Wolfden Resources Corporation is a diversified junior mineral exploration company holding a balance of early to advanced-staged projects, featuring a nickel copper deposit in Manitoba, a gold/antimony deposit in southern New Brunswick and 5 historic base-metal deposits, all located near the mining town of Bathurst, northeastern New Brunswick, Canada. Manitoba is ranked #2 in Canada and #4 in the world as the most favourable jurisdiction to undertake mining and exploration (Fraser Institute Survey of Mining Companies 2014-2015). New Brunswick is ranked #4 in Canada and #21 in the world in the same survey.
Wolfden's management team consists of experienced mineral industry professionals, strongly committed to creating shareholder value through quality acquisitions, prudent exploration and ultimately, mineral resource development. Management have a proven track record in mineral discovery, exploration and finance and have been directly associated with several precious and base-metal discoveries in Canada over the last 20 years.
Wolfden's current property portfolio is:
Rice Island, Manitoba (100%-owned):
The 100% owned Rice Island nickel-copper deposit situated near the infrastructure rich, mining town of Snow Lake, Manitoba. Historical drilling by Inco Ltd. (1949-1950 and 1967) returned numerous high intercepts. For example, 2.35% Ni, 0.72% Cu over 13.72 metres, 2.39% Ni, 1.24% Cu over 10.06 metres and 1.02% Ni, 0.85% Cu over 35.57 metres.
Tetagouche Project (100%-owned):
The Tetagouche property which may hold the bedrock source of the high grade boulders (up to 20% Zn and 20oz/t Ag) found to the immediate east of the property. Also within the greater Tetagouche land package are five historical (Pb-Zn-Ag) deposits with substantial exploration upside in the Bathurst Mining Camp in New Brunswick. Of particular interest are the large Canoe Landing Lake deposit (22.8M tonnes at 1.82% Zn, 0.64% Pb, 0.56% Cu, 32.2 g/t Ag and 1.17 g/t Au) and the shallowly drilled McMaster deposit (250kT @ 0.75% Cu).
Clarence Stream Project (100%-owned):
The advanced-stage gold/antimony Clarence Stream deposit located in New Brunswick, containing a significant NI-43-101 of 500,000oz grading 6.5 g/t Au resource with excellent exploration-upside.
November 17, 2015
- WOLFDEN DRILLING CONTINUES TO CONFIRM HIGH-GRADE NICKEL & COPPER AT RICE ISLAND YIELDING 1.50% NICKEL AND 0.67% COPPER OVER 30.40 METRES
November 5, 2015
- WOLFDEN ACQUIRES THE NICKEL ISLAND OCCURRENCE, ISLAND LAKE GREENSTONE BELT, MANITOBA
October 26, 2015 - WOLFDEN DRILLING CONFIRMS HIGH-GRADE NICKEL & COPPER AT RICE ISLAND Including 1.50% Ni & 0.57% Cu across 36.2m and 3.97% Ni & 0.95% Cu across 4.6m
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