrock exploration program was designed to increase confidence in a potential gold resource estimate and expand the Olive-Shamrock Zone along strike and across the interpreted mineralization controlling structure. The Olive-Shamrock Zone has been tested over a strike length of 1.5 kilometres and approximately 300 metres in width, with the main focus of 2016 drilling concentrated within an area of approximately 500 metres by 300 metres, the Olive Main Zone.

Phase 1 Olive-Shamrock 2016 Program culminated in:
  • 89 Diamond drill holes
  • 12,545 meters of core diamond drilling over the following Zones:
    • Olive Zone 8,922m; 63 DDH
    • Shamrock: 2,995m; 21 DDH
    • Geophysical targets 300m; 2 DDH
    • Step-out exploration 357m, 3 DDH
  • 1,018 meters of Surface Trenching in 33 Trenches
  • 33.5 line km Geophysics - I.P./VLF-EM
Highlights from the 2016 Olive-Shamrock Drilling campaign include; 38.1m at 2.1 g/t and 11.8m at 2.7 g/t gold, 144.5m at 1.2 g/t and 73.8m at 1.6 g/t gold, 26.5m at 2.1 g/t Gold, 46m at 2.5 g/t and 47m at 1.5 g/t gold, 40m at 2.1 g/t gold and 37m at 1.9 g/t Gold and 168m at 0.92 g/t including 30m at 2.85 g/t Gold.

VIEW SECTIONS 2NE THRU 50NE (slideshow)

Table 5: 2014 Olive-Shamrock Zone Drilling Program Summary Results
Hole ID From (m) To (m) Length (m) Gold (g/t)
DG16-643C 6.1 172.2 166.1 0.8
including 6.1 65.9 59.8 1
and 120.6 161.5 41 1.1
DG16-644C 80 117.7 37.7 1
DG16-645C 21.3 26.3 4.9 1.2
and 74.7 109.2 34.5 1
and 119.4 130.3 10.9 0.7
DG16-646C 27.4 91.4 64 0.7
including 27.4 47.6 20.2 2
DG16-647C 55.6 111.9 56.3 0.4
including 73.5 83.2 9.6 1.3
DG16-648C 24.4 52.2 27.8 0.18
DG16-649C 5.5 137.2 131.7 0.32
including 5.5 16.7 11.2 1.1
and 85.7 91.1 5.4 2.7
DG16-650C 93.62 105.45 11.83 2.7
and 132.59 170.69 38.1 2.1
and 194.61 201.51 6.9 2
DG16-651C 69.4 83.7 14.3 1
and 143 150.9 7.9 0.9
 
DG16-652C No Significant Values
 
DG16-653C 19.4 120.8 101.4 0.5
including 59.4 75.8 16.4 1.2
and 91.4 107.9 16.5 1.3
including 95.8 99.7 4.6 3.8
 
DG16-654C 41.6 183.6 142 0.6
including 41.6 46.2 4.6 3
and 76.2 81.5 5.3 1.2
and 78 79.5 1.5 4.2
and 113.3 122.4 9.1 1.6
and 134.7 146.2 11.5 1.7
and 164.3 179.7 15.4 1.3
 
DG16-655C 11.3 155.8 144.5 1.2
including 11.3 17.5 6.2 5
and 42.4 86.7 44.3 1.8
including 50.9 67.4 16.5 4.2
and 111.1 129.5 18.4 1.7
and 154.8 155.8 1 8.4
 
DG16-656C 35.9 109.7 73.8 1.6
including 35.9 46.5 10.6 9.1
and 68.6 77.7 9.1 0.8
 
DG16-657C 6.6 164.6 158 0.4
including 6.6 14.4 7.8 1.2
and 69.8 81.1 11.2 1.48
and 92.4 93.7 1.3 6.2
 
DG16-658C 3.05 132.3 129.25 0.5
Including 17.2 19 1.8 4.9
and 43.1 46.2 3.1 2.6
and 106.5 119 12.5 1.5
 
DG16-659C No Significant Values
 
DG16-660C 36.1 117.3 81.2 0.5
including 64 80 16 1.6
including 77.7 80 2.3 7.8
 
DG16-661C 5.4 175.3 169.9 0.3
including 5.4 16.9 11.5 1.7
and 59.4 70.3 10.9 0.8
and 80.3 81.8 1.5 4.5
and 142.3 144.5 2.2 2.1
and 174.3 175.3 1 2.6
 
DG16-662C 19.1 41.5 22.4 1
including 32 36.9 4.9 4.2
and 86.7 140.2 53.5 0.4
including 93.3 103.4 10.1 1.1
 
DG16-663C 83 111.4 28.4 1
including 83 92.1 9.1 2.6
and 124.4 161.5 37.2 1.5
including 136.8 153.9 17.1 2.7
 
