Victoria Gold's exploration activities are focused in Yukon, a secure and pro-mining jurisdiction in northern Canada, and specifically on the Company’s 100%-owned Dublin Gulch and contiguous VBW claim blocks. The property is located in central Yukon approximately 375 kilometers north of the capital city of Whitehorse, and approximately 85 kilometers from the town of Mayo. The region has excellent infrastructure including an all-weather access road to the property, and an Impact Benefits Agreement is in place between Victoria Gold and the local First Nation of Na-cho Nyak Dun.
The Property covers an area of approximately 555 square kilometers and hosts several gold, silver, and tungsten prospects in various stages of exploration and development including the Eagle Gold deposit. The Eagle Gold Mine is expected to be the Yukon's next operating gold mine and for detailed information about the Eagle Gold Project please click here.
Victoria Gold’s exploration activities on the Dublin Gulch and VBW properties over the last three seasons have greatly advanced Olive-Shamrock, and the Near Mine Targets of Eagle West and Eagle Extension, as well as Regional Targets of Bluto, Rex-Pexo, Nugget, and Lynx and Falcon on the VBW claim block. The Potato Hills Trend mineralization model defines this intrusion-related mineralization along a general northeast-southwest trend across the Dublin Gulch Claim Block and the district. It was the application of this mineralization model that drove the definition of the Olive-Shamrock Zone and continues to be further tested throughout the property.
The map below shows the exploration targets on the Dublin Gulch claim block.
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