DG16-664C 38.1 68.7 30.6 0.5
including 59 68.7 9.7 1
and 99.5 123.4 23.9 0.6
including 106.7 121.9 15.2 0.7
 
DG16-665C 88.4 111.3 22.9 1.5
including 94.5 99.1 4.6 4.3
and 121.9 143.4 21.5 0.4
including 132.6 138.7 6.1 0.8
 
DG16-666C 29.6 30.8 1.2 7.5
 
DG16-667C 91.1 155.5 64.3 0.7
Including 97.5 103.6 6.1 1.5
Including 132.8 141.7 8.9 1.5
and 198.1 199.6 1.5 7.8
 
DG16-668C 40.3 53.7 13.4 1.5
including 40.3 46.9 6.6 3
 
DG16-669C 1.5 55.9 54.4 1.3
including 16.6 32 15.4 2
 
DG16-670C 33.5 70.1 36.6 0.4
including 57.5 70.1 12.6 0.8
 
DG16-671C 1.7 68.2 66.5 1.1
including 10.9 37.5 26.5 2.1
 
DG16-672C 138.7 252.8 114.1 0.6
including 162.2 177.7 15.5 2.3
 
DG16-673C 38.1 86.9 48.8 0.9
including 42.7 71.6 29 1.3
 
DG16-674C 4.6 17.2 12.6 0.9
 
DG16-675C 47 93 46 1.1
including 51.3 71.6 20.3 2.1
 
DG16-676C 27.1 84.8 57.7 0.5
including 27.1 40.8 13.7 1.4
 
DG16-677C 24 109.5 85.5 0.9
including 24 70.7 46.7 1.5
 
DG16-678C 36.6 73.2 36.6 0.9
including 37.3 58.5 21.2 1.5
 
DG16-679C No Significant Values
 
DG16-680C 27.4 73.2 45.7 2.5
including 28.8 39.6 10.9 8.2
 
DG16-681C 23.3 24 0.7 1
and 73.8 74.8 1 2.6
 
DG16-682C 116.2 184.4 68.2 0.44
including 116.2 131.1 14.8 0.62
and including 164.5 184.4 19.9 0.66
 
DG16-683C 41.9 50.4 8.5 0.8
including 41.9 43 1.1 5.9
 
DG16-684C 14.7 16.7 2 7.8
 
DG16-685C 52.6 60.1 7.5 1.3
and 92.7 184.4 91.7 0.4
including 92.7 117.6 24.9 1
 
DG16-686C 50.3 85.4 35.1 1.75
including 67.6 84 16.4 2.87
 
DG16-687C 123.2 141.8 18.6 2
including 137.4 141.8 4.4 7.32
 
DG16-688C 9.1 39.6 30.5 0.49
including 9.1 21.4 12.2 1.09
 
DG16-689C 62.5 123.4 60.9 0.67
including 61 65.4 4.4 2.06
and 79.8 95.7 15.9 1.39
 
DG16-690C 37.4 51.3 13.9 0.29
and 112.5 125.5 13 0.35
 
DG16-691C 13.3 34.2 20.9 0.72
including 18.5 30 11.5 1.19
and 123.5 143.8 20.3 0.46
including 125.7 141.2 15.5 0.57
 
DG16-692C 60.1 63.8 3.7 3.16
 
DG16-693C 39.2 45.6 6.4 0.74
 
DG16-694C 47.4 133.3 85.9 0.35
including 63.4 81.7 18.3 1.04
and including 120.6 133.3 12.7 0.32
 
DG16-695C 3.5 9.6 6.1 0.96
 
DG16-696C 78 179.6 101.6 0.3
including 155.5 167.5 12.1 1.09
 
DG16-697C 61.8 70.3 8.5 0.2
 
DG16-698C 1.7 169.2 167.5 0.92
including 10.7 40.8 30.1 2.85
and 105.5 162.8 57.3 1.01
 
DG16-699C No Significant Values
 
DG16-700C 37.9 144 106.1 0.94
including 47.2 106 58.7 1.21
and including 116.2 133.1 16.9 1.26
 
DG16-701C No Significant Values
 
DG16-702C 8.6 79.3 70.7 0.31
including 12.8 20.4 7.5 1.52
 
DG16-703C 4.9 31.1 26.2 0.31
including 22 27.1 5.1 0.96
 
DG16-704C 68.8 129.3 60.5 0.52
including 68.8 89.6 20.8 0.98
 
DG16-705C 16.6 30.5 13.9 0.3
including 16.6 18.2 1.6 1.17
 
DG16-706C 15.2 80.8 65.5 0.51
including 33.5 49.3 15.7 1.51
 
DG16-707C 22.6 184.1 161.5 0.46
including 28.9 59.9 31 1.3
and including 156 171.6 15.6 1.46
 
DG16-708C 81.6 100 18.4 0.34
and 121.5 124 2.5 0.48
and 134.8 153 18.2 0.37
including 144 153 9 0.66
and 161.5 179.3 17.8 0.64
including 161.5 167.6 6.1 1.59
 
DG16-709C 57.91 64.01 6.1 0.66
 
DG16-710C 27.1 55.7 28.5 0.98
including 48.3 55.7 7.4 1.61
and 118.3 150.9 32.6 0.28
including 118.3 122.9 4.6 1.05
 
DG16-711C 75.3 120.3 45 0.16
and 147.6 149.4 1.8 1.47
 
DG16-712C 13.7 27.1 13.4 0.31
including 21.7 27.1 5.4 0.69
 
DG16-713C 3.1 69.8 68.7 0.33
including 3.1 8.9 5.9 0.86
and 14.4 22.4 8 0.69
and 34.4 37.7 2.7 1.79
 
DG16-714C 64.1 121.6 57.5 0.82
including 93.5 121.6 28.2 1.35
 
DG16-715C 38.5 125 86.4 0.67
including 38.5 97 58.4 0.95
or 38.5 80 41.5 1.23
 
DG16-716C 7.2 22.9 15.6 0.34
and 37.7 44.2 6.6 1.22
 
DG16-717C 105.8 146.3 40.5 0.27
including 135.4 146.3 10.9 0.57
 
DG16-718C 6.1 132.6 126.5 0.76
including 31.8 129.5 97.7 0.93
or 31.8 71.5 39.7 2.09
 
DG16-719C 3.2 155.5 152.3 0.62
including 3.2 40.5 37.3 1.87
and including 68.6 88.4 19.8 0.77
 
DG16-720C 85.3 137.2 51.8 0.49
including 96 108.6 12.6 1.16
 
DG16-721C 89.7 93.6 3.9 0.18
 
DG16-722C 15.5 78.8 63.3 0.69
including 54.9 78.8 23.9 1.12
 
DG16-723C 73.9 74.8 0.9 1.27
 
DG16-724C 6.1 114.3 108.2 0.52
including 13.7 69.1 55.4 0.92
or including 13.7 31.7 17.9 1.69
 
DG16-725C 58.9 60.9 2 0.9
 
DG16-726C No Significant Values
 
DG16-727C 16.3 36.1 16.6 0.3
including 16.3 19.2 2.9 1.35
and 85.3 111.6 26.2 0.69
including 93.6 103 9.5 1.57
 
DG16-728C 81.2 96.4 15.2 0.72
including 81.2 88.7 7.45 1.2
 

Trenches


Figure 6: 2016 Olive trench map
During the course of the 2016 Olive-Shamrock Zone program, 33 trenches consisting of 1,018 meters were tested by 500 assay samples. The trench results summarized below represent a combination of targeted trenches constructed across the Olive Zone to fill in areas crucial to the Olive Resource Estimate, trenches built parallel to access trails where bedrock exposure was evident and exploration trenches testing previously undrilled areas parallel to the Olive Shear Zone.

Olive trenches once again proved effective with respect to definition of surface mineralization within the Olive shear zone and support that the mineralization defined at depth extends to surface along the strike of the Olive Zone.

Highlights from the Olive Trench campaign include OLTR-16-10; 49.0m of 1.28 g/t Au from 0 to 49.0m, OLTR-16-14; 14.0m of 9.08 g/t Au from 0 to 14m; and OLTR-16-25 with 52.0 m of 4.41 g/t Au from 0 to 52.0m.

Table 6: 2014 Olive-Shamrock Zone Trenching Program Summary Results

Trench ID From
(m)
To
(m)
Length
(m)
Gold
(g/t)
OLTR-16-04 3 13 10 0.9
         
OLTR-16-05 2 27.5 23.5 0.49
including  18.0 27.5 7.5 1.07
         
OLTR-16-09 4 11 7 0.8
         
OLTR-16-10 0 49 49 1.28
including 15 47 32 1.87
         
OLTR-16-11 4 28 19 0.31
         
OLTR-16-12 24 42 18 1.52
         
OLTR-16-14 0 14 14 9.08
including 6 14 8 15.62
         
OLTR-16-15 18 29 6 0.38
         
OLTR-16-18 0 22 22 0.42
including 16 18 2 3.87
         
OLTR-16-19 0 6 6 1.19
including 2 4 2 2.67
         
OLTR-16-20 0 68 60 0.21
including 6 14 8 1.36
         
OLTR-16-21 0 4 4 0.32
         
OLTR-16-25 0 52 52 4.41
including 36 52 16 13.52
         
OLTR-16-26 0 22 22 0.5
including 8 18 10 0.87
         
OLTR-16-28 0 112 106 0.12
including 66 86 20 0.42
         
OLTR-16-31 8 22 14 0.82

Content on this page has been reviewed and approved by Paul D. Gray, P.Geo., Victoria Gold's Qualified Person with respect to the Eagle Gold Project.